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everybody. . this is new york's number 1 news, channel 7 eyewitness news with lori stokes and ken rosato, heather o'rourke with traffic, and bill evans with the exclusive accuweather forecast. now eyewitness news this morning. good morning or good night if you stayed up to watch all 14 innings of the world series opener, the royals eventually reigned over the mets but bleary eyed fans remain optimistic ahead of game 2. reaction from kansas city and the live report from citi field straight ahead. a somber day for the new york city police officer and loved ones of fallen officer randolph holder. a final salute after thousands of officers gathered for that officer's wake. and you're going to need your umbrellas today. we are tracking rain in your accuweather forecast. and good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> thank you for joining us.
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i'm ken rosato. it is wednesday october 28th. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic. meteorologist bill evans with your exclusive accuweather forecast. >> good morning, and as lori said we are watching the rain heading your way this morning. here is the current temperature. it's a nice mild 55 degrees. we should be around 40 to 42. it's really warm, very humid. temperatures around 48 around hopatcong. we're looking at 42 to start out around poughkeepsie, kingston. we're looking at a coastal flood advisory until 2:00 this afternoon. this is because of the wind is piling in the water to the coastal sections. here's the rain down to our south and west. that's going to get up into the area around 7:00 to 8:00, and then this afternoon it's very heavy wind swept rain. that will be after lunchtime. we could see flooding, wind swept rains around the area.
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transit and all that kind of stuff. that's why we have the best there is, heather o'rourke, what's going on out there. >> thank you so much. if you are planning on traveling this morning and then later this afternoon to get to work, you might want to think about using mass transit. long island railroad on or close to schedule. and new jersey transit is doing okay for later on this could be a good thing. expect some downtown delays. we have our street cleaning rules in effect for today. thank you. the mets took the fans on a 14- inning roller coaster ride in their first world series game in 15 years. unfortunately it ended on the downside. >> the mets trail in a series for the first time season. game 1 ended at 1:42 this morning. it could have finished in a mets win two hours earlier but
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bottom of the 9th to tie at 4. the royals won it 5-4. they lead the series 1-0. they don't call it the show me state for nothing, despite the loss the mets displayed their staying power in front of a packed kauffman stadium. >> laura behnke burning the midnight oil to bring us reaction. >> game 1 of a world series can be emotional. game 1 of a world series that lasts a record tieing 14 innings and over five hours and still results in a loss, that can be devastating, but while the mets now trail in a series for the first time this post season, the clubhouse is ready to move on. >> yeah, i mean it seemed like a roller coaster ride for sure, you know. both teams just relentless. i think tonight they just a little more relentless.
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all we can do is focus on the next one. >> we're down on 1. we're looking to try to even the series tomorrow. >> recent history does not seem to favor the mets from here on out. 16 of the last 18 teams who have won game 1 have gone on to take the world series. the great thing about baseball is there's a game the next day. with the mets in kansas city, laura behnke channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you. and mets fans no doubt royally exhausted this morning. >> if last night's nail biter is any indication, more sleeplessness will be on the way. kala rama continues our coverage from citi field. >> that's right, our governor andrew cuomo was one of those disappointed mets fans in kansas city. he's remaining positive. three hours ago he tweeted out this. take a look, he said good effort by the amazin mets tonight in kc. shake it off. let's go win tomorrow. he really actually meant later today.
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game 1 put on quit the show. the 14 inning game was the longest game in history. it shows how evenly matched these teams are and what a battle this fall classic could turn out to be. this is the royal's fourth world series appearance. for the first time ever they've started out with a victory 5-4. the mets fans are not happy about that. >> it was a tough game, but you know what you want to come out of kansas city with a split and hopefully the mets wore the royals down. >> the mets won on the road in l. a. they won on the road in chicago, and they're going to win on the road in kansas city. got to expect a loss here and there. >> those are good new yorkers remaining scrappy and positive. while mets are remaining positive here, they're getting some sleep, much needed sleep since that game ended so late preparing for game 2 which is later today. we're live outside citi field,
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>> and eyewitness news is home base for continuing world series coverage. we have set our own home team to kansas city. we'll have a live report from kansas city later on this morning. it's 4:36. and turning now to the shooting death of new york city police officer randolph holder. today a final salute to the fallen officer as loved ones gather for his funeral. eyewitness news reporter dray clark is live in jamaica queens with details. >> reporter: good morning, lori. it will no doubt be another long and difficult day of good- byes here at greater allen a.m.e church. like we saw yesterday for officer randolph holder's wake, we are expecting thousands of people to be here for his funeral. an honor guard carried his casket out of the church after his wake. the line stretched for several blocks as people stood in line to pay their respects to officer holder and his family. police officers from across the country were also here and they'll be among the
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30,000 officers who will be here again today to give officer holder one final salute. officer holder who was only 33 years old and a five-year veteran with the nypd was shot and killed last tuesday while pursuing a suspect in east harlem. so many people who came to the church yesterday did not know officer holder but his tragic death touched them in some way and they felt like they had to be here. >> just to show the family officer holder's family that we're here for them and we stand with them. >> it's overwhelming. it's really overwhelming, you know, sad. it's really sad. it's a sad day. >> he worked hard each and every day and he was a very humble man, very good man, very good person. that's what we're going to really miss about him. >> reporter: officer holder was a third generation police officer, and he had hoped to one day be a detective. today we understand at his
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randolph holder will be posthumously promoted to detective first grade. live in jamaica queens dray clark channel 7 eyewitness news. the. >> the funeral service begins today at 3 at the same church where thousands gathered for his wake yesterday. eyewitness news will stream the service both on air and online at abc7ny. new this morning, brooklyn police are searching for a gunman after a deadly shooting inside a deli. the 32-year-old man was inside the deli grocery and grill store. an argument broke out and the man was shot in the upper part of his body. police are trying to determine what caused the dispute to escalate. it's taken three weeks but police say the video and photographs that they released helped catch a murder suspect. brian apunte shot and killed a man who questioned what they were doing. it happened on october 6th. the man's co-worker was also
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wounded along with a 13-year- old girl walking nearby. he's now facing murder and weapons charges. a man is recovering after being pulled from the hudson. >> the man was boating near briar cliff manor when his boat capsized. it was the captain of a ferry who heard the call. captain mike baker rerouted his ferry. >> life-threatening situations you respond immediately. anything we're doing has to be put on hold and it worked out well tonight. we were able to get the guy out of the water within about 10 minutes and had him with ems within 15. >> the boater is in good condition and resting up at phelps memorial hospital in sleepy hollow. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic and bill evans with your accuweather forecast. >> 4 time square is the location we are looking from looking south from the empire state building southward all the way down to lower manhattan and we're looking at cloudy
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now we're looking from our camera in brooklyn to the lower east side. temperatures are really warm for the overnight hours. starting out in the 50s, 55 degrees. we'll be looking at that rain from the south. a couple of sprinkles are around philly and scranton. if you're headed out now, take all of your rain gear. look at this big amount of rain to our south and west. all of this is going to push through today becoming heavier this afternoon and very wind swept. so 60 degrees by 10:00, 64 by noon, we get to 65, 66 for the afternoon. very windy, very rainy right on into tonight. the weather shapes up to be very nice for the weekend and all the activities going on. we'll talk about that next in your accuweather seven-day forecast. it's weather and traffic together every 7 minutes. how's it going out there heather. >> it's going well if you're
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let's take a look at our traffic camera. left to right the traffic is moving just fine. even the outbound side i'm starting to see volume. traffic moving right to left on that lower level. i just updated the maps saying the lower level was still closed down. now that i take a look at that camera when i just looked at about 5 seconds ago that lower level has been reopened going outbound. good news at the george washington bridge. it looks like construction cleared. lincoln and holland you still have construction. subway status, a and c trains, rail condition at j street metro tech, you can expect downtown delays. our other mass transit systems are running on or close to schedule. street cleaning rules are in effect. ken and lori over to you. >> thank you. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, the fallout continues after this controversial use of force. this morning we're learning more about the school resource officer caught on camera throwing a student to the ground. >> plus as republican
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presidential hopefuls prepare for tonight's debate, hillary clinton makes time for late night laughs. >> a bizarre story out of colorado, a woman ends up 9 miles from her home with no recollection of how she got there. stay with us.
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let's hide in the attic. no. in the basement. why can't we just get in the running car? are you crazy? let's hide behind the chainsaws. smart. yeah. ok. if you're in a horror movie, you make poor decisions. it's what you do. this was a good idea. shhhh. be quiet. i'm being quiet. you're breathing on me! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. head for the cemetery! so, i needed to deposit a check. i was about to head to the bank, but out of nowhere it just started to rain. like really rain. [clap of thunder] i did not want to go out. [clap of thunder] but then i was like duh, just use your phone. mobile-deposit-techno-thingy to the rescue. i'm rayna.
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you can't see both at the same time. your trihonda dealers remind you to put down your device and drive safely. a young woman with a history of sleep walking wakes up miles from her home with no idea how she got there. the 19-year-old's father called their home. blood hounds tracked her but then they lost it. she woke up 9 miles away uncle's home. police say it's possible she rode the bus while asleep. scary too. >> it is scary.
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>> i've known people who were sleepwalkers. >> one of my daughters. >> really? >> yeah, she'd stand at the top of the stairs swaying. it's freaky. >> 4:45. meteorologist bill evans joining us with the exclusive accuweather forecast. >> we take a look from our camera on the roof up the hudson river and we've got a nice looking morning. we are going to be seeing rain developing this morning. you don't have to worry about heavy flooding rains for the morning commute. the afternoon and evening will feature that. we're going to be looking at rainfall amounts around 1 to 2 inches. cloudy skies, a good visibility up here all the way to the george washington bridge. here's our camera in brooklyn looking to the lower east side. we start to see the clouds that are with us, and the temperatures are mild. it's 55 degrees. the humidity's 69%. the winds are east at 5, and we're looking at a pressure that is 30.52. that will start falling with this storm system. yesterday's high 59. we're looking at what's going to be mild temperatures to start this day.
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52 around riverhead, murray hill 55. we've got a wind coming in right off the water here, and that's why there is this coastal flood watch, western long island sound in here right around the mare neck and over towards the north shore, huntington and all the way in from down the east river. could be some flooding at the time of high tide this morning and down the jersey shore. you see the winds coming in. you know with this consistent 10, 13, 15 miles an hour wind it piles the water in here. that's why there's an advisory until 2:00 this afternoon. it has nothing to do with the rain yet. that will be later today. you see the rain starting to develop to our south and west. it's going to be coming up and through the area. the heavy stuff is very heavy around detroit and cleveland and over towards chicago. that's where you'll have travel delays right off the bat from pittsburgh there west. on our futurecast you'll see the rain start developing 9, 10:00 here on the model. in the afternoon that's when it's heavy. 2:00 into the evening commute into tonight, maybe even a rumble of thunder around parts
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of the area. there's a thunderstorm, scranton, and then overnight we begin to clear out and we'll get very warm tomorrow, and we'll get very cool by friday. we've got some roller coaster weather here. 66 today, here comes the warm air surging up and over in the rain. here comes the front tonight. that pushes through, and it's going to be pushing through tomorrow. as it goes through it goes through dry. it will be warm ahead of the front. the cooler air behind it sets us up for a nice weekend coming up. halloween, trick or treating weather is going to be great on saturday evening. we're looking at 52, 50 and creepy by 7:00 and 49 and creepier, especially in heather's neighborhood. >> always. >> windy and rainy, heavy this afternoon. flooding is possible. high temperature this afternoon tonight periods of rain, windy thunder, 64. tomorrow it's a great june day. it's windy, it's warmer. we've got sun and clouds, 73 degrees. now after that we begin to see cooler air pouring in here tomorrow night.
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look at that, 48 for the low thursday nigh, and then you see on friday, sunshine, a nice start to the weekend. halloween is great. don't forget saturday night into sunday you set your clocks back an hour, all right? that's saturday night. as if there's not enough going on this weekend, set your clocks back saturday night or you'll be very early for the marathon on sunday. it will be sun and clouds and 63 degrees. >> the tcs new york city marathon could use people getting there early probably, right heather o'rourke? i'm sure that the earlier the better. there will be thousands of people along the parade, the marathon. >> unlike the seinfeld episode when elaine made her marathoner late. >> we'll talk about our mass transit. our mass transit is doing okay no major problems. long island railroad, metro north is okay. you have trash track work on the new haven branch.
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you have new jersey transit with all lines on or close to schedule. not a bad idea to think about plans for this weekend and this afternoon. a and c trains near j street, metro tech. you can expect downtown delays as a result. then if you're heading on to route 17 between midland avenue and century road you have two lanes closed down with ongoing construction, and then going to the fdr drive north from the 90s up into the rfk triborough bridge, two lanes are closed. the north ramp is closed down. we do have street cleaning rules in effect for today. ken over to you. thank you. 4:49. the justice department has opened a federal civil rights investigation into that south carolina takedown of a disruptive student. the local sheriff questioned the inquiry and will decide if the deputy will be fired. cell phone video showing the deputy flipping the student's desk and then flinging her forward on to the floor. the violence terrified other students. >> they got her out of the classroom, and then he came back and he was like you want some of this too, and then he
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just said you're going to jail too, and he put me in handcuffs and i just walked out. >> the deputy, 34-year-old ben fields has been suspended. he's also the high school football coach who was honored role model. he's also been sued certain force. prince harry is back in the u.s., and he'll be spending ladies. prince harry along with my michelle obama and dr. joe biden will visit wounded servicemen at a base in virginia. they'll also watch paraplegic style sports. prince harry is currently promoting the invictus games which showcases the athletic abilities of wounded veterans. >> they wish they were good looking guys don't they. as the gop presidential candidates prepare for tonight's third debate, hillary clinton continued her birthday week with ab appearance on the
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late show with steven colbert. she says she celebrated with doing as little as she could get away with. >> bill and i just kind of watched bad tv [ laughter ] >> not this show, not this show. >> no, no, by definition not this show. >> the former secretary of state says her guilty pleasures include house of cards and of course madame secretary. >> of course. >> it is 4:51. coming up on eyewitness news this morning, the king of pop continues his reign in the after life as the top earning dead celebrity. find out who else topped forbes new list. >> from one type of diamond to
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ve you seen sabrina? abc7 and your tri-state ford dealers thank you for helping protect our children. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic together here on eyewitness news this morning. i'm meteorologist bill evans and today we're going to be looking at rain. make sure you've got your rain gear. gets heavier this afternoon and this evening and goes into tonight. then we've got the weekend to talk about, baseball, halloween, trick or treating as we go into saturday night and then the marathon on sunday. all looking good. we've just got to get by today. flooding is possible. it's weather then heather every 7 minutes. >> it's not a bad idea to think about using mass transit this morning so you don't have to deal with the mess this afternoon. let's go to a webcam, and i'll
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show you the mess on the fdr drive. as you head on to the northbound side do you see those headlights getting into the area of the 90s. i'll explain to you what's going on. the fdr drive northbound from the 90s into the rfk triborough bridge two lanes closed down. the ramp from the fdr drive north remains closed down. that is because of construction of course. mass transit is doing okay. no major problems there except for the a and c trains. rail condition at j street metro tech. you can expect downtown delays as a result. route 17 with a couple of lanes closed down between midland avenue and century road. our street cleaning rules are in effect for today. thank you very much heather. 4:55. before american pharaoh rides into the sunset he will make the final start of his career. he will return to kentucky to go for the grand slam in the breeders cup classic in
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lexington. pharaoh arrived yesterday in the bluegrass state by plane on a jet dubbed air horse 1. he'll run as the favorite in a stacked field of 10 becoming the first ever triple crown win tore compete in a breeders cup. one of the brightest stars in american soccer history calls it a career. amy wambach is retiring. she announced the move after the team visited the white house. wambach is the top scorer in international soccer history. she's going to play the last four games of the victory tour before retiring in december. >> so young to be retiring. some celebs are worth millions today, but some are worth even more in the after life. >> forbes has released its list of the top earning dead celebrities of 2015.
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it is the king of pop, michael jackson. his estate raked in $115 million this year. that fortune comes from music sales, publishing and also a cirque du soleil show in vegas also topping the list. elvis presley with 55 million. peanuts creator charles schulz took in 40 million. bob marley and elizabeth taylor rounded out the top 5 at 20 million apiece. >> stay in the after life and keep raking in the bucks. there you go. >> we're closing in on 5:00, the mets find themselves trailing the royals in the world series after putting up a fight that lasted 14 innings, the longest world series start in history. >> also today, family members and fellow police officers will gather to mourn the loss of an nypd officer killed in the line of duty. >> donald trump enters
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. this is new york's number 1 news channel 7 eyewitness news with lori stokes and ken rosato, heather o'rourke with traffic, and bill evans with the exclusive accuweather forecast. now eyewitness news this morning. good morning, it's 5 a.m. and a late night for mets fans with an unhappy ending. the mets bow down to the royals in game 1 of the world series, and we have all the late night highlights and the low lights as we look ahead to game 2. >> today loved ones and members of the mourning nypd community will pay their final respects to a fallen police officer. >> and you want to make sure you grab your rain gear when you head out the door this morning, some wet weather will be arriving in just the coming hours. and good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> thank you for joining us, i'm ken rosato. it is wednesday october 28th, and you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and
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traffic. meteorologist bill evans with the exclusive accuweather forecast. >> good morning, everyone. as you heard lori say, great advice. grab your rain gear. you want the raincoat and the umbrella because it's going to be wind swept rain today. we've got clouds now and temperatures at 55 degrees. an east wind at 8. flood advisory for the coastal sections because of that east wind until 2:00. the rain is off to our west. it will keep coming up from the west and southwest as we go through the morning getting here around 7, 8:00, and we're looking at that rain building in the afternoon. so it's really the afternoon and evening. then it gets windy and very heavy rain, and the possibility of flooding. that means the possibility of maybe some mass transit in your life. here she is, the queen of mass transit, heather is looking at your commute. how's it going out there? >> yes, you want to think about using mass transit this morning so you don't have to deal with the headaches this afternoon. here's a headache on the fdr drive as you travel on to the northbound side that traffic is
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bumper-to-bumper. we'll head to our maps. fdr drive as you go northbound from the 90s up into the rfk triborough bridge, two lanes closed down. this is all construction. in addition to that the fdr drive northbound ramp remains closed. rules in effect. a and c trains you still have some issues. thank you. it was the longest world series game 1 ever, and in the end the royals came out on top. >> yeah, but the mets will have a chance to redeem themselves tonight in game 2 of the world series in kansas city. mets fans held on to the end. watch as the royals won the game 5-4 in a game that lasted 14 long innings. >> and eyewitness news sports anchor rob powers has highlights from kansas city. >> game 1 in the books, and this game had a little bit, at least a little bit, of everything. the mets never trailed in a national league championship series game. in game 1 of the world series
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they trailed after matt harvey's very first pitch. in the bottom of the 1st inning alcs mvp escobar for the royals known for swinging at the first pitch takes this one to the grass. yoenis cespedes misplays it, it's an inside the park home run. the mets are down 1-0. then a delay in the bottom of the 4th inning with the score tied 1-1. the primary generator for the national television broadcast lost power. eventually it did come back, but there was a delay because the teams had to agree to suspend replay rules because that system was affected as well. in the bottom of the 4th, the mets leadoff hitter goes deep. it's curtis granderson for the lead. the mets are on two outs in the top of the 8th. willmar flores with the game hosmer's glove. the go-ahead run scores for the
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mets and they have the lead until the bottom of the 9th. alex gordon, it's a line drive that makes its way over the wall. it's tied again, extra innings. 4-4, and then in the bottom of the 14th, the royals load the bases with nobody out. eric hosmer sacrifice fly, the winning run scores. the mets drop the opener on the road in 14 innings. it lasted five hours and 9 minutes. 14 innings tied for the longest world series game ever, the good news in all of this the mets do have the chance to come back here later tonight and take game 2. in kansas city with the mets rob powers channel 7 eyewitness news. >> and the series is still in the early stages and mets fans have no doubt the amazins are going to pick up steam. eyewitness news reporter kala rama live at citi field with a preview of game 2. kala. >> reporter: yes, ken, it's only 5:05. we'll give them a few hours
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right but then it's time for the players and the fans to get up, wipe the sleep out of their eyes and gear up for game 2. jacob degrom is going to take the mound here. he hasn't pitched since game 3 of the national league championship series against chicago. degrom has won all three of his starts in the playoffs, and two of them have been on the road including the division series clincher in los angeles. he's ready to win another game in someone else's building. >> i just like pitching. on the road doesn't really matter. i've actually enjoyed pitching on the road in the post season. you know, you go out there and you're getting boo'd and it's kind of fun to try to silence the crowd. >> reporter: you can expect a big change from degrom after the world series. he's going to chop off those locks. he says his do is driving him nuts. the fans are hoping he drives the royals nuts tonight. live outside citi field kala rama channel 7 eyewitness news. >> stay with eyewitness news as
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we cheer on the mets in the world series while we look ahead to game 2. visit abc7ny/mets for breakout moments from game 1. 5:06. today new york city lays to rest its fourth police officer shot to death this year. officer randolph holder is expected to receive a posthumous promotion to detective first grade from police commissioner william bratton. an honor guard carried his casket out of church last night. thousands of officers gathered for yesterday's viewing in jamaica queens. some 20,000 officers are expected at today's funeral. the funeral for officer holder will take place at 3:00 this afternoon. we will have a live report on today's services coming up at 5:30. 5:06 now, tonight's two- hour gop presidential debate in boulder colorado represents a bit of a turning point. it will be the first debate
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a new poll shows trump at 22%. that's 4 points behind dr. ben carson, the new national front runner. other contenders have been increasingly attacking trump and carson on the economy and their grasp of national policies. and there's a new change at the top in the house of representatives. representative paul ryan, the chairman of the ways and means committee is expected to emerge as the winner during a closed- door conference today to select a new speaker. ryan will then have to secure 218 votes tomorrow on the house floor. ryan's biggest challenge comes from conservatives fighting to exert more control over the house. shortly after today's caucus vote on a new speaker, the hours expected to approve a two- year budget deal. it will push the next potential spending battles to after the 2016 elections. the budget deal will also remove one of the biggest potential problems facing a new speaker. it would increase federal
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spending by $80 billion over two years, and it would also raise the federal borrowing limit through the end of 2017. time is 5:08. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic beginning with meteorologist bill evans and the exclusive accuweather forecast. >> here's our look from 4 time square. looking south, our camera bouncing around a little bit, a little east wind there. we're going to have kind of a breezy day today. you need the raincoat and the umbrella because it will be wind swept rain this afternoon. this is the official sign for wind swept rain. 55 degrees. we've got rain to our south and west. there's a couple of showers coming up around southern new jersey, some of that not getting down to the ground yet. this starts to develop by 8:00 showers, but afternoon is when it really gets heavy and very windy. that's when we have flooding possibilities on roadways and highways. many of the streams, creeks, rivers and things are really low because it's been an exceptionally dry october.
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we're looking at heavy rain for this afternoon and this evening. you'll see the knuckle heads have all their rain gear. why is it he only has the eyewitness news umbrella? >> yeah. >> did he ask for that umbrella specifically? >> see that, some people. >> was this wind swept rain again? >> wind swept rain. yes. >> i don't know what's going on. let's go over to a webcam and talk about what's happening on the fdr drive. in case you don't know what's going on if you're leaving the house this is what you can deal with if you hop on the fdr drive. northbound side, that's the headlights. i'll tell you what's going on here fdr drive north from the 90s to the rfk triborough bridge. two lanes are closed down. the fdr northbound ramp to the rfk triborough bridge is closed down. the sheridan expressway to webster avenue that is construction.
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your a and c trains we have that rail at jay street metrotech. >> thank you. it is 5:10. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, a giant welcome back for jason pierre paul signing a new contract after his fireworks mishap. just when we can expect to see
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a giant step for jason pierre paul, he's back with the giants. the team made it official last night tweeting out this photo of jpp signing his contract. he will return to the team immediately to start working with the medical staff. pierre paul lost a finger during a july 4th fireworks
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the giants did get a two-game roster exemption. that means that they're hoping that he will be game ready bye week 10 or 12. it would appear that derek jeter is officially off the market. the 41-year-old former yankee's captain is getting married. it will not shock you to learn the future mrs. jeter is of course a super model, 25-year- old hannah davis. the couple has not yet set a date. >> they've been together like four years. >> bought her a nice ring. >> that's very nice. >> little cracker jack box ring. >> oh, i bet. [ laughter ] >> put a ring on it baby. >> those cracker jack boxes you pick up over there at the cardier store. >> good visibility down to 1 world trade. the rain is heaviest this afternoon and this evening although we'll have showers this morning. you need your rain gear, current temperature 55 degrees. humidity in the moderate range,
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wind east at 8. pressure falling, just kind of dropping like a rock. yesterday's high was 59. normal is 60. so we're right at that. it will be above that today. it will be warmer. sunrise and sunset we're not going to see much of today. however, next week, you see the sun's at 7:21. it will be 6:21 next week. rain develops around daybreak here. we're looking at about 7:00 in the five boroughs. itst coming up from the south and west. heaviest rain, strongest wind this afternoon and this evening, ponding, poor visibility, slippery roadways. you've got leaves everywhere now so that the intersections and things where there's leaves, very slippery roads. north port, massapequa, hauppauge, 51 degrees, 40s north and west. the temperatures are mild for the overnight hours. the east, southeast wind keeps pouring water in here. with the waves and the wind that creates a situation where there could be flooding and high tide. a coastal flood advisory to be on the lookout for that today. five boroughs of new york city,
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long island sound, jersey shore. here's a couple of showers down towards trenton. the bulk of that rain is still off to our south and west. heavy rain all the way from pittsburgh to detroit to cleveland, cincinnati, all the way to chicago. even our futurecast showing that rain not really coming strong into much of the area until after lunchtime. so a few showers this morning, showers at lunch. heavy rain by 2:00 through the evening commute. look at tonight, maybe even a rumble of thunder tonight as this pushes through. there's going to be a front that comes through this evening and tonight and overnight into thursday morning. thursday's going to be a very warm day. the cool air kind of lags behind that. as you see, the skies clear out thursday afternoon and into friday. the cooler air gets here thursday into friday. rainfall amounts on our futurecast. by 2:00 just a few tenths, but about a half inch at trenton. we get into tonight, that's when the bulk of the heaviest rain is going to be. some spots are going to see 2 inches plus. windy and rainy today.
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the raincoat and the umbrella, we're looking at 66. 73 tomorrow and breezy as the front pushes on through and then the cooler drier air is back here poised to come in on friday. clear skies tonight, don't have to worry about rain chances. windy and rainy today, flooding possible, streets and highways, where there's leaves. tomorrow we're looking at a warmer day, 73. we're looking at a big cooldown by the time we get to tomorrow night, tomorrow night's low 48. then we're off to great weather for this weekend. for the new york marathon it's going to be sun and clouds, and it's going to be right around 66 degrees by afternoon. so race time temperature, you know, 63 degrees in the afternoon, race time temperature about 53. that's fine for everybody. just don't forget that halloween night set your clocks back. >> mm-hmm. >> yes. >> or you'll have a horror day
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>> the tcs new york city marathon not something you want to wake up to get too too early to, you'll freeze. you need your sleep. >> it's really not freezing at 53 degrees. >> i don't like to be in shorts at 53 degrees. >> maybe ken meant there and you noticed nobody else is there and you'd freeze, what am [ laughter ] >> ding. >> and him where the marathon starts. >> he knows where the marathon starts. >> i do know where the marathon starts, on channel 7. >> there you go. we're going to talk about the a and c trains. we have that rail condition. the rail condition has been repaired at jay street metrotech. you can still expect some residual delays. mass transit times, everything is running on or close to schedule, no major problems there. fdr northbound from the 90s
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bridge, two lanes are closed. cross bronx going westbound right near the sheridan getting into webster avenue, you do have a little bit of construction there. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect for today. >> thank you heather. it is 5:18. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, thousands of victims of a massive earthquake in pakistan are looking to the government for help in picking up the pieces. >> and the head of the suffolk county police department is
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the chief of the suffolk county police department is resigning as news that a federal investigation focused on him has reopened. james burke's decision to retire has nothing to do with that probe. that's according to his attorney. he says it's for personal reasons. federal authorities have been investigating a 2012 incident in which a man says he was beaten by burke and other officers after allegedly stealing from burke's suv. right now thousands of pakistanis affected by the powerful afghanistan earthquake are calling on their government to help rebuild their homes. nearly 8500 homes in northwest pakistan were damaged by the magnitude 7.5 quake. another 7600 homes were destroyed in afghanistan. rescuers in both countries are still having trouble reaching affected areas. 5:21. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic and bill evans with
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>> today we're looking at rain coming from the south and west. the accutrack radar showing a few showers around. a lot of this not getting down to the ground yet. the east, southeast wind holding that off. down towards belmar and philly, some of that is getting town to the ground. the rain builds as we go through the day. it gets very windy. wind swept rain this afternoon. look at those wind gusts up to 35 miles an hour later on today at 3:00, 66 and southwest wind tonight with some of this rain. so kids after school it's windy, it's rainy, and ooh my daughter, heather, sarah, she got a field hockey game. >> ooh. >> here's an idea. >> what's that? >> instead of using the field hockey stick, should use a paddle. >> there you go. that'll work. lets go right over here to our subway status map and i can tell you you can use the subways. a and c trains, rail condition
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at jay street metrotech has been repaired. services running with a little bit of a delay. all our other mass transit systems on. it is 5:23. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, we're all winners after game 1 of the world series, taco bell is enticing fans to make a run for the border, a sweet deal. >> and don't forget charge 7 is your home for the tcs new york city marathon. this week we're taking you mile by mile introducing you to some of the new yorkers you will find on the course. mile 21 in harlem, one of the most vibrant stretches in the whole course. runners will need this help in the last 5 miles.
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news channel 7 eyewitness news this morning. >> the mets slide behind the royals in the longest game 1 in world series history keeping fans on the edge of their seats for 14 innings. >> today family members and nypd brethren will gather for a final salute to officer randolph holder who lost his life in the line of duty. >> and rain will swoop in before the day is over, possibly causing some trouble down the road. >> good morning, i'm ken rosato. >> and i'm lori stokes. today is wednesday, october 28th. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic and bill. >> this morning we're just kind of keeping an eye on the radar here, just kind of watching stuff and keeping an eye on when the did the rain get to central jersey and the city. cloudy skies, camera bouncing around a bit here. that's our camera on the 27th floor on the rooftop in a billion just to the south of the rfk triborough bridge. actually, that's going to put
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some showers, some flooding in the coastal sections. that's due to the wind. the showers and rain are off to our south and west, and that will keep creeping up and get here by the time we get to about 7:00. it will be off and on little sprinkles. the heaviest rain is this afternoon. heather's looking at your commute. she says mass transit is the best way to go. >> especially for this morning because of this afternoon. see what i'm doing here. a and our c trains, you have that earlier rail condition near jay street metrotech repaired and service has resumed. long island railroad doing okay, metro north no major problems, just that track work on new raven line and you have new jersey transit doing fine. fdr drive not doing fine as you go northbound from the 90s into the rfk triborough bridge. the ramp from the fdr drive north to the rfk triborough bridge remains closed. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect. it is 5:31, and game 1 of the world series almost seemed like it would not end, but it did, and not in favor of the mets.
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>> the royals now take the lead. the mets have a shot to even that score out tonight. last night's game ended up becoming the longest start to the world series in history after 14 innings, the royals beat the mets 5-4, but fans are standing strong behind the mets. >> kala rama is live now at citi field. good morning kala. >> good morning. lori today it's all about bouncing back if the mets as they head into game 2 after that heartbreaker in game 1 losing to kansas city. happened here. the mets were two outs away from taking a one-game lead in the series. then the royals alex gordon homered to tie the score at 4 in the bottom of the 9th. it was the first run familia allowed in the playoffs. the score stayed the same until the 14th inning when kansas city's eric hosmer knocked in the game winning run with a sacrifice fly. most mets supporters with the
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kauffman stadium were disappointed but one fan said hey there's no way he's upset. >> how can you be disappointed. this was a great game. we'll see what happens tomorrow night but this is a good baseball game. mlb should be pretty happy about this one. >> reporter: here's a nugget for you to keep your faith here. the mets are going to take it. they've appeared in the world series five times, okay, losing the first game in the fall classic is nothing new for them. all five times they've lost game one but every other time they've appeared in the world series they've won. and guess what right now they're due for a win. let's go right into game 2. let's go mets. live outside citi field, kala rama channel 7 eyewitness news. >> see kala, that's great. thank you very much. you made me feel good this morning. fans are not the only ones gearing up for game 2. you just heard it from kala, eyewitness news sports anchor laura behnke has postgame reaction from kansas city. >> game 1 of a world series can be emotional. game 1 of a world series that
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lasts a record tieing 14 innings and over five hours and still results in a loss, that can be devastating, but while the mets now trail in a series for the first time this post season, the clubhouse is ready to move on. >> it seemed like a roller coaster ride for sure. both teams just relentless. i think tonight they just were a little more relentless. >> i try to stay as even keel as i can, and unfortunately the outcome didn't go our way. that's part of this game. all we can do is focus on the next one. >> a loss is a loss. we're down on one. we're looking to try to even the series tomorrow. >> recent history does not seem to favor the mets from here on out. 16 of the last 18 -- as daniel murphy said, the great thing about baseball there's a game the next day. with the mets in kansas city, laura behnke channel 7 eyewitness news. >> eyewitness news is your mets station.
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keep it here for complete coverage from kansas city and queens. we also want to see your mets photos, hashtag them at abc7ny on facebook, instagram and twitter. 5:35, and today loved ones will gather for a final salute to a member of the nypd. officer randolph holder lost his life last week in the line of duty. funeral services take place today in queens. eyewitness news reporter dray dray. >> good morning, lori. the street behind me is one of the busiest streets in all of queens. later on this afternoon, traffic will come to a halt as as many as 30,000 police officers will line the streets for officer randolph holder's funeral. the line yesterday outside the church in jamaica queens for officer holder's wake stretched for several blocks as people stood in line to pay their respects to the officer and his family.
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police officers from around the country are here, and they'll be among the 20 or 30,000 police officers who, again, will be here today to give officer holder one final salute. officer holder was only 33 years old, a five-year veteran with the nypd who was shot and killed last pursuing a suspect in east harlem. so many people who came to the church yesterday did not know officer holder, never met him. yet his death in some way impacted them, and they say they just felt like they had to be here. >> just to show the family, officer holder's family that we're here for them, and we stand with them. >> it's overwhelming. it's really overwhelming, you know, sad. it's really sad. it's a sad day. >> he worked hard each and every day, and he was a very humble man, very good man, very good person. and that's why we're going to really miss about him. >> reporter: so many kind words and memories shared about officer holder. officer holder was a third
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generation police officer, and he hoped to one day become a detective. today we understand at his funeral he will be posthumously promoted to detective first grade. we're live in queens this morning, dray clark channel 7 eyewitness news. dray thank you. and the funeral will be this afternoon at 3 at the greater allen a.m.e cathedral of new york and jamaica queens. we will air the service live on tv and online at abc7ny. time is 5:37. new this morning, brooklyn police are searching for a gunman after a deadly shooting inside a deli. a 32-year-old man was inside the deli grocery and grill store in east flatbush last night. authorities believe an argument broke out between customers and a man was shot in the upper body. police are trying to determine what caused that dispute to escalate. it is 5:37. you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic and bill. >> hey hey hey, here we go. we take a look at what's happening here from our camera at 4 time square looking south. we've got cloudy skies, rain is
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on the way. it really starts getting into the five boroughs about 7:00 southern jersey, 6:00 starting to get some rain out. extreme southern jersey and towards trenton. have your rain gear at the ready. it's off and on showers to start the day. there's a few in monmouth and ocean county, some of the reporting sessions reporting rain around the delmarva peninsula. the heavier stuff will come in this afternoon. the wind picks up this afternoon, temperature by noontime 64, and 66 later on this afternoon. it's windy. it's rainy and we're talking about a couple inches of rain. we're talking about some flooding for this evening's commute and into tonight. be ready for that. kids at the bus stop have your rain gear. by after school we'll have flooding rains. that's why an f for flooding heather. got to be ready for the day today, which is why you're saying take mass transit for later on today. >> that's correct. take it this morning, you don't have to deal with the headaches later this afternoon.
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let's go to our maps. that mass transit is running on or close to schedule. this includes the a and c lines. long island railroad, metro north, new jersey transit doing okay. fdr drive north from the 90s up to the rfk triborough bridge. two lanes remain closed down. the bqe going northeast getting into the l.i.e., you have that disabled vehicle. then you have this problem as you travel on to route 46 in roxbury eastbound right near route 10, another collision is being cleared away. route 17 between midland avenue and century road two lanes are blocked with ongoing construction. our street cleaning rules are in effect for today. ken and lori over to you. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, a man is plucked out of the hudson after his boat capsizes. the coast guard needed a little help coming to his rescue. >> and the video of a deputy taking down a south carolina student is more than difficult
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. a man is recovering after being pulled from the hudson. the man was boating near briarcliff manor yesterday when his boat capsized. when the coast guard radioed a tug boat for the rescue but it was the captain of a ferry who heard the call, captain mike baker rerouted his ferry and saved the boater. baker pulled it off while manning a boat packed with >> life-threatening situations. you respond immediately, and you know, anything that we're doing has to be put on hold, and it worked out well tonight. we were able to get the guy out of the water within about 10 minutes and had him with ems within 15. >> that boater is in good condition and resting up now at phelps memorial hospital in it's 5:42. meteorologist bill evans
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>> let's take a look outside. this camera tells you everything you need to know. pretty good visibility as we look at the chrysler building across roosevelt island. skies have great visibility here to even with the cloud covers in astoria looking down the east river. we can see all the way down to 1 world trade. and all the way down to staten island. a good visibility with clouds, but they're going to thicken lower and rain is on the way. we've got an east wind, a temperature of 55. humidity's in the moderate zone and the barometer falling, which means change is on the way. 60's our normal high, 66 today, not much of a sunrise or no rain yet. rain will be heavy especially evening. a balmy breeze tomorrow with highs in the 70s. cool and dry for halloween, maybe an early shower on marathon sunday. we'll keep an eye on that. there's a front that's going to
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we're looking at great weather even on marathon sunday. 46 around newburgh, carmel and putnam county 43. 45 around hackettstown. 49 from white plains and rocklin county from westchester to rocklin county in the upper 40s along the hudson river valley, and down in the city you see it warms up fast. it's a very comfortable morning by fall standards for this hour of the day. the winds are east, southeast, and that's why there's a flood advisory here until 2:00 around the time of high tide with that east, southeast wind that piles the waves, the wind puts the water into those coastal sections because the water has no place to go with that right angle land mass. off to our south and west, a couple of showers. that's sliding eastward. off to our west big old batches of heavy rain. the showers continue to develop and get heavier as we get to lunchtime and afterward. you see the rain is heavy at 3:00 this afternoon and into
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hudson, that could be a rumble shore. front's going to come it's going to be warmer tomorrow with some sunshine and then cool air lags back and comes in for thursday night. rainfall amounts still looking at tenths by noontime. by the time we get into the overnight hours it's going to be a couple of inches of rain area. after school we got rain, probably cancels after school sports kiddos and practice, that kind of thing. wind swept rain, 66, ponding and poor visibility. watch out for that bus stop and ride home, all that stuff after school through the evening commute and into tonight it's windy and rainy. tomorrow as this front slides by it's breezy and warm and then the cool air lagging back gets in here thursday night. great baseball weather in kansas city missouri tonight at 8:07. it's 52 degrees with a northwest wind. halloween is looking good, dry, clear skies, very comfortable
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at sunset right around 7:00. don't forget saturday night you set the clocks back an hour. windy and rainy, we're looking at periods of rain very windy and rainy tonight and warm, overnight low at 64. windy, warmer tomorrow, sun and clouds, we're at 73. look at thursday night. we are looking at 48, and then we're off to some nice weather for the weekend. the fall classic comes to citi field on friday. we'll have great weather friday, saturday, and for marathon sunday. we are going to need to set the clocks back an hour saturday night. it's always the last, you know, saturday, sunday in october. as mandated by the federal government. >> this month went by so quickly. >> it's crazy. >> right? >> all of the summer went by so quickly. let's hope all of the winter goes by quickly. >> that's my dream. >> let's go over to a webcam and something you may have been dreaming about if you were normally an fdr drive user, i can show you that traffic is starting it move again. it was bumper-to-bumper earlier.
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construction on the fdr drive as you went northbound from the 90s into the rfk triborough bridge has been picked up and put away. we had an issue with the a and c trains. it started yesterday. it was a rail condition at jay street metrotech. the rail condition has been repaired. service has resumed. our other subways are running on or close to schedule. long island railroad, metro forth, new jersey transit they're doing just fine. keep in mind that new haven line of metro north, you have that ongoing track work where you have to go to the other side of the tracks to catch your train. not causing major delays as far as that is concerned. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect for today. thank you very much heather. 5:47. happening today, the ceremonial painting of the blue line runners will follow in sunday's tcs new york city marathon, the 26.2-mile course will zip through all five boroughs of the city and all that blue will lead right up to the finish line here in central park. officials with the new york
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road runners will join new york city leaders on the west drive at 67th street at 9 a.m. >> pretty cool. >> still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, students across the country seem to be falling behind. how do you stay on top of your health?
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you seen kiara? abc7 and your tri-state ford dealers thank you for helping protect our children. it's taken three weeks, but police say the video and the photographs they released helped catch a murder suspect back on the morning of october 6th, police say that brian aponte and two other car thieves shot and killed a man who questioned what they were doing. the man's co-worker was also wounded along with a 13-year- old girl who was walking nearby.
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aponte is facing murder and weapons charges. the justice department has opened a federal civil rights investigation into the south carolina takedown of a disruptive student. several cell phone videos show the deputy flipping the student's desk, then flinging the student to the floor. the violence terrified other students. >> they got her out of the classroom, and then he came back and he was like you want some of this, too, and then he just said you're going to jail too, and he put me in handcuffs, and i just walked out. >> the deputy, 34-year-old ben fields has been suspended. he's also the high school football coach who was honored last year as an exceptional role model. he's also been sued seven years ago for use of excessive force. the report card for the nation's school children is not receiving high marks. results from the national assessment of educational progress exams shows math and reading scores dropped for 8th graders in the past two years.
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only one third of the country's 8th graders were considered at least proficient in reading and math. 5:52. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, former house speaker dennis hastert heads back to court where he is expected to change his plea in the hush money case. >> meteorologist bill evans will be back with another look at the exclusive accuweather forecast, which includes a i'm bobby flay and new york is my home. there's no place like it in the world. come fall, i like to get a taste of everything the state has to offer.
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you're never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic. here's a look at the radar, rain is coming up from the south and west and overspreading the area. a few showers are around, looking at showers getting into heavy rain this afternoon it's 60 degrees, wind swept rain. 15 to 35 miles an hour later on this afternoon, so you can be a huckleberry too. grab your rain gear and at the bus stopwatch out for those kiddos. they are dressed appropriately. after school kids, a lot of wind, a lot of rain.
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be very careful after school today, bus drivers, parents as you're driving around, flooding rains on roadways. mass transit the best way to go you say. >> yes, absolutely. we do have an accident. we'll head to our maps. i'll tell you where it is and it's in roxbury, 46 eastbound near route 10. that accident is still being cleared away. then we still have construction on route 17 both ways between midland avenue and century road. construction two lanes are closed. this should be cleared away by 6 a.m. subway status service is running on or close to schedule. our other mass transit is running on or close to schedule. no major problems, bqe northeast near the l.i.e. that disabled vehicle just about cleared. we have a bit of a delay as you head into that spot. our street cleaning rules are in effect for today. thank you. and a former house speaker dennis hastert once one of the most powerful men in washington
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is due back in chicago federal court today. hastert is expected to change his plea to guilty. hastert is accused of violating banking laws and lying to the fbi about secret payments of $3.5 million. the change of plea is part of a bargain for prosecutors. 5:56. president obama will make a stop in newark new jersey as part of his push to reform the criminal justice system. the president's visiting on monday. he'll ross baraka. the president aims to bolster his message of reform by discussing the challenges faced by ex-cons who try to rejoin society. before american pharaoh rides off into the sunset, here's going to make a final start of his career in the state where he began his historic triple crown run. the colt has returned to kentucky to go for the grand slam in saturday's $5 million breeders cup classic in lexington. pharaoh arrived yesterday in the bluegrass state by plane on
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going to run as the favorite in a stacked field of 10 becoming the first ever triple crown win tore compete in a breeders cup. big disappointment for the mets and fans on the road in kansas city. game one is in the books with a win for the royals. we're live in kansas city with reaction. >> thousands of officers from
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