tv Eyewitness News This Morning ABC November 9, 2015 4:30am-6:00am EST
today the owner of the dog will face a judge. >> jesus! >> a show for unity. university of mississippi football players on strike after racial tangses on-campus is calling for the university's good morning. it is monday, november 9th. you're nevermore than seven traffic. accuweather forecast. >> all right. it is a great fall day today. 46 to start your day. up the hudson river valley it is 37. go across the hudson to white plains, 31 degrees. so chilly numbers there. northwest new jersey, there is sparta, you can see there. acool and crisp morning a great afternoon today with temperatures above normal much this week.
talk about. heather has your commute right now. how is it going? well, that weekend track work is about cleared away on our seven trains. so that is wrapping up for us. transit is doing just fine. no major problems there. you do have routes 1 and 9 southbound, route 440, there was an earlier accidentman, and we have a downed traffic light on the southbound side being repaired. alternate side of the street parking routes in effect today. >> thank you. a developing story in brooklyn, a man is on the run after three suspects tried to rob him at gunpoint. stuy. police shot one of the men and the other is in custody. we are live on the scene with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. the crime scene unit wrapped up their work on-the-scene. overnight, police arrested a 16-
looking for another suspect who was also a teenager. now, this is surveillance video showing that 20-year-old suspect who was shot being taken to an ambulance, bed-stuy neighborhood investigating a scam involving craigslist. the detectives in plain clothes left the apartment building, three suspects approached one of the detectives showing a gun. that detective then drew his hitting him. detectives also did recover the suspect's weapon. >> the guns found right at the scene where the perpetrator dropped it, right next to the detective's weapon. it appears to be a semiautomatic firearm. we don't know if it is real or fake. >> reporter: and they have since determined that gun the suspect was carrying was actually a b.b. gun or an air gun.
police are looking for the last september. dray clark, abc 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you. the tragedy on long island. a9-year-old girl is dead this morning after a pit bull suddenly attacked her playing with her friend. abc 7 eyewitness news' is live now where the owner of the dog is being held. >> reporter: right. well, the dog's owner is here, it is unclear if he will be facing charges in this case. take a look, we were there as the dog's owner, arnold was arrested at the scene on unrelated charge for violation of an order of protection. at this point, it is unclear if he was even at home when the 9- year-old was mauled to death. police are saying three young girls were playing in the backyard of the home on sunday morning. witnesses are saying the dog latched into the girl's head and neck and would not let go until officers arrived.
the officer and the 9-year-old girl died at the hospital a few hours later. >> i was just -- i wish i could turn the time back. i really do. she was too sweet to go. >> it is a -- huge problem. it. >> reporter: we're also waiting for an explanation on what happened leading up to the attack. why the dog turned so violent and attacked that girl. of course, abc 7 eyewitness news. police are hoping that surveillance video will led to the arrest of a man who robbed a business in the bronx using a machete. he walked behind the cabinet on nobody was hurt. investigator of the deadly russian plane crash is saying
the crash. what the click is remains under investigation. but this point u.s. officials are staying all signs are pointing to a bomb. investigators are searching evidence of an explosion. all 224 people died when the jet went down after on route from a particular egyptian resort to moscow. a big fire damaged several homes in queens. investigators are calling it suspicious. it started at a house under construction in forest hills at 7:30 last night. and the fire spread to houses on each side. one was about up a pied -- unoccupied. >> my house was here, luckily the wind blew the other way. >> well, fire chief caused it suspicious because it was so large.
no one was hurt. faculty members at the university of missouri will walkout of class calling for the student's president to step down. the governing body is expected to meet this calling calling for the growing calls for tim wolfe's resignation. 30 members of the football team will not take part in games or practices until the president resigns. the head coach is standing by his players. mizzou family stands as one after a graduate student is staging a hunger protest. >> i'm in this, because it is that serious. we are dealing with humanity here. at this point we cannot continue to work with individuals who just don't care for their constituents. >> president wolfe is resisting calls to resign. yesterday he released a statement saying he is dedicated to dialogue. you are nevermore than seven minutes away from weather
>> all right. times square this morning. we are going be looking at clear skies after a glon us start to our day. and a beautiful day all of the way around. clear skies and light wind, we will be starting out cool and crisp, grab the jackets and sweaters. this morning the -- satellite picture out of the west- northwest. to the south there is rain. that comes northward, increases the cloud this evening and a shot of rain by dawn. today at 8:00, 47ism 10:00, 52. noontime temperatures going to be around 57. we hit 60 this afternoon. normal average afternoon high is 56. so we're going to have above long. we have rain to talk about for tomorrow in your accuweather seven-day forecast. all right.
a great ride. no major problems here. jersey turnpike. we have the eastern spur closed this morning for the ongoing construction that they do. 9. this is northbound route 440 anne arundel county accident northbound, and it downed a traffic light. they will have to clear it before they can open the roadway. the track work on the seven queensboro plaza. transit time. it looks like a great day. minor delays that george washington bridge, construction left over at the lincoln and holland tunnels, but doing okay
harlem drive northbound you do have construction. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect for today. over to you. >> thank you. still ahead on abc 7 eyewitness news -- for the girl scout meeting... for the soccer team... for the girl scout meeting... how many meetings are you having?! at stop&shop, prices are down. savings are up.
ski resorts are open in the sierra nevada mountains and skiers are taking vegetable after a storm brought powder to the mountains. this is the first time in a decade they have been able to open the full mountain this early in the season. >> look at that. 4:43. and meteorologist bill evans is here with a snow free forecast. >> all right. i was in south carolina over the weekend, and 90 degrees. >> wow. >> people in florida were complaining. >> yeah. >> they do. november. it was awesome. yesterday in the 50s. today to around 60. temperatures here well above year. starting out around 46:00. warmer. yesterday's high 56. that is normal for this time of the year. today and this week the
normal. sun is up at 6:35. and the sunrise will start and be warmer today. showers show up starting before dawn tomorrow. dreary skies tomorrow, damp and on and off throughout the day. 41s are wild. 39 in east hampton. 27 in toms river. aclear sky and calm wind the temperatures drops off. the winds are calm in much of the area with the rest of that being out of the northwest and then down to the atlantic and to the south a southerly wind is starting to blow up. this morning freeze warning in effect for eastern suffolk county until we get to 8:00 this morning. that takes in the harbor and out here towards great park and montauk, you go across shelter island. all of the way up towards --
otherwise we're looking at this high pressure sliding eastward and giving us beautiful weather today. this time of the weather moves fast. the system to the south creeps northward high clouds today and then showers and high pressure builds in for wednesday. and the future cast is showing that this afternoon the clouds increase. high clouds. here is the rain starting tomorrow there might be a shower or two in the morning and then the guidance is showing nothing rain building through the afternoon and tomorrow night. and then by -- wednesday afternoon the sun is out. 60 degrees. so sun and cirrus clouds for today. here is the batch of rain to the south. peers of rain -- periods of rain. 61 degrees tomorrow. sunshine and pleasant today, pleasant because the high is 60, four degrees warmer than normal. rain tonight and tomorrow morning.
rain gear. showers in the morning. on and off rain. and the temperatures is a mild 62 degrees. here is your accuweather seven- day forecast each day the temperatures are 60 to around 60. and then sunshine returning wednesday, and showers on thursday. and then we get into the weekend really nice. we'll have sunshine on friday. the weekend temperatures are going to be normal, but they are back into the 60 -- the 50s for highs and the 40s for lows. so a nice weekend is shaping up on monday. >> all right. excellent. >> why not. [ laughter ] >> i love it. all right. how are things looking in terms of the commute? >> well, they are looking up if you use the subways.
issue this weekend with the track work. we still have construction left over there. and basically north from willis every up to 142nd street. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. ken? over to you. >> thank you very much. it is 4:47. decades of military control on the brink of ending in myanmar, the national league in democracy is saying they are headed for a victory. john kerry is hailing it as a step towards democracy. people who waited hours to vote agree. >> this is the only way, we
things -- in the future. our future. our-- baby, my daughter, i have one daughter, 9 years old. so-- for their future we have to vote. >> when the final results of the election are available -- it may be sometime this afternoon. today family and friends will gather to say good-bye to a 6-year-old boy shot and killed in a police officer pursuit in louisiana. athe first grader was shot to death inside of his father's car last week. this is after police chased the car down. his father was seriously hurt in the shooting and in the hospital. two officers will be in court today facing murder charges. a child is among the dead in a horrifying crash outside of washington, d.c. four people were killed when a church van was hit by a pickup truck that was on the wrong side of the
14 other people including six children were hurt. eight victims are critical condition this morning. investigators believe the truck initially rear end a car and then crossed into ongoing traffic. the truck burst into flames after hitting the van. 4:49. police in michigan are saying a school shopping plot discovered on instagram, three teens were planning to attack a high school and middle school. aschool resource officer got information about the plot, they did not give details. an 18-year-old former student and two 15 years old are facing charges. a railcar leaking hundreds of gallons of crude-oil is sealed off following a train derailment in wisconsin. it ran off the tracks 40 miles
the amount of oil leaked is not confirmed. canadian pacific is saying it is less than $1,000 gallons. the breakthrough treatment of a baby girl in the u.k. could be a ray of hope. 1-year-old laesa richards spent most of her life battling leukemia. they refused to give up the fight. and doctors tried a first experimental treatment. she was injected with cells genetically manufactured. >> i'm going, i'm going to get the result that i need. so-- we just pushed on, pushed on. >> and it is a good thing they did. two months after starting the treatment, her leukemia appears, to get this, to be gone. doctors are saying it is
4:54. acity-owned building in the heart of manhattan is set to become a park. the building and parking lot on west 20th street will be transformed. parks and elected officials made the announcement on sunday. the parks department will start getting community input on the new park next year. there are concerns that a brand new type of peanut butter could pose a health threat for kids. it is called "steam" it was
on-line and a few shops in the northeast. it combines the protein of peanuts with caffeine. senator schumer is saying a single serve delivers five of coke. >> lots of kids and lots of people eat many more than two tablespoons, because people love peanut butter. >> well the developers encyst the caffeine -- developers insist that caffeine releases slowly because of the peanut butter. >> quite a jolt. >> if you keep eating it. 4:55. you are nevermore than seven minutes away from traffic and weather. >> all right. it is 27 in morristown.
the temperatures are chilly to start. and warmer near the five boroughs. look at the calm winds today that will make it feel better. you know, the temperatures drop off. so 10:00 we're looking at 53, and 60 degrees around that number for our high today. rain tomorrow, we'll talk about it next in the accuweather seven-day forecast. heather, how is it going? we will talk about the seven trains. we had the track work over the weekend. all of the track work has wrapped up. so the seven tracks are back on. new jersey transit, long island railroad are doing just fine. now, we have a downed traffic light. although the accident was northbound. so we're trying to get that cleared up. minor delays across the border at the hudson river crossing. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect.
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good morning. developing at 5 to mean a.m., and police have fired on three people who tried to rob them. one suspect is still on the run. we're live updating the investigation. >> a community in manhattan after a beloved neighbor was hit and killed by a cab driver. the charges he is facing this morning. the return the jacket weather. as the temperatures ease back into what we're supposed to see this time of the year.
i'm lori stokes. >> thank you for joining us, i'm ken rosato. it is monday, november 9th. we are seven minutes away from traffic and weather. here is meteorologist bill evans. all right. good morning, everyone. let's look down the beach. we have clear skies down the beach. looking good this morning. the temperature is 46 degrees. and clear skies, and calm winds, and freeze warning this morning towards the eastern -- shelter island towards the bay and sac harbor and through the hamptons there. we're looking at the sun coming out, a chilly start, 47 degrees. alight to a calm wind. so nice, pleasant fall day. and a high of 60, above normal for this time of the year. we will talk about rain for tomorrow and thursday in the forecast. here is heather, every seven minutes.
it is not quiet anymore. >> no? >> no. this one just came into us. this is the bqe southbound, into the williamsburg bridge. an accident, look at this car direction. the bqe going i can see right over here a tire that came off, the axis or the wheel there. so heavy delays southbound on the bqe. now to the maps. mass transit is doing just fine. the seven trains that weekend track work is wrapped up. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. lori. over to you. >> thank you. it is 5:02. and quick moves and thicking by an nypd detective in brooklyn after he was targeted by a group of robbers. he shot one of them. and one is still on the run.
clark is live. >> reporter: good morning. that shooting happened behind me on monroe street. these guys chose the wrong guy to rob. the detective wasted no time pulling out his weapon and striking one of the suspects. >> he did produce a firearm and point it at a detective. the detective -- fired once. >> reporter: police are saying it is over in moments. the 20-year-old who pointed the gun at the detective wounded. a16-year-old with him arrested. and another suspect, 16 to 18 years old now on the run. and the detectives bullet hit the man in the right harm and torse -- arm and torso. >> i just heard a gunshot and like 30 seconds after it, the cop was here. >> reporter: cell phone video caught the moment after the gunshot. the suspect screamed about his wounds.
nearby store then shows the wounded suspect being rolled to an ambulance. he is now in the hospital expected to be fine. police found this gun on the sidewalk next to the detective who opened fire. >> it appears to be a semiautomatic firearm, but we don't know if it is a real or a fake gun. >> reporter: and in fact the gun turned out to be nothing more than a b.b. gun. the three detectives were initially here in the neighborhood investigating an apartment scam involving cranings list and they encounter the three suspects. one of the suspects on the run this morning. reporting live, dray clark, abc 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you. 5:04 now, and community members in manhattan coming together to mourn the death of an 88-year-old woman hit and killed by a taxi. the taxi driver was behind the wheel longer than allowed by city law. a memorial is standing outside of her building.
and hit by the driver of the yellow cab yesterday morning. she was a beloved member of the community. >> to me she meant a lot. every time she saw me, she was telling me good things. she wanted me to do better for myself. >> the driver accused of hitting her stied -- stayed on- the-scene. the third pedestrian killed in new york over the weekend. the 11th in the past week. 5:05. acity bus driver is due in court to answer charges in a deadly hit-and-run. paul roper could be indicted today, driving a b15 bus that hit 70-year-old carol bell on tuesday morning. the horrific scene was on video. roper is being held on bond. ben carson supports giving
he attended a rally in the territory yesterday. he pledged to advocate for the 51st street and he addressed recent questions about what he has written and said about his past. >> the burden of proof is not going to be on me to, to calibrate everything that i have ever talked about my life. once i start down that road, every single day from now until election, you will spend your time doing that. >> several news organizations have been unable to confirm details as carson's lives described in his two books. donald trump's appearance on "saturday night live" led to the show's highest rated episode in almost four years. he called himself brilliant, and handsome, and rich, and amazing before he started to explain why he decided to host. >> you have everything going, the world is waiting for you to be president, so why are you
and the answer is -- i have really nothing better to do. [ laughter ] >> well, before he took to the "s.n.l." stage, a large crowd gathered outside of the nbc studios protesting trump's hosting and views on immigration. they held signs and chanted outside of the studio. it was trump's second time hosting "s.n.l." the first time in 2004. and democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders took his campaign to the solid republican state of texas sunday speaking in dallas. sanders stressed the get big money out of politics and denounced his challenger, martin o'malley, and said that the campaign was against president barack obama, but the president campaigned for him and worked for the president in 2008 and 2012. stay with abc 7 eyewitness news
the coverage at 7:00. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather traffic. here is meteorologist bill evans. >> we have clear skies. our temperatures south you can see past one world trade. right. and towards the middle, the zar verrazano bridge. we have a calm wind and the temperatures are dropping off when we have a column to light wind. we have light winds around. the storm to our south. and high clouds today. rain on and off tomorrow. so today by 10:00, 52. and noon, it is 57. 60 this afternoon. above normal for this time of the year. we cool off tonight with clouds. at the bus stop the kids are dressed terribly. you need a sweater. >> you don't need a sweater. >> we're too cool. >> don't you have a weather man
>> is the weather man wearing a sweater if? >> because i'm a terrible dresser. yeah. right. okay. to the webcam, there is something terrible going on, it is the accident on the bqe. the right lane is getting by. one car is spun out and facing the wrong direction. so we're going to take a look at another webcam here and show you the delay. it is jam-packed in the area. so the accident is southbound near met -- metropolitan avenue. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. and our mass transit systems are close to schedule. ken and lori over to you. >> thank you.
5:12. welcome back. along island man is behind bars accused of posing as a cab driver and trying to attack a woman. the 22-year-old pretended to be a car service driver and offered a woman a ride early saturday morning. when the woman was inside of the car, he allegedly threatened here with a b.b. gun and sexual assaulted her. engineers and contractors will be on the site today of a giant sinkhole that swallowed a dozen cars in mississippi.
parging lot of an ihop restaurant on saturday night. and 12 cars fell into the 300- foot long gap, but there were no injuries. because many of the car owners were eating inside of the restaurant. crews are trying to stabilize that area. >> a. 5:13. the privilege of emceeing the five k run and walk happening yesterday in new jersey. there were nearly a thousand people turned out. enormous. and they raised -- look at the sea of people. they raised nearly $150,000 to help fight the disease. i want to thank everybody for being there. including abc 7 eyewitness news' shannon and right there danny. that poor guy lost his wife to cancer two months ago. he told a touching story. they brought up cancer survivors and it touched our hearts.
>> it brings it hope -- home at that point. >> that is great. all right. check in with meteorologist bill evans now. your accuweather seven-day forecast. >> all right. from brooklyn to the lower east side. right here from bowling street to wall street. anice morning. school and crisp, you need your warm gear. 26 and the humidity is dry -- 46 and the humidity is dry. the calm wind, pressure is at 30.44. so strong high pressure over us. 37 towards belmer. 28 up towards monticello. so calm to a very light wind. this is going to be very nice weather to start the day. the freeze warning our here towards wine country, but the grapes have been harvested.
sliding eastward and make for a great day. you get the frost or the freeze from the clear skies and calm wind. so to the south the area of rain heading northward, that will get to us tomorrow. much of this week arctic air is locked up in the arctic. there is a jet stream north of us. after school today, we are looking at 60 degrees. plenty of sunshine. and pleasant, high clouds, above normal for this time of the year. cloudy tonight. a little bit of rain before dawn tomorrow. ashower or two, mostly cloudy skies with on and off showers during the evening hours. that clears out and sunshine on wednesday. and a little bit of rain on thursday. a little bit of rain -- can -- ken, means that very much. >> so that's the case. >> foreign. >> 15 years of spanish that lori took. >> she was a language major at ohio state. >> latin.
i had independent studies. i didn't have to go to class. >> exactly. >> you are lori. you didn't have to go to class. >> because you are lori. [ laughter ] all right. heather. >> did you see the sinkhole in my home town? >> yes. i did. my husband is in mississippi. >> all right. go there and see the sinkhole, it is very long. golly. >> all right. i'll send him a text. >> all right. this is had webcam and the bqe. this is a disabled vehicle near manhattan. and then this one-car spinout. this is southbound near metropolitan avenue. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. over to you. >> all right. thank you. 5:16.
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joe biden will meet with the israel prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the white house. he will focus on security in israel and conflict with the palestinian. there is controversy surrounding the new -- posts hinting that president barack obama is antisymmetric and that john kerry should not be taken seriously. 5:20. and the big even is almost here. we have a huge preview in queens yesterday, check it out. the testing of the balloons that will be in this year's macy's thanksgiving day parade. workers blew them up in the parking lot. we got a look at new balloons. adifferent version of ronald mcdonald. and the squirrel from the ice age movies. and a throwback, the oil dinosaur. >> that's so exciting. agreat time. 5:20ism you are never more
weather and traffic. meteorologist bill evans. >> it is that time. this morning looking at mild temperatures. taking the ferry from staten island we're looking about 46 degrees. so the temperatures are mild and the water temperature here has been cooling off. the water temperature is about 60 degrees, you know, that's rather warm for this time of the year. long island sound, 58 and a nice ride back and forth. looking at sunshine today. we're going to be looking at clear skies this morning. by midday, 57 degrees. and 60 this afternoon. rain tomorrow, we will talk about in your accuweather seven- day forecast. all right. heather, traffic. as you go northbound getting into mcginnis street that's a disabled vehicle, and
so we have two problems on the bge. mass transit is doing okay. no major problems. subway services on our close to schedule. and heading into harlem river drive right lane is closed down with construction. so the west side highway is a good alternate. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. over to you. all right. thank you. still ahead on abc 7 eyewitness news --
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developing right now in brooklyn, nypd officers are searching for a suspect after a group of men attempted to rob plain clothes detectives. one suspect was shot. >> a day of play for a group of children on long island turns tragic with a pit bull attacks a 9-year-old girl and killing her. we are live with the charges. >> and you better layer up before you head out the door. it is feeling more like november once again. a live picture all of the george washington bridge. >> all right. you know that bridge well. >> too well. good morning. i'm ken rosato. >> i'm lori stokes. thanks for starring your morning with us. remember you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. here is meteorologist bill evans. >> it is starting to feel like
we are going to seeing 45 around sunset park around staten island. it is 37 degrees in white plains. these numbers are closer to normal. this afternoon we are going to be above normal. 60. and i got great news -- >> i don't. >> you don't? no. i don't have great news. all lanes are subject to closure on the bqe. we look at the webcam and all of the activity going on because of this accident. the wrong direction. they may have gotten that cleared away. closure. some of the cars are getting by on the right soldier and the exit ramp. this accident is being cleared away. and we will head over to the maps. the southbound side, near
so all lanes subject to closure. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. lori and ken, over to you. >> thank you very much. it is 5:31. an investigation into a scam led to shots fired by an nypd detective in brooklyn confronted by a group of robbers. stuy. one of the suspected robbers is still on the run. abc 7 eyewitness news' dray clark is live on-the-scene. >> reporter: good morning. that shooting happened behind me on monroe street. overnight detectives aread16- year-old and they are looking for another suspect.
being rushed to an ambulance. detectives were in the bed-stuy neighborhood on sunday evening investigating a robbery related to an apartment scam involving craigslist. the detectives were leaving an apartment building, three suspects approached the detective holding a gun. the detective got out his weapon and shot the suspect. and the detectives recovered the suspect's gun. >> the guns found at the scene where the perpetrator dropped it. it appears to be a semiautomatic firearm. we don't know if it is -- real or fake. >> reporter: they have determined the weapon the 20- year-old was carrying was actually nothing more than a bg gun. but it certainly looked like the real deal. you can see in the picture. the search continues for the third suspect. reporting live, dray clark, abc 7 eyewitness news. >> dray, thank you. 5:32.
morning what caused a pit bull long island. the owner of the dog was arrested on the scene on a separate charge. kemberly richardson is live right now. >> reporter: well, good morning. that dog's owner remains here on unrelated charges. it is still unclear if he could be facing charges in this case where his dog mauled a little girl. take a look here, we were there as the pit bull's owner, arnold was arrested on-the-scene on an violation of order of protection. it is in clear if he was at was mauled to death. police are saying three girls were playing in the backyard of the home on sunday morning and witnesses are saying the dog latched to the girl's head and neck and wouldn't let go. until the officers arrived the dog was shot and killed by one of the officers.
hospital a few hours later. >> words can not even state how -- great of a kid she was. like-- she -- she was wonderful. she was an angle. >> reporter: we are still waiting on some kind of explanation, what made that dog suddenly turn so violent and attack the 9-year-old girl. today correction officers were stand behind local lawmakers to stand behind the use of force. this is after two inmates were accused of attacking a correction officer last week. the two teen slashed the officer's -- repeatedly on his face and body. the union is calling for the city to look at the use of force guidelines in the wake of this attack. police are hoping
the arrest of a man who robbed a business using a machete. investigators are saying agler was recorded walking behind the cabinet, and he grabbed cash and took off. there were no injuries. new video this morning showing ininfants flame -- showing intense flames that destroyed a row of homes in queens. unclear what sparked it. the fire chief is listing the fire as suspicious because it was so large. firefighters responded to a house under construction at 7:30 last night. the fire quickly spread to houses on each side and neighbors feared the worst. >> my house from here, it -- luckily, the debris was -- smoking up, but luckily the wind blew the other way. >> fortunately, there were ( speaker off microphone )s of injuries. 5:35.
custody of her daughter for letting her ride on her scooter. she takes her to school every day and straps her to the scooter with a seatbelt. >> we don't you her walk besides you. >> they said that is -- >> i brought up the fact that people who are capable -- do it all the time. that child is my absolute life. i would never let everything happen to her at all. >> her friends are trying to pitch in to find her an accessible van as a transportation alternative. investigators of that deadly russian jetliner crash say that the cockpit voice recorder captured a click in the final seconds before it stopped working. what the click is remains under investigation. but u.s. officials say it
the jet killing all 224 people on board. they are increasing reports of massive security gaps at egypt's air -- airport, and was loaded. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. here is meteorologist bill evans with the forecast. >> we have visible and sunshine. all of that great stuff. afall day today. the temperature is 46 degrees. pretty much close to normal for this hour of the day. 42 is the low. we have a light wind. and clear skies. the temperature drops off. clouds and rain. this comes to us tomorrow. we will probably see a few showers early in the morning. today it is a beauty. aday start to the week. with a lot of sunshine.
huckleberries. is that a christmas outfit, lori. >> i'm going to change again for this show. [ laughter ] >> how many times are you going to have me change, bill. our rain gear. >> you have been listening heather. all right. let's go to our webcam and the delays on the bqe. bumper-to-bumper on the southbound side. this takes you into the area of the williamsburg bridge. this is because of an accident that's check out the activity that is going on the bqe. i'm sure everybody in the area is not pleased. and head to the maps and talk about the location. it is southbound around metropolitan avenue. subway status is running on our close to schedule.
it's judgment day. back seat chefs peer inside your oven. but you've cleaned all baked-on business from meals past with easy-off, so the only thing they see is that beautiful bird. go ahead. let 'em judge. 5:41. happening today, family and friends will gather to say good- bye to a 6-year-old boy shot and killed in louisiana. afuneral will be held today.
death inside of his father's car last week when officers opened fire after chasing the car down a dead end street. his father was hurt in the shooting and is in the hospital. two officers will be in color today. the governing body for the university of missouri will hold a closed door meeting this morning to talk about the demand for the school's president to step down. students are saying tim wolfe has failed on racial harassment at the university. one black graduate student, johnson butler, is vowing not to eat until wolfler is dismissed. >> i'm in this, because it is not serious. we're dealing with humanity here. at this point we cannot afford to continue to work with individuals who do not care.
joining the call for wolfe to be ousted, but he is resisting calls to design. he released a statement saying he is dedicated to a dialogue to address what he called a very complex societal issues affecting the campus community. 5:43. tonight i have the privilege of emceeing the evening of food and wine, at the pleasant day in new jersey. and it benefits the child life programs at the hospital. come on out. >> in fact, i know this is from past experience, you will be talking about, more than 30 restaurants and wineries will be featuring their best dishes. so you can go to ken's facebook page for details. >> a good time. come out. >> sounds good. let's check in with meteorologist bill evans now. >> all right. here we go.
it is cool and crisp. welic at the chrysler building. we have beautiful weather across roosevelt island and towards flushing bay. this is our camera looking southward here, from asbury park through the convention center. we've got skies that are clear. 46 degrees. and the humidity is dry. the wind is calm. that allows the temperature the drop this morning. you need the jacket and the sweater. in the suburbs it is kind of chilly. a normal high of 56ism today above that, all week long temperatures above normal for this time of the year. sun is up, gorgeous, a cool and crisp start. and warmer today, showers show up before dawn tomorrow and dreary skies tomorrow. 28 out here at west hampton. 40 in east hampton.
where the heating from area -- it is showing the clear sky. cool numbers here with a calm wind, clear skies, temperature really drops off. next system to affect us will be to the south. this morning until 8:00 this freeze warning in suffolk county from shelter island to the east end. north fork and the south fork the temperatures around 30's. 28 at west hampton. so clear skies back the great lakes. all week, we're looking at the arctic air is locked up where it belongs in the arctic. the jet stream will stay to the north and keep the cold air there this morning. tonight it is cloudy and showers before dawn, 51. tomorrow is a cloudy sky. showers tomorrow. 62 degrees. we are in much need of rain. not a lot of rain tomorrow, a few 10th.
and another shot of rain on thursday. and then nice weather coming for the weekend. temperatures in the 50s saturday and sunday, which is normal. and 40s at night. >> thank you, bill. on the roadways with heather. >> the biggest issue is the problem on the bqe. look at the webcams and very heavy delays coming down the bqe into the area where the accident is. it is jack pack -- jam-packed with traffic. we are going to head to the maps. this is southbound near metropolitan areas. all lanes are subject to closure. very heavy delays both directions because of the accident. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect.
>> thank you, heather. 5:46. the calendar is still reading fall. but out west people are getting a taste of winter. sky resorts are open in the sierras nevada mountains and skiers and snow borders are taking advantage. the operators are saying it is the first time in more than a decade they have been able to open the full mountain this early in the season. >> wow. 5:47.
5:49. welcome back, decades of military control are on the brink of ending in myanmar. the national league for democracy is saying they are clearly headed for a landslide victory in the first election in 25 years. john kerry is hailing the election as the first step towards democracy. people who waited hours to vote agree. >> this is the only way we can, we hope that we can change some things in the future. our future. our baby, my baby, my daughter, i have one daughter, 9 years old. so-- for their future we have to vote. >> hmm. when the final results of the election are available -- it could be this afternoon. right now police are searching for the person who ambushed a judge outside of her texas home opening fire and
police in austin are looning into the thousands of criminals who are behind bars because of kasuric. now, she was shot in her driveway. she got out of her car to move a garbage can put in front of her secure gate. with a long career history as a judge and prosecutor there are a lot of potential suspects. >> every year she has thousands, a thousand new defendn'ts charged with felony crimes. when you are sending people to prison and death row, not everyone is happy with that. >> or judges in the area are being warmed to keep an eye out in case the suspect is targeting anyone else. the judge is expected to recover. a big change can be on the way for your child's ride to school. anational transportation safety board director wans seatbelts on school buses.
the calm winds this morning. today a very amount of sunshine as we move down the beach here around asbury park. and 47 by 7:00. 57 and later on today. very nice weather. at the bus stop after school looking for for after school sports. 60 degrees. a nice, nice fall day. temperatures above normal all week. heather is looking at your commute. and troubles on the bqe. yes. the bqe, the gowanus, the all right. through queens and brooklyn. so the bqe south all lanes subject to closure. northbound you have a disabled vehicle. then through brooklyn you're going to find more problems that is on the gowanus as well. let's go to our maps. this is how it is looking as you travel to our web cameras. this is how it is looking. you can see the right lane is
-- subject to closure as they try to clear this out. street cleaning rules in effect. >> thank you. 5:56. anew kind of peanut butter is raising concerns because of the amount of caffeine. better. lane shops. it combines the protein of peanuts with the energy boost of caffeine. and charles schumer is saying it delivers five times the caffeine of a single can of coke. >> lots of kids and laws of people eat many more than two tablespoons. >> the developers the cyst the caffeine is release slowly because it takes longer to digest than coffee. senator schumer is urging the fda to investigate.
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