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. be on the safe side. battling a deadly disease, they'll be in the bronx testing samples from cooling towers in hopes of preventing legionnaires outbreak. looks like a scene from a movie, a masked man robs a laundromat. "cbs this morning" starts right now. this is cbs2 news this morning. good morning it is 6:00 on this saturday, august 8th i'm andrea grimes. today's top stories are straight ahead. but we have a look at the forecast, we've had a pretty
good streak so far vanessa. truthfly this summer has been phenomenal. we've had a couple hot days, today we talk about another weekend with nearly perfect summer weather, low humidity, temperatures right where they should be, a whole lot of sunshine yet again. this forecast, i think, just another winner, let's take a look shall we? where we're standing right now, 64 in the hamptons, and the vortex satellite and radar picture skies mostly clear and we expect them to stay that way for essentially the duration on your saturday, yes, a few more clouds as we roll into the afternoon. 9 a.m. 73, feel like 73 by 3:00, 84 will be our high, mostly sunny feeling like 84. 6:00, 82 mainly clear, by 9:00 this evening 76 degrees with a few clouds out there. certainly a great way to start your weekend with low humidity
and sunshine coming up we'll talk your beach and mountain forecast if you plan to hit the beach, it is going to be i think a very busy day along the coast. andrea and diane back to you. to the legionnaires outbreak in the bronx, the health department traced the deadlybacteria to cooling towers now the disease is found in the suburbs. joining us from lincoln hospital with more. >> reporter: the issue has since been resolved. but the state isn't taking any chances today teams from the health department are going to be here in the south bronx, they are going to go to a number of locations testing cooling towers just to find out how widespread this issue could be because there is now another scare. this time in rockland county. >> reporter: the facility in orangeburg shut down abruptly
on friday morning after an employee was diagnosed with legionnaires' disease, expert showed up with face masks to investigate. and destroyed the bacteria that caused the potentially deadly pneumonia. people have some serious concerns. >> definitely. it's scary. this neighborhood, it is all little kids. so it is scary. >> because only sparse details surround this case in rockland county it is unclear how or where the worker was exposed. >> do you want more answers definitely. >> it is the first case outside of the south bronx, the victims, older adults. but the disease affected 101 people. health officials say five cooling towers that supply air- conditioning within 10 blocks of each other tested positive for the bacteria. he believes he contracted
legionnaires from the lincoln hospital. he plans to sue new york city for $10 million. >> we think we think the hospital breached its duty to adequately check the environmental systems for legionella. the state is taking action hoping to stop this outbreak. >> we're starting a massive testing effort in that immediate vicinity where we will actually have a coordinated testing program where we will send people out to test these cooling towers to determine if they are a source of the bacteria or not. >> the health department says you cannot get legionnaires from person to person contact. people have gotten it in cooling towers. thank you.
we're following developing news in mali where 12 people killed and four hostages freed after a stand off. this happened in central mali over night. saying five malian soldiers a u.n. contractor and three hotel members are among the dead. three jihadis were also killed, saying the hotel was a popular location for staff. and james holmes will spend the rest of his days behind bars, 12 jurors failed to unanimously agree for the death penalty, a prove that surprised the courtroom. he left 12 people dead, 70 others wounded in a theater three years ago, the life sentence is not sitting well with families of the victims. >> that's not justice. he is living, he is breathing and our loved ones are gone. >> prosecutors argued that the former neuro science graduate planning the masker.
new this morning, police say two young girls were abandon in a casino parking lot while their parents were inside gamble. happened before midnight at the resort casino in queens. they noticed the girls without their parents. the girls ages 6 and 8 were taken to the hospital for observation, the parents two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. the search is underway in the bronx after this robbery at a rite aide store. investigators say he cut a security guard with a box cutter on tuesday after the guard tried to stop him from leaving the store. the guard says the suspect made off with nearly 2 dozen boxes of condons. the guard is expected to be okay. this one in a bronx laundromat. an employee says she was
cleaning the washing machines when the masked man demanded cash. she says he took off with $250, police say he left in a gray jeep liberty. in our next half hour, we speak to the terrified woman behind that counter. police are investigating the death of a newborn in queens. sources say the child was thrown from a bathroom window cbs 2 tracy has more. >> oh my god, that's horrible. that's just terrible. >> reporter: b residents of this apartment building at 115th street and myrtle avenue, horrified by the gruesome discovery. police say the 3 week old infant boy was found dead in a courtyard. >> i saw blood everywhere. >> the neighbor says she heard a noise and saw the infant's lifeless body. >> they told me to go back in there and do cpr. >> police say the infant was
thrown from the bathroom window on the fourth floor even more awful sources say the baby was alive when he fell to his death. >> sources say the infant's father and mother and two other adults were in the apartment, the police question is on the parents. >> sends a chill up my spine, that's awful. >> police still haven't charged anyone in the incident sources also tell us the infant was taken to the hospital 10 days ago but it is still unclear why. police are also questioning those doctors. to a commute this morning the subway tunnel that carries the a and c lines between manhattan and brooklyn under the east river is now shut down in both directions. for superstorm sandy repairs a and c rains will run on the f line between west forth street in manhattan in brooklyn. anc trains will not make stops at high, fulton chambers and canal streets.
the ed sullivan theater has a new marquee with just a month ago the new sign for the late show was finally revealed yesterday. the iconic marquee has been under wraps. looks really nice, so weired to see not david letterman. >> i remember taking a picture of the last david letterman. 6:09. lost luggage, what to do to prevent an airline from losing yours coming up after the break. and it looks like a scene out of sea world, but in dolphin is drawing a crowd in new jersey. broadway goes hip hop audiences are going wild, hamilton, now open on the great white way. first here is vanessa with your forecast. another great weekend on tap for us, details straight ahead. a check on the community
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>> reporter: last year there were more than 24 million bags delays, lost or stolen at the hands of the airline industry. most of the bags were simply delayed according to a report from the aviation communications and technology company tracking package performance. 1 and 10 are damaged, some permanently stolen. how can you keep these from becoming the statistics? try shipping your bagsinstead, experts say it usually costs the same as checking your bags. checking in early can help. this can help prevent mistakes by gate agents who are rushing to get bags on board. track your bag on your own there are a number of gps devices that passengers can place in their bags so they can know where their bags are at all times. it may cost you $50 plus a small monthly service fee. getting your bag back is not
happening any faster either. the same study shows it takes about a day and a half to get your stuff back that's up 2.5 hours longer than in the year 2013. >> never thought about putting a gps in your luggage that's a good idea. >> or just pack really light and always travel carry on only. time now for your cbs 2 forecast, vanessa is hear. >> it is going to be a beautiful weekend, just bring the sunscreen bring your shades and enjoy what is another beautiful summer weekend it is 2015 one of the best summers in the record books we'll have to keep a close tally on this. we'll show you what's happening sun rise at 5:59 this is a stellar shot, beautiful orange glow this morning across the sun rise, 68 degrees we have clear skies and northeast winds at 8-mile per hour.
your headlines is going to be another beautiful august weekend, seasonal temperatures, low humidity, it is here to stay at least until we get into the workweek, monday and tuesday are looking more unsettled with an opportunity for showers and thunderstorms. we've got none of that in your weekend forecast. a little exception well north of the city we might see a few stray showers as we go into the day tomorrow. your temperature trend is a seasonal one, we're just kind of hanging around the low and mid-80s for the next several days if you liked yesterday, today is nearly a carbon copy of that tomorrow a carbon copy again, monday as we mentioned, gets a little bit more unsettled. looking at a storm system with showers and storms becoming a possibility. with the satellite and radar picture clear skies, high pressure to thank for that. yes, yesterday was a close call. areas of low pressure across the coast threatened to put a damp start. high pressure is place, high and dry for the entirety of the
weekend with a little exception. show you what this looks like hour by hour on our future cast model for today beautiful clear skies tons of sunshine, few more clouds as we go into the afternoon, the hint of a stray shower well to the north of the city. over night skies are mostly clear, it will be another comfortable lovely start to your sunday, then as we go into the afternoon again a few more clouds, especially north of the city, especially north of the city a very slim chance of a stray shower, i say don't change your plans just note that we could see a little tiny bit of shower activity north of the city tomorrow especially. on monday, 1:00 in the afternoon, we have a warm front, as that happens we'll become more unsettled. your beach forecast both days looks good with the exception of the risk for rip currents moderate risk both days otherwise sunny skies, upper 70s low 80s i was out at jones beach yesterday, it was perfect beach weather.
then on sunday tomorrow looks good yet again similar story staying comfortable 72 to 78 degrees. mostly sunny 79 to 83 degrees. tomorrow a stray shower possible 78 to 82. over all i think looking great this weekend today mostly sunny, seasonal, 84 winds becoming more easterly at 5 to 10 over night partly cloudy and quiet. 68, that will translate to 50s forareas north and west this morning. your forecast tomorrow, 84 with sunshine, monday into tuesday more unsettled showers and storms in the mix after that, high pressure settles back in we're talking another seasonal stretch with relatively low humidity levels and right now it looks like satellite next week, as well. >> so nice this weekend. >> thanks. sports this morning the yankees fall to the blue jays
while the mets have stretched their lead. >> here is your sports update. after living up the nickname the bombers, including last night scoring four runs combine up four and a half games on the blue jays coming in yankees have a little success against the knuckle baller, but just enough of this pitch to hit it out. it was kept in the yard after the review, though, that's his 30th homer ties it at 1. big night for nathan, continues to surpass expectations three strikeouts, allowing just one run. yankees out of the pen, andrew miller so was this ball hit by joey bats. game winner as the jays win to three and a half games 2-1 the final from the bronx. how about going to the seventh straight in tampa, and not only hit that home run but in the sixth tracked this ball like
our weather department tracks storms. rob, flores, mets found themselves 3-2. no bigy. and flores each with a pair of rbi hits. winning their seventh street,four-three the final from the field. have a great saturday. it is just cool, fantastic you combine it with the orange, the green, the white, it is a pretty looking plate. you have to select them and stir them. the brighter purple, the fresher it will be. where it is cut, free from any browning whatsoever. now cauliflower is not like white cauliflower that's all
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got emotional when reading the biography, it inspired him to write the musical of our founding father. >> brings theater to the people, makes them understand. >> attracting a young crowd, hip crowd, an excited crowd. >> it is in some sense the arc of a tragedy, but it is a beautiful life and a man who gave this country so much of the fabric and the fiber of who we are today. born here in new york is best known for creating the tony award winning musical in theheights now bridging the gap. >> i could see this 106 times, it never gets old. >> i didn't get to see it when it was downtown, i'm very excited. other celebrities who came out to support the cast include bon jovi, samuel l jackson. >> we wanted to tell a story
that was, looked like america today. >> looks so good too. can't wait to see it. >> coming up next today's top stories. another legionnaires case this time in rockland county, the state isn't taking any chances we'll tell you what the health department is doing to stop this outbreak starting today. as crowds hit the beach look out for a deadly danger under the water how you can spot the riptide risk before jumping in. this is cbs2 news saturday
morning. . did a deadly bacteria spread to the suburbs? the latest as officials take action. he just grabbed me said give me money. >> an attack at a local laundromat, the search for the man on the run. i'll be looking for saturday sunshine, today is expected to look like this. temperatures in the 80s, vanessa has your weekend forecast, cbs 2 news continues right now. live from studio 46. this is cbs 2 news this morning. good morning 6:30. almost 6:30 on this saturday, august 8th. today's top stories are straight ahead, first vanessa is here with a look at that forecast and the shot we showed the live shot outside stunning and the shot behind you as well. >> look at that. just gorgeous. going to be sunny, beautiful
today, yes more clouds this afternoon, but low humidity again, seasonal temperatures in the 80s, we're going to have to weekends it's been because i think it was last summer where we were talking about rain every weekend, but generally speaking, i think the is another winter. let's take a look at our current temperatures keeping in mind that it is comfortable out there 68 in the city, 54, 58 for chatham, and riverhead, 64 degrees. on the vortex, saturday and radar, skies are clear off the north fork of long island i would ignore that, that is likely a false return. as we look at your hour by hour forecast for today at 9 a.m. at 73 degrees with sun feeling like 73. noon, 80, mostly sunny by 3:00, 84 mostly sunny, feels 84. 82 degrees mainly clear by 9:00 tonight, few more clouds and 76. so again a beautiful beginning
to your day, seasonal in the mid-80s lots of sun, low humidity, can it last through the second half of your weekend? i'll answer that question very shortly. andrea and diane back to you. now to the legionnaires outbreak in the bronx, governor cuomo is stepping in to help fight the disease as the death tole continues to climb. the health department traced the bacteria to cooling towers but now the disease has been found in the suburbs, joining us from the hospital. >> reporter: the state isn't taking any chances, so starting today teams from the health department are going to be here in the south bronx. going to a number of locations and testing the water in those cooling towers to find out how extensive these problems could be and now there is even more concern because the disease has spread to rockland county. >> the facility in orangeburg shut down abruptly on friday morning after an employee was diagnosed with legionnaires'
disease, experts showed up with face masks to investigate, and destroyed the legionnaires bacteria. >> it is scary. this neighborhood it is all little kids, so it is scary. because only sparse details surround this one case, it is unclear how or or where the worker was exposed. >> do you want more answer fresh health officials? >> definitely. so far, it is the first case outside of the south bronx where 10 people have died the victims, older adults with health problems, but the disease also infected 101 people. health officials say five cooling towers that supply air- conditioning within 10 blocks of each other tested positive for the bacteria. 36-year-old marvin montgomery believes he contaminated he contracted it from the hospital.
he plans to sue new york city for $10 million. >> we think the hospital breached its duty to adequately check the environmental systems. the state is taking action hoping to stop this outbreak. >> we are starting a massive testing effort in that immediate vicinity where we will actually have a coordinated testing program where we will send people out to test these cooling towers to determine if they are a source of the bacteria or not. >> as we mentioned in this story, lincoln hospital did have a contaminated water tower. there is no need to panic because this disease is treatable and preventable. cbs 2 news. thank you. new this morning, police in longbeach california schott and
killed a man they say stabbed 6 people last night. one of the stabbing victims was treated and released the other five rushed to near by hospital in conditions ranging from nonserious to critical. it is not clear what led to the stabbings. back to new york police are on the search for a robbed a bronx laundromat at knife point. >> wearing a mask straight from a horror movie, this armed robber paralyzed the clerk with fear. >> i was afraid to death, scared to death like he was going to kill if i don't give money. >> you thought he was going to kill you. >> the 51-year-old said she was cleaning the washington machines thursday night, when a masked man grabbed her at gunpoint pulled her behind the counter and demanded cash. she opened the register and the man dumped the drawer into his
bag. he took off with $250. scared. >> the customers were hiding. >> yeah they were scared. she called 911 and police arrived within minutes. when we showed video of the crime to customers, they told us they weren't surprised. >> in the bronx stories aren't really knew, it is something that happens every day. >> on the streets, so scared, we want police here on the street to protect us. >> more of a police presence. >> yeah, presence. police say the suspect fled the scene in a gray jeep liberty suv. ironicically they are only a quarter of a mile away from the police precinct. reporting from the bronx. cbs 2 news. a police officer suffered a head injury and two other officers were hurt while responding to a home invasion
call also in the bronx. police got in a scuffle with two of the suspects who they say were leaving the apartment yesterday, they arrested one of them but the other got away. police also arrested the owner of the apartment on drug charges. new jersey officials are warning beach goers about rib currents after a man drowned in sandy hook. officials blamed his death on rip currents. he had disappeared wednesday night, life guards say an increased number of swimmers are getting caught in these kinds of currents, advise swimmers to look out from the shore, the water will look dirty or muddy at the surface while the water looks calm. >> you can feel it even if you're just standing in one you'll feel the water being pushed behind you and feel yourself being sucked backwards. if you do get pushed out by rib current move parallel to the shore until moved out of it. and a dolphin stuck since sunday, authorities say the
dolphin has moved into another area and will hopefully find its way out to the ocean seen. the mammal center is asking the public to view the animal from a distance. tracy has more on why it ended up in the river in the first place. >> they spent hours huddled up on this bridge, cell phones in hand hoping to catch a glimpse who has made this area home. >> if you'll watch. >> i've never seen a dolphin up close unless you count sea world in florida. this is pretty cool. >> this portion of the south river is connected to the rareriton river. >> came to visit us. a volunteer with the marine mammal stranded center believes it came here to eat. >> more than likely this has
followed some bait fish. >> saying the dolphin has been here in the fresh water since sunday, getting pretty comfortable despite being stuck in this 10 to 12-foot deep pool of water. >> a lot of bait fish are also confined to the pool, basically sitting a dolphin restaurant. >> police have cleared the bridge to secure the area, in any distress. they are hoping it swims out on its own before they have to take any further action. reporting from new jersey, cbs 2 news. happening today, dragons the festival. it kicks off at 9:00 at the park in queens, watch over 120 teams compete both today and tomorrow, also enjoy the parade, live performances and crafts and food. 6:38 no parent wants to see their child in pain.
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. a gorgeous morning out there, 6:41. 68 degrees taking a live look at the statue of liberty, vanessa says it is going to be a gorgeous day she'll have a full forecast coming in a few minutes. drivers are fed up with highway signs that are damaged or covered by over grown weeds. one delivery driver told us he wastes a lot of time because he turns. >> i don't know which way i'm going, north, south, should i take a right or a left, sometimes, you know, we don't see a left. >> the new york state department of transportation says crews are checking those signs and will clear any obstructions no word when that will happen. seattle woman suing the federal government after she says a clinic made a major mistake that resulted in her unexpectedly getting pregnant. she already had two children and said she didn't want a
third so she went to the federally-funded clinic to get a birth control injection but claims they gave her a flu shot. i asked what happened? they said you are two and a half months pregnant. you don't have to have it. you won't have to pay anything. >> did keep her daughter who is now three years old, the little girl was born with a brain malfunction that impacts her speech and motor skills, suing for medical bills and pain and suffering. there is a new warning for the fda on medicine treating ear aches, saying it can lead death. clamping down on companies that make and sell 16 different prescription drops for ear pain that were never approved by the fda. the academy of pediatrics recommends treating ear pain medicine. netflix decided to extend
parental leave for employees. cbs reports on how the new policy could be a game changer in the corporate world. >> this teacher says she was only allowed eight weeks off after the birth of both of her children. she and many parents were stunned to find out netflix is offering their employees paid parental leave for an entire year. >> they say it is a way they feel they can maintain good employees then you want to go back to work you feel good working at a place that actually cares about you. >> most moms we spoke with took about three months off of work to be at home with their newborn, dads didn't take anytime off at all. >> when my wife gave birth i only got two days. >> the company is allowing both new moms and dads to take off as much time as they want for the first year after their child's birth or adoption. >> that's great. >> are they hiring? >> they would be good if both parents get that time. >> expert says the reality is
very few companies can afford such a flexible leave policy. but it could influence change. >> smaller companies that can't afford to be as generous will find other ways so maybe you have four weeks maternity leave now, gee, a lightbulb will go off and might increase that to eight or 12 weeks. >> saying netflix could make more changes for nonparents who might find the policy unfair. >> i'd love to see an extension to caring for elderly parents and that's a fair and equitable way to consider those who may not have children or need leave. >> netflix says they want them to not worry about work or finances. cbs 2 news. nice perk, right? time is 6:45. let's head over to vanessa murdock. >> all right the forecast
looking wonderful for the weekend, really very little in the way of things you need to worry about but we'll talk about a couple of things that you need to know before you go to the beach. but first let's check in with our weather watchers they are providing wonderful information about the fact hey it is a beautiful morning out there 62 degrees says lynn brown bloomfield new jersey, doesn't feel sticky, it is comfortable this morning with sunshine, lynn left us a comment says my plants are begging me for rain, please, looks like the best chance of showers and thunderstorms rolls in monday into tuesday the weekend for most of us looking totally dry and beautiful take a look at this live picture. live outside for you right now, continuing to enjoy this perfect sun rise, clear skies and 68 we have northeast winds at 8 miles per hour.
a look ahead, another beautiful weekend on tap for us bright skies, low humidity, seasonal temperatures in the low and mid-80s. a stray shower far north and west is possible tomorrow but it is not something worth changing your plans over, and then as we get into monday and tuesday the forecast does turn unsettled for us, something to keep in mind as we get into to workweek, that's still 48 hours away. satellite and radar, skies clear over head, here is the story. if you recall earlier in the week, low pressure was threatening to bring us a little bit of a soggy start to the weekend that's not going to happen. high pressure rules out stay high and dry for the duration of the weekend with the exception of that slight chance of showers mainly north of the city tomorrow. today looking good thanks to high pressure, tomorrow it is a fine finish to your weekend well to the north though we could see a few stray showers, then as we get into monday, here is what's happening, approaching low pressure system
will first bring the warm front in, we'll see showers and that continues to make its way on through all the way into tuesday that system. so showers and storms a possibility monday through tuesday. your beach forecast looking good here is the deal water temperatures 70 degrees that would be on the south shore of long island, 78 degrees off of sandy hook. looking good tomorrow, whole time upper 70s low 80s, however, here is just what i want you to keep in mind because of those areas of low pressure off the coast we are seeing those moderate risk of rip currents. mostly sunny upper 70s low 80s tomorrow a stray shower is possible today looking like the better bet for the mountains. today, 84 degrees and mostly sunny for most of us northeast winds at 5 to 10. over night, yet again 68 in the city translate to 50s north and west, end your weekend, partly sunny and 84 tomorrow. now your extended forecast
monday into tuesday showers and storms lingering low 80s wednesday, thursday, and friday, high pressure builds back into this forecast, talking about another end to the week with humidity levels dropping off again. we'll feel humidity monday and tuesday. all right. back to you. thanks so much. well it wasn't a great day in the bronx for the yankees but the mets won their game. here is a sports update. after living up to the nickname the bombers, the yankees shut down in their last three, last night scored four runs combine four and a half games, the yankees with little success against the knuckle baller, just enough of this pitch to hit it out originally ruled it was kept in the yard, ties it at one. big night for nathan, who continues to surpass expectations, about three strikeouts of six and a
thirdinnings allowing one run. and four relievers, andrew miller, and joey bats, and the 10th. game winner, and 2-1 the final. mets, things would have been different if it weren't for this guy. in the sixth, track this ball like our weather department tracks storms, vanessa murdock on the call. found themselves down 3-2, and no biggy, michael and flores each with a pair of hits, held it down, yes! seventh heaven for the mets who win their seventh straight from the field. and that secondary taken major hits, thursday, safety antonio allen suffered an
injury, down for the year. and now 2013 cornerback, an injured tendon is his wrist. and he has missed 16 of a possible 32 games including the final 13 last season with an kenton tear. >> he has had some bad breaks, you know hopefully he can turn the corner and get this one behind him, he has a lot of mental toughness, hopefully comes back healthy. have a great saturday. a single serving for myself, it's pretty special. it is like having a dunkin' store in my home which is what i've always dreamed of. bring home delicious dunkin' k-cup packs today. your coffee, your dunkin'. so you're telling me staples will give me everything on this list at the lowest prices? we have a 110% price match guarantee for back to school.look me in the eye and tell me staples has the lowest prices. staples has the lowest prices with our price match guarantee. works for me. make 110% price match guarantee for school happen.
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we're heading to a home that you can escape the hustle and bustle. the four story dream house faces the ocean and boasts a view of the bridge. emily smith takes us inside. >> it is a home built onto a cliff on staten island. >> hi, nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. >> tell me where we are? >> one of the most beautifulplaces in staten island. porcelain heated floors, walls of windows, it is an open floor design with extremely high ceilings. >> offers a two story faulted ceiling a gas fireplace. in the kitchen notice the color. >> this is an italian kitchen. your wall oven.
easy to cook and this is the warming tray. >> up a stainless steal spiral staircase, four bedrooms. >> built in television. >> there is a terrace with breathtaking views. off of the master. this is the balcony. >> we took the elevator to the lower level. see you downstairs. >> this is like the party room. >> it is a bright room, down one more level, a 25-foot heated salt water pool. >> this is so much fun. you could enjoy swimming 12 months out of the year. another private terrace, tree-shaded for total privacy. >> not the usual staten island home.
>> how much does it cost? $4.5 million. >> that's living large. >> you get your own indoor pool. >> yeah with a water fall. >> what's coming up next on "cbs this morning" saturday. joining us live with a preview good morning. >> it is a bargain at $4.5 million. >> it is a steal. used to be snap lines to buzz, now they are turning to viral videos can clicks and likes really turn into votes? looks back at the life of marlyn brando, had hundreds of hours of private recording explaining the rise and fall into hollywood. who is turning him into a fascinating documentary. look out below we'll take you for a ride on some of the oldest roller coasters in america. >> all that plus your eye opennier and music in our saturday session ahead on "cbs this morning" saturday.
andrew is looking forward to the roller coaster segment. >> i'm petrified. >> my palms are sweating watching that. vanessa? >> i was very impressed. okay. the forecast is looking good. absolutely beautiful out there, right now this afternoon sunshine low humidity, low in mid-80s for us, 81, 84 in the city, we'll top out at 80 in monticello, and 79. >> not much to complain about there. all right thanks vanessa. this is cbs 2 news saturday morning coming up at 9:00 legionnaires' disease spreading outside of new york city, the steps being taken starting today by state health
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