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we are not sure who is doing it. have a wonderful weekend. a lot going on, beautiful weather. we'll see you on monday. ships in the gulf ordered to evacuate as tropical storm bonnie is on track for a direct hit. bp says hopes of sealing the days. we have the latest. presidential apology. shirley sherrod gets a personal call from president obama. we will tell you what's next for the woman caught in the middle of a racial firestorm. buffalo rampage. a bison goes berserk in yellowstone national park. injuring a woman with her family. it is all caught on tape. the tourist and her family are live in our studio for an exclusive interview. enrique's euphoria. ♪ the international superstar
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rocked the plaza early this friday morning, july 23rd, 2010. captioning funded by cbs good morning. i'm erica hill. great to have you with us. >> i'm chris wragge. you can see the people. what have we been singing all morning long? i will start it and you finish it. baby. >> i like. >> it enrique iglesias, the summer early concert series rolls on this morning. >> a way to get you especially friday morning. lots of screaming girls ahead. >> we wouldn't have it any other way around here. enrique iglesias, we cannot wait for that. want to talk about weather. you are talking about across the whole nation. the heat. the south. >> much more serious note. thunderstorms and flooding. you can see pictures here in southern wisconsin, milwaukee airport closed. and two people struck by lightning. and then this.
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i think we have a picture. driver, here is the sinkhole. you are about to see in the sinkhole an escalade. the driver just filled up his tank. goes down 20 feet, the car was still running two hours later. he had to be pulled out. >> 7 1/2 inches of rain in a two-hour period in parts of southern wisconsin. we will talk about this weather. a tornado in bristol, connecticut two days ago. you have to to explain. start with the south. top story, tropical storm bonnie. bearing down on the gulf. she tore through the bahamas last night with sustained winds of 40 miles per hour. forecasters say the storm should be getting much stronger. we have team coverage this morning from florida to louisiana. let's begin with cbs news correspondent kelly cobiella, grand isle, louisiana. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris. tropical storm watches are now in effect for a large part of the gulf coast from florida to louisiana. and that means they could see tropical storms have conditions in the next 48 hours. so all of that boom being collected from marshes, skimming
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boats are coming in, and those ships out of the well site are moving out of the path of the storm. ships drilling relief wells began to pack up and leave thursday night. along with the rest of the floating city. >> we are under the assumption somewhere around -- very early in the morning on saturday we can see a storm force winds at the well site. >> reporter: they will not open the well before they go because the cap has been in place for a week with no major leaks or signs of trouble. the remotely operated vehicles, unmanned submarines, will be gone and the well could be unwatched for days. >> this is all bp control. >> reporter: doug suttles says engineers may have some data on the well but not until after the storm is gone. >> we are trying to have some capability to do things like take storm images, photographs, video, other things, that we can actually collect after the storm passes. we can't do live monitoring. >> reporter: the main concern is safety. that was the topic for the panel
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investigating the spill thursday. they heard from the widow of a worker killed when the deepwater horizon explode. >> from day one. >> reporter: she said her husband was worried about operations on the rig owned by transocean. >> we had many conversations about the pressure on the rig and the mud they were losing. i think he knew he was going back to the problem. >> reporter: that panel hears more witnesses today but really the focus today is on this storm, what happens next, and, of course, this storm will delay the efforts to plug that well by anywhere from 10 to 14 days. chris? >> kelly cobiella in grand isle, louisiana, for thus morning. thank you. bonnie is expected to first hit florida later today. cbs news correspondent don teague is in key west with the latest on the preparations there for us this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris. there are no mandatory evacuations here in key west. they are expecting quite a storm
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when tropical storm bonnie blows in here, stimulate they are afternoon, with at least 40 miles per hour winds. and up to five inches of rain. the second named storm of the season went from tropical disturbance to tropical storm bonnie in a matter of hours. blowing through the bahamas with winds up to 40 miles an hour. now bonnie is heading northwest and expected to hit the florida keys later today. then on to the gulf of mexico by saturday and bringing high winds and torrential downpours. the officials handed out sandbags tos are dens dents. while some key west visitors refused to cut their vacations short, others are worried. >> we heard it was tropical storm coming. we were nervous. >> reporter: mark gibbons isn't taking any chances. >> i just think it will be a lot of wind and rain. i'm not concerned that it is going to, you know, destroy anything or whatever. but i would rather take the safe precautions now and get it out.
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>> reporter: charter bo captain tony spohn says his crew is prepared for anything. >> intensifies after it comes off the bahamas, that's another story. and we need to get the extra ropes out. >> reporter: obviously the weather is still good here right now but that's supposed to change dramatically later today. it does take much more than a tropical storm, though to shut down key west. they are taking precautions and most of the people we spoke with here say they are staying to ride out the storm. >> tough down there. don, thanks. don teague in key west. we want to get to you the latest on shirley sherrod. over the past few days she has been flooded with apologies. perhaps the biggs one, though, coming yesterday from president obama. chief correspondent chip reid has more on that. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you know, this is not the first time president obama has had to deal with a media firestorm over race. >> she did accept his apology?
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>> yes. >> reporter: closed door and contrite president. president obama finally reached former agriculture department employee shirley sherrod to apologize for her firing and to encourage her to come back to work. >> the president -- i think that's an opportunity for to you con that work if you want to do so. >> reporter: an offer sherrod has yet to accept and an interview mr. obama conceded his agriculture secretary acted hastily. >> he jumped the gun partly because we now live in this media culture where something goes up on youtube or a blog and everybody scrambles. >> reporter: this week's controversy over sherrod's words during an naacp speech is just the latest event to overshadow a white house that's tried to stay above the fray on race. as a candidate the president's former preacher, jeremiah wright, ignited a racial debate when the rech repd's controversial sermons went viral on the internet. the incident threatened obama's candidacy but he recovered with an address on race relations. >> working together we can move
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beyond some of our old rash april wounds. then, in fact, we have no choice. we have no choice if we are to con on the path of a more perfect -- >> reporter: a year ago president obama publicly reacted to the arrest of his friend, henry lewis gates, outside of gates home by a white police officer. >> i think it is fair to say, number one, any of us would be angry. number two, that the cambridge police acted stupidly. >> reporter: that offhand remark ignited another passionate debate and was within days followed by this remark. >> i could have calibrated those words differently. >> reporter: the hope here at the whousz is that this firestorm has mostly been doused and can get back focusing on the president's agenda. erica? >> chip reid, thanks. whether or not the firestorm has been doused is open for interpretation. joining us now conservative author and commentator ann coulter and analyst tanya acker. good to have you with us this
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morning. it is open for interpretation. there was so much talk after president obama was elected we were now in this post-racial america which clearly this past week shows that's not the case. ann, why does this keep happening? >> i don't think it has been post-racial for us. with this administration, mean, as your package shows, you had the president calling sergeant crowley saying he was acting stupidly. up to now, you have this -- you know, prosecutors the new black panthers on the ground they won't prosecute. sonia sotomayor saying she was a wise latina and ruling against white firemen who didn't get promotions because of their race. it has been nonstop, nonstop, nonstop. >> but why? >> i think we found out from the journal in this large part and that's liberal journalists, hundreds of them, chitchatting about how to protect obama and, you know, they are openly saying
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that we are in trouble ask we need to distract from what's going on. let's just randomly call the conservative racist. so liberals do this all the time to distract from what's going on. >> i'm guessing you don't agree with that, tanya. >> speaking of distracts, ironic. with all due respect to ann, a lecture on race relations from someone that says she does many need to be perfected. moving past that, i think when you look at this incident let's not get distracted of what happened. a woman's whose father was murdered by a white farmer which there was never an indictment, never prosecution, was telling a story about racial redemption. and what we saw happened on the right, an dry breibart ran with the story. i expect selected it itting from the breibarts and hannitys. what's problematic here is what you are seeing is that the mainstream press is being cowed by the right wing journalism. folks on the right making these things up. taking things out context. gosh darn it, why doesn't the
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rest of the media report on this? this poor woman was krusfied until we found out what really happened. >> how much of that is either side? these things happen on both sides. it is not just one side of the other. kowtowing to another side. we live in a society, people don't take the time they need to check the facts. >> i would contest it happens on both sides. things taken out context, i never said you need to be perfected. accurately described the newscast. how about the photo as msnbc is describing white men bringing guns to obama rallies where they only show the gun. you don't see the black man with the gun. run by john pedes that on obama's transition team shows an alleged nazi at the pee party announcing i'm racist. you -- >> saw footage that was ran months ago showing certain crowds at rallies and they were from a different event. this happened across the board. >> pulled back there the center
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for american progress and it is all -- it is all tea party. saying go home, you are not one of us. you have cbs news reporting itself that john lewis was called the "n" word 15 times. that's a lie. that's a despicable lie. it never happened. why hasn't cbs news apologized? >> why the zoon back and forth on both sides is there any way to resolve it and get a conversation going? >> certainly. i think we have to depend on -- depends on who is trying to have the conversation. i think that there are plenty of well-meaning americans who do want to try to deal with the issue of race and in a responsible way without the name calling. without trying to suspend racism on either side. and i think this really -- matter of having that conversation and respectful and productive way. >> i appreciate your both coming in to have that conversation this morning. ann coulter and tanya acker, thank you for your time. betty nguyen has a look at the rest of the headlines this friday morning. good morning. more severe weather is expected in the midwest today. right on the heels of the storm front that caused widespread
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flooding. southern wisconsin was hardest hit. heavy rain overwhelmed drainage systems and the airport runways were flooded. stephanie brown of our milwaukee station wdjk reports. >> reporter: a tornado touched down reported in several states including wisconsin. this twister touched down about 40 miles west of milwaukee. it was the rain that was really the big problem. the large weather system brought torrential downpours and massive flooding to southern wisconsin. and in milwaukee nearly eight inches of rain fell within a few hours. >> very, very quickly overwhelmed the system when you have that much rain. because of the magnitude of the storm, because of the damage that it has already done, we again quickly activated the emergency operation center. >> reporter: and there was flash flooding trapping people in cars and turning roadways into rivers. and at an intersection near downtown milwaukee, the rain was
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so fast and furious that it opened up a giant sinkhole. caught in the catastrophe, a driver waiting at a light, the sinkhole sent him, cadillac escalade, even the traffic light plummeting down 20 feet. a witness pulled a stunned driver out of the sinkhole. filling up with sewer water by its belt loops. almost two hours later, the cadillac escalade was still running. the driver gassed up just before the earth gave way. in milwaukee, stephanie brown, cbs news. back to you. to wall street. where the dow started off at a two-week high. here's a live look at what's happening right now on the big board. coming off of yesterday's 200-point rally. cbs news, business and economic correspondent rebecca jarvis has more now from the new york stock exchange. good morning, rebecca. >> good morning. what a difference a couple of
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days makes. ben bernanke yesterday reassures the markets after spooking them wednesday by telling investors and americans he's willing to do whatever it takes to push bore othering costs down and make them lower so americans can get more money if the jobs picture does than recover quickly. we also heard positivity from ups. this morning we heard from microsoft and american express about the positivity they are seeing as far as business and consumer demand. >> in the midst of this, i understand several big wall street banks are about to be taken for task for huge bonus payments they made during the height of the financial crisis. >> that's correct. kenneth feinberg, obama's appointed pay czar, is going to release the report today, that shows 17 big banks in this country put out $1.6 billion in bonuses that he will say were ill-advised. not lawful but ill-advised.
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the expectation is we will hear the citigroup, goldman sach, aig, companies that received a lot of of hour tax dollars, got big bonus payments at the height of the crisis. >> rebecca jarvis for us this morning. thank you. dave price is off today. lonny skwin here with the first check of the weather. good morning, lonny.
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hey, thank you, lonnie. well, good morning! good friday morning.wake up. a slither of sunshine in san jose. but as the morning wears on, we'll see more sunshine and less clouds down in the south bay and pretty nice temperatures today. highs in the lower 80s. speak of your temperatures, let's take a look. near 90 inland, nothing but sunshine. a few more clouds around the bay with the mid-60s. and cloudy with fog for the coast, in the lower 60s. more sunshine and a foggy coastline for the weekend. that's your latest weather. with all this tough weather, nicest spot in the country, portland, oregon. 82, mostly sunny skies. >> far away. >> headed to portland. >> thank you. coming up, guess what, caught on tape. a tourist gets trampled by a bison at yellowstone national park. we will speak exclusively to her and her family coming up. the text message oksana
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,,,, when we come back, if you haven't heard about this story, a bison attack at yellowstone national park. we'll talk to the folks involved in a second. this bison all of a sudden charges and lights out. >> clearly agitated. they're live if our studio for an exclusive interview. this is "the early show" on cbs. >> announcer: this portion of "the early show" is sponsored by expedia, the best travel tools are all in one place. where you book matters. expedia. i can take one airline out... and another home. so with more flight options, i can find the combination that gets me there and back quickest.
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good morning. it's 7:25. in the headlines, a concord man is under arrest in connection with the death of his 2-year-old step- grandson. jacob bisbee was attacked by as many as three pit bulls in the family garage yesterday. the step-grandfather owned the dogs that were euthanized a few hours after the attack. santa clara county deputies say the man who was killed at a marijuana garden had pointed a rifle at them. they found 60 to $80 million worth of pot plants at the remote area south of livermore. bart's directors put the proposed connector to the oakland airport back on track yesterday with a new financing plan. but the board postponed a decision on what to do with the budget surplus. traffic and weather right after this. [ meg whitman ] if we could only do one thing, putting people back to work
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would be the most important thing. the human cost of 2 million californians out of work is devastating, and i think, often, politicians forget about that because they don't see it every day. i see it every day. i think raising taxes on californians today is absolutely the wrong thing to do. we have to streamline regulations, we have to cut taxes for businesses,
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and then we have to stand up and compete. california needs to lead the nation again, and i think we can do it. good morning. out to fremont traffic is recovering southbound 880 approaching mowry. tow truck on the way to this crash. it was blocking a lane and is off to the shoulder. it's sluggish past thornton avenue. 880 through oakland this looks good no issues past the coliseum and they did clear that earlier accident. that was also on 880 in the southbound lanes approaching 23rd. other approaches to the bay bridge looks great down the eastshore freeway. really no problem spots at all
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through richmond through berkeley. this is close to ashby avenue. you can see plenty of room between cars. 19 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze and still no metering lights at the bay bridge even though we had a stall on the incline earlier this morning, it never backed things up. that is your traffic. for your forecast, here's tracy. >> hey, thanks, elizabeth. friday forecast, i just like the sound of that. not forecast, but friday. here's a look out toward the transamerica building. plenty of clouds out there. so let's talk about the forecast. clouds along the coastline today with fog expected. highs in the lower 60s. sunshine in the bay with the mid-60s expected. and temperatures inland, plenty of sunshine, temperatures near 90 degrees. saturday and sunday, a lot like today. similar temperatures as well as conditions, fog for the coast, sunshine inland, and cooler temperatures expected monday, tuesday and wednesday.
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♪ we a ♪ we are turning up the temperature here on the "early show" friday morning. it is very nice. you are going to love this. ber national superstar enrique iglesias will rock the "early show requests plaza. his new hits and classics. welcome back to "the early show." >> just when you thought the ongoing battle between mel gibson and his ex-girlfriend couldn't get any more bizarre, frankly, now text messages have been released. reportedly between the two. what's this do to the investigation to the possible case here? it is a new day and new detail. >> something new every day. a trip to yellowstone national park turned into a might mayor for one family.
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they were trying to get a picture after bison and suddenly attacked. i was all caught on tape. we are going to talk exclusively to the family in just a moment. first, this is what happened. >> we will get a shot of him getting gored by the buffalo. >> reporter: she was kidding about getting attacked by the bison, that's what happened next. >> back, back, back. >> reporter: race on vacation captured it on her camera as her brother-in-law, donald, got too close to the animal. >> back, back, back. >> reporter: the bison clearly agitated charged donald and then hayes sending her into a panic. hayes ran for cover behind a tree but the bison kept coming. >> i could hear him over me stomping and snorting. i just knew, i knew that was it. you know. i thought this is going to be my last moment. yell stone park. stomped by a buffalo. >> reporter: a closer look at the video shows a stick hitting
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the bison in the back which may have further provoked the animal. the attack is a stark reminder of the park's policy to keep your distance from wildlife. joining us exclusively now, cathy hayes, her husband, jeff, his brother, donald. good morning to the three of you. i guess it is safe to say you are lucky to escape with your lives from that situation. >> oh, yes. >> yes. >> it was -- it was scary. i thought i was going to die. i really did. >> we see in the video something -- looks to be a stick. inside of the bison. are either of the three of you responsible for doing anything to get the attention of the bison by throwing anything at it? >> no. as you watch the video from the beginning, you can see there a s a white -- something white walking across the parking lot. i think -- as we were taking it, once he gets to that clearing, he starts to shake it. i think it is annoying him. and he shakes it.
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it comes up, hits him sxefl hits him on the back and that's when he decides he is upset. >> the other big question the people at home are asking themselves, why would you get out of the car and get that close to an animal this size? >> we were across the parking lot. donald and. >> i we were in the parking lot. we were taking photos of geysers. and then my brother and my other brother yelled bison. we looked around and saw it walking in the parking lot. >> at that point i would think most people would say okay, let's stay as far as away from this thing as possible. i mean, this is -- i know, half a ton animal. you guys decided to video it and get as close as you possibly could. when did you finally realize this is a bad idea? >> as soon as i started seeing him paw the ground. my husband is yelling get out, get out. then i -- hid behind a tree. it went for him first. he was in the clearing. i was hiding behind a tree.
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he went after him and he fell. and immediately he was down. the bison turned on me. i ran behind a clump of trees and hit the tree hard. three to four inches, you know, big. so he hit them hard. i was going to run to another clump of trees. i knew that tree wouldn't last. he turned on a dime. came after me and hit me in this leg and flipped me like a rag doll in the air. >> what are you thinking? you are watching this happen and seeing your brother and wife being attacked. >> well, it -- you can't get complacent. they seem so docile when they are walking around. but it was amazing how fast he got agitated and irritated and turned. all of a sudden, you know, we are like i knew it wasn't a good situation. as soon as he kicked his legs and started changing his demeanor, get back, get out thereof. >> they are big. they are quick once they get going. let me ask you about your injuries, cathy.
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what are the extent of your injuries now? >> bison hit me here. which is like -- >> go ahead if you would like to show it. graphic for those of you at home. >> this is where the bison initially hit me with his horn. i went flying end over end. then i landed on my kneecap. and -- this is what i got to show for it good what are the doctors saying? >> the doctors -- one doctor said he would operate it but my insurance wouldn't cover it. so he. >> did not operate. >> i broke my big left toe and then when my elbow hit the ground, i shattered my right shoulder. and i have three ribs that are in bad shape. i see an orthopedic surgeon tuesday. see what goes
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>> the other big story, tropical storm bonnie. make land fall around 2:00 this afternoon with winds 40 miles per hour. that's it for weather. >> all eyes on that one. just revealed text messages reportedly sent by mel gibson. could they spell more troubles for the actor? a closer look with our legal analyst. ate domestic violence. we'll take a close leer with our analyst. this is the erlt show on cbs. when you have osteoporosis, like me,
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purportedly between the two which could mean more trouble important the star. we heard audiotapes tellingly capture mel gibson ranting and raving with his ex-girl friend, oksana grigoriera. in january gibson allegedly punched grigoriera twice in the head and tried to choke her while she was holding their baby. >> hiing a woman when she is holding a child in her hand, breaking her teeth twice, in the twas, what kind of a man is that? >> now newly released text messages obtained by radar online purportedly show gibson apologizing. >> he would like to come by and make amends. >> what do you want to get out of this? >> lawyers for gibson deny the actor has ever hit grigoriera and accused her of extortion. >> i will never forgive you for what you have done to me!
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you [ bleep ]. >> greg greg reportedly turned down $15 million from gibson to keep the tapes quiet. >> texts and e-mails exist that show that there were either ulterior motives or azigsal motives beyond those that she stated in making the tape recordings. some of those motives might be evidence of extortion. >> joining us now with cbs news legal analyst jack ford. we mentioned the civil suit off the top learn being this morning tmz reporting ready go, alleged say salt and battery and emotional disdress. when you hear that this morning what are you thinking? >> not a surprise. when you look at how this thing was playing out and the level of animosity that we are hearing about between the two of them, i'm sure her lawyers are saying all right, you have a whole arsenal here a your hands in terms of legally what you can do. one is, obviously, they are trying to negotiate some sort of a settlement in terms of, as we said, the custody and financial situation. i'm sure her lawyers are saying look, we have to cover the bases. one of them is you are saying he did this to you. we should have one of those
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lawsuits ready to go, too, in case this doesn't get worked out. >> more of standard legal praying procedure. >> again, you are looking at all the possibilities and her lawyer say thing is one of them. >> let's take a closer look at the text messages released between the two. this is one from mel gibson which -- i spent two hours with a therapist today and regained perspective. i'm telling you now, i would like to come by to make amends. goes on to say i wasn't safe for you last night. add this to everything else we have seen, what does this do to a potential case? >> the prosecutor is trying to put together a puzzle, taking different pieces and hoping that the picture ultimately -- if they have enough evidence, will show that mel gibson indeed assaulted her. those are the pieces of the puzzle. first her saying that's what happened. that's ail have you, classic he said, she said, is that enough oftentimes, no. you add to that the tapes we heard. the ainge other those tapes. if i'm the prosecutor this is
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sounding like somebody that could have done what she said. in addition to the tape one noypt time, you know, she says what kind of man are you, you know, hitting a woman holding a by by and knocking out two teeth. his comment according to the tape is you deserved this. again, that's not a denial. that's awfully close to a confession and admission. the case -- when you look at the text now, you have him saying i wasn't safe for you last night, again, if you are the prosecutor you are saying not a confession but certainly not a denial and awfully close to admitting that indeed he did what she says. >> quite an arsenal. also the accusations of attemptattempt ed extortion. >> this is starting to sound like a law school final exam question. when you throw in all of those scenarios and say okay, now, you figure it out, you know, you are hearing about the possibility of a civil lawsuit here. you are hearing about dissatisfaction with whatever that settlement or proposed settlement was in terms of how much money would exchange hands.
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i'm sure on mel gibson's side, we heard some of it, there are suggestions that this is -- there is more to the story. more might be this idea of trying to get money from him in an inappropriate fashion. >> we should point out this is in the investigation phase. the fact that all these things are being released, obtained by the one website, does that tan the case? >> interesting. sounds like it should. probably not. you know, how that all got released might be the subject of some other legal problems. but if indeed it is him on the tape and hasn't been doctored and a court would look at that and say we are satisfied with it, it probably wouldn't interfere with that prosecution. that will have to fall on its own mayor fits jack, thanks. always good to have you with us. still ahead this morning, our super fan is living the dream. we will talk to him about what's happening at the annual wild convention. this is "the early show." on th. let's get better prices... and better paint.
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b-s five... i'm it is 7:55. time for news headlines from cbs 5. i'm sydnie kohara. san jose mayor chuck reed is tired of waiting for major league baseball to decide if his city can pursue the oakland as so he plans to ask the city council for a november ballot measure that would ask voters if the as should be allowed to build a new ballpark downtown. baseball official have gone 16 months without deciding on that territorial rights issue. sheriff's deputies found 60 to $80 million worth of marijuana plants after a deadly raid in santa clara county. it happened wednesday in the east foothills as deputies scouted a very remote area. investigators say a man there threatened deputies with a rival, prompting three deputies to shoot him after he threatened them with a rifle. a bakery closed its doors, neldams struggling to keep up
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with rent. it opened in 1929 surviving the great depression but not all hope is lost for fans of neldams. the east bay express says they are moving to the pinole area and may open additional locations. traffic and weather right after this.
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let's go out to sonoma county. following an injury accident, southbound 101 a van veered off the road and hit a bicyclist. fire crews and emergency crews are blocking the right lane. carolyn with the kcbs phone force said traffic is slow from petaluma boulevard north. so watch out for a little bit of he slow traffic through there. overall conditions are friday light. westbound 237 looks great heading towards silicon valley and at the bay bridge toll plaza, never had any need for any metering lights and looks good up the incline. that is your traffic. for your forecast, here's tracy. >> hey, thanks, elizabeth. here we are coit tower. there you go. i have plenty of clouds in the background there. those clouds well along the coastline this morning and because they are low clouds, we do have delays on arrivals at sfo just under one hour. so if you are traveling, heading out for the weekend, you might want to call ahead. temperatures today near 90 inland, upper 60s around the bay, lower 60s for the coast, and a pretty good-looking
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[ applause ] our "early summer concert series" continues. after 15 years in the spot loot, >> preview this morning after 50 years in the spotlight, enrique iglesias hotter than ever. if you notice euphoria, the album, the feeling in the crowd. we tracked in suspicious and english, perhaps some older favorites. all that coming up. welcome back to "the early show" i'm erica hill with chris wragge, harry off this morning. >> it is the largest convention in the western hemisphere, it's the annual comic con, not just
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about tv. we sent our super fan -- maybe he was pictured there. right into the thick of this pop culture extravaganza. we'll speak to him in a few moments. >> he's the man for the job. can't wait to see. >> betty nguyen standing by for the headlines at the news desk. good morning. >> good morning. tropical storm bonnie headed toward the gulf of mexico on a direct path to the broken bp oil well. bonnie packing 40-mile-per-hour winds is expected to reach southern florida today and move over the gulf late tomorrow or sunday. cbs news correspondent kelly cobiella is on grand isle, louisiana, with the latest. good morning, kelly. >> reporter: good morning, betty. tropical storm watches are on a large part of the gulf, florida to louisiana. the evacuation order has already been given for two dozen ships working on the well, along with 2,000 people were told to pack
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up and move into safer water last night. the well in the meantime will remain capped. no new well will oil. bp is confident it will hold without any major problems but they won't be able to watch it for a few days. this will cause a delay obviously in operations, but bp is confident as well they can pretty much pick up where they left off as soon as the storm threat happens. betty. >> kelly cobiella on grand isle, louisiana. thank you. more severe weather forecast for parts of the midwest. yesterday this tornado touched down about 40 miles west of milwaukee one of several that was spotted. torrential rains led to massive flooding in milwaukee. nearly eight inches of rain fell within a few hours. a sinkhole actually swallowed a car, take a look, and the milwaukee airport was closed when the runways were flooded. now to the latest on kyron horman, the oregon boy 7 years old been missing since early june. kyron's birth parents are pleading with a friend of the stepmother to cooperate with
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investigators. the parents say the friend has given the stepmom advice that is hindering the search for kyron. police searched her apartment last week. it's still unclear if they found anything. the parents say if she causes a delay finding kyron, they will consider civil remedies against her. an update on a story we've been following, the uproar in the l.a. area over three city officials. >> you guys, i'm not up there. if i was up there -- >> after a heated meeting that ran past midnight the bell city council announced all three have resigned. the city of less than 40,000 people was paying its chief administrative officer robert rizzo nearly $800,000 a year. the assistant city manager was getting $376,000 a year. and the police chief, $457,000.
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all three will get substantial lifetime pensions. finally a follow-up on that dramatic picture we showed you yesterday of the whale that crashed onto a passing sailboat off the coast of west africa. turns out somebody caught it on video. the 40-ton whale leaps out of the sea, there it goes, and lands right on top of the boat bringing its mast down. the boat stayed afloat. the two people on board were okay. and the whale, it went on its way. katie couric now has a preview of tonight's cbs evening news. good morning. tonight, terror closer to home. we'll show you how mexican drug cartels are using al qaeda terror tactics right in our backyard. that story and more only
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>> this weather report sponsored by mercedes benz. experience truly great engineering today at your authorized dealer. >> all right. you two looked like you just stepped off the beach, that manhattan beach. all right. over to you. in this morning's "healthwat retin in this morning's healthwatch retinitis pigmentosa leads to blindness. this man and his dad took off on a cross-country trip. it began in san diego june 14th, 3500 miles later here they are with us on the plaza. they are doing it to raise money
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and awareness. great to have you with us this morning. >> thank you. >> an incredible opportunity for the two of you to spend time together. i can't imagine as a dad what kind of bonding experience it must be for you. >> it was really nice. it was awesome. >> here you are in new york city. is it everything you expected. >> everything and more. there's a lot here. there's crazy people and a lot of awesome sights to see. so i'm excited. >> it's a fantastic story. 3500 miles, a little over a month to do it. what inspired the idea to take the cross-country trip, james? >> one day we were out riding across southern california on one of our regular fun rides. right after his diagnoses. he asked me, hey, dad, could we ride across america. i thought of the concept and said, really? can't we go to vegas or something? he said, you know what, no one will remember us riding to las vegas so people will remember riding to new york. how do you tell your children
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no? >> of course. it's something you'll remember. tell us about your diagnoses. >> it was two years ago, 2008. >> a day that forever changed. ultimately you'll be legally blind. >> i can be. the foundation has given me a lot of hope that there will be a treatment or a cure for my eye disease within my lifetime. so there is definite hope that i will not be blind. >> how is your eyesight right now. when you go on this ride across the country, what can you see? >> right now, it doesn't affect me in the daytime. so that's when we mainly rode was during the day. right now i am night blind, so i have a hard time seeing in the dark. we didn't ride in the dark. it was all daytime. so i didn't have any problem with that. >> what's the best thing you've seen so far across-country. >> definitely two things. i would have to say the grand canyon. it was the first time seeing that. we got a private tour of the capital building. >> wow.
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>> that was awesome. >> not bad. not bad. >> this is not just a moment for you guys to be together to do one of these things but also to raise awareness and hopefully to raise some money for a cure, correct? >> correct. yes, you know, the foundation fighting blindness has done remarkable things. really the awareness we want to bring to the american people is that there are millions of people out there that are suffering with a lot of retinal diseases. we know that by doing this, this will bring a lot of national publicity to the foundation. we're just grateful to have the opportunity to do it and enjoy this time together. >> are you seeing some things you may have seen in your lifetime looking through your eyes? >> most certainly. it's totally a blessing. he's an inspiration. >> you both are. it's a wonderful story. so good to have you both with us. i know you're going to college in the fall but what's next on your list? >> after we leave new york, we are heading towards niagara falls. after niagara falls, i really
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want to see mt. rushmore. then after that we're going to be heading home to california. >> i hope you'll keep us updated. we have information on the website for people who want to learn more. i know mom is with you, too, helping you document this. enjoy the rest of the journey. thanks for stopping by and sharing your journey with us. >> thanks for having us. >> more on our website at cbs news.com. some major star power at the comic-con mega convention. angelina jolie, johnny depp. how bile tyler mcgill? he's there to break it down for us. this is "the early show" on cbs. >> announcer: "cbs healthwatch" sponsored by neutrogena clinical skincare. undo a year's worth of skin aging in just four weeks. t four weeks. long summer days, and not enough sleep. what i wouldn't do for a do-over. [ female announcer ] new neutrogena® clinical skincare. exclusive ion2 complex combined with activating cream helps restore collagen depleted skin. neutrogena clinical skincare is clinically tested
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125,000 people expected to attend including early show special correspondent super fan tyler mcgill. he's there for us. tyler, great to check in with you again. how are things going? >> things are going great, man. i'm actually in the convention. they opened early for us to shoot. it's the first time i've seen it quiet here. in a couple of hours, this place is going to be nuts. fans, celebrities, everything. i actually was in san diego a couple of weeks ago, just hanging out but this is a side of the city i've never seen before. >> what began 40 years as a gathering for comic book lovers has become premier feature for pop culture fanatics. 20,000 have come to san diego to get their geek on. >> if you come in a store-bought costume, you're shunned. you have to make your own costume. >> you have to pay your dues. >> you have to show off just how big of a fan you are.
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>> planning all year long. >> you can do some damage with that right there. >> i love werewolves. it's the best thing there is. >> you don't know how long i've been saying that. >> that's street cred. >> is that leather? stars come out to talk to the press but still comic-con is all about the fans. >> i want you to come with me on this adventure. >> this is where word of mouth begin. >> how does it compare other places. >> they are critical behind our backs. once we get in front of them, they love us, because they know we're them. >> one man here for decades, creator of some of the most memorable characters of all time including spider-man and x-man.
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>> what is it about the superhero that excites people so much. >> you have things that are bigger than life. you have villains more villa villainous than you can imagine. superheroes more powerful than you could wish. >> comic-con is the one place a fan can truly be a fan. >> well, i've got to tell you, you've done some good work for us, young man, but this may top the list right now. >> man, it's been insane. the running of the bulls was weird and crazy. this is also weird and super crazy, but a little different. >> erica and i were both talking saying i hope he's going to don one of these costumes. i hope if he did, there's a picture somewhere so we can give him a hard time about it. did you get dressed up at all? >> yeah. we were cruising down like one
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of the side like little corridors, and this insane leather shop that had talon shields. i was wearing clothes. i had some amazing goggles on. also carrying a potion pouch, just in case. you never know when you need your potions. >> you never know, indeed. what's the craziest thing you've seen this time around, tyler. >> that's a tough one. i was dancing, fighting with an 11 foot transformer. i was ninja kicking with power rangers. i think the wild think about this place is literally anything goes. like at the check-in, there was a baggage check. you could pick up your badge and also weapons inspection at the door. that only happens at comic-con, i think, when you check in your chainsaw. >> are they inspecting real weapons or play ones that go with the ensemble. >> no. there's guys rolling in here with legit swords, nunchucks, i
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saw a guy chunk a chainsaw. they were like, that's cool. just don't unsheath it during the show. >> that's part of your credentials. any angelina jolie sightings? >> no, i was looking pretty hard. there was a fair share of beautiful victims here. angelina, no view. >> thanks again. good job. up next, a model gets evicted from the big brother house. we'll talk about that. stay with us on "the early show" on cbs. excuse me...? this belongs to you... o...um...thank you. excuse me... this is yours... thank you! you're welcome. with chase freedom you can get a total of 5% cash back in your pocket. fun money from freedom. this is yours! thank you! what? that's 5% cash back in quarterly bonus categories all year long. does your card do this? sign up for this quarter's bonus today. chase what matters. go to chase.com/freedom.
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nasty. >> the first person on the winning team to land on the platform on the other side will receive $10,000. >> $10,000, yeah. i mean, it donned on me, when you win that kind of money, people are jealous, so it makes you a target. >> by a vote of 7-2, monet has been evicted from the "big brother" house. >> monet, we saw a very emoti emotional side of you playing this game. what do you think your friend at home watching are thinking of what they saw in. >> probably, what a baby. whenever i watch this show i was like, why are these people always crying? you know, man up, deal with it. but you will never understand until you're in there, the amount of pressure you're under and it's just like -- it's an emotional roller coaster. there's no -- there's no release from it. you can't just go away. you can't go cry in a corner. cameras are everywhere. >> but you did go cry if a corner, just with cameras there. what was the toughest part of being in the "big brother"
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house? >> the other people. it really is. in my everyday life outside i surround myself with people i genuinely like and i genuinely care about. i don't tolerate fakeness that well. so, for me, buttering people up and just really fake, i thought i would be better at it, but it was hard for me. >> monet, thank you. >> thank you. >> for more of julie's interview with monet, logon to our website, earlyshow.cbsnews.com. the next episode of "big brother," tune in this sunday, july 25 right here on cbs. it's very easy to look at it as a viewer but then you go nget i house, and it's a whole different game. >> i guess living up to monet's standards means being tossed out in the prelims. sorry. >> coming up, international superstar enrique iglesias. you see him walking out to meet the crowd.
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good morning. there was a fatal accident up in dixson. pretty far north, but the stretch of area closed midway road is closed right now between interstate 80 and chevron way. accident involving a big rig and a pickup truck. so you may have trouble
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accessing the freeway in that area. also, not much slow traffic out there. one traffic camera showing a little bit of congestion and it's right there northbound 880 as you pass the coliseum. we have been looking to see if there were any accidents or stalls in the area and we're not seeing anything, so just a little slow and go as you make your way up towards downtown oakland. but i think you'll like the look of this. the bay bridge toll plaza, still no metering lights. never had to turn them on this morning traffic was so light heading into san francisco. that is your traffic. for your forecast, here's tracy. >> hey, thanks, elizabeth. yeah, let's take a look at our forecast for today. friday heading into a weekend, looking out toward the bay bridge, cloudy skies still here in the bay. so what about the rest of the day? are these clouds going to move out? yes, they will. a mix of sun and clouds expected around the bay with highs in the mid- to upper 60s. plenty of sunshine inland daytime high around 90 degrees but along the coastline fog is expected. similar conditions saturday and sunday, and cooler temperatures on tap for next week.
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can you believe this crowd out here on a friday morning? >> can you believe this crowd on a friday morning. >> i think there are a few people excited to see enrique iglesias. >> what? i hear this is for us. >> sorry, honey, it isn't for you. >> give yourself a big round of applause. this is a great crowd for our early summer concert series. like he mentioned, we have got a bonified superstar. >> that we do. grammy winning superstar. you lose count of all the accolades for enrique iglesias. the important part for you, he's
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part of our summer series. in just a moment he'll be performing right here on the plaza. we have a little bit of business to get to first. >> yes. can you
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that's going to do it for weather. we have the whole contingencies of little ones over here. chris, ove you >> the whole contingency of little ones here. let's get to chris. over to you. >> thank you so much. just as most of us look forward to summer blockbuster movies we heard the "the early show" started looking forward to movie reviews, 11-year-old lights, camera, jackson does them like no one else. good morning to you. >> good morning.
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good morning, everyone. >> let's talk. "inception." >> mind blowing. >> what's it about? >> dreams, dreams. you can control your mind, really confusing. the movie isn't really made for people my age, so i didn't find it really appealing or that much entertaining. visually it's stunning but it's so confusing. i couldn't understand any of it. >> like some 40 years old. i don't think the movie was made for me. i saw it the other day. visually, it's actually pretty good. chris nolan, dark knight. >> absolutely. >> you found it too perplexing for some? >> it's really confusing. the characters explain the plot. that's one of my pet peeves. they should ask questions and get answers. >> thank goodness she was in the movie otherwise i wouldn't have understood a thing. it is what it is. >> let's bring up the report
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card grading system. >> this one gets a c. "inception" gets a c. wait for the dvd. you should see it in theaters if you want because it is visually stunning. >> box office did well. >> it did. >> movie number two here. ramona and beasley. >> it's a new family film, a good lighthearted g rated family film which i really like. based on the books, which i really like. a lot of films are block busters or animated films. this is a good live action g rated film that parents can take their kids to and be entertained. >> is this kind of like good family fair out there, i know you love "despicable me," toy story, but this is what's out there. >> this is one of the better live action family films especially since it's rated g so parents can take their kids. >> as far as the books are
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concerned, were you familiar with the books. you're only 11. >> i didn't read the books growing up but i knew enough about it that i found it nice. selena gomez was in it. not a lot. >> you'll hear about cliff notes when you get older. >> all right the grading system. >> b. >> final movie, highly anticipated salt, is angelina jolie a russian spy? an action scene was shot near where i live. it was cool to see the things i grew up with around the film. great summer for action films. angelina jolie is terrific. you don't know if she's a russian spy until the very end. >> this is a little bit bond, a little bit borne but all "salt."
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>> many twists and turns but easier to follow than "inception." anything is easier to follow than "inception." >> this is pg-13. we could sneak you in but we don't allow r rated. >> people will be entertained. angelina jolie -- >> i've got to ask you, do you have a crush on angelina jolie. >> in she's a great actor. she's done a lot of action films. i think her performances are good. >> let's go through and give it the official kid critic report card system. >> a great fantastic action film, one of the best action films of the year. >> that's been your a so far. >> a has been "toy story 3." let me tell you, "toy story 3" is the best of the year and summer and one of my favorite
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pixar's of all time. >> right there. >> thank you very much. >> lights, camera, action, reviews. go to our website, early show.cbs news.com. chase freedom. get bonus cash back in popular categories. sign up now at chase.com/freedom. >> he was born in spain, raised in miami. has more than a few friends here in new york this morning and now a superstar around the world. >> now a superstar around the world, enrique iglesias on the scene back in 1995. since then he's sold over 58 million items, 21 number one hits. the grammy winner's studio album "euphoria." said to have them dancing. luckily this morning he joins us for the summer series on the plaza. ladies and gentlemen, enrique iglesias.
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♪ girl please excuse me ♪ girl please excuse me if i'm coming too strong but tonight is the night we can really let go ♪ ♪ my girlfriend's out of town and i'm all alone your boyfriend's on vacation and he doesn't have to know ♪ can do the things i'm gonna wanna to do ♪ ♪ ♪ baby, i like it baby, i like snoets ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> hello. >> hey, thank you. so good to have you with us. >> thank you very much. >> the new album is "euphoria." i sense a little bit of that morning. >> it's great. thank you. >> i see a few flags in the audience, suspicious flags. born in spain. >> yes. >> you said if spain won the world cup, you were going swimming naked in biscayne bay. a few people want to know when that is. someone is offering you their boat and water skis. >> i'm a few days away from making that a reality. a bet is a bet. >> a bet is a bet. i wish you the best of luck with that.
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>> you do not want to see me naked. trust me. >> tell the ladies in the crowd. this is the first bilingual. you've done some english, some in suspicious. when you write you don't necessarily write to translate from one to another. >> i grew up in miami. i wrote a lot english, a lot in suspicious. i don't spinning fluent english or suspicious. pick up the album with more english or suspicious. i was very happy with that. it's more artistic. >> is there one language that lends more to a certain song, is a romantic one you would write more in suspicious or englipani >> whenever i got stuck, i would move to the next language. that helped me. >> nice to have that option. >> you don't seem like you're
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sweaty. it's 40 degrees out here. >> a little secret. i was in the air conditioning right before this. don't tell anyone. our little secret. >> i haven't slept all night, so i'm like out of it. >> you wouldn't know it. >> you guys are pumping me up, so thank you very much. >> you wouldn't know it. i have to ask you because i think a lot of people look at you, there's sex appeal, wouldn't you say, ladies? romantic, yet you say you're not a romantic? >> i truly -- when i wake up in the morning in my underwear -- >> don't give them any ideas. >> let me put it to you this way. it took a hit song for people to think that. >> it's a facade. >> no. it's all about fame. that's what it does. a hit record, immediately you're sexy. so i hope the hit records keep on coming. >> you have a hit song that i think a lot of people love.
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i have to say one of my favorites, too, which you are going to play for us. "a little hero." >> yes, ma'am. >> ready? >> i'm so out of it today, you guys have to sing it with me. okay? >> i don't think you'll have a problem. thanks. enrique iglesias, everybody. >> thank you. >> okay. you've got to sing it with me, guys. ready? are you ready. ♪
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♪ >> thank you. >> we'll be right back. this is "the early show" on cbs. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,wçñn
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i think they like what they heard. >> i think they like that. >> they're loving it. >> can i ask you one last question? do you ever get tired of millions of women swooning over you? >> you know, there's days you wake up and you're like -- well, actually there's days you go to sleep and you're like, oh, my goodness, i don't think i can go on. and then you come on stage and you see your fans. and i have the best fans in the world. that's what keeps me going. it truly, truly does. >> it's a sea of inspiration. >> i have to ask you quickly, because we all know your dad,
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julio, what's the best piece of advice he ever gave you? >> the best piece of advice, i would say, just spying on him, just watching every move. the one thing you truly learn about show biz is to surround yourself with good people. people that you trust, people that love you and not the yes, yes people. people that tell you the truth. >> people who love you for who you are. >> yeah, you know -- >> so you don't go outside looking like that. >> well, you know how it is, right? you guys are in show biz. >> you can trust me. i love you. >> i have a tattoo of you. >> enrique -- >> you do? >> she does. she does. >> she might, too. >> i might get one, though. >> she got a tat? >> that will be next week. >> that's crazy! >> such a pleasure to have you with us on "the early show." >> i had a good time. >> we love that. >> another big round of applause for enrique iglesias. >> have a great day, everybody. ,,,,
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headlines... man is under arrest it is 8:55. good morning, everyone. i'm sydnie kohara with your cbs 5 news headlines. a concord man is under arrest in connection with the death of his 2-year-old step- grandson. jacob bisbee was attacked by as many as three pit bulls in the family garage yesterday. the step-grandfather owned the dogs that were euthanized a few hours after the attacks. oakland's top cop now wants some help from the feds. chief anthony batts said he may ask the u.s. department of justice to help with ongoing investigations in that city to make up for a staffing shortage following 80 officer layoffs. and san jose mayor chuck reed tired of waiting for major league baseball to decide if the city can pursue the as so he plans to ask the city council for a november ballot measure that would ask voters if the as should be allowed to build a new ballpark downtown. baseball officials have gone
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16 months without deciding on that territorial rights issue. we'll take a look at traffic and weather around the bay area coming right up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. well, we're just getting first reports of some delays on bart. there is some police activity going on between the glen park and balboa park station. we are hearing that all trains
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may be stopped so this is going to cause huge delays systemwide if in fact that is the case so again, just first reports now of delays on bart between the glen park and balboa park stations. if you are commuting across the bay bridge, they actually just turned the metering lights on about 10 minutes ago, pretty late for them to be turning those on. there is a stall on the incline and bridge tow crews are on the way now. but you can see we are starting to get small delays, short ones, in just the cash lanes but like i said there's a wait now at the metering lights which were just turned on about 10 minutes ago. 880 through oakland remains slow and go towards downtown oakland. that is your traffic. for your forecast, here's tracy. >> hey, thanks, elizabeth. forecast for this morning, still got some clouds out there you will have to contend with as we look out towards the bay. so here's a look at our forecast. lower 60s along the coast, mid- to upper 60s around the bay and near 90 inland. sunshine inland, fog for the coast, that will be the drill for the weekend and cooler temperatures next week. ,,,,,,,,
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