tv Eyewitness News This Morning ABC March 15, 2016 4:30am-6:00am EDT
have a great tueay breaking news at 4:30, two people are shot in what appears island. a big day in the presidential race. republicans and democrats make a push to win voters in key democratic states. the sun will make a comeback today, and we could feel milder temperatures with it. good morning i'm lori stokes. >> and i'm ken rosato. meteorologist bill evans here with the forecast. we have low clouds and fog as you can see from the sky
we are starting the day off at 45 degrees, not far off the average high temperature, but 42 for kingston, and 41 around newburg to norwalk, and normal lows around 45. we have a raw, damp feel. the last of the showers around gardner's island and towards shelter island that will get out of the way this morning. cloudy skies, and breaks of sunshine coming, and a break up to 61 in the area, and we will talk about that with the accu forecast, and heather is looking at the commute this morning. we have b, d, m, and f trains with track repairs and service changes will last until 5:00 a.m. metro north running on or close to schedule. george washington bridge outbound lower level, you'll
the holland tunnel also has construction. fdr drive traveling on the southbound side, construction from the 100s down into the 910s. we have alternate side street parking rules in effect for today. >> heather, thank you. it's 4:32, and we are following breaking news on long island. police are investigating a double shooting and home invasion inside a home in freeport. darla miles is live with details. good morning, darla. >> reporter: good morning, lori. it's very early in the investigation with the two men shot just about 3 hours ago. i want to give you a closer look at what is happening here. detectives going in and out this morning, cars going back and forth, and you can see a large crime scene where not only the home is blocked off with yellow tape, but across the street and several doors down, and police believe at this point it was a home invasion.
of suspects went inside the home at casino street and freeport and shot two people inside. we have seen detectives speaking to two people who may have been witnesses or family members of the victims, and they may have been inside of the home at the time, and we have seen detectives in the backyard with their flashlights. at this point they are trying to determine if the home invasion was targeted or not. at this point the two victims were taken to south nassau community hospital, and their injuries are said to be nonlife threatening. darla miles, channel 7 eyewitness news. it's 4:43, and it's a make or break day for some presidential candidates, and others could seal their place in the white house. ohio, florida, missouri, illinois, and north carolina are all voting.
>> reporter: ken this could be a crucial day, especially for republicans. some candidates are trying to gain momentum, and others are trying to stay afloat. donald trump's lead is over marco rubio in florida who pleaded last night for the cuban americans to rally behind him. hillary clinton is warning democrats to unify around her to defeat trump in november. she's almost 20 points over sanders in some states but they have neck and neck in illinois, ohio, and missouri. >> it looks like to me missouri is ready for a political revolution. donald trump use and airport
john kasich, and according to some polls, kasich could beat trump, but he mocked him as a governor saying he's as bad as chris christie, the trump endorser who is feeling the heat for shadowing trump instead of attending the funeral for a new jersey state trooper. kasich is living in new hampshire. is chris around? even more than chris christie he was there. >> i hated to do that, but i had to make my point. >> based on the number of delegates up for grabs, it could be very telling. voters are headed to the polls. >> mallory, thank you. we will have primary election results tonight on eyewitness news at 11 and any
mayor de blasio will travel to the capital today hoping to get help with planned cuts. the federal government will pull funding for funding that helps cities recover. >> time now, 4:36, and the former martial arts instructor is being held on charges he abused students. management says he was let go for stealing. a few days after he was let go, two 12-year-olds and two 14- year-olds made the allegations, and the manager says the arrest is a surprise. >> very surprised. he was very respectful, like really surprised. i can't believe this. no one believes this because he was very respectful to
role model. >> prosecutors said ramos offered them money and allegedly told one girl she shouldn't say anything because they would both be killed. public schools in poughkeepsie are closed to allow students of attend the funeral of a popular athlete. kavel halette was shot on his way home from a basketball game. so far no arrests have been made. crews located the body of a third victim in the tugboat accident in westchester county. two of the bodies were recovered over the weekend. the third body was discovered yesterday in the sunken vessel, but the body will not be recovered until the boat can be raised.
albany with an iron fist will be sentenced on the same day at the same place the former senate majority leader, dean skelos and sheldon silver. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic, and here's bill evans with the forecast. >> reporter: it's foggy this morning, and here's the clouds at the top of the empire state building, and you can look south here, and we cannot make out one world trade, and actually we cannot make out midtown too well. here's the beach at asberry park, and this is a quarter of a mile down this morning. we have a northeast wind coming around here, and it's 8-18 miles an hour. with low clouds and drizzle,
it's still raw. the wind is dying down. that's a good sign because it was cranking out. you get to montauk out there, and it's 45. we are looking at the shower activity that is out there, scooting across into new london, connecticut. we can see the showers sliding south and east this morning, and breaks of sunshine coming in later today, and the temperatures will get warmer, too, as a matter of fact, we get to 10:00, and breaks of sun come out, and we are at 51 to 57 at noontime, and this afternoon it's going to feel a lot better. we will talk about the last week of winter in the accuweather forecast. is the fdr drive. see as you come southbound? that cone there this is construction on the fdr drive. let's head to the maps.
100s down into the 90s. b, d, m, and f lines with fasttrack repair service until 5:00 a.m. no major problems here. this is a look at the george washington bridge, and this is the span. inbound traffic would be moving left to right, and you can see it's doing just fine. the outbound side, everyone is just zipping along the george washington without any issues. going under the apartments, we do have some construction. the lincoln tunnel, holland tunnel, construction there that should be cleared away shortly, and the l.i.e. east, construction blocking at least two lanes. the street cleaning rules are in effect until today. >> heather, thank you. it's 4:40, still ahead this morning a new serial bb gun shooting targets more than a dozen cars on long island. a water main break continues to cause problems for people in hoboken, and a sink
new jersey couple made a disturbing find in their front yard. something they fear could be the sign of hatred. we are going mile-by-mile to introduce you to the faces you are going to see on race day. hi, i'm maurine mork. i'm a volunteer race captain at mile 2 for the nyc half marathon. i will be here with the 2200 volunteers it takes to put the race on. i will see you on race day. >> the race is live here on sunday at 7:00 a.m.
it's 4:44. nassau county police need your help catching whoever is shooting out car windows with a bb gun. this video shows one of the incidents. 17 cars in all were hit from sunday to yesterday in the towns of east meadow, leavitt town and, montauk. it's believed that is a chevrolet suv, and it it could have been used to shoot out the windows of the other cars. 4:44, and now some people in hoboken are under a boil water advisory after a broken mange caused a sink hole that swallowed up a car. the 12-inch pipe ruptured before dawn on 1st street. the street swallowed a nissan maxima when the street gave away.
the flood waters are receding in louisiana, but the pearl river is rising. some perishes spent the night under curfew after getting 14 inches of rain. the flood waters are expected to crest later this morning. it's 4:45. let's check in with meteorologist bill evans. >> looking at the camera, and on the roof, midtown, see down here to 5th avenue, 59th street right there, and we are looking at low clouds, fog, drizzle, and a shower this morning. we get going, and here's the camera in astoria, and here's the 59th street bridge, and that would be one world trade there, and we have low clouds, fog, and it's damp, and still have the chilly fill this morning where the winds continue to be out of the east, northeast, and that's gusting to 22 miles an hour.
feels like the 30s with the northeast wind, and yesterday's high, 51, and that's warmer than normal for this time of the year. the 51 we hit was yesterday morning at this time. .2 of an inch of rain in the park, and we may see a decent sunset at 7:03. toms river, you're at 44. good morning. ricetown, 45, and we are looking at 42 up to the north. with clouds and fog, the temperatures are uniform around the 29 counties of the tri- state, and we are looking at 21 with the wind gusts around flushing. that's sustained winds. and 18-mile an hour winds at bring port, and you can see the profile swirling around the low. it's pulling down the wind down to the shore. here's the overnight. 32 at laguardia and newark, and 30 around the park. it's been quite windy, and we will see it slowly dying down
will be a dryer wind as our low leaves and heads to the atlantic. you can't rule out the sprinkles coming around with the little area of rain to the south. today, as the low leaves it will pull up warm air, and we will get into the afternoon, and you can see noontime, into the low 50s, up up and -- upper 50s, and similarly western areas of new jersey, some of those spots get to 61, and then tomorrow, we will start off the day close to 50 degrees. 43-45, and by the afternoon, we will get to 60 degrees tomorrow, and a nice day on end and thursday. -- on end of thursday. i will give the day a c. it ends up being average.
warmer air surging up, and a passing shower tomorrow, and we are at 60 degrees. we should have a pretty sunset. here's your 7-day forecast. and they will be wearing the green on thursday, and sun and clouds, and maybe a passing shower, and that will not dampen the spirits of the st. patrick's day parade. spring will begin on sunday, and remember, on sunday, spring forward. >> wait? >> well, lass. >> that was the clock. this sunday, we are just springing forward, you know, with your body. >> i love st. patrick's day it will be so much fun. we are talking about what is happening here. b, d, f, m lanes with service changes until 5:00 a.m. and we have hoboken with these closures, and we are just talking about this water main break, and my cousin was sending me pictures of this. what a mess it.
avenue, and clinton street to 1st street. you have this water main break again on the south side of the station. think about that one if you usually take that route. the george washington, trying to get there under the apartments. lincoln and holland, you also have a construction. here's 495 as you try to make your way into the the lincoln tunnel. it's so foggy, they have dropped the speeds at the tappen zee bridge to 45 miles an hour. lori, over to you. >> thank you, it's 4:49, and this morning, there's questions about the conditions of the track where an amtrak train derailed. the engineer of the southwest chief noticed a misalignment just before the eight cars went off the rails west of dodge city, kansas, yesterday. authorities are looking into whether a vehicle may have damaged the tracks. 32 people were hurt in the derailment, two critically. police are investigating
branches and tape and stuck it on the lawn of bergen field. my are -- police are not calling it a hate crime. there's a statue of liberty out front and no problems in the neighborhood. >> it makes me feel unsafe. it's such a safe neighborhood. knowing someone came on my lawn to prove a point, it's like why would they do that? >> the cross was not set on fire, and it's now sitting in the family's backyard. the broadway hit "hamilton" that took over the white house, president obama who has seen the play twice here in new york, played cue card holder to the man who wrote hamilton, sparking a freestyle session in the rose garden. >> drop the beat!
going to do some freestylin' >> that's hamilton's creator and president obama. he was freestyling, using words on cards he had not seen before, and the president held them up. the cast of hamilton performed songs from the show for the president, first lady, and a group of students. >> how cool is this? >> the president said this is going viral, and of course it has. >> that's cool. i love that. >> 4:51, and coming up this morning, passengers who hop on the long island railroad on the way to celebrate st. patrick's day this week will have to leave one thing, and you can probably guess what behind. a student is accused of
found -- overseas, and scientists have found bones of a new sign daughter. they lived 90 million years ago, and within 10 million years they quadrupled in size to become the giant tyranasaurus. those are huge. what name would you give them? fido? >> dino! >> it was found in europe. >> teeth were still an issue. >> whoa! >> big, big issue. lower manhattan, fog here, and showers to the eastern end of long island, and we are looking at what is going to be temperatures that are very mild for parts of the morning hours here, and you factor in the wind, and it feels chilly this morning. the northeast winds at 17 miles
weather and traffic together every 7 minutes. how's it going, heather? >> reporter: we have some construction still there, but you're not seeing a major backup because of it, and that's a good thing. the fdr drive down into the 90s, and that's where the construction is. b, d, f, and m trains expect service changes until 5:00 a.m. our street cleaning rules are in effect for today. lori, over to you. >> heather, thank you. the mta is welcoming you on the commuter trains for st. patrick's day, but don't bring any booze. they will run extra trains to get people into the city for thursday's parade, but riders are advised not to bring alcohol containers open or closed.
the republican-led senate wants $1.7 million for schools and tax cuts for the small businesses and $167 million to fight opioid addiction. closing in on 5:00, and we are also following breaking news on long island a frightening home invasion turns into a double shooting. we are live at the scene. and that's a chilly start to your tuesday, and a little bit of drizzle is hanging around. meteorologist bill evans with
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is this the ides of march ? i believe it is. >> be aware of the ides of march. the george washington bridge, and it's 45 degrees, and the normal high for this time of the year, 48. it's damp, and humidity is high, so it feels chilly. 45 down the jersey shore and coastal contract. mid-40s, showers to the northeast with the low. the low is pulling down the northeast wind, and it's chilly and cloudy. by noontime, the sun will break out, and it's northerly. that will be light, and it's drying out at the miss fear, -- drying out the atmosphere. heather says everything is just fine. >> no problems on the l.i.e. this is near wood haven boulevard and there's one lane closed down over to that spot. now over to our maps. our subways are running on or
metro north, long island, new jersey transit doing just fine. tappen zee is moving just fine, but speeds down to 45 miles an hour, and that's because of the weather. looking at this camera here, this is the george washington bridge you. see the cars zipping along, no major issues at all, and all the construction has been cleared outbound at the george washington bridge, and linton and holland, they also have minor delays, and a good ride across the hudson river. if you're traveling through hoboken, keep in mind we have this closure, and clinton street has closures, 1st street and clinton street. lori, over to you. >> heather, thank you. it's 5:02, and breaking news on long island. two men have been shot in a home invasion, and the shooter is still on the run.
scene. >> reporter: good morning again, lori, what investigators are trying to determine is if this was a random home invasion or if it was targeted. i want you to see how large this is. this is the home in question and you can zoo where the crime scene expands across the street and several homes over. we know at this point, 1:00 this morning, on casino street here in freeport, one or more suspects made their way into the home and shot two of the men inside, and i have seen detectives talking to two people. we know the victims were taken to south nassau communities hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. i have seen flash flights behind the home, leadingtous believe the investigators are also conducting a search of the perimeter at the back of the
no word on the shooter or who police are looking for. darla miles, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you very much, and the red cross is assisting four families forced out of their homes by a deadly fire in orange, new jersey. three members of the same family were killed including two children and their father. the boys' mother is in the icu with serious burns, and the fire does not appear suspicious. some question the response time, but fire crews were on the scene just minutes after the call. supporters of a teenager whose savage beating by another student was caught on camera will protest today. oscar parascillo was assaulted by a wrestling team member angry over a girl. he fractured his nose and lost a tooth.
guard in the video you can see here, not that clear, but you can see her. she witnessed the whole thing going on. >> school never told me, oh, you need an ambulance or something. never, never. >> the school officials tell us that protocols were followed, and the student who attacked oscar is facing assault and was suspended. it's 5:05, and it's a big primary day in the race for the white house. the voters head to the polls in florida and ohio and as well as florida and ohio and as well as missouri, illinois, and north carolina, and now this morning, donald trump is trying to secure his front runner status, and democrat, hillary clinton is trying to do the same. kenneth has the latest from the trail. good morning to you kenneth. >> reporter: good morning, ken. there's enough delegates at stake to turn new yorkers donald trump and hillary clinton into likely nominees.
other states voting could make the difference. >> reporter: today could be a critical turning point in the race for president. >> this is the place i want to win. >> reporter: donald trump was in the winner-take-all state of ohio overnight. >> kasich cannot make america great again. he can't do it. >> reporter: the stop trump movement is in full effect. >> this country is not about tearing one another down. >> oh look a bernie sanders' sign. don't worry you won't get beat up at my rally. >> one difference here, i'm not asking anyone to punch you in the face. >> reporter: trump's response? >> these are lovefests. >> reporter: trump's likely opponent, hillary clinton called him out. >> i call him irresponsible.
he's been building this. >> reporter: bernie sander was in chicago. far behind in the delegate count but confident. this great state can help the country into a political revolution. >> reporter: sanders is trailing clinton in all five states voting today, and rubio is 20 points behind trump in his home state, but here in ohio, governor kasich has a chance to win, making a contested convention likely. reporting live kenneth moton, channel 7 eyewitness news. it's 5:07, and you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic. we are fogged in. this is our camera at 4 times square, is that right, ed? our director ed said he had picked that out for me to guess. you tried to trick me, ed. he's usually very good at that. this morning, looking south,
camera here at 4 times square, and visibilities, even though you can see the low cloud cover. i was looking at the visibilities reported. 2miles from the garden state parkway in monmouth and ocean county, and now low clouds, fog, and at any time in the morning hours, we have seen this fog, and it kind of drops down, drizzle, and rain, and it's chilly. 45degrees, and the real rain has pushed northeast and off into eastern connecticut to the cape, and there's an area of rain to the south and west, and it will kind of swing by, giving central southern new jersey a shower. eventually what will happen, warmer air surging from the south and west, and sunny break the later today. that's lunchtime, afternoon, and 59, 61 degrees, and that's going to feel very nice. normal highs about 48. midweek, we will be very warm on this last week of winter. it's weather and heather every
>> we have some fog, rain, and you're right. we have some construction, and this is the l.i.e., and i know it's kind of a weird-looking shot here, and the cones are set up right over here, and then the blinking arrow here, and we will head to our maps. the l.i.e. going eastbound, and that's wood haven boulevard into the parkway. subway service on or close to schedule. new jersey transit, metro north, no major troubles, and tappen zee bridge, speeds at 45 miles an hour because of the weather. ken and lori, over to you. >> we are following a developing story. three chicago police officers were shot confronting a group of drug suspects, and one of the suspects is dead this morning. plus the family of a local
5:12. welcome back. developing right now. three police officers are in the hospital after a shootout with a drug suspect, and this happened last night in chicago. those officers were chasing the suspect when he opened fire. all three officers were wounded, but they are expected to be okay. one officer did return fire, killing the alleged shooter, and a second suspect has not been caught, and a third person is being questioned. a lawsuit stemming from the racially charged police shooting death from a pace university football player has been settled. the family of d.j. henry has accepted a $6 million offer from the village of pleasantville and the a officer who shot henry in 2010. henry, who was black, drove away from a disturbance at a bar, and officer hess who was
the hood of henry's car and fired. >> we have asked from the beginning for truth and honesty and an apology, and we have not received that. that's all we have left. >> no federal or criminal indictments were handed up in his killing. lawsuits against mount pleasant and its police force are pending. bill evans is joining us with the forecast. >> reporter: the fort lee side of the george washington bridge, and you can see right to the hudson river and just across the west side there, you know, here's one world trade, and the surface reports are the
along the fdr, looking across from brooklyn this morning. the skies are cloudy, and we have a chilly feel to the atmosphere, even though it's 45. the overnight temperature is normally 35, and the northeast wind off the atlantic, gusting to 22, feeling raw outside, and the pressure is below 30, and it's windy. it was really a windy and raw day yesterday. .2 of an inch of rain showing up in part yesterday. sunrise at 7:07. not likely to see that. sunrise and sunset, could be good. fog and chilly, and breaks of sunshine, temperatures near 60. milder for thursday, st. patrick's day, and we may have a stormy start to spring on sunday. 42 in massapequa, and 45 around toms river. the temperatures are close. monticello a bit of a chilly spot. the northeast wind off western
the atlantic, and it's kind of turning northerly. it's a little dryer wind, it will dry out the atmosphere a bit and break occupy the clouds, and the winds have been gusting to around 30 to 32 miles an hour tonight, and the visibilities i was talking about, 3 miles at teeterboro. the visibilities are not bad. 2.5-mile visibility here around belmar. that's the lowest visibility so far this morning. surface. cloud at the surface fog could come and go at any time. a passing sprinkle or shower this morning, sunny breaks this afternoon, and temperatures are going to approach 60 degrees, 61 is 12 or 13 degrees warmer than this time of the year. a big batch of warm air with 60, and a passing shower late in the day.
we have st. patrick's day on thursday, and it will have southern clouds, and i don't think the shower is a problem at all. very minor and brief, and it should not bother anyone with problems outside. and that should not put a damper on or anything like that. 60degrees, and that should be great. and then spring is sprung on sunday, and the half and runners don't care. >> no. >> they are runners. >> uh-uh. >> i ran in the new york marathon once in the rain all the way, start to finish in the rain, the whole way. >> i bet that felt kind of good. >> it was actually nice. runners like that. we are a crazy bunch. >> wild and crazy. >> we will neck with -- check in with heather. >> i choose to take the train. going over here to the l.i.e.
construction there. the minor delays for the george, lincoln, and holland tunnel. alternate-side parking rules in effect for today. >> heather, thank you. it's 5:17, and up next, the key changes coming to city homeless them safer. >> what's the cost of true love, lori? what until you hear what the average person spends on dating before settling down. speaking of love. doctors say he fell in love with two of the finalists on
it's 5:20, and welcome back. the nypd is set to begin immediate retraining of the security staff at the homeless shelters, and the retraining follows a 90 day review. mayor de blasio ordered the review after the stabbing deaths of a mother and two of her children at a staten island hotel that was used as a shelter. it's 5:20, and sometimes words can't express true love. >> oh, but the season finale of the bachelor hit its high point with the romantic outpouring of love from ben to lauren. >> my desire from here on out is love to you. to commit to you, to love you,
lauren, i want to spend the rest of my life with you. >> oh my god! >> lauren, will you marry me? >> yes! >> what? he said kiss you a lot! >> of course! >> and you heard it. lauren got her point across with just two words. the consolation prize goes to the over woman who got some of ben's attention after coming just this short of winning ben's heart, jojo fletcher will be the next bachelorette.
you can see him live on "good morning america" following eyewitness news at 7:00. and he will also be on live with kelly and michael beginning at 9:00 a.m. >> i need a moment, i'm sorry. >> i remember when my ex got on his knees and proposed. >> that was how many decades ago. >> what did you ever do with that ring, lori? >> ebay! [ laughter ] >> i lost it. [ laughter ] >> we are never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic and bill. >> wasn't there an ad in the paper? [ laughter ] i have a ring for sale, won't flush. [ laughter ] oh, wow! >> this is a great moment! we are all reduced to crying here. [ laughter ] . what can we say? congratulations to ben. i think he should have picked jojo, but that's just me.
on the ferry today. 24miles an hour, gusting to 34, and you have to be careful. getting on and off the ferries, and they are just fine, traveling back and forth from staten island. it's a tad on the and we are looking at a good ride as far as the commute goes. do you remember when bart proposed to you? >> yes. >> was he on one knee? >> he was not. >> that's why we are lasting so long. >> between edwards road here, a water main break at parsippaney, and 1st street is closed at willow street this is because of the ongoing water main break, and we have the tappen zee bridge with speeds down to 45 miles an hour, and new jersey transit, long island railroad, metro north, all running on or close to schedule, and subway service is
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have information on what happened. students will say good-bye to a popular athlete shot and killed after a basketball game. the sun is expected to make an appearance today, and it may bring along mild temperatures. >> reporter: good morning. i'm ken rosato. >> and i'm lori stokes. it's march 15th, and you're never more than 7 minutes away from traffic and weather with bill evans. >> reporter: be aware of the northeast wind coming in with the 45-degree temperatures, and bridgewater, 46, 45 down the jersey shore. the showers pushing off to the north, and today we are starting off cloudy and chilly, and this afternoon it will be milder. we will get closer to 60, 61, and it will be mild tomorrow and thursday, and we will be looking at interesting weather for the weekend, too. weather and traffic together every 7 minutes.
heather? >> this is the eastbound side from wood haven boulevard into the grant central parkway. a couple of lanes may be closed down, and they may be cleaning up the construction. over to the maps, and we will talk to you about mass transit, new jersey transit, metro north, all are running on or close to schedule. subway service also running on or close at this point, and that's good news. traveling through parsippaney. that's an ongoing water main break, and we do have veil road closed down this is 46, route 80, and below it, not doing too badly at all. hoboken, 1st street closed from grant street to willow avenue. clinton street is shut down from newark street to 1st street because of the ongoing water main break, and this is the new jersey transit, the hoboken station here, and this is the southbound side of hoboken. there's street cleaning rules in effect for today. unfortunately you have to get out there and move your car.
a shooter is on the run this morning after an apparent home invasion on long island. two people are in the hospital right now, and darla miles is live on the scene with details from police. darla? >> reporter: ken, we have now learned that one man was so the shot during this early morning incident. police are now calling it a robbery attempt. you can still see the police inside of the home, and around 1:00 this morning, an unknown number of suspects came into the house on casino street. during the robbery attempt, one man was shot and another was hurt. it's not clear if the suspects made off with any goods or cash it appears as if family members are inside of the home at this point, and the two victims were taken to south nassau communities hospital, and their
threatening, and here's a live look at the home. family members are inside the home, and we are working on details what happened, but two people in the hospital this morning, one shot, and another sustained a different kind of injury in what police are now calling a robbery. darla miles, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> all right, darla, thank you. the voters the polls today. >> 99 delegates are up for grabs in the florida primary, and 66 in ohio, and voters will head to the polls in missouri, illinois, and north carolina, and if republican front runner donald trump takes ohio, it will be nearly impossible to stop him from winning the gop nomination. >> mallory hoff is live in midtown. >> reporter: that's right. today could most certainly be a critical day for the candidates, some of them trying to keep their momentum, and others trying to stay afloat.
lead in florida is in double digits, 44% to 24% for ted cruz, and just 21% for marco rubio who pleaded in west miami last night for cuban americans to rally behind him. >> i will never express enough gratitude for the support the community has given me. >> hillary clinton is warning democrats to unify around her to defeat trump in november. clinton is almost 20 points ahead of bernie sanders in ohio and even more in florida. but some polls show them neck and neck in missouri, illinois, and north carolina. >> it looks like missouri is ready for a political revolution. >> reporter: donald trump got in some final digs at john kasich, and according to some
trump, but kasich said trump cannot make america great again. trump said he is as bad as chris christie who is feeling the heat for shadowing trump instead of attending a funeral for a new jersey state trooper. >> your governor kasich, he goes to new hampshire, and he's living in new hampshire. living. where's chris? is chris around? even more than chris christie he was there. right? even more. i hated to do that, but i had to make my point. >> reporter: based on the number of delegates up for grabs, today could be a very telling day. >> thank you, mallory. 5:35. a former martial arts instructor is being held on
know if more victims are out there. 26-year-old lorenzo ramos was let go for stealing and then after he was let go, two 12- year-olds and two 14-year-olds made the allegations. the manager who did not want his face shown say it was a surprise. >> they can't believe this i can't believe this either. no one believes this because he was very respectable to everybody, and he was like a role model. >> prosecutors said ramos offered the girls money and told one girl she should not say anything because they would both be killed. public schools in poughkeepsie will be closed today to allow students to attend the funeral of popular 18-year-old caval haylett. he was shot and killed on
game, and he was not the intended target. . two men killed during a tugboat accident died from drowning. a third victim was discovered yesterday, but the body will not be recovered until the boat is raised. investigators are trying to piece together what happened. two of the men who wasn't ruled albany, lawmakers with an iron fist, will be sentenced for their climbs on the same day at the same place. dean skelos and his son will be in federal court at 10:00 a.m., and so will exassembly speaker, sheldon silver. skelos and silver were both convicted of corruption. here's bill evans with your exclusive accuweather forecast. >> let's look from our camera, and here's 4 times square.
the clouds at the tops of the buildings. actually about halfway down this morning. clouds, fog, drizzle, and it's chilly. northeast wind is coming in. you can see from here, the clouds are at the top of the building. wall street, one world trade to the battery. 45degrees, and that's where the temperature has been hanging around all morning long. the satellite and radar, a few more showers to the south and west, and they may sneak through the clouds with showers and drizzled fog, and closer to lunchtime, the skies will brighten, and temperatures mid- 50s for lunch, and upper 50s just after lunch, and 61 this afternoon with sunny breaks, and that has to feel great. the kiddos at the bus stop. the huckelberries will be there this morning. there's damp heather there.
>> here's damp heather with your look at traffic. [ laughter ] coming manhattan-bound, you can see the cones set up they are doing two-way traffic because of the ongoing construction. here's the l.i.e., and now this direction, that's where the construction is, and i'm seeing delays rather as you go on to the westbound side, and we will head over to our maps, eastbound side of the l.i.e. into the grand central parkway, and there's ongoing instruction. i will find out what is happening on the westbound side. long island railroad, metro north, all running on or close to schedule, and subway service is also on or close. that's good news for us. george, lincoln, and holland tunnel, and the george washington span is doing just fine. our street cleaning rules are in effect for today. lori and ken, over to you. >> heather, thank you. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, the cross placed on a new jersey front lawn that is getting a lot of attention. investigators are looking into the a possible motivation this
yo new this morning, nassau county police need your help in catching whoever is shooting out car windows with a bb gun this is a video from one incident. 17 cars were hit yesterday in the towns of east meadow, and leavitt town. someone put a cross on a lawn in bergenfield. the people who live in the home are jewish and mexican, and the people upstairs are haitian and
of liberty in the front lawn, and there's never been any problems. >> knowing someone came on my lawn to prove a point, it's like why would they do that? >> the cross was not set afire, and it's now sitting in the family's backyard. it is 5:43, and let's join meteorologist bill evans with your accuweather forecast. >> let's look outside. today we will be looking at times square right here with cloudy skies, rain, and we are going to be looking at this little fog and drizzle and rain that will continue this morning for the morning commute. you need the warm year, like the warm jacket, and stuff like that. you need that into the day. the low clouds and fog here in brooklyn, looking a i cross the east river here, and there's a chilly morning and temperature are at 45 degrees. the pressure is falling, and it will be windy around for a time.
leaving up into canada and the atlantic. we are starting the high around 45, and we should be around 35 degrees, but it feeling chilly enough with the wind and the drizzle and the fog. 60 and a few breaks of sunshine later today. mild weather for wednesday and thursday, and then we may have a little rainy, stormy start to spring we will talk about for sunday. pyke county, pennsylvania, 49. 45 for bridge port, out to long island. and mid-40s dominate temperature around for the tri- state area, and mostly cloudy and the showers with the low is pushing off into the atlantic. the low is spinning off the northeast wind, making it chilly with showers to the south and west, and it may creep into southern new jersey, and it may wind down today. the futurecast, we are down to noontime, and mid-50s here with the cloudy skies, and we have a brightening of skies and we go to sunset, and temperatures into the upper 50s. sunset is just after 7:00, and tomorrow morning, we will start
the mid- to upper 40s, and then we will have sunny breaks, and we will get to 60 for the afternoon tomorrow, and there may be a passing sprinkle tomorrow night, and there's a warm air surging up and over us from the southwest, and we have damp conditions, and there's drizzle, and fog this morning. and sunny breaks later and milder. 48 with areas of fog and a cloudy sky, and tomorrow, sun, clouds, and a passing shower. 60, and sun is setting at 7:04. i was just wondering how much time i had left. 60 on wednesday and thursday. there's a lot to talk about. thursday is st. patrick's day, and it's 60. a passing shower, and on friday, breezy and mild with cooling down to 54. a mixture of sun and clouds, and low clouds and fog this morning. be on the lookout of that. we have not seen the visibilities drop down very low, and we have seen 2.5-mile visibilities, ask it could be
that some of that will give you delays at the area airports coming up. >> okay, and we have one of those big clocks, the big rapper clocks around julian's neck so we know the time cues. >> did you see julian a minute ago. >> was he dancing? >> attempting to. >> 80s flashback. >> let's go back to heather. >> he starts with that stuff. this is by exit 19 into the grand central parkway. we have construction, and let's look at the web camera. i can show you the construction over here, and then this delay over here, going westbound, and that's just your typical morning delay, and that's coming out of nassau county, coming into the grand central parkway, and we will go right back over to the maps. the subways are on or close to schedule. that's good news for us. new jersey transit, long island
running on or close to schedule. 78, the eastbound side near 15, and it's out in the clinton area, and there's that accident being cleared away, and then i got a tweet. i got a tweet from karen. karen told me the water main break at parsippaney was fixed yesterday. that's good news. the road is completely reopened. we have our street cleaning rules in effect for today. lori, over to you. >> thank you. it's 5:47 right now, and some people in hoboken are under a boil water advisory after a water main break flooded streets. crews spent the night digging up the road to repair the 12- inch pipe, and it ruptured before dawn yesterday on 1st street, and then a sink hole opened up and the street swallowed up a nissan nearby. the amount of money that is
mayor de blasio will travel to washington today in hopes of preventing planned cuts to the antiterror funding. de blasio will testify before the house subcommittee and the federal government plans to pull half of the funding that helps cities prevent and recover from terror attacks. new york's share would be cut by $91 million. controversy in iowa. that's near the minnesota border, and instead of just
the animals are suicidal. some say it's insensitive to people. >> i, myself, have never had anyone close to me decide to take their own life, but i have had friends and other people who have, and i know it's a very sensitive subject. >> we thought it may be an effective way to remind people that there's a lot of deer in the area. >> the county bought more signs. no word on when they will be going up. as if the roller coaster experience was not scary enough, 6 flags over georgia has unveiled its new virtual reality roller coaster, and this is not a simulated roller coaster ride. this is an actual ride wearing the headset. you zoom through the twists and turns, and your headset puts
lasers, explosions, and aliens. wow! i love that! [ laughter ] man, i don't know, and then you miss the whole outdoor thing. >> it's a new age. >> it is a new age, i guess. i don't know. i kind of want to see and feel the air. i'm old fashioned. 5:52, and still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, at least one person is shot during a robbery on long island. a live report from the scene at 6:00. the fog is hanging around
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at 22, 17, 18 miles an hour. still feeling raw, damp, and chilly, and winds are better now, decreasing a little. if you're taking the ferry over, be careful getting on and off the ferry. the catastrophe -- the captains are great, and if you're taking the ferry back, 43 degrees. and suni stony brook going to be in the ncaa march madness against kentucky. i think the game is today, heather. >> that game is so awesome. >> we will be cheer them on. >> this is not so awesome. this is what happens when something happens on 78. lot of people are taking 78. i will tell you what that is as we go over to the maps. this is eastbound at 17 at clinton, and two lanes are closed as a result, and the l.i.e. east, into the grand central, and more construction set up there.
effect, and mass transit is doing just fine. lori, over to you. >> thank you, heather. the mta is welcoming you to the commuter trains for st. patrick's day, but don't bring any adult beverages. long island railroad and metro north are running extra trains to get people into the city for thursday's parade. but riders are being advised not to bring alcohol containers opened or closed. the ban will be in effect until friday. the republican-led senate wants $1.7 billion, more for schools and tax cuts for small businesses and the middle class, and $167 million to fight opioid addiction. they also want higher taxes on million dollarss.
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and we could see the presidential race even further today with primary elections in five states. breaking news, mother teresa is now on the road to sainthood. the announcement from the vatican just moments ago. i'm lori stokes. >> and i'm bill evans. you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. >> reporter: 45 in east hampton, 45 around norwalk, and 45 down the jersey shore. by the afternoon, temperatures coming up into the low 60s, and weather and heather every 7 minutes. >> it's a mess. this is on 78. two tow trucks are on the scene.