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. live from studio 46. this is cbs 2 news this morning. it is 4:30. 52 degrees, acooler start before we warm up with a sunny afternoon on tap. we'll have traffic and
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first, new york's prior may election. home state candidates hillary clinton and donald trump where the big winners in yesterday's voting in the race for president. cbs 2 janelle burrell joins us live with more. trump and clinton pulling off victories. i can think of nowhere i would rather have this victory. today you proved once again there is no place like home. for both of the empire state favorites. the queens native pulling off a win celebrating with family and home crowd. donald trump hoping to ride this momentum all the way to the republican convention, the gop front runner confident
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even if he doesn't get exactly all of the votes needed he says the republican party has no right to deny him the nomination. nobody should take delegates and claim victory unless they get delegates with voters and voting. >> not letting this win deter their campaigns, trump won among men and women and college grads and voters, but it was john kasich. when you have sky high negatives, nobody is voting for you? hillary clinton getting the sizable victory after -- sanders convinced he stands a better chance of winning it all in november. >> we beat donald trump in
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exit polls show clinton won over whelmeningingly among blacks. time now 4:32 time for traffic and weather on the 2's. so using the janelle burrell index this morning, dress comfortably, get ready for a nice day today. it won't be as windy, it will feel more spring like because we'll dial it down, you can expect 52 degrees with clear skies how about that moon glow, isn't that nice? we have clear skies now anticipating lots of sun, high pressure still in controlgradually breaks down, still at a nifty 50. mid-60s early afternoon, 67 your high still above normal nose no -- not as it has been.
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good morning everyone, let's hope it was not quite as busy as yesterday. in north brunswick at finnegan lane, traffic alternating in the southbound lanes to get around that. let's head to the bayonne bridge closed for construction until 5 a.m., stick with the goethals bridge as your alternate. taking a look at our hudson river crossings, the gw bridge moving well the inbound lower level is closed for construction, no delays at the lincoln or holland tunnel. alternate parking in effect city wide. back to campaign 2016, says
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of elections, 125,000 people removed from voter rolls and also saying they were in the wrong polling place. >> either it was a relatively minor problem that was resolved or it was a problem that didn't exist in the first place, on top of that, there was quite a bit of lack of understanding on the part of the vote, with respect to the new york's closed primary system. the incompetence of the board of elections puts a cloud of these results. this mess. asking people who had office. for the presidential candidates it is all about delegate here where the count sounds now, let's take a look at the republican side, delegates for donald trump and 89 john kasich with 3. ted cruz not getting any in the win in the state last night. on the democrat side, let's take a look at the delegate count for you with hillary
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from new york, bernie sanders gaining 104. the big wins by home state candidates trump and clinton could change the direction of the race one question was clinton's win big enough? we spoke with face the nation. >> does she win so many delegates or by such a large margin reemphasizes the fact she has a lead in pledge delegates certainly with the super delegate does that change therace? both expected to do well in next week's contests like pennsylvania, rhode island, delaware and maryland. in long island, a contest that could give senate majority.
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mcgraph, has not conceded leading with 2700 absentee ballots, the graph campaign says it could be days until the final count. in another special election voters in lower manhattan have chosen a replacement for former speaker shelton silver, a projected winner beating back a challenge who ran on the working families party ballot now represent the district that spans parts of the lower east side and chinatown. far complete list of the statewide primary election results long onto our website cbsnewyork.com. >> i feel betrayed, disgusted. peter liang will not go to prison, on the emotional reaction to the judge's decision.
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produce charge no jail sentence. >> justice was not served but don't worry, what goes around comes around. sooner or later peter liang if not him in his lifetime, someonein his family is going to feel our pain. >> offering to the family that was shot in a dark stairwell, a startled response that ended an innocent man's life. >> apologize to the public, i wish i could undo what happens. he was talking to melissa, who was with gurley tried to perform cpr, she spoke in court but outside over whelmed with grief and disappoint. >> this young lady here was with him when he took his last breath. how on earth can you guys say it is okay to murder and not be held accountable?
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from murder in fact he decided it wasn't even manslaughter and reduced it to criminally negligent homicide. >> this was not an intentional act, this was an act of criminal negligence. as such, i find that incarceration is not necessary. 5 years probation and 800 hours of community service, a positive development for supporters who felt he was scapegoated for other police misconduct. >> it is absolutely good news but most of the people still think he should not have been indicted. in the hours no sign of peter liang in his neighborhood, the da originally suggested home confinement as part of the sentence but the judge went completely with community service those 800 hours could be completed in as little as 5 months.
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four plane closed officers came across the man on sand street, another man standing next to him pulled it from his waste band and pointed at officers, he was hit in the hand, he took off. releasing video while fleeing, the wanted man officers originally stopped was also arrested the suspect's gun has not yet been recovered. criminal charges are expected in the flint contaminated water crisis, the press reports michigan's attorney general will charge two officials with the state department of environmental equality and quarterrer treatment plant. the felony and misdemeanor charges include violating drinking water law, official misconduct and evidence tampering. the search for a man who attacked and robbed an elderly woman in the bronx. and in the corruption investigation, the focus when we come back. the relaxing way to kill
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comfortable we'll explain why after the break. we need a couple of those, i like that. it is a cooler start to the day, lots of sun, but nice and comfortable.
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weather on the 2's coming up. hi, everybody, want to make sure you're ready for the day today, let's talk about it with our weather watchers, you know we're going to go to some good 'ol reliable, faithful weather watchers with good and fun ideas, 46 for jean, it is a national look alike day. it is already started. i really like this from less, 51, cool in littleneck, this is what the day really is about, volunteer recognition day. if you're a volunteer, god
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give they will a hand and make it a nicer day. this is just gorgeous from charlie. yesterday, that's the narrows bridge and big eddie works at the studio right next to us, you'll know big eddie, he just kind of stumbles in. here is the deal as you get ready to stumble out the door, here is what's in store. clear and 52. you feel it out the door, it is cooler this morning thankfully not as windy. that red flag fire warning, we needed it yesterday with that nasty fire just over the river, not as muff wind today 4 in white plains, 40, guy from sparta call, said i need some hot cocoa. on average, cooler by 5 to 10 degrees, it is a little warmer to the east, but remember yesterday was a real cold morning for you. yeah it is almost 10 degrees cooler in the city, we'll see numbers closer to where they
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50 at 8, 60, on the shady side of the street. 64 at 2:00. nice and bright with high pressure in control, you get a sense of that, sill a big ridge of high pressure unfortunately, we are going to see more drenching rains they barely got a breather and dealing with more rain. the basic dynamic hasn't changed it is a big ridge of blocking high pressure that will serve up a whole bunch of sun today into your thursday, watch thursday clouds and then, hallelujah, we've got some rain, i know it is a drag if you're planning a breakaway on friday at 3:00, that right now is the busy day, we see a warm up thursday into friday, and then relatively quiet, i think it will be cooler on sunday as we march for babies. let's get you marching right now with kyla.
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so good. but let's start in north brunswick with all lanes blocked on finnegan lane due to downed pole and wire, alternating around the southbound lanes. in the queens midtown tunnel, we have one tube shut for construction, the other is taking traffic in both directions. taking mass transit. everything is on or close to schedule on metro north, looking good. energy transit and long islandparking. the search is on for a man who attacked an 84-year-old woman in the bronx police say she was followed in her norwood apartment, held her at knife point for two hours, stole $200 a bottle of liqueur. the fire danger is high across most of the state due to dry conditions and rising curs,
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city, long island and the mid-hudson valley. a new town county in court, arrested when police say he entered the middle school with a pistol adams has a valid pistol permit but prohibits possession of firearms. bribes for license, two cops and inspector are facing administrative actions, political reporter marsha cramer has the new information. >> reporter: the probe at the nypd with patrols the city with the strictest gun laws, sold for thousands of dollars may have started with alex, but as he left federal court after being arraigned on bribery and conspiracy charges, probers were looking to expand their investigation sources telling cbs 2 that investigators are looking at others in the
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which operates out of police headquarters. a particular showers -- sources say if one was conducting a consulting business on the side, connecting cash how to get permits, also trying to determine sources if it was a conflict. sources say the entire command structure in the 66 precinct were believed to have sold gun permits is under a cloud. offering to pay a prescribe of $6,000 to get the gun licenses without a background check and selling thlicensing if $18,000, including, lost their guns and badges assigned to desk duty. the bureau will study the entire permit process and look
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on our money watch this morning stock futures lower today shares close higher on tuesday, fining and financial companies the dow jones gained 49 points, and followed by 19, s&p rose by over 6. chip making giant will cut the work force, a leading supplier for chips for personal computers, but sales for pc's have been declining, focus on making processers for data centers and internet connected gadgets. for a consumer alert, jars of fruit sold at walgreens could pose a serious danger, the corporation recalled jars of nice brand peach slices because they might contain class. recalls 8-ounce jars of peaches
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>> it is going to be a beauty. 70s make a come back on your thursday, it is a wet end of the week. we need that weekend rain. we have a ridge of high pressure, source in the lakes bad news for texas this is just heartbreaking more heavy rain heading into parts of east texas that have been dealing with the deadly flooding rains earlier in the week, there is this warm surge of air pushing this way our way later 67 your high today quite a bit cooler for parts of the island, less wind, still windy in connecticuit. maybe you're in connecticuit and heading out? maybe you are i'm a connecticuit girl myself. we head to north brunswick, all lanes are blocked on finnegans lane due to downed poles and wire, in the southbound lanes to get you around that problem, taking a
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cross bronx moving well in the alexander hamilton bridge, no delays or westbound to the george washington bridge we'll try to keep it that way. in queens the belt park way is moving just fine, passed jfk airport. alternate side parking is in effect city wide, so far so good, chris and mary over to you. we'll ask you about that every 15 minutes. we've all heard a cop stepping in to deliver a baby. the officer had to help his own new bundle of joy into the world. police officer military was taking his pregnant wife to the hospital when her baby girl decided she couldn't wait, a cool, calm and collected dad pulled over and called for help. >> we have a baby girl born. >> everything i've been through in my entire life this was probably the craziest, scariest most coolest thing i've ever been part of.
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big sis doing well, weighed 6 pounds 7 ounces. >> i just hope and pray that does not happen to me. nice job, officer, stronger man than i am. in our next half hour, pickpocketters, how to protect yourself at the super market. the new anthem singing contest. >> how surfers captured this
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the water. oh say can you see . the mets named a winner for their national anthem singing contest, melanie laborman knocking it out of the park
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performer will get the chance to sing it at citi field on august second. some of the other runner ups don't fret, the mets did say that they could possibly be brought in for other games down the road, just she'll be there for the subway series which was the big one they were hoping for. serious competition. her name is mellody, i love that? >> i'm not sure if that's official. we know it is liebermann. still ahead, hillary clinton and donald trump win big here in new york on long island too close to call on a senate election. the so-called ninja with burglar captured after a decade on the run the update we're
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begins in 90 seconds. . 52 degrees on this wednesday, april 20th we'll have traffic and weather on the 2's. big results in campaign 2016. what the presidential candidates are saying about the new york primary wins. a tight senate race on long island, one candidate is declaring a victory. how you can fight off supermarket pickpocketters
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welcome to cbs 2 news, following the presidential primary here in new york, gave a big boost to the front runners who call new york their home state. >> janelle burrell joins us with more. both the trump and clinton campaigns consider new york a must win, both won big getting them that much closer to their parties nomination. >> today you proved once again there is no place like home. >> i can think of nowhere that i would rather have this victory. the home town candidates pulling major hometown victories for the democrats. >> hillary clinton getting the sizable victory she needed after losing the last 7 of 8 contests to bernie sanders. >> new yorkers, you've always had my back. sanders brushing off the defeat
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better chance of winning it all. >> virtually every national match up, general election poll we beat donald trump by wider numbers than she does. >> blocks away also in midtown, the billionaire queens native celebrating pulling off a win with his family, hoping to ride this momentum all the way to the republican convention. the gop front runner confident he'll have the most delegates even if he doesn't get all of the votes needed says the republican party has no right to deny him the nomination. nobody should take delegates and claim victory. not letting this win deter their campaigns trump won among men and women, college grads and blue collar workers it was john kasich who led most of the night.
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negatives, nobody is voting for you. exit poll show a majority of new york republicans said if no candidate has enough to clench a nomination before the convention, it should go to the one with the most votes. janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. how about we get to traffic and weather on the 2's. we have a mystery on their hands, can they take this shot full? there is the moon right there now they are saying that's an optical glare right there you can see the moon right there, barely see the moon it is like a mirror image of the moon there is the glare obviously you have the moon glow in the city. here is the deal, it is cool, 51, tell you we're scratching our heads what is that? nice and clear right here we'll see numbers in the mid-60s on average around the area can we take a look at that? i would love to see that
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but you can also see the glare on the lens but you can't see it. it is coming any second now. okay. okay. well let's check out traffic with kyla. >> by the light of the moon we'll check the traffic for you and get back to that picturehopefully soon. let's start in north brunswick on northbound at finnegans lane a downed pole and wire traffic is alternating. brooklyn, hancock street to marcy avenue due to fire department activity. no delays as we take a live look out at the lincoln tunnel, i know it is early, but hey we'll take what we can get. george washington bridge looking good as well. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide mary
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now reports at problems at new york city's polling stations says the office will audit the board of elections including 125,000 people removed from voter rolls, saying notices without the primary date. and saying they were in the wrong polling place. saying the problems are being exaggerated. >> either it was a relatively minor problem that was resolved or was a problem that didn't exist in the first place and on top of that, it was quite a bit of lack of understanding on the part of the voters with respect to the closed primary system. >> the incompetence of the board of elections puts a cloud over these results and it is time that we clean up this mess. >> asking people who had trouble voting to contact his office.
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todd kaminsky, republican chris chris, we have more. >> reporter: good morning chris and mary, while kaminsky claimedvictory, hoping he'll secure the spot in the senate, neither are backing down. >> it is a battle for a seat, the viktor has yet to come on top. kaminsky and mcgrath, votes are still being counted in nassau county. the seat was once held by dean, a republican convicted of
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todd kaminsky, former prosecutor based his platform on the people. last night he spoke confidently. >> i can't wait to go up there, work as hard as i can. >> until every ballot, still hanging in the balance. as for the senate majority. democrats and republicans hold each. >> came down to the wire. chris mcgrath is counting on every vote being counted after receiving a million dollars in campaign donations the former attorney endorsed by 14 police unions, last night's speech was not a concession. >> hopefully when everything is counted we are going to prevail. whoever wins this special election will have a two year
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has chosen a replacement for speaker sheldon silver, as he projected a winner beating back a challenge, on the working party ballot, now represent parts of the lower east side and chinatown. for a list log onto our website cbsnewyork.com. arraignment is set for so- called ninja burglar, also expected to hold a press conference for the details suspect accused in two dozen home robberies between 2007 and 2008 which he allegedly wore a ninja costume, made off with thousands of dollars in cash and valuables. police surging -- searching for the man who held captive, after returning for church when she tried to enter her apartment that's when the
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least $200 held her at knife point for 2.5 hours. the victim son says his mom is still shaken by the ordeal. >> put the key in the latch, choked her. when he was convinced there was no money left, mother exhausted everything, if she want she could make him a sandwich. >> they also took off with a bottle of liqueur. and local supermarket pickpocketters caught on camera how you can protect yourself in the grocery aisle. kayakers in texas what the houston area is bracing for today. sadly, they are going to see more rain, we won't, we stay dry. it is cool so grab that coat or
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. an emotional moment at the boston marathon, jack was the youngest to cross the finish line on monday. that's his father scott right beside him. jack has a heart condition and needs a transplant. 6-year-old joseph died of the same heart ailment three years ago. jack and his dad ran for a foundation the family started in joseph's memory. i'm going to cry he was
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nice kid, way to go. so cute. so sweet. okay so we've got this controversy going. this is very exciting. director rita trying to convey, what is that? >> a street lamp? >> i do not think, obviously you see the moon below, right, you see the moon below, and then you see that light. i think it is some kind of optics with the way we are recording it. clearly that's the moon, but what else is causing the bright light above it? you can also see there is a plane on this screen. >> wow, look at him. so now we're being told it is a function of the lens! it is a function of the lens, the bright light is the moon, but the moon that you see with the craters is in the lens, it is a reflection in the lens of
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read, that is in fact the moon. wow, that's pretty exciting. we saw that together. this is fun science. that's right. see that plane going right in front of the moon, or it could be santa. so we'll be talking about that later clear and 51 winds out of the west at 6. i love looking at the sky, we are looking here, look up, that was kind of fun to figure out. we have cool readings jeffersonville, 31. 44. kinston sleeping in, middletown, 38 you guys are under a frost advisory tonight. 51 in chatham, 50 in stanford as well. 60 at lunchtime. 64 at 2:00. 67 this afternoon and then 56 as we wrap things up tonight you've got big tickets to maybe matinee is going to be fine today but tonight is going to
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don't forget uv forecast cool up there at a 7 looking great today, high pressure in control tomorrow increasing clouds but with the southwest winds we're going to be warmer again welcomed rain coming in on friday. friday is the day where we showers in the afternoon and at night remember that for travel, could see an isolated thunderstorm as well. numbers cooler 67 in the city, could be 10 degrees cooler for the cool spots on the east end, 74 on your thursday, 77 on friday, remember friday is a busier day we need the rain this long dry stretch wrapping up and then the numbers not too bad saturday into sunday. all right wasn't too bad last time we checked in with kyla. i do have a little more action, good morning in brooklyn hancock street closed westbound to marcy avenue closed due to fire department activity. unfortunately we have an
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lane on the northbound van wyck expressway at the grand central park way and it is causing delays back to queens boulevard. we'll keep an eye on that. let's head to north brunswick, alternating traffic on the southbound lanes to get around that. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide. thank you. governor cuomo announcing safety measures for commuter rail ways conductors and engineers working on the lirr, under going testing for sleep apnea. an engineer fell asleep at the controls in 2013 causing it to derail, four were killed dozens injured. police are on the hunt for a team of pickpockets have been working the supermarket aisle, we have surveillance video of these alleged thieves in
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they scour the aisles looking for their next swipe. you can see him dressed in black walking away with an elderly shoppers wallet why the partner was distracting her with small talk. four days later a man and woman dressed in black stroll through that same store, police believe in search of an unsuspecting victim once they find her alert their partner dressed in blue here to come in. he pretends to shop for 10 minutes before the aisle is clear enough to strike. and he almost gets away with snatching a wallet from that shoppers purse, but a security guard catches him, takes off. we're always focusing on groups that come through here doing this, unfortunately the pattern isn't always the same. detectives do in the think the crews are connected but grocery stores are easy targets. that's normally what are targets people that are distracted. police say the easiest way to fall victim is not leave
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onto it. >> i never do, usually. usually i wear a shoulder band today you've caught me. if you've been to the supermarket lately you know pocketbooks sitting in carts are a common site. >> people say not to do that. >> police want to change shoppers habits also advise using a bag with a zipper making it harder for predators to reach in. i'm guilty of it too. a flash flood watch will continue in the houston area through this morning, houston and surrounding communities were hit with well over a foot of rain swamping entire subdivisions in roadways, good samaritans helped rescue two men caught in the flooding yesterday afternoon, the two were in a kayak that ended up tangled in trees, 7 other people died the latest victim pulled from a vehicle in a flooded under pass. >> now to the earthquake in ecuador, president boll ma says
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can to support that nation and help cover the death toll continues to rise, 480 people were killed, 4,000 injured another 1700 missing rescue teams from all over the world have flown into help but each passing day hope is fading to find survivors. a growing number of adults who had braces at teens aren't as happy with their smile later in life. all new at 5:30. but first. it is a sign of summer why residents in one neighborhood want this ice cream truck silenced.
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up next. . check this out, a great white shark leaping from the water off the coast of california, the breach captured by a go-pro camera in orange county the surfer and a friend decided to battle to shore just to be safe, experts say the el nino left it, normally they would have headed south to mexico. good move, to head back to shore. probably the best decision of the day right there. time for traffic and weather on the 2's. >> i think we'll go back to shore. it sure is pretty, clear and 51. wind out of the west, i think
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there will be variety, montauk, 57 maybe the upper 50s for the hamptons, princeton, 70. 58 in sparta, north and west you can add a few degrees cooler than it was yesterday, we bounce back on thursday, friday is wet remember we need that but then saturday kind of a nice feel bit of an ocean breeze and cooler for your sunday weekend pretty good and need the rain on friday. you need to get there on time, here to help is kyla. good morning everyone. we have a few slow downs happening we'll start in brooklyn, hancock street closed from tompkins avenue to marcy avenue due to fire department activity. then we head to queens where unfortunately we already have an accident to tell you about blocking one lane on the northbound van wyck expressway, at the grand central park way we've got delays back to queens boulevard, that's a very busy stretch of road.
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all lanes are blocked due to a downed poll andwires they are alternating traffic in the southbound lanes. let's take a look at mass transit everything is on or close to schedule. looking good on your new jersey transit and long island railroad. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide chris and mary over to you. the rangers beat the penguins for game three at the garden last night. >> stay hot against philly, here is ottis livingston with your sports update. coming up the mets at the phillies yankees host the aa and going in the series with the panthers going up 2-1. gave them a shot in the arm but could have used more shots in the net. tied at 1 after rangers collide. skates in to beat lundquist. staying hot in philadelphia, how hot you ask? michael, neil walker, neil
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puts a cap on it. the mets boat the phillies 11- 1. and with the single left field, scoring what turns out to be the winning run, lose 3- 2. i'm ottis livingston that's your sports update. ice cream trucks are hitting the streets but one truck is hitting a note with people in tribecca. this truck drawn plenty of attention on greenwich avenue, it is not for the treats. >> i thought i was lose my mind. saying itplasts until 11:00 one of them recorded from their apartment on the 16th floor, others say they heard it from 32 stories up with windows shut. how loud was this truck? >> well i'm almost on the top floor in the building and felt like it was right outside.
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going on for a half hour at a time, that's a violation of the new york city code ice cream trucks are not allowed to play music while parked. i think this is ridiculous. probably wake up kids in the neighborhood and be hard to put them to sleep because i hear it so loudly. >> many say they want to know what they can do to get this noise to stop. >> call 311 when you hear the music or report it to the website nyc.gov. give the location so they can be dispatched and issue a ticket. so far 279 complaints have been made across the city, last year, 1760. >> have you ever heard an ice cream truck that loud? >> never. >> even though this truck hasn't been a disruption to every family here. >> it didn't bother me i love the ice cream music. those who can't bare to hear it
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hoping to get this music turned down. nice after 6 hours? you'll have to chase after it. that's a whole different ball game. 5:26 still ahead big victories for hillary clinton and donald trump in the new york primary. plus this. neither candidate is backing down until every ballot is counted we are live in rockville center with more on the race for the state senate in nassau county. could your smartphone with hacked? we've got the warning signs. crooked teeth years after having braces?
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. this is cbs 2 news this morning. it is 5:30. 51 degrees on this wednesday, april 20th. gorgeous day ahead with highs in the upper 60s, feeling a little bit cooler, sunshine on the way. big night with the new york primaries of course hillary clinton and donald trump take the top prize in the new york primary. first a race that's too close
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out come could cause a power shift in albany. got all that to talk about coming up here this morning temperatures out there yesterday was another great day, today was nice sunshine as well. we have john to talk about exactly what's going on with weather forecast. >> we know the problem with yesterday was the window, hue about that fire? we had the red flag fire warning not today, it was a weather statement out of connecticuit, day after day of dry conditions so we're concerned about any kind of fire starting spreading quickly in connecticuit around the area you are relatively good shape with less wind outside right now it is cool 51 winds out of the west at 6 miles per hour relative humidity. scanning the sky it is the sale scenario. this big ridge of high pressure, that will block the weather today and tomorrow.
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still okay, you're nice and dry friday morning, your day hour by hour today, 50 at 8:00, look at noon, what do you think it is going to do at noon? 64 for 2:00, can we do it minute by minute? 67 your high today, that's still above normal which is good news, uv forecast that's at a 7 so make sure that you are ready for that and the good news is, the rain we need that's coming in on friday, well. >> a lot of rain on friday? >> even know we need a lot of rain only going to get a little bit of rain. for march of dimes that looks pretty good. i forget the flowers are so close to blooming. >> oh my gosh, you are behind our flowers have erupted we have all kinds of flowers. >> long island still behind the times. >> still waiting. fortunately i married a
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we have everything that's great. >> i've seen you out there. you are digging away with the tulips. >> helping out. i was in new jersey and saw people who put an effort in their lawn you do see this explosion of color happening. the pollen count is high too. >> that's true. when it comes to traffic, we're not doing too badly you remember yesterday we had the long island expressway, we have an accident in queens it is blocking one lane on the northbound van wyck expressway, at the grand central park way you know this is a very busy traveled area back to queens boulevard, we'll keep an eye on that for you. hancock street is closed from tompkins avenue due to fire department activity.
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downed poll and wires traffic is alternating in the southbound lanes. let's start with the george washington bridge and look at that gorgeous sun rise getting going here moving well at all three hudson river crossings the inbound lower level has reopened at this hour, checking mass transit, everything is on or close to schedule looking good your path trains new jersey transit and long island railroad. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide. chris and mary over to you. we begin with long island race that could determine the balance of power in albany. >> declaring victory in the battle to replace dean. >> neither were a concession speech more ballots will be counted to determine who has won the seat and which party takes the majority.
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and majority in the evenly split state senate, the victor has yet to come on top. todd kaminsky and chris mcgrath, votes are still be counted in nassau county, once held by dean scalos, who used his power to get his son no- snow contracting job. in the campaign leading up to the election todd kaminsky, a state assemblymen and former prosecutor based his platform for the people receiving anendorsement from president obama and bill clinton. >> i can't wait to go up there work as hard as i can on your behalf. >> until every ballot is in the district seat still hangs in the balance so does the senator majority democrats and republicans hold seats each.
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going to pull this out. >> chris mcgrath is counting on every vote being counted after receiving a million dollars in campaign donations was endorsed by 14 police unions last night's speech was not a concession. >> hopefully when everything is counted, we're going to prevail. >> and just a reminder this is a special election so whoever wins this senate seat will have to run again come november. live in rockefeller center long island. cbs 2 news. more now on campaign 2016, a new york's primary election, hillary clinton and donald trump where the big winners in yesterday's voting in the race for president. >> janelle burrell joining us live here with more. trump and clinton reveling in winds pulling off double digit victories in what both
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>> i can think of nowhere that i would rather have this victory. >> today you proved once again there is no place like home. most needed empire sized wins for both of the empire state favorites. the billionaire native pulling off a decisive win celebrating with family and hometown crowd. now donald trump is hoping to ride this momentum all the way to the republican convention. the gop front runner confident he'll have the most delegates and even if he doesn't get exactly all of the 1237 votes needed he says the republican party has no right to deny him the nomination. >> nobody should take delegates and claim victory unless they get those delegates with voters and voting. >> the opponents not letting this win deter their campaigns won among men and women college grads and workers but john kasich who led trump in
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>> when you have the sky high you. for the democrats hillary clinton getting the sizable victory she needed after losing the last 7 of 8 contests to bernie sanders. >> new yorkers, you've always had my back. brushing off the defeat convinced that he stands a better chance of winning it all in november. we beat donald trump by wider numbers than she does. exit polls show clinton won women voters. thank you. we'll take a closer look at the presidential race in our next half hour, including voting problems at the polls. did you have trouble casting your ballot? with donald trump and hillary clinton getting more delegates candidates?
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voters have chosen a replaced for sheldon silver, democrat alice cancel is the projected winner with a strong challenge who ran on the working families party ballot, cansel will now represent the assembly district that spans parts of the lower east side and chinatown. stay with us, we'll have updates throughout the morning as well as online as cbsnewyork.com and on facebook and twitter. protests erupt outside a courtroom following a judge's ruling in the peter liang case, a judge decided the former officer will not go to prison for akai gurley, the judge lowered the manslaughter convict to criminally negligent homicide before sentencing to five years probation and 800 hours of community service. >> i apologize to the public i wish i could undo what happened.
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don't worry, what goes around comes around. sooner or later peter liang, if not him in his life time. someone in his family is going to feel our pain. >> a defense lawyer says the newly reduced conviction will be appealed. time is now 5:39 coming up does it seem like it takes forever to use those new credit card chips, there could be a fix in the problem. >> plus could a stranger have access to your smartphone the warning signs that you have been hacked. a warning for people trying to get a deal for the hottest ticket on broadway. >> don't forget check with us
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. time now is 5:42. let's get over to john. >> my weather watchers are up bright and early, some how chilly it is in parts of the hudson valley, guess what, you're going to see some frost tonight, so watch out for that. we've got nice comfortable readings here this is elana talking about pass over reminding people to safe as we celebrate passover. we appreciate that. and i really appreciate this picture from bruce on the north shore, just a gorgeous sunset last night. very nice. bruce also commenting that national pineapple upside down cake day today, so bob just turn the pineapple upside down. >> that's what's for dessert, did you get that? here is what's for breakfast, sunnyside up today, and it is
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winds out of the west at 6 miles per hour. numbers cool down to franklin through madison, i think even cooler tonight so remember that i know rockland county, i know west chester county you are tired of this you could see patchy frost. 44 right now 67 this afternoon, 63 the normal once again, exceeding expectations tomorrow or over 10 degrees above normal, we're going to bounce back into the 70s, 90 and 24, records for the day, sun's up fully at 6:09, sunsets at 7:41 tonight i think likely peak moon watching weather, it is that pink moon we'll be enjoying. we're not enjoying this tree pollen is just bad you can blame birch for that. it is filling in, going to be challenging this week, so make sure you're ready for it those numbers staying high. we anticipate the tree pollen
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red flag warning for connecticuit still closer to the higher wind profile still obviously fuel and dry conditions that kicks in at 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. the key with the red flag fire warning that we learn yesterday, you got to call things in quick and then we can put these things out. frost advisory you can see through parts of central connecticuit into the hudson valley. it is a big ridge of high pressure we are blessed it is the curse of the high pressure that is blocking the rain that can't break through once again likely heavy rain dallas down through waco into houston later today none of that for us, our chance for some rain is coming in on friday, not a lot maybe half an inch which we definitely need then saturday into sunday it is a little cooler but should be nice for your weekend plans let's plan your ride now with kyla. let's do it. thank you, john. good morning everyone, i have better news for you we'll start with the street closure in brooklyn we have hancock street
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avenue to marcy avenue due to fire department activity, here is the good news the earlier accident on the van wyck has cleared out. that helples us out a bunch. let's head to north brunswick due to a downed pole and wires causing trouble traffic is alternating into the southbound lanes. let's take a live look outside at the long island expressway in huntington, oh, boy we have a much better ride than yesterday looking good no delays right now on the northern state park way as well. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide. chris and mary over to you. okay thanks in our money watch report quality concerns at tesla. speeding up your purchase when you use a new chip cards, jill wagner joins us with the details jill good morning. good morning chris and mary. the dow keeps climbing to the highest point of the year after jumping 49 points yesterday.
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tesla shares hit the brakes overquestions about its model suv, the rear doors don't work the seats malfunction and issues with climate control. yahoo is on the market. revenue fell 18% from the same time last year, it is the largest quarterly decline since the company hired the ceo nearly 4 years ago. and visa improving smart chip cards to speed up the purchasing process the quick chip will allow customers to dip and remove cards in two seconds or less, there is chip cards more secure than cards with magnetic strip because it assigns a unique code with each transaction, chris and mary. thanks so much. the manhattan da announced an arrest in a scam involving the hottest show in town, 32-year- old anthony is accused of selling fake tickets to the hit broadway musical hamilton.
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craigslist and tried to sell bogus tickets, they were phony when tried to see the show. one sign your phone may be effected if it is using a lot of battery power and use your text logs make sure a hacker isn't using your number and only download apps from a trusted app score and one that can detect malware on your phone. >> have them scan everything on your phone once a day or once a week or when something changes. experts say always avoid clicking on questionable links. atlantic city suing the state of new jersey over aide, said it was promised never received the aide funds would have come through an atlantic city rescue package but stalled in the state legislature. up next another big baby announcement from hollywood, for maroon 5 fans.
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ending up with crooked teeth. ottis livingston has the sports update. the rangers lost to thepenguins 3-1. pittsburgh goes up in the series, the met hammer the phillies 11-1. yankees lose to the a's coming up mets and phillies yankees host the a's and the islanders
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welcome back to cbs 2 news, 51 degrees at 5:51. sweet news for adam levine, the rocker and model wife are expecting a baby girl! the secret angel is 5 months along said to be planning her shower. so congratulations to them! gwen stefani tweeting of blake shelton's new album, spymyname. feature the couple's highly anticipated duet, go ahead and break my heart. insiders say the song could give new incite into the new couple's relationship. we've been talking about that, duets sound great. 5:52 how about traffic and weather on the 2's. #crazy. all right. un. we've got really pretty conditions out there right now, blessing in the sense that winds will not be as much of a threat today wind out of the west at 6, at 51. picture perfect, i think so.
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little bit above normal, there is variety too. twin forks you'll be cooler south shore, you will be as well. but north and west, you're in the mid to upper 60s very comfortable. we do need the rain, days without rain we're at 7, we'll add another one today, have to wait until friday midday to see the rain. by then with a little extra lift in the atmosphere, could even see an isolated thunderstorm so enjoy your day today as we are going to see some changes to wrap up the week, we're not wrapping up the drive we're just getting you going with kyla. definitely just getting going. we'll start in brooklyn this morning hancock street is closed westbound from tompkins avenue to marcy avenue, this is due to some fdny activity. let's head to north brunswick on route 27 northbound, due to a downed pole and wires in the road traffic is alternating in
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everything on or close to schedule from metro north, path trains new jersey transit just fine on long island railroad. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide chris over to you. in our health watch a form of bacteria in the mouth could signal an increased risk for a deadly form of cancer, researchers said people have the bacteria show a 59% higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer, not yet a cause and effect relationship but doctors say the finding could lead to tools to aide in early detection. if you had braces as a teenager now find yourself looking at less than perfect teeth you're not alone as we hear from emily smith, many adults are get braces again. >> for kristine being in an orthodontist chair, an embarrassing and painful three year experience involving metal braces. >> make room for this tooth to
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>> now at 34 years old she is back in the chair for another set of braces. this time she is going for invizaline a clear mouth guard, little did she know she'd ever have to experience braces again. >> i also didn't listen to the dentist that said wear the retainer. >> you remember them saying that? >> yes but i didn't think it would be for life. for straight teeth it is a life sentence with a retainer, saying 30% of the patients are in the same situation. >> so that's every night for the rest of your life. yes you miss a day wear it the next day the average story is they had braces metal ones, teen years, went to college didn't wear their retainers well and their teeth got crooked. >> here three out of four patients in a row today are here from a relapse. >> we spoke to some teenagers
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recently, tristan says he got his off and had a permanent retainer put onto avoid any possibility. >> i think it is a waste of money. >> i'll probably think about the permanent one. expects to have straight teeth by summer says she'll happily wear a retainer to bed this time won't forget. just to have the picture perfect smile she had after middle school. in midtown manhattan, emily smith, cbs2 news. as for that permanent they steer it away to deter people from flossing but whatever it takes right? i admit i still have a retainer. i do, yeah. >> my lawyer has a retainer. how we doing with the weather? >> if you've got to go to the dentist, make it quick because you'll want to get out there, it is going to be really pretty. traffic remember yesterday we had that huge headache?
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we don't have that today. couple little hurdles to get over i'll make sure you know what you need to know before you head out the door. still ahead more campaign 2016 coverage including what's next for the presidential candidates after the new york primary. many doing a double take police may have finally found the burglar that witnesses, dressed like a ninja. these newly hatched bald egg eagles? we vote for johnny one, johnny two and johnny three. cbs 2 news continues right
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city of new york in the state of new york i can think of nowhere that i'd rather have this victory. donald trump claiming victory in the new york primary after capturing more than 50% of the vote on the democrat side. >> you prove once again there is no place like home. hillary clinton she is in the homestretch with the victory in site where do the other candidates stand we'll break it down for you coming up. the battle for a state seat, could cause a power shift in albany. another special election in lower manhattan who will replace speaker sheldon silver? we have the results still ahead. >> facing me was a ninja. a guy dressed up as a ninja.
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police believe they have nabbed the so-calledded ninja burglar who went on a crime spree, we have the details coming up. we're always focusing on groups that come through here doing this, unfortunately the pattern isn't the same. pickpockets, police need your help to catch the thief. do you recognize any of these suspects? more coming up and the rockets red glare! . >> through the perilous fight . >> whose broad stripes and bright stars . many tried out but only one will get the chance to sing the national anthem at the subway series how do you choose? we'll reveal the big winner coming up. 6:02 time for traffic and weather and the 2's.
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to our great national anthem is starting on the right note. because if you don't, you are in trouble for rockets red glare. we don't have much glare right now but i would encourage you to take the sunglasses sometimes that glare can be a real issue we'll see lots of sun today as promised down a degree nice and bright a real delight, high pressure, ushering the chance of rain, 50 for your step out the door after you enjoy some of charlie, norra and gayle. still above normal and not as windy which is a real blessing here is a blessing we'll save you some time. kyla is in for alex. >> good morning everybody we will head to jersey city, it
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9 southbound approaching the tunnel e circle look out for that we head to brooklyn hancock street from tompkins avenue to marcy avenue due to fire department activity this morning. in north brunswick all lanes blocked on route 27 northbound at finnegans lane due to a downed poll and wires traffic is alternating into the southbound lanes. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide. to campaign 2016 results and reaction following yesterday's primary no new york gave a boost to front runner. janelle burrell joins us. both clinton and trump, considered a must win they won and won big. both expected to take the majority of the delegates up for grabs getting them that much closer to their parties nominations. >> today you proved once again
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>> i can think of nowhere that i would rather have this victory. >> the hometown candidates pulling off major hometown victories for the democrats. hillary clinton getting the sizable victory she needed after losing the last seven of 8 contests to bernie sanders. >> new yorkers, you've always, you've always had my back. >> sanders brushing off the defeat convinced he stands a better chance of winning it all in november. >> virtually every national match up general election poll, we beat donald trump by wider numbers than she does. >> blocks away also in midtown the billionaire native celebrating pulling off a decisive win with his family and hometown crowd. now hoping to ride this momentum all the way to the
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the gop front runner confident he'll have the most delegates even if he doesn't get all the votes needed says the republican party has no right to deny him the nomination. nobody should take delegates and claim victory unless they get delegates with voters and voting. the opponents not letting this win deter their campaigns trump won among men and women college grads and workers but it was john kasich who won in manhattan most of the night. >> when you have the sky high negatives nobody is voting for you. >> exit polls showed that majority of republicans says if no republican has to clench the nomination before the convention it should go to the one with the most votes all are back on the road looking ahead to the next primaries, next tuesday. chris and mary. thank you.
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replace dean scalos. replace dean scalos. could affect the balance of power in albany. we have more from rockefeller center. >> good morning mary and chris, kaminsky has declared victory unofficially he has 780 more votes than mcgrath, saying if they count absentee ballots he may have a sure shot in the senate. >> it is a battle for a senate and majority in the evenly state senate a viktor yet to come out on todd kaminsky and chris mcgrath cast their ballots for state senate once owned by skelos had bribery extortion and used his son to get no-show contracting jobs. democrat todd kaminsky an assemblymen and former prosecutor based his platform on a government for the people with an endorsement from president obama and bill clinton, last night he spoke confidently. >> until every ballot is in the ninth seat is still hanging in the balance, and so does the senator majority. democrats andrepublicans hold 31 seats each. >> came down to the wire, with we're going to pull this out. chris mcgrath is counting on every vote being counted after receiving a million dollars in campaign donations the former attorney was endorsed by 14 police unions, last night's speech was not a concession. >> hopefully when everything is counted, we're going to prevail. >> now because this is a special election whoever wins
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re-elected come november. live, cbs 2 news. another special election has chosen a replacement for sheldon silver in the lower manhattan district democrat alice cancel is a winner, ran on the working families party ballot represent the lower east side and chinatown. scott stringer says they'll audit the board of elections it is time to clean up the mess caused by what he calls the incompetence of the board, 25,000 people removed from voter rolls, 60,000 sent notices but without the primary date and voters said they were in the wrong polling place. ahead of the board of elections caused many of the problems relatively minor says many did not understand new york's closed primary system. it is now 6:09 more of campaign 2016 coverage coming
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the candidates plus this. was that ship the ss, yes on its way to nomination harbor? stephen colbert tries to get a straight answer out of paul ryan will he throw his hat in the presidential race. we can't forget about the baby bald eagles? >> bernie mcbirds-a-lot. it is a little cooler out the door for the kids, we'll see pretty skies for after school fun, and pretty nice numbers too.
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coming up. hi dad. uh huh. yeah...sorry about that. think about it there must be higher love down in the heart what do you think? and in the stars above hi ted, glad you could join us, we think you're going to like these numbers. bring me a higher love
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. at 6:12, how about traffic and weather on the 2's, here is john. we are going to see slightly cooler temperatures, reporting windy conditions in the hudson valley over all wind values will be down which is going to help. there is a red flag fire warning for connecticuit, but we don't see that warning posted for new jersey and into the hudson valley. still cooler readings, 35, 33, i'll bet that's kimberly getting ready to face those kids sparrow bush new york, chilly degrees could see patchy frost tonight in through parts of the hudson valley, 38 for the north shore and river head, i appreciate this from john down on the jersey shore, 47 glorious degrees and fun history on this day back in 1961.
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approved by the fcc. thank goodness, what would scott shannon do? he would be talking to himself at his home right now. we'll see you on cbs fm101 coming up in just a bit. beautiful sun coming up right now, really spectacular, if mary were on her game she would take a picture of that right now. because she loves those sun rise shots clear and 50 winds variable at 3 miles per hour. it is cooler up into kinston, readings in the 30s cool enough, i think so at 43 and wayne as well. 46, and hard to use -- early afternoon readings 67 your high in the city still above normal, the normal is 63 we'll be well above normal tomorrow records 90 and 24 sunsets at 7:41 and
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looking great today pollen is the thing that's driving you crazy really high bouncing back number wise tomorrow with a southwest wind so we easily see the mid-70s in the city even a little warmer for your thursday, thursday for your planning purposes, okay just increasing clouds and then friday is a busier day it turns wet during the day we think the morning commute should be okay but then it gets busy in the afternoon and into the evening could see an isolated thunderstorm. that said, if that's your sneak away time just remember it is wet and after a long dry period boy that early mixing on the roadways can be very slippery watch out for that. just play nice today, 67 that's what they say about bill, just play nice here in the studio 74 on your thursday, 77 on your busier friday and the weekend shapes up cools down but should be pretty nice. hey let's see how nice the ride is? what's going on, kyla. it is that tame of day
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heating up we have a few things to tell you about in jersey city an accident blocking one lane on route 1 in 9 southbound approaching the tunnel e circle a look in queens where the long island expressway is building up southbound you can see on the camera out to queens boulevard, not as bad as yesterday but certainly starting to slow down. in brooklyn guanis starting to see volume from the belt merge up to the bqe. alternate side parking is in effect today chris and mary other to you. from the presidential candidates it is all about delegates most added to their totals on the republican side, donald trump will add 89 giving him 844 of the 1237 needed for the nomination. john kasich who came in second with 3, ted cruz was shutout in the delegate count in new york.
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135 delegates giving her 893 of the 2383 that she needs, senator bernie sanders will pick up 104 delegates now 1164. what affect that could have on the new york delegate will have on the race? spoke with face the nation john dickerson. trump supporting new york was broad across the board since his loss in wisconsin, blasting the gop primary process. >> it is a crooked system, it is a system that's rigged. >> recently, he's been on his best behavior. >> always said he is going to pivot, always said he can be more presidential but only until the loss in wisconsin that he really did change the management at the top of his organization now the way he is behaving much more restrained than he was in the past. so we'll see if he sticks with it. on the democrat side hillary clinton is trying to win so many of the 247 democrat
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going forward the math just wouldn't make sense for bernie sanders. sanders says he'll fight all the way to the convention, but the question, just how hard will he push if it turns out he has no shot at the nomination? >> does she win so many delegates or by such a large margin, reemphasizes the fact that she has an insurmountable lead, with the super delegates does that change the race. there will be more stating voting pennsylvania, connecticuit, rhode island delaware and maryland they should favor trump and clinton. stay with coverage of 2016 as well as online on facebook and twitter. happening today an arraignment for staten island's so-called ninja burglar, expected to hold a press conference with details on the arrest, the suspect accused in
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staten island neighborhoods, which allegedly wore a costume. here is how one victim described an encounter back in 2008 . they are standing facing me was a ninja, a guy dressed up as a ninja. >> police say he made off with thousands of dollars in cash in valuables. criminal charges are expected today in the flint contaminated water crisis, the associated press reports michigan's attorney general will charge 2 officials with the state department of environmental quality and water treatment plant supervisor in flint. the felony and misdemeanor charges include violating the drinking water law, misconduct and evidence tampering. we bring you an update on the story we brought you 10 years ago with the ninja story. everybody was wondering. 6:16 right now, from the reigning queen, wait until you see the photo with four generations of royals.
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washington d.c. the arboretum is asking people to vote for their favorite names on their facebook page, they've narrowed the choices to stars and stripes, honor and glory. keep in mind their parents are named mr. president and the first lady. >> that, i appreciate. 6:22. time for traffic and weather on the 2's. it is like the one word. >> name them don and hinly because they are eagles? >> that was my line. all right. thanks for that, kyla. here is the beautiful sun kissed skies to start your day, 50, a beautiful sky and we are going to see a picture perfect condition today, won't be as windy which is a real blessing and we'll bounce back it is going to be warmer for your thursday some of your rain coming in on friday. that was quick, no joke for you.
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>> how much i pay my writers. keep that material for yourself. that crew they are too chatty. starting to get busy all lanes blocked on north brunswick on finnegans lane due to down poles and wires. subway issues this morning due to signal problems at the park way southbound 5 trains are running with a few delays watch out for that. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide. chris and mary over to you. thank you. well the rangers beat the penguins for game three. stay hot against philly here is ottis livingston with your update. coming up tonight the mets at the phillies yankees host the a's and islanders go 3-1. and some how ryan m cdunna. tied at one in the third after
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to beat hendrick lundquist, taking a lead. staying hot in philadelphia, how hot you ask? how about six homers. michael, neil walker, lucas, neil walker again and finally, putting a cap on it. the mets beat the phillies 11- 1. yankee's as, with the single to shallow left field, scores what turns out, lose 3- 2. i'm ottis livingston that's your cbs sports update. four generations of royals come together for a photo. first house speaker paul ryan insists he won't become a candidate for president even if the republicans end up in a convention on the late show last night host stephen colbert tried his best to find some wiggle room. >> the nomination should go to someone who could campaign for it for me that door is closed. is the door locked?
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is there a key under the matt, by any chance? no there is not and before you ask, there isn't one of those little windows on the door you can punch through and turn the handle like a burglar in those home security ads. got it. okay i apologize, maybe door was a bad metaphor. has the ship sailed? was that the ss on its way -- goes on and on. on the decision, talk it over with your family. pretty funny. a summer secret photo session liazaler last -- f four generations. queen elizabeth, her son, prince charles, prince william, look at this little precious standing on foam blocks there all smiling for the camera, this was part of the queen's 90th birthday celebration. the images used on commemorative stamps, so secret allegedly the photographer
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the queens official birthday by the way is tomorrow. little george is so cute doesn't even look real. i mean, really. the kid is just adorable. i'll bet the stamps will be sold out quickly. 6:26. your campaign 2016 coverage the candidates sweep tonight, big wins for clinton and trump too close to call for a special on long island. a school bus driver busted for allegedly selling drugs it is where the crime happened that even more disturbing. plus ice cream trucks a sign of summer why residents in one neighborhood want this ice
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continues right after this. . live from studio 46. this is cbs 2 news this morning. it is 6:30. 50 degrees, a great day outside plenty of sun highs in the upper 60s traffic and weather on the 2's coming your way. the race for the democrat nomination is in the homestretch and victory is in site. >> thank you new york. we love new york, we love new york. >> thank you very much everybody. hillary clinton and donald trump take the top prize in the new york primary.
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close to call on long island and the out come could cause a power shift in albany. thanks for waking up with us. we begin with a race that could lead to a shift in albany. todd kaminsky in an effort to replace dean skelos, we have more from rockefeller center. it is a battle for a seat and majority in the evenly split state senate, a viktor has yet to come out on top. both democrat todd kaminsky and chris mcgrath cast their ballots votes are still being counted. the seat was once held by dean skelos convicted of bribery, extortion to get his son no-
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todd kaminsky and former prosecutor based his plat tomorrow on a government for the people receiving an enforcement from president obama and clinton. >> i can't wait to go up there, work as hard as i can. >> until every ballot is, still hanging in the balance and so does senate majority. holding 31 seats each. came down to the wire, we're going to pull this out. >> republican is counting on every vote being counted after receiving over a million dollars in campaign donations the former attorney was endorsed by 14 police unions. last night's speech was not a concession. >> hopefully when everything is counted we're going to prevail. >> now because this is a special election whoever comes out on top here will have to run again in november if they would like to secure a two-year term. live in rockefeller center long island.
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thank you. time 6:32 let's do traffic and weather on the 2's with john elliot. >> all right so we've got sunshine, you need a jacket it is a little cool out the door but a lot of sun waiting for you today. high pressure in control, wind though should not be as much of a menace today. 50 in the city, cooler readings for the island and hudson valley. typical dynamoics underway as we continue our journey, lunchtime around 60, that's cooler than yesterday, 64 early afternoon and 67 kicking back enjoying that sun and sunset later today. you don't want to be late make sure you're ready for the day here is kyla. have to do it. we're going to start with jim smith in chopper two, a hot spot in the morning to tell us what things are looking like jim what do you see today. >> right now the lincoln tunnel checking in with the longest
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about a 20, maybe a 25 minute delay now getting into the tunnel about 10 to 15 if you take the holland or george washington bridge. jim smith. we have a few trouble spots to get through start in brooklyn hancock street is closed westbound from tompkins avenue to marcy avenue due to fire department activity, watch out for that. alternate side parking is in effect city wide if you are headed to the airport. all is on or close to schedule at jfk, la guardia and new york liberty airports. more on campaign 2016, new york's primary election, hillary clinton and donald trump where the big winners in yesterday's voting in the race for president. janelle burrell joins us live with more, hi, janelle. both trump and clinton reveling in their wins this morning pulling off double digit victories racking up the majority of the delegates in
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>> i can think of nowhere that i would rather have this victory. >> today you proved once again there is no place like home. >> most needed empire sized wins for both of the empire state favorites. the billionaire queens native pulling off a decisive win celebrating with his family and hometown crowd. now donald trump is hoping to ride this momentum all the way to the republican convention, the gop front runner confident he'll have the most delegates and even if he doesn't get exactly all of the 1237 votes needed, he says the republican party has no right to deny him the nomination. >> nobody should take delegates and claim victory unless they get those delegates with voters and voting. >> trump's opponents not letting this deter their campaign, won among men and
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of the night. >> when you have sky high negatives nobody is voting for you. for the democrats, hillary clinton getting the sizable victory she needed after losing the last 7 of 8 contests to bernie sanders. >> new yorkers, you've always, always had my back. >> sanders brushing off the defeat convinced he stands a better chance of winning it all in november. we beat donald trump by wider numbers than she does. polls shows clinton woman other whelmingly by blacks and voters. and all of the candidates are back on the road looking ahead to next tuesday's primary. thank you. another special election voters in lower manhattan chosen a replacement for shelton silver, democrat alice cancel is the
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challenge, ran on the working families parly. cancel will now represent the assembly that spans part of the lower east side and chinatown. stay with cbs 2 for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 we'll have updates throughout the morning and online at cbsnewyork.com and facebook and twitter. protests following a judges ruling in the peter liang case decided the officer will not go to prison for the accidental shooting of akai gurley back in 2014, the judge lowered the conviction to homicide with five years probation and 800 hours of community service. >> i apologize to the public and i wish i could undo what happened. justice was not served but don't worry, what goes around comes around. sooner or later peter liang, if
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someone in his family is going to feel our pain. >> defense lawyer says the newly-reduced conviction will be appealed. more police in a brooklyn police precinct under investigation in the growing gun licensing scandal alex was arrested accused of getting gun permits got 150 permits and sold some to borrow park part of the 66th precinct a retired detective say it is going to be tough tracking down all those illegally permitted guns. the correct way to do this is go back to the last 10 years ago and see who is getting permits if they should have or not. this will be a huge under taking. out of jail on $500,000 bail. meanwhile the internal affairs bureau plans to investigate the entire permitprocess. a man once involved in police brutality facing charges
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gone bag, saying he robbed two people monday night after he arranged to buy drugs from them. police say howell was carrying cocaine and xanax, part of a police brutality case, caught on surveillance video outside court he told reporters he is being framed police say that's absurd. >> you have two victims robbed by knife point. you have two victims that had to produce money. you had one victim who had defense wounds on his hands. both victims positively identified the defendant as kyle howell. >> suing nassau county for violation of civil rights in the 2014 beating the police office accused of using excessive force in that case was acquitted. still ahead an alleged ticket scam involving the hottest show in town. busted for what police say he was doing near two high schools. and we'll tell you how yo
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you may have noticed a chip enabled credit card, a new push to make your transaction time shorter. >> a utility bill unpaid what happened? something more serious than you'd ever imagine. now, cbs 2 investigates the devastating consequence, the
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tonight at 11:00. . the manhattan da announces an arrest, 32-year-old anthony accused of selling fake tickets to the musical hamilton, sayinghe advertised on craigslist and tried to sell bogus tickets, discovered they were phony when they showed up for the show and were denied admittance. had to be so devastating. finally got a ticket! too bad.
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weeks ago where they had a sting going on. 6:42 . it is matinee day, great coming in and out. no weather worries maybe your favorite show involves hanging out, outside it is going to be nice for that or maybe playing a little golf doing some chores it is also chinese language day, kids might be studying that, that's a smart move and national chedder fries day. come on you know you want chedder fries, this puts some chilly on them too. 50 and clear, winds variable at 3. relative humidity is low. numbers cool, 36 in monticello, those are the cooler readings hour by hour, well yeah you're looking at numbers cooler than we were, 67 your high this afternoon not as much wind national weather service posted a red flag warning for connecticuit with these low relative humidity values see
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of the city so watch out for that. another thing you have to be mindful of. if you suffer from this, but tree pollen is very high today stays high right through the weekend, one of the reasons we've been so dry 1.8 inches below for the month of april and for the season, you're looking at a deficit of almost 5 inches of rain. where is the rain? let's turn on the future cast wednesday dry, so is thursday, thursday increasing clouds friday morning commute dry. but by friday afternoon showers could even see an isolated thunderstorm. could see over half an inch on friday. no rain right now those roads are dry but getting busy right kyla? we'll take the good weather. helps us out. we have a street closure to tell you about we start in brooklyn hancock street closed westbound from tompkins avenue to marcy avenue, fire department activity causing
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take a live look outside, new jersey route 4 is still moving well at jones road heading towards the george washington bridge, let's take a look in lake success the long island expressway is heavy westbound at marathon park way, delays stretch from lakeville road through queens as we start to get busy. subway issues the southbound five rains are running with delays alternate side parking is in effect today. >> governor cuomo announcing safety measures for commuter rail ways conductors and engineers working on the lirr metro north under going testing for sleep apnea with undiagnosed sleep apnea fell asleep back in 2013 causing it to derail, four people were killed dozens injured. a school bus drive facing serious charges after he was accused of selling drugs police say he was selling heroin after
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schools, jennifer mclogan reports. parents of school age childrens appeared angry and frustrated learning that a driver for educational bus transportation is under arrest for allegedly peddling heroin. >> i'm just speechless because it is terrible. they are taking care of our children. >> the bust came here at 8 p.m. according to the heroin task force, 26-year-old a trusted school bus driver was caught selling heroin to a buyer. he declined comment after posting bail of $12,500. dealing heroin? >> this is proof that the heroin crisis knows absolutely no boundaries and has the potential to impact you even if you're not a heroin user. detectives have been beefing up patrols to catch the
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young addicts as heroin -- no one would like their bus driver to be purchasing any types of heroin parents hope more can be done. >> that's absolutely disgusting i have children that take the bus that's horrible, horrible. >> why don't they scrutinize the employees more carefully? bus transportation responded we act immediately if we suspect drive is involved, randomly tested for drugs and alcohol for the duration of their employment. he has been removed from service pending outcome of the charges. from the school bus company headquarters, jennifer mclogan. police in new jersey trying to track down bands of supermarket pickpockets we have video of two suspects with an ail isle of a shop write, coming in to shop when it is clear enough tries to snatch a
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police say grocery store customers are easy targets. that's normally what they target is people that are distracted, maybe cell phone is ringing anything like that. earlier the man got away with an elderly shoppers wallet, police do not believe the groups are connected. if you've been using a chip- enabled credit cards, you may have noticed something kind of takes a lot longer for the transaction to be approved. it is a problem now being partially addressed saying visa is launching new software to shave as many as 18 seconds off the time, the chip cards offer better security than just the magnetic strip. it does take a little bit of time. i want those 18 seconds back each. time now is 6:48 why residents of one neighborhood just want
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. beautiful way to start your wednesday morning, 6:51, 50 degrees, plenty of sunshine, emotions are heating up over an ice cream truck and loud music in tribeca. neighbors say the volume was way up until 11 p.m. some say the music was so loud they could hear it more than 30 stories up with windows closed! >> almost on the top floor in the building and felt like it was right outside. i think this is ridiculous. >> probably wake up kids in the neighborhood and hard to put them down to sleep because they hear it so loudly. >> ice cream trucks are not allowed to play music while parked, violations can be reported by calling 311. tribeca residents are trying to get it to tone down and keep
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ice cream sales through the roof that's for sure. call 311 if you have a complaint. time for traffic and weather on the 2's i could see how continuous music like that would get annoying. you hear it in your head and can't go ahead rid of it. it is an ear worm. upper 50s to the upper 60s and picture perfect skies. it is warmer on your thursday, turns wet on friday, weekend shapes up nice one on saturday, sunday okay for now we'll march for babies but it is cooler 9 a.m. as we get things underway around 52. let's get your commute underway. we start in brooklyn where hancock street is closed westbound from tompkins avenue to marcy avenue due to fire department activity so just look out for that let's head
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where we have a 40 minute delay, the george washington bridge and holland tunnel have a delay. and signal problems southbound 5trains are running with delays we'll check your mass transit where everything is looking good on or close to schedule, new jersey transit and long island railroad no problems there. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide. if you want to sing the national anthem at citi field you'll have to knock it out of the park. >> they found a performer who did just that. >> oh say can you see . was the winner of the contest, will sing the national an they will at citi field in august second. nice job let's check in with "cbs this morning." good morning chris and mary we'll talk with john dickerson about what do you think? hillary clinton and donald
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they had a good night, plus how cbs is trying to take on amazon with a new way to shop. mark phillips climbs above the danish island getting attention on climate change. and we like him from here helives where? >> virginia. >> he is going to show us why he is giving us his book for zero dollars nobody as free! if you lived in jersey would you still like him? >> yes i would. >> just making sure. bye-bye.
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before you go next. here is what you need to know before you go, hillary clinton and donald trump where the big winners in yesterday's new york primary. clinton took 58 to bernie sanders' 42 on the republican side donald trump with a 60% of the vote, john kasich with 25% topping ted cruz at 14%. on long island today
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ovechris mcgrath to replace dean skelous. arraignment set for today for staten island so-called ninja burglar, accused in nearly two dozen home robberies. >> police are expected to announce paroles arounsynagogues and temples for the jewish holiday of passover which begins on sunday. we have to look out for street closure in brooklyn hancock street closed westbound from tompkins avenue to marcy avenue that's due to fire department activity this morning let's take a live look outside at the lincoln tunnel getting busy we have a 40 minute delay the george washington bridge, holland tunnel, alternate side parking in effect today city wide.
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traffic cams and during your course of the day, cooler less wind, obviously fire safe as always red flag fire warning contained to connecticuit, 67 in the city, east end cool for everybody tonight a warm up tomorrow before some of that needed rain is back in the forecast for your friday, enjoy your wednesday. we'll have another check of news and weather coming up in 25 minutes thanks for watching have a great wednesday. captioning funded by cbs good morning, it is wednesday, april 20th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump and hillary clinton score huge victories in new

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