New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a lot of others say it costs one million dollars to clean up one inch of snow. Does it add up?
A major manhunt still under way for a suspected cop-killer who is vowing revenge on the Los Angeles Police Department.
The Irvine Police Department has released two recent surveillance photos of Christopher Dorner, the 33-year-old, former LAPD officer is alleged to have killed three people so far, including the daughter of a retired Los Angeles police captain and a current LAPD officer.
Dorner remains on the run tonight and is considered armed and dangerous.
OutFront tonight: Cade Courtley is former Navy SEAL, and an expert in survival tactics. He is also the author of "Seal Survival Guide: A Navy SEALS Secrets to Surviving Any Disaster."
A State of Emergency has also been declared in Rhode Island where more than two feet of snow are expected to fall. Cars and trucks are no match for the blizzard conditions.
OutFront tonight: Angel Taveras, the mayor of Providence, Rhode Island.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued a state of emergency as the "monster" blizzard slams New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg urged New Yorkers to pack it up and head home early.
"You can't take nature too lightly hopefully won't be anything drastic certainly not going to be a hurricane sandy, but doesn't mean you're not going to get hurt or killed if you're not careful," Bloomberg said.
Erin Burnett catches up with New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly on how New York City is preparing for a storm that is set to drop more than a foot of snow on its streets.
The Grammy Awards show organizers has issued a "wardrobe advisory" to its nominees and performers. Erin Burnett reports.
"Please be sure that buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered. Thong type costumes are problematic. Please avoid exposing bare fleshy under curves of the buttocks and buttock crack. Bare sides or under curvature of the breasts is also problematic." – CBS, Standards & Practices