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inmates enters its seventh day, and why investigators continue to track convicted killers, questions are being raised about how much help they had in breaking out of prison. >> well, they had some very good equipment or somebody else cut the hole for them. the cyber attack on government computers is even larger than previously thought. suspected chinese hackers may have accessed personal information of 14 million federal workers. we have a shark out here in our ocean. someone just got bit. >> a 13-year-old girl recovers after a serious shark bite at a north carolina beach. murray gets past jones, puts up a three. stephen curry from downtown. >> and battling back.
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stephen curry and the golden state warriors come back ending with a tie of two games apiece. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, june 12th, 2015. good morning. i'm alison harmelin in for anne-marie green. this morning the search for two escaped killers is focused on the area where it all began within miles of where it all began. blood hounds picked up the convicts' scent about 20 miles from the canadian border. area residents have been told to lock their doors and stay alert. new york governor andrew cuomo says investigators are talking to several people who may have facilitated the escape including joyce mitchell a prison instructor. don champion has more on the manhunt. >> reporter: authorities remain focused on the town of cadyville
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this morning, scouring dense forest and tough terrain. it's brought them within miles of the correctional facility where richard matt and david sweat broke three. >> reporter: sources tell cbs news dogs picked up the scent in the area. in the woods police discovered food wrappers bedding, and a footprint. the scene is playing out right in front of darlene's house. >> with them in front of my house, it makes me feel at ease. >> reporter: they used heavy tools and construction ee kwipgs to cut through a wall and steel pipes. >> either they're very good at what they do with a lot of good training or they had some very good equipment or somebody else cut the hole for them. >> reporter: investigators say they're questions several people
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including employees at the prison, but so far no one has been charged. don champion cbs news cadyville, new york. we have an update on that cyber attack against the u.s. government. it's much worse than we originally thought. investigators now suspect that chinese hackers may have stolen the personal information of every federal worker, up to 14 million people. mark albert's in washington with the details. good morning, mark. >> good morning, alison. thl is much more damaging than the obama administration had initially acknowledge. in fact it includes everything from administrate iveive to cabinet the list includes current and former federal employees and the stolen data includes social security number age, military record addresses, pay history, and more. even the fbi and cia were
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compromised and it's not clear teen cyber attack has ended but in a statement the office of personal management says currently there's no indication of malicious activity or adversarial presence. investigators say it will take a while to make a full and complete assessment. alison? >> all right. mark albert in washington. thank you, mark. this morning a rhode island man is under arrest. nicholas rovinski is expected to appear in court today. he was picked up last night. rahim and hitz nephew david wright allegedly conspired to attack and kill police officers. wright was arraigned last week. this morning another dose of severe weather is in store for the great lakes and southern plains. the risk of strong thunderstorms, large hail and damaging winds exist. the weather system is capable of
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producing excessive rainfall and flash flooding. a flash flood warning remains in colorado. heavy rain caused some major street flooding. the rain came down hard and fast. drivers got stuck in running water and had to be rescued. meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station has more on today's weather. >> it's been a very stormy night, especially in colorado with flash flooding and some severe storms. as we head through friday the threat is going to move a little farther south. looking at a severe threat in texas and the oklahoma pan handles. it will move toward detroit, allnd elsewhere by the end of the day. into up yit norm as we head through friday night before heading on the road and traveling. out ahead of the storms a lot of
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heat. near 90 in pittsburgh 93 in d.c. could be a record 85 in new york and 87 in boston. on the southern end, a heavy rain threat. clusters of storms bringing several inches to an airy that saw so much flooding going back through the month of may. the pattern going forward, a lot of moisture going up across the plains and a lot of rain expected. certainly something we'll be keeping close tabs on. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. an attorney for two police officers say they're disappoint thad there's enough evidence to charge officers in the death of tamir rice. the ruling is symbolic. evidence still has to be presented to grand jury and the prosecutor has to press charges. >> it's important to realize that we're in no different spot than we were 24 hours ago or 10 hours ago. the prosecutor still has to make
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this decision. >> a sense of relief optimism. it's a small amount of justice for tamir. >> the officers say they thought it was a real weapon. doctors treating the germanwings co-pilot thought he was unfit to fly, but they didn't tell the airline because of german privacy laws. prosecutors say lubitz had seven medical paints before the crash that kill 150 people. a psychiatrist concluded he was unstable. lubitz consulted more than 40 doctors in the past five years. he feared he was going blind, threatening his career. it's not clear whether his problems were rear or imagined. the body killed while fighting isis is on its way home this morning. they said his faith led him to take up arms.
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>> reporter: hundreds of people turned up in the kurdish town of kobani cheering the body of keith broomfield. the 36-year-old is believed to be the first american killed fighting against isis forces in syria. >> i'm here do what i can. >> reporter: broomfield's family hadn't heard from him in several months. they spoke to the media thursday saying keith's faith motivated him to join the fight. >> he really felt led by the lord to go over there and knotnot knowing what he could do or should do and said i feel the need go there. >> reporter: andrew's brother said he knew the risks but felt the need to attack. >> he opposed evil which i do too. somebody needs to stand up and oppose evil. chelsea edwards for cbs news. south korea says the mercy outbreak has killed an 11th person. more than 120 people there have
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contracted middle east respiratory syndrome last month. most of those who died has pre-existing medical conditions. they say they're seeing fewer outbreaks which means the outbreak may have peaked. hillary clinton is preparing for her spear. for the 2016 presidential campaign. the front-runner plans to reintroduce herself. clinton will position herself as a fighter for everyday americans. and coming up on the "morning news," a shark attack. a teenage girl is injured in the latest shark assault off u.s. shores. and later, courtside collision. lebron james has a bloody run-in. this is the "cbs morning news." people with type 2 diabetes come from all walks of life. if you have high blood sugar ask your doctor about farxiga. it's a different kind of medicine that works by removing some sugar from your body. along with diet and exercise farxiga helps lower blood sugar
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died in london. the actor rose to fame in london portraying dracula in at least ten times. fans in recent years got to know him in star wars prequels and in the wids ard in "the "lord of the rings."" christopher was 93 years old. a 13-year-old girl is recovering this morning after an apparent shark attack. the girl was on a boogie board. that's when the shark bit her and the boogie board. a caller called 911 described the injuries. >> someone got bit. >> she got bit? >> yes. >> is there any serious bleeding? >> it's bleeding pretty bad. >> a witness on the beach says the shark continued to attack the boogie board after the girl
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. heir apparent to the murdoch dynasty and high-flying uber. wendy gillette is with the new york stock exchange and has that and more. good morning. murdoch now 84 years old is handing over control of 21st century fox to his sons. james murdoch will become ceo and lachlan, the co-chairman. murdoch's news holdings include the wall street journalist "new york post," "the times of london," and 21st century fox film.
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murdoch will remain as co-executive chairman. there's also been a change at the top of the giant twitter. dick costello is stepping down. co-founder jack dorsey is taking over on an interim basis. this morning he said he anticipates no immediate changes in strategy or direction. encouraging news on retail sales sent stocks on wall street higher. americans spend more on autos clothing materials. the dow rose 38 points the s&p was 3 points higher and the nasdaq gained 5 points. net neutrality will take place today as scheduled. a federal court ruled against a block in a suit by@, at&t, verizon, and others. whole foods says it will call its new chain of smaller
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lower priced stores 365 by whole foods market. 365 everyday value is the name of its house brand. those products will anchor the stores but national brands will also be sold. the chain is scheduled to open next year. oculus officially unveiled its rift virtual reality headset. rift straps over the user's eyes producing a 3-d environment that initially will be used for gaming but ultimately networking. it comes with a headset and a wireless game controller. and folks in nashville can use uber to hail a helicopter. it's offering uber chopper, a musical service to the musical festival to bonneville and the arts festival. the ride does not include the cost of the ticket. i would love that here to avoid
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new york city traffic. >> bon a rue. i like country music but i don't know about the helicopter. i'd have to think it through. >> think it through. still to come. lebron james and a rough day at the finals. it wasn't just his chuting. plus how they plan to pay tribute to mister rogers. yoplait! there's something out there. it's a highly contagious disease. it can be especially serious- even fatal to infants. unfortunately, many people who spread it may not know they have it. it's called whooping cough. and the cdc recommends everyone, including those around babies, make sure their whooping cough vaccination is up to date. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about you and your family getting a whooping cough vaccination today.
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. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. the nba final shifts back to the bay area all tied up at two games apiece. game 4 in cleveland last night and after averaging 41 points in the first three games of the series lebron james struggles.
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meanwhile mvp stephen curry finds his touch. he scores 22 points and golden state runs way with 103-82 win. things got even worse for james. he's cut and bloody on his head when he dives for a loose ball and slams into a camera. >> i was holding my head. it was hurting. i was hoping i wasn't bleeding. obviously the camera, you know cut me pretty bad. i already got the stitches. obviously you can't see them. >> game five is sunday night in oakland. in baseball an umpire plays peace keeper during a tense moment. atlanta's julio teheran hits kemp with the ball. he angers him and stares him down. watch what happens as kemp tries to go after him. things eventually cooled off and no one was eject.
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the padres end up beating the braves 6-4. the pirates are paying tribute to mister raj jers. they'll wear a cardigan sweater and tie. the team will wear the sweaters on july 5th and they're asking those coming to the game to donate new or gently used sweaters. >> and his name is dusty reynolds. in wrestling he's known as american dream. >> dream has got it. to the top of sullivan's head. >> dusty rhodes died thursday according to world wretsling entertainment. he helped them take off in the '70s and '80s. he was a mentor to wrestlers. dusty was 6 years old.
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coming up. a preview of team aww's game tonight in the world cup. i'm alison harmelin. this is the "cbs morning news." all the deliciousness of hershey's syrup. squeeze. stir. share. ready to leave sticky sunscreens behind? new neutrogena cooldry sport. micromesh technology lets sweat pass through and evaporate so skin stays comfortable, while clinically proven protection stays on. new cooldry sport. neutrogena. i take these out... put in dr. scholl's active series insoles. they help reduce wear and tear on my legs, becuase they have triple zone protection. ... and reduce shock by 40%. so i feel like i'm ready to take on anything.
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they're gone. the ruby slipper what have you done with them? give them back to me or i'll -- >> it's too late. there they are, and there they'll search. >> the search resumes today not in kansas but in minnesota for dorothy's iconic red slippers. the iconic slippers were stolen from a museum in grand rapids ten years ago. >> the tioga mine pit just west of grand rapids saw much more activity on thursday. >> i've looked for quite a few
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things but never slippers. they went to great depths to look for unusual treasure. >> we have reason to believe the slippers were discarded in this mine pint. >> they're hoping the decades-old mystery ends. >> reporter: someone with enough brains got them and threw them out. >> knocked out this window. >> the day that it happened we actually shed tears. it was a big thing. we didn't know this could happen to us. here's a pair of slippers worth a million dollars at the time and somebody took it right out from from under our nose. >> reporter: many are convinced somebody knows something but they don't have the courage. >> knob's come forward to talk it which is kind of surprising even with that $250,000 reward.
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>> reporter: now that reward is gone and the statute of limitations won't get them arrested. >> we don't want to get them in trouble. we just want to have the slippers intact hopefully or at least know what happened to them. >> reporter: in grand rapids, minnesota, bryce henry, cbs news. controversy this morning surrounding the president of the spokane chapter of the naacp. they say she's not black. her mother says the family's ancestry includes czech, swedish, german and a touch of native american. she says she doesn't care what her family says. >> it's more important for me to clarify that with the black community and my executive board than it is to explain it to a community that i quite frankly don't think, you know, really understands the definitions of race and ethnicity. >> she's always portrayed herself on the application as
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white, black, and native american. and coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on rupert murdoch's sons. plus in our "morning rounds," we'll show you how technology is helping soccer players avoid serious concussions. and speaking of soccer, a preview of tonight's matchup in the women's world cup between team usa and sweden. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday morning. i'm alison harmelin. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning today is friday june 12th i'm erika von tiehl. >> i'm natasha brown in for ukee today. in the midst after weekend warm up. "eyewitness news" cameras outside city hall where even overnight it was hot and sticky definitely not good sleeping weather, i can tell that you. >> crank up the air-conditioning. >> keep the windows closed. >> our area under heat advisory. do we expect more steamy temps today? >> absolutely, you know the temperatures will start to really just crank out there. even despite the fact that we are expecting temperatures very sim floor what we saw yesterday, it is always that humidity that gets you that's really what we are looking at, focus on here throughout the


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