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now, eyewitness news this morning. good morguent it is 6: good morning. a well known teen was found stabbed to death inside a park. another teen is facing murder charges. two teens ak tad a 60-year- old woman on the street in the bronx and put her in a chokehold. we have the video that police
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taking a live look at the city. dark this sunday morning, october 11th, 2015. i'm mir shell charles worth. >> also a dark cloud hanging over the met's game last night. we have to talk about that. >> and the question. >> a lot of folks wondering what happened there. >> we're not started it off, we're reporting it. >> thanks for being with us early. >> amy, we're glad to have you back in the house. night to see you at city field yesterday. >> yes, let's go mets. they are getting ready for the monday night game. this morning though the particulars are looking good for the boroughs meaning we have light winds and there was a frost advisory last night.
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we look to the east and we have upper 40s and low 50s for long island and then northwest new jersey and temperatures are colder by as much as 10, 12 degrees. so we begin with morning lows in the low 30s and this is likely where frost was forming on the pumpkins. it goes until 9:00 a.m. this morning. it goes really from that northwest new jersey up through the upper hudson valley extending up to monticello and sussex as well. >> not much cloudcover to help keep the warmth at the surface. temperatures will drop easily. a high of 70 today. that's a huge improvement over yesterday's 65. even warmer tomorrow for the columbus day holiday. i'll have that in the accu-
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a community is morning community is mourning the death. the teen was once a student. meanwhile, the suspect is facing murder charges. kristen thorn has more on this story. >> reporter: good morning michelle. first i want to show everyone the memorial here at the park that friends have set up for the 17-year-old victim here. this spot right here, very close to where the 17-year-old was found stabbed to death. the victim, was a former student at sleepy hollow high school. the 16-year-old of terrytown stabbed him to death friday night inside the park. everyone of course mourning the loss of this teenager, someone that everyone knew very well. we're hearing these two teens possibly had gotten into a fight. robinson suffered multiple stab wounds.
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robinson for those who knew him can't believe he is gone. >> i'm just afraid that's like it could have been resolved. >> this was just a senseless act that we need to heal from as a community. >> we know that robinson attended sleepy hollow high school last year. the homecoming game there at the high school was cancelled yesterday because of this. grief counselors will be at the school both today and tomorrow. obviously there is no school today, because it is sunday. tomorrow there is not school for the columbus day holiday but school administrators know if they are not dealing with this well, they can go to high school to speak with grief counselors. all right. thank you. this morning, parents are trying to make sense of the apparently accidental death of their 16-year-old son.
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mar cows castillo was playing with four friends at an abandoned building when he fell seven stories. sandra bookman has the story. >> reporter: clinging to each other and fighting through tears, these heart broken parents are mourning the lus of their son. >> he was only 16 years old and he was beautiful. >> reporter: police say the 16- year-old died of severe head trauma after falling seven stories down an elevator shaft in what used to be stat tan island hospital in new brighton the hospital has been abandoned and fenced off since 1992 but apparently still a hang out for some teens. even as detectives and city inspectors made their way through, they were putting up a new fence around it, little comfort for this grieving family. >> they have to do something.
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happen to other kids. so sad. what we're seeing video of a frightening attack of a woman in the bronx. surveillance video from yesterday shows three suspects putting the 60-year-old in a choke hold. they were after her purse. the woman broke free for a moment and then was chased down and kicked by one of the suspects. she suffered a broken wrist. they did run off empty handed. police are asking for help identifying them. if you want to get a closer look at the suspects we have the video on our facebook and twitter pages. >> >> a triple shooting in brooklyn. one was brian uponte. he and two other men were breaking into cars when some local workers spotted them and then chased them down. he pulled out a gun and opened fire killing one of those workers.
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little girl were also shot, but they are recovering. president barack obama has reassured that they will stand with the fight against terrorism and other challenges in the region. he called turkey's president to offer sympathy. at least 95 died in the blast. turkey's prime minister suggested that rebels or islamic state immigrants were to blame. bergdahl, may face a lower level court martial. he was captured by the taliban after leaving his post in 2009 and held until last year where
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marchs gathered along the east river of long island city near riverview school where he was last seen alive. he wandered away from the school in 2013 and was autistic. she was found dead in the river three months later. a bill in congress would help pay for tracking devices for autistic children of the >> we're here to march for safety and awareness especially for these children and regular children. >> it is ten million dollars. in a federal budget that is trillions of dollars, $10 million to save lives. >> it is nothing. >> the senator announced a republican senator of north carolina is now a co sponsor of the law. let's talk about baseball and the world to the road series. a bad night for the mets in l.a.. a play under review now.
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losing the game and they lost their starting shortstop. the mets were leading 2-1 when taj jer chase utley slid into ruben tejada and he suffered a broken leg it collision. the dodgers went on to win by 5- 2. game three of the division series is at city field tomorrow night. we'll have more or the game and team reaction to that controversial slide and play that cost ruben tejada the postseason and completely changed the rest of the game after that. >> buzzing about that today. i'm no yeah no sports analyst and it did look like a dirty hit. >> and he didn't hit the bag. >> just saying. >> how hard do you have to hit an athlete to break a leg? >> he is out.
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>> yes. if the mets don't win the series it may come back to that moment. it is under review as we said. a time for a rebuilding, cleanup underway in south carolina after devastating storms ravaged at area. we have been talking about this for more than a week. although the rain is easing up, flooding remains amon spur problem. the latest on the 12-year- old gunned down. results in two reviews following last year's police killing of the 12-year-old in ohio.
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nd well come back. the downpours in south carolina are expected to taper off today, but not exactly great news based flooding is still a problem. the water is still high in that state especially along the coast where the national guard is using its large trucks to get around town. pittsburgh steelers player clifton gee ters and his family were among those helped by soldiers as ney struggled to save items from their flooded homes. it is along, long road to go for folks. it is incredible what is going on there. >> everybody still has water and they have loot ers going around in boats and going to houses taking stuff. >> they have three rivers flooding very significantly so
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they are very high and as long as the water is around, even if it is not raining and the rivers, creeks and streams are high there are problems. >> and broken dams and ruined homes. they couldn't put a number on the damage. we can't tell you how many billions this will cost. >> it is horrible. but here to be selfish, yesterday was spectacular. >> it really was nice. >> it was a perfect day. >> it was a little too cool for me. >> that is my line you usually. >> turn it up. temperatures five degrees warmer today. that should do just fine. a beautiful autumn weekend all in all and we stretch it into monday columbus day so we have a few days that are great. >> the parade starts at 11:00. >> that has nothing to do when
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i'm thinking michelle time is different than -- it is different. >> noon we have been told. >> noon. >> a glimmer of the sun coming up. looking pretty nice. normal high 66. normal low is 52. yesterday, we had 65 in central park. record this time of year can below 90s and this is also first touch and go for fall across parts of the area. sunrise this morning by the way is 7:01. frost advisory. stretching through the upper hudson valley. you'll see the numbers and significantly colder than yesterday. it was a crisp cool start yesterday. upper 40s to low 50s. we're almost ten degrees colder than this time yesterday in the northwest counties and really you can feel the difference but also the possibility of frost when you get temperatures it
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low to mid-40s a n't that is what we have for monticello and sussex and the valleys too. very few clouds to slow any of that down. that also means bright, sunny skies for us so we'll take that. high pressure in control and through the week. the next chance for rain not until tuesday. mid-60s yesterday into the 70s this afternoon and then 7 4x picked on monday. temperatures are going to jump nicely. we'll be almost ten degrees above the average once we get into monday afternoon so if the kids are off school, you can enjoy. monday morning a few showers well offshore allowing for a lot of sunshine and a surge of warm air coming up. that allows for the temperatures to jump. tuesday a weak front comes through. a chance of rain, a little sprinkle early part of the day
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on tuesday. so this afternoon mostly sunny skies. above average. tonight beautiful skies and 54 here in the city. meanwhile, we'll see temperatures in the upper 30s, low 40s so frost not likely this evening. monday columbus day. maybe you're off work. extend the day. the weekend a little bit. temperatures in the 70s. parade noon is the broadcast time. it will be a fantastic day to be out spec tating right there along the streets. here is your accu-weather seven-day forecast. showers possible tuesday. low 70s. by wednesday cooler. a front brings temperatures back near normal at 66. then thursday a cool breeze, 65. temperatures drop struggling to get to 60 by friday and upper 50s heading into next weekend so cooler temperatures.
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big day this morning. the new york roadrunners, half- marathon. good luck to all the runners and everyone that is going out to enjoy the race this morning. >> so nice. perfect. 50s weather? >> ideal running weather. >> perfect. >> this is -- you get out there. this is smooth sail ing for you rob. >> really? in the 50s you say? >> yes. >> he is lacing his running shoes right now. >> thank you. straight ahead, thousands of people pack the washington mall saturday for the 20th anniversary of the million man march, the day they encourage hand-crafted...layer by layer. the new macchiato from dunkin' donuts. experience the flavor of fall
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d two independent investigations of the shooting have concluded the cleveland officer was justified in opening fire on that 12-year- old boy. the outside reviews of the officer said rice was a 12-year- old before shooting him last november. it shows the officer shooting within seconds of arriving. the minute he got out of the car, the boy was holding what turned out to be a pellet gun at the time. people around the country returned to the national mall to mark the 20th anniversary of the million man march. the nation of islam organized the march as it did two decades ago. they used the slogan justice or else. many of the men, women and children who marched use the phrase black lives matter and talked about police brutality.
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police brutality highlights racial in equality and is at the forefront of today's news. black lives do matter and you have to understand up holding social justice. speakers included family members of unarmed people being killed during encounters with police. nation of islam leader addressed community responsibility when it comes to killings in the inner city. a deal fund the mta's massive capital spending program. the agreement will pay for infrastructure repairs and improvements in the system over the next five years. late last week, the mayor upped the city's off to $2.5 billion. the state is giving $8.3 billion. in harlem, longtime new york state senator wants to
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in the second inning, solo home run. 1-0 mets. in his first postseason at-bat gets the first postseason home run and 2-0 mets but then big trouble in the 7th. he is on in relief, a weird and controversial play here. the grounder up the middle flips to ruben tejada who takes the hard slide from chase utley. tejada goes down in serious pain with a broken fib beulah, he is done for the year. then utley ruled safe even though he never touched the bag. after that gonzalez the double. two runs scoredn't 5-2 your final. this series is tied at 1-1. the turning point the mets believe was dirty. >> yes you're angry. in the playoff series you lose a guy to that series of an injury. they are not very happy about it. >> my experience is that is not a slide.
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we all know he plays hard. i play hard. i have done my fair share of takeout slides and never have done anything like that. >> we knew it was going to be a tough series but would have been nice to take two here, but any time you can go 1-1 against them in their house, i guess we'll take it. >> as for chase utley after the game, he said he feels terrible and was simply trying to break up the double play. while the lead baseball officer said he will review the slide to determine if any discipline is wanted. with the mets in los angeles, channel 7 eyewitness news. and ruled him safe and never touched the bag. >> that is the thing. >> you kidding me? >> whoa! man! sports rolls on. a field day with this one today. >> yes. >> much more ahead including a live look at today's top stories.
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>> reporter: people are mourning the death of a 17-year- old boy allegedly stabbed to death by another teen. details coming up. >> also, ahead president barack obama weighs in on kanye west's bid for the white house in 2020. the tips he offered the rap star coming up. >> amy, looking at the accu- weather forecast today. temperatures will be warmer. we still have a lot of sun. we're fog with an 8. pretty
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around your sunday morning. nice looking. not bad at all for an autumn morning, sunday, october 11th, 2015. >> thanks for being with us. i'm rob nelson. we have a second half of the weekend. >> it was fantastic. i went to brunch with some friends and walked through central park and then got stuck in the apple store for two hours. >> did you really? >> jenny needed a new iphone. >> we went apple picking. >> that would have been far more pleasant. enough about that. what did you do? you had a big day. >> we went to mini golf and hibachi. onion volcano, turning six. it was awesome. it was so much fun. i have pictures to show you. >> hee enjoyed histe? >> he had a blast. >> six is a good age. >> it was a five-hour long
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parts oh, it is a drop off. see you tomorrow. >> i love those parties. i rarely host them, but i love taking my kids. >> good morning to the both of you. it is a party today. i mean what kind of beautiful fall weather could top this? we have a nice long weekend here stretching into columbus day and temperatures this morning while in the boroughs are easy to take in the low 50s, a little chilly. signs of the season with a little bit of frost. very few clouds overnight. we had the frost advisory that goes until 9:00 a.m. this morning. winds very calm and temperatures bottomed out and north and west of the city, these are frost temperatures. even though it is in the mid- 30s at the surface you can start to see some freezing or some frost forming and so that is why that happened. suburbs mid-40s. planning this day, by noon, a few clouds, high, thin clouds, but that is it.
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nice skies through the evening and a a high of 70 degrees. i'll have the accu-weather seven-day forecast ahead. rob. >> thank you very much. moving on to the news now, a county in mourning after the mur deaf of a teenager in the park. grief counselors will be on hand where the teen was a student. the suspect facing murder charges. kristin thorne live. >> reporter: the victim is 17- year-old robinson. i want to show you the memorial here that friends have been setting up for the 17-year-old robinson who was a former student at sleepy hollow high school. it appears it was a fight with another teen that led to his death friday night. the 16-year-old of terrytown stabbed robinson multiple times
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inside barnhart park in sleepy hollow. police arrested him in yonkers only hours after robinson was found. hit death has taken a toll on the community. >> we have postponed homecoming. i think we were not ready to play that game as a community. it is a very celebratory event, homecoming. this community we need to get together with the village, the school district and just start to heal and continue to process the healing and preventing tragedies like this so they never occur again. >> and as you mentioned rob, grief counselors will be available to students today and tomorrow at sleepy hollow high school. for now we're live in sleepy hollow. i'm kristen thorne. >> police say the 43-year-old
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wheel when he hit a pedestrian, somebody just crossing the road, 51-year-old kenneth rich who died at the scene. burke has been charged with driving while intoxicated. actor andy quaid is expected to have a charge. he was taken into custody while trying to cross in tonight u.s. from canada. he is wanted in santa barbara california to face felony val dalism charges filed way back in 2010. he and his wife were found squatting in a guest house of a home that he previously owned. he looks a lot different these days. >> how would you recognize him? wild. >> a long time since national lampoon. >> a long time. >> president barack obama is offering up advice for the rapper kanye west. >> first of all you have to spend a lot of time dealing with some strange characters who behave like they are on a
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reality tv show. so you have to be cool with that. >> right. there you go. west was married to reality star kim kardashian says he will plan to run for president in 20/20. on a more serious note, the president bushed for a change in the nation's gun laws. >> we don't have to have kids in classrooms feeling threatened because somebody has got an ak-47. we don't need to have that. that is a choice we make. >> president barack obama was in california for fund-raisers and encouraged the crowd to be politically active. he said i'm just getting started. michelle president obama visited connecticut to christen the navy's new submarine.
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nd city field hosted the event. amy freeze was right there front and center. participants climbed more than 2200 steps. why? to symbolize the 110 stories that firefighters climbed during the 9-11 attacks. they rush into help the families that lose a firefighter who rushes into help us. a wonderful cause and look how many, i couldn't believe how many had full gear on, 60 pounds. >> all those steps in that gear? >> absolutely. >> that is now joke. >> wow! . 2200 steps is 22 stories. that is how many floors in the rescues in 9-11. they had particular moments of silence symbolic of that.
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a chance to sort of appreciate and give thanks to our firefighters at the same time it recognized that's amazing organization and emphasized on safety too. what we can do and make sure your smoke alarms are working. that way someone doesn't have to risk their life to save yours. that was the big take away from yesterday. the weather was beautiful. they were getting city field ready for the game monday night so a special opportunity to be out there. >> right now we're it low 50s. look at this beautiful shot as the sun comes up. 7:01 official sunrise time. a beautiful day in front of us with temperatures warmer than yesterday, at least by the afternoon. we're starting with cooler temperatures in some spots. over the east river, the sun starting to brighten the sky here. pressure is on the rise. winds are calm. 66% humidity and a look at the numbers.
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40s there. temperatures that are about 5 to 10 degrees colder than yesterday at this same time north and west. temperatures really bottom out there. lows this morning were in the frost territory. so it is very chilly this morning in the northwest counties. low to mid-30s. that goes until 9:00 a.m., that frost advisory but a sign of this weekend is really a crisp fall weekend that could take us into the frost in the next week to ten days, closer into the city. we'll see how that goes. a few clouds in the outlying areas. most will wake up to sunshine across the tri-state. high pressure in control. we get the cool air from yesterday so shoved off a little more to the east with the influence of warmer air out of the southwest. it is a light wind but enough to bring our temperatures up into the 70s today and then mid- 70s tomorrow. that is a perfect parade for columbus day.
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the future cast confirms it. we're rain free for the rest of the weekend, even the long weekend so clear skies tonight. then tomorrow sunshine. a few showers offshore, but that is where they stay. that low will spin off to the east. then another cold front that we're tracking here coming back into the ohio river valley. that is what pushes through on tuesday giving us the next chance for rain. doesn't look like much, still there. mostly sunny and warmer for this afternoon. real decent fall weekend. tonight starry skies, 54 in the city. warmer temperatures it out lie ing areas so frost not a problem there. >> mid-60s by 11:00. michelle charlesworth and ken rosato will be there. 72 on tuesday. a bit of rain possible. a shower here or there early part of the day. wednesday 66.
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near normal temperatures. cool breeze, 65 on thursday. 60 with a chance for rain on friday. saturday back into the upper 50s. good luck to all the runners. newyork roadrunners half- marathon. this right here the 13.1 miles they will be running in staton island, another way to gear up for the big race. >> three and a half weeks out. >> 21 days out. >> training. >> 21 days. >> it is all about the training. still time. >> you too, relay. >> i'm getting ready for the marathon in three weeks? [ laughter ] >> you have to watch one time and you'll be hooked. >> i'll take you up on that. >> before we get a break, here is the community calendar. at sailing the sky at wave mill in the bronx, look for migrating hawks soaring,
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river and fashion your own to need in autumn breezes. the fall scavenger hunt and discover nature signs of the season. >> a fun filled day in queens. face painting, apple pressing for cider and colonial candle making. if you love garlic, you're in for a treat. come sample this favorite at the tasting festival. in brooklyn, celebrate fall with some dutch traditions. the lights will shine a little brighter. for more information about
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d a gas leak. the fire killed a couple in massachusetts. it happened at a con dough minute yum community in franklin. propane tanks on the property is what fueled those flames. the bodies of risch charge and nancy brown, both 66 years old in the debris. the immediate powerful explosion. black smoke and flames and stuff coming down from the sky. >> you can't hardly tell there was another house there, just the foundation left. >> the other two damaged buildings were on unpiled, thank good mention. they have expected other homes in that area for possible gas
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police in atlanta searching for attacks ers who assaulted martin luther king jr. naomi king the 83-year-old widow reverend king's younger brother was confronted in her car on friday. king was in the front of the retirement community where she lives when two men approached and demanded that car. >> i said i am not getting out of my car. he said well, i am going to bust you in your lips. he came forth and gave me a hard nick on my cheek and across here. >> whoa! the two suspects ran away without robbing mrs. king. king said she was grateful she was not seriously hurt in all this and she hopes this brings attention to a problem within
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>> they are proud of their heritage as you can see in the name of the restaurant. they opened in 2007 in sunny side where there is a community. >> being here is being at home. the food, the flavor, the treatment we got from this wonderful family here, just to be here makes it special. >> nancy and carlos first opened a deli where they sold the snacks and groceries like these. they launched their sunny side spot first as a bakery and quickly expanded the menu. >> we eat a lot of beef. >> there is an emphasis on beef here served in a variety of ways including battered. >> we're famous for eating soups. >> a hearty tomato soup. they are made with cornmeal mixed with muenster cheese and broth from the soup is added a
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dough is the right consistency. then shaped into tiny balls that are boiled in the soup. >> i'm pa roof yen but i love the pair qua yen food. it is a little different and very delicious. >> the food is great and the people are very, very friendly so we enjoyed our company. >> i thought i would give it a try. >> we're happy to have this. and for american people to know our food and enjoy it as we do. >> homeland pride. best of luck to them. >> and good food. sunday morning. friends and family mourning the loss of a teen-ager. a teen under arrest. dozens remain in the
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hospital following explosions at a peace rally ironically enough in turkey. a blast that has killed now nearly 100 people. and broken leg controversy swirls around the mets heading back home with one win, one loss against the dodgers. are they going to be able to that's a big bull. i think that's old cyrus.
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take the long way, huh? thank you cyrus.
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d this is new york's number one news. channel 7 eyewitness news. with michelle charlesworth, and rob nelson and amy freeze with it exclusive accu-weather forecast. now eyewitness news this morning. a teenager stabbed to death inside a westchester county park. another teenager accused of his murder. family members of the 16-
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make sure no one else is forced to go through their same kind of grief. well look at this play. mets' fans and ruben tejada in pain this morning. the team bows down to the dodgers in los angeles. a major injury to their starting shortstop who is down, broken leg and out for the rest of the season. >> oh, man. beginning on that one. enjoy a beautiful sunrise to start your sunday morning. absolutely gorgeous shot there as we get started on this october 11th, 2015. thanks for starting yoi day with us. a beautiful fall day in the tri- state. keep it coming. >> even better today. second half of the weekend, i'm rob nelson. >> i'm michelle charlesworth. >> amy freeze, what is going on? it is such a beautiful fall weekend. it is along weekend, too. it is like a bonus.
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in the mid-60s. beautiful skies. the sun coming up this morning is fantastic. we have temperatures in the 70s waiting for us later today and into monday for columbus day for the big parade. 54 right now in central park. 34 mormonite sil low. those are the areas north and west of the frost advisory. down the shore, 43. these are the counties involved in the frost advisory that goes until 9:00 a.m. frost on the pumpkins this morning and a sign of the season for us, as well. temperatures have been getting chilly overnight. that is how we start the day, low 50s. a southwest wind through the afternoon. that will take our temperatures back into the low 60s by 11:00 a.m. and 70 expected later this afternoon, above average for this time of year but even warmer tomorrow. i'll have that coming up in the accu-weather seven-day forecast. michelle.
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friends and loved ones are mourning the loss of a life taken too soon. now another teen is under arrest in this. kristin thorne has more in sleepy hollow with the latest on this. kristin, good morning. >> reporter: good morning michelle. first i want to show everyone the memorial here that freds set up for the 17-year-old victim. this is around the same place where taj robinson was stabbed to death. he was a former student at sleepy hollow high school. we just learned that he was an athlete there, played football and basketball. they say the 16-year-old of terrytown stabbed him to death friday night inside the park in sleepy hollow. the two had apparently gotten into a fight. robinson suffered multiple stab wounds. robin sore, for robinson for those who knew him
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>> i will miss his smile. he was very talented. i would like to go viral. >> it is sad to say someone you know for such a long time and that you have invited to your house and had played video game, someone so close that is just gone, you're never going to see again. >> reporter: because of this the homecoming game was cancelled yesterday. today and tomorrow there will be grief counselors at sleepy hollow high school where he was a former student. coming up in the next half- hour, you will hear from a local reverend who we just met who stopped by to put down some flowers and what she has to say about all this. i'm kristin thorne, channel 7, eyewitness news. thank you. >> >> meantime, a family is searching for answers and also now demanding action after a teen's deadly fall inside of an abandoned building. he was playing with friends
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friday when he fell seven stories down an elevator shaft. he was pronounced dead. now his grieving parents want to know exactly what led to this fall and why the dangerous building is still standing. >> i want to know what happened. i want to know what happened yesterday. they say it was an accident, but i don't know. >> crews have put up a new fence in an attempt to secure that property. many in the community are calling for the city to tear down the building which has been vacant now for 35 years. overseas to that horrendous explosion that happened in turkey. police detained 14 suspected members of the islamic state group. it is unclear whether the arrests are related to the explosions. a peace rally was happening in
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the capital, at least 95 people have died in those blasts. a statement from the crisis coordination center said 160 people were hurt in the blast and are still in the hospitals there. 65 of them are in serious condition. turkey's prime minister suggested that rebels or islam hick state group militants were to blame in this. >> and now to the story everybody is going to be talking about today in the sports world. a rough night in more ways than one for the mets out in los angeles. the team now heading home with a tie in the series after losing the game and not just the game, but also their starting shortstop. mets were leading 2-1 when chase utley slid into ruben tejada at second base. ruben tejada, the hit was so hard he suffered a broken leg in the collision. he is done for the year, for the postseason, the dodgers then win 5-2. the game really went downhill for the mets
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after that injury. game 3 now of the series at city field back on home turf tomorrow night. we'll have more on the game and team reaction to the controversial play that cost ruben tejada the postseason. utley never hit the bag number one and that call is under review to see if any disciplinary action is necessary. it ain't over just yet. >> the game is over. that part is over, but more on that slide into second is under review. >> right. and laura talked to some of the players in talking afterwards saying they made slides like that in the past and that was not a normal slide. that was a little more violent than most. >> so we'll see what the review comes up with. if they don't win the series, people will come back to that moment last night. >> and ruben tejada out for the season. flooding remains a huge problem in south carolina.
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d well, the downpours in south carolina are expected to taper off today, good news, but here is the bad news. flooding still a huge problem at least for now. the water is still high in parents of the state especially around the coast where the national guard is using large trucks to get around streets that are normally dry, not now. pittsburgh steelers player and his family were among those actually helped by soldiers as they struggled to save items
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such a mess down there. sending love and prayers to those people. it has been a rough week and a half of this now, maybe more. >> and all those creeks, tribu tortilla and rivers, still -- how can you even tell where a river would be? >> roads have been washed out. it is quite a disaster right now. just traveling to get to your home to get what you need, your job. >> hotels are awful of people on the out skirts. it is awful. >> i'm heading to charlston and now we're watching all this to see, should we go, should we not? i don't know. we'll have to wait and see what mother nature does. >> absolutely. around here we had the strong thunderstorms on friday night. it ushrd in the cool airports start of the weekend. yesterday was a crisp 65 degrees at the park. it felt kind of cool. here is a beautiful live
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pictures as the sun comes up this morning. i love it. from brooklyn looking into lower manhattan, a spectacular view. sun reflecting on the buildings. really a nice start to the day. here is a look at the current temperatures right now. we have 54 degrees. humidity 62%. southwest winds at 5 miles an hour, so a light wind overnight. high pressure system with a southwest wind coming in will warm us up even more than yesterday. hampton bay 53. we have 47 there. rosslyn 53 for you. down the jersey shore, temperatures at least 10 to 12 degrees colder than yesterday and a crisp start to the day. frost issues into the northern counties. temperatures there 34 the overnight low. the frost advisory goes until 9:00 a.m.
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a few clouds, but well to the north of us mainly upstate those clouds lingering. wall to wall sunshine again this afternoon. should be a fantastic looking date. if you're traveling, upstate near peak conditions in northern new york and across the state line from pennsylvania into new york there is a gorgeous area of peak colors. you can look online and get good ideas where to take the drive or do the hike. high pressure in control. southwest flow coming in our direction and beautiful skies so no worry about major clouds forming or major storms. that is the same for tomorrow. a long holiday weekend. parade perfection. mid-70s expected for the afternoon tomorrow. storms stay away through this evening and a wider picture, a few showers offshore. there is another front trying to get in here, but by tuesday all this will do is a few
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here, not a big deal. wednesday cooler temperatures and we'll take that sort of theme through the second half of the week so temperatures around 60 degrees into next weekend. breaking down the numbers, 70 the high. tonight a starry night with 54 the overnight low and then tomorrow columbus day, fairly comfortable. by 11:00 a.m., 66 degrees. we'll be broadcasting the parade starting at noon tomorrow. 74 the expected high. beautiful afternoon on monday. kids off school, you're off work, enjoy the outdoors and head into some of the orchards, do enjoy beautiful fall weather. tuesday showers possibility. then back to 60 on friday with wet weather possible and below 60 into next weekend. that will be the new weather pattern coming in second half
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of the week that takes our temperatures back down. >> so spectacular weather out there tomorrow in the parade. check you and ken out. >> what are you going to wear? i'm going to wear red for the hot tomato. >> you have to wear white, green or red i think. >> very good. >> just like the italian flag. >> you and ken starting at noon tomorrow? >> i think so. i'll be at the mass at 9:30 in the morning so i'll be there a lot earlier. it will be fantastic. >> saint patrick's is being redone. >> yes. >> it will be my first chance to be there and wow, that will be exciting. >> if you are out there tomorrow, get a nice selfie with michelle. straight ahead, a march for justice in dc. people from around the country packed the national mall for believe it or not the 20th anniversary of the million man march. and coming up in the
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sports, the mets aim for another win against the dodgers.
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welcome back. secretary of state john kerry is reaching out to israeli and palestinian leaders as violence increases in the region. kerry spoke to benjamin netanyahu in separate phone calls to discuss charges around the holy site in jerusalem.
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it is sacred to both jews and muslims as well. >> the deadly clashes have spread from jerusalem. israeli airstrike killed a pregnant woman and her two-year- old daughter today. is ra el says the strikes were in response to rockets fired from the area. israeli police say a female terrorist detonated an explosive in her car. luckily no one was killed in that attack. back here here at home, a video of a woman attacked. it shows three suspects going after a 60-year-old victim. they put her in a choke hold. they were after her purse. the woman broke free and chased down. she suffered a broken wrist but the men ran off empty handed. police are asking for help identifying them. we have the video on our facebook and twitter pages. a march for safety in
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the disappearance and death. march ers gathered on saturday in hunters point south park along the east avonte was last seen run ugh out of the school. the teen who was autistic was found dead in the river three months later. a bill in congress would help pay for gps tracking devices to be put on autistic children. >> a >> we're here to march for safety and awareness of these children and regular children. >> it is ten million dollars in a federal budget to save lives. it is nothing. senator charles schumur announced richard bur is a co sponsor of what is being called avante's law. people from around the country returned to the national mall in washington to mark the 20th anniversary of
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the million man march. the nation of im lom organized the march as it did two decades ago. he called saturday's gathering the justice or else march. he praised the protestors behind the black lives matter movement and talked about police brutality. >> what good is life if we're not free? so there must come a time when we say enough is enough. >> it seemed to hit home for some. >> other speakers included family members of unarmed people killed during encounters with police. he addressed the issue of community responsibility when it comes to inner city killings. 20 years. >> isn't that wide? >> i can't believe it has been that long. let's talk about the mets. mom this is hugely important.
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d there is a lot to talk about. here is laura behnke. >> reporter: the mets had a chance to push them to a brink of the series and it started well, but then controversy struck. it is tied up and the mets lost their starting shortstop for the rest of the season. >> sin de guard the third rookie to start in mets' history. the second inning, the opposite
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newyork continuing to attack that in the second. in his first postseason at-bat gets his first postseason home run and 2-0 mets but then big trouble in the seventh. bartolo colon on in relief. dan murphy flips to tejada. he goes down in serious pain and carted off with a broken fib beulah. he never touched the bag. after that gonzalez, the double, two runs score. they would get four in the frame. 5-2 your final. this series tied at 1-1. the turning point the mets believe it was dirty. >> you lose in the playoff series, you lose a guy to that series of an injury. they are not very happy about it. >> my experience, that is not a
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that is a tackle. we all know he plays hard. i play hard i have done my fair share of takeout slides but never did anything like that. >> we knew it was going to be a tough series. would have been nice to take two here, but any time you can go one and one against them in their house, i guess we'll fake it. >> as for chase utley after the game, he said he feels terrible and was simply trying to break up the double play. the baseball officer said will review the slide to determine if any discipline is wanted. with it mets in los angeles, laura behnke, channel 7, eyewitness news. and didn't even touch the bag. just say it. all right. we want to see how you are staying true to the orange and blue. mets' fans send your picks with your #abc 7 and why this may pop up on the air. >> let us know on twitter and
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that was the great unraveling after that. >> it all went downhill after that. don't show us your angry picks. send us when you calm down a little bit. >> you have tomorrow night. it is all good. >> come to new york. our turf. yes. >> much more ahead including a look ahead at today's top stories. >> i'm kristin thorne in westchester counter where people are mourning the death
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pretty perfect fall. >> pretty good. >> it is getting there and then boom. nice, kind of sunny, crisp and a little warmer today. >> a little warmer. >> and the last little gasp -- [ laughter ] >> so true. enjoy it while it lasts. i have to get my pumpkin on. $109 pumpkin, this big. >> you're not going to spend $100 on a pumpkin. >> i couldn't pick it up. >> that was big. >> get a pumpkin day. >> amy freeze, good day to go out there and get the apples and pumpkins. >> it seems like everything is pumpkin. pumpkin flavored, pumpkin smell. >> i'm full up. >> everyone doesn't mind it, but they advertise it's july 4th weekend. by the time we get to october, we're halloweened out. as soon as halloween gets here,
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good morning to the both of you. for a little frost on the pumpkins to add to the flavor of the season, 54 here in the city, but the outlying areas, northwest counties, we had a frost advisory and it still goes until 9:00 a.m. frost performed out on the island, mid-40s, low 50s. rosslyn has 53. northwest new jersey and through the upper hudson valley, temperatures are 5 to 10 degrees colder. it valley cooler temperatures unsouth jersey as well and that is the case. temperatures bottom out in the lowest spots of the valley. that is where we get cold temperatures. in the boroughs low 50s. getting great pictures via facebook and twitter. love those. they have dropped a couple degrees in the last 30 minutes so chilly temperatures. this goes until 9:00 a.m.
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but it is a sign it is getting closer to the frost for many areas across jersey, also parts of connecticut and parts of long island so it won't belong. here is the planning forecast. 62 by 11:00 a.m. temperatures will be at 70 degrees this afternoon for the high, that is above average. then temperatures after sunset dropping into the low 60s by 8:00. i'll have the accu-weather forecast straight ahead. well memorial now stands at the site of a deadly stabbing at a park in west chester county. family members are mourning the loss of a 16-year-old boy and another teenager is in custody for his murder. kristin thorne has more from sleepy hollow high school. good morning kristin. >> good morning rob. police identified the victim as taj robinson. i want to show you the memorial that friends made in the park where he was killed. the former student was used to go to sleepy hollow high school.
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we're told robinson was a well loved athlete at the school playing both basketball and football. it appears that it was a fight with another teen which led to his death friday night. police say 16-year-old barron zone morrow toe stabbed robinson multiple times. he was arrested a few hours later. i spoke spot reverend. she told me she has no choice but to address her tragedy in the sermon later on this morning. >> i was going to preach about something in terms of what is import in life and all of a sudden you're put in front of you what matters in our life and as a community, we have to care for our young people to be there for them and what happens -- what has happened. even though sleepy hollow high school is closed both today and tomorrow, grief counselors will be made available for students. we're live in sleepy hollow high school.
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along island man is under arrest after he got behind the wheel while drunk with a child in the car. he was arrested for dwi last night. there were three passengers in that car including ramon's three-year-old daughter. also, new this morning, police say a man was drunk, driving his motorcycle when he caused a crash that killed his wife. investigators say the 26-year- old michael proctor was intoxicated when he lost control of that motorcycle on sunrise highway about 12:30 this morning. his wife, meg gan proctor died in that crash. the driver was arrested after he was treated for minor injuries. on long island, a man under arrest for allegedly driving drunk when he hit and killed a pedestrian. the 43-year-old timothy burke
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hit a pedestrian crossing the road. that was 51-year-old kenneth rich. he died at thesteen. burke has been charged with driving while intoxicated. two independent investigations into the police shooting of 12-year-old tamir rice in cleveland have concluded the officer was justified in opening fire on that young boy. the outside reviews say the officer had reason to perceive rice as a threat before shooting him last november. surveillance video shows the officer firing at the 12-year- old rice within seconds of arriving there. the boy was holding what turned out to be a pellet gun at the time. sergeant bogue bergdahl may be spared time. he was captured by the taliban when he left his post in 2009. he was head until last year when he was exchanged for
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freedom for five taliban commanders. bizarre story here. actor randy quaid is expected to be arraigned tomorrow in vermont on a charge of being a fugitive from justice. police say he was taken into custody while trying to cross into the u.s. from canada. quaid is wanted though in santa barbara, california to face felony vandalism charges filed in 2010. he and his wife were found squatting in a guest house of a home that they previously had owned. randy looking a little different these days. >> a little different. >> wow! president barack obama is offering up some advice for rapper and possible future presidential can date kanye west. >> first of all, you have to spend a lot of time dealing with some strange characters who behave like they are on a reality tv show. >> [applause] >> so you have to be cool with that.
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point, to reality star kim kardashian said he plans to run in 20/20. the president also pushed for a change in the nation's gun laws. we don't have to have kids in classrooms feeling threatened because somebody has got an ak-47. we don't need to have that. that is a choice we make. president barack obama was in california for democratic fund-raisers and encouraged the crowd to be politically active saying "i'm just getting started." >> i am going to take a different spin on that tv show remark. i don't think that was a reference to kim and can yoi. i think that was a jab at donald trump. >> that is a trump thing with you're fired and all that stuff. >> i think that was a dig at
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but i don't speak for the president of the united states. >> ladies and gentlemen, i have some music to play for you. >> coming up next, more and more teens are pulling some late nights and it isn't just
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save lives in the twin towers. >> they were in their suits, that is a brilliantly conceived event. it really is. >> first time ever in new york city that happened. in our area, we have a lot of volunteer fire departments and communities that surround new york city and a lot of volunteer departments were there in full gear, so they were in full gear, going 110 stories. i met some of the survivor family members who benefit from the foundation. these people are not only receiving a lot of services but they are also involved, they are going out and spreading the message of fire safety. it is an incredible thing how you see it go full circle. >> they have to go out and lose out in fighting fires. >> about 100 fires nationwide lose their lives. >> every year in fires. >> so the whole concept is
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make sure that you have a smoke alarm that works. if you dis armed it or taken it down, make sure it is up and going. safety for you and your family and everybody in your building and surrounding areas. >> 54 degrees. 62% humidity. pressure is on the rise. southwest wind will be key to warm us up by a few degrees. chilly yesterday. we're back into the 70s thanks to this weather patternnt in the boroughs temperatures it 70s. we realize chilly temperatures. we're off ten degrees for white plains and 47 47 for newark. those are areas that have a frost advisory until 9:00 a.m. because the temperatures fell pretty fast last night and got near that freezing point creating a little frost. frost on the pumpkins this
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morning. a light coverage with some clouds upstate right now. let's try and sneak into parts of the hudson valley. for everybody else, wall to wall sunshine and here is the latest. we're near peak. you have to head upstate to get these colors happening but we're near peek in some areas that have the dense trees and temperatures have been very cold in those areas. patchy color through south jersey and changing rapidly over the next ten days. high pressure is in control. we see the front friday get out of the picture and we get the in toulouse of the southwest windnt high pressure holds so we're storm free and temperatures are bumped up. tomorrow 74 degrees for the parade on columbus day. a real bonus here, not only the weather nice, but along weekend to enjoy it. by monday morning, sunshine and throughout the afternoon, temperatures will climb. we'll be sandwiched in between two systems so the next chance of rain is the front coming
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through parts of ohio and western pennsylvania. it doesn't hold together too well. changes of the rain early in the day. a possible showers what we'll call it. the high tonight, 70 degrees. the low in the city and for columbus day a planning forecast for you. early on in the day in the mid- to upper 60s. by 11:00 a.m. good and seasonal for this time of yearment then 7 4x picked in the afternoon high. the parade will be here on wa bc on noon at the broadcast time. they will enjoy parade day. accu-weather forecast by monday, that 74 looks like it could hold even one more day into 72. that shower possible. wednesday, though back to cool temperatures, 66. normal for this time of year. wednesday 65. then we quickly cool things down for friday and saturday with temperatures struggling to
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still have cool weather. a big good luck and shout out to stat stin island and the marathon run ers. watch for the runners. 13.1miles. >> it is the .1. it is always the .1. it would be fine if it were 13. >> but i'm out with the .1. >> thank you ammy. let's look at the community calendar. >> at sailing the sky at wave hill in the bronx, look for migrating hawks soaring, circling and blinding above the river. >> fall scavenger hunt and discover nature signs of the season. is is a fun filled day in queens at the harvest festival. face painting, apple pressing for cider and candle making.
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for a treat at the tasting festival in hobo. in brooklyn, celebrate fall at leopards historic house with dutch traditions. the 19th century. the lights will shine a little brighter during ill loom minute nate stapelton. the work of seven artists plus a festival of art, food and music and good old neighborly love. for more or to submit
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cell phone use at bedtime is linked to insomnia and poor school performance. >> it was done locally in new jersey. they spoke to those behind the new research. >> reporter: cell phones keep us connected 24-7 if we want. the younger generation, also. >> we have a problem. we have a problem in society in how much of a demand we're making on ourselves and our children to function more into the night than they ever really should. >> reporter: dr. peter survived 3,000 high school and middle school students in a newier sy school district. he found we have some sleepy kids. >> they are sleep deprived for reasons that are sometimes beyond their control, societal but within their control with
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the use of electric media. >> i do basketball, i workout in the mornings and get enough sleep. >> are you getting eight hours of sleep a night? >> yes, ma'am. >> i go to bed at 10:00. 62% say they use their smartphones after bedtime. 70% tweet and text while in bed and 20% wake up if a text comes in. 60% saw their school work impacted. nearly 66% said it's affected their sleep. >> the habits these kids are getting now are not going to change when they become adults because we're guilty of the same thing. >> what do we to? parents need to stress the importance of getting a good night sleep and school districts may reconsider the amount of homework, maybe lighten up the load if that is keeping them up late at night in the first place. makes no shocker there.
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>> kids have to sleep. >> does anyone young or old get eight hours a night anymore? i can't remember the last time i did. >> think about these people. we're all forget it. >> [ laughter ] right. >> we try. we try. sleep experts say it is poisoning yourself if you don't because you can't regenerate. costume dogs. these two superheroes, we have rumble and lola ready to trick- or-treat. right? that is not cupcake but i'll get cupcake out for you. this is louis this morning. this is a baby, a puppy. american bulldog there. then we have crabby already to go. crab costume. you can do it by twitter. t amy freeze 7 is my handle.
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d 7:55. a community is in shock mourning average the brutal killing of a teenager. the murder was committed by another teen. kristin thorne has more. >> reporter: i want to show everyone the memorial people set up here in barn hard park
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to remember the 17-year-old taj robinson, a former student of sleepy hollow high school. we have seen a number of people coming by even at this early hour to drop off flowers at this site. it appears it may have been a fight with another teen which cost him his if lou. the 16-year-old barron zone morrow toe stabbed him multiple times. he was arrested several hours later in the yonkers. the homecoming game was postponed because of all this. obviously the school, the high school is closed today and tomorrow. but there will be grief counselors made available for any students who feel that they may need that. we're live in sleepy hollow. i'm kristin thorne, channel 7, eyewitness news. they are investigating how a teen fell to his death. the 16-year-old marcos castillo was playing with friends inside
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of the vacant hospital on friday when he fell seven stories right down an elevator shaft and he died at the hospital. the building has been abandoned for three decades. the story everyone will be talking about today in the sports world. a rough night for more ways than one for the mets. the team heading home with the series tied after losing the game and lost their starting shortstop in a highly controversial play. the mets were leading 2-1 in the 7th inning when chase utley slid into ruben tejada at second base. you saw it. well, the collision was so tough that tejada suffered a broken leg in that mess and the dodgers went on to win after that moment 5-2. the injury really became a downward spiral ral for the mets after that. now, game three, the division
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series comes back home to new york city to city field tomorrow night. of course the team and fans will be thirsty for a little revenge and redemption and another w. >> anybody who follows baseball is like what just happened ner? >> the guy never touched the base, just the player. they are reviewing it to see if disciplinary action is needed. >> doesn't that mean something that they thought something was wrong? >> you would think they would take a closer look and take some action. >> how come in the game they can't decide that? >> to me it was an awful umpire call. just an awful call in the moment. >> and tejada has a broken leg, femur. >> then the whole momentum of the game changed. >> low redumbtion tomorrow night in our turf. great weather at mets field. the pattern looks fantastic.
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afternoon today, i mean we're going to be warmer than yesterday by at least five degrees. 65 in central park yesterday afternoon. then 70 today. but it is columbus day. we're ten degrees above the average. >> 11:00 a.m., 66. you could almost wear short sleeves. 74 for the parade. we'll be covering that. the accu-weather forecast, there it is, 70. 74 and then 72 on tuesday. a chance of rain. then near normal on wednesday, 66 our temperature struggling to get to 60 on friday and saturday. cool weather is back next week. >> struggle to get to 60. if you don't like how it is, wait two face. >> thank you. that will do it for us on this edition of eyewitness news sunday morning. >> i'm michelle charlesworth.
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>> i'm rob nelson.
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