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inside of a brooklyn nightclub leads to violence in the street. a woman was shot a man stabbed, and the search is on for their attackers. >> and new information about the gunman behind a deadly mass shooting into kansas. >> i don't understand because your ties are made in mexico and china. you will be starting a trade war against your own clothing line. >> that's one of the many heated exchanges in the gop debate as they push toward souper tuesday. good morning, i'm lori stokes. >> i'm ken rosato. thank you for joining us. it's friday, february 26th. here's meteorologist bill evans with the forecast. >> we start off with a chilly morning. yesterday, we were at 60 degrees to start the day. 30 around white plains. 35 islip, 34 down the jersey shore. yes, it will be a cold day.
the freezing mark, into the upper 30s today. we are looking at windchills, though that will be into the 20s. we'll warm up this weekend. we'll it's weather then heather every seven minutes. she's very busy with the subways. with a's going on? >> reporter: yes, been checking in with them every seven minutes, and the subways are fine. taconic, we have an icing condition. multiple accidents. all lanes are closed as you go onto the northbound side. we also have 23 north at route 287, an accident going to route 436 to breezeville. then you have 80 eastbound, emergency right lane repairs. we also have this problem as you go into green brook, new jersey. green brook road ken kramer avenue and sea minimums road a.
alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect. ken, lori, over to you. >> all right, heather. thank you. we have breaking news in brooklyn at a party in a the street. >> a large fight broke out early this morning. rob nelson is live in bushwick. >> reporter: good morning. authorities tell us the big disturbance actually began at a nightclub about two blocks away from here. at the end of it all, one shot. right now, police are still looking for a suspect. take a look at the video here. this is the nightclub in question here. they say the dispute began there about 1:30 inside of the republican nightclub along section. police responding to the fight found two victims in the midst of a crowd fleeing the scene at the time. the leg.
in the stomach. neither injury happened inside of that physical nightclub. at the time, the club was hosting a release party and set to end about 2:00. this happened about 1:30 right now. both victims are taken to kings county hospital and are expected to survive the injury. police do not have a motive or suspects in the case. reporting live in brooklyn, rob nelson, channel 7 "eyewitness news." 6:03. nearly two months after an attack on a man in suffolk county, police caught two suspects. sean lynch and ryan giffone are charged in a beating. police say they were among a group of nonresidents using a basketball court when a man who lived there confronted him. detectives say they hit him and broke his jaw. today is the annual remembrance for a remember of
the job. they gathered to honor officer edward byrne. 1988. he was alone in his patrol car protecting a witness in a case. it happened after his 22nd birthday. >> it awakened this city that we let the forces of crime and evil go too far. >> four people are serving 24 years to life for officer byrne's murder. flags in kansas will fly at half staff until sundown today. overirnight, we learned the name of the gunman. cedric ford was a painter. authorities say he drove
then he stormed his work place and shot. >> i witnessed him shoot the shots. i saw the shell casings. it was that vivid. >> we heard a pop-pop. we thought it was metal hitting the ground. then people came in screaming saying go to the up from front. then we knew he was out front so we ran over here. >> ford did have a criminal record. he had a record in his native florida for burglary, concealed firearms, and drug possession. today marks 23 years after the world trade center bombing that killed six people. the sir moanny will be held to honor the victims of the 1993 world trade center bombing. more than 1,000 people were hurt in that attack. at the time, the bombings with one of the worst terrorist attacks in u.s. history. it's 6:05. the national issue at the
seemed to be how to stop donald trump. >> you are the only person on the stage that's ever been fined for hiring people to work on your projects illegally. >> i'm the only one on the stage who's hired people. you haven't hired anyone. >> the last gop debate before super tuesday, marco rubio and ted cruz ripped into everything they had on trump. >> when i was leading the fight against the gang of eight amnesty bill, where was donald? he was firing dennis rodman on celebrity apprentice. >> this is robin hood. he talks about corruption, but he didn't put that he's bore royed money from citibank. >> if he builds the wall like he did trump towers, he'll be using illegal work to do it.
called out jokingly for someone to attack him. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather called out jokingly for someone to attack him. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. meteorologist bill evans has the accuweather forecast. >> here we go. we'll look from our camera on the george washington bridge. we're looking at a pretty sunrise. we've got clouds, sun, and a northwest wind. here's our camera in astoria. we're looking at temperatures this morning starting out around 34, 35 degrees. the park is showing 33. northwest wind flow, some flurries off to or north, but yet the cold, high pressure comes through. it will warm up fast. today, you have to dress warmly. we're looking at 33. 38 degrees today, which is about 5 degrees colder than normal for this time of the year. at the bus stop, the berries of huskle will be there. there they are. the fab four, not to fab four. after schoolkids it's 38 after school and feel like the 20s. the important thing is dress warmly. weather and traffic together every seven minutes. >> this is right near the palisades parkway. we have a bit of a delay as we go through this spot. i can tell you the palisades parkway right near exit 8 and west nyack, we have debris falling from that overpass. so you find lane closure as you go through that spot. 23 north, we have this accident. two lanes are closed off as a result. then going onto 80 at exit 28, emergency right lane repairs are still with us. 46 east we have that debris seat now. all lanes are lows closed there.
on or close to schedule. we're looking at green brook road with a fallen tree. mass transit is running on or close to schedule. our street cleaning rules are in effect. still ahead, we're hearing from the family members in guatemala supported by the man sucker punched in new jersey. >> also ahead, comedian bill
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it's 6:12. we're learning nor about the man who was knocked out on the new jersey street corner. he supports ten family members in guatemala. his family hopes to gain visas to be able to join him here in the u.s. until then, he sends much-needed money and supplies to help them survive. gonzalez's wife said if her husband had been killed, who children? an 18-year-old is charged in
young man who videotaped it. the attorney claims the teens' adhd may have been a contributing factor. bill cosby dropped a deaf nation lawsuit against beverly johnson for now. johnson claims cosby drugged her in the mid 1980s during a visit to the hem. the attorney says the defamation suit was dropped so he could focus on a sex ause case. his side plans to refile the case against johnson. time for a check on the accuweather forecast. >> bill evans is live outside of the studios. >> you know the cross fit studios across the street here? folks are running this i just got invited to go running with the cross fit people. they said you want to again run, right? i went, no. [ laughter ] >> they are crazy! it's cold out here this morning. you need to dress warmly, though.
coming in and out. we've been playing games with the moon here. we've got almost a full moon. it's waxing gibbous. we'll have breaks of sun. maybe by the time we get through there, we have skies that are partly cloudy. sun's coming up with a temperature of 33 to start your day. yesterday, we were at 60 to start the day and 58. so it's 20, 25 degrees colder. yesterday's high was 61. so you factor in the wind and it feels like the 20s. so massa peek with a to babylon. we've got 22 mile-per-hour wind gusts around newark. that's coming around the northwest. the beauty of it is, this is going to swing by really quick. here are your windchills. yesterday we started the day at 61.
so 40 degrees colder to start the day. what does that mean? you need to dress warmly today and dress in layers. a few flurries are off to our north and west. so today, you see by the time you get to the afternoon, the temperature is in the upper 30s. normally, we would be around 44 with the high. tomorrow, the wind is gone, and you see by the time we get to the afternoon tomorrow, we're in the low 40s so it will feel much better. then we'll jump to 60 by the time we bet to sunday. it's 38 with a mixture of sun and clouds with girls and boys baseball, softball and that kind of thing. and you have that spring, soccer and lacrosse game. blustery and colder with 38. tonight 26. we're at about 18, you know, 16 north and west. the wind dies down on saturday with sunshine and a little
sunshine on sunday and 60. so there's your weekend. that's looking pretty good. a mixture of sun and clouds as we dive that next week. we wanted to show you the moon, but you know that's just the way it goes. the moon's not cooperating. i mean, the moon is cooperating, but the clouds are being, you know, rather cantankerous and covering it up. >> just showing off. >> that's right. heather, how's that commute look? >> we have subway service running on or close to schedule. no major issues there. we have new jersey transit, long railroad, met throw north. taking a look at the taconic, icing conditions, multiple accidents. so we have lanes closed down on the taconic as a result. heading over here to the pal lay sades parkway at exit 8, we have falling debris. there's debris falling from the retaining walls which is going
23 north at route 287 an accident. two lanes are blocked off as you go to that spot. heading to exit 28, emergency right lane repairs at mount olive road. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect. ken, over to you. volkswagen has one month left to find the government approved fix on diesel fuels it rigged to cheat on emissions interests. the judge says the ongoing harm has to be aaddressed. if volkswagen can't come up with the fix, the injury are said it is a quick fix. technology giant apple hasn't put out its own sales figures but a market firm reports apple shipped 4.1 million of the watches in the final three months of 2015. that's nearly 1 million fewer than expected. it's 6:17.
news" this morning, all new allegations against takata of faking test results to cover up the exploding air bag issue. >> diversity backlash at the academy awards. protests now planned on oscar sunday. hey there on today's tech piets a major re-- tech bytes a major reversal. replacing robots with humans. the company says they robots can't keep up with the individualization. >> us humans are taking over. poke w. can i monday started in 1996 and showing no sign of letting up. >> a new game is due out soon. tomorrow events marking pokemon's big birthday are being held around the world. "itemmer house" is -- fuller house "is streaming on netflix and fans couldn't be happier. >> everybody is back except the
on the money this morning, the dow jones starts the day up 212 points and the nasdaq composite and s&p500 are also higher. did takata cheat twice? a new report accuses the air bag maker of faking test results a year after its first air bag recall. a report from the senate commerce science committee cites documents spanning 12 years. it says data was manipulated to hide deadly problems. the current recall has grown to be the largest, most complex in u.s. history. it is 6:22. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. bill evans? >> why don't we take a look down the beaches, shall we,
we have a northwest wind coming across main street, the boardqualm and the beach there. there's our buoy out there. we're looking at a northwest wind flow. there are some flurries that are around binghamton. we're looking at 33 and 34 around newark and a west- northwest wind at 28 miles per hour. that is really kind of cold here. so the next seven hours, we're looking at the temperature getting to about 36 this afternoon money that's going to be cold. windchills will be in the 20s, but we'll have a lot of sunshine. so have on your sunglasses. her future's so bright, she has to wear shades. >> there's something going on over here. the shades, i don't know in that will help us figure out what this is. first of all, 46, we had originally reported something going on right in mount olive by mount olive road.
in addition to that we have 80 eastbound and emergency right lane repairs. we can't get confirmation if this 80 problem and route 46 problem are related. they are awfully close to each other. so we're going to keep our eye on what's happening there. subway service is running on or close to schedule. effect. ken, over to you. 6:24. sunday night we'll find this year's oscar winners. >> the no, ma'am nations have been creating controversy for months because of the lack of diversity. new research in ucla suggests that hollywood could make more money by increasing diversity. studies show that movies with a diverse cast when half of the cast members are not white make more money. wednesday night, a snoop dog headline, the first ever all def party promoting diversity in hollywood. >> we need more movies green lit.
hollywood and only 7 are targeting the african-american communities, and only 3 are award worthy, it's slim. >> they will lead a protest outside and eva longoria is encouraging actors to wear a brown ribbon for latina inclusion. sandy is live for the big show. watch for his reports later today on "eyewitness news." tomorrow, catch sandy's one hour special "road to gold." then the full night begins at 5:00 on the red carpet followed by "eyewitness news." then it is back to the red carpet. the oscars' opening ceremony is at 7. then the 88th academy awards live at 8:30.
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good morning, i'm ken rosato. >> i'm lori stokes. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic and bill. >> here we go. here is a look outside electric our camera on the roof looking across the park. we have skies that are basically sun and clouds as the sun's coming up. we're at 33 degrees. it's chilly. this time yesterday, we were at 60. 34 sunset park. 34 around islip. 31 poughkeepsie. poughkeepsie was at 61. it's at 31 now. dress warmly. it will warm back up this weekend. we'll talk about that next. heather's got all kinds of stuff going on, on this friday morning. what have you got now? >> the one good thing we have going for thus morning at this point, new jersey transit is doing well. subway service is running on or
on the taconic, you have an icing condition and multiple accidents. all lanes are closed down. then you have this problem on the palisades parkway. falling debris from a retaining wall. 23 going north right near route 287, an accident and two lanes are blocked off for you there. emergency right lane repairs and 46 east at the net congress circle, we have a debris spill. we're trying to figure out if these two are related. we're working on figuring out this happening here. route 9 south at otis bogg road. this is right near matheson road. you have an overturned vehicle. all lanes are closed down. five minutes inbound george washington bridge. 20 at the lincoln and holland is a 20-minute delay.
the span, supreme court coming towards us going over into rockland. west chester county bound not doing too badly. street cleaning rules are in effect. ken, over to you. it's 6:32. we're following preaking news in brooklyn. a woman was -- following breaking news in brooklyn. a woman was shot and a man stabbed after a nightclub melee turned violent. >> reporter: at the end of it all, one person was shot another stabbed and hours later, no suspect that we know of yet. take a look at the video. this is the nightclub called republican along broadway. the fight began inside that club around 1:30 in the bushwick section. police responded to reports of a fight inside found two victims fleeing the club after whatever broke out inside. at the end of the day, a 20- year-old woman was shot in the leg.
the stomach. neither injury actually happened inside that nightclub, but out a few blocks away at the corner where we are this morning. at the time, it was hosting a music release party that was set to last until 2:00 a.m. and obviously was disrupted suddenly when the fight broke out. you can see the after-math of what happened here. that is a window from the local checkers fast food joint right here on the corner. shards of glass all over the sidewalk appears to have been shot out during whatever altercation took place on the sidewalk. both victims were take ton kings county hospital. they are both expected to survive and again at this hour, police do not have a suspect or a motive. reporting live in the bushwick section of brooklyn, rob nelson, channel 7 "eyewitness news." developing now in manhattan, thousands of students may be forced out of the school because of a fire. crews are on the scene right
after a fire badly damaged the electrical system. 3,000 students attend the five different schools and one charter school at the union square campus. education department officials are considering relocating the students for the day. work is under way at this hour to repair a large sinkhole in new jersey. it swallowed up a department of public works truck in and also has cut off a neighborhood in midland park, new jersey. mallory hoff is live on the scene. good morning, mallory. >> reporter: lori, good morning. not an easy situation for people who live in this dead end street to get in and out. i want to show you work going on right now. steel plates being taken in there to continue work, fixing up this sinkhole this morning. these are the sights and sounds that people in this neighborhood are dealing with.
it's unclear if the sewer line blocked. this is the scene last night. the 20 foot by 30 foot sinkhole began performing on glenn drive in midland park. the truck tumbled into the 6 foot deep crater. that's when raw sewage started coming out, creating a mess as you can imagine. this is a frightening moment for the men in that pickup. >> there were two people in the truck. they got out on the other side. >> very close call. >> nobody got hurt. that's the main thing here. >> reporter: again, those two men are doing just fine this morning as you can see. work continues here. it's unclear exactly how long this process is going to take. live in midland park, mallory hoff, channel 7 "eyewitness news." mallory, thank you. 6:35. we're learning more about the gunman in kansas who killed three people and wounded 14.
town of hesston shooting random people before then attacking his own work place. he was killed by the first police officer to reach the scene. ford had a history of arrests in florida and kansas for domestic violence, burglary, battery and weapons charges. stay tuned to "good morning america" coming up next for a live report. new this morning, police have arrested two men in the bronx for the squalidding water attack on the panhandler. the two men are in custody. police are searching for a third suspect. the victim change and after walking with them, they then beat him to the ground and poured hot water on his face, giving him second degree burns. 6:36. the former chief of suffolk county police will be back in court today on charges of deprivation of civil rights and obstruction of justice. federal officials are expecting james berk to plead guilty after being offered a plea deal.
december after being accused of assaulting a handcuffed suspect who allegedly stole a duffel back from burk's suv and tried to cover it up. you are never more than seven minutes away from weather and traffic. bill? >> hey, hey, hey. it's friday. looking at our camera here from east rutherford, new jersey across the tidal wetland or as the boss said in thunder road, the swamps of jersey. as we look over toward manhattan and midtown. it is a beautiful morning looking at the empire state building. here's a look at our camera at 4 times square. our director susan said here's the shot. what do i do? i follow directions. 33 degrees right now. we've got winds out of the northwest. partly cloudy skies, bubbling high pressure right out of canada. the arctic will slide across quickly. today we get that wind and the cold.
38 this afternoon. normal high is 44. remember the wind in the windshield will feel like the 20s. these lug nuts will be at the bus stop today. it will be sunny and chill yip and dressed appropriately. dressed like these role models as we're looking at 38 this afternoon. after school, it's going to be chilly. it will warm up and i'll talk about that next. it's weather and heather every seven minutes. this is right near route 15. let's take a look at our maps to tell you what else is going on, on 80. it'sp eastbound 28. we have emergency right lane repairs. in addition to that, 46 eastbound at the netkong circle. we have a debris spill. we're trying to figure out if these are related whatsoever. you have two lanes closed down as you go through that spot. new jersey transit, long island railroad, metro-north doing just fine. our subway service is running
as we look at the taconic north it is an icing condition plus an accident. a couple of earlier accidents cleared away. they have to get out there and salt that roadway. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect for today. lori, ken, over to you. still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, a young student allegedly denied access to the rest room in school and why his father is now facing charges. >> back to the negotiating table today for a new jersey transit worker.
. it's 6:42. a brooklyn father faces charges after confronting his son's teacher when his second grader was not allowed to use the bathroom. video showing the father handcuffed and at one point he even falls while getting into the police vehicle. the psa treasurer went to the school after his 7-year-old son was left sitting in soiled pants for hours. police say the teacher told them she felt threatened by the questioning, and that's why she called 911. other parents are standing behind the parent. >> his father is approaching the teacher just to clarify why you didn't allow my son, and he gets arrested for asking a simple question? so it's not her against him.
>> parents say the arrest was retaliation against him after he demanded more student resources from the school's principal. the department of education says it is investigating the matter. a strike deadline quickly approaches. new jersey transit and rail union officials will meet at the table once again today. at issue, health insurance premiums and pay increases. a federal labor board recommended a 2 1/2% raise every year for the next 6 1/2 years. the head of the new jersey transit claims the agency cannot afford the cost of the wage and health proposals. the unions authorized a strike at 12:01 a.m. on sunday, march 13th if no agreement has been reached. a stolen puppy found safe and sound in ape pet store in new jersey. police say a woman stole a 12 week old from the oh, my dog store in carney. workers say the woman took the
while pretending to be a customer. two kids found the pup wandering outside near the pet store. "good morning america" is following us. good morning, amy. >> good morning. we have the breaking news overnight. several people dead after a shooting in a work place in kansas and a number of others injured. the gunman is among the dead. wear hearing from one of the shooter's co-workers. also ahead, the remaining gop candidates battling it out with super tuesday just days away. marco rubio joins us this morning. then finally, we are live from hollywood. we have all of the behind the scenes oscar secrets and everything you need to know about hollywood's biggest nights coming up on gma. >> all right, amy. have a good weekend. >> you, too. we have just learned the
school system has closed due to damage from the storm. >> the damage continues to create unsafe driving conditions in some parts of the district and a power outage. >> let's check the forecast. >> let's check in with bill. >> we have sun and clouds. you neat your sunglasses and warm gear. we started this day looking for my camera. temperatures are on the chilly side because yesterday we were at 60. today we're at 33. what's up with that? normal high is 44. we're going to be hard pressed to get to that today. we might get near that tomorrow. it's the real feel as the issue today. it's 34 to 32 down the jersey shore. we have 15 to 20 miles per hour so it feels like the 20s.
across the west-northwest. here's the real feel, 20 down toward coney island and 24 on long island. 8 toward monticello. so this is a real cold shot to the system here. that will be for today. this will die down. it's only for a day, but yet it's on friday and you see by this morning up to 8:00, it's 32 this afternoon. we're into the upper 30s. the wind dies down later today. certainly going to feel much better foam. even though tomorrow you see our highs in the afternoon are into the low 40s. after school, kiddos will be around 38. it will feel like 28. so dress warmly. you have sports outside today. 38 today feels like the 20s. tonight we've got clear skies. winds diminish tonight. 18 in the suburbs. tomorrow we've got sunshine money just a big breeze tomorrow. the high is 42. here's your accurather seven- day forecast. 60 on sunday.
much milder with the winds done at 59 on monday in which we'll see ourselves looking at temperatures above normal this time of the year. next shot at precipitation will be rain on wednesday, all right? so have a great day. >> a nice look at that forecast. >> it's quiet here this morning. >> make a little bull horn noise. >> where is everybody? >> hey! [ laughter ] >> that's great. thank you, sir. come on and get warm. >> let's check in with heather. >> i have a feeling a lot of people are on vacation this week except if you live in new jersey. new jersey is the hot spot this morning. tranit, long island railroad, metro-north are all doing fine. debt ready for this. we have in chester 206 both ways between bartley chester road and 24 main street.
netkong circle, you have emergency right line repairs. 23 north at 2 87 an accident. two lanes are closed down as you go through there. as you go up through putnam county, icing conditions. also an accident. there were multi-vehicle accidents here. now, just one at this point, so now they have to get out there and salt the roadway to prevent any more accidents have happening. pal lay sades parkway near exit 8. there was falling debris from the retaining wall. so you have the left lane closed off as you go through that spot. green brook road in new jersey, both directions, that is a fallen tree. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect for today. lori, over to you. with just a couple of days to go, the final touches of hollywood glam are going into place. for elton john's oscars viewing
of the line food and booze. >> the winners will take home gold of their own with prize watches. the party raises money for the elton john aids foundation. >> you never know who's going to walk through the door. that makes it very, very magical for us. >> there will be auction where's the hollywood elite can bid on items. speaking of elton john, he will be providing the entertainment for his guests. red carpet is waiting for the stars to step foot on the way to the dollop theater. sandy am kenyon is in hollywood. tomorrow on 7, you can catch andy's one-hour special "road to gold." the academy awards special gets started at 5:00 only on channel 7. >> i was just on abc7ny.com and
it is 6:53. a mythical creature had people checking their eyesight after it spent hours running through traffic. no, unicorns aren't real. bill says they are. it is just a pony wearing a fake horn on its head. it had gotten away from a child's birthday party twice. drivers were convinced yes, they had seen a real unicorn. a happy birth did i wish for a woman called grandma. every year for five years, she's greeted the school bus in suburban cleveland. she started when her grand daughter was a student but kept
kids and the driver. tuesday, she celebrated her 88th birth day. that day, the kids gave her a special present. >> happy birthday to you happy birthday to you [music] >> i cried. >> she says as long as she can do it. >> cleveland people. >> that's right. 6:54, your top stories plus a final check on the weather and commute when we come back.
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breaking news in brooklyn where two people are hurt after a fight spilled out of a nightclub. >> rob? >> reporter: good morning, ken. that nightclub is about two blocks away from here. the violence ended up spilling out behind me. one person shot and still this hour no suspect. take a look at the video where all of the drama began at the republic nightclub at 1:30 this morning in the bushwick section. the fight eventually spilled outside. a 20-year-old woman was shot in the leg. a 32-year-old man eventually stabbed in the stomach. neither injury happened inside of the club. some kind of altercation began
both victims were taken to kings county hospital. they are expected to survive. authorities do not have a motive or any suspects. reporting live from bushwick, rob nelson, channel 7 "eyewitness news." and on the way through midland park for a sinkhole that swallowed up a pickup truck. it's affecting 20 homes. here is a live look at the scene. the dead end road is blocked off. utilities on the street have not been affected. we've had a busy commute. mostly everything is in new jersey. i did find million on the belt parkway. so westbound right near flatbush avenue, we do have a debris spill there. i don't know what's going on with all of the debris spills this morning. new jersey transit, metro-north fine. subway service running on or close to schedule.
chester road and route 24 main street, all lanes are closed down in both directions. debris spill 46 east, emergency right lane repairs. all in all, new jersey has been the hot spot this morning and a ton of accidents. >> it's a truck with debris. >> all over the place. >> your report is filthy. [ laughter ] we have a nice, sunny morning. it's chilly. we'll be looking at temperatures starting out in the 30s. yesterday, we were at 60. now we'll be looking at numbers. 32 is the 7:00 temperature. the real-feels are in the 20s. we'll have a lot of sunshine and sun glosses will be a pretty day with a lot of sun and temperatures today warming into the upper 30s. we'll be up to 60 by sunday. have a great day. >> thank you, bill. that'll do it for us. i'm lori stokes.
think beach. good morning, america. breaking overnight, deadly shooting. >> the gun was strapped to him. he was ready to go. >> the chase to stop the rampage. four killed. more than a dozen injured. what we're learning this morning about the gunman and the hero cop who brought him down. fireworks at the gop debate. >> this guy's a choke artist. >> donald trump targeted from all sides. he belt trump tower he'll be using ill immigrant labor to do it. >> rubio rune looking to make it a two-man race overnight. is it too little too late with super tuesdays away? marco rubio joins us this morning. a bombshell in court. the shocking video that erin andrews never wanted anyone see played in court for the jury. the "dancing with the stars" host in tears as she gets set to testify in that $75 million trial.