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scene. several streets blocked off in the area as well. at this point we are being told that the there was a person wanted for a domestic assault charge. police are on the scene. that person may be holding two children inside the building. we have seen police officers building. that is listed as the address for the person who currently situation. no injuries been reported. ems is on stand-by at the scene and we will keep you updated as information becomes available. >> thank you. a queens neighborhood still reeling after a man went on a deadly rampage. >> when it was over, one person was dead and four people were injured including two police officers. the victims. >> reporter: after a six-hour violent rampage, police came down on james patrick dylan, shoot, wounding and arresting him. the first alleged victim, a 39-
left cheek after being slashed sunday morning. a few feet away from her home on 36th street. she was heading to church when she was approached by dylan. the worst of the injuries, a gash 1.5 inches wide at the back of her skull. her daughter translated her words. >> she didn't notice she got cut her. she noticed when she was stabbed in the back of her head. when she saw the blood, he also saw the blood at the same time and he ran away. >> reporter: 23-year-old james dylan was reportedly off his psychiatric medication during the ordeal. neighbors say he was unstable and aggressive. >> i told my son, stay away. there's going to be trouble because he acted crazy. >> reporter: four hours later, police say dylan continued his violent spree. a 55-year-old was killed when he was slashed inside the liquor store he owned. >> it could happen to anybody anywhere. just awful. yeah.
here forever. >> reporter: police say a 61- year-old homeless man was inside the store and doused with a flammable liquid and set on fire. the victim is listed in stable condition. two hours later, police got a call to an apartment on 42nd street and newtown road. a woman reported a man was trying to break into her home and climbed down her firest scape. by 5:45, dylan surrounded by police near his home. nypd says he held a knife in one hand and a beer bottle filled with accelerant with another, dousing the officers, burning the suspect. >> the officers then discharged suspect. >> reporter: james patrick stable condition. him. cbs 2 news. two communities are in mourning after two new jersey teens were killed by a car that slammed into them.
janelle burrell is live at the crash site. >> reporter: well, mary the accident happened just across the street from union city high school where one of the teens was a student. and this afternoon, you can see a lot of the classmates gathering at the sidewalk memorial to pay their respects. it's just feet away from the trail of debris. you can see parts of the car still here on the ground along with broken and mangled parts of the fence where those best friends were killed. a scene no teenager can ever be prepared for, visiting the place where not one but the lives of two close friends were lost in an instant. >> it's taking a big toll on all of us. these two kids are like brothers to us. >> reporter: a friend of the 16- year-old, an eighth grader, and two 17-year-olds. among the many classmates visiting the crash site monday
notes, in shock about the sudden lost. >> they always looking to make everybody happy. >> reporter: investigators say around 9:00 saturday night, the two were walking along john. if kennedy boulevard near 26th street when a car jumped the curb, plowing into them. impact. their friends survive, hospitalized with a broken leg. >> still can't believe that he's gone. >> reporter: she was with him just hours before the collision. house, visited him. he was very loved. >> reporter: the mothers of both teens visited the sidewalk memorial sunday inconsolable. just before he died. where were they going? >> mom, we love you. bringing flowers and stuffed animal into the building this morning and now rallying together in support of both who survived. >> it could have been any of
>> reporter: now back live. another look at that sidewalk memorial where friends continue to gather at this hour. and now the hudson county sheriff's office says that they do have the driver in custody. they have identified him as a 23-year-old eric paterson. we are expecting to get more information about the driver in a press conference later this afternoon. reporting live from new jersey, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. a teenager is recovering from minor injuries after she was pushed on to the subway tracks in front of an oncoming 7 train. the nypd is looking for the man in the surveillance video seen running from the roosevelt avenue and 103rd street station in queens the. the conductor saw the 17-year- old girl on the tracks and hit the emergency brakes. she survived by squeezing between the platform and the wheels as it rolled by. hundreds of police officers turned out this morning for a former nypd cop who was shot
scott rapoport is live with the story. scott -- >> reporter: yeah, a sad and somber service for david hoffer, a man described by friends today as a great cop. at st. patrick's cathedral, more than 500 nypd officers along with cops from around the country honoring the life and memory of the former nypd cop david hoffer who spent five years with the department before taking a job with the police department in texas. shot and killed last tuesday while on duty, responding to a call of possible gunfire at a park near dallas. he was a new yorker. we're told he graduated from st. ann's high school in brooklyn and later nyu in 2009 and went on to the nypd where he was assigned to 29th precinct in the east village. he left for texas in 2014. he was engaged to be married. his death inspiring a huge
>> wonderful kid with -- couldn't speak higher. his dedication was to people. >> reporter: and now his remains flown to new york for one final good-bye with his family and fiance. he was 29 years old. he is survived by his mother, father, brother, sister and of course his fiance. live in midtown this afternoon, scott rapoport, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. a funeral took the place this morning for a 7-year-old girl who was killed in a hit- and-run in new jersey last week. family and friends gathered at st. joseph in west new york. she was struck while walking to school with her mother. police arrested two people in connection with the hit-and- run. plans for nancy reagan's funeral are expected to be released today. the nation is remembering the former first lady who died yesterday at her home in california. >> reporter: preparations for nancy reagan's funeral will
presidential library later today. flowers and arounds pay tribute outside the ronald reagan presidential library and museum. >> the first lady of the united states, nancy davis reagan. >> reporter: the former first lady was known as president reagan's fiercest protector and trusted political adviser. no moment caught the relationship better than when nancy told her husband how to answer a reporter. >> do everything we can. >> just say no. president's alzheimer's diagnosis in 1994, she advocated for stem cell research. nancy will be buried here at the ronald reagan presidential library next to her husband of 52 years. >> he was a presence. she really -- she was a presence. she really completed the meet. >> reporter: collin powell
>> we knew after about 24 to 48 hour, he started to become fretful, distracted. have a meeting. somebody call up and tell her she's got to come home. >> reporter: er the white house lowered the flags to half staff monday morning in nancy reagan's memory. we expect to learn the details about the funeral today. and we are told the public will have a chance to come here before that funeral to pay their respects. reporting in california, chris martinez, cbs 2 news. >> a spokeswoman for former president jimmy carter says the 91-year-old no longer needs cancer treatment. in august, he revealed that he was diagnosed with cancer. the doctors says mr. carter will resume treatment if needed. carter reportedly shared the good news with members of the sunday school class he teaches in his hometown of plain, georgia. new jersey transit and the rail workers union will be back
they met with the board in washington on friday. after five years without a contract or a raise, workers say they are fed up. if they go on strike and train services is halted, more than 100,000 commuters will have to find another way to work. the deadline is march 19. coming up, there's a new secret to weight loss and it's easier than you might think. plus this -- >> your friends destroyed this >> you know -- >> excuse me, i'm talking. >> the democrats spar ahead of tuesday's democratic primary in michigan. and peyton manning announcing his retirement today but it doesn't come without controversy. well, the calendar says winter but weather-wise, we are going to march into may over
i'll explain. governor andrew cuomo: there is an unhealthy income inequality gap that is only growing. if you work full-time you shouldn't have to choose between paying the rent and buying food. i say lift up the working families of this state and pay a real decent wage. we fight until this nation fulfills its promise of opportunity for all and that's what this
at noon. the breaking news we brought you at the top of the broadcast from noble avenue and 122nd street in bronx, it looks as though the situation is under control. a gentleman was just led away in handcuffs. there was talk that there could have been a hostage situation here but from what we know, we will get more information as we are notified here. someone was led away in handcuffs a few moments ago. okay at this time.
threatened nuclear attacks on the united states and south korea. the threats come as reaction to drills. kim jong-un is calling the drills invasion rehearsals. relations between north korea and its rivals have worsened since its recent tests. democrats and republicans will head to the polls in michigan and mississippi tomorrow while republicans will also vote in hawaii and idaho. >> reporter: donald trump and ted cruz are hoping tuesday's rubio. rubio is says he is not going anywhere, especially after a big win in puerto rico sunday. >> it proves what i have been saying, we don't have to be elections. conservative. >> reporter: but cruz won the most delegates this weekend with big victories in kansas and maine. and now trails trump by just 81.
beat donald trump. >> i would love to take ted on one on one. that would be so much fun. >> reporter: on the democratic side, the focus is on michigan where hillary rodham clinton and bernie sanders held a heated debate in flint. >> i voted to save the auto industry. he voted against the money that ended up saving the auto industry. >> if you are talking about the wall street bailout where some of your friends destroyed this economy -- >> you know -- >> exexcuse me, i'm talking. >> reporter: but both candidates agreed on one thing. >> we are, if elected president, going to invest a lot of money into mental health. and when you watch these republican debates, you know why we need to invest. >> reporter: clinton has an 11- point lead in michigan in the latest cbs battleground tracking poll. mark albert, cbs news, the white house. >> a cbs poll shows donald
the township council is meeting today to decide the fate of a pet store. animal cruelty. cbs 2 news reported on the store last week after families accused the store of knowingly selling sick animals. several dogs die after being purchased from just pups. the owner may lose his license today after he allegedly allowed healthy animals to be exposed to infectious diseases. starting today, drivers caught on camera using the bus lane will have to pay up. transportation will begin issuing $115 tickets to drivers photographed in the bus lanes. it links the bronx and queens. degrees? >> i like it. i like 70 even more. >> i know, i can't wait for. that let's find out about when it's coming 70 john.
we are going the feel the heat. definitely springing into spring a little early. weather watchers watching it too. upper 40s, some readings in the 50s. i like this observation, this is from mike, 47. but he does say, yeah, that southwest breeze is strong enough. gusts to 25. and keeping a chill in the air depending on what it's blowing over. and that's a key component to the cooler temperatures for the south shore. but i got to share great pictures. chickens in staten island, kirby for a walk. i mean, this is either a very, very small jeep or a very large chimp monk there but fun with wildlife. i just hope all of this gets your seal of approval. and thanks for that from mike. beautiful shot of a gray seal pup. and how about a look at the heavens? let's go to ireland quickly. look at some of the shots from northern ireland. just spectacular. and very little editing too.
as we look to the heavens, we see sun in the city. and some nice numbers too. mary said it, we hit the nifty 50 right now and then mike talking about the southwest wind at 20 miles per hour. that's in the parks. you know, a little stronger the south shore. 46 in babylon right now. 45 in the hamptons. you will be cooler here, 53 in edison. 14 degrees warmer than it was this time yesterday. so yeah, the trend, definitely heading up. 65 tomorrow. 70 on wednesday. and 57 is the normal high for april 15th. and if we hit the 70, that's going to be a may feel. that will be the normal high for may 12th. and that would break the record by one degree. that old record 69. any way you slice and dice, it's nice and well above normal. 47 is the normal. sun sets at 54:00. this is the weekend that we spring ahead. start resetting the clock and
look at all that daylight in the afternoon. a few clouds this afternoon. could see a stray shower tomorrow afternoon in the hudson valley. relatively quiet here. big problems out west with some very heavy rain. and that southwest wind brings in that mild breeze. tomorrow, we see more clouds but it feels like april. and then, shooting for 70 on wednesday. we give back a little bit on thursday. for your planning purpose poss, thursday a better chance for a shower or even a storm. early shower friday and then back where we started in the above normal 50s. but we will be spoiled by then. >> wow. >> looks good. >> what a week. >> find out the weather any time, just download the cbs 2 news weather app. check live radar and send us your weather pictures and videos. it is free. and available in the iphone store and google play. one of football all-time greats hanging up the jersey. peyton manning will officially announce retirement today.
seasons in the nfl and just weeks after leading his team to a super bowl victory. he leads the league. but there have been a few controversies, including allegations of sexual assault in college and doping as of recently. it's not clear what his plans are after retirement. weighing yourself often can help dieters lose weight. a study suggest frequent weighing may help improve a person's daily determination to shed pounds. researchers found people who weigh themselves six days a week had the largest increases in confidence to avoid overeating. it was presented friday at an american heart association meeting in phoenix. >> i am not one of those people. >> dust it off. still ahead, a royal get away. the new pictures from will,
ski trip. coming up on cbs 2 news tonight beginning at 5:00, the latest trends in beauty, from glittery lips to longer lash, what the experts say you will be seeing this year. and at 6:00 -- >> i love you. i miss you, come home. >> five years after his wife's days appearance and murder, a long island husband arrested. those stories and much more on cbs 2 news begin agent 5:00. adorable. the royals hit the slopes.
pictures of their first vacation as a family of four. how adorable. they took their children to the french alps for fun in the snow. the palace shared the picture on twitter and it's the children's first time playing in the snow. and they squeezed in a snowball fight. at least for the cameras. i'm sure she won. >> that family. >> adorable. >> so that's where the snow is, the alps. >> that's it for us at noon. for john and the entire cbs 2 news team, thank you for joining. i am mary calvi. >> and i am chris wragge.
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>> victoria: with dad in jail, it's been so chaotic here. the media won't let up. the business pages are nailing newman. and the department heads are bombarding me with questions. i'm sorry, but i don't have the answers. >> nikki: listen to me. i know you can handle this, okay? you just stay strong, keep your focus, let the world know that even though victor has fallen, the company will not. >> victoria: yeah, well, we both know it won't be that easy. and i keep expecting adam to show up and stake his claim. >> victor: getting ahead of yourself? >> nikki: victor. >> victoria: you made bail. >> victor: you probably wish i hadn't. steal this company right out from under me, right? get out of the chair.