Days after two storms dumped several feet of snow, cars and trucks are still buried in and around Buffalo, New York, but warmer temperatures pose a potential flooding threat to the area; and, Marvin Schneider is the official clockmaster of New York City and has maintained the clock in the former New York Life Building in lower Manhattan for the past 34 years. Now, a developer's plans threaten to block his access to a piece of history.
Whatever the result of the Ferguson grand jury investigating the shooting death of Michael Brown, many legal questions surrounding the case will remain. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss the case.
Millions of undocumented immigrants will be protected from deportation under President Obama's executive action on immigration. But many Americans oppose the changes. David Begnaud reports on how both sides are reacting.
A grand jury decision is expected as early as Saturday in the Michael Brown shooting case. Authorities are preparing for wide-spread protests by bringing in the National Guard and about 100 FBI agents. Mark Strassmann reports from Clayton, Mo.
The record levels of snowfall in Buffalo, New York will present another challenge for residents there. Rain and rising temperatures will cause some of the seven feet of snow to melt, which is expected to create record flooding. Jericka Duncan reports from Buffalo.