tv CBS 2 News This Morning CBS August 31, 2015 4:30am-6:32am EDT
is broadcast is real time captioned by carrie o'brien. it is 4:30. 77 degrees already for this i'm chris wragge. thank you for joining us. >> and i'm mary calvi. you're watching cbs2 news this morning. 2015. morning. good morning, everyone. traffic and weather on the 2s in a moment. news. police are saying the driver of a nissan maximum lost control hitting a telephone pole and a home. the fire marshal found the house unsafe to occupy and ordered it condemned.
there is a crew on the way. happening now the nypd is looking for another escaped prisoner, the fourth this summer. >> the suspect took off from new york presbyterian hospital, cbs 2news' ilana gold is live with more. >> reporter: the woman got out of her handcuffs and walked out of the hospital. she gave them a fake name when arrested. the nypd searching for this woman, they are saying she is 23-year-old tiffany numen and been on the run since 10:00. she was arrested on larceny. on sunday she was being prepped for arraignment, and raised concerns about being pregnant and said she had bruising.
one of the officers took her to the hospital in lower manhattan. she was put in a room in gown and handcuffs. the fourth prisoner to escape from nypd this summer. three weeks ago, police searched for austin stevenson, they arrested him on a trespassing charge. and as they took him out of the police cruiser he got loose and ran away. in july, agar collins escaped from a different precinct. and a month earlier, tyreke arnold escaped. police tracked down the three men, but numen is on the run. hospital gown. if you see her, call police right away. reporting live, ilana gold, cbs
2news this morning. >> ilana, thank you. 4:32. and traffic and weather on the 2s. good morning. john. >> the heat and humidity is back and will reign this week, but not much rain. later in the week we have a better chance for rain. apair of 70s in the city with clouds overhead. the winds out of the west at 6. and showers in the atmosphere and to the south. but blocking high keeps our numbers high and dry. 92 will feel like 95. and 95 for 100 for the real- feel numbers. so pace yourself, yeah. one of those kind of weeks. get your week started on time with alex denis. thank you. we have route 202 closed in
both directions that is for construction at 5:00. 17. hundreds of cameras. this is the george washington bridge. in queens the grand central parkway is moving well. alternate sides in effect citywide. drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. well, things are back to norm at newark airport this morning after a secure scare last night. >> we have video as police moved in on a man that trigger an evacuation and major delays. >> reporter: security with guns drawn, surrounded a man face down on the ground. apassenger shot this video and posted it on youtube. another passenger, richard, took this photo and tweeted 10 t.s.a.
agents are running a male, i throw my briefcase at the man and trip him. aman snuck into terminal c through an exit. after arresting the suspect, police evacuated the area. >> we have been waiting here for at least an hour here. >> on a busy sunday night. >> i have to get to los angeles. >> frustration followed the long lines. no one was allowed to go through security. >> how long have you been waiting for. >> it felt like seven years. >> that long? >> yeah. >> an inpatient waited for his wife. >> she landed on a plane and they said they could not get a gate. so they're roaming around outside. >> reporter: marilyn won was stuck in the sky. >> we were ready to land. all of the sudden it was circling and circling. nobody knew what was going on
and the pilots air traffic control saying i can't land. >> no word on the man's identity or the charges he might be facing. police are searching for a man who sexually assaulted a man in brooklyn after midnight on saturday on walk way parkway. the woman was walking and the man drug her behind a house and sexually assaulted her. an investigation continues this morning in rutgers. on sunday might, someone was hit by something that might have been a bullet. >> someone was walking there. ah, gunfire. a.m., another person was sexually assaulted that intersection of richardson, the suspect followed a victim into the backyard. she was attacked. a man is in custody charged in a stabbing at the
port authority bus terminal. it happened yesterday morning in the men's room next to the greyhound bus terminal. 22-year-old green of jamaica is accused of stabbing a 47-year- old man. the victim had surgery. expected to recover. the man knew each other. in virginia hundreds of people came together for a memorial service to remember the news crew shot and killed live on the air last week. [ music ] the international faith service honored 24-year-old allison parker and 27-year-old adam ward. the gunman, mr. flaggon was fired two years ago. he killed himself. parker's parents will not allow their daughter to die in vein. >> she would be mad at me, if i didn't take this on. i promise you and said this time and again, these people are messing with the wrong
family. we're, we're going to effect a change and it's going to happen. >> ward's funeral is scheduled for tomorrow. parker will have a private service. wes craven died yesterday an a battle with brain cancerm known for nightmare on element street and scream. his feature film was the last house standing on the left, which he wrote directed and edited in 1972. he died surrounded by loved ones. he was 76 years old. kansas members from le miss will gather today to have memorial for kyle there.
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it will be a hot one. 77 degrees to start us out at 4:41. welcome back to cbs 2news this morning. tropical storm erika is no more. now, florida is bracing for strong winds and floods. now, domenica is still recovering. officials are requesting aid from the international community. all right. john elliott with weather on the 2s. >> heat and humidity, a chance for a pop-up shower each and every day. widespread coverage of that needed rain. that's not until later in the week. one of the weather watchers watching the 70s. i mean, the muggy 70s. 75 for walter there. bradley beach, the start of a heat wave, technically water. it started yesterday. the city hit 90. this is interesting observation
-- it last unofficial week of summer, but it may be the hottest week of the summer as well. all right. adodge viper rally up there, too. the tops off, man, you got to coolest car in the block. let's keep your car cool and you cool. you don't want a car fire or problems with the car. the house, you will deal with issues there. an ac week, the bills will be up a bit. 77 in the city. winds out of the west at six. the relative humidity is up there. fun with numbers. it is early for math. most of the kids still have the week off. 64 in monticello, 77 in new york, that's the spread. these numbers compared to yesterday up one to nine degrees. dew points are flirting with, if not 70 this early hour.
and these numbers compared to yesterday, that's right, dew points are up as well. so it will be a repeat as far as the numbers go within a degree or two. and yesterday 90, and today 92. but more humidity. that's going to be the case. it will be around all week. your real-feel numbers highs 95 today. and 95 to 100 tomorrow and staying sticky wednesday. as far as the clouds? yeah. we have clouds overhead. it will be hazy sun today. wet weather to the south. and moisture pushing into parts of the carolinas, particularly, heavy rain there. our futurecast is not bullish, we will not tap into that. not a lot of activity. same deal for your tuesday. same deal for your wednesday. it's a front later on thursday that will usher in a better chance for some of the showers. trust me, i know, i was yelled at all weekend. did you water.
not yelling, but love. doing a lot of watering. it will be sticky overnight. not the best sleeping weather. 75, staying humid. and then, yeah. it's hot and humid all week. 92 today, 92 tomorrow. 91 wednesday. 91 thursday. and then -- a better chance for some of those showers and storms later thursday into friday. so pace yourself. be smart all week long. you can be smart every morning if you listen to alex denis. thanks john. one alert to plan for in new york. route 202 is closed in both directions at route 17. there. you have 15 minutes until is supposed to wrap. no delays on the bqe or the
east river crossings. -- metro-north p.a.t.h. trains are on or close to schedule for you. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. here is a quick look at the story making headlines this morning. an emotional show of support for the family of a sheriff deputy killed in texas. in the gathered as a church and went to a gas station. where the deputy was ambushed. 30-year-old shannon miles is charged with murder. the government of china is tightening their grip over the internet, those who spread on- line rules. they spread people for spreading misinformation. president barack obama helds to alaska today, a call
for action on climate change. and also officially renamed mt. mckinley denali. stock futures are down, they closed mixed at the end of friday's cension. the dow jones lost 11 points. sources have provided more details on a new version of apple t.v. expected to debut next month. the fourth generation model will cost more than the current price of $99, but all low 200. a new remote control, the ability to use siri. and they are going to introduce new versions of the iphone at the suspect 9th announcement. tesla's car was so good it
beat out the rating scale. consumer reports are saying not many drivers will be able to afford it, $127,000. >> an 11. all right. kelly and beblase you. >> he proclaimed new york city is strong. the quality of life issues like homelessness, and time square panhandling have been over blown by pendents and right wing politicians. the tailback lloyd spread came out as rakelly plans to release his new books. he some slamming the tactics
and abandonment of stop and frisk. some agree that de blasio has not lived up to the promise of his progressive policies. >> i don't see anything that he is done. i don't feel it. i'm a city employee. i work for new york city. i don't get no sick leave. breastfeeding leave. >> the op-ed both several accomplishments. >> i believe that the mayor has a lot of good intentions and he's done a lot of good things for the city. >> spokesperson for the mayor is saying overall crime has
today. the was a dangerous weekend for swimming in the jersey shore. adozen people were pulled from the ocean. other people caught in rip currents. now, one was unconscious and needed cpr. you're looking at footage here sent in from one of our viewers. dangerous situations out there. 4:52. and traffic and weather on the 2s. >> so glad you included that, have a graphic speaking to that risk.
and long island with the same kind of risk. but it beaconing. just be safe. use the buddy system and watch the kids. today wrapping up august, can you believe it, what happened to that month. ahot and sticky one. feels like 95. the sizzle lasts until september. moderate rip current risk for the jersey shore and south facing beaches of long island. and u.v. forecast is up as well. >> we like when you nag, john. how are we doing with traffic. >> so we only have one allurement -- alert causing issues in brooklyn. so traveling through that area just plan for that. also route 202 is closed in both directions at route 17. we have lingering construction for 10 minutes. to the tappan zee bridge you're moving well.
what a might. >> yes. from the outfits to the surprise announcements and performances. we have you covered throughout the morning. dipping you in and showing you highlights in the next half hour. the feud between taylor swift and nicky minaj is over. >> also, west tacks about this political inspirations. what? and not all of the outfits miley cyrus wore. >> and also the big win -- winners. >> all right. atip, too. between miley cyrus and nicky minaj. >> i think any parents we're like my goodness. >> they had to bleep out. >> rebel wilson the actress who
came on and took off what she had on to display this shirt. just a lot of things happen. i wonder how do they get away with putting this on television. >> cable. >> there you go. >> not t.v., mtv. >> good music. >> not a bad day to dress like milake erie cyrus. >> i was looking for an occasion to wear it. so traveling in brooklyn we have two minor alerts causing a hesitation. that is coming up. coming up on cbs 2news this
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island. one person was killed and two into a house. a live report is coming up. >> an scaled prisoner on the run since 10:00 last night. this summer. she asked officers to take her to the hospital. we landed on the plane. they said they -- could not get a gate. >> new ark airport on lockdown and in chaos after a man snuck into terminal c through an exit. the suspect is on the ground surrounded by security with guns pointed at him. and couldn't hide. rutgers university, on sunday morning someone was stuck in the arm by what may have been a bullet. and then another person was sexual assaulted. >> make it -- i'm not sure i want to remember that. i'm not quite sure yet.
>> take a look at that surfboard, a cancer survivor survives a shark attack. she is wondering what to do with the damaged board. she's not sure she wants to remember the experience. >> the biggest name in queens are garging garging for -- gathering for the u.s. open starting today. >> you want to make real money. >> zac efron's latest movie has the worst opening of all-time for a new major hollywood film. how bad did it due at the box office, find out coming up. all right. traffic and weather on the 2s. >> something to be proud of, right? tell you what, speaking of -- tennis, it will be hot and humidity if you're going as a spectator. go, enjoy, and celebrate, and go with the right tools. force fluids and hot and humid tennis.
in the city, 76 degrees with clouds overhead. winds are variable at five. awest wind. later the southwest wind will setup and a big blocking high will keep conditions static. steamy and static and dealing of the week. lunchtime 87. and 92 is your high today with 70s. so pace yourself. get you out the door and on time. here is alex denis. thank you, john. so traveling at the turnpike. this is a look. i mentioned we had construction on route 202 was closed traveling to route 17. it has cleared.
wanted to let you know that. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. we begin with breaking news from long island. police are saying one person was killed two others hurt as a car crashes into a house. now, police are saying the driver of a nissan maxima lost control. afemale passenger was killed and two males were seriously hurt. >> upon arrival we did find three persons in the vehicle that were trapped. the driver did self extricate himself and lying on the side of the road. all four persons were transported to good samaritan hospital. >> no one was inside the house was injured. a live report is coming up a little bit later on. new this morning police are looking for the man who see on surveillance video. he cleans out a cash register
at a subway restaurant in the longwood section of the bronx. it happens a week ago at east 162nd street. at one point, the clerk goes after the suspect with a long stick object. he did receive minor injuries. right now, the nypd is looking for another escaped prisoner. the fourth this summer. >> this time the suspect took off from presbyterian hospital. and cbs 2news' ilana gold is live with more. >> reporter: the suspect is a woman. she was here at the emergency room and got out of her handcuffs. she could be in her hospital -- gown. the nypd searching for this weekend. 33-year-old tiffany numen and has been on the run since 10:00 last night. she was arrested on the upper
west side on petty larceny and threat charges. on sunday she was being prepped for arraignment and said she was pregnant and had bruising. and one of the arresting officers took her to the hospital in lower manhattan. nurses put her in the exam room in a gown and handcuffs, but she slipped out and took off. she is the fourth prisoner. aweek ago, austin stevenson was arrested, and took him out of the police cruiser and walked him into the 23rd precinct he got loose. and arthur lewis got out of his cell and walked out of the building. a month earlier, tyreke arnold escaped from detectives at the 22nd precinct. police did track down the three
men, but are saying tiffany numen remains on the run. and police tell us numen has been arrested several times in the past. one of those arrests was just 10 days ago and charged with criminal possession of a weapon. reporting live, ilana gold, cbs 2news this morning. todd brady is expected back in a manhattan courtroom. the patriots quarterback challenging his four-game suspension by the nfl to use deflated footballs. the judge has ordered brady and the commissioner, roger goodal to attend the hearing. the u.s. open begins today, plenty of big names on day one. williams, djokovic and nadal are all up.
good monday morning. welcome back to i'm chris wragge. thank you for joining us. >> and i'm mary calvi. you're watching cbs2 news this morning.it is monday, august 31st, 2015. welcome to cbs2 news this morning. good morning, everyone. 76 degrees here. acalifornia suffer will be staying close to shore from now on after a very close encounter
with a great white shark. it happened over the weekend. the 54-year-old escaped unharmed, luckily, but the shark took a big bite out of her surfboard. >> i was surfing, about three feet out from the next guy. so just a little bit further out. so with the red board, you know, it was, there's somebody. boom. >> maybe it was that red board. [ laughter ] dempsey pushed her board towards the shark and jump off, other suffers helped her back to shore. based on the 14--inch wide bite, the shark was probably six feet long. art. art, i want to get rid of this, i don't want to remember that. >> name the shark art. >> how did they get? >> the part of the board he bit off? >> that's a good question. probably spit it out. >> did it just wash up? that's amazing. >> the fiberglass -- >> yeah. >> it doesn't mix with the other humans they bite into it.
>> all right. that is gorgeous there. but-- oh. now, let's go to the beach today, if you're going to the beach here, the rip current risk is a menace. make sure that you're safe. and the water is so temping and feels so good, that the kids want to get in. watch them, those are powerful forces as well. in the city, well, it's going to be one of those days, you got the heat, the humidity, hazy sun, already it is 76. and not trombones, degrees. the winds are variable at five. the engine that will keep the numbers high this week. 68, 76 inorian point. boy, this is your week, this is your vacation week and it is a stayication, you're on the island not bad. remember friday morning morristown you were in the 40s none of that.
heat in baltimore, boston, philadelphia, and washington, d.c. it will be a hot day. there is more moisture in parts of virginia and even farther to the south. 92 today, above normal? absolutely. not a record, but it will stay in the 90sfor an extended period. it is trying and taxing in that regard. sun sets at 7:30. it will be sticky overnight tonight. in fact, even by lunchtime it feels like the 90s in the city. on the sunny side of the street, it will be tough. 95 is the real feel this afternoon. ahot monday -- watch what happens tuesday, not much, a stock market sizzler. by the way, where did august go? i was talking to peter he was poetic about how summer is fleeting. and it is gone. he is misting up right now. we're still cooking, not sunday, but -- see how hot it
is. that just popped up sunday. that's supposed to say today, 92 degrees. 20% chance of a shower north and west. heat is everywhere. winds out of the west. the southwest wind fills in and you really feel the heat. tonight, 75, humid, sticky. you have to have the ac on. if you don't, pace yourself. loved ones struggle without ac get them to a cooling center. tomorrow the beginning of september, not a fall feel at all. 92 in fact. we're staying in the 90s the bulk of the week. the hottest week of the summer. friday, and late thursday and friday, a better chance for a shower and thunderstorm, that could linger into the first part of what i know is a crucial weekend and unsettled to wrap up the week. all right. start up your commute with a smile. alex. thanks john. our hundreds of cameras in the area.
the northern state parkway. happy to say we're clear in this area, not only here, but the l.i.e. and the southern state as well. the fdr drive at 96 street. no delays. so a smooth ride into and out of the city. getting into staten island this morning this is a look at the toll plaza. there moving well into brooklyn as well. we have the alert on the bqe at atlantic avenue, that has cleared out. metro-north, p.a.t.h. trains, and lirr is on schedule for you. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. a new jersey landlord accused of murdering his tenant after a dispute. he shot and killed 58-year-old john, jr. during an argument on saturday. he called 9-1-1 to report the
shooting and officers found him with a handgun. he is charged with man slotter. manslaughter. >> he was a very weak man. he needed a lot of help. when i heard that he shot number, i could not believe it. >> prosecutors didn't say what they were arguing about. if you were sitting at home, and someone was watching you from your own fire escape, that prompted an upper west side resident to take action. >> reporter: a primal fear for residents, realized that this upper west side building a woman here reports seeing a man pants unzipped on the fire escape, right outside her back window, three times -- >> we got the note here on thursday. >> reporter: a note from a woman posted on the front door of the building warns fellow tenants to keep her windows
watched because i caught some guy on the fire escape watching me with this pants undone. >> that's unsettled. >> we buzzed the apartment, a woman said that she didn't want to talk about. it easy that someone might get access to the fire escape at the back of this building painfully clear from the open building. to the second gate behind the afflicted building that is also unlocked. the disturbing note prompting nervous reaction. he called police, but the man outside her wind of was already gone. the nypd has no formal complaint on file. >> unbelievable, these perverts. >> giving tenants here the creeps. steve langford, cbs 2news this morning. okay.
a mother is facing forgetting her baby last week. patterson went to the store in arizona to four children to buy candy and lost track of her 2- month-old baby. her three-year-old asked about the baby? 40 minutes later she realized she was missing. and panic stricken, she went back to look for him. and the story has gone viral. he said it was an honest mistake. >> i'm a good mom. and made a horrible mistake. >> the infant was spotted by an off-duty phoenix police officer and the child was not hurt. okay. time now is 5:22. and traffic and weather on the 2s. johnny. >> today, please, make sure that you know, kids, pe-- pets,
anything, the cars will be hot today. 71 in wading river. and 73 in farmingville. around the area 64 in walden. 76 in madison. 76 for the jersey shore. sizzling sunshine, you bet. apop-up shower north and west. that low will feel warmer. yesterday 90. and even off the t.v. screen we could be holding onto another 90 or 90 plus. so pace yourself. watch the thermometer on the car. do they have thermometers? >> or digital. it is fine. we have a couple of accidents to pass along to you this morning. a live look at one of our hundreds of cameras showing you the westside highway. you are moving well. the fdr drive is looking similar to this.
alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. yankees going for the sweep, mets trying to avoid one. >> steve overmyer, time for your wfan and wcbs-tv sports in a flash. >> all right. it's rivalry week. the yankees start a series in boston and the mets host the phillies. the u.s. open begins in flushing. the mets try to avoid being swept by the red sox. every night it is a difficult hero. it is michael. not a banner year for him. but the go ahead knock in the 7th make up for an earlier error. they have a 5 1/2-game lead. the yankees had another one of the offensive explosions. they rolled off a 20-6 route of the braves and complete the sweep. nathan has not lost in 13 starts.
this is the month of the no- hitter. this time cubs pitcher pulls off the feat against los angeles. it is the second time in nine days the dodgers have been no- hit. that's your sports update. okay. zac efron may need his friends after the opening film. >> they are saying possibly the worst ever. we will talk to add talk to alex. >> lig. are taylor swift and nicky minaj took the the stage to open the mtv music video awards. [ music ] it comes more than two months after the two
made headlines with a war of words on twitter. now, swift who featured supermodels wrote back. they have made up, they are fine. >> they hugged, big smiles. >> a lot of rumors that it was staged to begin with. there was no bad blood there to begin with. >> all right. i'm saying. >> a stirring of the pot with nicky minaj and miley cyrus. >> and zac efron may not win any awards for his performance in "we are your friends," the title for worst opening of all- time for a new major hollywood film. we are your friends just
76 degrees on this monday, august 31st. a steamy day out there with real feel temperatures in the mid-90s. first the top stories for you. breaking news overnight. ateen is killed in a crash in west babylon. the passenger in a car that slammed into the house. the impact so severe, the house is condemned. new information this morning about a woman who escaped police custody. all eyes on serena in queens. the u.s. open begins. 10s of thousands will be hoping every major this year. thank you for joining us. >> and i'm mary calvi. morning. 2015. morning. good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us on this monday morning. boy, it is hot, through, for the u.s. open this week. and adding to the intrigue. >> new daughter is going today. williams.
the first in 25 years. >> stephanie in 1988, she won the calendar year grand slam, but serena is so dominant, with saw bova -- with sharapova being out-- all right. the seventh. >> she brings hunger out there. >> so wear a hat, force fluids. and it will, not just the heat, you're sitting out there in the humidity values will be high, not only today, but through the week. and friday we might see relief from the humidity. starting the day very mild. 76 in the city with clouds overhead. mostly sunny skies for most of the week. pop-up showers north and west. and activity over ocean county, that is about it. heading to atlanta county,
philly and maryland, a chance of showers today. there will not be much coverage and the odds are low. numbers aren't. 92 will feel warmer. humidity and heat stick around for much of the week. >> okay. john, thank you. the commute. >> we got an alert of a car fire. three lanes are blocked on queens boulevard. it is causing delays in the area. we will work to get more information and bring it to you. we have the car fire on the l.i.e. in new jersey, there is a crash route 80 east. citywide. drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. we have breaking news in suffolk county. acar slammed into a house with deadly results. >> cbs 2news' alice gainer is
live with more. >> you see the damage left behind. suffolk county police are just confirmings this morning that 17-year-old kenya jimenez died from her injuries. apassenger in the car. let's show you video from the crash that happened before 9:00. two other passengers, 18 and 20 years old, both from deer park are being treated for serious, but nonlife-threatening injuries. police are saying 19-year-old broad us was driving north on little east neck road and lost control hitting a telephone people and this house. here is what the fire chief had to say. >> upon arrival, we did find three person in -- the vehicle that were trapped. the driver extricated himself from the vehicle.
>> the driver was treated for minor injuries released. this home is condemned. no one inside was injured. the driver no charges were filed. no word on what caused him to crash. reporting live, alice gainer, cbs 2news this morning. >> thank you. the nypd looking for another escaped prisoner, the fourth this summer. >> the suspect took off from new york presbyterian hospital. and cbs 2news' ilana gold is lever with more. >> the suspect is a woman. she was here at the emergency room last night and got out of her handcuffed and walked out of the hospital. this morning police are telling us she gave them a fake name when she was arrested. they are releasing her real identity. the nypd searching for this woman, she is 23-year-old tiffany numen and on the run since 10:00 last night. she was arrested on the upper
west side on saturday on petty larceny and theft charges. on sunday she was being prepped for arraignment, and raised concerns about being pregnant and had bruising. one of the officers took her to the hospital. the nurses put numen in the exam room and she took off. the fourth person to escape this summer. these weeks ago police arrested austin stevens and arrested him and took him out of the police cruiser and walked him into the 23rd precinct he got loose. and arthur collins escaped from a different precinct. he got out of his holding cell being booked on a burglary charged and walked out of the building. tyreke arnold escaped from the 32nd precinct in harlem. he was running down the street
and detectives chasing after him. police tracked down the three men, but numen remains on the run. >> numen could be wearing her hospital gown. if you see her, call police. reporting live, ilana gold, cbs 2news this morning. >> thank you. things are back to normal at newark airport this morning after a secure scare last night. and officers gun drawn surrounded a man on the floor space down. another passenger took a photoole and claimed he trimmed the intruder. the man snuck into terminal c, the terminal was evacuated and causing big delays. >> we were ready to land. all of the sudden it was just circling and circling. nobody knew what was going on. finally the pilot got on and said air-traffic control is staying i can't land yet.
>> no word on the man's identity or the chances he -- charges he is facing. police are saying a man assaulted a woman. the woman was walking and the man armed with a gun drug her behind a house. in virginia hundreds of people came together for a memorial service to remember the new crew shot and killed live on tv. [ music ] the interfaith service honored alison parker and ward. the station's manager caused for action and compassion for mental illness. >> and spoke this week about the need to increase or embrace, yes. our embrace of mental illness like we do with cancer or
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call 1-800-341-9716. tropical storm erika left people dead in dominka, now parts of florida are bracing themselves. erika's crashing waves beat away the coast in palm beach. >> the erosion is, it is unbelievable. i have never seen anything like it. >> in the pacific, forecasters are saying the hurricane could hit later today. 5:42. we have a weather alert around here with a heat wave coming. >> absolutely. the has to hit 90. and do it again today and tomorrow, wednesday, possibly thursday, too. so we could have a rare suspect heat wave. i think it has been 20 years since we seen even 90, three 90- degree days in september.
we have 60s north and west. this is linear brown. and today will be an ug day, feet. just an ug day. it's going to be a hot one. but a beautiful morning. hour. someone is barbecuing. so i don't know. take it in. maybe it is better to barbecue now than in the heat of the afternoon. that said, it's probably better to cook outside than inside, it will be a ha kitchen. it will be hot all over the place. so pace yourself, maybe a movie, maybe the pool, maybe the beach, maybe a mall, just to say cool. cloudy and 76. winds are variable at five. but pay attention to your body. this morning coming in, there was a man outside jogging. it is dark. make sure, this kind of heat
and humidity can make you sick to your stomach. we have 72 in brick. 70 in gillette. some of the weather watchers having readings in the mid-60s. not just the heat, but the humidity, feeling it today, tomorrow and wednesday. the heat and humidity combining, the real-feel numbers in the mid-90s today at least -- 95 to 100 for a good part of the week. also have you noticed wow. that pollen count is high, high, high, like a perfect 10 plus all week long. so, make sure that you're ready for that. you get a sense of the clouds right now. moisture aloft over ocean county. look at this, this is a big blocking ridge of high pressure. so jetstream is going to stay well north this week and have day after day of the heat and humidity, but it also serves to keep us dry. we could use the moisture, but it doesn't look like we will
see much of it. so for this year, one heat wave and 13 90 plus-degree days, but we will tack onto that today, a high of 92, and a high of 92 on tuesday. and hanging onto the 90s into wednesday and third. -- thursday. and then a break friday. right now it is a 20% to 30% chance for a shower. there is a great chance here is alex denis. thanks, john. we have the car fire on the eastbound side of the l.i.e. now, we have an accident blocking one northbound side lane on the van wyck. if you are traveling in whorton, new york, we have a crash blocking the right lane
on route 80 eastbound. stick to 46 as an alternate. now, lirr delays. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. the accused killer of a houston sheriff deputy is due in court today. hundreds turned out for a vigil. they gathered as a church and march today a gas station where the 47-year-old goforth was ambushed. he was pumping gas and shot several times. wes craven died yesterday after a battle for brain cancer. he solved as an executive producer for the girl in the photographs.
his first feature film that he wrote in 1972 and later remade. he died surrounded by loved ones at his los angeles home, he was 76-year-old. and neurologist dr. oliver sacksicize being remembered this morning. in february heel sulfured he had a rare eye cancer that spread to his liver. he died at his home in manhattan that age of 82. california hiker weak and exhausted but thankful to be alive after a story of survival. the 62-year-old was found a live a week after she vanished in the cierra nevada. she was reduced arch using a whistle. she has broken bones, but okay. her rescue was a huge relief for her waiting family. >> beyond excited. they-- couldn't stop screaming and crying and -- yelling amongst themselves.
their way up here. >> the search was hammered by thick smoke from a wildfire. she crawled for two days to reach water in a creek bed. morning. will wall street stay in the week? >> good morning, chris. investigators are hoping this ended. the dow jones ended up gaining 179 points for the week. and the nasdaq higher, 121 points higher. the chairman is open to the possibility of raising interest rates in september. speaking at an annual conference, fisher is saying that pressure holding inflation down has begun to fade.
and stocks could be headed for another asian market. they lost 1%, the shanghai fell about 1%. if you're noting to work this monday, humbling news. u.s. commuters send two days stick in traffic jams every year. that's according to the texas transportation institute. and highway congestion costs 160 billion dollars a year. washington, d.c. has the worst gridlock in the nation. no surprise here, new york is among the worst ranked for gridlock in the country. >> i believe it. >> thanks. coming up on cbs 2news this
traffic and weather on the 2s. steamy today. >> i miss hannah montana. all right. a little bit more out front, i don't know. 92 in the city today. so the heat and humidity, the dew points that are going to be up there in the 65 to 70 plus range. numbers will feel warmer. the heat index values in the mid-90s today. and sunshine, the u.v. forecast is a seven. burn time is 15 to 25 minutes. you will be sweating. so watch out. at the pool and the beach reapply. speaking of, don't forget moderate rip current risk and also for the jersey shore. relatively quiet. wet weather in the mid titusville -- atlanta and the rockies, but we're not alone. much of the nation is baking today. so be ready for that. now the ride with alex. thanks, john.
for example, a busy morning in queen. we have a crash blocking at least a clean. and these heavy delays stretch back to lyndon boulevard. not a great alternate in the area. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. in this morning's health watch, parents should start talking to their kids about alcohol by age nine, that recommendation by the american academy of pediatrics. 50% of high school students bring alcohol, within that group, 60% been drink, that hours. knee and hip replacements
may be bad for your heart. that's according to boston school of medicine. the risk of heart attacks spiked in the months following the surgery. and the risk of blood clots stayed high for years. vegan diets are more than a food, restaurants are booming. >> catenative cafe near los angeles. business is good. not just here. in one year, the all vegan restaurant change has grown across the country. >> we doubled the size of the organize. >> reporter: the vegan diet has been around a long time, but it is gaining a new following. straightly plant-based. many dishes look like traditional meals. >> we have our meatball sub. >> tofu and other plant substances are looking like
meat. this keeps vivian coming back. >> i feel good when i eat here, yet it is so satisfying you're not hungry afterwards. >> it is not a fad. >> senior editor of the vegetarian journal is saying options are surged. there are 600 restaurants. many mainstream restaurants have vegan items. >> we are also seeing in generic chain grocery stores, vegan better, ice cream, deli slices and cookie dough. >> they are expected to grows a americans embrace vegan meals. >> what do you think? like the vegan stuff? >> it is healthy for you? >> i'm not a big fan. >> i'm trying to figure out what has gluten. all right. dairy-free.
>> i'm for getting rid of the processed and stuff with hormones. vegan-- >> i like fish sandwiches. >> he loves mcdonald. >> we have to talk about this, john. >> you're sitting in the drive- thru a little bit and it is slow. it is hot, 90 plus. >> frying pan action out there. huh. and problems in queens causing delays on the van wyck.
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morning. good morning, everyone. traffic and weather on the 2s. first what is new this morning. >> a teen tragedy on long island. a17-year-old is kid in a violent car crash overnight. the car he was a passenger in slammed into the house. the home is condemned. we are live on the scene. >> new video of a scary attack inside of a bronx subway restaurant, a worker was hurt when the store was being robbed. it is caught on camera. suspect. >> unbelievable. where they are noticed. >> residents on edge on the upper west side after a man is seen peeping on people from the fire escape. we will tell you the way one victim alerted her neighbors. >> tom brady and roger goodell are expected in front of a judge today from deflate gate.
brady is suspended for the first four games of the season. >> serena williams the focal point of the u.s. omen. to see if she can win the calendar grand slam. >> yes. as you probably could have guessed by this moment, i have decided in 2020 to run for president. >> fantastic news there. west is going to run 2020 for president. afull recap is coming up. now, the steamy weather. 6:02. john. >> the message it kids, plan ahead. plan ahead. so if you are like my daughter you are planning on finishing all of your summer assignments this week. plan ahead.
hazy conditions anticipated later in the day. you get the heat, you get the particulate matter in the air and the humidity. so base yourself. winds are variable at 5. i like this weather, but i know a lot of folks find it very taxing. not relaxing. moisture in ocean county. that is good news for you. look to the north. look to the north and west. you got this big ridge of high pressure that's -- going to for the most part keep us high and dry. 92 will feel like 95 in the city. and relief for the south shore. but sticky for you. 6:03. not a sticky situation for commuters. john, traveling in queens, unfortunately, we have an accident blocking a lane northbound on the van wyck at queens boulevard. this delay stretches back to lyndon boulevard.
and the local streets are your best option. not a great alternate. we will update you. and delays on the lirr. this is new to mechanical difficulties. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. we begin with breaking news from long island. one person dead and two others injured after a cash crash -- car crashes into a house. >> andrea grymes is live. >> the extent of the damage here. you can see this morning, 17- year-old jimenez one of the
passengers in the car died from her injuries. two other passengers, 18 and 20- year-old from deer park are being treated for serious, but knowledge life-threatening injuries. it also 19-year-old 82 -- who was driving eastbound here before 9:00 last night and lost control hitting a telephone pole and a house. >> upon arrival we found three persons in the vehicle that were trapped. the driver extricated himself and laying on the side of the road. all four persons were transported. >> the driver was treated for his injuries. they were minor. he was released. no one in the home was injured. all morning cars have been speeding past us here.
no charges have been filed yet. reporting live, andrea grymes, cbs 2news this morning. happening new, the nypd looking for another escaped prisoner. the fourth this -- summer. >> this time the september took off from presbyterian hospital. cbs 2news this morning are ilana gold is live. >> reporter: the suspect is a woman. she was here at the emergency room last night and got out of her handcuffed and walked out of the building. she could be in her hospital gown. take a look. it nypd searching for this woman, 23-year-old tiffany numen. since escaping from presbyterian hospital, she was arrested on saturday on larceny and theft charges. she was being prepped for arraignment.
one of the offices took her to the hospital. nurses put numen in the examine room in a gown and handcuffs. she slipped at and took off. the four prisoner to escape from police custody this summer. austin stevenson was arrested on a trespassing charge, and took him out of the police cruiser and walked him into 23erate precinct he got loose and walked away. and arthur collins escaped from a different precinct. he got out of his holding cell and walked out of the building. a month earlier, tyreke arnold escaped from the 23rd precinct. police did track down the three men, but tiffany numen remains on the run. numen has been arrested several
times in the past. one was just ten days ago and charged with possession of a weapon. 2news this morning. >> thank you. three men are facing charges in connection with an illegal firearms probe that led to the death of a bystander. the 23-year-old contacted an undercover nypd to buy guns. another man got in the car, pointed a gun at the officer and demanded money. the officer opened fire on the street, fatally wounded a 61- year-old man near the gunman. cast members will gather in central park. the 21-year-old actor died on friday night after falling from a anywhere fire escape. mans and friends are using the hashtag dim for kyle to push the broadway league to dip the lights in his memory.
the first african-american and the youngest person ever to perform the starring row on broadway. an investigation continues this morning into two weekend incidents into rutgers university. on sunday morning someone was stuck in the arm. students heard shots and an ambulance was leaving the area. >> people were there and hiding and the police show up. it was -- i heard the shot of -- gunfire. >> around 3:00 a.m. another person was sexually assaulted. the suspect followed the victim into a backyard where he was attacked. 6:09. coming up on cbs 2news this
time is 6:12. and traffic and weather on the 2s. i love hearing from this group in the morning. >> really? >> yes. >> okay. i enjoyed the weekend. a little bit heat, more humidity, starting to feel it yesterday. now you're going to feel it and it sticks around. pace yourself, 72 in riv head. 74 for the south shore. 74 for staten island. this is 71 in wood cliff. and got a kick out of this. jackie has 64, but we mentioned this earlier in the show. 48 degrees saturday morning, 64 degrees this morning -- oh, yeah. the heat is on. but still -- nice enough to send us flowers this morning. appreciate that pretty picture as well. we're going to see wilted flowers with the heat and humidity. so i know, you're going to be
watering today. and that, in concert with, running the ac. yeah. it will be pricy out there. pink in the sky, 76, winds are variable at five. the winds are southwest later today. 66 in wayne. 92 today in the city. yesterday 90. a little bit warmer today and feeling it with the humidity. 80 is the normal to wrap up the month. will not see that this week. the record of 100, awayual not will not hit that either. the humidity and humidity in the city, in the mid-90s today and mid and upper 90s tomorrow. we could be dealing with heat advisories in and around the tristate area. ahot one with that southwest win. a suspect -- september sizzler as we walk into september. and wrapping up the week it
will be hot. they want to play in the pool. watch them, they can get sick in this heat. caging-- cooking on wednesday. today is 92. aone out of five chance. odds are low, it is a byproduct of the left in the atmosphere due to the heat and the moisture. it will be humid. that is the case really today, tomorrow, and wednesday. later thursday, there is some indication in the models we will see a front pushing through. should see more evidence of that with a drop in the number but would like to see more thunderstorm activity. the problem is, yesterday, bagel shop and the labor day weekend. unsettled weather in the forecast as well. alex. john, thank you. chopper 2 h.d, jim smith is
over the scene with more information. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is the northbound side of the van wyck. blocking off the right lane, it leaves two lanes open, never a good thing. we have delays bumper-to- bumper. reporting live, chopper 2 h.d, jim smith, cbs 2news this morning. >> thank you. we're seeing issues on lirr water bury branch. so customers should expect delays there. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. two tales of one city, ray kelly is saying de blasio is putting the city in danger. >> warring rhetoric between de blasio and ray kelly. in a sunday op-ed, de blasio
proclaimed new york this is as strong as it's ever been, homelessness, and time square panhandling and near nudity has been overblown by pendents and right winged politicians. the spread came out as rail kelly prepares to release his new book. experts show kelly slamming de and frisk. some agree that de blasio's new york hasn't lived to the promise. >> i don't see anything that he's done. i don't feel it. i'm a city employee.
i work for new york city. i don't get sick days. no maternity lead and no breastfeeding opportunities. >> it boost accomplishments. >> i believe that the mayor has a lot of good intentions and he's done a lot of good things for the city. >> reporter: spokesman for the mayor is saying that overall crime has gone down, even as the use of stop and frisk is reduced. but statistics by the nypd, show that robberies, murders and rapes have gone up. 2016. anew poll, bernie sanders gaining on hillary clinton in a7. lead over sanders. joe biden who is still deciding has 14%. on the return side, donald
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could have a rare suspect heat -- september heat wave. so 76 degrees. that's the engine. so the temperatures feel a lot warmer than the thermometer may lead you to believe. it will be deceiving you today. mid-90s for the numbers. some relief for the south shore. don't forget that moderate rip current risk. for the south facing beaches of long island. so going to the beach, lucky you. the commute this morning. we have problems on the van wyck. chopper 2 h.d, jim smith has more for us. >> good morning. that accident has just been towed off, all lanes reopened on the northbound side of the van wyck.
this is near queens boulevard and main street. there is traffic left over. bumper-to-bumper delays. the accident has been cleared. reporting live, chopper 2 h.d, jim smith, cbs 2news this morning. >> thank you. the local streets are really your best option through that area. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. time for your sports. time for your wfan and wcbs-tv sports in a flash. the mets went into the weekend the hottest team in baseball, they came out of avoiding being swept by the boston red sox. they are down 2-1. uribe, what happens here? >> the gets exciting. >> it does. but i'm not going to explain the highlights.
mets win 5-4. michael made an error in the field makes up for it at the plate. they win 5-4. the yankees. do we have them. the yankees looking to sweep the brave. their bats were ready to go out there. three-run shot in the 2nd. and then headily had a two-run shot. get out-of-town. and then, by steven drew, this is incredible. 7-0. the braves chip away in the 7th. a-rod gets one to get through there. acouple of runs score. the yankees win it 20-6. so the blue jays won again as well. they are game 1/2 back. all right. watching serena williams for sure. the first time in 25 years. >> hot out there, serena takes
the court tonight. >> it will be big. the video music awards giving us a lot to talk about this morning. >> here is alex denis. >> good morning. so miley cyrus wore ten different looks during last night's show. and critics are rating them from bad to worse. jeremy scott came up with the over the top outfits. afroth in psychedelic colors. and a clear plastic dress with buttons in all the right places. >> i don't know, miley. >> she was miley. >> she was true to form. she has a nice figure. >> that guy's name again? >> jeremy scott. >> okay. >> do you want something. >> jot that name down. >> so justin beiber showed his softer side after his
performance last night leaving host, miley cyrus speechless. >> wow. wow. beiber broke down entires after taking the stage. he performed this summer hit, "where are you now." he is keeping a luprofile -- low profile. >> some people were tweeting, what is wrong with him. okay. >> there is a lot of -- i heard that a lot last night. >> okay. >> what is going on here. 6:27. coming up on cbs 2news this
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another day of 9-degree temperatures. one more day the heat will be the second heat wave this year. first, a teen is dead and a home is condemned after a car slammed into the side of the house. we are live. >> plus, nypd officers searching the city after another inmate escapes. the fourth person to do so this summer. >> yes. as you probably could have guessed by this moment, i have decided in 2020 to run for president. >> problems solved. west in 2020. i'm chris wragge. thank you for joining us. >> and i'm mary calvi. you're watching cbs2 news this morning. it is monday, august 31st, 2015. welcome to cbs2 news this morning. good morning, everyone. you know, a lengthy speech that he gave. talked about fatherhood, artistry, and then the big announcement by west. >> and taylor swift actually
gave him the award. >> what is he going to say? >> have we had reports from the bbc or routers about a running mate. and looking at this platform? >> not yet. >> this is 2020. >> you're looking at the potential first lady there. >> there you go. laughter. >> did you watch the show? >> i did. you know, we were talking about the whole evening. my mouth. >> you are not alone. >> the worst thing for me. i was toddling off to bed. i'm hearing on a t.v. my daughter is watching it. i'm seeing this, this morning she needs a counselor. >> i watched the first minute of the show, and said, parents what are my children watching. that's it. >> well, let's keep the kids safe today. they want to play. my daughter has another week
off. some kids are back in school. it is tough, hot, hide -- humid. they will get tired. don't get sick from the heat. 76 in is city. clouds overhead. hazy sun later today. and sun for parts of ocean county. the atmosphere is just so rich with moisture, enough uneven heating later in the day could see a pop-up shower in the area. the numbers below normal by 10 degrees. with the dew points, the real- feel numbers in the mid-90s. make sure that you're really for it. an extended period. some are saying this weather is rank. we're going to rank august for heat. >> and traveling. if you are traveling here, we have a fallen tree has is blocking the right lane on the eastbound side of the northern state parkway.
that is what is going on there. now, it is actually metro-north that is reporting delays. county. acar slammed into a house. morning. >> your can see the damage to the house behind me here in west babylon the car slam into the last night. police this morning are confirming that 17-year-old jimenez of deer park, one of the passengers in the car, has died from her injuries. look at the video from last night. two other passengers, 18 and 20- year-old, from deer park are nonlife-threatening injuries. police are saying 19-year-old
broadus was driving north orn lint east neck road and lost control hitting a telephone -- pole and then the house. himself. and he was lying on the side of the road. >> the driver was treated for minor injuries released. the home was damaginged it is condemned, no one inside of the home was injured at the time. cars are spending -- speeding past us all morning. drivers are not saying walt led -- watt led to this crash last night. andrea grymes, cbs 2news this morning. >> thank you. the nypd looking for another escaped prisoner.
the fourth this summer. york presbyterian hospital. cbs 2news' ilana gold is live with more. >> the suspect is a woman. night. got out of her handcuffs and walked out of the hospital. this morning police are saying sheath gave them a fake name when she was arrested. the nypd searching for this woman, 23-year-old tiffany numen and has been on the run since 10:00 last night. she was arrested on the upper west side on saturday on larceny and theft charges. sources are saying on sunday she was being prepped for arraignment, and raised concerns about being pregnant and had bruising. and one of the offices took her to the officer in lower manhattan. nurses put numen in the examine room with a gown and handcuffs. she slipped out and took off.
these is the fourth person to escape. three weeks ago police searched for austin stevenson, they arrested him on a trespassing charge. and she got loose and ran away. and in july, arthur collins scatched from a different reconcile skip. he got out of his holding cell and walked right out of the building. a month earlier, tull reek arnold campaigned from hilum. he is running down the street and detectives chasing after him. police did track down the three men, but numen remains on the run. and police are saying numen could still be wearing her hospital gown. if you see her, call police right away. reporting live, andrea grymes, cbs 2news this morning. >> thank you. things are back to normal at newark after a security scare last night.
a man snuck into terminal c at an exit. cell phone video caught the scenes a officers surrounded the man who was on the familiar face down. and another passenger took a video claiming he tripped the passenger with a suitcase. >> we were ready to land. all of the sudden it was just circling and circuiting. nobody knew what was going on. and finally the pilot got on and said air-traffic control is saying i cannot land yet. >> no word on the man's identity. >> residents of apupper west side bed are feeling creeped out. the woman saw the man on three occasions at columbus and 69th street. and posted a sometime and warns tenants to keep the windows locked.
>> we got the no -- note here on thursday it is unsettling. >> on the note the woman reporting live -- reports she called police. the nypd has no normal complaint on file. happening today, todd brady is expected in court. ajoin has ordered brady and hearing. the judge wanted them to reach happened. the u.s. open begins today in flushing, plenty of big names on display on day one. williams, djokovic and nadal will be at the tournament. william is a contender to
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>> bring a fan. >> do it in the shade. >> ice cream. it will melt. >> you don't want to eat too many heavy foods. fluids. there is a lot of moisture in the humidity, your body needs water. take care of that. day. i know two, they are not litigating for me, they are just buddies. but if you know a litigating lawyer, love them today. cloudy and 76. all right. here is the deal in and around the city there is a lot of variety. elsewhere looking at the upper 60s to around 72 for long island.
the hamptons. but compare the numbers to yesterday, it is warmer than it was yesterday. and dew points are already in the mid to upper 60s. those dew points are higher today. so combining them, yeah. the heat and humidity up to 92. well above the normal of 80. hot. and the heat, yeah, right now, the third hottest august on record and this big ridge of high pressure is going to bring more of the same over the next few days. you see this area of high pressure and midlevel moisture to the south. not enough to wash away the pollen. be ready for this, too. pollen count is high today. the beginning of your commute and getting busy. that right. john. traveling on the l.i.e. we have delays.
a 45 minute delay to your ride that's already kind of lengthy. give yourself plenty of time there. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. this morning police are looking for the man on surveillance video as he cleans outs the cash register at a subway restaurant in the bronx. at one point the clerk goes after the suspect with a long stick. he did receive minor injuries from the incident and expected to be okay. no word how much the robber made off with, in virginia hundreds of people came together for a special memorial service to remember the tv news crew shot and killed live on
the air. [ music ] the interfaith service honored 24-year-old alison parker and 27-year-old adam ward. the gunman was fired from the station two years ago and killed himself. the manager caused for action and a passion. >> i spoke this week about the need to increase, yes. our embrace of mental illness heart disease. mental illness needs to be center stage. most is treatable if we can get to the sufferer. >> ward's funeral is tuesday. service. wes craven died yesterday.
he was a producer for a film. he died surrounded by loved one at hit los angeles home, he was 76 years old. music's most outrageous award show was packed with surprises last night. we have the highs and lows of the vmas. [ music ] >> taylor swift and nicky minaj buried their bad blood to kickoff the vmas. >> and the vma goes to. >> but to feud between nicky and miley cyrus heated up. >> back to ( bleep ) that had a lot to say about me the other day in the press. miley, what's good. >> we're all in this industry. we all do interviews and we know how they manipulate ( bleep ). nicky, congratulations. just because the vma started.
>> justin beiber got so emotional performing this song, he covered his face and cried. >> west defines what it is to be a creative force in music, fashion, and life. if taylor swift presented hip with the vanguard award. acceptance speech, he announced house. >> i have decided in 2020 to run for president. [ applause ] >> and the winner is taylor swift. >> taylor swift was the biggest winner of the night. >> if you want outrageous moments. didn't disappoint. coming up on cbs 2news this
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on after a close encounter with a great white shark. the 54-year-old escaped unharmed by the shark took a bite out of her surfboard. she pushed her board towards the shark and jumped off. all surfers helped her back to shore. a wildlife biologist is saying the shark was probably about six feet long. for the second time in two days a hammerhead shark and seen off of the waters in california. it was spotted by a fisherman in a kayak. with the kayaker was 250 yards from a boat launch, he flagged down a lifeguard boat. it was moving towards a johnny? we're going to need a bigger boat. shark. that's scary. the kayaks are fun, i don't
know how much security. 76 in the city right now. in the city today, readings in the low 90s. tomorrow 95 to 100. heat continues. sizzling sunshine today. upper 80s with elevation for the south shore, too. 92 in the city. don't forget that sunscreen, u.v. forecast is a seven. and moderate rip current risks. stay safe today if you're jumping in the waves. now, the commute is alex. the george washington bridge has a delayed commute. and single changes. downtown 2 and five times with delays. and also nypd activity at 7th avenue, because of that, b and q trains running with delays. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex.
caught on camera -- a fight on a highway near jacksonville, florida. afood truck on the left side of the screen explodes. wow, the blast sent wreckage homes. the truck's 100-gallon propane tank and leaked and cause fire no one was her. the most expensive place to raise a family? it is our nation's capital. the economic policy institute is saying $106,000 a year in washington, d.c. for housing, childcare, feed and other things. nassau county and suffolk county and then westchester county. new york city was fourth on the list. >> it is so good to make the top five. now, here is "cbs this morning." good morning. >> good morning, to you chris and mary.
hope you had a great weekend. abig show. president barack obama is renaming north america's tommest peak. not everybody is happy about it. we're in alaska. >> and also, dick cheney is here with this daughter, liz, plus only on "cbs this morning." >> and the first woman to scale murder call joins us here in studio 57. the news is back in the morning. >> one brave woman. looking forward to it.
okay. here's what you need to know before you go. one person was killed and two others hurt when a car crashed into a home in suffolk county. afemale died. two male passengers were injured. but expected to survive. the house is condemned. the nypd is looking for another escaped prisoner. the fourth this summer. 23-year-old tiffany numen has been on the run since 10:00 last night when she scammed from new york presbyterian hospital. she was arrested on saturday. president barack obama
heads to alaska today to call for action on climate change and remain mt. mukinly denali. the u.s. open begins today in queens. williams is the heavy favorite to win the women's title and create a grand slam for more than a quarter of a century. alex denis for the highway. >> we have signal problems on two trains and five delays. because of that, they are running with delays. to the lincoln tunnel, a 20 minute wait here and at the george washington bridge. alternate sides in effect citywide. be safe and don't text and drive. mary and chris back to you. >> thank you, alex. take care of yourself. it is hot and humid. 90 yesterday, a little bit warmer today. staying warm tuesday, wednesday, thursday, pop-up