tv Eyewitness News This Morning ABC April 12, 2016 4:30am-6:00am EDT
and redoing them every day is a huge advantage. >> reporter: on riverside drive katherine van. >> i can totally see it in an art gallery going for thousands. >> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stick around for "good morning america" later on today. have a great tuesday. . this is new york's number one news. channel 7 eyewitness news. with lori stokes and ken rosato. heather o'rourke with traffic and bill evans with the exclusive accuweather traffic. now eyewitness news this morning. breaking at 4:30 a deadly stabbing on the upper east side, we have new video now
hunt down the killer. questions this morning about a brazen bank heist if brooklyn, no pictures no alarms sounded but plenty of cash is gone. details how they pulled it off. the gloves are off! and the race for the white house after a billion dollar settlement. good morning i'm lori stokes. i'm ken rosato, it is tuesday, april 12th you are never more than seven minutes away from traffic. grab the umbrella, you are going need that we'll have showers rain showers good 'ol springtime rain, the rain will continue through the morning commute. 54 degrees, quite mild for the over night hours 54, and and look at those numbers. 56.
north and west, sussex and gone around 11:00, the sun will break out this afternoon temperatures near 60 degrees, we'll talk about temperatures near the 70s. john is in for debby who is in for heather, nice to have you out there johnny d. >> we have a team effort, bill. good morning i'm a little out of my element here, we'll get ourselves here this morning let's go right through the maps where we start with the hudson river crossings as you make your way in new jersey. in west chester county we have a problem on the saw mill river park way that is over night construction shut in both directions cleared out momentarily. look out for traffic on the way in. your mass transit is on or close to schedule. street cleaning rules are in effect. look out for street closures
that was the steam pike explosion. 58th street is shut down, lane closures on six as well. >> a young man has been stabbed to death and his killer is still on the run on third avenue between 94th and 95th street. diana roco is on the scene with what we know. lori good morning the 22- year-old man the victim is from the bronx police are not releasing his identity pending notification, he was stabbed on third avenue between 94th and 95th street after some dispute and died short time later. police are on the scene while they continue investigate around 1:15. the 22-year-old was stabbed multiple times in the chest but able to take a taxi to metropolitan hospital.
sidewalk when it happened that sidewalk is now closed the man did die a short time later at metropolitan, detectives were in there this morning trying to recover some video of the incident. we do know they are looking for a suspect a man wearing a black hooded sweatshirt who was last seen fleeing south on third avenue. channel 7, eyewitness news. thank you. police are on the hunt for the thieves who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from a brooklyn bank. the thieves got in through the bank's roof some time after closing friday night. workers on 13th street and borrow park didn't realize anything was wrong until the morning when they noticed $280,000 in cash missing from the bank's vault. suspects targeted safety deposit boxes taking off with
dropped into the bank through the hatch in the roof. >> i live a block away on 44th street i didn't hear anything, i didn't see anything. >> i think it might be an inside job. >> they knew what they were doing. >> these are professionals. that's scary. >> police sources say there is not a single shot of the suspects on surveillance video and whoever pulled off this didn't trip any alarms in the process. >> time is 4:35. the new york primary is one week from today, a new poll shows hillary clinton and donald trump with big leads. this morning bernie sanders is coming out swinging criticizing the front runner for her ties to a big bank. live in midtown with the story. a little later on this morning hillary clinton will be making an appearance at this office building to participate in a discussion on pay equality.
sanders is asking clinton for transparency. wants her to release documents that clinton has considered private. >> in albany, cheers as bernie sanders announced the news goldman sax will pay $5 billion for deceptive mortgage practices. said it was time for hillary clinton to come clean and release transcripts of the private speeches she gave for $600,000. >> secretary clinton says, well, she is prepared to release the transcripts if other people do the same. i am prepared to release all of the transcripts for all of the speeches that i've given to wall street not very hard, no speeches, no transcripts. >> no response from clinton but she jabbed again at the 74-year- old's ability to deal with the media and serve as president.
about his core issue namely dealing with the banks. >> the latest poll shows donald trump with a 33 point lead ahead of the primary. ted cruz no a distant third and speaking in san diego says new york won't matter. >> i'm going to say a sentence years. california is going to decide the republican nomination. >> so again ted cruz nowhere near the empire state, campaigning heavily there in california, coming up at 6:00 you'll hear more from ted cruz and some people might be offended what he has to say about new york. eyewitness news. >> 4:37 investigators are calling through mayor deblasio's 2013 records to see how much money was solicited from the brooklyn business benefited.
the actions of four nypd commanders to see if they traded special favors for cash or gifts. two bids -- businessmen are caught up in the investigation. they have not been charged but the mayor says he is returning their donations. >> i met them around the time of the general election, not known them previously spent very little time not muff at all in the last year. a police arrested the central figure, he ran the hudson river in harlem and according to police he ron a scheme from the restaurant. 4:38 in new jersey, school board has voted to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity. students at the high school in
the school supperrer says it is the same policy adopted in other districts, the change has some critics. >> trying to make certain people comfortable while making others uncomfortable. maybe i'm wrong. >> says no you don't have to leave you don't have to go somewhere else to be yourself, you don't have to keep it in here you can stay here. the board had tabled the issue in table after parents and residents voiced concern. >> there was a worldly look to shut down a manhattan street, utility crews are still at work still west 58th street remains closed, two lanes are also closed. it created quite a scene water from the spill, to steam pipe causing what looked like plumes of smoke rising from the ground. it is 4:39 you are never more than 7 minutes away from
let's look outside from our camera on the roof shall we? we're looking towards 59th street, central park south you take your pick. fifth avenue plaza hotel, 432 park avenue, more here. rain is on the way and just to the west of the city. we'll be coming eastward temperatures are warm, 54 degrees grab the umbrella, take the light rain jacket, rain in the western hudson river valley. slides eastward you see that swath of rain coming our way and sunshine in the afternoon. rain in the order of about a quarter of an inch of rain some spots maybe about a half inch you see noontime it is gone and the afternoon the winds will shift to the northwest we'll hit 60 degrees and cool down this evening. weather and traffic together every 7 minutes johnny d is in the traffic center this morning, nice to have you sir.
ken talking about that steam pipe explosion on sixth avenue causing problems out there street closures we can show you where it is this all happened yesterday right near the intersection of 58th street and sixth avenue and as a result this morning while the work is ongoing out there, 58th street is shut down between sixth and seventh avenue. also as you travel on sixth two lanes are closed from 57th through 58th so you'll see a lot of traffic in the rockefeller center if you are to travel through that area definitely allow some extra time. meanwhile we are in good shape if you travel to the hudson river crossings minor delays less than 5 minutes across the board and mass transit including the subways are on or close to schedule. for eyewitness news. it is 4:41. still ahead on eyewitness news, classroom chaos an officer seen slamming a student to the ground look at that this video going viral the consequences that officers facing.
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where they have no concern for public safety at all. >> along the nypd made 60 seizures and 12 arrests, saying they plan to crush all the illegal vehicles the department has seized. powerful storms rip through the south damaging homes and tearing down trees and power lines in arkansas. emergency officials first thought they've been hit with at least one tornado, maybe more with the national weather service says severe pounding all came from straight line winds. in wylie texas there was hail and winds you can find most of those in the living room of this home, it was caught through the house as the smashed windows and shredded
front lawn, eventually looked like snow. >> that's crazy! that's nuts! >> it is 4:45. bill evans joining us with the accuweather forecast. >> looking southward down the east river there is the beautiful island that's the fdr towards the chrysler building all the way down towards one world trade. here are the temperatures, starting out really mild over night lows 44, we're at 54. the winds out of the southwest falling unstable, normal high is 60 yesterday, 65 in the afternoon we'll be around 60 again today with these showers and the winds shifting around from the southwest to the northwest, sunsets at 7:33, steady rain developing now through the morning commute rain is going to give way to afternoon sunshine and we'll be looking at 70 degree warmth as we get through the weekend.
bridge port, around britt new jersey, winds out of the southwest look at the wind 23 miles per hour wind. , sullivan, orange county, down to sussex warren, slides eastward coming in through the morning commute, 84 through wallkill over here and, looking at the showers mostly moderate to light rain pushing eastward and behind that will be sunshine coming in starting this afternoon the rain lasts through the morning commute, you see 8:00 we've got the line of rain through 9:00, 11:00 starts to end from the northwest, noontime the rain clearing sky and you see it clears eastern long island the rain head orient point. off to the races to very nice
morning rain breezy with clouds temperatures 60, clear brisk and colder, i'm calling it colder, 54 right now it is 32 in the suburbs. sunshine and a high of 58. youraccuweather 7 day forecast look at saturday 66 and sunny and look at sunday, sunshine and 70 degrees and 70 on monday. >> finally. >> whining would be, when is it going to be 70? don't whine, i was cheering. >> we like shouting it is new york, everybody shouts. >> when it's right next to your ear. >> people were shouting outside of my building at 2:00 in the morning. >> that's how they get you up. that was me saying what to you mean i have to be in the studio
that was me. >> how does it feel sitting in the studio as opposed to flying in the helicopter? >> warmer in here, and it is just a matter of dealing with people. i'm used to dealing with only captain arthur. probably get nausea from sitting sickness in here. >> if i just fall off it is vertigo. >> great to have you here. we've got a problem just in on the subways we've got problems on the number 4 and 6 trains northbound 4 and 6 service now running express only from grand central to 125th street due to police activity at 77th street. otherwise your mass transit so far is on or close to schedule long island railroad as well street cleaning rules they are in effect all five boroughs ken and lori back to you.
says an officer named officer ken, slamming a texas middle schooler to the ground is now out of a job, it happened last week as officer joshua kim broke up an argument, sixth grade girl says she doesn't remember what happened and the school district says the report filed by kim completely goes against what the video shows. >> a former college football player is facing charges in the shooting that left two southern university athletes dead in louisiana. police say that the two 19-year- old women were innocent bystanders caught in the crossfire outside a party early sunday morning the 22-year-old former football player facing charges it is unclear if he was the one that fired the shots this morning friends remembering annette january who was a track star in hometown in indiana before running college. >> she was an amazing person.
very good, very dedicated. made a name for herself, she was extremely fast, la shawntay was also killed a 24-year-old man was also killed. a south carolina police officer to three years probation, 27-year-old justin craven pleaded guilty after being charged with a felony more than two years ago a grand jury refused to indict on voluntary manslaughter charges 68-year-old ernest was killed in his drive way after a 13 minute police chase as officers tried to pull him over for drunk driving. mayor deblasio is facing backlash about a really awkward joke he made with hillary clinton during a charity event saturday night.
i don't like jokes like that. cautious politician talk. it happened at the inner circle show kind of mayoral roast, deblasio was referring to why he was slow to endorse clinton his response, a play on the phrase color people time, which is based upon a prejudice stereotype about black folks, mainly. >> it was clearly a staged show, a scripted show and the whole idea was to do the counter intuitive saying cautious politician time. everyone thought it was a joke on a different convention that was the whole idea of this. >> both the mayor and clinton have received push back, deblasio said people criticizing the joke missed the point. 4. 52. ahead and new the pictures
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. you are never more than 7 minutes away from traffic and weather. we have ourselves cloudy skies and rain is on the way as we look from our camera here in fort lee new jersey on the west side. here comes the way about to make it to fort lee, this will be sliding eastward rain into pennsylvania, rain will be lasting through the morning commute and lasting right on int midday probably right up until lunchtime, 58, tom's river here, we've got temperatures around 59 at elizabeth, temperatures should be around 44, southerly wind. grab your umbrella we need that we do traffic and weather every 7 minutes nice to d. >> we start our morning with problems on the rail ways local rail ways in manhattan problems
from grand central up to 125th street we have police activity at 122nd street. the rest of your mass transit is on or close to schedule and street cleaning rules are in effect in all five boroughs. thank you, john. unbelievable story. caught on camera. a thief stealing a ring off a corps the video shows a woman leading over a casket in texas and then wiggling a wedding ring off the 88-year-old woman's finger, the thief is still on the loose this morning if she is caught she will be charged with a felony. the kicker to all of this if possible the ring was plastic worth about $10. wow. 4:57 police are searching for a teenage girl involved in a stabbing in brooklyn. this is the girl police are looking for investigators say
wednesday after arguing with a boy. another charged with stabbing a boy in the stomach. >> closing in on 5:00 breaking news on the upper east side, an attacker is on the run follow ago deadly stabbing in the street we're live on the scene as police search for the kill -r. we're getting our first good look at a photo of the surviving paris terror suspect
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upper east side we're live on the scene. it is exactly one week until the new york primary the candidates are staying focused on the prize we're live in midtown. >> don't leave home without your rain gear, it will be a rainy commute but temperatures are on the way, good morning i'm lori stokes. i'm ken rosato. thanks for joining us today is tuesday april 12th you are never more than 7 minutes away here is bill evans. the rain is coming from west to east, grab your umbrella temperatures are mild, 54 degrees normal over night low 44, head over, 55, 58 and 57, 55 and bridge port, you see we're in the low to mid-50s everywhere. the rain stretches from duchess county to warren county new jersey around 84 towards eastward.
the city across long island, coastal connecticuit until lunchtime today then this afternoon look at that temperatures get to 58 to 60 by 3:00 then we're off to absolute gorgeous weather this week into the weekend, john dell jorno has parked the chopper on the fourth floor. >> we have problems on the rail ways to start your morning problems on the northbound number 4 and 6 trains running express only from grand central to 125th street we'll keep an eye on that meanwhile the rest of your mass transit is close to start i want to take midtown we have street closures. 58th street shut down between sixth and seventh avenue if you are traveling up sixth avenue two lanes are closed there as well keep that in mind if you are driving through the area hudson river crossings minor
are in effect in all five burough, if you are headed to kennedy airport keep that in mind ken and lori back to you. breaking news on the upper east side early morning confrontation led to a stabbing on the street and the killer still on the run, diana is live on the scene good morning diana. >> reporter: good morning lori the victim is a 22-year-old man from the bronx he did die a short time ago at metropolitan hospital. this all happened after some type of argument or dispute on the sidewalk here on third avenue police now searching for the man's attacker police remain on the scene while detectives continue to investigate this happened at 115 this morning the 22-year- old was on the third avenue sidewalk between 94th and 95th streets when he was stabbed in the chest multiple times with an argument with another man he was able to get himself by taxi where doctors called 911.
passers by there is a bar on the corner with cameras pointing towards the sidewalk we saw detectives looking for surveillance video hoping to recover footage of this incident. this only adds to the latest problem that police have been dealing with throughout the city stabbings and slashings are up by more than 20% city wide now police are looking for a suspect this morning he is described as a man wearing a black hooded sweatshirt last seen running south on third avenue we are live on the upper east side, channel 7 eyewitness news. thank you. new this morning a nassau county mother is due in court accused of driving while on description drugs with her children in the car, 37-year- old catherine was arrested yesterday afternoon after crashing with another driver. investigators say her 4-year- old daughter and 2-year-old son were in the car at the time
other driver was treated for a back injury, facing charges. it is sentencing day for the west chester county mother who pleaded guilty. catherine admitted she gave lacy benadryl and left her in a room filled with drugs and alcohol in her home on easter of 2015. saying carr died after ingesting a mixture of antidepressants and pain medications, expected to get five years probation. a suffolk county dance instructor accused of having a sexual relationship with a teenage student. brian is an instructor at the latin dance company in bay shore he'll be arraigned on rape charged police say galvis was having sex with a 14-year- old girl he was instructing. for the first time we're seeing a prison photo of salah
the paris attack team that killed 130 people. now being held at a high security prison in belgium pending transfer to france guards called him a model prisoner but reportedly check on him 8 times every single hour. 5:05. the count down is on for the new york primary now just one week away and in this race for president, every delegate counts. the candidates are keeping their laser focus on the empire state. we are live in midtown. >> reporter: good morning ken and lori later on this morning hillary clinton will be participating in a panel discussion at this office building here in midtown manhattan meanwhile on the republican side the latest poll shows donald trump with a 33 point lead ahead of the new york primary. ted cruz now campaigning in california says new york won't matter. i want to say a sentence that
california is going to decide the republican nomination. >> ted cruz now openly mocking donald trump's complaint that they give cruz too many delegates. >> it ain't stealing when the voters vote against you it is the voters reclaiming this country and reclaiming sanity. saying bernie sanders and vermont share the blame for new york city's violence. >> the state that has the highest per capita numbers of those guns that end up committing crimes in new york come from vermont. in albany, sanders turned predicting a win in new york. what i have learned in this campaign so far is we win when the voter turn out is high, we lose when it is low.
highest voter turn out in the history of new york state. >> bernie sanders will continue campaigning up state the republican side john kasich will be around town doing campaign work and ted cruz again now in california meanwhile we've also learned that two of donald trump's children will not be able to vote for their father in the new york primary because they missed the deadline to register as republican. channel 7 eyewitness news. a bill oops. she was busy having a baby. >> that's true. thank you. it is 5:08 you are never more than 5 minutes away. >> here we go take a look at this morning cloudy skies we have rain on the way and we'll
temperatures here in these early morning hours, 54 degrees, 55 degrees to start out cloudy skies southerly winds, our camera going to bounce around here a bit. we have the rain off to our west, west of the city you have rain now duchess county putnum county, slides eastward today and coming through during the morning commute. up until lunchtime, then this is gone, we have great news, cool and crisp tonight looking at 60 for the high that's our normal high. we hit this, this afternoon temperatures getting to 70 for the weekend here we are at the bus stop grab your rain gear, 53 degrees with rain after school, we have sunshine and very nice weather for after school and right on into the weekend talking about next weather and traffic together every 7 minutes there is johnny d up in the traffic center this morning what's going on. we start our morning with
you out near kennedy airport we have a live shot you can see the emergency activity on the southbound van wyck expressway right at the belt, so if you are out the door in queens headed towards kennedy airport this could be in the way looks like the left lane is blocked one getting by and delays are building pretty quickly let's take you back to the maps 4 and 6 trains grand central up to 1 to 5 street ongoing police activity, otherwise your mass transit is on or close to schedule. hudson river crossings inbound and your street cleaning rules are in effect this morning in off 5 buroughs ken and lori back to you. it is 5:10 still ahead on eyewitness news, incite into the mind of the colorado planned parenthood shooter who the suspect idlized years ago. the rant over a ticket caught on camera in the bronx but it wasn't the driver making the complaints what the traffic
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. 5:12. new information in the deadly shooting inside a colorado planned parenthood clinic, court documents reveal the shooting suspect held a grudge, that he admired the man and his bodyguard in florida back in 1994. accused of killing three people in november with a shoot out with police that lasted five hours, declared himself a quote warrior for the babies in court and said he was guilty. 5:13 a traffic officer has been disciplined after he was caught on camera giving a ticket and a piece of his mind about mayor deblasio. >> mayor deblasio wants to give out summons.
him or not this is what he wants, to give out summons. according to nypd statistics moving violations have not drastically changed since mayor bloomburg left office. it is 5:13. bill evans joins us with an accuweather forecast. we have ourselves a wind coming out of the south, rain over spreading the area, 55 degrees, picking up every hour, the pressure has been falling every hour. that lets us know the atmosphere is very unstable. yesterday's high was 65, normal was 60 we're looking at temperatures starting at temperatures warmer than normal 57, right around morristown, 59 around newark and 57. winds out of the south with the southerly wind coming up. pumping out the moisture ahead of the front.
advance, down to middlesex county to monmouth county, and on up through the northern hudson river valley coming eastward this rain pushes eastward kind of in this line with the front and then this back edge starts to get through here by lunchtime so far the rainfall amounts this will still build through the morning commute. 6 a.m. everybody get into the rain 7:00, 9:00 the rain here temperatures in the mid-50s until lunchtime then we'll see the temperaturecreeping up where the sun breaks out and upper 50s towards 3:00, 4:00, tonight cooler with the northwest winds also looking at 60 degrees this afternoon with clouds breaking for sunshine after this morning rain then it is breezy now tonight it is clear and brisk calling it colder because this morning we're at 54 tomorrow
a jacket, 32 in the suburbs right around freezing sunny and 58 tomorrow afternoon, the next seven days it really warms up nicely. 60 on thursday, 61 friday that's above normal we're way above normal. 66 on sunday, 70 on sunday and 70 on monday so that's going to feel very nice however if you are starting out your day right now just grab the umbrella there is not going to be any flooding rains springtime showers for the morning commute. then the sun comes out and we've got 70 degree temperatures in an ectasy state. people loud outside your building? >> crazy morning. >> that's a good morning. let's check in with john, nice to have you. why thank you, nice to be here we'll take you right out
where we have problems headed southward near kennedy airport police are on the scene looks like a tow truck on the scene two lanes shut down southbound on the van wyck right at the belt keep that in mind if you are headed to kennedy airport through queens only one way open there are southbound delays you see on the map beginning to back up towards rock away boulevard, come up with an alternate plan this morning still have ongoing problems on the northbound 4 and 6 trains running express only up through 126th street. still ahead on eyewitness news, massive settlement into the billions they must pay for the role in the mortgage crisis, where the money will go and how it will help families at risk of forclosure. a big celebrations of all things disney with dancing of the stars one couple did have
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you look like zorba. what was that? bruno would throw you off so fast? here is what's going on we have cloudy skies rain here this morning really from the hudson river valley here connecticuit down the jersey shore, got to have your rain gear just for the morning commute this will come through the temperatures really warm out ahead of it the winds are out of the south they'll continue to be out of the south until later today and go north so you have a southerly wind pushing the staten island ferry across. weather and traffic together every 7 minutes johnny d is up in the traffic center, what's going on, john. >> we have delays if you are headed out towards john f kennedy airport. let's take a look at the van wyck expressway, the accident is southbound on the van wyck right at the belt park way two lanes are out of service if you are headed out towards kennedy and use the van wyck i would count on an extra 15 or 20 minutes on through the area.
the bumper to bumper volume. take a look at the northbound 4 and 6 trains still running express only from grand central up through 125th street the rest of your mass transit is or close to schedule ken and lori back to you. still ahead on eyewitness news, new video this morning of a massive fire engulfed a home in long island the fortunate flames. and changing at starbucks why it is leading to a customer alright guys. i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology
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>> a new starbucks rewards program kicks off, some steaming made based how much money customers spend not how often they make purchases. starbucks announced the change in a post saying the program is the top request from customers but not all many complain it will take them longer to earn rewards. coming up in our next half hour breaking news the search for a killer on the upper east side, the dispute that led to a deadly stabbing ahead in a live report. grab your rain gear here with your exclusive accuweather this is eric gibson. he and his wife briana made the bold decision to buy their home four months ago. and even though they have no idea what the future has in store for them, they bought into a 30-year mortgage anyway.
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firefighters battle a fierce flames on long island what we know about this destructive house fire. don't leave your home without your umbrella this is a live look at our acutrack radar good morning. >> thanks for starting your morning with us, you are never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic with bill evans. rain showing up on our camera at four times looking south southerly winds pushing the rain into our camera, so now rain is over spreading us we'll have this from now through the morning commute, the temperatures are going to be warm, matter of fact looking at temperatures around 55 degrees to start the day, looking at wind out of the south looking at cloudy sky, looking at rain that will commute.
toms river, 54 out across islip and 52 bridge port connecticuit. you'll need the rain gear until lunch and lunchtime southwest wind at about 10 to 25 look at the evening wind goes northwest, we hit 60 then we have that cool northwest wind for this evening. then we'll talk about beautiful weather into the weekend next it is weather heather has the day off. problems at kennedy airport, the accident is clear we have a live picture how quickly that traffic eased out on the van wyck expressway the accident south at the belt park way, all lanes reopen you can still see a little bit of residual traffic things are improving still if you are headed to kennedy airport i would allow a few extra minutes as they head down the van wyck expressway, meanwhile new jersey transit, metro north all on or close to schedule we have this problem in the city on the
trains been express only all morning long we've got police activity at 77th street so we're express only from grand central on up through 125th street your street cleaning rules are in effect in all five boroughs. it is 5:31 we have breaking news a man stabbed to death on the upper east side his killer still on the run right now. happened on third avenue near east 94th street, diana roco is live on the scene with the latest. ken good morning we just learned that 22-year-old victim is from the bronx police now searching for his attacker just within the last couple of minutes, detectives have started focusing their investigation on the middle of the sidewalk here on third avenue between 94th and 95th streets. police remain on the scene this morning while detectives continue their investigation. this all happened about 1:15 the 22-year-old was stabbed in the chest after a dispute.
cab police say he was helped by passers by the man was on the third avenue sidewalk when this happened. the sidewalk has been closed for the better part of the morning this morning the man died just a short time ago. now there is a bar on the corner of 94th street they do have surveillance cameras we saw detectives in there this morning talking to the bartender and the owner trying to recover some video of this incident back here live, police are looking for a suspect this morning he is described as a man last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and running south on third avenue we're live on the upper east side, channel 7 eyewitness news. 5:33. we have a developing story on long island this is video in from the scene a blaze broke out on west smith street before 1:00 by the time firefighters arrived flames were shooting out the window, it appears nobody was home and no one was hurt. new information police are
train in brooklyn. looking for investigators say she pulled out a knife last wednesday after arguing with a 13-year-old boy on the train another teenage girl has been charged with stabbing the boy in the stomach. police are on the hunt for the thieves who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from a brooklyn bank thieves dropped in through a a hatch on the roof. the workers didn't realize anything was missing until yesterday morning when they noticed $280,000 in cash missing from the bank's vault. targeting safety deposit boxes, taking off with people's most prized possessions. >> i live a block away i didn't hear or see anything. i think it was an inside job. >> they knew that they were doing. >> these are professionals that's scary. police sources say there is
suspects on surveillance video and whoever pulled off this caper didn't trip any alarms in the process. time is 5:34 the focus remains on new york state and all the delegates up for grabs one week before the presidential primary. new polls showing front runners hillary clinton and donald trump with big leads over their rivals, but not making this an easy fight. live in midtown with the story. good morning, hillary clinton is scheduled to appear at this office building in midtown to be part of a discussion on equality here campaign staff right now inside setting up. her opponent meanwhile bernie sanders is calling on clinton to be transparent, he wants her to release documents concerns with goldman sachs work that clinton considers private. >> in albany, cheers as bernie sanders announced the news
billion for deceptivemortgage practices said it was time for hillary clinton to come clean and release transcripts at goldman for $600,000. >> secretary clinton says well she is prepared to release the transcripts if other people do the same. i am prepared to release all of the transcripts for all of the speeches for wall street not very hard no speeches no transcripts. no response from clinton but jabbed at the ability to deal with the media and serve as president. >> had trouble answering questions about the core issue namely dealing with the banks. showing donald trump with a 33 point lead ahead of the new york primary. and ted cruz now in a distant third and speaking in san diego says new york won't matter.
that has not been said in 50 years. california is going to decide the republican nomination. while ted cruz in california donald trump will continue his campaign work up state and john kasich will be holding several events around the city later on today. we're live in midtown, channel 7 eyewitness news. investigators are combing through mayor deblasio's 2013 campaign records to see how money was solicited from the business community and if if any individuals benefited federal investigators are also looking into the actions for commanders from brooklyn south to see if they traded special favors for cash or forgifts two businessmen are caught up in that investigation. jeremy on the left and joe on the right have not been charged with anything but the mayor says he is returning their
>> i met them around the time of the general election had not known them previously, have spent very little time with them in the scheme of things not much at all in the last year. >> police arrested hamlet paralta the central figure in this probe ran the hudson river cafe harlem and according to police he ran a scheme from the restaurant, from here on out he'll not talk about the scandal. time is 5. 38 you are never more than 7 minutes away from weather and traffic here is meteorologist bill evans from the accuweather forecast. looking south, southerly wind camera bouncing around showers here is a look from our camera , rain is just about to get to monmouth county and ocean county, 55 degrees really
we're 10 degrees warmer, 55, sayerville, and we've got these numbers that are warm and got showers off to our weather hudson river valley big area of rain, sliding eastward through the commute lasting until 10 or 11:00 moderate rain showers to light rain in the sun breaks out this afternoon we have 60 the wind goes from southwest to northwest we start to cool down tonight to around 44 the low at the bus stop, you'll need your rain gear as the huckleberries have their gear, it is breezy with rain after school going to be great. nothing happened, nothing is wrong. 60 degrees and sunshine. weather and traffic together every 7 minutes who is in the traffic center right now. >> they put me up on the fourth happen.
good morning we have problems on the rail ways and this one has been out there all morning long on the 4 and the 6 trains running express only from grand central to 125th street, we have police activity from 76th street, out there about an hour we'll see how long that stays in the thick of the morning commute with that problem lingering. the lest of your mass transit, everything on or close to schedule good news to traffic in the hudsonriver crossings the delay on the east side of manhattan southbound over night construction usually by 6 a.m. you can see that delay beginning to build the slow downs all the way up by gracy mansion and that delay continues into the 60s with at least one lane shut down. your street cleaner rules are in effect, ken and lori back to you. 5:40 still ahead on eyewitness news a local school board votes on a transgender bathroom policy what they decided plus reaction from
pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, just really loud. also ahead the severe storm that created softball size hail the damage left behind and the bullseye where should you start when you're told you have cancer? start with a specialist. start where you'll find advanced technology, precision treatment options and truly compassionate care. start here with a team of experts who treat only cancer. every stage. every day. its not one thing we do. it's the only thing we do. start at cancer treatment
. in new jersey the school board allowing transgender students bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their identity. the school superintendent says that it is the same policy adopted in several other districts but the change doesn't come without some critics. >> trying to make certain people comfortable while making others uncomfortable. maybe i'm wrong. says no you don't have to leave, you don't have to go somewhere else to be yourself you don't have to keep it in here, you can stay here. the board had tabled the
and people in the community had voiced some concerns. clean up is underway and a north texas community badly damaged by a hailstorm, the softball size hail broke through windows and roofs and left cars and trucks dented. the storm hit yesterday afternoon people rushed to get away from the windows as large pieces of hail sent shattered glass flying. >> sounded like we were being pelted with rocks when more or less we were, but you know it was deafening. >> it was just incredible. i've never been through anything like this before. the storm only lasted a few minutes but once the hail stopped falling, the damage was done this morning schools in that area are closed for the big clean up. did you see that pick up truck? looks like it was pelted! >> my goodness. >> 5:44, meteorologist bill evans is with the accuweather forecast.
here we go midtown all the way down to time's square we've got dry streets right now but they are going to get wet got wet right if here as you go down broadway look towards the studios of good morning america here is our view from our camera at astoria, the east river. showers popping up and around we have a pretty good visibility here this morning we're looking at temperatures starting out in the mid-50s normally we'd be in the mid- 40s to start the day we're the southerly wind at 5 miles per hour. so that kind of southerly southwest wind keeps popping up moisture yesterday's high was 65 normal is 60. a pretty sunset, it is 33. steadier rain from now through the morning commute morning rain gives way to sunshine this afternoon and then we're just a few days away from 70 degree warmth coming up sunday.
brookhaven, 51 towards the hampton, and numbers are warm the winds out of the south to the southwest 20 miles per hour wind in islip and jfk. here are the showers, showers popping up around the 5 buroughs rockland, west chester county winds coming out of the south with that wind coming up you know that would just keep feeding that moisture into that line of rain we were talking about these showers will continue moving east from along i-84, this gets through the morning pretty quick we're talking about lasting a few hours here 8:00 that rain starts to get through fair field heading towards western suffolk county and there you see we are here from bridgeport through the park to trenton at 11:00 through the city about noontime, eastern long island, coastal connecticuit. by the time we get to sunset everybody is going to see a pretty sunset near 60 by 5:00, we'll start to cool off
we'll be looking at rain through the morning commute until 11:00 here then breezy with clouds breaking for sunshine 60 tonight we've got ourselves clear skies brisk, colder 32 in the suburbs, a nice day tomorrow sunshine at a high of 58 that's the coolest day for awhile look how it warms up to 61 by friday, 66 to 70 from saturday to sunday and 70 on monday. >> you have some weekend plans, this is your weekend. otherwise find something to do. make some plans to get outside. let's check in with john once again. good morning guys we'll take you right to the maps we have this ongoing construction in west chester county take a look at that delay that's big traffic we are shut down both directions on the saw mill, the northbound lanes are scheduled to be reopen at 7 a.m., the southbound lanes should be
minutes but you can see there are delays out there in west chester avoid the saw mill to start your morning in the city over night construction as well this is on the southbound fdr drive you see the long line of red, it actually has got worse the delay north of gracy mansion in the 90's, through the 60s and that construction should be pulled out of the way here by 6 a.m. your hudson river crossings there in good shape we still have our eye on the northbound 4 and 6 trains from grand central on up through 125th street. ken and lori, back to you. john thank you so much it is 5:48 if you are a low carb or low fat person, this is national cheese sandwich day the wondrous construction is perfect melting of bread, cheese, and butter lots of butter if you're a purest, mayo, if not. cheese originated in the
you have to wonder what people did before that. that looks perfect doesn't it? >> how about having bacon, tomato, ham? you could really go crazy. i did that the other day, i posted that the other day. >> you are always making grilled cheese i don't think i've had one in 15 years. >> i'll make you one tomorrow. okay. it is 5:48 new study out claiming that the zika virus may be more dangerous then scientists thought. bill was telling us about this city streets filled with sites like this.
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throughout an entire pregnancy, not just the first trimester. >> 5:51. the nypd cracking down on all terrain vehicle and people who drive them wrecklessly down the streets showing them doing tricks and going in and out of traffic. people say this is what's fueling the crack down and why they are targeting staten island for illegal atv's. i describe this as a big problem in the sense that the danger and risk that these clowns present in terms of their mentality where they have no concern for public safety
>> in the last two weeks the nypd made 60 seizures and arrests, they have plans to crush all the illegal vehicles that the department seized. 5:52. we're following breaking news on the upper east side one man is dead and the search is on for his killer after a violent stabbing in the street and we're live fios is not cable. we're wired differently. we guarantee to make switching easier. we'll show up on time. you're right on time. as promised. to install fios and set up the wi-fi that
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here in the weather center, we're looking at rain across the area, a good batch of strong rain into western new jersey western sections here,
this will be coming into warren counties, looking at rain for the next seven hours temperatures kind of hugging the mid-50s here as we go into the day into the lunchtime this afternoon the sun is going to come out. weather and traffic together every 7 minutes, we are live in the traffic center. we have volume on the island expressway take you out to the cameras on the l.i.e., you can see how long that delay is westbound beyond the clearview stop and go on in through queens boulevard that's your normal morning volume but be aware, grand central might be a better alternate. express only northbound 4 and 6 trains grand central up to
police activity at 77th street. ken and lori back to you. all right so thank you it is 5:56 you can expect delays in traffic in midtown today after a water main break and steam leak west 58th closed between sixth and seventh avenues two lanes are also closed the break created quite the scene yesterday water from the main spills onto a steam pipe causing plumes of what looked like smoke to rise from the ground. people displaced by this incident are being permitted to turn back to their buildings and apartments. closing on 6:00, on eyewitness news breaking news in manhattan a man is stabbed to death on the upper east side what we're learning about the victim as police search for a killer. flames destroy a church leaving behind a remarkable discovery in the rubble. an officer breaking ranks offering explanation
. this is new york's number one news channel 7 eyewitness news with lori stokes and ken rosato heather o'rourke with traffic and bill evans with the exclusive acuweather forecast. now eyewitness news this morning. breaking news a man stabbed in the chest over night police on the upper east side now investigating a murder. >> a jailhouse photo released showing the surviving terror suspect from the paris attacks. it is a mild start to the day, but we'll have to get throat round of spring showers. good morning. thank you for joining us, today is tuesday april 12th you are never more than 7 minutes away. we have rain and 6 a.m. temperatures going to be 57 degrees it is really warm that's 12 degrees warmer than