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pizza there. that's your "overnight news." that's your "overnight news." from the captioning funded by cbs largest in the state. officials say the heavily armed shooter set off a fire alarm to lure students out of their classrooms as school was ending. he wore gas mask, multiple magazines and ammunition. laura podesta is in parkland with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. police tell us they have identified 12 of the 17 people that have been killed, although, their names and ages pending families being notified. learning much more about the suspected shooter. as the school day ended tuesday, police say 19-year-old nikolas
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cruz fired a hail of bullets into a classroom at the marjory stoneman douglas high school. >> he went up and down the hallway shooting through the classrooms. he shot through my door. i think three people in nigh classroom got hurt. there was blood everywhere. >> reporter: cruz was said to have had an ar-15 semiautomatic rifle. >> he got us out, a large group of unprotected targets. >> reporter: cruz was picked up off campus without incident. last night the police searched the home where the 19-year-old was staying. the family said cruz was not related to them. they took him in three months ago after his adopted mother passed away. his adopted father also died. >> maybe he was a little
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depressed because of his mother. they're shocked. there were problems aet the school earlier, some fighting, but nobody saw this coming. >> reporter: law enforcement confirms cruz had been expelled from the high school for, quote, disciplinary republicans. one said she spoke to cruz as she was evacuating schools. >> he was trouble in middle school. i joked and said, i'm surprised you did it. he just looked at me and said, huh. they sent out a message saying the student had shown signs on social media he owned a gun and was skpiktding vie lend tendencies. they're reminding parents if you ever see something, say something. laura podesta.
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>> we're going to talk a little bit more about that. thank you very much, laura. the shooting suspect nikolas cruz is being described as a vie lend troubled teenager. police say he posed some disturbing material on social media. cruz is described as crazy about guns and kind of an outcast. he was banned from entered the campus while carrying a backpack and admin strarts had sent an e-mail to teachers warning them about cruz. this type of attack is becoming more common. don dahler has more. >> reporter: january 23rd, a young gunman opens fire inside a small crowded school atrium in kentucky killing two students and wound 14g others. >> i saw a lot of blood
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everywhere. >> reporter: december 7th at an aztec school, another student kills his classmates. november 14th, a gunman in california fired 30 rounds into an elementary school as children hide beneath their deaths. none of the children dead but afterward they discovered he murdered five people including his wife. >> we loaded her dead body concealed under the floor of the residence. we believe that's what started this whole event. >> reporter: what starts these events is always the work of detective work, community gathering, and familial agonizing. this year there have already been 18 school shootings. there were seven last year. the number of school shootings has steadily risen except for 2016 when there was only aid.
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only as if that was in any way acceptable or normal. as a sign of the times, more schools prepare their students for gun violence. two-thirds of the districts require active shooting drills even though 19 state require them. > this is something so prevalent, it's absolutely rehearsed, part of the curriculum across the united states, making sure we know how to cbs news, new york. ahead on "cbs this morning" we'll talk with rick scott and the future of gun control legislation. today the white house is expected to lobby against an immigration reform proposal agreed to by a bipartisan group of senators. the deal announced yesterday by 16 senators follows weeks of negotiations. it would grant a ten- to 12-year pass for citizen ship to young children brought here as dreamers. it would provide $25 billion over a decade for border security including a wall, but
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it falls short of other administration demands. senate leaders are trying to schedule a vote on that plan and three others today. president trump explicitly denounced domestic violence. the president had defended former aide rob porter who was accused by two ex-wives of domestic abuse. yesterday a week after the allegations against porter became public, the president spoke out. >> i am totally opposed to domestic violence of any kind. even knows that, and it almost wouldn't even have to be said. >> meanwhile chief of staff john kelly is coming under increasing criticism over how the porter incident was handled. when asked if kelly's job was safe t president did not answer. the president also signed into law legislation aimed at protecting young adults against sexual abuse. it follows the gymnastics sex abuse scandal involving larry
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nassar. they're required to report any sex abuse within 24 hours and the statute of limitations won't begin until they realize they were abused. the young girl who was taken has been found and the man has been charged with kidnapping. the girl was found in blaemt yesterday in the car with the man suspected of taking her. the mayor of charleston announced the news last night during a prayer vigil. >> we give god the glory and our thanks that all of our prayers have been answered and, in fact, heidi todd is safe in the hands of the fbi. >> reporter: the suspect thomas evans fled when the police approached. he was arrested in mississippi. so far there's no connection between evans and the girl's family. coming up on the "morning % news" now, shooting update.
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gunman who opened fire at a florida high school killed at least 17 people and wounded 14. officials say the 19-year-old suspect nikolas cruz pulled a fire alarm to lure people into the hallways. he wore a gas mask and carried multiple magazines. he was known as troubled and vie lend. >> we'll pay for the expenses and help everything we can do
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for the families. we will pay for students who need counseling. >> cruz was captured about an hour after he waattacked in a r d chal area. "the baltimore sun" reports the fbi is investigating a shooting incident at the national security agency. an suv tried to drive through a security gate on the maryland campus yesterday morning. the fbi says it appears all the gunfire was directed at the vehicle. an nsa police officer, a civilian bystander, and the driver of the suv were hurt. the two passengers inside the suv were taken into custody. authorities say there is no apparent link to terrorism. "usa today" reports tr president trump's military parade could cost up to $30 million. it's not included this year's budget request. mr. trump has asked the pentagon
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the "cbs moneywatch," a lawsuit against l.l. bean, and is a gas tax hike down the road? diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. stocks surged on wall street despite stronger than expected inflation data. consumer index prices rose last month as americans paid more for gas and home and health care rentals. retail fell 3% in january but the dow rallied 253 pointss after starting lower. the s&p 500 added 35. the nasdaq jump 130 points.
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president trump would consider a 25 cent per gallon gas tax. the federal gas tax pays for most federal service transportation currently. at 18.4 krenltss per gallon, it hasn't increased since 1993. a white house spokeswoman said everything is on the table. an illinois man is suing l.l. bean after they announced they were changing its return policy. they're replacing it because it's being abused by customer. he's a loyal customer. in his suit he claims the lifetime warranty has been the basis of his bargain for all of his purchases. you may want to get a coaster for your apple ipod. it can leave white rings on surfaces. the company said this is a
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. american skier mikaela shiffrin has won gold in the women's giant slalom at the winter olympics in south korea. she trailed by 0.2 heading into her final run but she made up the round. she took gold in the 2014 slalom as well and the women's hockey
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team lost 2-1. in the medal count germany leads with eight gold medals. nor rway, netherlands, and the u.s. have five. there are a lot of choices for food and drink but for visitors looking for a great cup of coffee, there's only one place to go. dana jacobson is in pyeongchang with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you would think in a country known traditionally for tea it would be tough to find coffee. not in the city of gangneung. in fact, seattle, make way for south korea's coffee. in the city of gangneung known for beautiful views and aromatic blend, coffee is the drink of choice here with 30 shops along the strip. about 20 years ago when coffee
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vend machines made way for cafes. it's actually just not coffee street. the entire city of gangneung is known for coffee. they have one cafe for every 300 people. the coffee cupper is one of the older cafes here and just a few miles down the road, it's coffee museum. >> it became the next is suppress oh machine. >> reporter: two entire floors full of coffee relics dating back centuries. many credit park yi-choo for the coffee boom, though he calls it good timing. he was the first opening boheme yacht roasters in 2000. as for the increased coffee consumption here, he said it's for a simple reason. >> translator: i think people are drinking coffee because they want to be happy.
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>> reporter: and no matter where people find that happy finance, park yi-choo said they shouldn't look for the perfect cup. >> translator: the perfect coffee always tastes bad. i think coffee has to be imperfect. that's tasty coffee. >> reporter: even in a perfect setting. gangneung isn't just hosting the ice veenltss on the coast there. they also have an international coffee festival going on. there are barista demonstration, tastings. as far as i know, though, anne-marie, no gold, silver, and bronze being handed out. >> that's fascinating. dana jacobson in pyongyang. thank you so much, dana. coming up on cbs, the latest on the deadly partland shooting. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." mitzi: psoriatic arthritis tries to get in my way?
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. our top story this morning, florida officials are trying to figure out why a former student opened fire at a high school, killing at least 17 people. 14 others were wounded. police say 19-year-old nikolas cruz was armed with a semiautomatic weapon and carried a large amount of ammunition. laura podesta is in parkland, florida. laura. >> reporter: anne-marie, i'm right outside stoneman douglas high school. you can see behind me it's a very active crime scene. police have crime tape all around the school and road. what they're trying to do today is identify all 17 shooting victims. they have identified 12 so far. they're going to be investigating the motive. they're interviewing the suspect. the suspect is in custody right now, nikolas cruz. so they're going to be asking
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him why did he do this. they'll also be reviewing social media. we know that cruz posted on instagram, and there's one photo that shows him holding a gun with profanities as the caption. so they'll be looking into that trail on social media and then, of course, questioning him why exactly did he do this. just to bring you back to yesterday, it was right when school was being let out that cruz is suspected of pulling the fire alarm and then students left the building and that is when the gunfire rang out. again, 17 people we know were shot and killed. here are some of the students' reactions. >> so the dude pulled the fire drill. we went outside. boom, boom, boom, boom. we heard gunshots. i thought it was firecrackers. after i heard the last shot, i thought, oh, hell, no. i ran back to my classroom. i told my teacher, i think that's a shooting and we should
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go in the back of the classroom and hide. my teacher got a text it was an actual shooting. >> all i heard was gunshots. when went outside after the police cleared us, i seen dead bodies on the floor. >> reporter: we're expecting more information to be coming out today. there's a press conference at 10:30 this morning. governor rick scott is going to be visiting some of the victims in the hospital. tonight there will be a vigil so the community can come together and mourn what has happened. anne-marie? >> laura podesta in park land, florida. thank you so much, laura. coming up on "cbs this morning," more on the school shooting. we'll speak with a teacher who taught the former student and we'll talk about the scene inside before the attack. mary ellen o'toole will discuss the psychology and what they're focused on now at this stage of the investigation. that is the "cbs morning news"
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for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a good day. -- captions by vitac --
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all right. let's get this day off to a wonderful start as we take a live look at the bay bridge. hope everyone had a wonderful valentine's day. good morning, it is thursday, february 15th. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. i just want to say welcome back. >> thank you. >> how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling a lot about ther. i was making a lot of chicken soup by myself, um, a lot of tea, honey. [ laughter ] >> cutting oranges.
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yeah. it's good to be back. >> it's good to have you back. >> glad you feel better. >> the team is back together. >> yes. >> the temperatures are going to be warming so that may be good to make everyone feel better. we're back to high pressure again. let's talk about the forecast. here's a look at the bay right now. coit tower, you can see it. we are going to see some areas of some patchy fog today. not too bad, visibility should be okay. it's mostly to the east of us across the central valley. temperatures starting to warm up this afternoon. right now in the 30s and 40s, but we'll get to the 70s by saturday. and then a big drop sunday night. good morning, right now we are taking a live look at 580. headlights moving westbound as you make your way over towards


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