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the most incredible location into the entryf t water. spring starts off with a bang in the midwest. severe storms drop damaged hail and cause at least one tornado to touch down. off to oliver, sliding inside. >> and still dancing. the upset-minded university of dayton leads the first wave of teams into the ncaa tournament in week eight. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, march 28th, 2014. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this morning the search for that missing malaysia airliner is shifting after officials say they have a new credible lead. they had been focused 1,500 miles off australia but now search crews have moved off from
there 680 miles north and close to land. holly williams joins us by phone from perth, australia. good morngs holly. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. the conditions have improved here today, so ten aircraft, most of them in the military, along with six ships are searching for wreckage of malaysian flight 3706789 but as you said, the area where they're scouring for debris has moved almost 700 miles to the northeast. martin dolan, the head of the transportation safety bureau held a press conference today to explain why. >> this continuing analysis indicates the plane was traveling faster than was previously estimated, resulting in increased fuel usage and reducing the possible distance it traveled south into the indian ocean. >> reporter: new images from satellite have been tied.
one shows large pieces of debris floating in the southern indian ocean and they could well be the fragments of the boeing 777, but nearly three week after the jetliner went down in mysterious circumstances, not a single piece of its wreckage has been recovered. the search operation is racing against time to find the plane's black boxes or flight recorders, but they may only have ten days of battery life left and experts have told us even the black boxes may not fully explain what went wrong on flight 370. anne-marie? >> holly williams in perkts. thanks a lot, holly. officials in washington state expect the death toll from last week's mudslide to rise dramatically. 90 others are still missing. more rain is expected today making the search for victims all that more difficult. in the words of washington's governor, we are looking for miracles. teri okita reports from arlington, washington. >> reporter: the search
continues for survivors and victims of the washington state mudslide. more than two dozen people are known dead. many more have yet to be located. >> 09 people continue to be currently missing or unaccounted for. >> reporter: search and rescue crews have not found any survivors since saturday but they're been here every day from dawn until dusk using machines and bare hands to find life amid chaos. >> if you can imagine houses, trees, and a bunch of mud put in a blender and run for a bit and dumped back on the ground, that's what it looks like. >> reporter: exhaustion is just one of the issues facing rescuers, facing waist-deep mud. >> going through and then you see my little ponies. >> reporter: his children have
classmates. >> my 6-year-old, all she knows is her friend was nnlt school monday, not tuesday, not today. they had a mem moshial in the class for that girl. she's never coming back and now they understand that. >> reporter: the cub scouts are raising money for slide victims. say i they just want to help in what little way they can. teri okita, cbs news, arlington, washington. there's a possibility of severe weather across the south and central plains today. the storm system holds the possibility of producing hail, rain, damaging winds, and tornados. the wind may be strong enough to knock down trees and power lines. a hailstorm pounded central missouri yesterday and several tornadoes were reported. at least four homes and barns were damaged by the violent weather. no injuries have been reported. has been a health enrollment
surge leading up to monday's deadline. the white house says now more than 6 million have signed up, fulfilling a revised goal. that's a 1 million-person increase in the past ten days. the administration has not said how many enroll lees have started paying for their coverage. a new government study find as big jump in the autism rate. the centers for disease control and prevention says the condition affects one in every f 8 chir -- 68 children. that's an increase of 30%. >> reporter: the findings don't mean more children are developing autism. it means more cases are being discovered due to heightened awareness. michael rosen auf with autism speaks looked at cases from 11 sites across the country. >> the approach that the cdc
uses is based on medical and service records. that's why we believe it's due to better detection of autism. better records and more records lead to higher prevalence. >> reporter: boys are more likely to be diagnosed with a prevalence of autism spectrum disorder than women. whites are many likely than african-americans and hispanics. diagnoses varied across the country, ranging from one in 175 children in alabama to one in 45 in new jersey. >> the reason for the variation is not because there's an additional risk in certain states. it's because there's more and better records in some states. >> reporter: the average diagnosis in the united states is 4 1/2. that's too late says these parents. their twins were diagnosed at 20 months. >> we were told tent months ago
they would never speak or laugh or have friends or experience most of life. you guys share the room. how does that work out? >> not so very well. >> reporter: as for kevin now -- what does your shirtd say? awesome and i'm awesome. >> are you awesome? >> yes. >> reporter: for two years they had 30 hours each of therapy in the house. it opens a whole new world of possibilities for them. >> reporter: we asked the cdc whether the 0% jump cows be a case of overdiagnosis. they told us their clinicians use standard definitions of autism to diagnose each in the study and that they're all reliable. jim axelrod, cbs news, new york. the air force is cleaning house over cheating at a nuclear missile base. the service filed nine mid-level commander. the senior officer resigned and retired. represents nearly the entire chain of command in nuclear
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double amputee runner is expected to testify in his own defense. the prosecution rested its case this wise. pistorius is accused of murdering his girlfriend. and on the "cbs moneywatch," home sales miss and a missing masterpiece returns to the museum. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. asian stocks got a boost after china said it would speed up spending for infrastructure. tokyo's nikkei rose half a percent. hong kong's hang seng gained 1%. for a second week in a row the dow lost nearly 5 points, the nasdaq fell 22 points. >> pending home sales are down. the national home retailers say the contracts to buy homes fell for the eighth straight month. it's down 0.8% in february. higher mortgage rates, higher prices, fewer homes on the market, and rough weather are blamed. walmart is doing visa over
credit and debit card vees. they claim visa inspired with banks to inflate the fees. walmart claims those fees cost retailers and shoppers more than $350 billion between 2004 and 2012. if you have an ipad, you'll now be able to get a version of most's office software. most unveiled its ipad version of office. it's itself bestseller. now, this comes four years after apple released a tablet computer that has contributed to the steady decline in the sale of desk tops and desk machines. anne-marie, after 36 years the painting haas been returned. it was stolen in 1951. two years ago a virginia woman
claim she bought it at a flea market. the painting became the subject of a legal dispute and was eventually awarded to the museum. >> i'm shir she's disappointed but now the rest of us can enjoy it. thanks a lot, jill. ncaa, they continue their dance through the ncaa tournament. try our delicious new fresh mex bowls with chipotle or margarita chicken. all served with a bowl of soup, like our new southwest chicken. chili's lunch combo starting at 6 bucks. more life happens here. they weren't looking at me.
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in the second half to win, 79-68. they head to the elite eight for the fourth straight year and they will be taking on the tournament cinderella story. dayton continues its improbable run with another upset win, the 11th seated flyers top stanford, 87-82 to advance to the regional finals for the first time since 1984. arizona coach sean miller watching his younger brother archie leading his team to the elite eight. he'll boo moving on as well. and they will be taking on the two-seed in the west. wisconsin uses a stifling defense to beat baylor, 69-52. with another win the badgers will return to the final four for the first time since 2000. the rest of the elite eight will be decided tonight. coverage of the ncaa tournament starts right here on cbs at 7:15 eastern when michigan takes on
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. in health news now thousands of americans die every year due to medical mistake. some hospitals are better than others at avoiding errors. jericka duncan looks at a new study separating the good from the bad. >> reporter: john james used to be the chief oncologist at nasa, but his mission changed in 2002 after he lost his son alex. james says the teenager died of cardiac arrest after doctors misdiagnosed him. >> he was six days short of his 20th birthday. >> reporter: james went on to start patient safety america. a recent study from his group
found medical errors are linked to 440,000 deaths every year. >> i want to emphasize it's an estimate. my goal is to educate folks about health care across the board. >> reporter: a new analysis finds those risks can depend on which hospital you choose. they scored more than 2 shlgds 500 hospitals nationwide on a safety scale on a safety scale from 1 to 100 and there was a wide variation. for example, the medical center in mississippi only received 11 while miles memorial in maine received a higher score of 78. >> higher rated hospitals have lower death rates, lower admission rates so all the th g things you don't want to happen to you happen in those hospitals. >> we all make mistakes, doctors included. >> reporter: james said it's important to find out which hospitals are less likely to make those mistakes. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. president obama continues his international trip this
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. good morning. welcome to wusa9 on this yellow alert day. it's friday, march 28, 2014. i'm andrea roane. at least it's friday. i'm mike hydeck. let's do this and get it done. howard, let's talk about when this is moving in. >> we have a couple of showers in parts of west virginia. today's yellow alert is borderline. lybe a yellow alert right through sunday. it's going to be soggy. looks like saturday will be the wettest of the next three days and today will be the best of
the next three days. yesterday 52. showers around, mainly this afternoon. isolated ones this morning with mid-50s by noon. on our way to a high of 64 degrees. this is by no means a washout today. let's show you what's pp we've seen the clouds that moved in from the west. this morning there's a lot of rain in pennsylvania, out through ohio and in toward the tennessee and ohio valleys. around here, it's just come into western maryland and parts of west virginia. you see this right here? let me show you doppler 9000. this is all ground clutter once you get past the northern parts of maryland. that's ground clutter. when you get into the catoctins, smithsburg and williamsport, out here toward cumberland, this is where you see those showers moving to the
east, northeast. temperatures in the mid-40s. martinsburg 44. cumberland 149. already 52 -- is 49. already 52 in winchester. temperatures in the 40s. that's why we're forecasting highs from the low to mid-60s across the region, even upper 60s in places like fredricksburg. near 70 in tappahannock. let's bring jessica doyle in. she has traffic for us. monika is off. it's early so, please, it's got to be quiet at this hour. it's happy friday, howard bernstein. that's what i'm talking about. not looking bad. the american legion bridge is open. there was a crash on the inner loop earlier but that is cleared up. let's take a look at this. 95, 495 north of maryland, 201, this is in greenbelt. you're looking clear. it is a happy friday. let's go to i-95 south of route 234, this is in dumfries. the overnight construction is gone. the hov lanes are opening up at
this point so everything is free and clear at this point. andrea and mike, happy friday. >> happy friday. the search for relisha rudd is intensifying as police reveal the man believed to have abducted her purchased construction trash bags and he may have used them to dispose of evidence, perhaps a body. >> kahlil tatum purchased other disturbing items such as a shovel and the chemical agent sometimes used when burying bodies. >> reporter: relisha rudd was seen with kahlil tatum on march 1. >> that was the last sighting of anyone of relisha. >> reporter: on march 2 tatum bought contractor size trash bags and a shovel and either lime or lye, a chemical used to treat bodies after burial. >> we're not making any assumptions but i think it would be prudent for us at this
point to make sure we search and this is a very large area, search this area very well. we cannot ignore the possibility that he may have killed her. >> this trash bag thing, it really has me scared now. >> when the police come down and says tatum goes ow and buys -- goes out and buys trash bags, when you hear that-- >> you don't do no landscaping work. why are you buying trash bags? it makes me think he's trying to hide something. he's trying to hide something. and again, i don't want to think this. i want her brought back home, but again, once you're under pressure, you can do anything. >> reporter: tatum under pressure? >> yeah, yeah. he killed his wife of 23 years and i really seriously think that lady was trying to tell