tv Eyewitness News at Noon ABC March 18, 2016 12:00pm-1:00pm EDT
>> reporter: lisa vines knows firsthand ant violence in schools. she says her son in 5th grade has been bullied for two years now. >> two boys threatened to attack zachary with a lead pipe. >> reporter: according to families, violence in new york city public schools is on the rise. >> i'm shocked and appalled to hear that weapons have gone up 25% in our schools. >> reporter: in fact, just this week, two guns were confiscated at two city schools. one of them brought in by an 11- year-old. this group says they are not just fearful. they are angry. they argue mayor de blasio is in statistic, thus not addressing the tinderbox. >> according to data from the nypd, the number of weapons in our schools has went up 25% last year.
the number of knives went up 30%. and stun guns have went up more than 1000%. >> reporter: now, the department of education responded this morning by insisting quote there is absolutely zero tolerance for any weapons in schools. in fact, they said they work closely with the police department to ensure the safety of all school communities. we're live outside city hall this noon, i'm lucy yang for channel 7 eyewitness news. lead testing continuing in newark public schools today and more planned through the weekend. the district will examine every single tap at all 67 of its schools for possible contamination. newark public schools is in the process of also testing students for possible lead poisoning. eventually, around 17,000 children will have their blood checked. the city of newark says there is no lead contamination in its water supply. the count down to spring is on. it officially arrives on sunday, but it is going to feel
meteorologist bill evans is timing out a major storm heading our way that apparently includes snow. >> winter is going out kicking and screaming. you can see we have fair weather cumulus clouds, 55 degrees. that's 5 degrees warmer than our normal average afternoon high, so it's going to get a little warmer as we go into the afternoon. wet snow mixed with rain developed sunday morning. it's going to be wet roads during the day on sunday, and probably look at a few inches of heavy wet snow on sunday, slowing down travel. maybe even slowing down the runners in the half marathon sunday morning. we're looking at 55 in the park, 58 toward newark. 57 around tom river down to jersey shore. the colder air is to the north. that's going to sweep in. a lot of sunshine, and a nice afternoon on the way.
come in and settle across the area tonight now, with that settling over us, that kind of sets the stage for a storm system coming up from our south. it hasn't really developed yet. but it's getting together here down in the gulf of mexico. then it's going to kind of turn up the coast. and bring with it a large amount of moisture into the cold air that will be in place. it's not bitterly cold air, but it's cold enough, so when would the snow start. we'll see clouds around midnight. spring officially begins at 12:30:00 a.m. sunday, so once the clouds kind of overtame, here comes the snow into southern jersey by 6:00 a.m. into the city by 8:00 and 9:00. and it's going to be lasting through a good part of the day into sunday night. eventually, it's going to mix with sleet and rain to the south. some of the totals actually will be a little bit higher off to the north, probably north and west chester, rockland, duchess here could be in the 6 plus, and we could see 3
these spots. we are going to be tweaking these numbers, particularly later on today with lee goldberg first at four. we'll have more on that. just sunday is going to be a messy day start very early on the beginning of spring. we're going to have snow. we'll talk about that and the rest of the weekend forecast in just a moment. back to you. thanks. 60-year-old foster parent will be in court in suffolk county on charges of abusing the children under his care. cesar gonzalez mugaburu is charged with 7 counts of endangering the welfare of a child, and one count of sexual misconduct. a man is in the hospital after a shooting inside a harlem barbershop. it happened late last night inside the wilton beauty salon at 140th and amsterdam. police say a 52-year-old man walked in and shot a 23-year- old man critically wounding him. police quickly took the suspect and gunman into custody and found a weapon nearby. five other customers and
investigators believe they found the man accused of killing his roommate at a manhattan homeless shelter and he was found dead. police ended the man hunt for anthony white after finding his body floating in the hudson river. he's accused of stabbing his roommate to death. the victim, 62-year-old devin black was a former special education teacher and librarian who was killed on his third night living in the shelter. former connecticut governor john roland hopes to appeal his latest campaign fraud convictions. a hearing wrapped up a short while ago in manhattan federal court. roland faces a sentence of 2 1/2 years in prison, convicted of conspiring to hide payments for work he did. roland resigned as governor in 2004 during a corruption scandal that sent him to prison for ten months. he's currently free on bail. an american captured by kurdish forces earlier this
telling his story of how he lived under isis. he says he has major regrets and u.s. officials want to investigate him. story. >> reporter: he say, he made a huge mistake. >> i wasn't thinking straight. >> reporter: mohammad speaking out for the first time to exclusive interview. the 26-year-old american picked up in northern iraq by kurdish forces. >> when we began to learn about the religion, there was a man who taught us like the sh a ria and the religion. >> reporter: he was discovered with his virginia driver's license. it's where he was born, raised and attended college. the young american giving extraordinary detail of the last month he spent in isis controlled mosul. >> we got to another house, a lot of foreigners were there.
their ids and passports. >> reporter: he says his journey began in december. he traveled to europe, and headed to tour key where he says he -- turkey where he says he met an iraqi girl before arriving in iraq. outside his home earlier this week, his father aggressively telling reporters his son had nothing to do with isis. a high school friend recounting how he lived a normal life. >> he wasn't violent. he wasn't religious. we did the same things. trouble. >> reporter: quasi says living in abc -- ray ray, abc new york. threatening letters sent to his family, we have new information. an american teacher with a passion for travel gets arrested overseas. the message he sent to his family and why they now fear for his safety.
w a pilot was forced to make an emergency landing after hitting bad weather that included lightning on a flight to la guardia. >> just got hit by lightning. >> is everything okay? >> probably heading to jfk. >> we obtained these exclusive pictures showing the damage done when the lightning bolt struck the american eagle jet. the flight from north carolina flew through the storm that hit our area last night, and that is when the plane was hit by lightning rocking passengers.
a big explosion. the plane dipped about a hundred feet, i don't know, it just felt like i was on a roller coaster. >> it's the first time for me. >> very very frightening. >> the pilot was able to land the plane safely at kennedy airport. closingclosing arguments are now underway in the hulk hogan sex video, hogan suing the blog gawker for post ago sex video. hogan's attorneys said the prowrestler did not consent to the video, and gawker did not follow journalism procedures of calling confirming it was him or calling for a comment. lawyers will present closing arguments next. a worker who fell 507 stories to his death in downtown los angeles did not have clearance to go above the third floor on the skyscraper. it happened yesterday afternoon at the will shire grand center, expected to be the tallest building in the west when
the company says the electrician took off his hard hat before going to the 53rd floor, and was not wearing a safety harness because it was not required for his work on the lower floors. it was only his second day on the job. toronto's mayor rob ford is in the hospital, stepping up his cancer treatment and his family has asked for privacy. ford gained notoriety when after months of denial he admitted using crack coin. he had a tumor removed. new growths were found on his bladder a few months ago. starting tomorrow, you'll have a new social media window in pope francis' world. he already has almost 9 million followers on twitter. the pope has been putting a greater emphasis on social media to better communicate with catholics around the world. also making a splash on social media,
moment with our nation's national mascot. a baby bald eagle started to hatch wednesday night and was born this morning at the u.s. national arboretum, all of it caught on cameras. a pair of mated bald eagles began nesting high in the trees of washington, d.c. back in 2014 as the video shows there is a second egg that has yet to hatch. and social media loves the fact that you can watch it live when that happens. in fact, we have a link to the eagle cam on our web site abc7ny. >> that is so cool. new trouble for the former face of subway. we'll tell you what one of jared fogle's alleged victims now wants him to do behind bars. a tuna warning. thousands of cans are being pulled off store shelves. and taking a live look outside, we're about to say good-bye to winter. but winter weather may not be done with us just yet.
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damage or any injuries there, but really hard to see that. >> we got our own weather concern coming our way right now. >> my brother who is down south sent a picture of a truck in brookhaven, mississippi. hit by hail. it's demolished. >> i can't believe, it's really big. >> it was like a hunk of metal. >> a bunch of dents. >> canned ham sized hail that hit the truck. we don't have anything like that coming our way. >> you're going to be looking at snow coming on the start of on sunday. afternoon here. it is windy though, there's some wind out there and a front approaching from the north, and we're going to talk about that. our camera. that is in brooklyn to wall street and bowling green. times square. just those fair weather cumulus
i wanted to show you this one because it's about 23 stories up and it's bouncing around here in this wind, and the park was reporting really big wind gusts of 40 miles an hour. west wind at 20, gust to go 40 in the park. the temperature 55. the humidity very dry, and the high yesterday was 673. normal is 50. so far our high today is 55. later on. around 7:00 this evening and the numbers are warming up nicely, pike county, is at 50, bridgeport connecticut. look at the wind, right ahead of the front. these are sustained winds at 23 miles per hour at jfk, and la guardia. wind gusts at 40 in the park. 33 around jfk. shore. west wind across here ahead of this front, and this front is
connecticut, and of course we have been talking about the snow that's been coming. the system is going to get together and work its way up the coast, and not until saturday night. spring begins officially at 12:30:00 a.m. sunday morning. that's the vernal equinox. the snow kind of gets going as i'll show you, around sandy hook to staten island, about 6:00 a.m., and it covers up the park, and long island. and heads up into the hudson river valley and coastal connecticut around 10:00 a.m. this kind of continues much of night. it's very heavy wet snow, it's going to be all rain here southern monmouth county, ice will be mix instead with that, too, as we go along. it's going to be hard to measure the heavy wet snow. somewhere in the neighborhood looks good. lee goldberg will tweet this on first at four. 3 inches is not bad and with the storm kind of moving out northeast into the atlantic, they'll throw more snow back off to the north. sun and clouds, breezy and cooler this afternoon.
we're at 58 tonight. it's clear, brisk, and cold. 34 to our north and west. then we have plenty of sun, a brisk and chillier day. 46 the high. the wind is going to feel like the 30s on saturday. so that kind of sets us up for the moisture that comes about in that low for sunday. so the spring start sunday, first full day is monday. sunday, looking at the low trekking up the coast, and that can prove some snowfall amounts that we're looking at, a good shot at least, 3 to 6 inches of snow. we're probably going to be looking at this cold weather, hanging around until tuesday, and then on wednesday, that's when we got the arrival of spring, 56 degrees, and look at thursday, it warms up to 68. so that will be nice. we just, you know, we have to take one more jab from mother nature. >> sounds more like a hay maker. >> and we can't complain.
but boy we do complain anyway. oh, i was in the hallway. >> what do you mean it's going to snow? >> are you kidding me. you take it very personally. >> look, i'm just the messenger. >> good job. let's talk a little basketball. remember that excitement following stonybrooks first trip to the big dance. it's over. sent home after meeting kentucky last night in the ncaa tournament debut. it did not end well. the wildcats won 85-57. in fact, all three locals in action yesterday bowed out as iona and seton hall all lost. add in dickinson's loss tuesday night, all four new york, new jersey schools are out of the march million dollarness. >> that should make you -- march madness. >> that should make you mad right there. the run that's getting a lot of attention.
find out why this photo of facebook founder mark zuckerberg in beijing has sparked a big debate online. and caught on camera, a fantastic drone video shows us what happens when playful dolphins meet up with body borders. first, a programming note for this weekend. channel 7 is your home for the united airlines nyc hatch marathon. our cove as a small business owner, you know things have a way of moving fast. but if your network can't keep up, it can really slow you down. so switch to the 100% fiber optic network of verizon fios. you'll get 99.9% network reliability, and the fastest wi-fi available. get fios 50 meg or higher internet and phone
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caught on camera. something you don't want to miss. stop what you're doing, and take a look. a drone with a pack of dolphins. looks like they wanted to have fun on the water: this video coast. it's so cool when you see them getting together and having a ball. it shows the dolphins riding the waves next to the surfers. enjoy it while you can. meanwhile, another amazing picture trending out there, religious landmark getting an icy makeover from mother nature. this is on the mountains of tuscany, an iconic cross in italy covered in ice when a snowstorm hit the area. it looks like a sculpture the
and this got more than 200,000 views. >> amazing, what a sight. those wacky, advertisements meant to draw attention to car dealerships are used at a ski port to scare off sea lions. the operators say they have tried everything from using an inflatable killer whale, and plastic fencing, they say so far the air dancers are the only thing that has worked. port officials say the sea lions with costing them more than $100,000 in damages every year. and still to come on eyewitness news at noon, the heat is on for donald trump, new threats on his family and hacks in his personal
your watching new york's number one news, channel 7 eyewitness news at noon, with david novarro, shirlene allicot, and meteorologist bill evans. now, eyewitness news continues. >> our top stories this afternoon, parents rallied at city hall, taking aim at violence in schools. the group families for excellence schools says the presence of weapons have jumped up 25% this week there have been two separate incidents of students bringing loaded guns to school, but city hall questions the group's findings. foster parent in suffolk county will be in court accused of sexually abusing children in
cesar gonzalez mugaburu faces charges. an american captured by kurdish forces is speaking out on tv, recounting the time he spent in isis control. mohammed quasi was picked up monday in iraq. u.s. officials are attempting to get the american back to the states. i'm shirlene allicot. >> and i'm david novarro. >> anger over donald trump's run for president reaching new heights. >> the hacker group anonymous says it has followed through with its threat to expose donald trump by releasing his social security number and other personal data online. this as federal agents investigate a threatening letter sent to trump's son in manhattan. eyewitness news reporter dave evans is outside the son's apartment in midtown with more. dave? >> reporter: as you mentioned there are new political and family concerns for donald trump today. first of all, on the political front, there's growing opposition within the republican party from many conservatives about trump
on the personal side, a powdery substance mailed to a family member on central park south and apparently there is a new worry about computer hacking. >> a notorious international hacking group called anonymous is now targeting donald trump and his campaign. they claim to have obtained all kinds of personal information on trump and are ready to spread it worldwide. the hackers released this on you tube yesterday. >> now is the time to unite to fight to show -- we have attached a gift of sorts, trump's social security number, cell phone number and other details that might be able to assist you all in independently investigating this would be dictator. >> reporter: this comes as police, the fbi and secret service investigate a powdery substance in a letter mailed to trump's son eric here on central park south. it was postmarked massachusetts, and opened by eric's wife lisa. the envelope included a note,
out of the race, the next envelope won't be a fake. >> i think you'd have riots, you know, i'm representing a tremendous, many many millions of people. >> reporter: trump has predicted riots if he's denied the republican nomination this summer in cleveland. one of trump's rivals is accusing trump of inciting chaos. >> to even imply that there could be violence if he doesn't get his way, you know, he's not running for the presidency of the wwe. he's running for president of the united states. >> reporter: and back to that powdery substance in an envelope sent to eric trump here on recently, we understand from police that it was mailed from boston on march 5th. again, the substance that was inside has now been deemed that it is not dangerous. erik is of course one of -- eric is of course one of five trump children and has been five months. dave evans channel 7 eyewitness news. thank you, dave. days after the democratic
finally a winner. bernie sanders has conceded to hillary clinton. he says that he will not ask for a recount of votes. clinton led sanders by only about 1500 votes. that means that she swept tuesday's primary elections with wins in five states. new at noon, a man was arrested in long island for driving the wrong way on a highway, narrowly missing another vehicle. john cue sack was taken into custody in south hampton. two troopers witnessed him driving the wrong way on state route 27. they say he almost hit another car. he was arrested for driving while impaired by drugs. police are urging the man accused in a deadly stabbing in manhattan to turn himself in. wanted posters hang in harlem as police search for julio velazquez. he stabbed and killed a man at the 113th street subway station, but his daughter says he was just defending her.
dollar from her and punched her twice in the face. >> i called my dad, and i was me. can you please come. >> my son was probably scared daylights that my granddaughter was going to be another victim in the train. i think that was the upper most going to hurt my baby. >> reporter: the suspect's daughter says burgess who spent 18 years in prison for murder threatened to stab her, and her. police want people to be on the look out for more than just deals on cigars, and to be on the look out for fugitives who live on the island, those wanted by u.s. law enforcement. one of them joann chesmart who murdered a u.s. trooper in 19 1973 and escapeed. from the george washington bridge across the hudson river, we are looking at a temperature
feels pretty nice outside. it is windy. and these clouds are off to the north of the front that will drive southward through the area, make it colder for tomorrow. watching the storm developing that could give us snow on sunday. after school, looking at 56. breaks of sun, windy, and there could be a little sprinkle or shower in there, too. be ready for that, moms and dads and coaches. that will be coming up right after school. we're going to talk about the snow for sunday, next. david, back to you. last march, we lost a member of our eyewitness news family, and we are still mourning the loss of lisa colagrossi. the 49-year-old mom and wife died from a brain aneurysm, a day doesn't go by that we don't think about her and her family. >> this morning our newsroom gathered to honor her. eyewitness news anchor lori stokes got a chance to sit down with lisa's family at their home in connecticut. >> she is at peace and i know
unconditional love right now. and she's watching over the everything that we do. >> reporter: todd crawford is still getting used to being a single dad of two boys after the sudden passing of his wife lisa colagrossi. >> that whole day, i just felt shotgun was off, and when -- something was off, and when my dad came in, i knew i felt something. i think even before she passed that she was up in heaven. her soul was up in heaven. and she was trying to tell me. >> i was texting her, and she wasn't responding that much, but i didn't think much of it. i was like, oh, she's just in new york city doing her job. >> reporter: for almost 14 years, lisa covered some of the biggest stories in the tristate area, but last march, lisa died after suffering a brain aneurysm. >> we didn't know anything about brain aneurysms, let alone what the signs or symptoms were for brain aneurysms, and had we known,
now, i would have insisted and driven her to the emergency room to get an mri or a cat scan and maybe the outcome would have been different. >> reporter: it's become todd's mission to educate others through the lisa colagrossi foundation. todd says the foundation has already been credited with saving the lives of 8 people around the world. >> who are alive today as a result of our efforts to create awareness for the signs and symptoms, to talk about them, to urge people to get diagnosed. >> reporter: as for lisa's two boys, 15-year-old davis and 11- year-old evan. they know their mom is always with them. >> usually when i'm feeling sad, i just usually sit down somewhere and pray to her, and i know that she's always listening to me. >> that's why i don't get emotional sometimes because i always know she's still here. she's still watching over me. i can talk to her anytime. >> you can learn more about
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just shuttle service between the stations starting in the summer of 2017. the work needs to be done to prepare for supersandy related pairs on the l train. hoboken, transitioning from traditional parking meters to what's called pay by plate system. it uses photo graphic images of the vehicle's license plate to identify the customer responsible for payment, and does not require the driver to display a receipt on the dash board. a parking app will be available for download on your smart phone, the pay by play transition begins monday with meters located on hudson place. two sisters in new jersey are experiencing an influx of girl scout cookie orders after word spread about a rude enencounterrer they had with -- encounter with a nasty neighbors. they say they were verbally assaulted by a woman while going door to door in scotch plains. the woman yelled and cursed at them, claiming no one wanted their cookies.
department saw a facebook post about the girl's rude encounter and began passing cookie order sheets around the department. the girls have now sold hundreds of boxes. >> just weird, scary kind of thing. >> she just cussed out at us, they don't want any of those girl scout cookies, except she said the f word before that. >> oh, my goodness, i think everyone on the block has a grouchy neighbor that everybody talks about. >> who would say that. everybody loves girl scout cookies,. >> that's my point, are you kidding me. there's a big hug going out to them. an american teacher with a passion for travel gets arrested over seas. the message he sent to his
find out i drive a golf ball. i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto . xarelto is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, i had to deal with that blood testing routine. i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way. yeah, treatment with xarelto . hey, safety first. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto
increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more easily and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. xarelto may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines. xarelto can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising, or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto , watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto , tell your doctor about any kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. xarelto is the number one prescribed blood thinner in its class. well that calls for a round of kevin nealons. make mine an arnold palmer. same here. with xarelto there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto was the right move for us.
. former subway pitchman is facing a new lawsuit, a suit seeks $300,000, and the girl's attorney says she has suffered significant emotional trauma. fogle has paid restitution but they can still sue. his family is saying this is a case of mistaken identity. matt novak is an elementary schoolteacher in egypt. his passion is travel, but he ran into trouble during a recent visit to the united arab emirates. authorities threw him in jail. novack posted on facebook this may be a mistake, because someone stole his passport and identity in 2010. >> he's innocent, and we want to get things resolved because we know the longer he's over there, the harder it is going to be to get him home. >> reporter: novack is originally from kansas city.
page to fund expenses related to his capture. u.s. lawmakers are stepping in to help. we have recalling to tell you about concerning two popular brands ophite ma. bumble -- brands of tuna. the bumblebee is pulling tuna off its shelf. nearly 3000 cases of chucken of the sea are being recalled because the tuna may be undercooked. repairs are on the way to fix a massive hole in a mountain road. northern california is where you will find the crater. 500 feet long. 300 feet deep. it's the grand canyon of potholes. it's on a mountain highway that's partially collapsed after weeks of heavy rains caused by el nino and we're told it's only getting larger. the hole sits in the middle of the only north/south road in the area. the only way around it is a 200- mile, 5-hour long detour. next time you see a pothole in grand central or some other spot, don't complain.
>> it's incredible. >> look, i was on twitter and some of our viewers think there was an error in your forecast over the weekend. they saw an error there. >> i'll bite. go ahead. >> is it an error? what's happening on sunday? >> oh, is the snow forecast a mistake. >> they think there's a mistake in the graphic. >> let's go back to that pothole story. >> no one wants to talk about it. >> that way we can have a festival that david and i love called "sinkhole de mayo ." >> we have fair weather clouds as we look from our camera, across 59th street, and the dead zone, the hector softball field, toward 5th avenue. we have these fluffy nice, fair weather cumulus clouds, the winds gusting to 40 miles per hour this morning in the park
are covered up by the trees, so it actually might have been a 45 miles per hour wind gust. the pressure has been falling. yesterday's high was 63. we'll in in the upper 50s today. a little closer to normal, but above normal, nonetheless. before we go below normal tomorrow and into sunday, and really into next week, too. 53 at massapequa and north port, and poughkeepsie. we have 20 to 23 miles per hour winds out of the west, and as i was saying, here's some gusts at 35, 40 in the park. well, we'll have this front to the north kind of starting to sag down a maybe with a sprinkle, but it's colder air that's coming down with that front. ahead of it is the wind. down here is where our storm gets together with all the moisture, trekking up the coast to us. that's going to be coming in tomorrow. we start with these temperatures dropping tonight into the 40s. tomorrow we start in the 30s. and so it's going to be a cold day on saturday. gets to 46, maybe, with the wind it will feel like the 30s all day long before the snow
breezy and cooler, a few showers at 58. clear and colder tonight, 44. tomorrow, plenty of sun. it's not going to heat this air mass up. we're at 46. sunday, we're looking at a few inches of heavy, wet snow, lee goldberg, will have an updated version of just how much to expect coming up first at four, a few inches of snow. we'll be talking about that, and maybe a flurry early monday, but should be out of the way by monday, and we finally warm back up to real deal springtime weather by wednesday. >> that's what we're talking about. that's what we want to hear. >> awesome. >> in many ways, you are the ketchup to my mustard, the hot dog to my bun. >> who would write such a crazy thing. >> they're the vows only a couple can say after they renew their wedding vows at a hot dog joint. >> now it makes total sense. >> larry and jean cisco are on
in every state. their latest adventure took them to west virginia where they cristened the wedding chapel at hill billy hot dogs with their first ceremony. >> i love you more every day. i appreciate you more every day. and that's going to keep on going. >> oh, and still gets emotional. the couple has exchanged vows in eleven states so far. >> i was sure he was going to say i love you more than even the hot dogs. >> look, the wedding gifts. >> are you kidding me? >> this is out of control. >> it's different. >> nothing like your wedding. nothing like yours. >> we'll be right back, first, here's a look at what's coming up on the chew. winter is over and it's time to bring on spring. i've got two simple fabulous crafts to address up your home for easter. mario and michael are making a meal with seasonal ingredients
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i'm liz cho in the newsroom, here's what's coming up later on eyewitness news. it's been one of the most dangerous construction sites in new york city. after the buildings department let it reopen, who's overseeing what happens there. we're going to take you to a restaurant where it's just as popular to dine in as it is to carry out. and all the food comes in that cute little pot. we have those stories and much more beginning on eyewitness news. we love fridays, lauren brings food. >> food, leftovers, thank you, liz, appreciate it. time for the feed. begin with a facebook post by founder mark zuckerberg that is generating tons of interest. when we post a vacation picture we get a like or funny comment from a friend, when zuckerberg does it, the whole world wants him to do more of it. he wanted to celebrate a mile,
year, but followers were upset he didn't talk about the air pollution or the violent crack down against protesters at that square in 1989. it was like everyone had what about this, what about that. in the end, zuckerberg realizes you cannot please everyone. hearts are breaking all over social media for the grand dad who got stood up. check him out. kelcie harmon a college student from oklahoma tweeted this photo of her papa after five of six grand kids skipped out on the hamburger dinner he prepared. kelcie said she was tell he was disappointed and made sure to stick around and hang out with him. she never imagined that the tweet would blow up like it has. more than 70,000 re-tweets in less than 24 hours. i don't know if you have seen them. but there have been a plethora of memes. the world literally in tears over papa. he's pretty surprised by his newfound fame. >> i feel bad for him.
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see you later, winter weather. it's time to bust out the deliciousness of the season and bring on spring. mario and michael are bringing home the best of the farmers market to whip up a duo of fresh flavors you won't want to miss. then it's "clinton's craft corner," and he's got two fabulous crafts that will brighten up your home in an instant. plus, i'm in the kitchen with the incredibly talented seal, good it's like a kiss from a it's time to get your spring on, [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, everybody, welcome to you know, guys, winter is so over. we had a long cold couple of months, so i think it's time to thaw out and warm up. >> yeah.