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>> as we mentioned stay tuned good morning, it's 4:30 and we are learning new details about a terrifying crash that left a pedestrian dead in brooklyn and we have a live update on whether the driver will face charges. developing in new jersey, firefighters battling a big fire. ripping through an abandoned armory. so far, no injuries. and let's get a look outside. grab your jackets and your umbrella. rain is expected to arrive very soon and it could impact your morning commute. and good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> thank you for joining us, i'm ken rosato. it is tuesday, november 10th. and you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> well, lori is right, grab the raincoat you need that today and the umbrella.
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today out of the northeast about 10, 20 miles per hour. temperatures are mild, 55 degrees but rain is on the way and just to our south. out across long island, hauppauge, north port, massapequa at 5 #. even at east hampton out of to montauk. 59 belmar, that's the warm spot in toms river. and 42 up around poughkeepsie. from the city east west and north it's just cloudy. showers are slow to creep on into middlesex county there around marl boar bro and monmouth and -- marlboro and monmouth and ocean county. it's off and on rain all day long and temperature gets to 61. weather and traffic together every seven minutes. except we're going to talk about the subways the a. train goes fast track. they have the service going on on the a. train. no trains if you are traveling between 168th street and 207th street. new jersey transit, long island railroad, metro-north running on or close to schedule. using the george washington
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bridge, coming inbound on the upper level, they are cleared the construction but some delays as you move across the span. you are a car, have e-zpass, go downstairs instead. george washington bridge again you have that construction but it's just a my for delay getting into the tolls. lincoln and holland are doing okay. and then if you're going on o the b we on the northbound side, northeast ramp to the brooklyn bridge closed with construction. let's take a look at a camera and i'll show you how the george washington bridge is looking see that delay across the upper? they are clearing that construction. our street cleaning rues are in effect -- rules are in effect. lori over to you. thank you. a developing story in paterson, new jersey. the fire is deep inside the structure down in the basement of the armory and it's been tough for forgots to get to it -- firefighters to get to it. that fire started last night at about 11:00 and expected to burn through the morning. at that point, there are no reports of any injuries. we learned overnight that no charges are expected to be filed against a driver who lost control of his car and then hit
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and killed a man who was walking down the street. eyewitness news reporter dray clark live in flatbush. morning dray. >> reporter: good morning ken, there's still damage and debris you can see here behind me from the crash here on flatbush avenue. the 50-year-old victim was walking on the same sidewalk when he was run over. surveillance video shows the moment the driver of the nissan lost control of his car and year-old man. s -- 50-year-old man. who was walking down flatbush avenue and talking on his cell phone. good samaritans tried to help the victim but the vehicle was too heavy and the victim showed no signs of life. the accident happened just before 5:30 last night. a time when flatbush avenue was full of people who either saw or heard the crash. >> boom. like an explosion. no, it was really awful. >> things just up -- happen that you cannot avoid.
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i feel so sad. very saddening and i hope that he won't have to see any of this situation ever again. >> reporter: and the 58-year- old driver and the 3-year-old boy who was inside the car when the crash happened, they were taken to the hospital with non- life-threatening injuries. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. we're live in flatbush this morning, dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. thank you. and we are seeing video of a man wanted for attacking a woman inside a bronx grocery store. this happening at the minor supermarket in fordham rights, the man and woman get into an argument and suddenly he punches her right in the face. the suspect takes off. the victim ends up in the hospital for a cut on her forehead. and police in connecticut searching for two gunmen who ambushed and shot a man in stanford. this happening sunday. the 34-year-old victim was shot several teems but he did -- times but he survived. the motive for the shooting not yet clear. the manhunt is on this morning for a killer after a
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triple shooting near penn station. surveillance video shows a man reacting to gunfire on 8th avenue. the victims got into on argument and the two man inside a mcdenied's and then moments later the gunman opened fire. as the victims entered the subway yesterday morning. 43-year-old angel quinones was killed. he was a known heroin dealer, two other men were hurt. a babysitter in manhattan waking up in jail this morning accused of sexually abusing a boy who was in his care. now police are looking for other possible victims. 33-year-old millton narvaez also known as millton gomez is accused of sexually abusing a boy whom he babysat for six years. police say he videotaped the assaults. narvaez also worked at the eastern diocese of the armenian church in midtown. >> i really can't comment through an ongoing case. however, our diocese has been cooperating with the authorities on this. >> well, investigators say narvaez was in regular contact
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they believe it is likely there are other victims. well, the mass -- the investigation into that massive sexting scandal at long island high school could widen. leading to the arrest of seven more students. two 14-year-old boys are already charged. suffolk county police say that they filmed a sexual encounters with a young female student and then passed the video around kings park high school. they also suspended dozens of other students for texting or just viewing the video. >> they have no answers to any of this. just suspend whomever they want. >> your son can get in trouble because someone forwarded a video to his phone. that he has no control over receiving it. >> school officials would not confirm how many students were punished. stay with eyewitness news for updates.
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president tim wolfe is done. he a-- gone. he announced his resignation. after weeks of protests, possible practice resumes today. for some 30 black football players who would refuse to play until wolfe stepped down. the school's board announced a series of niche tiffs the creation of a chief diversity officer, a diversity task force and mandatory training for staff and students. after the resignation, grad student jonathan butler ended his week long hunger strike. but another student demanded meetings. the student group is demanding shared control of the university. it is 4:37. you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. and bill evans with your accuweather forecast. >> well, let's take a look outside because we have ourselves a cloudy sky right now and to our south we have rain it's pouring northward, the rain will be here in the city and long island in an hour but it's already raining in central and southern new jersey. so you're there. got to have the rain gear, no
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hatter where you are if -- matter where you are, take the rain gear with you. we're looking at 55 degrees and rain kind of creeping up from the south it's really from sandy hook right across central somerset and hunterton county. middlesex county here. and it's just kind of slow to creep northward today. you can see the wind coming in out of the northeast here. so that keeps us kind of cool and damp and cloudy all day with showers kennel of a soggy day much of the day. the rain extends oh -- all the way down here into the carolinas, this just keep working its way up the coast, another rainy wave this afternoon and that means rain even into tonight. at times there will be waves that come through that are pretty heavy. 59 at 1:00 to about 2:00, 3:00 another wave of heavy rain there. and the temperature is 60 degrees. and as we go into the evening commute, it's going to be raining. so we're looking at steady rain across the area. weather and traffic together every seven minutes. i know what you're going to say. >> i'm going to say -- that i'm wondering if we're wearing the rain gear today at the bus
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>> that's what i knew you were going to ask. yes. >> you did know i was going to ask that? >> i did know that but i don't know. we have to find the rain gear, we lost it. >> oh my gosh. all right. all right. plastic bag. garbage bags always work. right over to a traffic camera and show you how things are moving across the george washington bridge. a little bit better than they were the last time we spoke. you can see left to right that's inbound traffic. so the upper level slower than the lower level and as we head over to the maps i can tell you why. the inbound upper level construction has been cleared away. however, going into the tolls about 10, 15 minutes to the upper level. lower level is doing better but you need e-zpass with a car in order to do that. lincoln tunnel and holland you still have some construction left over there. a. trains doing the fast track repair and there are no trains between 168th street and 207th streets. metro-north, long island railroad, and new jersey transit running on or close to schedule. bqe, northeast the ramp to the brooklyn bridge closed with ongoing construction. and the brooklyn bridge closed
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and that again is because of construction. and then on the fdr drive north from 61st street to 96th street you have construction southbound you have construction. 106th street into 53rd streets. we have alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect for today. over to you lori and ken. it's 4:40 and still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, new information in the deadly crash of a russian airliner in egypt. why investigators now believe it may have been an inside job. >> a stunning police chase caught on camera and an out of control driver hits the gas and slams headson into a police car.
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a shocking and dangerous confrontation caught on camera between police and an out of control driver. [ sirens ] >> stop, stop!
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gunfire gunfire flush -- [ >> man. body cameras captured an officer in oklahoma trying to stop an alleged car thief but instead that driver rams full speed into him as you saw. moments later other officers surround the car but the driver stands up and taunts them rather than surrender. that driver had to be removed from the car. she now faces numerous charges and amazingly the officer who was hit wasn't seriously injured luckily. >> what a scene. >> man. >> crazy. it is 4:43. and let's check in with meteorologist bill evans. bill? >> well, we take a look from asbury park here and we've got a cloudy morning there. there are some showers right there at asbury park. we are looking at what's going to be a rainy day all day long. rain is just getting started now there around asbury park now creeping northward here, a look from the camera at four times square looking south we
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east and north, we're dry right now. 55 degrees the humidity picking up at 69%. the east wind continues to be out of the east northeast and the pressure falling. that means we've got a storm system coming. so we've got a soggier drive to the south so far. steadiest rain comes in you know today and lasts through the evening. we'll have a damp daybreak tomorrow and we'll actually have some sun in the afternoon tomorrow. for veterans day. a little rain on thursday. still seasonable temperatures as we get into the end of the week and the weekend. so we're looking at 54 around river dale. 55 ridgewood, queens and whitestone. these numbers are very mild and should be around 42. you don't have the cold rain. you actually have a 59 in belmar which is pretty warm. sowers the wind out of the -- here's the wind out of the northeast here, very light here, 5, 6, 7, miles per hour. but the rain showers are off to the south here with this low. it's right there you know asbury park is right there, and there's sandy hook, new jersey on south. just starting to skirt now around great kills bay and
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around staten island and monmouth and ocean county around middlesex and hunterton counties -- hunterdon county. we have another batch this evening and then all the clouds through tonight and tomorrow. so we're looking at some steadier rain to our south and to our east with this low. the second low kind of swings up to the north and east and into canada. but that will kind of sling a shower through here as all this leaves tomorrow morning on veterans day. a slow start to the day with a shower. but by afternoon, we're still going to be looking at breaks of sun but the temperatures will be mild. the high is centered donned here around kentucky and tennessee and that's more pacific mild air coming across from the west on veterans day. we want our veterans to have is a great afternoon and that will be breaks of sun. it's cloudy and rainy and windy too. i think you need the raincoat today as well. the blowing wind and the winds out of the -- rain and the winds out of the northeast around 10 to 20. it's on and off rain for tonight. it's 51 degrees. and then we've got morning rain tomorrow.
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it's cloudy and damp by afternoon and we have some peeks of sun on veterans day. the temperature 61 degrees. here's your accuweather seven day forecast. after that morning shower tomorrow, breaks of sun on veterans day. another litable shower pops up on thursday. -- little shower pops up on thursday, then we have a sunny and nice weekend coming up. 58 friday. sunshine on saturday and sunday. we're looking at some beautiful weather. it's going to be absolutely gorgeous this weekend. but we're going to get know this morning through the morning commute and all day long. you kind have to prepare yourself for that. the wind kind of blows the rain around too. >> never fun. it's one thing to drizzle it's another thing with the blowing wind. >> you have stuff like a wet dog at 6:15. >> thank you dog. you get wet you know. >> stinky dog. >> the only thing worse than that is stinky wet traffic. do we have that. not yet. no, no, no. it's actually -- >> subway on a day like today. >> yeah. exactly. let's go right over to our maps.
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what's going on with mass transit. metro-north, long island railroad, and new jersey transit they're all checking in with no major problems. no trains between 168th street and 207th street. now to the george washington bridge, the upper level construction has been cleared away but you do have a delay coming across the span. getting into the tolls 10 to 15 minutes into the upper level. lincoln and holland you still have construction but very minor delays there. no major problems to report. now as you go on to the bqe northeast, the ramp to the brooklyn bridge is closed down with construction. and then the brooklyn bridge remains closed down until 6:00 a.m. they're also doing that construction there. we're going to talk to you about the fdr drive now. we're hearing northbound between 61st and 96th streets, they still have that construction set up but southbound from 106th down to 53rd street. that construction is cleared away. the grand central parkway has construction east.
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then heading through brewster, on 84 going west right near exit 20. that's a disabled vehicle. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect. lori over to you. all you. and new information in the deadly crash of a russian airliner in egypt. investigators are looking for a ramp worker at sharm el-sheikh airport who may have been an isis recruit. now they believe that he planted a bomb on the plane. officials are going through surveillance tapes and employee records. u.s. authorities tell abc news that islamic state communicated with someone at the egyptian airport. 4:48. the american officials say it's supply soon to speculate on the motive of the gunman who shot and killed at least five people at a police training center in aman. the area around that center was sealed. the killer was a jordanian police officer and other officers killed him to end the shooting. two american trainers died along with two jordanians and a
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seven other people were also wounded including two americans. >> we take this v. seriously and every -- very seriously and we'll be working closely with the jordanians to figure out what happened. >> they were being treated in aman. the 6-year-old boy shot to death when louisiana police confronted his father has been laid too rest. funeral services were held for jeremy martis yesterday in mississippi 689 the officers were ordered held on $1 million bond each. morris greenhouse and derrick stafford both phase murder and attempt -- face murder and attempted murder charges for his death and the wounding of his father. 4:49. police in georgia investigating a shooting near the campus of clayton state university. eyewitnesses heard repeated shooting at the clayton station student apartments around 8:00 last night. the victim was seriously injured. and he is reported to be a relative of a student at the school.
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police have not made any arrests. 4:50. and big changes are coming for sea world's largest residents, the company san diego's theme park is ending its orca shows by the end of next year. sea world has been under pressure from animal ranges activists and say a 2013 documentary focused on how killer whales respond to captivity. the company is promising a new orca experience beginning in 2017. >> it's going to be focused more on the natural setting and natural environment and also the natural behaviors of the whale. and it will have a strong conservation message. >> and animal rights groups say the planned changes are not enough. they want sea world to phase out the captivity of orcas. stomach turning action sixths in lockland county. will -- accusations in rockland county. what a pizza hut worker is accused of doing after a dispute with a customer. >> also ahead customers scrambling after a gunman opens fear at a deli if the bronx.
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more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. here's meteorologist bill evans. >> across somerset and the hunterdon and middlesex county really to allentown and coming northward here, through the morning commute, more of this will just keep working its way up from south to north through the area. today we are going to be school kiddos. it will be rainy and windy. weather then heather sever seven minutes. not too badly and i know when i say that i jinx it but right oh to the web cam and show you the fdr drive near 96th street. northbound traffic southbound traffic, not doing too badly. let's go over to the maps and i can tell you that we did have construction north from 6 it's tree 96th street south from 106th to 53rd street. metro-north, long island railroad, and new jersey transit running on or close to schedule. a. trains we still track going on and should be
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no trains at this point between 168th and 207th streets. george washington bridge, inbound the upper level construction has been cleared away. traffic is moving very well getting across the span. you now have a minor delay into the tolls for the george washington bridge. it was up to 10 to 15 minutes but now it's back down to five or less. lincoln, holland, you still have construction not causing any major problems however. bqe northeast the ramp to the brooklyn bridge closed down and then the brooklyn bridge going into the city. that remains closed down until 6:00 a.m. that of course is because of overnight construction and then as you go over here onto the grand central parkway eastbound, kew gardens into 168th street you do have two lanes shut down. we're going to look at our alternate side of the street parking rules now. and i can tell you they are in effect. ken over to you. there you go. thank you heather, if you are chewing your breakfast right now. just pause swallow and just wait 30 seconds okay? all right, you've been warned in rockland county this is not the kind of delivery you want waiting at the doorstep. health officials are
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investigating a claim now it's a claim, that someone urinated on a delivered pizza. the pizza was delivered from a pizza hut on route 9 w in has beener straw. it was allegedly urinated on after the customer had a dispute with a worker other thered. if -- over the order. the proven true investigators say that would be a criminal case. 4:57. we are closing in on 5:00. and just ahead on eyewitness news this morning, police are at the home in newark at this hour after a body was found and we just spoke with investigators who bring you the update ahead. >> and we learned overnight that the driver who lost control and killed one pedestrian in brooklyn will not we're live at the scene. your rain gear. meteorologist bill evans has forecast. keep it right here on abc 7 on
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good morning, it's 5:00 a.m. and one pedestrian was killed and three others are hurt when an out of control car flipped over on to a sidewalk in brooklyn and we're live on the scene with new details on the investigation. caught on camera, a wild shooting inside a bronx, bullets hit two people and we're updating the search for the gunman. and a little bit of advice, don't leave home without the umbrella. rain is moving into our area right now. >> ella, ella. >> good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> and thank you for joining us, i'm ken rosato. it's tuesday, november 10th and you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. meteorologist bill evans and the wet accuweather forecast. >> well, we have cloudy skies
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island and central northern jersey. the rain the s down to the south and it's -- is down to the youth and it's creeping -- south and it's creeping on northward rehe, 43 kingston and around newburg and caramel. if you're going out the door no rain upstate new york. or connecticut. but that rain slowly working your way in a couple of hours. it will be into the city here by 5:30. watch the radar for you right now. starting to creep through monmouth and ocean county. you can see there to southern somerset and hunterdon county, it will take its time getting here between 5:00 and 6:00 but it's a rainy day after that. the rain keeps moving northward and off and on rainy day all year long. it's weather then heather all day long. subway status, the service is running on or close to schedule. mass transit times with new jersey transit, long island railroad and metro north are
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doing just fine. p.a.t.h. trains are fine. bqe northeast the ramp to the brooklyn bridge is closed down with construction. and then the brooklyn bridge is still shut down that's until 6:00 a.m. again because of construction. you can always head up to the manhattan bridge instead or the williamsburg bridge. fdr drive northbound, 61st street to 96th street. southbound 106th street down to 53rd street. that earlier construction picked up and pull away and traffic is moving just fine and construction inbound george washington bridge upper level clear. traffic doing just fine. our street cleaning rules are in effect for today. lori over to you. all right heather thank you. a story still developing right now out of newark and police tell us there's one person dead and a second person who was found unconscious in a home on south 11th street. the prosecutor's office is investigating whether there's any criminality. we do know the medical examiner's office is also on the scene. stay with eyewitness news for updates. and also learned overnight the driver who lost control and flipped on to a brooklyn
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one person died and three others were hurt. this happened at flatbush avenue between al bemarl road and regent place in flatbush. eyewitness news reporter dray clark is live now on the scene for us, good morning dray. >> reporter: good morning lori, there are still damage left behind here behind me from the crash last night that 50-year- old victim was walking down flats bush avenue probably doing what he does every day. only this time, he had no time to really dodge out of the way of the vehicle that was headed in his direction and ultimately took his life. surveillance cameras captured the horrible moment monday evening. 5:26. a driver loses control of his nissan on flatbush avenue in brooklyn and the car goes airborne. landing upside down and on top of a 50-year-old man who was walking on the sidewalk. seconds before the crash, you can see in the video the man talking on his cell phone and by the time he realized the car is about to hit him, it's too
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>> for some reason he just went right into -- and right into the tree. flipped about three times. >> reporter: you can also see in the video good samaritans trying to help the victim. but the vehicle was too heavy and the man showed no signs of life. the driver of the vehicle a 58- year-old man, and a 3-year-old boy who was also inside the nissan were taken to the hospital with non-life- threatening injuries. another woman who was also walking on the street and hit by debris was also taken to the hospital with minor injuries. alicia thomas says she left the area only minutes before the crash happened. >> i probably would have been dead right now. but you know what? god is good. >> reporter: and again overnight we learned the 58- year-old driver of that nissan that caused that defendly accident -- deadly accident will not be charges. the official cause of the accident that still remains
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morning, dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. thank you. it's 5:05. and gunfire wounded two 18-year- olds in a packed bronx deli. store video shows the crowd scatter as the gunman fires from the deli door. the baby is abandoned and people dive for cover and one victim falls behind the deli counter, this all happened without a word of warning. >> no argument, shots fired. and that was it. bang, bang. and i'm diving for the floor. >> well, the two wounded men are expected to recover and it's not even clear if they were the intended targets. the gunman was seen on camera outside the store and police are still looking for him. time now 5:05. new information now with an arrest after a deadly scooter cross-question in queens. the -- collision in queens. the driver ran into the open driver's side door on jamaica avenue yesterday afternoon. he was thrown to the ground and
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hit by a toyota tundra driven by sauh herrera of wood haven. he was arrested but not for the crash. will he had a summons for an open contender. tonight in milwaukee, still dominating the main stage, front runners donald trump and ben carson. stephanie? >> reporter: good morning ken. live from milwaukee this time for donald trump and the rest of the gop presidential field. the candidates who averaged at least 2.5% in the polls will be on main stage tonight. >> the next president of the united states, donald trump. >> reporter: a rock star welcome for gop white house hopeful donald trump. >> wow. >> reporter: in front of a pumped up crowd at a rally in springfield, illinois. trump taking jabs at his opponents and slamming his main rival in the polls ben carson. >> if you try and hit your mother over the head with a hammer, your poll numbers go up. >> reporter: the latest
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national poll shows trump and carson are practically tied followed by rubio, cruz and bush. >> i have never seen this before. >> reporter: in the last week, carson calling himself the victim of a media witch hunt. >> you're asking me about something that occurred 50 years ago. and you expect me to have the details on that? >> reporter: carson will likely face tough questions tonight after weeks worth of stories have sent him into defense mode. over claims in his autobiography he was offered a scholarship to west point and that he had a violent youth allegedly taking aim at a friend. >> the newspapers say you didn't do it and you said yes i did. i did it. >> reporter: presidential contender marco rubio knows everything he needs to know about his competition he says. ben carson. >> carson's story would only be possible in a great story like america. >> reporter: the debate is scheduled to last two hours and there have been a few changes to the format since the last debate which was called a disaster by the rnc. the candidates will not make opening statements.
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however, they will have more time to make arguments. in washington, stephanie ramos for channel 7 eyewitness news. all right stephanie thank you very much. and stay with eyewitness news and abc news for updates on the race for president. "good morning america" picks up the coverage with a live report from milwaukee at 7:00 a.m. 5:08 and the jury in the lufthansa heist trial of vincent asaro willresume delicious this morning. he is accused of planting the -- planning the 1978 heist of cash and jewels from a terminal and also charged with arson, murder and extortion and other crimes. he faces life in prison if he's convicted. time is 5:08. you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. and it's going to be a wet forecast today. meteorologist bill evans with the details in the accuweather forecast. >> you are correct sir. it is cloudy right now around the five boroughs, long island central northern jersey up the hudson river valley and connecticut. but central southern jersey now getting the rain and it's creaming pretty much the south and like we talked yesterday, we said dawn would be the full- time for the rain in the city
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and long island and we're pretty much online with our forecast here. we have cloudy skies and we have a good bit of visibility we can see down in staten island. 55 degrees. well, where's the rain? it's creaming on -- creeping on into monmouth county and southern somerset and mercer county and through middlesex county and that's just kind of slowly creeping northward here and there's a lot of rain to come. rain that will be moderate off and on you know there'll be some wind with that too out of the northeast. at about 10 to 20 miles per hour. so it's a windy day with rain off and on. 60 degrees this afternoon. the temperatures are kind of mild and at the bus stop kiddos, the hooligans will be there but they have the umbrellas and ponchos. >> they're dressed appropriately. >> they are. well -- you can have some boots and not the little espadrilles. but other than that -- >> espadrilles? >> waterproof. >> it's all i could find in the closet this morning. all right we are going to take a look at what's going on here and i'm finding not much traffic on the bqe. as you go onto the northbound
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side. this is near union street. although we have issues on the bqe but it's everyday issues. i can tell you the northeast ramp to the brooklyn bridge is closed with construction. plus you do have road construction in that spot. and then you have the brooklyn bridge closed inbound until 6:00 a.m. so subway status, subway service is running on or close to schedule. metro-north, long island railroad, and new jersey transit p.a.t.h. trains ferries all doing just fine. going across the george washington bridge not a problem, a minor delay inbound at the tolls. the lincoln and holland are just fine. we have alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect. ken and lori over to you. heather thank you. and still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, pushing for peace in a face-to-face meeting at the white house. the new pledges by president obama and israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu. >> also ahead the dangerous conditions drivers are facing out west. we're seeing rain today. but they are already dealing
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us we're using sunrise at 6:37 as the mark of when lit start raining -- it will start raining in the five boroughs. 59 around belmar to 57 writestown and up to the north you're in the 40s. should be 42 and 32. so the numbers are mild. the winds are out of the
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bit you know that will hold the rain down from you know creeping northward very fast. so probably looking at 5:30, 6:00 in the city. probably looking at 7:00, 8:00 connecticut and on 9:00, 10:00 to the north here up around dutchess county. the rain is slowly creeping northward in several batches as you see. this one -- this one, one off to the west. that will swing around. rainfall so far you can see belmar is reporting .03 and a quarter of an inch of rain so far at toms river. our futurecast shows this batch of rain keeps creeping on up this morning. showers off and on through the morning. looks like the heaviest will be this evening and tonight and overnight. and then leftover shower in the morning but look by afternoon. on veterans day, 3:00 p.m., the sun is breaking out. and have a nice evening for veterans evening on wednesday. now we're looking at afterschool at rain and 60 degrees. probably have some cancellations for outdoor sports and school but the fields will be wet. steadier reinstate and east today. and you see that -- rain south
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and east today. and you can see that's off to the west with this low that tracks into canada. by afternoon tomorrow more of the high pressure ridge takes over and makes for some mild weather. cloudy and rainy and windy. 630 degrees i think you need the raincoat and off and on rain for tonight in the forecast don't you? 51 and you need the oar too. tomorrow we'll have this morning rain and cloudy and damp and some peeks of sun. we're at 61 degrees. your accuweather seven day forecast. we're looking at some nice weather getting into this weekend. weave got a couple of -- we have got a couple of showers for thursday and thursday night that clears out. and a weekend looks very nice. friday, saturday and sunday. >> uh-huh. >> i mean i know it's tuesday. but you got -- getting weekend plans yet? >> not really. more of the same. >> you know who does have plans in heather o'rourke. she has plans to look at mass transit. >> i do have plans to look at mass transit all weekend long and right now too. over to the subway status and i can tell you subway service is running on or close to schedule. you also have metro-north, long
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island railroad, and new jersey transit, they are all doing just fine. no major problems there. on the new york state throughway heading southbound, that's an accident that's being cleared. minor delays across the board at the hudson river crossings. and we have alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect for today. ken and lori over to you. heather thank you, still ahead on eyewitness news this morning an offer of goodwill this morning by volkswagen facing heat over the emissions cheating scandal. what the company is now offering a specific group of drivers.
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oh, yes, there are just five stars left on the dance floor. thank you for the gifts darling. >> thank you. and the competition on "dancing with the stars" has gotten very intense. with a top scoring dancer knocked off in the latest voting. >> alexa and mark. >> alexa left the dance floor on the same night as she earned two perfect scores. how's that happen? well, that shows just how tough it's going to be for the remaining five to make it into the semifinals of the competition. as for alexa, if you have to
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go, she says that you can't beat leaving on a high note. >> we're going to doubt. -- we were going to go out. this is how i want to go out. >> there have been times in the history of the show where what you said is true. it sucks you're going home tonight. what a way to leave. >> yes. >> what a way to leave. no seriously, bravo. >> the other dancer was crying that's her husband. now that mar braxton missed the smart of the live show and she was taken to the hospital earlier in the day. judges had to watch and score the dress rehearsal for her first routine. she made it back in time to dance the second routine and avoid elimination. they will be on "good morning america" at 7:00 and you can watch "dancing with the stars" every monday night right here on channel 7 at 8:00 p.m. >> pack audiotape whole minute and a half -- up a whole minute and a half.
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i'm going to show the video days later. it's 5:2525. you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. >> thank you. >> oh my gosh. >> weather and traffic. it's bill. >> you can't do anything without him selling you out you know. and awesome. >> i know. >> you can't enjoy it. >> i love the music you know and -- that was excellent. >> it was. >> yes it was. >> nobody delivers scripts like you. >> no way. delta rocks. >> here's what's going on this morning, we have few showers that you can see from the city southward here on the radar and we have some mild temperatures. normally we'd be at 42 and 32. so this will be a real cold rain but we don't have that. we have a mild rain. and we've got so much much- needed rain on the way as well. today rain on and off through the day as well and it will be windy da. you need the umbrella too. with the raincoat temperatures 60 degrees this afternoon. weather and traffic together every seven minutes. how's it going out there heather? we have a pretty good ride if you're taking the staten island expressway eastbound side getting into victory boulevard. not a bad ride for you at all.
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ridge on the -- verrazano bridge, getting into 6th avenue. no major problems to report. but we have that closure on the bqe north getting into the brooklyn bridge and our street cleaning rules are in effect. mass transit is doing just fine. ken and lori over to you. all right heather thank you. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, an abandoned armory goes up in flames. and it could affect some schools today in new jersey. i'm working to determine if three schools in the area will be forced to close their doors due to street closure.
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on the money this morning, asian stocks are mixed. >> japan's nikkei index gained a fraction. wall street the dow starts the day down 179 points at 17,730. nasdaq and s&p 500 also finished lower right now futures are mostly lower. volkswagen is trying to make good with car owners hit by the emissions scandal. but some are saying too little too late. >> abc has this morning's business headlines. >> reporter: good morning, topping america's money, package. >> the company offering owners
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are facing after they tried to rob a group of plains clothed detectives. >> the rain just started falling across the tristate. meteorologist bill evans will be back with your exclusive accuweather forecast. stay with us. there's something out there. it's a highly contagious disease. it can be especially serious- even fatal to infants. unfortunately, many people who spread it may not know they have it. it's called whooping cough. and the cdc recommends everyone, including those around babies,
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make sure their whooping cough vaccination is up to date. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about you and your family getting a whooping cough vaccination today. developing right now, in new jersey, a large fire at an abandoned armory could impact several schools in the area. frightening moments in brooklyn, an out of control car flipped on to a sidewalk and kills a pedestrian. we're hive with the new information on this investigation. and you want to grab your rain boots and your jacket and your umbrella before you head out the door. rain arrived in the tristate within the last half hour. >> good morning, i'm ken rosato. >> and i'm lori stokes. today is tuesday, november 10th. and you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. and meteorologist bill evans. >> well, this morning, we're looking at temperatures that
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are quite mild here's the view from the camera at asbury park where it has been raining. some line rain there as we look down the shore. we are looking at some mild temperatures however. normally the temperature is at 42. it's 55. warm rain as opposed to you know cool rain as opposed to some really cold rain we could be having. northeast wind that line of rain now getting to staten island and cutting through central somerset and hunterdon and ocean and middlesex counties. not only do we have the rain, but with the wind northeast at 10 to 20 miles an hour, that's going to blow around a bit. you need the coat and umbrella today. temperatures 60 degrees. we're going to talk about veterans day and your accuweather seven day forecast coming up in just a moment. veterans day tomorrow. weather then heather every seven minutes. we have the fire department activity going on it's in pa terribleson, new jersey. so market street is closed down between roe s parks boulevard and -- rosa parks boulevard and pennington street. knew if you are going onto the
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bqe northeast, the ramp to the brooklyn bridge closed down with ongoing construction. the brooklyn bridge is closed inbound until 6:00 a.m. and that of course is because of the overnight construction. if you are going up onto the new york state you thisway heading the -- throughway. heading on to the southbound side right near exit 16. that's an accident being cleared away. and alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. lori over to you. heather thank you. developing right now, new jersey more on the huge fire burning in paterson that heather just mentioned. it could impact several schools nearby. broke out late last last night in the basement, last -- last night. and no one is hurt. but it could cause trouble for students in the area. there are three schools within a quarter of a mile of the fire scene including paterson east side. so far though, none of the schools has been affected. one person is dead and three others hurt after a car
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lost control and flipped on to a sidewalk in brooklyn. the driver. eyewitness news reporter dray clark live at the scene in flatbush. dray? >> reporter: good morning you know it's really amazing that more people weren't hurt or even killed because there were so many people on the street when the accident happened. you can see behind me still damage and debris left behind from the crash here on flatbush avenue. that 50-year-old victim who was killed was simply walking down the street when he was run over. this surveillance video you'll see here thoughs the moment the -- shows the moment the driver of a nissan lost control of his car and went airborne hitting the 50-year-old man who was crosswalking down -- walking down the street flatbush avenue and talking on his cell phone. good samaritans tried to help the victim but the vehicle was to heavy and the -- too heavy can the victim showed the and the victim showed no lines of life. the accident happened before 5:30 last night a time when flatbush avenue is usually very crowded with people. and those folks who were on the
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heard the crash happen. >> boom, like an explosion. no this was really awful. >> things just happen that you cannot avoid. so i feel so sad. very saddened. and i hope that we won't have to see any of this situation ever again. >> reporter: and that 58-year- old driver and a 3-year-old who was also in the car with him when the crash happened were taken to the hospital with non- life-threatening injuries. and again, overnight we learned the 58-year-old driver will not be charged. we're live in flatbush, dray clark, channel 7 eyewitness news. dray thank you. at 5:33. police have caught the third suspect who ran from a police involved shooting in bedford stuyvesant and he's only 15 years old. police say the three stole a cell phone from a plains clothe detective who then drew his gun and shot one suspect who was pointing gun at him. we learned overnight the three suspects now face robbery, grand larceny and weapons charges and they range in age
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5:33. and the manhunt is on this morning for a killer after a triple shooting near penn station. we first brought you this story as breaking news during eyewitness news yesterday morning. surveillance vid dry shows the man -- video shows the man reacting to gunfire on 8th avenue and police say the victims got into an arrange with two men -- argument with two men inside a mcdonald's. then moments later the gunman opened fire. 43-year-old angel quinones was killed and police they he was a known -- say that he was a known heroin dealer. two other men were hurt. a babysitter in manhattan is behind bars this morning accused of sexually abusing a boy in his care. now police say there may be more victims. 33-year-old millton-and-a-half raze was known as millton gomez is accused of sexually abusing a boy he babysat for six years. police say he videotaped the assaults. narvaez also worked as the
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eastern diocese of the armenian church in midtown. investigators say narvaez was a -- was in regular contact with children at the church. 5:35. the 6-year-old shot to death when louisiana police confronted his father has now been laid to rest. funeral services were held for jeremy mardis yesterday. in mississippi. family and friends gathered to say good-bye. this happening shortly after those officers charged in his death were ordered held on $1 million bond each. norris greenhouse and derrick stafford both face murder and attempted murder charges. lawyers say a body camera shows they fired at mardis' father when his hands were up and he posed no threat. new details this morning in the deadly crash of a russian airliner in egypt. investigators are looking for a ramp worker at sharm el-sheikh airport who may have been an isis recruit. officials are going through tapes and moe records.
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u.s. forts tell -- authorities tell abc news they communicated with someone at the airport. and happening today, hundreds of workers are at a rally for hire pay. they're also joining planned protests nationwide. eyewitness news reporter kala rama is live now in downtown brooklyn with the story. kala? >> reporter: lori, good morning. and just about 30 minutes, you're going to see a lot of workers here outside this mcdonald's walking out of the job joined by several other fast food workers here demanding a higher pay. of $15 an hour. it will group representing the workers -- the group the workers -- representing the workers fight for 15 plan to stage protests at fast food restaurants if 270 cities -- in 270 cities nationwide. later morning we expect mayor bill de blasio to show his support for higher wages for all workers. in the past governor cuomo's administration ordered a $15 an hour minimum wage to be in place by 2018 for fast food
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workers in the city. and 2021 in the rest of the state. keep in mind, these protests and these demands for higher wages come one year exactly away from the presidential election. they're hoping to send a big message. we're live here in midtown, kala rama, channel 7 eyewitness news -- in brooklyn, kala rama, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> kala thank you. and you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. at 5:37. meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> here's a look right here from midtown south. this is our camera at four times square. and we've got a good visibility. here's the camera from the beach right here at asbury park looking south at times i can see a little rain here coming and the camera kind of bouncing arnold. and the wind, we've got a northeast wind here, the rain is slowly starting now and creeping pretty much the south. 55 cloudy and northeast at 8. there's the rain to the southeast of fire island around monmouth and ocean county slowly working northward. that's yesterday it would be
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about 6:30 which is sunrise hitting the city and that looks to be about right. just off and on rein through the day. temperature 56 at 8:00 and 9:00. noontime 58. 60 this afternoon. so temperatures are above normal. so you can kind of have a mild rain and not a real cold blasting rein but there's wind and you need not only the umbrella but you need the raincoat today. 60 degrees after school kids grab the rain gear. it will be a windy and rainy day today. just watch out. you got afterschool sports some of that will get canceled. it's weather then heather every ten minutes. i think that's a great idea. you can use any mass transit at this point. it's all doing just great. a traffic camera and show you things another the george washington bridge. upper level moving left to right barely moving and there's a reason for that. we'll head over to the maps. george washington bridge inbound upper level accident under the dc apartments, you will find that upper level starting to build getting into the tolls.
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lincoln and holland pie now delays there -- minor delays there. metro-north, long island railroad, and new jersey transit are all doing just fine. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. ken and lori over to you. all right heather thank you. and still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, new developments in the search for for the shooter who opened fire on a judge in front of her texas home. >> also ahead, a bombshell texting scandal on long island. two students arrested and dozens suspended.
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5:41. new information this morning in the shooting of a texas judge. reports say u.s. marshals have arrested a person of interest. questioned in the attack on julie kocurek. the arrest was made in houston on the unrelated charge. someone shot the judge as she got out of her car at her home in austin on friday. now she was not hit but she was
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and investigators believe she was targeted. a growing sexting scandal at long island high school could lead to the arrests of even more students. two 14-year-old boys are were charged. they fill -- were already charged. they passed the video around kings park high school. the parents say school officials also suspended dozens of other students for texting or just viewing the video. >> they have no answers to any of this. jus sus opinion whomever they want -- suspend whomever they want. >> your son can get in trouble because somebody forwarded a video to his phone that he has no control over receiving it. >> school officials would not confirm how many students were punished but would only say that any student involved could face suspension. it is 5:42. and bill evans has your accuweather forecast. including some rain. >> yep. absolutely. rain is on the way. will be in the city in about an hour.
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island and the -- flushing bay. and on out towards laguardia airport. it's a good morning out here so far. if you're headed out the door, grab your rain gear. park. streets are wet and the camera kind of moving around here a little bit got northeast wind here at about 10 miles per hour. that will build to about 20 today. umbrella. the wind in the park is east at 8 right now. 56 is our normal. no rain in the park so far. soggier a.m. drive to the south so far. steadiest rain is this afternoon and this evening. we'll have a shower tomorrow at daybreak on veterans day but some sunshine by afternoon. a little rain thursday. and aeneas looking weekend coming up were -- a nice looking weekend with temperatures coming up. hop pat congress 48. hopatcong at 48. all the numbers way warm for this hour of the day. look at belmar 61. so you don't have that cold driving rain. you do have in here today.
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and that will go 10, 20 miles an hour. so that's a reason why i say you need the raincoat because that rain will be blowing around today and get you all wet. down to the south, the line of rain here is just now getting to -- just barely starting to brush fire island. across staten island here around middlesex and somerset and around monmouth and ocean county and to the north we just have clouds. about a 9:00, 10:00 upstart the hudson river valley. but a lot of rain to come. several waves will come. this one and it will break and then this one for the afternoon. rainfall totals so far. quarter inch around toms river to -- toms river and .02 around belmar. the cold air is still slammed door shut right up here to the knot. this week even into the weekend we have mild temperatures. so rain really works through long island and central northern jersey by 10:00. showers through the day and heavier this afternoon and this evening you see. and overnight tonight. and then a leftover shower for veterans day but then we get sunny breaks by afternoon. so we're looking at clouds and
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rain today after school kiddos, you'll need your rain gear. 60 degrees and occasional rain through the day. so it's cloudy and rainy and windy. tonight we have some rain in the low is 51. off and on showers. a leftover shower tomorrow and then we have breaks of sun peeks of sun on veterans day. here's your accuweather seven day forecast. a shower or two thursday. and then a beautiful weekend is coming up. there you go. 56 on saturday and sunday. >> we like beautiful weekends. you know, me with my charity events. nice one too. last night i had the privilege of emceeing the collar are moss town asian -- clara moss foundation. it's the knolls place. that's a beautiful place. look at that. the event is known as the tasteful experienc. it benefits the hospitals child life program. you see that eight there? that's one of the new jersey housewives and her husband rich there. she has in fact a whole new line of desserts called indulge which we have on the set too. but more than 30 restaurants
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and wineries featured their best fishes and bottles and -- dishings and bottles and it was a beautiful event. they raised thousands and thousands of dollars for the clara moss foundation. those are my friends right there from na nina's in belove. a great place too and those are the folks from the restaurant in montclair. i loved that place. it's one of my favorites. but this is her indulge line. they have some cannolis and biscotti. which -- they sent for us to eat. you have to love it. it's a great thing. >> go ahead and indulge. >> i'll eat the whole thing. >> anyway. before we eat up -- heather we have something for you here too. you can have some. >> all right great thank you. let's -- >> pan toni. >> let's talk about what is not looking too good right now. and that is the george washington bridge. as you go inbound, moving left to right, it is basically a parking lot. check that out. nobody is moving across the upper level of the george
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if you're a car and you have e- zpass, go to the lower level instead. let's head over to the maps and tell you what's happening here inbound upper level, accident underneath the apartments. that's what's causing that bumper to bumper volume. so expect the upper level tolls to start building up. lincoln, holland you have minor delays there. and then route 3 as you go westbound right near main avenue, that's a disabled vehicle. we have our street cleaning rules are in effect for today. ken over to you. all righter thank you. $180million and counting that's the estimated size of the mega millions jackpot. the cash oles? a mere -- option? a mere $108 million. now there have been 16 straight drawings since five friends became the area's most recent megamillionaires in early september. you can watch the live drawing tonight right here on channel 7 just before eyewitness news at 11:00. good luck to you. 5:47. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, caught on camera. an out of control driver slams head-on into a police car. but wild chase ended even more
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bizarre than it started. >> also ahead could changes in your sense of humor be a symptom of an understood lying health can be -- underlying health condition?
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eis menos trece time is 5:50. welcome back, university of missouri president tim wolfe is gone. wolfe announced his resignation amid grow complaints he had become indifferent to the school's racial tensionings. after weeks of protests, football practice resumes today for some 30 black football players who had refused the play until -- to play until wolfe stepped down. the school's board offerer raptors -- curators announced a series of niche tiffs including a diversity task force and
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mandatory training for staff and students. after his resignation grad student jonathan butler ended his week long hunger strike but another activist quickly demanded meets with the university board and the council. the student group is demanding shared control of the university. new this morning, a new study shows changes in your sense of humor could be an indicator of on coming demensa. researchers in london say family members noticed changes in their loved one's sense of humor long before symptoms of dementia actually showed themselves. they include laughing inappropriately at triaging events -- tragic events. the patients also preferred slapstick to sartorial humor. and doctors recommended talk to your doctor if you're concerned about changes in behavior. sea world san diego will phase out whale shows by 2017.
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decision -- officials announced the decision. a new orca experience will be introduced in 2017. showcasing the whale's natural rewaives. sea world has -- behaviors. sea world has seen significant the documentary. still ahead on eyewitness news this morning, firefighters are battling a big blaze at an abandoned armory in new jersey. the fire could affect the start of school today. we'll keep you updated on the schools' decision. >> and it's already raining in parts of the area as we take a live look at times square. meteorologist bill evans will return with another look at
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you're never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic here on eyewitness news this morning. we're coming up on 5:55. i'm meteorologist bill evans, wet streets here in asbury park. it's rainy there and windy. 55 in the park right now.
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we're looking at this rain coming up from the south. you'll need the rain gear all day. starting now. even in the northern suburbs there will be working its way up through the morning commute. weather then heather every seven minutes. she's been writing summons to an unauthorized tractor-trailer rig on the fdr. what it's doing to the fdr drive. i can show you the sea of brake likes on the southbound side near 96th street. right over to the maps and i can tell you where this is. it is on the southbound side of the fdr drive right near 79th street. unauthorized tractor-trailer wandered onto the fdr drive. george washington bridge inbound upper level accident underneath the apartments. so as a result, you have 20 minutes getting into the upper level tolls. you're bumper to bumper across the upper level. go to the lower level if you're a car and you have e-zpass. mass transit is doing okay. the street cleaning rules are in effect for today. over to you ken. heather thank you. caught on camera a shocking and dangerous confrontation between
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police and an out of control driver. [ sound of gunfire ] >> stop, stop! [ sound of gunfire ] >> body cameras capturing an officer in sand springs, oklahoma treeing to stop an allege -- trying to stop an alleged car thief. the driver ramming full speed into him. moments later other officers surround the car barrater than surrender the driver stands up -- but rather than surrender the driver stands up and taunts them. happening today crews in seattle will sink their teeth into a very sticky job. the emerald city's famous gum wall gets its first deep cleaning in 20 years. it is estimated more than one million pieces of gum have been stuck to the wall through the years. the decision was made to clean it because the gum was eating away at the wall. crews plan to weigh all the contributions before tossing them out. >> wow. we are closing in on 6:00. just ahead on eyewitness news this morning, a mystery in
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person is found dead at a home. another person found unconscious. what authorities are telling us this morning. >> facing off for the fourth time. eight republicans taking the stage in milwaukee today. what the latest poll reveals about the top two presidential candidates. >> and a major step forward today to bring more service to the long island railroad. >> and rain is for the girl scout meeting... for the soccer team... for the girl scout meeting... how many meetings are you having?!
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