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-- captions by vitac -- > p a traffic st. pnow tnow the suspected co are in custody. this is cnn breaking news. good morning, everyone. i am alison kosik in for christi pa paul. >> two police officers are shot and killed in the line of duty. authorities say that the officers were killed late last
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night. officials have arrested two suspects. this new photo shows one of the suspects, and we will have it up in a moment, here it is, of being taken into custody. today i spoke to a reporter in hatties burg, and he took the photo. >> that suspect, curtis banks, he was the final suspect to be apprehended. they got him at a local apartment complex called plantation place. when he was pulled out of the car, he was continuing to scream. i was actually able to get close enough to him to ask did he do it, and in turn he said, no, sir, i did not. and they continued to take him away inside for questioning at that time. right after the incident, a female suspect was also taken into custody from the suspect's vehicle, but we do not have a
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name on her as of now. >> let's bring in cnn's rosa flores who has been digging to get more details. what you have learned? >> we hear from law enforcement experts all the time, and there is no such thing as a regular traffic stop. this is exactly what turned out to be the case in this particular case in mississippi. now, here is what we know from authorities. like you mentioned, two police officers now dead and two suspects in custody. here is what we have learned from authorities as to how all of this went down, and so these two police officers made a traffic stop, the next thing you know, shots are fired. these two police officers are sent to the hospital and they later die at the hospital. now, what transpires back at the scene. what we learned from authorities, these two suspects allegedly stole the police
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vehicle, that police cruiser, and used it as a getaway car, and then, you know, disappeared. well, of course, with some police work, police were actually able to find them to apprehend them. the local paper there, the "clarion ledger," telling us, reporting that marion banks was actually found at 1:15 a.m. and was apprehended at a motel, and curtis banks was later apprehended, about 3:00 a.m., and no detailed circumstances about how they found these men, and there was a woman also arrested, and the woman is in custody but we don't know the relationship between these two banks suspects and this woman. i have to go back, victor, to these two police officers. we have learned more about these police officers.
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benjamin dean, he was officer of the year in 2012. we know and understand that he leaves behind a wife and two children. it's mother's day. let's not forget that. this wife now waking up today without a husband. she has two children. officer tate, the other officer, a recent grad of the academy, and he is not married but he is probably surrounded by family that are hurting today, and think about his mother, again, and it's mother's day, and so all of these different elements just bring the complexity to the heart, victor, the fact that it is mother's day and two mothers are probably thinking about their sons. >> yeah, bringing this tragedy home for us. we are continuing to push forward to get more on the breaking news. rosa, thank you so much. >> you are welcome. now on to some severe weather. we have seen the country, and
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tornadoes ripping through parts of texas yesterday and oklahoma, and it was not just the high winds doing the damage, areas across the plains saw hail the size of your fists along with severe thunderstorms. the city, i understand, alina, is under severe thunderstorm streets? >> reporter: that's right, alison, we are under a severe thunderstorm watch in the dallas area, and we also learned north of here in denton county, there is a tornado warning, so people there are taking cover and being careful, keeping the eyes on skies. the violent storms that we saw just two hours west of where we are in eastland county texas,
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that's where we heard of one confirmed tornado. that tornado tore through cisco, texas, killing one person and critically injuring another, and there are downed power lines and street flooding in the down pea. we also know there were confirmed tornados in colorado and kansas, so yesterday was a very difficult day in terms of violent weather throughout this area. today, again, there is the threat for more severe weather in this area, so we are definitely keeping an eye on the skies and making sure that everybody is safe, alison. >> we want you to be safe as you continue your work there under the thunderstorm threat there in texas. 32 million people could be in the path of severe weather today, and don't forget the tropical storm hitting the
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carolinas. >> yeah, we are three weeks away from hurricane season, and what we have a squall line moving through and that straight line wind damage potential with threatening range and lightning. sometimes you get a spin up here as far as a tornado, and we had a tornado warning briefly issued to the north of dallas. what has happened is that rotation has fallen apart, and it's still a straight line wind damage, and they issued a severe thunderstorm warning, so we are not concerned so much as a spinning, but all of this is about to move through the dallas metroplex, and they are going to get hit good, and you widen out the view, and this is a threat that not only continues for texas, but this storm system is quite expansive and connects up to an area of low pressure up and bringing blizzard conditions. yes, you heard right, 12 to 24 inches of snowfall into the rockies, but what we have today
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is another threat by later this afternoon, and just like yesterday if you were with us, we had morning thunderstorms and redevelopment through the afternoon. as these storms begin to move off to the north and east, you see it on the trailing backside of it, these storms are worry some by this evening, and they could develop into super cells, the ones that put down tornados, and all of this pushes into east, not only into texas but iowa as well. the worse of the weather into dallas and iowa, and everywhere in between we have the potential of storms, and myrtle beach, tropical storm ana, it will continue to weaken, but just leftover showers and the threat there will be diminishing. >> thank you so much. we are also following a breaking story in the philippines. a super typhoon makes landfall. >> the storm is packing
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philippines, that's what they have been dealing with. super typhoon noul made landfall. we have james on the phone from the santa ana, philippines. what are you seeing there? >> it has been a very long and grueling afternoon, and the winds have been up for four or five hours now, and it's dark so it's difficult to get an idea of what is going on except that it's very noisy, and there's rain and really it's difficult to get an idea of what the damage is as well, so we won't have an idea until tomorrow. >> james often the sad truth is that these typhoons, the super typhoons hit areas with weak infrastructure and weak structures. give us an idea of the homes and buildings there and the support
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systems that were in place before this storm hit? >> yeah, you know, you are absolutely right. the infrastructure in this part of the world is very basic. a lot of people lived in just shacks, really. these structures have no chance of surviving storms like this. i heard a report in the local media of people having to be rescued, and the population is very vulnerable. >> are you feeling the most intense part of the storm now or is it dying down? >> from the satellite images i have been looking at for the last couple of hours, i am inclined to believe the absolute worst of the storm just missed this area and was just offshore,
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and there are very severe conditions, but the wall just missed this area. >> good fortune for you, but unfortunately it's somebody else's misfortune. storm chaser james reynolds on the phone with us. a quick break and we will be right back.
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this week the pentagon increased security because of isis activity, and this morning the threat level remains at an increased threat level. and jim, i know you will be talking about the chairman of the homeland security committee today. what are you looking for? >> we have had a lot of talk about boots on the ground in iraq to fight isis there, and now you have this threat against 3,200 military installations around the u.s., and the fair question is, is this the new front line against the fight
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against isis here in the homeland and what is law enforcement doing to protect american soldiers here from a threat, from lone wolfs and others in this country that is really hard for intelligence and others to track and keep from carrying out acts of violence. >> you have president obama's point man to fight isis, and what are you expecting to hear from him. >> we are going to talk to fred mctkpwurbg, and we will ask him, how is the fight going there. we are several months in, and they are just beginning to train moderate syrian rebels, but when you look at the map on the screen, that map has not changed a lot in the last several months, and are iraqi forces with u.s. backing, are they winning it or just managing to hold back isis on the ground? when will that change? we're not talking about in terms
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of months but in terms of years. when are we going to see progress on the ground. >> looks like you will get good headlines out of the show. jim scuitto, thanks. the pope met with castro at the vatican this morning, and we will talk about what they talked about and why this is such a key meeting. i am william styles, and i want to show you my city. when you think of memphis, you think of bill street and barbecue, and you think of blues, and most of all you think about elvis. ♪ since my baby left me ♪ this is where it all began, sun studios. >> elvis presley started recording in 1953, and johnny
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church for helping to mend the u.s. and cuba relations. >> pope francis will visit cuba, becoming the third consecutive pope to do so. and michelle obama gave a speech on the trials she faced as the first african-american first lady, saying she was held to a different standard than other candidate's wives in the campaign because of her race. listen to this. >> while we have come so far, the truth is that those age-old problems are stubborn, and they have not fully gone away, so there will be times just like for those airmen, when you feel like folks look right past you, or they see just a fraction of who you really are. the world won't always see you in these caps and gowns.
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>> mrs. obama added that she has since learned to focus on her own truth and suggested the graduates from the historically black university will have to do the same in life. prince's song dedicated to baltimore is out and he talks about freddie gray who died in police custody last month and michael brown who was shot by a police officer last year. ♪ does anybody hear us pray for michael brown or freddie gray ♪ ♪ this is more than the absence of war ♪ >> the song is called "baltimore", and in another part he says let's take all the guns away. he performed it the day before before the mother's day concert. the riots broke out last month forcing the orioles to
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play with no fans in the stands, and now they will return home to face-off with the blue jays, and some are promoting the game as re-opening day and encouraging fans to come out in groves. the washington wizards, they look like they could blow a 21-point lead against the hawks, but with five seconds left, dribbles, and an imbalanced jumper, and it hits the glass and the net and goes through, and with that win, the wizards lead 2-1 in the best of seven series. >> i love that! >> that was part of my job, atlanta. we are right next door to the home of the hawks, just doing the job, not celebrating, just doing the job. >> happy mother's day to all those moms out there. >> yeah, happy mother's day mom. >> happy mother's day mom.
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