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on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. ok good morning. 6:00 a.m. suited up and ready to go. on the heels of terror attacks overseas, officials are conducting full-scale active shooting drills inside a subset -- subway station this morning. well city leaders work to reassure new yorkers they are safe, a city on edge after a isis threat at a popular event in the city. overseas, the focus of an anti- terror crackdown.
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from paris, to brussels. good morning everybody. manhattan. sun not quite out yet. i walked outside today. a lot more mild than yesterday. >> not bad at all. >> a good start to sunday. thanks for being with us. i'm rob nelson. >> i'm michelle charlesworth. point. but it is all christmas. >> it is coming. >> the lights in the studio. >> we will get into the holiday spirit. beginning to look a lot like christmas. amy freeze, thanks for warmer temperatures. more comfortable outside. >> about 10 degrees warmer right now as opposed to
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this is about as warm as it gets all day long. temperatures in the low 50s. wind expecting to come in. it will feel cool and brisk. the rain has moved out. that is the good news. a 24 hour temperature change. north and west, in some areas, 90 degrees cooler than yesterday. quite a difference on the thermometer. you factor in the land. and it feels like the temperature is cool. it will be that way all day. low 50s are the forecast high. it will feel even colder than the thermometer all-day as well. the last of the rain moving off. making its way toward the cape. for us today, it will be clouds giving way to sun breaks for the afternoon. clouds rolling back and perhaps tonight. post sunset, looking good. a mixture of sunshine and clouds. clouds will rule the skies today.
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expect it to be chili through the afternoon. another day one you will need a coat. even colder temperatures tomorrow. following the terror attacks overseas, the nypd, the fbi, homeland security and even the secret service are suiting up this morning for training drills on city subways. we're live with what is going on this morning. >> reporter: good morning. i will tell you that the nypd has held active shooter drills in the past. this is the very first one to be conducted underground at a subway station. this station is just in the middle of a lockdown. it is going to be conducted in a part of the subway station that is no longer in use. there are a lot of different arms of the nypd participating in this. specifically the strategic response command.
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announced earlier this week, with 500 officers. they patrol critical infrastructure and sensitive areas of the city. you also have the strategic response group and other groups. about 10 different agencies this morning are here. as well as dogs. on friday, the commissioner took the subway from city hall to grand central terminal, just to reassure new yorkers that the subway and the city is safe. this drill is being held this morning just to reassure new yorkers it is in preparation. but there is no active or credible threat to new york city. they will be playing out two different scenarios this morning. i will have that coming up in the next half-hour. channel 7, eyewitness news. tonight, the survivor series will go on as planned in atlanta as the fbi investigates reports of a isis threat against that event. word of the threats came from a hacker group, anonymous, which reported uncovered information
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about isis attacks planned for the u.s. one of the threats reported by anonymous centers on philips arena tonight. the fbi says it is taking the reports seriously. but it does not have any specific or credible information about a threat at this time. turning overseas, the focus of an anti- terror crackdown. then investigation has shifted from paris, to brussels. the belgium capital city is all about -- is on lockdown under intense security after the government issued a dire warning. that terrorists were poised to weekend paris. now the hunt for one of the terrorists has led investigators back to belgian soil. we have the story. >> on the streets of brussels, police and soldiers outnumbered pedestrians as the government raised its terror alert to the highest level. >> fears of a peristyle attack
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-- paris style attack happened with the belgian capital on edge and on guard. >> there are less people out. >> adding to the fears, authorities think that, held up, maybe the man that got away. salah abdeslam, believed to be the gunman shown in this surveillance video from a paris cafi obtained by daily mail.com. two of his friends now under arrest admit that they picked him up in paris after last week's terror attacks and drove him back to his native belgium. dangerous. also under arrest, three suspected islamic militants, taken into custody by authorities in turkey. turkish reports say investigators detained the two national and abetting isis. and fax, police believe the belgian may have researched areas in paris where the attacks
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trying to learn how the alleged mastermind of the killing spree, abdelhamed abaaoud, managed to enter france undetected. this, as mourners continue to gather at the makeshift memorials to the many victims. and making the awful memories worse, worries that seems like these may play out all over again. channel 7, eyewitness news. back at home, police on long island are searching for the gunman who shot a man through the front door of a house in dix hills. investigators say somebody rang the bell and fired when someone approached. the victim who was a house guest from virginia, was shot in the chest. he was rushed in the hospital and is in critical condition. police are trying to determine what the motive was for this attack. a woman accused of cutting an unborn baby out of her murdered friend's mom is being held in the psych ward and facing murder charges and all of this. police say 22-year-old ashleigh wade pretended to be pregnant
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everyone, including somehow, her boyfriend. according to investigators, ashleigh wade invited her pregnant friend to her bronx home when police say ashleigh wade stabbed a 22-year-old angelikque sutton to death. and then cut the baby from her body. the baby did survive. angelikque sutton did not. dozens of students at stony brook university are forced out of their dorm room after a fire that gutted at least one room. nobody was inside the room at o'neill dormitory when the flames broke out around 7:00 last night. one hundred students were safely evacuated from the building well firefighters rushed into get the fire under control. school officials say the fire does not appear suspicious and they are working to find temporary housing for the displaced students. coming up on eyewitness news sunday morning, are you ready for some latin fusion? always. i am. the answer is yes.
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do you want to take the first line? >> [ singing ] to look like winter. in illinois. some areas got up to 20 inches. much colder air is forecasted to spell across the midwest behind the storm. the storm caused hundreds of flight delays and cancellations. the last kind of news you want to hear as folks begin to get out of dodge for the holiday week. it is the midwest. it is late november. that is what happens. >> it will be 10 degrees there in the chicago area. >> the actual temperature? >> yes. >> note to self, do not move there. >> i once had a nice job offer
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in chicago -- it is a great city. but i thought about the winter. >> the winter is like ours. >> a little? chicago. >> i did live there. i have been through some harsh winters in new york. >> not today. >> not this year. >> this is cold enough. the temperatures are warm today. warmer. it will not feel warmer because of the wind picking up. temperatures right now -- warmer than yesterday at this time. they are the warmest that they will be all day. temperatures in the low 50s. we have some land out there. that will come and go from time to time. the breeze will create a feel like temperature that keeps us in the 40s all day. fifty-three and central park. the wind out of the south. pressure is falling.
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checking the 24 hour temperature change, you can see 10 to 20 degrees warmer then it was yesterday at the same time. the warm response are north and west where we started at subfreezing yesterday. this morning, temperatures are significantly warmer. looking at the numbers as we go through the day, this is about as warm as it gets on the thermometer. the wind will come and go. it will feel colder at times. expect that chill in the air. there is rain that could linger. this is not showing up as precipitation on the map right now. there may be some lingering threat the jersey shore a lot -- jersey shoreline. we're watching that. the cold spell moves in tonight. lingering through monday. that will be the coldest day of the week. quiet as it can be through thanksgiving with a nice warm up coming our way. the system is slowly moving offshore. it may linger against the shoreline for a brief time this morning. that will be the end of the
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it is doing that for long island. it could also linger a bit for jersey shore. we will watch that. everyone else is done with the rain. low 50s for highs today. the feels like today will be in the 40s all day. here is a look at the futurecast. it shows the showers on the shoreline. that is in the early afternoon. then everything is out of here. not everyone sees rain on the jersey shore. but can't rule out the possibility. monday looks sunny but cold. temperatures will be stuck below 45 degrees. tuesday, begins a warm-up. we have that for the holiday. even for travel heading into wednesday and thursday. feels like the 40s. the big number is 53. it will feel colder than not all day. near freezing in the city tonight. temperatures in the 20s in the suburbs. tomorrow, 44. that is the coldest day on tap. monday is quite chilly. but look at the nice warm up.
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for wednesday its -- for thanksgiving itself, 58 degrees. we will get the turkey on the map. low 60s for shopping on friday. so no coat november is back. >> i don't like these technical graphic areas with the turkey. >> my advice is to not get a frozen turkey the day before. that was my rookie mistake the first year with my husband. >> my choices, fried turkey. you will never go back. if you have had fried turkey, you will never go back to the roasted turkey. that is all i'm saying.
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welcome back everybody. political news. bernie sanders, hillary clinton and martin o'malley in north charleston campaigning at the jamboree. >> all three candidates shared similar viewpoints on eliminating the costs for higher education, increasing minimum wages and giving equal rights each candidate also had individual points they wanted drive home. >> senator bernie sanders was the first presidential
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candidate to address the crowd in north charleston speaking about the need for criminal justice reform. >> i promise to you is that there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism and create a fair criminal justice system. >> next up to the podium, martin o'malley. he showed passion when discussing the issue of immigration. >> let us say loudly and proudly to the immigrant bashing carnival barker donald trump that the enduring symbol of our fence. nation is the statue of liberty. >> and former secretary of state hillary clinton took to crowd erupted. she discussed her agenda to fight back against isis. >> we have to defeat them. we have to take them on the ground. we have to take them on in the air and online. >> following the rally, all three presidential hopefuls
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mingled with the crowd. some in attendance showed specific support. others came to listen and hear what each candidate has to offer. >> i think all of them had some great points talking about equal rights for folks. and talking about the wage inequalities for individuals. talking about healthcare for all. each one of them has specific things that reached out to me. >> presidential candidate donald trump says his comments supporting a database for american muslims were taken out of context. and he was really actually voicing his support for the wall between the u.s. and mexico months. he says he does want a database of the people coming into the u.s. from syria. >> i want surveillance of these people. i want surveillance if we have to -- and i don't care. i want surveillance of certain mosques.
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>> the republican presidential hopeful has also voiced his support for closing certain mosques, as a way of combating terrorism. a year's worth of training is paying off her former congresswoman gabrielle gifford, less than five years after being shot in the head. a 40-mile bike ride. she was left paralyzed on the right side of her body after the 2011 shooting. but decided last year, she was ready to hit the road. she spent the year training on a special bike alongside her husband, tackling all 40 miles. >> she is in good shape to do this. she has been training a lot. she is ready to go. >> the bike ride was dedicated to get real gifford and her husband. she says one of the biggest milestones in her recovery was when she was able to get back on her bike. >> that is great. >> that is one of the most extraordinary recoveries we
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welcome back everybody. it is 6:25 a.m. >> time for sports. here is laura behnke. good morning. the rockets were in the western console -- finals last year and have done nothing but struggled to start this year. the new york knicks have their worst season in franchise history last season. this year, they are surprised. the two clashed are looking for
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the fourth straight win. first in houston in 11 years. and impressive night. 2nd quarter, three to go. a hand in his face. robin lopez gets the lead back for new york. the layout. they led by five at the break. rockets would keep things close. james harden finishing with number -- 24 points. anthony, a bit quiet with 14 points. three big ones right here. this gives the new york mets the lately. twenty-four points, 14 seven blocks. 107-102. the first win in houston since 2004. >> the rangers nine-game winning streak came to a end thursday night in tampa. last night, a chance to start another as a blue shirts visited this one got wild. all tied up during the third. the right paths here. for the finish. they would lead 4-2. it looked like an easy win until
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then 39 seconds later, ageless wonder tying the game with under two minutes to play. we go into overtime. rick nash with already two goals in the game. and hear is the 5-4. the rangers get the victory in ot. the giants will be watching the slate of nfl games like the rest of us from the comfort of their own homes. the jets are in houston. later this afternoon, they will meet the texans. ryan fitzpatrick is expected to play. the team has lost three of the last four. they need a solid win in order -- in order to help the playoffs standings. the jets are not putting too much pressure this is just another game. >> it is critical. because it is the next game. a lot of football to play. it is not a crossroads. you are trying to win the ballgame. that is not a do or die type of thing.
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>> the bank has -- the big ten slate. yesterday, a break from all of that with a chance to snap four games. as the scarlet knights visited army. this was the paul james show. he goes 7 yards untouched into the end zone to make it 7-0. and then added to that later in the 1st quarter. this time had to work a bit harder. and it is 14-0, scarlet knights. james getting the call again. 31-21. and rutgers gets a win. >> that is your morning look at sports. i'm laura behnke. back again with you later tonight at 5:00. much more ahead on eyewitness news this sunday morning. including a live look at today's top stories. making it as realistic as possible. the nypd, fbi, homeland security and secret service training for an active shooter. i will have the details coming up in a live report. . again, just training. make sure we're clear on that. also ahead, from heart ache to fund times, how a
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bride-to-be got over being dumped just a week before her
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there is a little bit of sunshine. welcome back everybody to eyewitness news. morning. a more mild morning than yesterday. not too bad as we inch closer to thanksgiving. sunday, november 22. thanks for being with us. >> the lights are up. we're going. i'm michelle charlesworth. good to have you with us on this sunday morning. it is not going to stay mild. it feels really nice outside. >> today is nicer. 53 degrees. >> amy freeze will figure it
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>> a little dose of cold. the wind is coming in this afternoon. rob - >> i have something to warm you up. we got a really cool tweet. scott says, i should be asleep right now but you guys are so addicting. that is high praise for the weekend morning crew. >> thank you, scott. >> i have to tease him. he is teasing us. >> on a scale of one up to 10, we will go within eight. temperatures in the low 50s. the rest of the afternoon, we have went around. i will go with the eight. i will stick with that. we are not too far off the mark. we have to play this one right. a couple layers. 53 degrees is the warmest it
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will get all day. we're about 10 to 15 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. andover was below freezing yesterday warning -- morning. so now it is 20 degrees warmer. there will be a wind to match the switch will make it feel like the 40s for much of the day. the rain that we had overnight, just enough to get the sidewalks what. moving to the east. we won't remove the risk of rain for the eastern long island for can also parts of the jersey shore. for the most part, the rain has moved out for the day. high today, 53. clouds with some sunshine mixed in. coming up, we're talking cold temperatures. the coldest of the week. and a nice warm up toward turkey day. following the terror attacks overseas, the nypd, fbi and homeland security and secret service are suiting up this morning for a training drill inside of the subways. we're live with what is going on there. >> reporter: good morning.
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there were -- there are two different scenarios that will be acted out this morning. they will be conducted at the subway station. a portion of the station which is no longer in use. i want to show you all of the hundreds of officers. they have been here since 4:00 this morning getting ready for this drill. the very first girl will involve an active shooter on the platform. there will be people on the platform. possibly an nypd officer in transit police will be the first to respond. the second scenario is very similar also with an active shooter. multiple injuries on the platform. possibly an nypd officer. the scenario will be different. there will be a subway train actually open on the platform with people coming out. you will have that people running and screaming and scared. there may also be a possible hostage situation in this scenario. and you will have the newly formed critical response command.
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designated to patrol those critical infrastructure areas of the station. again, this is just a drill. this is in preparation for any threat. i will tell you that it is not clear how long these will take. because it just depends on how threat. that they are making this as realistic as possible. course. for safety reasons, they had to check the weapons going inside. we will bring you more on this coming up on eyewitness news in the reporting live, channel 7, eyewitness news. an apparent murder suicide morning. in orange county, state police said they found 55-year-old -- this 55-year-old dead inside of her car yesterday. the body of patrick sorrentino was found nearby.
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police say he shot her several times because he was angry over a breakup back in august. patrick sorrentino was a former deputy chief with the newburgh police department. he retired back in 2007. divers searching a reservoir in westchester county for a plane the crash, may have found a large piece of a single-engine plane that went down in the reservoir in north salem thursday. search crews also believe they found the remains of the two victims who were on their way home when the plane lost radar contact. a really big scare at a movie theater in new jersey. the multiplex theaters in edgewater real panic. the movie theater was packed when authorities say somebody jumped over a chair and made a sounded like a gunshot. mayor michael mcpartland told us
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reaction among framed moviegoers. >> everybody is on edge. we are so close to manhattan here. this would be a soft target. but the response was good. i talked to the manager inside. the police were here in moments. >> nerves understandably rattled these days. bombs smith -- bomb sniffing dogs check out the theater. authorities did give it the all clear. nobody was hurt. the theater did remain closed for the night. today marks one year since 12-year-old rice was shot and killed by police officer in ohio. protesters rallied at the courthouse in cincinnati in the rain yesterday demanding charges against the officer who opened fire on the 12-year-old. the shooting happened just seconds after the officer responded to the call of a person with a gun. rice was holding a he was killed. last month, two independent
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was justified in that shooting. activists are rallying for a special prosecutor to be appointed in cleveland to oversee the case. protesters blocked bill cosby's star on the hollywood state lawmakers to change the california statute of limitations on rape and sexual assault. the comedian has been accused of sexual assault by more than 50 women. many of them joined in on the protest yesterday. the 78-year-old has not been charged in any of the cases because of the statute limitations. love this story. a soprano's fans paid big bucks to drive like a boss. the cadillac escalade driven by the one and only mob boss, tony soprano, sold at an auction for more than $119,000. the car itself was estimated to be worth about $8000. a little bit of a marquette.
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places by the one and only, james gandolfini -- before he died in 2013. this breaks the previous record of a chevy's -- chevy suburban used on the show that sold for $110,000. >> love a florida woman has a great attitude. this is a great story. she says it took everything in her to get over a devastating breakup. and it was a little messy. with the help of her friends, she got over it. she was just one week away from her dream wedding when she got a text from her fianci calling the whole thing off. fortunately, she had the kind of bridesmaids you want in your -- on your side. they suggested she take part in a color run were colored cornstarch is thrown in the air, while wearing her wedding dress. >> i did it for me.
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-- it's okay. everything happens for a reason. push through it. >> wow. at the end of the run, she said thanks to her former fianci. she said, even though the timing was awful, he saved her from heart ache in the future. a colorful story. >> a good way to look at it. as embarrassing as it is, isn't it better to break up before the wedding as opposed to later? >> but a text, really? >> that is cowardly. >> she is better off. >> she has good friends. that makes life worthwhile. some good buddies when you are down. coming up on eyewitness news sunday morning, a fire breaks out at chicago's hancock tower. we're learning about injuries and said one of the residential units. also ahead, a photo that has been shared on blogs across the world. a young mother going into labor
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proves nothing can stand in the way of her education. >> i love that story.
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snoop dogg is getting back to families in need this thanksgiving. the city of englewood, california to make sure families had a turkey on the table for the big thanksgiving dinner. >> englewood has been good to me from day one. that is why i love englewood. i want you to know that i will sorry i'm late. but we will be making it up for turkeys. >> yes, indeed. snoop dogg's production crew is headquartered in englewood.
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community. this year, he helped hand out event. a good time. old-school? >> the movie, yes. >> i have about about that in a while. so many good moments. >> it is good to see snoop dogg in the mood -- in the news for something good and positive. there. >> yes. good morning to both of let's move on. we are about 10 to 20 degrees warmer this morning as opposed to yesterday at this time. which is the upside. warm as it is going to get today. temperatures in the low 50s. this is the day that will be
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bring the feels like temperature into the 40s all afternoon. looking outside, more clouds than sunshine to start off this day. we check the numbers in central park. 53 degrees. 80% humidity. and wind coming at 9 miles per hour. so the wind dominates throughout the afternoon. takes us to the average. and the wind that makes us feel a little colder through the afternoon. before another front comes in tonight ushering in the coldest air that we will see all week. wind gusting right now around 20 miles per hour. you will continue to see the wind coming out of the south and southwest all day long. when this is matched with the cold temperatures, it will feel -- not like the thermometer readings, but instead, more like low to mid-40s. highs today, once again, about where we are right now. the rain that moved in overnight quickly escapes the area off to the east. we're looking for a decent afternoon.
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linger at the fork. also parts of the jersey shore. not everybody sees rain. most of us are completely done with it. this quick cold spell that comes in tonight into tomorrow brings us the coldest air of the week. when we get past monday afternoon, it is really quiet. taking us right through -- not only turkey day but friday. well. looking good. there is the front offshore. there has been a little bit of just offshore. ruling out the rain completely, probably by about 10:00 or this morning. there is a chance it could linger in a few spots early on. eastern seaboard. why chilly tomorrow. coldest day of the week. even though we will have a lot of sunshine monday and tuesday, climbing. travel fantastic. week is over. so a mild no coat november is
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temporarily put on the side. but back in a big way toward the holiday. feeling like the 40s during the day. near freezing tonight. near 34 for the overnight low. tomorrow, back into the mid- 40s. that is below average for this time of year. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. up to 49 on tuesday. climbing into the 50s on wednesday. thanksgiving, we are at 58 degrees. so 61 is the high on saturday. >> good things. >> enjoy. before we go to break, let's talk about the community calendar. >> on long island, the daughters of mary sponsor the 27th annual christmas craft fair.
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featuring confections, homemade by the sisters. >> also on long island, a model train exhibit with tons of cars in operation and a lot on this play. >> you love books? stop by the riverside 29th annual book fair in manhattan. >> the third annual american fine craft museum at the brooklyn museum presents an extraordinary selection of handmade works in ceramics, jewelry and more, by 90 of the nation's finest craft artist. >> what are your favorite traditions for thanksgiving? get some inspiring ideas that family focus, giving thanks with handmade, at the fairfield museum and history center. >> for more information about these events and to submit an event that may be starting thursday, apparel will cool down to 40% off.
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welcome back everybody. new video shows smoke and flames pouring out of one of chicago's tallest skyscrapers. this started at an apartment on the 50th floor of the john hancock center. it took firefighters half an hour to put out the flames. one person was hurt. first responders told people to stay inside their units unless they had problems with smoke. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. a new mother in georgia is setting an example for her daughter proving nothing should get in the way of school. 21-year-old collins did not let a little thing like going into labor prevent her from taking an important exam. she was determined to finish the online psychology test before her daughter's arrival even though the newborn came five days early. >> my due date was november 17. i wasn't expecting. i knew she was going to come early. but she came on the worst day of all.
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i said, really, i have a test today. i said, i can't miss this test. >> her sister snapped this picture and put this on facebook. it has been shared on blogs around the world. this single mom is studying criminal justice and middle georgia state university. she says, thanks to her newborn daughter tyler, sleeping right through the night, she plans to finish her degree next december. >> i think that young girl is in good hands with that kind of mother. the la lakers are putting their passing skills to the test handing out turkeys to those in need. the nba players teamed up with good. the event was a slamdunk for families who needed a turkey on day. things. the lakers are doing good things. this time of year, tends to bring out a lot of good things. >> good to see. when we come back, a look at the nutcracker.
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but with a cool twist. first, it is big dog sunday. >> i would always say to give a dog a bone. apparently charlie celebrates with ice cream. so thanks for that picture. we have this cutie pie, brandy, hanging out this morning. sometimes the name just fits the dog. this is meatballs. send them by greg via twitter this morning. and then my lo is ahead of the game. skipping over the turkey and going straight for the holidays. you have the red and green
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the nutcracker is a holiday classic. but a remake of the show in washington heights is getting a lot of attention. >> very cool. we have a look at the very hip nutcracker. >> it may sound familiar. but this version of the nutcracker gets a totally modern twist, both in how it sounds and how the dance is performed. this is not a ballet. but a hip-hop version of the classic. the idea for the hip-hop nutcracker was conceived here at the united palace of cultural arts in washington heights. and is inspired by the neighborhood. >> jennifer weber is the choreographer and one of the directors. >> all of the iconic elements of the nutcracker -- you will see in the production. but we give it an urban son. we said this story in washington heights. it takes place today. there is a love story. the magic of the holidays brings
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everyone together. >> there are 11 dancers. particularly exciting for the adult in the audience, the king of rap, curtis low, appears opening-night. he thinks this show will inspire future performers. >> you can take this hip-hop thing -- your music and talent, and take it and go places with that. evolve and grow. >> as for those in the production -- >> of course the magic of the music is a big change. a whole new format you have to pay attention and listen to. >> i like the challenge. >> we listen to the music. we try to interpret the sounds we're just as good at interpreting the sounds. >> channel 7, eyewitness news. >> i like a little re/max.
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>> so the hip-hop nutcracker comes to newark december 19. the mayor off to russia where the nutcracker was born. >> take it around the world. coming up this next hour, local and federal agents are conducting a mission underground to ensure the safety of everyone here in new york city. a live report with details on a girl going -- a drill going on this morning. president obama on efforts
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federal and local agents are taking their latest mission underground. what they are doing inside of a subway station this morning to ensure safety. a man opens the front door of a home and is shot in the chest. details on his condition. president obama is reconfirming alliances -- and reaffirming supporters in the fight against isis. what he says is the most powerful tool in the effort to bring down the islamic state. good morning everybody. park. a mild sunday. sunday, november 22. i'm rob nelson. >> i'm michelle charlesworth. eyewitness news.
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>> we keep it moving here. amy freeze, keep the mild temperatures coming. but i know i'm asking for way too much. >> you are. >> back to you. >> right now, the warmest it will be all day. low temperatures and the city. cooler temperatures north and west. right now, these temperatures are the most mild that we will have all day. we go down the history books. a high of 53 degrees. the wind is coming in. and matched with the temperatures falling during the day -- about an 18 up to 20 times. it will feel like temperatures in the 40s across the board all day long. what you need to know this morning is -- the rain showers came through last night. sidewalks wet. not lasting through the morning hours. we begin with clouds that should break for sunshine. cool. below average through the afternoon.
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you will feel the chill at times. southwest wind quickly changing. we will see temperatures in the upper 40s on the thermometer. and match that with the wind and it will feel chilly at times. after sunset, we dropped into the 40s. tonight, near freezing in the city. details on that and a holiday forecast coming up. topping news, local and federal law enforcement agencies are spending their morning fine-tuning security measures along new york city's subway system. we're live in lower manhattan with details on this this morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. the nypd has held these active shooter girls in the past. this is the very first one that has been held underground at a subway station. i want to show you some of the people to -- participating in this. you can see the nypd officers and the counterterrorism response group holding these artificial blue guns. you can see were some of the people who were injured in the
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you can see if we go a little to people injured. sitting at the back of the fake blood. you can see they are being as drill. morning. teams were suiting up. about 10 different arms of the nypd are participating. you have the crc, the critical response command -- that is the newly formed unit that participates. that was designed to deal with patrolling the sensitive areas of the city. you also have the srg, the strategic response group him in transit police. the fbi, secret service, homeland security -- all of these agencies here to make sure that the nypd is ready for any potential threat. i want to show you some video from friday when commissioner bill bratton was taking the subway from city hall, to grand
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that was to ensure new yorkers that the fit -- that the city is safe. there are two drills taking place this morning. not clear if they have wrapped up the first drill and moved we will have more on those drills and the next half-hour. we have noticed some of these well as news cameras being down there. when this whole thing is over, we can show you that later today on eyewitness news for today. police on long island are searching for the gunman who shot a man through the front door of a house in dix hills. investigators say someone rang the bell and then fired when someone approached. the victim, a house guest from virginia, was shot in the chest. he was rushed to the hospital and is in critical condition. police are trying to determine what the motive was for this attack. the woman accused of cutting the unborn baby out of her friend's body is being held
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in a psych ward and facing murder charges. police say 22-year-old ashleigh wade pretended to be pregnant for several months fooling everyone including her boyfriend. according to investigators, ashleigh wade invited her pregnant friend to her home in the bronx. that is when police say ashleigh wade stabbed 22-year-old angelikque sutton to death. and then cut the baby from her body. the baby survived. angelikque sutton did not. dozens of students at stony brook university are forced out of their dormitory rooms after a fire that gutted at least one room. nobody was inside the room at oatmeal dormitory when the flames broke out around 7:00 last night. one hundred students were safely evacuated from the building. school officials say it does not appear the fire was suspicious. they are now working to find temporary housing for the students who were displaced. the capital of belgium is on lockdown this morning as the search continues for the man
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in the paris attacks. brussels is under a level four alert right now indicating a serious and immediate threat. subways have been closed. officials are recommending all public activities be canceled doors closed. security forces are hunting for 26-year-old michelle charlesworth six -- 26-year-old salah. a message of reassurance thing the u.s. will destroy isis. >> we will cut off financing. we will hunt down leadership. we will dismantle their networks. and the supply lines. and we will ultimately destroy them. >> the president says the most powerful tool in the fight the recent attacks to inject fear the communities. back to local news. a long island man is under arrest after police say he
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tried to run out a vacant home that was not his. police arrested 25-year-old john wallace on friday. they say he posted a vacant house on craigslist. he is accused of taking $2500 from someone who responded to the ad and then took a tour of the home back in october. he now faces burglary and grand larceny charges. volunteers are making sure that families across the new york city area are enjoying a healthy feast. the group, 100 black men, has teamed up with walmart to distribute food packages to families in need. they are giving out turkeys, stuffing and other items to people at churches in all five boroughs. organizers expect to help 12,000 families before the thanksgiving holiday coming up this week. coming up on eyewitness news, the fbi is looking into a possible terror threat targeting a wrestling event in our country. we will tell you where and give you details on that.
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such a shame it's labeled a "getaway." life should always feel like this. hampton. we go together. always get the lowest price, only when you book direct at hampton.com early snowfall in the midwest means it is already time to breakout the slugs -- sleds. kids flying down hills. >> with the fun part of the snow comes the headaches of cleaning it up. >> messy roads. homeowners got out shovels to
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clear sidewalks. and driveways as well. >> that was milwaukee. and chicago got 11 inches of snow. that is the second snowiest day ever for them in the month of november. >> wow. it is unusual to see over 10 inches in chicago. they give small doses of snow all winter. a similar to new york city, getting 10 inches in the city is a lot. >> that is a lot. >> generally, the outlook right now, and above average temperature for the winter for us. and an active weather season. however, did -- that does not mean the precipitation will be overwhelming. and with the warmer trend with temperatures, perhaps the snow will not be as deep. >> i will take that. >> it is an el nio year.
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winters in el nio seasons. >> good morning everybody. starting with low 50s across the area. that is the warmest temperature that we will see all day around here. the high temperatures are expected to go down in the books around 53 degrees. the rest of the afternoon, not only will temperatures hover in the upper 40s -- around 50 -- but we have a wind that will make it feel even colder. prepare for it feels like temperature today in the 40s. the wind changing from the south to the northwest this morning. that will bring a chilly air mass in. some of the wind gusting around 15 up to 20 miles per hour. the normal high is 52. when you look back at the books, we will say, average temperature. but the transition during the day of the air mass makes the colder much of the afternoon. and while a lot of us will be out and about enjoying sunday, it will feel cold. you want to make sure you are ready for enter like weather. cold temperatures tonight with another front. that will allow temperatures to be stuck in the low to mid-40s tomorrow.
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wind gusting around 18 up to 20 miles per hour in the last 30 minutes. notice the change with a southwesterly wind. it will swing around to the northwest. and bring temperatures down quickly. and the wind will continue. a couple of doses of cooler air. the first coming during the day today. the high temperature, like i said, will be met very early in the day. through the afternoon, we will see the air switching out of the north to the west. monday, the coldest day of the stretch. about 44 degrees for the high tomorrow. showers have exited to the east. little doses of rain last night. it is out of here. clouds will start the day. a quick cold spell coming in through the afternoon. that is tonight and into monday morning. near freezing temperatures. monday, all day, it is cold. by tuesday, we see a warm-up as a go towards things giving. then temperatures back to the no coat november mode. this storm all the way from. >> down the eastern seaboard --
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milwaukee and other parts of the northwest. -- in the upper midwest here. >> the satellite and radar shows the rain has push is -- has pushed off to the east. some instability offshore. a sprinkle showing up on the jersey shore. for most of us, the rain is out of here. breezy breaks of this afternoon. maybe a dose of sunshine. high-pressure tomorrow. the skies will look great. it will be 44 degrees. why chilly around here. one of the coldest days we have seen all month. on the futurecast, through the afternoon, clouds shot of off to the east. skies. and cold temperatures near freezing in the city. teens and 20s north and west. monday afternoon, cold. by tuesday, we see a warm-up. the trend will be towards temperatures. we have to get there tomorrow. feels like the 40s in the afternoon today. looking at the forecast tonight, the near freezing mark is going to be with us tomorrow morning. if you have not gotten out the hat and scarves and gloves,
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tomorrow is the morning that you will need that. sunshine and clouds on tuesday. 49 degrees. we start to climb up. wednesday. looking at -- the entire country -- another storm system coming off the pacific and moving inland. so through the central plains, be dealing with the storm system. on wednesday. here in the east. if you have to go west of the mississippi, heads up, 40 lays. thursday, no cold turkey. it is 58, for the high. sixty-one on friday. and temperatures in the 50s on saturday. so the no coat november theme that we have really allowed to dominate the forecast - >> almost 60 on thanksgiving. that is great for the parade and the football afterwards. all that good stuff. >> and the family can get out
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>> we eat and then we nap. and then it's friday. and that is my agenda. >> awesome. very funny. straight ahead on eyewitness news this sunday morning, the fbi is showing up at a wrestling event tonight. details on the threat they are looking into. and how they found out about it.
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a 10-year-old boy was the first confirmed case of ebola their last week after the world health organization said liberia was ebola free, back in september. now there are three more patients being treated for the sickness. more than 4800 people died in liberia during the ebola outbreak in west africa. china is pledging an additional $14.5 million in the search for most thing you should missing malaysian airlines flight. the boeing 777 which was headed to beijing disappeared more than a year and a half ago was 239 people on board. fresh investigators say -- french investigators say a piece of debris that washed up on the indian island, is part of a boeing 777. tonight the wwe survivor series will go on as planned in atlanta as the fbi investigates reports of a isis threat against the event. word of the threats came from a hacker group called anonymous, which reported it uncovered information about isis attacks
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planned for the u.s. hackers found out about this. one of the threats reported by anonymous centers on philips arena tonight. fans say they are still planning to attend the show. >> we should be worried. but not much. they are just trying to keep us on our toes. keep us in fear. >> i think it would be a big message to the whole world of everyone still showed up to the event no matter what. >> the fbi says it is taking the reports seriously but does not itself have any specific or credible information about a threat at this time. dozens of motorcycle rider is made their way to the streets of paris yesterday to honor the victims of the attacks. many of the bikers say they lost friends in the shooting at the concert hall. so they had on black armbands in their memory.
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a quick reminder for everybody. the american music awards is on tonight at 8:00. get your popcorn. right here live on channel 7. posted by jennifer lopez with performances by quincy funny, justin bieber and coldplay. paying special tribute to the victims of the paris attacks. that is tonight at 8:00. don't miss that. time for the morning sports headlines. here is laura behnke. >> good morning everyone. the rockets were in the western conference finals last year. and have done nothing but struggle to start this year. and the knicks had the worst season in franchise history last year. this year, they have surprised us. last night the two class.
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knicks looking for the fourth straight win. first in houston and 11 years. and oppressive night. 2nd quarter. three to go, with a hand in his face. and robin lopez in the second, get they lead back for new york. a layup. they lead by five at the break. the rockets would keep things close. james harden finished with 24 points, 10 assists. this makes this a one-point game. anthony, a bit quiet with 14 points. three big ones right here. this gives the knicks the lately. twenty-four points, 14 rebounds and seven blocks. when it -- 107-102. the knicks get their first win in houston since 2004. the rangers nine-game winning streak came to thursday night in tampa. last night, a chance to start visited the panthers in south florida. this one got wild. all tied up entering the third. they would leave -- lead 4-2. it looked like an easy win until the final two and half minutes. alexander on the power-play.
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and then 39 seconds later, an ageless wonder with two minutes to get a -- play, tying the game. and this hat trick makes it a win. the rangers get the victory in ot. >> the giants will be watching the slate of nfl games like the rest of us today. from the comfort of our own homes. >> the jets are in houston where later this afternoon, they will meet the texans. ryan fitzpatrick is expected to play. the team has lost three of the last four. and they need a solid win in order to help the playoffs standings. the jets are not putting too much pressure on themselves. this is just another game. >> it is critical because it is the next game. the three that we lost were pivotal as well. there is a lot of football to play. it is not a crossroads. you are trying to win the ballgame. it is not a do or die type of thing. >> the big ten slate has not been kind to the rutgers
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football team who has one conference win. yesterday, a break from all of that with a chance to snap a four game skid as the scarlet knights visited army. this was the paul james the show. he goes 7 yards untouched into the end zone. making it 7-0. added to that later in the 1st quarter. this time had to work a bit harder. 14-0, scarlet knights. and the third, on fourth and goal, james getting the call again. 31-21, wreckers gets a win. that is your morning look at sports. i'm laura behnke. back with you later tonight at 5:00. thank you. a little deeper into college basketball season. make sure you are watching the blue devils. i'm watching the tar heels. >> we will stop talking to one another. >> it is always a rough point in our marriage, basketball season. much more ahead on eyewitness news sunday morning including a look at today's top stories. i'm live near the bowery subway station.
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men walking around with machine guns. people are bloodied and being carried out on stretchers. it is all fake. part of a training drill. that story in a live report coming up. >> people will be calling us. it is a drill. >> flames shot out of the windows of one of the tallest buildings in chicago. more video from that scene. >> plus search teams have made another find in their search for parts of a missing plane in westchester county. we will have details on what they found so far. and a live look outside.
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>> as opposed to a sunny day? >> every once in a while, you just have to -- it's a sunday thing. it is the couch thing. it's like, p90 couch. >> a good exercise. >> good morning everybody. welcome to eyewitness news sunday morning. i'm rob nelson. thanks for being with us. >> i'm michelle charlesworth. 52 degrees outside. it was nice coming in. >> i did not even need a jacket today. it won't last as amy freeze is about to tell us. it is all good because thanksgiving is looking great. >> there is absolutely no science between blood pressure correlation and clouds. >> thank you. >> i didn't say it was science. just my own musings. >> it is the joni mitchell song playing in my head. >> 52 outside. temperatures in the low 50s. that is where we begin.
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it is the warmest temperatures that we will see all day. we don't see any increase in temperatures. and said, an increase in wind. and a switch happening across the area. southwesterly, to westerly wind. temperatures are 10 to 15 degrees warmer then they were at this time yesterday. however, the wind, when they switch out of the northwest, will pick up speed a little bit. it feels like the temperature today will keep us in the 40s. eighteen to 20 miles per hour for peak wind gusts in the last 30 minutes. as the wind comes out of the north, it could go up to 20 miles per hour. these temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s, feeling really mild right now. actually settling into the low 40s. the feels like temperature stuck in a position all day long. and then colder air coming in tomorrow. rain we saw last night, barely enough to wed the sidewalks. pushing off to the east. clouds could give way to sun breaks today.
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but the possibility of this sunshine peeking through. upper 40s through the afternoon. and into the early evening. the feels like temperature will make you feel chilly at times. afternoon. early tomorrow morning. and then we're stuck in the low 40s during the day tomorrow. details on that. and what to expect for the accuweather seven-day forecast. topping our news at this half-hour, local and federal law enforcement agencies are spending their morning fine-tuning security measures along new york city's subway system. we're live in lower manhattan with details on this ongoing drill. >> reporter: good morning. there are two separate drills taking place this morning. they are being conducted in a part of the bowery subway station which is no longer in use. i want to go to some of the video of the first drill as it was wrapping up. you can see that there are people injured on stretchers. that particular andover had an
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active shooter on the subway platform. several people had been shot. and transit police were the first to respond. the second scenario, which is still ongoing, is similar. the difference will be a train stop at the subway platform. you have that element of hysteria. people running around and screaming and crying. as well as a possible hostage situation. these drills were planned prior to the paris attacks. clearly very timely after what happened there. a lot of agencies on scene including the fbi, secret service, army, homeland security. and commissioner bill bratton just showed up on the scene. he will be giving us a wrapup of what happened at both of these drills coming up soon. in fact he will be able to see him right now -- coming-out live to the agencies. hundreds of officers here preparing and conducting these drills. we will have more coming up in the next half-hour. reporting live, channel 7, eyewitness news.
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thank you very much. an apparent murder suicide is under investigation this morning in orange county. state police say they found a 55-year-old dead inside of her car yesterday. the body of 55-year-old patrick sorrentino was found nearby. police say sorrentino shot her several times because he was angry over the breakup back in august. sorrentino was a former deputy chief with the newburgh police department. he retired back in 2007. divers searching a reservoir in westchester county for a plane the crash might have found a large piece of the debris. the single-engine plane went down in the reservoir in north salem wednesday. search crews also believe they found the remains of the two victims. they were on their way home when the plane lost radar contact. a big scare at a movie theater in new jersey.
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security officials evacuated the multiplex leaders in edgewater after a loud noise sparked a panic. the movie theater was packed where authorities say somebody jumped over a chair and made a loud noise that sounded to some like a gunshot. mayor michael mcpartland told us the noise caused a chain reaction among very frightened moviegoers. >> everyone is on edge. we are so close to manhattan here. this would definitely -- would be a soft target. something along the lines of a theater. but the response was good. i talked to the manager inside. the police were here in moments. >> bombs missed -- bomb sniffing dogs check that the theater. authorities gave at the all clear. luckily nobody was hurt. the theater did remain closed for the night. new video shows smoke and flames pouring out of one chicago's tallest skyscrapers. the fire started at an apartment on the 50th floor of the john hancock center. it took firefighters half an
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hour to put out the flames. one person was hurt. first responders told people to stay inside their units unless they had problems with the smoke. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. presidential candidate donald trump says his comments supporting a database for american muslims were taken out of context. he was really voicing his support for a wall between the u.s. and mexico. he says he does want a database of the people coming into this country from syria. >> i want surveillance of these people. i want surveillance if we have and i don't care. i want surveillance of certain if that is okay. >> the republican presidential hopeful has also voiced his support for closing some terrorism. coming up, on eyewitness news sunday morning, eyewitness news goes undercover to help parents find out if teenagers
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you may be dreading the winter weather. but there is someone who doesn't mind early snowfall at all. this polar bear at this zoo in madison, he enjoyed the pre-thanksgiving weather that hit the midwest yesterday. just thought it was perfect. >> he looks happy. he's like, finally. very cute. weather. >> polar bears are supposed to be vicious, right? polar bear. >> what about the koala bear.
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>> i think he got him in the neck. >> you did. >> it was not good everybody was fine. >> the giraffes were fine. >> did not see that coming. >> isn't it supposed to be a slow animal? >> i'm not an animal person let's get to the weather. whatever it is, i don't get near it. or mess with it. that is me. amy, do your thing. let me give you a little mousy forecast. >> a nice segue. >> starting with temperatures in the 40 -- 50s this morning. starting with a windchill. making it feel like the 40s. if you are stepping out the door, get the heavy coat. be ready for cool air. it gets even colder tomorrow. temperatures stuck in the low 40s. it will be the coldest day of the week tomorrow.
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point late tonight and into the morning hours. we go with 52 as a starting point in central park. forecast high of 53. that is what we're calling for. that will be the top member of the day. the normal high is 52. right on target. this time in november, you could have a mild 52 or you have the wind mixing in and the windchill factor becomes a big deal. a 24 hour temperature change. ten to 15 degrees warmer than yesterday. you may start the day and think it is not bad. but the wind will pick up. switching out of the west. eventually will come from the north bringing colder air and. throughout the day, the wind increases. temperatures will continue to feel colder. low to mid-40s. andover, 45. high temperatures in the upper
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40s and low 50s. >> you need water. >> join me for a second. >> shower his exit east. clouds to start. a quick cold spell moving into night and monday. mild right now. it will get a little colder later in the day. but it will be beautiful on thanksgiving. right here, clouds. graphics, colors. that is all rain going way out there. forty-four. quite chilly. that is fantastic. high-pressure, low pressure. that is new jersey. that is fantastic. amy is tricking some water. -- drinking some water.
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>> you see these graphics. then you check yourself in the camera. >> i don't know how you do this. this has been great. >> new respect? >> i have total new respect for amy freeze. >> i'm so glad i could fake back off -- that cough. >> temperatures are going to buy them out tomorrow, 44. that is below average by almost 10 degrees. that will be the coldest day of the week. that takes us into the beginning of a warming trend. down the stretch, temperatures get warmer on tuesday. wednesday, low 50s. thursday, upper 50s. and then 61 on friday. making good travel weather. you can't beat that for the eastern part of the country. going west of the mississippi, there could be problems with storms that will be moving in to the west. everybody else, looking good. if you're going to go across the river or upstate to see family, no problem coming or going.
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for the weekend. >> i have not been that uncomfortable and nervous on television in many years. >> he was filling in because she had a horrible cough. >> coming up on eyewitness news this sunday morning, getting alcohol without getting carded. why buying alcohol may be a little too easy. >> an interesting story. before we go to break, let's look at that channel 7 community calendar. >> we had a story earlier today about snoop dogg giving out turkeys. >> a holiday remix here. >> enjoy. >> on long island, the daughters of mary sponsor the 27th annual christmas craft fair. featuring confections, homemade by the sisters.
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>> also on long island, train build depot hosts a train exhibit with tons of cars and operations. and loads of models on display. >> you love books? want to support a great cause? stop by the riverside 29th annual book fair in manhattan. >> the third annual american fine crafts show at the brooklyn museum presents an extraordinary selection of handmade works in ceramics, jewelry and more. by 90 of the nation's finest craft artists. >> favorite additions for thanksgiving? get some inspiring ideas at family focus, giving thanks with handmade. at the fairfield museum in history center.
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the shockingly easy way that teenagers are ordering alcohol deliveries right to their front door. and parents never even know about it. >> thanks to the mother in manhattan that tipped us off about this story after her two were using this trick. she doesn't want to be identified. but she does want other parents to be warned. >> there it was. vodka delivered right to the door. great. doing it. >> it should not be readily available with a button on your phone. >> the same mom says two of her teenagers were ordering alcohol and having it delivered. that begs the question, who is responsible for checking ids? it turns out, the guy at the door. the messenger. we ordered alcohol delivered using a young woman who is of age. this is molly. she is 26. she lives in manhattan. she usually gets carded at liquor stores and bars.
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the exception was her front door. getting vodka delivered. there are a few popping up on the delivery. it turns out the messenger is the first and last line of defense. this is important. on mine, the delivery app never asked how old molly was. here is the first time she tried it. >> is that good? >> she has to ask him to check the id. >> here is the second time. >> you look old enough. >> he has made the drop and is ready to go. >> do you need to card me? >> remember, molly is 26. anywhere but at her front door she is carded. the company told us if a post man's except and alcohol order, it is a courier's responsibility
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this was a potential failure on the part of the individual couriers. post mates will see what improvements, if any, can be made. >> that is a concerned mom. she says parents need this information. she doesn't want the delivery men blame. >> it is the system that is not working. it is the app not working. or the store. is not the guys making $8 an hour. >> that is eye-opening. >> isn't that bizarre? >> it is up to the guy at the >> the guy at the door he just cuddled for a half-hour -- who just cuddled for a half-hour -- peddled for a half-hour. >> he still gets paid. which is important. >> he gets paid. back. >> it is eye-opening.
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>> and molly works here as a brighter -- writer. >> thank you, molly. this is my cap ia. >> i was in chelsea covering the story about the dentist arrested. and this lovely woman walked up with her dog. she watches this religiously. she wanted me to get the picture. i promised. she is a good fan of the show. i hope you are watching. and your dog is adorable. >> thank you. >> rob is very popular. >> sometimes you want to pull the covers over your eyes.
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sent in by chris on twitter. >> a happy birthday to charlie. a big thing of ice cream. and a look at brandy. and you see what is on the back of brandy?
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federal agents are
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conducting a large-scale drill in lower manhattan focused on an active shooter. a drill but a situation that would or could happen in a subway. this is just a practice drill. >> we're live in lower manhattan with video of that drill. >> reporter: i just saw homeland security secretary jeh johnson just arrived. both he and mayor bill de blasio and the commission are all on scene. they plan to hold a joint briefing. this is video of the drill that took lace in an unused part of the bowery subway station. this was a training exercise to. the first active shooter drill taking place by the nypd underground. there were two different scenarios played out this morning. they had multiple injuries including an nypd officer. and a hostage situation. the secret service, fbi, army,
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nypd were involved including counterterrorism. hundreds of officers got started with this drill around 4:00 this morning. this was planned prior to the paris attacks. this was a practice drill. law enforcement stresses there is no threat at this time to new york city. reporting live in lower manhattan, channel 7, eyewitness news. police on long island are searching for the gunman who shot a man to the front door of a house in dix hills. investigators say someone rang the bell and then fired when someone approached. the victim was a house guest from virginia. and was shot in the chest. he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. police are trying to determine what the motive was for this attack. we have learned a lot this half-hour. all the stuff in the news. we have also learned that i will never again leave the desk and move into the weather. >> she had a tickle in her throat. >> actually, i thought -- i looked over for the rescue of
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water or whatever. i know with the coworkers might do. and i saw bob and i thought, come right over. >> i was coming to bring water. >> he was trying to get your job. >> so funny. starting with overcast conditions. if you look close, you can see some clouds. some sun breaks this afternoon. fifty-two right now is as warm as it gets today. a high of 53. we hit that already. temperatures in the upper 40s much of the afternoon. the wind changing out of the west, to the northwest, as we speak. a colder wind coming in tonight. temperatures toward freezing overnight. quite chilly and 44 is the high tomorrow. we start a warming trend that takes us up to 52 on wednesday. and 58 on thursday. thanksgiving is mild. >> very nice.
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