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>> reporter: the pair wed in 2009 and even had their own spinoff show, "khloe and lamar." but it showed a dark side of their relationship as well. odom was arrested for dui in the summer of 2014. tab bloweds ran rampant with drug over bus and failing marriage. then at the end of 2013 khloe filed for divorce. his basketball career started to disintegrate. lamar was waved from the team. tonight former teammates sending their support. new orleans pelican eric gordon odom. hoping he keeps fighting and making it through. and dwyane wade writing, prayers all of the way up for my brother lamar odom. in a sneak peek of "keeping up with the kardashians," khloe
>> why do you have lamar's number? >> to keep up on him. i want to make sure he's okay. can't i do that? >> reporter: and tonight so many people are hoping to hear he's okay. of course we'll have more details on "good morning america" tomorrow. thanks for watching abc news. as always we're online 24/7 on our "nightline" facebook page and on abc.com.
three stories break ing right now. first that car slamming in to a restaurant in rockville centre on long island. josh einiger with breaking details. >> let me show you right now. a car came barreling in to monahan's restaurant at the height of the dinnertime rush. people who might otherwise be hanging out by the window instead crowded around tvs inside the restaurant watching the mets and none of them were hurt. >> reporter: it happened in the blink of an eye, this red sedan buried itself deep in the front of monahan's, an irish pub loaded with mets fans watching owner niall gunn watched it all happen in front of him. >> he hit the gas. crazy. >> it sounded like a huge thunder, like a huge clap of thunder.
in his 50s, mistaken the gas for the brake and plowed in front of the bar. amazingly no one was sitting at the window at the time. >> his car seemed pretty good when it got pulled out, very little damage to it. by the luck of the irish, i don't know. tough day at the office here. >> in fact a pretty lucky day after all because no one inside this restaurant suffered even a scratch and the driver of the car had only minor injuries. you can follow the tire tracks back here to the street. it's not entirely clear what the driver was trying to do when he lost control. police here in rockville centre trying to get to the bottom of that. driver released here at the scene. live in rockville centre, josh einiger, channel 7 eyewitness news. other breaking news story, former basketball player lamar odom tonight reportedly fighting for his life after he was found
odom at the love ranch found by two workers, taken to a local hospital. they tried to airlift him to a hospital but he was too tall so they took an ambulance. the mets in their game against l.a. at citifield tonight, the mets lost. just minutes ago, 3-1. series tied at 2-2 i we're heading back to l.a. rob powers here with all the highlights. >> the champagne was on ice and soon it will be on a plane. no celebration for the mets tonight at home. if they're going to beat the dodgers in this playoff series they're going to do it in los angeles. mets missed out on the chance to advance at home tonight. they ran in to a buzzsaw named clayton kershaw. rookie steven matz, the kid from long island, pitching for the mets started out well. mom and dad proud as heck in the stands. but the dodgers get to him here in the 3rd inning. the one-time met justin turner with runners on 1st and 2nd in to the left field corner. both runners came home.
mets in a 3-0 hole and hitless against kershaw until daniel murphy takes it deep in the 4th inning. that made it 3-1. dodgers playing tough. look at turn er. 3rd base. bottom of the 8th, two on. doesn't quite get all of that one. all adds up to a loss for the mets, 3-1. series tied 2-2. the deciding game 5 thursday night in los angeles. they split two here. it will go the distance in l.a. eyewitness news reporter aj ross live for us at citifield. >> certainly not the outcome we wanted. fans certainly disappointed. they still have faith in this team. they believe this team is something special. the sellout crowd tonight stayed glued to their seats till the final out, not giving up hope. nagging kershaw every turn. the entire stadium
erupted when daniel murphy homered to right in what fans hope would be a much needed turning point but they couldn't dig themselves out of the hole. >> it happens. some days you're good, some days not so good. >> you still optimistic? >> i'm still optimistic. let's hope we go get them and bring home another series. >> we win some, we lose some. hopefully game 5 we win. let's go, mets . >> of course everyone wanted a front row seat here at citifield tonight for a historic win that they hoped would happen here in new york. they still have faith this is going to happen on the west coast. live tonight at citifield, aj ross, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you very much. we invite you to stay with eyewitness news for continuing coverage for the mets' road to the world series, fingers crossed. look for our updates on our facebook and twitter pages. the first democratic presidential primary debate tonight. sometimes a fiery but overall friendly affair. if
hillary clinton has been slipping in the polls over the past few months, she did not appear like a candidate at all worried. all those controversial e-mails, what e-mails? lucy yang is here with the highlights. >> with only five candidates on the stage, tonight's debate never dissolved in to a circus. they tried to stay on point to the issues, taking questions from journalists and reporters. >> will you say anything to get elected? >> actually i've been very entire life. i've always fought for the same values and principles, but like most human beings, including those of us who run for office, i do absorb new information. >> reporter: taking a big chunk out of clinton's lead in the polls is bernie sanders who tried to defend his socialist philosophy. >> it is immoral and wrong that the top 1/10th of 1% of this
much wealth as the bottom 90%. >> reporter: a thorny topic of secretary clinton's private e-mails. >> tonight i want to talk not about my e-mails but about what the american people want from the next president of the united states. >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> reporter: when asked for a 30-second answer to the greatest current threat, former virginia senator jim webb with a strong military background. >> our greatest long-term strategic challenge is our relation with chinaa. our greatest day-to-day threat is cyber warfare against this country. our greatest military threat is resolving issues in the middle east. >> reporter: martin o'malley needed this national forum to boost his name recognition. he spoke of being able to pass gun legislation in his state. >> there is a deep injustice, an economic injustice that threatens to tear our country apart.
pedigree but not much national traction, lincoln chafee from rhode island. >> i was a liberal republican, then an independent, now a proud democrat, but i've not changed on the issues. >> noticeably absent from the debate tonight, vice president joe biden who apparently watched from home. many are concerns if he waits too long to decide his window of opportunity will soon close. also new at 11:00, surveillance by muslim groups of the nypd heading now back to federal appellate court, reinstating the lawsuit because muslim groups raised enough allegations of religious freedom and equal protection. this reverses a court ruling last year that said spying program did not discriminate against muslims or cause harm. police say they've charged a gang member with murder for killing 24-year-old walikque faussett when he opened fire on monday.
two other young women were wounded. eyewitness news reporter jim dolan is at the police precinct with more. >> police say 26-year-old dalone jamison killed ms. faussett. you'll see him in just a moment. we spoke with her father at his home in the bronx tonight. drained and devastated and trying hard to cope with this sudden and wrenching loss. >> reporter: police are right, dalone jamison started shooting outside a nightclub early monday morning. it's not clear who he intended to shoot. but police say he did kill 24-year-old walikque faussett and left a hole in the hearts of her family that cannot be filled. >> i'm just trying to be strong. i have to be strong for them. i have my moments. i've got to hold everybody together. >> reporter: it is so hard to do. two other women were injured in the gunfire that morning. they will recover. walikque's family is left only
with her memory now. >> she was a sweet girl. she was everything you could ask for in a daughter. she was very independent. great mom. just overall good person. everybody would say the same thing. >> reporter: as for the alleged gunman, the man police and witnesses say killed his daughter, mr. faussett could barely conceal his contempt. >> he was in a gang, wanna-be rapper. that's basically it. >> mr. jamison claims he is innocent but several witnesses do identify him as the gunman. no gun has yet been found. reporting live from the 13 precinct, jim dolan, channel 7 eyewitness news. we have new details about the murder of a taxi driver in newark. tonight police have made an arrest. a 14-year-old boy.
murder of 45-year-old rodrigo baru. he was shot and killed last august while on duty. the teenage suspect not been identified. also facing robbery and weapons charges. we have new video of a plane slamming in to a home and exploding in to a fireball. coming up, you'll see rescuers right now trying to figure out who was inside. >> an aunt selling her 12-year-old nephew because of a hug. tonight the jury decides on this unusual family feud. >> and i'm meteorologist lee goldberg. for many tonight a thunderstorms especially jersey island. awfully close to citifield. this is the first of many cold f mom this is hugely important. is there anywhere in your house i can get a good signal? anyway, you were saying. it's a tragic love story. i love tragedy. what is that noise? what? i'm on set. what movie? i'm shooting a movie about laundry. leave slow internet behind.
after hitting several trailers. cause of the crash is still under investigation. dutch investigators confirmed today a russian made missile is likely what brought down malaysia airlines flight 17 in ukraine last year. the dutch safety board released an animation of what they believed happened. investigators say the muscle detonated outside the left-hand side of the cockpit and shrapnel caused the nose to break off. 298 people onboard died. investigators are trying to understand why the plane was flying over a conflict area. >> the answer is as straightforward as it is disquieting. almost all operators were flying over that area. and why? because nobody thought aviation was at risk. >> russia disagreed with the report calling it biased and said the missile came from the ukraine.
by benjamin netanyahu after a string of deadly assaults. a pair of palestinian men boarded a bus and then began shooting and stabbing passengers. another attacker caught an camera ramming a car in to a bus stop then getting out and stabbing people. tonight mayor de blasio releasing a in part, my thoughts and prayers are with all the victims and all their families and new york city joins israel in mourning these innocent lives. new tonight, a judge plans to issue a big gag order for lawyers in the freddie gray case. the baltimore sun reports both prosecutors and defense attorneys will be barred from discussing the case with anyone outside their legal teams. freddie gray died after he was put in to the back of a police van in baltimore. all six officers charged with his death appeared in court today. the judge ruled statements made by two of the officers after gray's death could be used at trial.
after he hugged her at his 8th birthday party and she broke her wrist. her nephew jumped to greet her. she claims she fell and broke her wrist. connell who lives on the upper east side of manhattan claims she has huge medical bills and still has pain, so she sued her nephew for $127,000, saying her 8-year-old relative should have known he could have hurt her when he hugged her. jury took less than 30 minutes to disagree. grammy award singer alicia keys will be among the tens of thousands of athletes running in the new york city marathon. keys is running to raise money for her charity, keep a child alive, offering care and support to children affected by hiv. the new york city marathon sunday, november 1st, and will air live right here on channel 7. >> good for her. >> maybe she'll be singing as you're running by too, you know? >> we'll be right there.
to see the rain held off over the stadium anyway. >> oh, man, was it close. i mean one mile away and by the way, i wanted to mention we turn the clocks back that sunday morning. so that's just a few weeks away. just for your planning purposes. outside right now we have clear to partly cloudy sky. good visibility from the empire state building, one world trade. 67. west r lae 67 -- westerly wind at 10. closer to average tomorrow but still a touch above average and there are your sunrise and sunset times for a pretty nice wednesday. rainfall amounts were light as the showers were moving away unless you're over monmouth county. a little more locally. .4 in montauk was from the rain in the morning hours. a pleasant pair of october days along the way. next few days are really nice. few showers on friday. even a drier trend here. i'm not going to be surprised if some places don't see any showers friday. no questions, not a significant
impressive and brings in a chilly weekend where highs are in the 50s. frosty suburbs at night. coldest weather since april. 30s sunday night. numbers in to the low 70s tonight. 62 in sayreville right now. still fairly mild but the cold air is coming in the northwest suburbs. 52 in monticello. scattered clouds tomorrow morning. a little bit more patchy clouds off to the north and west. nice and bright. more clouds mix in during the day with a breeze. 10 to 18 out of the northwest. we should still get in to the upper 60s. isolated shower north and west. look at the radar close to first pitch, a shower but a mile from citifield. that skirted off to the south. boy, look at these showers and thunderstorms that were over parts of middlesex and monmouth county. they've moved away. you can see how the winds are shifting from southwest to west as the cold front moves in. there's a little bit of a cool-down but the core of the cool air is missing us to the north. that doesn't happen over
the weekend. all this chillier to hudson bay. direct shot in to the northeast. november preview. so tomorrow morning scattered clouds, fair amount of sunshine. a little cool. then more clouds build during the day. we still get in the mid and upper 60s. tomorrow night the skies will begin to clear. breezy blend of clouds and sun. beautiful day overall. 68. i think theirs is even nicer. a lot of sunshine and a less wind. here comes a pair of fronts and that will send the chill in for the weekend. mostly clear to partly cloudy tomorrow morning. 40s north and west. up to 68. more sun in the morning. we'll mix with clouds. might be a stray shower on radar north and west. partly cloudy to clear tomorrow night, down to 50. thursday is great. friday, a lot of clouds around. minimal showers. saturday only 58. stray shower to the north. might even be more like 55 or 56. sunday, only 52. gusty breeze around and a stray shower to the north.
beer making news tonight. the folks who make budweiser say it's miller time. a.b. inbev is taking over s.a.b. miller, the world will have a new brewing giant. the new company will make about 30% of the world's beer. from beer to coffee. starbucks today launching its delivery service but only to one building. the empire state building near new york city. now 12,000 people who work in
that building have put their orders on a designated site and have it delivered within an hour. customers must pay a $2 flat delivery fee. by the end of the year starbucks plans to roll out delivery in seattle as well. in tonight's health alert, researchers say babies born in the summer are taller and healthier. study from cambridge found that babies born in summer months have a healthier birth weight and grow up to be tall er than babies who were born in other seasons. researchers believe the reason is moms to be get more sunlight and vitamin d in their second trimester. >> that's why. [ laughter ] rob powers up next with more mets. >> it's all about the mets. tough win tonight and all about what went down tonight. straight ahead, a game with drama almost to the very end. the series has been something. we'll have the highlights from tonight's game 4. plus we've got playoff baseball in chicago. the cubs with their own chance to advance.
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the mets are advancing to the national league championship series, it will be a couple days from now. they'll have to do it by way of los angeles. dodger beat the mets tonight so they'll play a deciding fifth game thursday. steven matz went from cheering for the mets to pitching a potential closeout game for the mets. went five innings, gave up six hits, three runs. justin turner drove in two of those runs in the 3rd inning. yoenis cespedes has trouble with the ball. the draurjz -- dodgers have the lead. daniel murphy's home run was the first hit off kershaw. he went seven innings. three hits, one run. the series now headed to l.a. it's headed to a game 5 after the mets lose tonight. the final was 3-1. laura behnke has been following this series from the get-go. she's live at citifield for us now. >> as dominant as clayton kershaw has been in his career, just one playoff win in that career until tonight.
dodgers needed a three-time cy young award winner to be the ace he and kershaw delivered. they know they let a great opportunity get away. >> very, very good game and you're facing a good pitcher who when he's right, they don't get a lot of hits. and he was right. >> we're going back home, get a chance to play. good feeling to be able to get out of here. i think coming in to here you think about getting a split. >> none of the mets wanted to go back to l.a. but they're still confident. jacob degrom looking for his second win of the series. terry collins said he's confident he'll step up. we're going to get to the other division series now. cubs and card inals. up a run in the 6th inning but the cardinals get something going here. brandon moss with runners on 2nd and 3rd.
with no run, game tied. bottom 6, anthony rizzo, one of three cub home runs. chicago is in front. chicago is staying there. 6-4 the final score. the cubs win the series. they move on to the nlcs. we get to hockey now. still very early but the rangers unbeaten, 3-0 with a chance to keep it up against winnipeg. things started out great. matt zuccarello scores his third goal of the season. rangers are on top. winnipeg rallies. 2nd period, the rangers on the power play here but ryan little scores a big goal. shorthanded. that put the jets ahead and they scored there. rangers lose 4-1. that's their first loss of the year. also tonight the unbeaten predators facing the winless devils. the devils were down. kyle palm ear -- pomerie would score