tv Eyewitness News This Morning ABC March 19, 2016 6:00am-8:00am EDT
captions by: caption colorado, llc (800) 775-7838 e- mail: email@example.com good morning. it's 6:00 a.m. starting today, every, single tap at every school will be texted after elevated lead levels were found. >> no survivors this morning after a dubai flight carrying dozens of passengers crashes at a southern russian airport. this morning, details on what officials say is to blame for the tragedy. good morning.
dark this morning on this saturday, march 19th. thanks are changing. good morning, i'm michelle charlesworth. >> good morning, i'm lauren glassberg in for rob nelson. >> i had to put a coat on. >> i did, too, and i couldn't get it together this morning. >> meteorologist amy freeze joining us in our coordinated navies, blacks, and creams. >> you guys look terrific. >> i gotcha. >> it is the last day of winter, though, so you know, what can we say? a little chill in the air. the first day of spring will be different. not so much. we're looking at the possibility of snow coming in, so let's get you started on this morning. the temperatures right now is 37 degrees. north-northeast wind is tracking the moisture coming in from the west. windchills will catch your attention.
i feel like 33 is the combination of temperatures in the 30s and a bit of wind out there. watching the radar and accutrack. as that happens, moisture coming in, will the combination be right to brew snow that actually sticks and create a spring snowstorm? looks like the day falls on sunday, but it'll be a wet snow. accumulation on grassy surfaces is likely anywhere between 1 to 3 inches, but then we'll also look at the possibility of melting on impact and wet cold rain. over the next seven hours, a high of 46 in new york city. coming up, what we're looking for and getting the latest information for you, and the accuweather seven-day forecast. wow, what a week the first day
parents are on edge in the newark school system after high levels in the toxins in the water were found at 30 schools there. good morning to you, tony with the latest on this story. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. the school district along with the department of environmental protection will begin testing 12 schools a day, including the alexander street school here. these 12 schools are on the testing. is under way. all 67 schools in the district, as you said, will have this testing done after the 30 schools tested positive for higher than acceptable levels of lead. this past week, dozens of children were also tested for lead exposure. those test results are due back in about a week. governor christie spoke about the water dilemma.
released those findings, the state jumped in to help tests and to begin thinking about how they are going to correct the situation. >> there's no safe level of lead. we don't want lead to be in water anywhere, but i don't want people to get on a crisis thinking it's on the scale of flint or that level. it's absolutely nowhere near that. >> reporter: the governor says there is money in the school construction corporation budget to solve this problem. we also have state lawmakers asking for money in washington to help remediate some of the water projects like this. meantime, bottled water is being used in all of the schools that are affected. for now, we're live here in newark, toni yates, channel 7 "eyewitness news." >> and part of the probe by the manhattan u.s. attorney's
they are investigating unsafe and unsanitary conditions. residents with high levels of lead in their blood are at the center of this investigation. video shows the moment airplane exploded while crash landing in southern russia. all 62 on board were killed. the boeing 737 was operated by budget airline flying to dubai. the area was hit with strong wind gusts at the time. the plane had attempted to land. a spokesman at flight tracking site flight radar 24 says the plane missed its approach, circled the airport for two land. that's when the pilot and the plane, unfortunately, clipped a and caught fire. one of the flight recorders was found early this morning. there was another slashing and stabbing in manhattan. this time, a deliveryman in midtown last night near 31st
he is expected to survive. investigators are trying to piece together what led to the stabbing. a new clue this morning in the search for a man who police say slashed a stranger in brooklyn. police released this sketch of the suspect in last week's slashing. he approached a 53-year-old woman in broad daylight and cut her throat. she needed 13 stitches. police received two knives and a bandanna that had been covering the suspect's face. an accidental shooting ended on long island with one friend dead and the other under arrest. one of them just teenagers. so where did the gun come from and how did this happen? hundreds of people gathered last night. >> reporter: hours after their sudden loss, several hundred high school students stood in stark disbelief steps from where crime scene investigators were still searching for clues in the death of their friend wilson gill tores. tears instantly.
>> he wanted to just grow up, play baseball and everything. now basically, he's dead. i never expected it to be him. >> reporter: the death of the high school senior and his friend nefi reyes is now charged with his death after he was showing off a gun and accidentally fired it. the school was briefly placed on modified lockdown as police investigated. hours later, the shock spread across his friends who lit candles and tried to make sense of the senseless. >> how can somebody just pull the trigger? it's no accident. >> reporter: gill tores was shot once in the chest. while police do believe this was an accidental discharge, they have still arrested the teen who pulled the trigger, 18- year-old nefi reyes, expected to be arraigned on a charge of second degree manslaughter. john einiger, channel 7 "eyewitness news." today, protesters will march in a rally against presidential front-runner. protesters clashed with donald trump supporters last night as the republican candidate wrapped up a rally in salt lake city, utah. police in riot gear blocked the doors to the venue where trump was speaking. today, an anti-trump rally will be held at columbus circle. demonstrators will then march through trump towers. prime minister is speaking out about the current presidential campaign, considering what his successor could mean for his legacy. the president is on the sidelines when it comes to the democrats. he's not openly supported sanders or clinton. he's willing to stop donald trump, and was dismissive of trump's campaign but now says he feels dismayed by what he has seen on the campaign trail. >> we have heard divisive rhetoric aimed at
americans who don't look like us or pray like us or vote like we do. >> five years ago, president obama roasted trump even joking that if he were elected president, the white house would get a very interesting makeover. as trump continues to win primary after primary, the arguments against him are getting a much more serious tone. coming up on "eyewitness news" saturday morning, it was a dramatic raid. a key suspect in the paris attacks captured and arrested in brussels. we have the details just ahead. >> also ahead, after deliberating nearly six hours, a victory in the courtroom for former pro wrestler hulk hogan in his sex tape scandal. amy? >> well, we're here in the accuweather center tracking the possibility of snow sunday into monday. right now, the snowfall forecast 1 to 3 inches in the area. coming up, i'll explain why i think we're on the lower end of these amounts.
welcome back, waking up four months after the most wanted terror suspects launched a horrific and bloody series of attacks in paris. police have captured abdel is a loom. it was a violent capture. bill ritter has the story. >> it was nothing short of a heavily armed milt friday assault. residents running for cover, a s.w.a.t. team there where he was hiding out. wees shot in the leg opinion
forced into the police car. marked men now guard him. the only terrorist to survive the deadly, coordinated isis attacks in paris last november. attacks that killed 130 people in several locations. abdel salaam a french citizen raised in belgium rented the car that drove a team of suicide bomber today the soccer stadium in paris where blasts were set off. shoots rake out. a pregnant woman begging for help. it ways his brother -- it was his brother who set off the suicide arrests. this surveillance itch match captured it. since shown, authorities carried out more than 100 raids. the big break came to us in
one man killed, two others escape. one of them abdel is a loom. he left hint his fingerprints. >> that was bill ritter reporting. four other people were arrested, although it's unclear what, if anything, role they played. authorities are looking for others who may have helped abdel salaam while he was on the run. hulk hogan has been awarded $1150 million in his sex tape lawsuit. the former pro wrestler hugged his lawyers. hogan sued gawker for $100 million for posting the video of him having sex with his former best friend's wife. as we continue this morning, channel 7 is your home for united airlines nyc half marathon. >> we are taking you mile by mile introducing you to some of
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ceremony this weekend but the approaching cold weather is making you have to wait for next sunday. so that's march 26th instead of this weekend. >> yeah that's just rude. >> so it will be much warmer. >> the weather's rude. >> yeah, actually it is. >> here's what we've got. today is winter, tomorrow is spring. >> is it going to kill my flowers? >> the ones that are coming up now, hearty. >> own though the change of the seasons occurs. this means nothing but the
and it doesn't mean that the weather changes. it could snow tomorrow. >> that's the truth. it looks like the track of the system will take it a little off course. i don't think we'll have the balling of the storm. we begin this day with airmax of sun and clouds and a look at temperatures. you factor in the winds and we have feels-lick temperatures that -- feels-like temperatures that are 27 right now. areas in gray, 1 to 3 inches. areas in white 3 to 6. there could be higher amounts up into boston, 3 to 6 inches. we're on the lower side of this for the city. and while the temperatures will be cold and the know's going to come down heavy at times, it will be a wet snow and angle of the sun and track and all of that kind of thing. we're not expecting a huge storm out of this.
the other factor for us is it's coming into the day and evening hours. temperatures today are in the 40s, but we'll get to the 30s tomorrow as the snow comes in. not a big snowstorm, but it could be a big deal with travel and being slick and coming at the wrong time. windchills are in the 20s for monticello, and white plains feeling like 24 degrees right now money islip feels like -- islip feels like 29. a northerly wind is coming in bringing in chilly air. the united new york city half hair thon tomorrow looks like it could could be a cold start to us. so the bulk of the system is still back here. on the future cast, you can see that easily. the first piece of energy comes off to the south tonight. so we could see light rains through south jersey. tomorrow, the low pressure develops sort of east of us. it pulls a little bit of energy
at times, especially south and then it tykes its way off to the north and produces snow off to the northeast. a bit of a tricky storm. all in all, you can expect colder weather over the weekend. 10 to 12 degrees colder today. tonight, down to 32 with increasing clouds. tomorrow it's rain with wet snow, 37 degrees. so i would love the cold weather gear for the race tomorrow whether you are in it or spectating. you have to wear more layers if you are waiting for your favorite runner to come by times square. what a fantastic course it is. the accuweather seven-day forecast with a quick recovery on monday. 47 on tuesday. hey, hey, look at this. temperatures near 60 on wednesday. thursday 65, and friday right on cue, 68. >> see, she does know. >> that's why they are holding off on opening winter park. >> this you have it. let's talk about breakfast. i see a black and white cookie over there. >> why are you calling me out?
alert, we've heard the advice, don't skip breakfast. new research finds two breakfasts are actually better than one. >> what? >> yes, two-breakfast diet. researchers at yale university, so you know you can trust them. they found children who skip breakfast are twice as likely to be overweight compared to those who eat first at home and then have another breakfast at school. so we've got to get cracking, women. we've got to start eating more breakfasts. have two of them. >> i'm sure cookies do not count as breakfast and the fact that i'm trying to pass my breakfast off as a cookie. >> marilyn, thank you for
it's 6:25. time now for sports with laura behnke. thursday, there were some upsets as they had the big time upset that waited until yesterday. yesterday afternoon, michigan state against the blue raiders copeland with the three-paint play. after the turn overit's reggie upsaw with the dunk. so who will they face next?
against dayton in st. louis yesterday. dayton kept is interesting in theerly going. then mally kai richardson had 21 points. we had a buzzer butter iowa at temple in overtime. the putback at the buzzer ensured themselves a spot. all that from barclay center in brooklyn. the grapefruit league season. last night, david white made his spring game debut bar coal
run run bomb allowing eight runs in knife innings. the mets still found themselves in a big hole late. this is a positive, though. michael con for toe, a grand slam. the mets still fall. also last night, the yankees hosting the oreo controls. gave up the home run to mark trumbo. he did not get a lot better from there. in the forth knocking him around. he was removed from the game, allowed seven runs four earned in six hits. 11-2, the yankees fall. and while the yankees are busy in florida, new york city football clip keeping an eye on the stadium. goals hard to come by, but orlando did strike in the seventh minute.
the strike. all they would need, 1-nil. aim laura bank -- i'm laura behnke. we're back at 5:00. there is lots more coming. >> lead testing of the water supplies in newark possible schools begins today. i'm toni yates. i'll have an update coming up. less ahead, new information on the eight american sailors injured when a landing cable on the flight deck snapped as a plane touched down. we have the latest on their conditions. meteorologist amy freeze. looking at the sunrise coming up. it absolutely is a gorgeous start. we've got 37 degrees on the thermometer. if we rate this day on a scale of 1-10, we might make it halfway up the chart. it is a five today. clouds move in quick.
wow that's pretty. look at that nice sunrise coming up on ada morning, march 19th. >> that's something nice to wake up to. if you are not up yet, wake up. >> it woke me up. good morning, everybody. emmarble charlesworth. -- i'm michelle charlesworth. >> and i'm in for rob nelson, who's probably sleeping. >> so nice. >> i have my warm booties over there. meteorologist amy freeze, you have some explaining to do. what the heck. >> this is the last day of winter. just brace for it it. the fist day of spring will be better.
it feels brisk. there's a bit of a wind anded clouds increase throughout the day. the storm system is coming in. a lot of the energy will stay south. so the snow totals are adjusting. some people could see 9,'s specially northward you could see hardly any snow at all. areas to the south could see up to 3 inches of snow. as we go throughout the next 24 to 36 hours, though, messy precipitation in parts of the area that could make for tricky travel, so just because of that. tomorrow morning for the race, our temperatures will be in the 30s to start for the united half marathon. north road runners heading out for the start of the race tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. we'll be right there at the start line. you'll need to bundle up and be ready for chilly air. windchills right now are in the 20s just to the north say 33 in central park. they will be lower than they are right now at tomorrow this time, at the same time. what you need to be ready for is colder air here over the weekend. winds are coming out of the
so we have dim sunshine throughout the day today. here comes this system. it will be a batch of energy coming out but the real system gets hardly any snow from it. still a heads-up with the potential for wet snow that could be on grassy surfaces. so i'll have the information coming in all morning on this. right now, we'll go temperatures today at 46 degrees in new york city. coming up, the full accuweather forecast. i'll see you then, michelle. >> thank you so much, amy. parents are a bit anxious in new jersey. lead testing begins today in the newark school district after annual tests showed high levels of the toxin in the watter at 30 public schools. toni yates joins us live with more on the story. good morning, toni. >> reporter: good morning again, michelle. under the guidance of the epa, they began testing 12 newark schools today, including the alexander street school.
the priority one list for this testing. an entire quality control protocol has been established to document them and to test them. all 67 schools in the district will have this testing about done. this is after you said 30 schools tested positive for higher than acceptable levels of lead. this past week, also, dozens of children were tested for lead exposure. their test results will be due back in about a week. governor christie spoke about the dilemma. he says once the superintendent realized the findings, they began correcting the situation. we also spoke to newark's mayor. >> we've been providing water, testing children, educating people around lead. remaidiation would -- remediation would take millions to fix lead pipings in schools.
lawmakers in washington are also asking for federal moneys. all of the schools that are affected will continue to be served with bottled water. for now, we're live in newark, toni yates, "eyewitness news." eight sailors are recovering after being hurt off the coast of virginia. six sailors were air lifted to be treated for nonlife- threatening injuries. officials say they were hurt when the arresting gear, the cables that hook onto an aircraft bring it to a stop when it lands on the carrier broke during a routine landing. the aircraft was able to safely fly back to its base. three teenage boys in washington state are accused of sexually assaulting a teen girl and posting the attack on social media. the boys were arrested after a woman says she found her daughter in her backyard shed partially undressed and covered with scratches. police say the boys and 15- year-old girl were dranking in the shed earlier this week when the victim passed out.
up the girl with an electrical wire and sexually assaulting her, posting the whole thing on snap chat. >> parents really need to be aware of the different applications and apps that are out there that can do this kind of thing. teenagers are really good at hiding text messages, pictures, and videos. this is an example of it. >> the boys are between the ages of 13 and 17. police say the cell phone used to post the pictures of the assault belongs to the victim's younger sister, who was there during the attack. she told police she had to hide well. the prep school graduate convicted of sexual assault is back in police custody after being accused of violating his bail conditions. a judge revoked owen la brie's bail after he violated his curfew at least eight times. he was con vicinitied of -- convicted of assaulting a girl. curfew was part of the bail
the requirement that he register as a sex offender. affordable housing or affordable parking? they are both hard to come by and the battle between the two is being waged with locals asking why they have to choose one mover the other. there is a proposal to replace three parking garages on west 108th street with affordable housing units. people claim the loss of parking spaces will lead to drivers fighting on the street. >> what do you do with 375 cars or whatever it is plus the other ones, which comes out to, i think, 600 and change? what do you do with them? >> the other side of the argument comes from new york city hall that says it will provide nearly 300 homes for low-income families and seniors and 110 new beds for the homeless.
seeing a rally behind a grandfather who wanted to share dinner with his granddaughter. one of her showed her paw paw eating the dinner he cooked for her and her five cousins, but she was the only one who showed up. >> aw. >> aw was right. the picture was retweeted 140,000 times with many social media users reminding everyone to make their families a priority. drinking on the job is not only allowed but encouraged and a new trend that's seen a boom in keg deliveries. the beer flows at power views in chicago not just on st. patrick's day, but every day. its ceo says the beer is refreshing and stimulates creative thinking. one keg distributor says it now supplies more than 100 companies in chicago that want to prove they are not bland, stuffy work places. no, they are just wasted. >> i think we are bland, stuffy, and corporate here.
i don't think we need any more createtivity. my heavens, what's going on at these other placesp. >> what's up with chicago? coming up on this saturday morning. dramatic video showing a crash that caused a car to flip off the side of a bridge and plummet into the ohio river. that's just ahead. >> and meteorologist amy freeze
tesla is expanding its networks to 105 charging stations in manhattan giving manhattan three times the number of charging stations than gas stations. there are about 40 gas stations still in business on manhattan, but that keeps falling as developers buy up the space and build high rises and apartment buildings, garage buildings, whatever. >> we're trying to figure out where the 40 gas stations are. >> we can't figure it out. about four or five. >> i know one on the west side. >> that used to be maybe six on the west side. >> only one car can fit in there. >> all right. >> last day of winter right here. >> woo hoo! >> and it feels like it. >> we roll in with spring and wish the calendar would cooperate with us. right now, we're looking at very cold temperatures, especially compared to yesterday. we have 57 for the high yesterday. today, we'll be lucky if we get 46 out. situation. the atmosphere is certainly
there's a bit of a windchill out there, so it feels colder. make sure you have the extra layers and bundle up with the scarf that serves you well. the skies are mixed with sun and clouds to start off this day. what a beautiful look. it's all the way doen to 1 world trade. let's catch the numbers at the park. humidity 50% and a northeast wind at 3 miles per hour. the place, looks like it will be east of us and it will eventually develop well offshore. the futurecast is putting out maybe a trace in some places. other models and some of the dynamics of the atmosphere shows snow could fall.
way of snow stacking up. well all be bundled up and ready for cold weather. the winds coming out of the north will see the energy from the west parking through. how it all stacks up for us is a cold weekend and temperatures gradually improve. so today, mid-40s and temperatures returning to 50s and 60s by the end of the week. you can see how this scoots just to the south of us. then when this gets off shore, we think it brays more snow -- it brings more snowfall. if there's any switch on how that develops it could bring higher amounts. for our area, a trace to 3 inches. we'll see some people get snow that accumulates.
grassy areas. slick travel will be the main impact from this. 10 to 12 degrees colder. we go with increasing clouds and 32. yes, we have freezing temperatures as this comes in. if the precipitation is in the right spot, the snow doesn't stack up. that's how we play it. quick rerecovery on monday. 47 on tuesday with mostly sunny skies. wednesday, it's warmer with afternoon rain and temperatures really bounce back late in the week. 68 on friday. so a nice warm-up coming in our direction as we head into next weekend. all in all, you'll need to be ready tomorrow for wet snow in parts of the area. i think it starts as just a little flurry activity south of the city. so maybe even some wet showers during the day tomorrow through south jersey. it's not a huge mess. it's not a pretty start to spring. >> right. >> but it is what it is. >> get over it, people. >> i'm saying it is what it is. this time of year, we can get
in the top snowstorms in history in new york city there is one for the month of march, which i will have for you in the 7:00 hour. >> all right. as long as we don't have it for real tomorrow. as long as it's history. >> that's it. before we go to break, let's look at today's channel 7 community calendar. >> reporter: it's the channel 7 community calendar for saturday, march 1 9th. one of a kind works such as paintings, ceramics, sculpture, photography and more will be on view at the first annual welcome spring fine art and craft fair on long island. the third annual spring icon takes place in the bronx. activities include arts and crafts, potato sack races, dancing, yoga, and reading with the bunny. in brooklyn it's free
farmhouse engaging hands-on activities and scavenger hunts are on tap for more. sing along with nappy's puppet at the westport library and witness one of the most wonderful forms of puppetry. jam to electric music for a mix of talented performances and do good to benefit the long beach soup kitchen at the sixth annual folks to funk festival and food drive. for more information about these events and to submit an event that may be featured on
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i got a chance to spend time with him. >> i like a little journey. don't stop believing. >> yeah, you know what i mean? >> felix has lost 50 pounds but gained comfort and confidence. he is the maitre d' at 49th and 6th. what is the most amazing things you guys make that you've got to get? >> you have to get the double eagle steak. it's amazing. >> reporter: no steaks these days who says the one pastal event made him put down the fork and place up and get out there. >> i tried to go on a roller coaster ride with my son and i couldn't fit. so that was it. >> reporter: you were done? >> done. >> josh is there when i'm looking at the pizza bread
>> reporter: what does he do here? >> he is a is a wine guy. >> reporter: everyone there is cheering for him as he makes life changes. >> running towards the world trade center, that's write got married at the top of the world trade center. it happens to be on my anniversary at the same time. so tess all working out. call of the stars arleneing. >> good for him. >> so tomorrow is his 17th wedding anniversary. felix, happy anniversary. >> we'll have a steak for youp. >> a double eagle steak. he says that's the big one. >> that's great. maybe we'll have the single eagle. when we come back, a powerful new exhibit feature
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>> it was a wonderful fit for me. really this message of recognizing and celebrating women in our fullness. >> reporter: her mother is, of course, one of the most celebrated women of motown. so it's no surprise that diana ross inspired her children to trust their instincts and -- >> no what your dreams are. identify those for yourself and keep moving on that path towards those things. i was very blessed to have a mother who not just spoke those things to us as her kids, but she also lived them. >> reporter: the daughter has stepped out from under the legend's big shadow to forge her own identity. >> i get to blossom and continue to become more myself as i get older. >> reporter: sandy kenyon, channel 7 "eyewitness news." >> i know. whoa. coming up in the next hour of "eyewitness news" on a saturday morning, we're following a developing story out of russia. a plane has crashed killing dozens of people.
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>> plus, police on long island are trying to pinpoint the source of a gun after a teen is shot and killed by his friend. >> more protests are expected today for presidential front- runner donald trump. details on where marchers are taking their route to get their voices heard in manhattan. good morning to you. look at that sunrise! that is beautiful. thanks so much for joining us on this saturday, march 1 9th. that is the peak of sunrise. >> thanks, guys upstairs. i'm michelle charlesworth. >> i'm lauren glassberg. welcome to the 7:00 hour of "eyewitness news" saturday morning. >> it's chilly outside. >> yeah, but the sun is deceptive. >> as we say good-bye to winter, we say hello to meteorologist amy freeze. >> good morning. the official sunrise time is 7:01. it's happening right now and it does look beautiful.
empire state building and we look down to 1 world trade. it is a gorgeous site over manhattan. 37 degrees, colder than we were yesterday, for sure. what a beautiful sky we've got going on here early this morning. we'll have dim sunshine. 36 degrees turns into the mid- 40s. we compare that to yesterday's 57. here are the headlines. the snow and rain coming in. snow's not really stacking up but it could make for tricky travel. temperatures bounce back real fast in the seven-day forecast. watching this particular model looking for accumulations, snow falls over these areas so maybe the grassy areas that accumulates. it's been a chickee system to
timing of it as well. we're limited by the actual numbers that calls for the showers increasing today. in the city, woo he go for a high of 46. >> villing right now, a -- developing right now, all 62 people were killed on a plane crash. the boeing 737 was operated by budget airline fly dubai. officials in russia say the area was hit with strong wind gusts at the time the plane was attempting to land. a spokesman at the flight tracking site flightradar 24 says it missed its approach and circled the airport for two hours before trying to land. that's when it clipped a wing on the ground exploding and catching fire. here at home, we turn now
another round of testing starts today. investigators will be checking out all district water fountains and faucets for elevated levels of lead. toni yates joins us live with details. good morning to you, toni. >> reporter: good morning to you, michelle. the school district along with the department of environmental protection will begin testing 12 schools today including the alexander street school here. these 12 schools are on the priority one list for this testing. protocols with quality control has been established to get the water, collect the water samples from all of the water sources in the buildings to document and then test them. all 67 schools in the district will have this testing done. this is after 30 schools tested positive for the higher than acceptable levels of lead. this past week, dozens of children were also tested for lead exposure. their test results are due back in about a week. governor christie spoke about the water dilemma. he says once the superintendent
state jumped right in to help test and began figuring out how to correct the situation. >> there's no safe level of led. we don't want led to be in water anywhere. it's no where is where near the level of flint -- it's nowhere near the levels of flint. >> reporter: they want to reimmediate why it once they fix the problems. now we're live in new work, toni yates, channel 7 "eyewitness news." high school students holding candles in honor of a teenager who died yesterday afternoon. police say his friend nefi
when it went off shooting gill tores in the chest. >> he was such a good guy, too. >> he wanted to just play baseball and everything. that's basically what he did. i never knew this could have been him. i never expectd it. >> the shooting happened at a home just a quarter mile away from the teen's high school. modified lockdown. a rally as protesters clashed with donald trump supporters last night as they wrapped up in utah. they blocked the doors in the rally where trump was speaking. today, an anti-trump rally will be happening in columbus circle. president obama is speaking out about the current presidential campaign and
could mean for his legacy. the president on the sidelines he is willing to step up when it comes to stopping donald trump. he says he feels dismayed by what he sees on the campaign trail. >> we have heard vulgar and dismissive rhetoric against minorities, women and those who don't pray like us, look like us. >> if trump with are elected, the white house would get an interesting makeover. as trump continues to win primary after primary, the arguments against him are taking a much more serious tone. authorities are looking for an armed man impersonated a driver. he pulled over a driver in t neck last saturday using blue
he told her, the woman who that he was a detective and she was speeding. she says he even had a gun hole starred on his hip and she drove away. >> smart. coming up on "eyewitness news" saturday morning, a survivor of last month's deadly crane collapse wants millions of dollars from the city. hear how much he's asking for. >> also ahead, you don't have to travel to rome to follow the pope. how his holiness is expanding his web presence today. . >> meteorologist amy freeze here. looking at the latest information coming in, and it looks like very little snow for our area. to the south of us, a trace to 3 inches south of us. everything keeps shoving the energy and moisture off to the east. we have to be ready for tricky travel for parts especially south of the city.
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welcome back. a man who survived last month's deadly crane collapse is suing the city. he was sitting in his car when the crane slammed onto his roof. his attorney says the city did not take appropriate precautions, despite the weather forecast for wind and snow. a 38-year-old man was killed in that same collapse. the baltimore ravens are
teammate killed in a dirt bike crash. tray walker critically hurt when his dirt bike collided with a truck on thursday night in miami. he died at the hospital yesterday. walker played one year in the nfl mostly on special teams. ravens' coach john harbaugh released the statement calling the 23-year-old a young man with a good and kind heart. production's been shut down on the latest installment of the maze runner franchise after the star was badly injured on the set. dylan o'brien rushed to the hospital after an accident on the set. the author of the book series on which the movies are based posted on twitter saying o'brien's injuries are not life- threatening and production has been postponed but not canceled. hulk hogan has been awarded $115 million in his sex tape lawsuit against gawker media. the former pro wrestler hugged his lawyers after the verdict came down. jurors in florida reached their decision after less than six
hogan sued gawker for $100 million for posting a video of him having sex with his former best friend's wife. new research shows a high number of work place injuries every year even where occupation standards are highest. more than 10,000 people suffered severe injuries on the job last year and among those hurt, nearly 3,000 needed amateur station. those -- amputation. those come from states where the standards are higher. herb is a says the majority of the accidents came from the manufacturing industry. target is rolling out new shopping carts to help its shoppers who have special needs. starting today, each of target's stores across the country will have at least one of the newly designed carts. they feature a larger harness equipped seats made for those shopping with children or adults with special needs. it began testing them last year
those used to maneuvering ai wheelchair and shopping cart through the aisles. instagram users will be feeling a little more hashtag blessed starting today. the pope launches his account today under his latin name. he'll probably not have a lot of trouble finding followers. the pope's twitter account is followed by 9 million people. pope francis says he uses social media to reach out to catholics around the world. >> 9 million on twitter? there you go. >> almost as many as you have, michelle. >> yeah, right. straight ahead, lots of guys and gals get decked out in prom fashion for free today. that sounds good. that looks like my prom. whoa! i don't know, we looked really bad at my prom. details happening in new jersey. we've got the big hair. woo. wasn't advisable. coming up in sports, lots of busted brackets this morning. we'll check out the upsets and
governor andrew cuomo: there is an unhealthy income inequality gap that is only growing. if you work full-time you shouldn't have to choose between paying the rent and buying food. i say lift up the working families of this state and pay a real decent wage. we fight until this nation fulfills its promise of opportunity for all and that's what this
to say he's the fastest santa. >> was that a raccoon hat? that was awesome. you go, santa claus. >> i love tubing. >> it's escaping my mind right now. it's too at the foot of -- it's at the foot of michelle's drive by. >> i'm not into tubing. >> whatever. >> i like to steer. i like the steering. >> you won't be able to ski around the city, but we will have a little bit of light snowe snow.
white. >> all right. >> precipitation falling plainly through the south. we look up the river and you can see beautiful skies start off this day. not bad at all. here are some of the things we're tracking. first of all, yes, it's possible that we could have snow, even big snows in the month of mar of. 1888, we had a 21 inch snowstorm. that makes the top totals there of all time snowstorms. definitely not looking for that but it's still possible to get snow. first day of spring tomorrow. we have 36 degrees in the park. normal highs 51. don't think we'll get it today. below average and the record is 76 set back in 1918. change. watch this, temperatures in the mid-30s, you are cold. 31 for you. we look widespread across the area. temperatures are anywhere colder. poughkeepsie is 19 degrees across the market.
20s and 30s and it is a chilly, brisk start across the area. so bundle up. you'll neated scarf and gloves. it will be a little chilly. yesterday's high is 57. temperatures bounce back really quick. radar and satellite shows it. it takes the synergy down to the south. that's the first pulling of energy. maybe some cold rain tonight for south jersey. then the snow futurecast shows us that there is the possibility of some snow falling in the area. accumulations very light just to the south. it is a very close call here. earlier in the week, we talked about the scenarios and the potential of what could happen over the next 36 hours. we take it a little further to the east, this low pressure system, and it is a very low impact. we've got the cold air in place. if there was a shift to the west we could potentially see
of the city stacking up maybe an inch or two and some amounts in the highest elevations might be above that. it's not a lot. it's not a big deal. most of this is happening offshore. you see how close the call is offshore. cold enough, increasing clouds and tomorrow it's cloudy and rain. we've got tuesday 47 degrees. mostly sunny skies. it will be a great day on tuesday, very brisk and refreshing, and then we've got wednesday with some wednesday afternoon rain and we bounce the temperatures right back into the 60s. thursday 65. friday near 70 degrees. so a warming trend certainly coming in before next weekend. i cannot wait until tomorrow morning to see all of the runners at the start line of the united half marathon.
right out there at the start line. there goes that news van. give us a shout out. we'll bring you late stories. you do the harlem hill goes through times square and only the second time in the year where it's every closed down. so cool. >> 13.1 milesp. >> are you ready? >> i'm ready to be interviewing people no were profiledp. >> oh you are not running? >> i'm running. >> she does it all. she'll also be mack extra maying on the way -- macameing along the way. just kidding.
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turnover. 09-81. the first big upset of the face next? 10 steed syracuse tipping off against dayton. dayton kept is interesting in the early going but then malachi richardson started a big day. the orange ran away with it in the second. michael with the three fro from the top of the key. tieing to roberson for the alley-oop. 70-51, so orange gives middle tennessee next. we had a buzzer beater. iowa in temple in overtime. adam woodbury is the hero. his putback at the buzzer gave the hawkeyes the win over the owls ensuring themselves the spot. all of that from barclays center in brooklyn. the grapefruit league season already passed the halfway point. last night, david wright made
the mets hosted the nationals. wright playing third base. bartolo colon took this one. he allowed eight runs in five innings. while wright's debut was a success, he went 2 for 3 including this single on the very first pitch he saw. the mets found themselves in a big hole late. this is a positive, though. michael connforto. cc sabathia on the mound. the veteran still fighting for the fifth rotation spot. once again, though, did not help his cause. gave up the home run to mark trumbo. he allowed three runs in the first inning. did not get better. two more runs score and that would be it for sabathia. he was removed from the game, allowed seven runs, four earned on six hits and three and two- thirds of an inning. 11-
while the yankees are busy in grahe. new york city football club is keeping an eye on the stadium for them. in the bronx, goals hard to come by, but orlando did strike in the seventh inning. the strike, all they would 1-nil. orlando gets the win. i'm laura behnke. tonight at 5:00. all right, that's a plan. coming up, we have a look at today's top stories.
is it already march 19th? >> i think so. >> welcome to "eyewitness news." >> what's rob doing? >> he's in trouble somewhere, causing trouble in trouble. no, just kidding. hopefully he's sleeping, right? >> he deserves it 37. >> meteorologist amy freeze knows exactly what i'm talking about. >> we keep tabs on him. >> we do. >> they went down to new orleans. >> last time he brought the came with a plastic baby in it. >> i don't recall that. >> they have some sort of cake and each person takes a piece. whoever gets the plastic baby in the cake, they are lucky. he says no, no, no, they have to buy the next cake. i said, you are changing the rules. >> that is awesome.
31 right now for you. 37 degrees and the temperature change is 20 degrees colder right now. grab the scarf as you head out door this morning. new yorkerly winds setting the stage for the cold at moss fear. first dose of cold rain it is a we'll close call for us. the computer models are tending to play this down as sort of a low scenario event for any snow accumulation on the actual road surfaces. so just slippery travel. high 46 expected this afternoon. much more coming up in the accuweather seven-day forecast. i'll see you then, michelle.
police are searching for the cab driver involved in a deadly hit and run. it happened at 17th street and first avenue around 4:30 this morning. police are telling us a 44- year-old woman was in the street when she was hit by a cab. the driver continued going, leaving her in the street. a cane was found nearby. it may belong to the victim. she was rushed to the hospital where she passed away. topping our news this morning, another phase of testing begins in new work this morning. this time, teams will be analyzing school buildings throughout the district for elevated lead levels. toni yates joins us live with the details on today's sampling plan. >> reporter: good morning, the school district along with the department of environmental protection will begin testing 12 schools today. their water supplies including the alexander street schools. these schools are on the priority one list for the testing. quality control protocol that's
water samples from the water sources in the building to document and test them. all 67 schools in the district will have this testing done. this is after 30 schools tested positive for higher than acceptable levels of lead. this past week, also, dozens of children were tested for lead exposure. their test results should be back in about a week. governor christie spoke about the water dilemma. he says once the superintendent realized the findings, the state jumped in to help and the tests began to figure out how to correct the situation. >> providing water, testing children, educating people around lead. i mean, that's just a reactionary response. remediation would take even schools. leaders in washington getting problems.
affected will continue getting bottled water. toni yates, channel 7 "eyewitness news." >> police say it halved last night. the deliveryman is in the hospital, bellevue this morning. he is expected to survive. investigators are trying to piece together what led to the stabbing. >> and a new clue this morning in the search for the man who slashed a stranger in brooklyn. police have released a sketch of the suspect in last week's slashing in the park. he approached a 53-year-old woman in broad daylight and cut her throat. she needed 13 stitches. at the scene, police recovered two knives and an american flag bandanna that he was using to cover his face. and a judge has been requested to vacate a verdict. the attorneys handling peter landing's appeal require that
require liang to issue cpr and that he was grocery inadequately trained. and there are questions about whether or not the training was adequately provided. appearing before a judge in manhattan federal court yesterday. he was convicted of conspiring to hide payments for work that he did for republican congressional candidates. rowland resigned as governor in 2004 during a corruption scandal. >> affordable housing or affordable parking. it's a battle between the two on the site with locals asking why they have toes could one over the other. there is a proposal to replace three parking garages with hundreds of affordable housing
many claim the loss of parking spaces will lead to drivers fighting on the street. >> what do you do with 375 cars or whatever it is plus the other ones, which comes out to 600 and change? what do you do with them? and then the people that come to look for parking during the day that work here? >> the other side of the argument comes from city hall which says the proposed project would provide nearly 300 homes for low-income families and seniors and 110 new beds for the homeless. art lovers are celebrating opening weekend for new york city's space for modern art. the met opened its doors for the whitney, the upper east side gallery space is debuting with three main exhibitions. it includes special programs and family day tomorrow with events for all ages.
supposed to have its opening ceremony this weekend but the approaching cold weather and stormy weather raining on that parade. for die hard guests who don't mind the rain and cold, the amusement park is expected to be open but the opening ceremonies will be held on march 26th when the weather is expected to be warmer. >> you have to hold off on your flame throwing. >> right. coming up on "eyewitness news" on saturday morning, gearing up for the new york city half marathon. many people will be running with a purple tomorrow. we'll check out one woman who was hitting the pavement to help families who are dealing with tragedies. >> and spring is around the
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>> that's not good. >> huh-uh. >> no. >> first of all, that would never get past the doorman. >> it's like the roomba has gone pizza delivery. >> what's to keep someone from taking the pizza? >> exactly. >> breaking in. >> these are robots. >> these are our thoughts. listen. >> road pizzas next. next. a little chilly coming in. >> last day's winner, don't forget me is what they are out like a lion. i was going to say in like a lamb, but it's not going to be april beginning with cold rain even snow possible. the larger amounts of snow that were perhaps a possibility looking less and less likely as the storm system develops off shore and the track really makes it impossible for to us see deep snow.
wow, what a start to this day. i love it. empire state building and one world trade. clouds come in, increase and dim the sunshine that we've got early on. we've also got a northerly wind that will keep us cool throughout the day. so 36 degrees right now. you'll notice the difference. it's colder than yesterday at the same time. it's below average all weekend long. on long island, 35 degrees. looking at this big picture here over the entire tri-state, 20 degrees colder than yesterday at the same time. grab your scarves, being all bundled up. windchills are in the 20s and colder with chilly temperatures and brisk winds. during date, the clouds will increase and temperatures are stalled out inned mid-40s. the atmosphere is, yes, going to be cold enough tonight and tomorrow to support snow development.
in first for south jersey. late tonight is cold rain. tomorrow during the day, we're looking at these scenarios of the cold air returning. then what could happen. rain mixing to wet snow if the system was a little closer to the shoreline or this lower impact of snow just off to the east of the city. it looks like right now we might get the rain to wet snow but the shift is so far to the east, the impact should be low and slick roadways will be the main impact. i think that runners tomorrow morning, you get a decent race. close call, right? late tonight for south jersey, we get the cold rain. maybe some light snow flurries falling. tonight we start with the clouds and cold temperatures. this low develops there offshore. possibility of us getting into the deep snow doesn't look likely. so 10 to 12 degrees colder than it was yesterday. 46 the high. tonight, down to the freezing point, increasing clouds. not a mess tomorrow. expected to be more wet than white. it's going to be cold, though. 37 degrees for the high.
we take monday as a quick recovery day, 45. we're at mostly sunny and 47 for tuesday. temperatures really look good. second half of the week. first full week of spring here. we go 59 on wednesday, thursday. 65 degrees and then friday 68. all in all, this spells spring- like weather where we can get a dose of cold in april or start to warm things up and go above average. that's how this one plays out. say good-bye to winter later today on the calendar. expect it to stick around at least through the weekend in the form of weather. you know, the idea or con set of the calendar changing does nature. >> you say this. mother nature does not abide. >> i think ben franklin said time is not weather. the calendar is not weather. i just said it. future. >> ben franklin said climate is not weather. i'm saying the calendar is not trademark it. >> we should put you on the
>> okay. >> i like it. >> sold! >> sounds good. [ laughter ] coming up on "eyewitness news" saturday morning, some runners in the new york city half marathon will be taking on the route with a good cause. hear about one athlete who is running in memory of her loved ones and supporting a charity tragedy. >> before we go to break, let's go to the community calendar. to play. [music] >> reporter: it's the channel 7 community calendar for saturday, march 19th. here's what's happening in your community. one of a kind works such as paintings, ceramics, sculpture wood crafts and photography and more will be on view at the first annual welcome spring fine art and craft fair on long island. the third annual spring egg hunt takes place at the williams bridge oval recreation center in the bronx.
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heart of times square for the united half marathon. you know, the new york road runners put this on, but thousands of runners from all over come and participate. it is a terrific race. tomorrow during the half, some of the participants and runners are going to be there because they love to run. others have been inspired to run for charities and raise money for causes that really matter to them. so we're about to introduce you to a woman from staten island who's running on behalf of tuesday's children. >> reporter: caitlyn is running to show she remembers. >> to me, my dad was invincible. it was never a thought that something would happen to him. >> reporter: joe was one of 11 fdny from rescue 5 that were lost when the twin towers fell. caitlyn was just 8 years old when her dad was taken away. no question caitlyn and the firehouse remember him. >> my dad was working the night before. he had worked the night shift. came home early that tuesday morning. i had school. he picked me up, brought me back to the firehouse because
breakfast here with the guys. he made me french toast, took me to school, i hugged him good- bye and i didn't realize it was the last day i would see him. >> reporter: she remembers how tuesday's family remembers her and her family and the comfort they bring. >> still 14 1/2 years later, what they are still doing. >> reporter: she committed to raise a dollar for each 9/11 soul lost. she surpassed her goal, convinced she is not doing this alone. >> he's what keeps me motivated. when i want to quit, i think about what he did that day. he went and ran and he didn't stop and give up. neither will i. >> reporter: her brother chris now fdny is proud of her. >> this is what got us through the hard times early on. the hard work continues to keep the 9/11 memorial going in, in memory of those who we lost on 9/11. we don't forget.
trade comes into sight just past mile 10? >> for me, running past the 9/11 memorial when i get downtown is going to be an emotional part of the run for me, but it's also what's going to push me through those last few miles. again, i'll think about my dad day. finish. >> how touching. >> look at her shirt. did you see what she had around >> really beautiful. >> her family will be there cheering for her. she campaigned on facebook to raise money and updated the number she's set. good for her. she's still taking contributions. you can find more on our web site, abc7ny.com. >> great story, amy. >> and again, bewith us tomorrow. >> yeah. marathon tomorrow. you can track the runners to see how they are doing. you can track it on abc7ny.com. amy will be there in the morning running as well. >> man, can't forget those
>> i will be with caitlyn for part of the race tomorrow. so during the live broadcast, you can see how she's doing along the route. that will be fun. big cats, super cats, whatever you call them. ollie a 17th birthday today. loyal cat here on "eyewitness news." we've got manny sent in by jennifer garcia this morning and simba and henry just chilling on a saturday. we've got daisy sent in via twitter this morning out on the prowl is the twitter handle. i like that. finally sasha, beautiful catp. we love your eyes.
coming up in a few minutes, "good morning america's" weekend edition. >> they join with us a preview. >> coming up on gma, we're tracking a breaking story overnight. a deadly plane crash caught on camera. a fly due buy flight brought down in -- a fly dubai flight brought down due to low visibility and heavy winds killing all 62 on board. >> plus, only a few hours of deliberations, a jury rewarded hulk hogan $115 million, a huge victory over the web site gawker after it posted a secretly recorded video of the wrestler having sex.
ahead. finally, march madness is back and boy, is it ever in full swing. many people already finding their brackets busted after some major upsets. we'll have the best moments and more coming up. my bracket is pretty much done, but hey, it's march madness. you guys have a great show. we'll see you soon. >> all right. we'll be watching you guys. thank you, paula. new jersey officials are testing the waters in schools after reports of elevated lead levels. >> tony yates is live with the latest. good morning, tony. >> reporter: good morning again, ladies. a dozen schools are on that priority one list for testing. that testing being done today. experts are going into the schools to collect samples of water from the fountains and faucets. 30 schools recently tested above average for levels of lead. this past week, dozens of early childhood students were tested at schools for lead exposure levels. these results are due back in about a week.
be conducted through april 11th. all 67 schools in the district will be tested. governor christie says this is definitely a problem that needs to be and will be corrected. however, he says lead levels are nowhere near crisis levels. in the meantime, all of the 30 schools that are affected by high levels of lead in their water will be using bottled water until the problem is fixed. for now, we're live here in newark, toni yates, channel 7 "eyewitness news." police are searching for the cab driver involved in the deadly hit and run. it happened at 17th street and first avenue around 4:30 this morning. police say a 44-year-old woman was in the street when she was hit by a cab. the driver kept on going, leaving her in the street. a cane was found nearby and may belong to the victim. she was rushed to the hospital where she died. a teenager will be in court this morning in suffolk county accused of accidentally shooting and killing his friend.
if i reyes was show -- nefi reyes was showing off his gun when it went off. friends gathered last night near the scene to hold a vigil. the shooting happened at a home just a quarter mile away from the teen's high school. the school was briefly put on modified lockdown as police investigated. today, protesters will march in han hatten in a rally against donald trump. protesters clashed with trump supporters last night as the republican candidate wraps up a rally in salt lake city, utah. police in riot gear blocked the doors to the venue where trump was speaking. today the anti-trump rally will be held in columbus circle. let's get a final check of the forecast. we have a whole weekend ahead of us. >> that's right. >> our last day of winter here is cold. i mean it's brisk outside when you head out for your errands and activities. make sure you are bundled up. it's starve weather. not only do we stop the
have a bit of a windchill. a wet snow is expected for areas south and east of the city. not looking for snow really to stack up very deep, but it could be messy travel for some areas. heads-up on that. here is a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast. temperatures recover nicely. 45, a quick recovery on monday. wednesday, we're at 47. looks like a nice day with sunshine. wednesday with the high of 59. warmer with afternoon rain showers. temperatures are in the 60s. for runners tomorrow, my vote is long tights and a technical shirt that will absorb moisture along with glovesp. >> wicking shirts. >> that being said, there will be tank tops and shorts to win the race. >> right. >> there you go. >> you have to have an old fleece that you leave, right? >> yeah. >> i mean, i do sometimes overdress for the races, but i like to be warm. >> all righty. >> good luck tomorrow, amy. >> enjoy.
this edition good morning, america. breaking overnight, deadly crash. a boeing 737 explodes while attempting to land. the disaster caught on camera. the plane erupting into a fireball. the investigation this morning, was bad weather to blame or perhaps something else? paris fugitive captured. the terror raid takedown. people running for cover as europe's most wanted is hauled away in this dramatic assault in his alleged role in the paris attacks hiding in the same neighborhood police have been searching for months. how did he evade them for so long? hulk hogan's huge courtroom victory. >> just give us something, hulk. >> awarded $115 million. his emotional reaction winning