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. it's 4:30, a cool and wet start to the day we begin with breaking news, reports of a slashing on a 6 train near grand central after 3:00 a.m., a man was slashed in the hand after a fight broke out. the victim was taken to bellview hospital. we are gathering information. a live report coming up. arrest of a man accused of attacking an elderly man in brooklyn. >> not his first time targeting vulnerable seniors. >> i hope he is done, i hope hi don't let him out again. >> reporter: 83 year old aaron is talking about clarence
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walked out of the brooklyn robbery squad headquarters, accused in robberies targeting women in the bronx. >> he hit me in the face. >> reporter: she takes her chihuahuas out for walks and the suspect followed her in to her ocean parkway building after grocery shopping. he broke her nose and gave her two black eyesment police released videos of the suspects seen in a black jacket or hoodie since the crime spree started in january. monday morning came a tip jones was on 8th avenue. 20 minutes later he was busted >> reporter: the victims ranged from 71 to 91. the eldest this woman, attacked on her way in to her park slope apartment. her son is relieved because the
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likely found another defenseless senior citizen. >> they are vulnerable. that's the most despicable thing. >> reporter: her mom's black eyes healed and she is able to laugh about the suspect walking away empty handed. she still has her sense of humor. jones is facing 9 criminal charges, assault robbery and criminal possession of a weapon. he has 19 prior arrests and served 14 years in prison for the exact same crime targeting the elderly. . time for traffic and weather on the 2s at 4:32. >> what a busy morning we have underway. it's on again, off again showers and storms, some of the storms will be equally as powerful. rain and it is clearing, pushing to the easting wind
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busiest storm, pushing through suffolk county. lightning strikes. 2300 customers without power. house hit by lightning in burrgon county. a lot of cloud to ground lightning in concert. look at the contrast, cold enough for snow, well up state and hearts parts of new hampshire and vermont. that energy is going to feed in to a round of storms later in the day. 69 in the city. closer to 80 for parts of new jersey and not out of the 50s to the east. one of those dynamic days, gear up and leave time. speaking of saving you time, chila is in for alex. >> we have road closures this morning, we start in pleasantville. sawmill river parkway, closed in both directions between 29 and 27. the long-term construction project.
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detoured to marble avenue. we head to the bridge, closed for construction in both directions until 5:00 a.m. stick to the golf gofels bridge. hudson bergon light rail operating on a modified weekend schedule because of earlier overhead wire problems. alternate parking in effect city wide. new information on a nassau county robbery spree. a man wanted for knife point hold ups struck again, at a subway sandwich shop, it happened before 10 yesterday morning when he showed a knife to an employee and demanded cash. he hit a carvel shop april 13th. he is wanted in 11 robberies. video of the suspect in last weekend's road rage attack on the east side accused of
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off of first avenue saturday night. the victim, david pazaro was stabbed in the chest. he tried driving to the hospital but crashed on 76th street and madison avenue. he remains in the hospital listed in stable condition. voters in connecticut among those in five states heading to the polls for primaries today. >> donald trump and hilary clinton are expected to do well. >> reporter: donald trump spent the eve of the contests rallying support in the critical state of pennsylvania. voters will cast a ballot and also choose the delegates who will pick who the pennsylvania delegation supports at the gop convention. >> you have to go out and get your beautiful delegate card and vote for your delegates. >> reporter: donald trump lashed out at cruz and kasich
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delegates, taking aim at the ohio governor. >> he puts pancakes this big in his mouth. this is not a presidential person. >> reporter: after trying to down play the appliance early in the day, kasich defended the move. >> it's about resources and trying to stop hilary clinton. >> reporter: hilary clinton appears poised to sweep all five states at play today, she criticized bernie sanders for being reluctant to back her in the same way she helped barack obama in 2008. >> i spent an enormous amount of time convincing my supporters to support him. that is what i think one does. >> reporter: the vermont senator told cbs this morning that he isn't giving up. >> we are going to continue to fight until the last vote is cast. we will have a live report from connecticut coming up in the next half hour. on his final day of his
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president obama announced he is sending additional troops to syria. 250 troops will help in the war on isis. they will join the 50 u.s. troops in syria. president says they will provide training and assist local forces to drive isis out of key areas. >> one of things that's worked so far is us putting special forces in for training advising of local forces and intelligence gathering. >> he is still committed to finding a diplomatic solution to end syria's 5- year civil war. police in queens released a sketch of a suspect who touched a woman inappropriately on the subway. it happened march 22nd approaching the queen's plaza station 4:30 p.m., the man approached a 38-year-old woman, he placed his hand on her groin area above her clothing hx se believed to be in his 50s.
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inside an elevator remains behind bars. he was arraigned on a felony charge of manslaughter, held on $50,000 cash bail. got in to a fight with a neighbor sunday inside the kings bridge apartment building. he placed felix rodriguez in a choke hold. >> he was a very generous spirit. i don't want to talk about it. >> the medical examiner will determine the cause of death. a cherry picker broke down and caused quite a commotion in lower manhattanment they were working on a building when the hydraulic system failed. there was minor damage. a stop work order was issued
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prince's plane made an emergency landing and a report has been released. >> unresponsive passenger. >> male, female, age? >> i do not know that. unresponsive passenger. >> april 14*9, his jet landed in illinois on his way to minnesota. he was rushed to the hospital, prince's publicist said he was treated for flu-like symptoms. autopsy results may take weeks. new developments in the evolving scandal involving mayor de blasio. an investigation in to campaign finance law violations. tom brady's suspension is reinstated, what the quarterback is doing about it coming up. get ready, get you in to the game, make sure you are repaired. storms this morning, -- prepared.
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time for traffic and weather on the 2s. we got active storms in the area. thunderstorms with heavy rain. now pushing through. that's the line, that line stretches through back in to the jersey shore. we are seeing quieter conditions through parts of the hudson valley. this is less. storms pushed through, he makes a good point. share some fun. kids and pets day today. hopefully your kids not scared of storms but maybe your pets
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like all the thunder and lightning. 46. audubon day. radar shot in a second in the city. the storms pushed through, it's raining, what i noticed was the wind. it's one of those two handed umbrella days today because if you try to do it with one happened you will lose the umbrella. it's stronger here in the west side, 52, 49 hamptons. 49 monticello. readings closer to 60. for the jersey shore, 20 degrees warmer than it was this time yesterday. you are going to tap in to very warm air today, that will provide a lit miranda rule fuel for the poen -- little more fuel for the potential for storms later in the day retreats a bit, we see cooler air settle in, in to your wednesday.
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the light rain, better weather for burrgon. lightning strikes, a little bit of hail potential, as they continue to move quickly from west to east, earlier this morning, the storms were moving in 15 miles an hour. there is the next line pushing through today. it's going to be a busy election day in pa and connecticut as well. future cast, let's time it out. 6:00 in to the rest of the morning commute. a break, we get to catch our breaths, watchout, slippery spots, mid-morning, a few more storms in to parts of the hudson valley. in to the afternoon, see the next line taking form, taking aim, the busy corridors, that's going to slow down part of the commute, it shapes up for baseball or whatever activities you have for your tuesday night. wednesday is a break before we see a round of showers. 69 in the city. not even 60 for the island. 80 for jersey, a break wednesday, cooler with showers on thursday.
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can i imagine it's slow out there, what else to folks need to know. >> road closures and we will start in pleasantville, we have the sawmill riff parkway, closed -- river parkways closed in both directions. on going construction project. drivers detoured. the bayion bridge is closed until 5:00 a.m., until then, stick with the gofels bridge. see the rain drops on the camera. the rain does mean the roads are going to be slick today. take extra time. if you are waking up, here is a quick look at the stories making news this morning, the trial of marcel dockery continues in brooklyn, charged with setting a fire in his coney island building, killing dennis. his partner officer rodriguez
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in a whisper because of permanent lung damage. hundreds of street veep tores are gatt fee r a vendor power -- vendors are gathering for a vendor power parade. they caped the numb of permits for 3000 for year around food trucks. michelle obama will be in for college signing day. investigation in to possible campaign finance law violations by mayor de blasio and allies. the mayor is calling the idea outrageous. >> what the mayor is accused of is troubling. this is enough to look at. that deserves an open transparent investigation. >> reporter: dick da dy says prosecutors are right to look at whether the de blasio team acted legally when it steered
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committees in order to support democrats trying to win back the state senate. some of the money was spent on political consultants and media firms linked to the mayor. a leaked memo says the violations can only be described as willful and flay grant. the mayor, angry a confidential memo was leaked. your memorandum reflects a shocking lack of understanding or a complete disregard of the most fundamental aspects of the state's election laws. the team response branded bull on tomorrow's daily news front page. dick points out the commissioners who unanimously referred the case to pros are two democrats and two republicans. >> they take their matters
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for them to agree on anything between the republicans is something to debate. >> he calls it politically motivated interpreted as a reference to governor cuomo. a spokeswoman for the governor says all the office knows about what is is reported in the media tom brady is talking with lawyers about his legal options now that app appeals court ruled in the nfl. the court reinstated the four- game suspension of the patriots quarterback. brady suspended in connection with the under inflating of footballs in a playoff game, suspension was overturned by a lower court. on money watch, stock futures are higher after loss on wall street monday. investors reacting to disappointing earnings reports from companies including xerox.
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george is on his way to becoming fashion royalty, the bathrobe he wore to meet seller. the personalized robe from the company my first years sold out after these photos surfaced. the company is accepting preorders for more. time is 4:49. controversy over how soon is too soon to leave your newborn baby with a babysitter. irony mania is sweeping fans that waited a long time to
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second round of the playoffs. tone. there were no takers here. a bear was spotted roaming near a college campus in los angeles. the busy bear sprinting, hopping fences and you will see him climbing trees, try to get away from law enforcement. the department of fish and wildlife caught up with him, he was tranquilized and treated before they returned him to his habitat. two days in a row of good bear stories. time for traffic and weather on the 2's. we are your coast to coast bear source. you need an umbrella. the wind is going to be a factor. temperatures are all over the place today. 52 the temperature in the city now. worst of the storms, south shore to the hamptons and north shore. the line holds together but clearing the jersey shore. there is more rain filling in,
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to parts of -- 55 to 80. for your temperatures this afternoon. it's going to be one of those busy days, make sure you are geared up for it. let's get you on time early. we got to watch out for the rain mixing with oil on the roads. be careful. pleasantville, the sawmill river parkway closed in both directions, exits 29-27 for a construction project. drivers detoured to marble avenue. everything on or close to schedule. be aware the new jersey transit hudson burrgon light rail, going to operate on a weekend schedule because of earlier overhead wire problems. alternate side parking in effect city wide. islander fans have high hopes for tomorrow's game against tampa. thrilled with the team's performance.
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at the barclay center. the win ended a decades old playoff drought. >> the islanders ruled, tavarez is crazy, how do you stop that man? >> i screamed at the top of my lungs, i lost it. >> tied it in the final minutes, 5th goal of the series. 10 minutes in to the extra period gave new york the win in that second overtime period. pretty incredible. >> i had a chance to meet captain tavares. such a pro, such a nice guy as well. coming up, break towards your water bill this summer. the proposal to save you money coming up. >> his license says he was born in 19 hundred, he is behind the
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16 year old says instead of adding driver privileges, it stopped him from hitting the road. >> with all these issues, i can't drive and stuff. more of a hassle. i have been to the dmv 3 or 4 times. >> another student got a permit where his birthday was off by 7 months. dmv says it takes the mistakes seriously. >> they are making them. >> the kid gets in to every bar in town. >> right. >> he is legal. >> he never has to buy. >> free drinks. johnny let's talk. >> if you can wait a few minutes we will get a break this morning and be prepared for more storms this afternoon. watchout for the roads, it's slick, construction to
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>> still ahead, the top stories including a big day in 2016. live ahead of the northeast primaries. >> a different kind of parking problem, this one this the hudson river. why critics call a barge project dangerous and catastrophic. . why 911 memorial security
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national anthem. an attacker on the loose. >> reporter: good morning, the nypd is searching for an armed attacker right now. the victim was able to escape that attacker, get off the train here at grand central
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police are downstairs now patrolling the areas the underground subway 6 platform. at 3:20 this morning, an armed attacker got in to an argument with a male victim. when the victim put his hands up in self defense, the attacker slashed him, using a knife that he pulled from a green backpack. now they say the victim was able to get off the train, he did alert police, the suspect stayed on the northbound 6 train and not sure where he went to. went to. police are saying they are searching for the suspect, but the victim is expected to be okay. he was slashed in the hand, this is non life threatening injuries. this is along a trend, i heard many people talking this morning on the subway platform about how they were grateful and thankful they missed this entire incident in a growing
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city. a nasa county robbery spree, a man wanted for knife point hold ups struck again at a subway sandwich shop. he showed a knife and demanded cash. the same man hit a car vel shop on april 13th and wanted in 11 robberies since march 1st including half a dozen hold ups although dunkin doughnuts shops. the next round of storms is this afternoon. in the city, 51. cloudy, that's the report out of central park. we are catching a break prom the rain. not so on the east end, pushing in to river head, north shore to south shore. in to the hamptons, gusty winds, hail with the storms as well. earlier storms in burrgon county. knocking out power, 2000 without power.
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heavy rain in to orange and susox county, holding together and pushing through passe ak. the next line just now pushing through the buckeye state in to parts of western pa will be in our area this afternoon. the high is early this afternoon, the high is misleading, a lot of variety as far as temperatures, that variation will give a little extra strength to the storms this afternoon. it's been sloppy this morning. be careful of the roads, they are a little slick. pleasantville, closed in both directions between exits 29 and 27. a long-term construction project, detours will be drivers are going to be detoured to marvel avenue. live look in queens, the lie is moving well. we got the rain on the camera, rain drops, slick roads to watchout for this morning. checking mass transit.
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new jersey transit will operate on a modified weekend schedule this morning. that is because of elier overhead wire problems. campaign 2016, connecticut, one of five states holding presidential primaries today. >> the front runners are expected to come out on top. >> reporter: the polls will open at 6:00 this morning, the primary elections are certainly generating a lot of interest, the local polling sites are expecting a huge turnout and thousands of voters in connecticut registered at the last minute. the battle for the democratic and republican nominations continue across five states. delaware, rhode island, maryland, connecticut and pennsylvania, 462 delegates are up for grabs. during the primaries, hilary clinton and bernie sanders will be stationed in pennsylvania,
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clinton focused oh an never match up against trump. she could have a sweep in the contest. a win in the five northeast states could make it impossible for bernie sanders to win the nomination and plans to stay in the race until the convention. >> real change is never given to people, people have got to fight for it. >> reporter: republicans fighting for wins in the primaries, 172 delegates, donald trump will stay in new york as the votes come in tonight, polls point to him coming away with wins across the northeast states today as well. his opponents joined forces trying to stop him from winning the gop nomination. >> reporter: trump's opposing candidates can't get enough delegates to become the nominee
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get the delegates either. kasich will step down in the next week's indiana primary to clear the way for ted cruz and later on ted cruz will not actively campaign in new mexico and oregon. these candidates have been campaigning hard across the northeast states during the last few days. the polls in connecticut will close at 8:00 tonight. mipd officer took the stand against her teenage accuser, accused of starting a fire that killed her partner. he died fighting the coney island fire two years ago. his family was in tearss that courtroom watched video showing the officers overcome by thick black smoke. >> you can imagine that this family had to sit there and watch the last steps of their son. >> prosecutors say 18 year old marcel started the fire because he was bored and facing second
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get 25 years to life in prison. police released video of a man accused of trying to rape a woman on the east side. he gropeed the woman in the tell vatter before trying -- elevator before trying to get in tore her apartment. father philip waters was in the church and 33 year old shawn swinton punched the father, father philip followed swinton out of the church. >> you are classical slow speed chase. i got a couple of my church people b we followed him to broad street. a couple of times he turned around and yelled at us, we kept our distance. >> the group finally found a police officer, swinton was arrested and charged with assault and was held without bail. the city's water board will
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reduce water and sewer bills this summer. de blasio proposed a bill. applied to all, one to three family homes across the citys the result of the administrations decision to no longer require a fee with the water bill. it will be a 17-40% savings on annual bills. come november, suffolk county voters maybe asked if they want to pay usage fees to fund improvement measures. suffolk has 360,000 unsewerred homes. fish and shellfish star for oxygen are dying, eel grass and marshes are suffocating. stove blown is calling for a -- steve blown is calling for a referendum. >> let the people decide whether we are going to protect
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>> a fee of $1 per 1000 gallons used. the county will need state legislation to get the referendum on the november ballot. still ahead, the battle of the barge's, over a plan to park the large boats at liberty state park in ellis island. . a school require tribute at the 9/11 memorial cut short. why guards silenced their singing. busy weather to start your day today. it gets a little cooler later. you have to have the jacket and umbrella at times, too.
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raining when i got outside today. >> storms when you came in this morning. >> just beat it walking in. >> nothing. >> it was like from a sprint to the car. in the city, no rain, it's cloudy. this is a batch that's going to pub through starts of susux to burrgon. back up to over 2000 without
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a lot of lightning affiliated with the storms. up state new york, 10 degrees colder in albany, ontario, cold enough for snow there. numbers dropped from yesterday. a lot of warm air to the south and west. this is kind of a wedge, that will give extra lift in height to the storms and we are anticipating potential for stronger storms, mid afternoon. that could be somewhat vexing for the afternoon commute. 69 the high today. not really. it's all over the place, we will show you proof of that in a second. sunset at 7:47 could be spec tech spectacular.
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south hampton, that's where we are seeing the active lightning. it continues to push out. the next batch pushing in to parts of north jersey, a break, then here comes the next line that will push in to the warmer air. that is why the national weather service concerned about the risk of a isolated severe thunderstorm with that we mean damaging winds, maybe 50-60 miles per hour winds and small hail. this is the area, again, probably where you live. that's a pretty big area, you got warm air, surging up from the south. you will see close to 80 in jersey. cold air to the north, you won't see 60 likely on the east end. i know, it's one of those days, we see cooler air settle in, it shapes up for your wednesday. a pretty day, it's a cooler day on thursday, it's looking like more of the rain is going to stay to the south on thursday, we will leave that chance for a
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would be a shower, it's cooler, there is more stability in the atmosphere. today there is not. it's going to be a stormy afternoon. weekend is shaping up right now. we start with road closures, pleasantville, sawmill river parkway is closed. drivers are going to be detoured to the marble avenue. we have construction blocking two lanes on the southbound fdr drive at 63rd, see tail lights there. we got delays back to 79th street this morning. checking mass transit. everything is on or close to schedule. be aware, new jersey transit hudson burrgon light rail will operate on a modified weekend schedule and that is because of earlier overhead wire problems. alternate side parking in effect city wide.
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the plain states are bracing for tornados and baseball sized hail. the storms dropped golf ball sized hail as it moved through san antonio. a tornado threat begins this afternoon and expected to last through the night. one school district in oklahoma has canceled classes for today. forecasters say the tornados could be on the ground for 30 minutes or longer. normally on the ground for no more than 15. a barge battle in jersey city, they want to anchor between the statute of liberty and ellis island. views will be lost and ferry traffic disrupted. >> reporter: upper new york bay is known for proximity to ellis and liberty islands and beauty. views are a major attraction, twhawn jersey city mayor says will be ruined if barges are allowed to more here. >> it would have a dramatic
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estheticallies from a visitor's stand point. the park is a jewel. >> reporter: the new york state marine highway transportation company applied for a permit to install motherings in the waters between liberty state pack and ellis island. the newest client, a rock quarry would use them to tether barges full of crushed stone until they are ready to go to customers. the troy based company has the support of the maritime association of the port of new york and new jersey but not many others. >> my kids, that wouldn't be as nice. >> it's the wrong place for the barges. >> reporter: michael is vice president of statute crewses and says navigation is the main concern. >> they are going to tie up square footage between where our boats depart from at liberty state park and fist stop is ellis -- first stop is ellis island. >> reporter: a number of people say there is a simple solution. move the barges farther south.
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of places the barges can go. >> reporter: army corps of engineers are responsible, a decision will be made in the next 3-6 months. >> cbs reached out to one of the owners, they are not marid to the location and -- married to the location. a long island deli will under go repairs after a car careened through the windows. 6 workers were stunned but unhurt. the lunchtime crowd had gathered at the business on the roosevelt border. a driver struck another vehicle which careened in to the deli. the drive was aler when she was removed from her vehicle. . a security guard at the 911
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choir from spontaneously singing the national anthem. the teacher got the approval to sing but says a second quickly canceled the impromptu concert because they didn't have a license. >> i'm not mad, i feel like i was supporting the people who died that day and supporting my country. >> a spokesperson for the 9/11 memorial apologized to the students and the choir has been invited back for another visit. common sense. ahead, a new role for the star and creator of the broadway smash hit hamilton. date night sparking controversy. some are calling her an un fit mom coming up. another check of the
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in the city, cloudy and 51678 not the case for our friends on long island. south hampton, south hold, through the forks, dealing with very active weather. a lot of lightning affiliated, a little bit of hail as well. another batch filling in to central sussex in to passic. a break and we wait for the uneven heating to strengthen the storms. they will push through this afternoon. it's hit and miss showers, isolated thunderstorms could be potentially severe.
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cooler to the north and east, a quick sampling, look at this, this afternoon, 69 in the city. the low 80s in jersey, and not out of the 50s in to parts of connecticut. let's get you to all of the areas right now with keilla chila. hamilton avenue, it's causing delays back to atlantic avenue. we head to pleasantville, north, the sawmill river parkway closed in both directions, for a long-term construction project. drivers will be detoured on to marble avenue for that one. queens, a live look outside, the belt parkway is moving
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airport. be careful, everyone, we got the rain on the roads making it a little slick. let's talk sports, mets and yankees in action last night. >> good morning, coming up tonight, mets continue the series with the reds, yankees have game two in texas. game one, just what the doctor ordered. else bury gets the party started in the third. a bid for no hitter and gave up a hit in the 7th inning. mets michael is loving that 3 spot this the line up. he has been on fire. third of the season makes it 1- 0 mets. 9 strikeouts in the no decision. game tied at 3. walker, he continues to punish pitches. his 2-run home run in the 7th, gave the mets all the cushion they would need. social media users are shaming christy tiggen for leaving her newborn at home to go on a date night with john legend.
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people behavior. tracee carrasco reports. >> reporter: 10 days after giving birth, model crissy stepping out with her husband this past weekend. the first time parents date night igniting an internet backlash, calling her a bad mom. >> we need it. we were 9 months carrying around the baby. it's stressful. >> reporter: many people on social media not feeling the same way, criticizing her, saying i wouldn't leave my baby after a week. some folks just don't get it. poor luna, spend bonding time with your baby and not let the nanny or babysitter raise them. >> i don't think she was a bad mom. she wanted to go out, it's not like she left the baby with a random person. >> i support the baby. i came out here without the baby. >> reporter: if she feels
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>> reporter: psychotherapist and parenting coach agrees. >> i think the last thing in the world a new mom needs is a lot of judgment from others on
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>> reporter: 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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turning to the radar, see the storms passing through. power outages reported throughout the tri state area. all eyes on the race for the white house. a round of primaries gets underway today. voters prepare to the head to the polls in connecticut. first, we begin with breaking news, subway slashing overnight, good good morning. >> slashing took place on the number 6 train in manhattan. the hunts is on for the attacker. >> reporter: a slashing suspect attacked a man on the northbound 6 train, the victim
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got medical attention. police are downstairs under grounds searching the train platform for information for evidence they may find. this happened at 3:20 this morning when the victim and the suspect got in to an altercation on a northbound 6 train. the suspect pulled out a knife from a backpack, and when the victim put his hands up in self defenses that's when he was slashed across two fingers. the victim was able to get off of the train at grand central terminal and get help. they are looking for him now. i was downstairs on the platform earlier this morning, i heard subway riders talking about how they were thankful they missed out on this incident. this is becoming a growing trend. nypd numbers showing more than 1000 knife attacks in the city this year alone, as for the victim, he is in stable
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as for the suspect, nypd are searching for the man. new information on the nassau county robbery spree. a man struck this time at a subway sandwich shop. it happened before 10 yesterday morning when she showed a knife to an employee and demanded cash. the same man is believed to have hit a carvel shop in north valley stream on april 13th. he is wanted in 11 robberies since march 1st, including half a dozen hold ups at dunkin doughnut shops. a little bit of rain out there this morning. >> problem iss we need the rain. you see the storms rumble through, it's going to be good. it's going to help with the pollen count and a lot of things but leading to localized flooding as wellment in the city, clouds and 51, the wet sidewalks and roadways evidence of the heavier rain from earlier. heaviest through the hamptons. see it weakens a bit up to the
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another batch in to passia and a break for the area before the next line pushes through, that's the middle part of the afternoon. if the kids are in school, could be somewhat problematic for pick up, make sure you leave extra time, the high we hit earlier in the afternoon before the cooler air filters in, is going to be chilly. tonight more on that coming up in a bit. the commute is heating up, already, an accident to talk about this morning in brooklyn. this accident blocking a lane
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hamilton, causing delays back to atlantic avenue. a live look outside, we have good news, no delays at the george washington bridge, the tunnels are moving well. the rain stopped. no so bad on the roads. mass transit. everything is close to schedule. the new jersey transit hudson bergen light rail will moderate on a weekend schedule because of overhead wire problems. alternate side parking in effect city wide. campaign 2016, voters in connecticut head to the polls for a presidential primary. >> one of five held, all here in the northeast. >> reporter: voters in connecticut can head to the polls they open at 6:00. the sites are going to be busy, voter turnout is expected to be very high as donald trump and hilary clinton aim to sweep the northeast states. the battle for the democratic and republican nominations continue today across five states. delaware, rhode island, maryland, connecticut and pennsylvania. for the democrats, 462 delegates are up for grabs. during the primaries, hilary clinton and bernie sanders will both be stationed in pennsylvania, trying to lockup the votes here. clinton is focused on a
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trump, new polls show she could have a clean sweep this the contests. >> you don't fly the jet in and land it and go make a big speech and insult everybody. >> reporter: a win in the 5 northeast states can make itm possible for bernie sanders to win the nomination. he plans to stay in the race until the convention. >> real change is never given to people, people have got to fight for it. >> reporter: republicans fighting for wins in the primaries, 172 delegates, donald trump will stay in new york as the votes come in tonight. polls point to him coming away with wins across the northeast states as well. his opponents joined forces trying to stop him from winning the nomination. >> they ought to drop out of the race. >> reporter: trump's opposing candidates can't get enough delegates, they are strategizing so he can't get the delegates either. kasich will step down in the indiana primary to clear the
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later on, ted cruz will not actively campaign in new mexico and oregon. because the voters have so much interest in the election, the polling sites have brought in extra ballots but prepared for the expected high turnout. the sites will close at 8:00 tonight. police in queens released video following the robbery of a college point grocery store, it happened sunday 10:30, college point boulevard. he displayed a silver handgun behind the counter and took cash. no injuries reported. police arrested a man accused of attacking vulnerable seniors in brooklyn, queens and a bronx. jones used a knife or a gun to rob 8 women ranging in age from 71 to 91. aaron says the suspect followed her in to her ocean parkway building as she returned from the grocery store.
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2 black eyes. >> he clobbered mes think. he hit me in the face. i didn't have money, i would have put up a fight. >> 66 year old joans is facing 9 charges including robbery, assault and weapons possess. he has 19 prior arrests and spent 14 years in prison for similar crimes. former marine accused in the death of a bronx man remains behind bars this morning. fa leasiano was arraigned on a charge of manslaughter, held on $50,000 cash bail. he got in to a fight with a neighbor sunday inside their kings bridge apartment building. he placed 74 year old felix rodriguez in a choke hold.
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this the elevator. feleciano returns to court friday. a mailion dollars in heroin and cocaine is off the streets. 7 drug dealers are under arrest. police found drugs hid inn secret compartments in cars and confiscated 3500 doses of heroin. the executive says drug dealers are targeting young adults in record numbers. >> with fatal overdoses this year alone at 48 compared to 58 for the entire year, last year the war on heroin continues. >> investigators say the drugs are being distributeed from the bronx and sold. audio from the call made when prince's plane made an emergency landing 6 days before his death has been released. >> what the nature of the emergency? >> unresponsive passenger.
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>> i do not know that. unresponsive passenger. >> april 14th, prince's private jet landed in illinois on his way to minnesota, he was rushed to the hospital. his publicist says the singer was treated for flu-like symptoms. he died at his estate. results may take weeks. coming up, buyer beware, a suspect caught selling fake tickets to bruce springsteen. >> police carry men out of a north carolina state house, protesters rally against the state's anti lgbt law. a giant kfc sign comes crashing down in the middle of a storm. connect with us during the
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. creator of hamilton, disney confirmed he will star in a sequel to the classic mary poplins. set to play a classic. the original, which started july andrews won five academy awards. help with traffic and weather on the 2. >> let's check in with our weather watchers. we have 53 brooklyn. 49 on the north shore. readings in the 40s hudson valley, cooler this, is bob k 46, he has a few more showers now. another batch pushing through, the sad reminder, this is the 30th anniversary of chernobyl. you will hear about that today around the area.
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bob has 54 toms river. what is interesting, bob on the jersey shore, he is going to be closer to 80 today. we will struck toll be close to 70 in the city. parts of the area may not see 60. that's variation in temperature, one of the ingredients, the elements you would need for the potential for stronger storms later. cloudy and 51 in the city. numbers around the area, there isn't a huge spread, 45- 56. over 10-degree spread. this afternoon, the spread will be pronounced. hour by hour, 64 lunchtime. the high earlier in the afternoon for the city, it's around 70, but that's the middle part of the equation. it will be cooler for parts of the island and quite a bit warmer in tear yore sections to the south and west. now, south and west, you are dry just damp. the next line of showers pushing in to what will be sullivan, orange and sussex county. we have so many folks without
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rock land, west chester. a nice beneficial rain. the heaviest rain clearing the island. it's pushing through montauk. we get a break, we catch our breath before this line of showers pushes through this afternoon. however, that said welcomes the added lift in the -- with the added lift in the atmosphere, we could see a severe storm. this is great news, if the kids are going to school. you are off to school, with a few puddles here and there. middle part of the day, another line of showers, the problem s the individual storms could approach or exceed severe thresholds, winds more of a factor. windy around the storms, little bit of hail can't be ruled out. a nice break on wednesday. the rain is giving us a break from the pollen and that's why those numbers are going to be down today which is good news but then they will race back
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culprit tomorrow in to thursday. thursday afternoon, possibility of a shower as well. thursday, that's a different story. thursday is quite a bit cooler. not even 60. that would be showers in the afternoon. today, though, the busy day with potential if a few isolated strong to severe storms. i'm sure there are isolated pockets of slow going now. there are. good morning, everyone. one of the slick going pockets is in brooklyn. it is causing delays and go back to atlantic avenue. looking outside, see, we are moving well on the southern state parkway, beth page state parkway, south farming dale looking good. new jersey, we don't have delays to talk about as we look at route 78. glennside road, summit. we are looking clear route 24, 22 and the garden state parkway. we are doing fine.
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signs of a slowdown in the housing market. >> a change in the way many of us will get to our summer vacation spots. jill wagner is live at the new york stock exchange. henna daniels, great to see you. the markets closed slightly down after a dip in oil prices and some weak corporate earnings reports. the dow jones fell 26 points. justice department approved charter communications bid to buy time warner cable, creating the second largest home internet provider after comcast. as part of the agreement, regulators are forbidding charter from restricting what media companies can put on line and barring the company from charging the customers more. the federal government ended the investigation in to honda's failure to report complaints that it's vehicles caused
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honda was $70 million. and required and take steps to ensure the problem doesn't happen again. . the housing market could be slowing down, sales of new homes fell by 1.5% in march. the third month in a row of declines. west coast saw the sharpest drop when the 24% plunge in new home sales. some economists expect low rates and a strong job market will boost sales in next few months. americans are changing the way they travel to their summer vacation spot. a poll by airfare watchdog found 23% plan to drive to their destinations. still, most will fly. 52% of thems that number is down 8 points compared to 2015. demonstrations continue in north carolina over a law limbing protections for -- limiting protections for lgbt people. >> rallies were trying to disrupt legislators who were
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the top e legislated republican leaders -- elected republican leaders have no plans to repeal the law. nick jonas and demi lavato are next to cancel shows. they were scheduled to play in charlotte in june, in a joint statement they apologized to fans for the disappoint and called on them to stand up against the law. a man is arrested after police say he tried to rip off fans of the boss. nypd says they arrested a man for selling fake tickets to saturday's bruce springsteen center. they said quote he may have been born to run but not from our crime team. mayor de blasio will unveil the budget. the proposal at several new initiatives and a new police precinct. middle school children feel leftout. scores of students rallied
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to summer programs under the new budget. james says if blazeio gets his way, programs for 31,000 kids will be eliminated. >> they don't have special interests protecting them. we have here today. >> we have enormous responsibility to make sure that the children at our site have a place to be and learn how to fight against adversity. >> the mayor's office says it upped the number of spaces, but warned at that time about decreases for this year. up next, can preemies feel pain. the research changing the way doctors treat babies too soon. otis livingston has the sports update. yankees beat the rangers 3-1, tonight the mets continue the
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yankees have game 2 in texas. [incoming message beep] the average text takes your eyes off the road for nearly five seconds. [screaming]
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no one was hurt. the american academy of pediatrics says doctors need to do a better job of minimizing premature pain. treatments could potentially cause harm. strong medicines can slow the heart rate and drop blood pressure in newborns and early bouts of pain may affect brain development leading to anxiety and mood problems. >> we are cognizant of the fact, a baby experiences pain. >> before relying on painkiller, some hospitals try other methods like pacifiers, tight swaddling and skin to skin contact and nurses use a pain scale to check in the methods are working -- if the methods are working. everyone should be proactive against mosquitoes and choosing the right landscaping could keep the bugs away from your home.
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against mosquitoes is lathering up with bug spray or calling exterminator. there is a way to fight without the chemicals. >> instead of spraying chemical treatment on yourself on your skin, people are going to more natural remedies, that includes herbs. >> reporter: lemon grass, lavender and rosemary repels mosquitoes and bee bomb, a pretty purple flower, planting them close to your patio can do the trick. >> you can have annual color. lemon grass with them. >> reporter: you can use a plant called tat mint, rip tp leaf off and crush it between your fingers and rub it on the skin. >> all the plants are very easy to grow and a lot of them don't like a lot of attention. you can just let them go and do their own thing. >> reporter: proving it maybe
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your family bug bite free. >> standing water can be a cause for concern. breeding ground for mosquitoes. local nursery says you may want to plant certain plants that soak up the extra water. good ideas, at least a little step in the right direction. i was taking notes. >> especially if you have old tires in your yard, they collect water. >> i do. >> get rid of those. >> plant lemon grass in the tires, they will be all right. >> how are we doing out there? >> we are going to have standing water. a break and a few storms this afternoon. >> lots of fun. the good news is the rain is giving us a break for the main rush hour. a few accidents and closures, we will talk about that. new allegations in the growing corruption scandal involving mayor de blasio. a man slashed on the subway train, now the search is on for the attacker.
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can they afford it. . waking up to stormy weather, rain, isolated thunderstorms. i'm mary calvi. >> i'm chris wragge. >> subway slashing on the 6 train overnight , the victim got off the train at the subway station below grand central. the attacker stayed on the train , the search is on for the suspect. more of the votes cast today , the polls are open in connecticut, as of a few minutes ago. primaries are being held in four other states including pennsylvania, donald trump and hilary clinton are expected to win big. do the other candidates stand a chance? we will break it down coming up. mayor de blasio denies
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investigation in to campaign finance law violations by the mayor and allies. this stems from a state board of elections memo that leaked over the weekend. the details on the memo in a moment. suspected in attacks on 8 different senior citizens, accused excon captured. the details of his arrest coming up. a large animal, wild scene in a los angeles neighborhood that bear sprinting past people and cars, you saw him climbing pretty high fences as well. we are tracking some unsettled weather this morning, this is a live look at radar now. thunderstorms, rain passing through the area. thousands of people are without power this morning for more on
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john elliot for traffic and weather. >> a break in the city. there is the line of showers, north and west of the city, a break for all, before another round rolls in this afternoon. on facebook, folks asking about the mets, it looks okay for the mets later, sunset could be nice. cloudy now, winds are calm. heavier rain pushing through parts of the area, this will affect orange county and sussex as well. more of a light to moderate rain clear long island. after quite a bit of a break, we see the next line push through. the middle part of the afternoon. that could pose problems for the afternoon commute or if you are driving in to pennsylvania or maryland or delaware, mindful of the election to the west, and north today, we could see showers in connecticut and pennsylvania. your high, misleading, earlier in the afternoon, all over the
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spread this afternoon as far as the hot spots to the cool spots. take the rain gear and be smart. be smart and avoid trouble spots early. let's get you ahead of them. we got middletown, new jersey, a downed tree blocking a lane on route 35, northbound, that is nava sink river road. better news, no delay so is far at the lincoln tunnel looking good, moving well at all, hudson river crossings. mass transit, everything is close to schedule. be aware new jersey transit hudson bergen light rail will modify on a weekend schedule because of earlier overhead wire problems. alternate side parking is in effect city wide. breaking news, slashing in the city, this time on the number 6 train in manhattan.
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outside of grand central with more. >> reporter: police say the victim was able to escape the armed attacker when the subway train he was riding on stopped underneath grand central terminal. police are looking for the suspect, they say this incident happened at 3:20 this morning when two men were riding on northbound 6 train. the men got in to an altercation and the suspect pulled out a knife from a green backpack he was wearing when the victim put his hands up in self defense, that's when police say the suspect slashed him across the hands. the victim was able to get off the train here, he did flag down medical attention, as for the suspect, police say he kept riding the train. earlier this morning, i was down on the platform as police were continuing to search around people who were getting on and off the 6 train were saying they were grateful that they did not get involved with the incident at all whatsoever, they were able to avoid the situation, they noticed the heightened security as well.
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according to nypd numbers, over 900 knife attacks this year in new york city, as for the suspect, police are searching for that person, the victim is expected to be okay. here at grand central terminal, magdalena doris, cbs new york. a man is accused of stabbing a driver on east 61st, first avenue saturday night. the victim, david pazaro was stabbed in the chest. he tried driving to the hospital but crashed in to a parked car on 76th and madison he is listed in stable condition. campaign 2016, connecticut one of five states holding primaries today. >> the front runners are expected to come out on top, alana alana petrocelli.
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any voters, this will change as the day goes on. the battle for the nominations continue across five states. delaware rhode island, maryland, connecticut and pennsylvania. democrats, 462 delegates up for grabs. during the primaries, hilary clinton and bernie sanders will both be stationed in pennsylvania, trying to lockup the votes here. clinton is focused on a november match up against trump, new polls show she could have a clean sweep in the contests. a win could make it impossible for bernie sanders to win the nomination. he plans to stay in the race until the convention. >> real change is never given to people, people have got to
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fighting for wins in the fighting for wins in the primaries, 172 delegates, donald trump will stay in new york as the votes come in tonight. polls point to him coming away with wins across the northeast states today as wellment his opponents tried to stop him from winning the nomination. >> they ought to drop out of the race, we ought to unify the republican party. >> reporter: trump's opposing candidates can't get enough delegates to become the republican nominee and strategizing. kasich will step down in the next week's indiana primary to clear the way for ted cruz. later on, ted cruz will not actively campaign this new mexico and oregon. these candidates have been campaigning hard in the northeast states for the last few days. the polls in connecticut will close at 8:00 tonight. the manhattan district attorney confirms investigation is underway in a campaign law violations by de blasio and allies,. >> calling the idea outrageous. tonyaiello has more. >> reporter: what is mayor is accused of is troubling. there is enough to look at, and deserves an open transparent investigation. >> reporter: it steered money through committees in order to support democrats trying to win back the state senate. some of that money was spent on political consultants and media firms linked to the mayor. a leaked memo from board of elections lawyer says, the violations discovered by the investigation can only be described as willful and flagrant. the mayor, angry a confidential memo was leaked. >> i don't know what is motivating it. >> reporter: he denies wrong doing.
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it's amateur hour at the board of elections. your memorandum a flect as lack of understanding or a disregard of the most fundamental aspects of the state's election laws. the team response, branded bull on tomorrow's daily news front page. dick points out the election commissioner -- >> for them to agree on anything between the republicans and the democratic commissioners is something to bake. >> he calls the leak politically motivated. that's a reference to governor cuomo. the attorney used to work for him. a spokeswoman says all the officers knows about so what they read in the news. a battle of the barges, new plan to park barge between liberty stateel and lis island has residents in an up roar. could be a pollution
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numbers in the mid 50s to the 40s, changing dramatically this afternoon, we see temperatures stuck in the 50s
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with 80 for the jersey shore. i want to point this out, mary ellen has 54 in middletown, the first humming bird of the season, audubon day in honor of john james audubon's birth. if you have stuff in the backyard, it's going to get windy. make sure things are ready for the storms. i appreciate bruce adams, from north port. today is national pretzel day. honoring the varieties of pretzels. alana petrocelli in brooklyn, pointing that out. nothing like a nice snack of a pretzel. a break in the city. definition of the clouds, that means we will see breaks, some sun and the clouds will return in earnest, we see a line of storms push through this afternoon. 52 in the city. it's light moderate rain, clearing long island.
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city, rock land west chester, putnam, more in the way of light rain, we knead the rain, running a deficit, helps with the pollen count. this line of heavier showers, that holds together through parts of sullivan, orange in to sussex and rock land as well. mid afternoon, we see the line of showers and storms. it's going to push in to very warm air, the national weather service giving you a heads up, there is a marginal risk where we could see isolated thunderstorms, anthony was asking about that. potential is there. the potential is there for 50- 60 miles per hour wind, could see small hail. that would be this afternoon. it's interesting, we anticipate the high for the day will be early in the afternoon. we say 69, it's because we are splitting the difference. it's going to be all over the place. warm air pushing in from the south, parts of interior new
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where in to connecticut and long island, could be stuck in the 50s. that adds to the instability in the atmosphere, con deuce conducive to the storms. brighter day for wednesday and cooler with showers in the area on thursday, lot of model guidance keeping the rain to the south, leaving it in the forecast. that would be showers, because it will be cooler, that's the coolest day of next few. it's going to be busy this afternoon. make sure you are ready for it. always a good idea to check out the traffic before you go. thank you, john. good morning k everyone, a little trouble in middletown, new jersey to start with this morning. a downed tree, blocking one lane on route 35, northbound, that's navasink river road. a modified weekend schedule this morning because of wire
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heads up for the lirr customers on montauk branch. buses replace trains from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. for track work. make a note of that. alternate side parking in effect today city wide. lawmakers are floating a controversial referendum. they say it will save treasured natural resource. >> some claim water and air should be free. >> reporter: suffolk county has 360,000 unsewerred homes, more than the entire state of new jersey. that spells trouble. nitrogen pollution from the septic systems is rampant. fish and shellfish are dying. >> let the people decide whether we are going to protect
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>> reporter: suffolk executive stood with business and environmental supporters announcing plans. all served by the public water supply would pay a fee of $1 per 1000 gallons used. >> every dollar that's invested by a homeowner generates $1 million, that goes to the environment. >> reporter: that goes in to a fund to connect homes to sewers, upgrade cesspools and protect the ground water, the sole source of drinking water for the county. >> we are taking steps that will turn around the declining water quality. >> reporter: the plan has critics. >> it's absolutely crazy. it's a gimmick to plug homes and really abuse of the public trust. >> reporter: others want clean water for future generations but not on the backs of taxpayers.
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>> reporter: this is not a county wide sewer tax, it's a user fee user fee. if you conserve, you payless. >> reporter: they are working to legislation passed to appear on november befores ballot. a company wants more barges between liberty and ellis island. some say that would ruin the beautiful views. >> it would have a dramatic impact on the park, visually esthetically, from a visitor's standpoint. the park is a jewel. we want to keep it that way. >> he started a petition to block approval of the permits.
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owners of the company. they would move after hearing the public outcry. mayor de blasio expected to reveal plans for a police resink as part of the -- precinct as part of the budget announcement. the mayor says the 106th precinct will shrink response times to the fastest growing neighbor nudes the area. mayor -- neighborhood in the area. coming up, can music help babies learn faster. revealing the results of a new study. a family of ducklings saved in a new jersey town.
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there is going to be puddles at at times. wind are be a men a menace. we are getting a break in the city. clouds and 52. winds are calm. see the rain stretching north of the city, through rock land, west chester, fairfield, heavier in to sussex and orange. we need the rain, for the season, we are running a deficit of 5.67 inches. with the potential for storms, that results in run off and one of the reasons we will see the stormses variation from the 50s to 80 for highs around the area today. it's going to be a fun day, we are catching a little break prom the weather. we have trouble, we start in middletown, new jersey, a downed tree is blocking a lane
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river road. traffic is moving well across the span, this week was the new cashless toll program. hopefully that's working to alleviate congestion. we see everybody moving. subway issues. 7 trains are running with delays this morning. alternate side parking in effect city wide. mets and yankees in action last night. >> otis livingston has a cheg on sports. >> coming up tonight, mets continue the series with the reds, city field, yankees have game two in texas. coming off of a 3-6, party started in the third. first homer of the season. yankees get the 3-1 victory. his third of the season, makes
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game tied at 3, how about neil walker, 2-run home run, gave the mets all the cushion they would need, 5- 3 was the final. otis livingston, cbs 2 sports update. all about beyonce. >> add james corden to the host of people sipping her lemonade. >> he took bats to old televisions sets. he discussed the struggles of writing a monologue. he is tierdz of making fun of -- tired of making fun of his
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he wondered if jimmy makes us laugh. the other two late night hosts. surprise release jumped to become number one, the number one album on i tunes here and more than two dozen countries and sharing the top of the charts with prince. more than 500,000 prince albums sold in the 3-days after he died. the best of prince sold 250,000 copies. prince was at the top of the list. top 10 songs on the list. beyonce with the release of lemonade moves him out of the top spot. a slashing on the subway. an nypd officer relive as moment she lost her partner in a fire. what led to a roadside rescue in new jersey.
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later as well. traffic and weather tonight 2s coming up. he hit me. >> an elderly woman attacked but wasn't the only one. a suspect is in custody, no stranger to police. breaking news, another slashing, this time on the 6 train near grand central central. a fight sparked the violence. the suspect is on the loose. magdalena doris is live outside grand central terminal with more. >> reporter: good morning, chris and mary, police say the suspect and the victim were struggling over the knife when the victim tried to grab the knife, he was slashed in his middle and ring finger, cut and bleeding. he got off of the train at grand central terminal. police were in the platform this morning, taking a look at what was going on. riders also obviously on edge,
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fight 2010 the men started 3:20 this morning, it was on the northbound 6 train, heading in to grand central terminal here. during the altercation, the suspect pulled out a knife from a green backpack, and that's when the victim reached for the knife and was cut. the train stopped here at grand central, the victim was able to flag down someone for help. the victim was taken to bellview and expected to be okay. police are not sure if he stayed on tp 6 train. they are looking for the suspect. live grand central certainal. magdalena doris, cbs new york. new information this morning on a nassau county robbery spree. a man wanted for knife point hold ups struck again, this time at is subway ongerco turnpike before 10 yesterday morning. the man is wanted in 11
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dozen hold ups at duncan doughnut shops. there is a $5000 reward for information leading to his arrest. a break, little definition of the clouds, we are waiting for round two in the city now, clouds and 52. parts of the area seeing showers, more pronounced in to orange county, see that, sullivan as well. the rain in to connecticut, election day today. times of wet weather there and in pennsylvania too. to the wests western pennsylvania k a line of storms, they are diving in to west virginia. we will see them fire up this afternoon. that's why we see the high a little earlier in the afternoon. the cool air will filter in behind that. a lot of varieties. we will talk about the
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time to get you out the door. good morning, everyone. middletown, we have a downed tree blocking one lane on route 35, northbound. subway issues this morning signal problems at mets willers point b queens bound 7 trains are running with delays this morning. that could cost you time. mass transit. new jersey transit hudson bergen light rail, a moderate weekend schedule because of wire problems. montauk branch buses will replace trains today from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
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for track work. clinton focused on a never match up against trump. -- november match up against trump. a clinton win the five northeast states could make it nearly impossible for bernie sanders to win the nomination.
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until the convention. republicans also fighting for wins in the primaries, 172 delegates, donald trump will stay in new york as the votes come in tonight. polls points to him coming away with wins across the northeast states as well. his opponents joined forces trying to stop him from winning gop nomination. >> they ought to drop out of the race. >> reporter: candidates can't get enough to become the nominee. they are strategizeing to get support away from trump. kasich will step down in the next week's indiana primary to clear the way for ted cruz. ted cruz won't actively campaign in new mexico and oregon. because voter interest is so high , the polling locations are prepared, they brought in extra ballots to deal with the possible crowds.
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new suspect, video of the suspect in the road rage attack on the east sides. accused of stabbing a driver on east 61st off of first avenue saturday nite. the victim, david pazaro was stabbed in the chest. he crashed in to a parked car on 76th and madison. he remains in the hospital listed in stable condition. a cherry picker caused a commotion in lower manhattan. a crew was working on a building when a hydraulic system failed. minor damage, a stop work order issued for the site. a former marine accused in the death of a bronx man inside an elevator remains behind bars. he got in to a fight with a
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he placed felix rodriguez in a choke hold. >> he was a very generous spirit. i don't want to talk about it. >> the medical examiner will determine the cause of death. he will return to court friday. video of a man accused of trying to rape a 24-year-old woman on the low oh ir os side. he groped the woman in tell vatter before trying to get in to her apartment. emotions ran high as an nypd officer took the stand against the teenager accused of killing her partner in coney island. rodriguez relived the horrifying moments when she lost her partner. the family was in tear as the courtroom watched surveillance video.
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had to sit there and watch the last steps of their son. >> prosecutors say 18 year old dockery started the fire because he was bored. he is facing second degree murder charges. could get 25 years to life in prison. demonstrations continue in north carolina over the law for lgbt protesters. they were trying to disrupt legislators starting their session, the state's top elected republican leaders say they have no plans to repeal the law, that's expected to trigger more protests. ceremony in ukraine recalled 30th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear power disaster. 30 years ago today when the chernobyl plant exploded sending poisonous radiation over europe. there are widely varying estimates of how many people died due to radiation poisoning and higher cancer rates in the years that followed.
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elderly woman targeted. a suspect captured. it looks like a takedown but a rescue, the crazy behavior that happened moments before a new jersey officer rushed to save this man's life. how a teenager went from 16, one minute to the world's oldest man the next. we will explain. bear on the loose, taking officers on a wild chase
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a college campus in los angeles. he is sprinting, hopping fences. look at him hopping this chain- link fence. he finally did get tranquilized. getting a little nap in. treated by medics before they head him back to his habitat. traffic and weather. >> pr for the jungle book in theaters now. >> today is help a horse day. so many great agencies designed to help horses. the storms to deal with. there is instability, another round today. in the city, you got a break, daniel, weather watcher, reporting fog, evidence of that in the city as well. you got the mixing of the temperatures, high dew points, could see low clouds and fog, showers. 52 in the city.
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temperature spread. the numbers on average, similar to where we were yesterday. look at the jersey shore, you are starting to warm up. you could see readings in the upper 70s, low 80s. the city above normal around 70. parts of long island may not see 60. we got showers stretching through the twin forks and all the way in to pa. heavier rain in the last few minutes in to part of connecticut. watch these storms starting to fire up as well. the concern is going to be isolated severe thunderstorms, it's severe weather awareness week. want to remind you the threshold for a severe thunderstorm, winds at or above 58 miles per hour, also hail. the potential is there for a few isolated severe storms this afternoon, could see rotation as well. the flipside is, all of this rain helps with the pollen count, it's down before it
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with all the variation in temperature, plan on storms middle to late part of the afternoon. a break for the area, what is going on? we will take the breaks. heavy westbound through springs. the grand central parkway is likely your better bet now. subway issues due to signal problems, mets willets point. 7 trains running with delays this morning. checking mass transit, new jersey transit, hudson bergen light rail, modified schedule this morning. heads up for the long island railroad customers on the montauk branch. buses replace trains for track wore. alternate side parking in effect city wide. a 66 year old man accused
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vulnerable new yorkers is behind bars. he assaulted and robbed several elderly woman, brian spoke with one of the victims. >> reporter: the 66 year old suspect walked out of the robbery squad headquarters accused of robberies targeting elderly. she takes her chihuahuas out for walks at night and assaulted last month , the suspect followed her in to her ocean parkway building after grocery shopping. cbs 2 spoke with the grandmother after the attacker brock her nose and gave her two black eyes.
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jacket or hoodie. on monday morning came a tip, that jones was on 8th avenue and crown heights. 20 minutes later he was busted. the victims ranged from 71 to 91. the eldest, this woman, attacked on her way in to her apartment. aaron's son is relieved because the heartless suspect would have found another defenseless senior citizen. >> they are vulnerable. that's the most despicable thing. >> reporter: his mom's black eyes healed and he is able to laugh about the suspect walking away empty handed after the attack. >> i would have put up a fight. clarence joans is facing 9 different criminal charges including assault, robbery and criminal possession of a weapon. police say he has 19 prior arrests and served 14 years in
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targeting the elderly. new video of a quick action by a new jersey police officer, she said desperate man from suicide around 11:30, a river dale officer responded to a call of a crying man walking in to traffic on 287, the man attempted to jump off of the bridge but sergeant greg grabbed him just in time. the man was taken to the hospital for evaluation. a teenager, one minute the oldest man, the next, dmv in white plains issued a learner's permit with 1900 instead of 2000. you think that gives 16 year old dillan brown added driving privilege buttist one of several errors that stopped him from hitting the road. >> i can't drive and stuff. it's more of a hassle. i have been to the dmv 3 or 4 times. >> another student's birthday
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old babies brain processing. researchers say it can help little ones learn to talk. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. what did your mom listen to? >> a lot of rap. i listened to a lot of rapm makes you a genius. for the kids, heading to school, showers, northwest, northeast, on top of the map. we will see the 80s south and west, not the 60s for parts of the area east of the city. lot of instability out there. you are going to need the umbrella for the trip home. soaking rain through parts of fairfield county in to the hudson valley. this is the lane of showers we are watching for this afternoon. the concern s as it pushes in to an air mass with instability in it, we could see isolated severe storms, you got all the variety as far as temperatures. rain gear and keep your eyes open this afternoon. watching out for fog this
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middletown, new jersey, a downed tree blocking a lane on route 35, northbound at nava sink river road. subway issues, signal problems, queens bound 7 trains running with delays. live lack outside, it had to happen. the lincoln tunnel has a 30- minute wait. alternate side parking is in effect city wide. surprise for metropolitan and opera fans that attended a weekend performance this weekend. >> that's francesco, sounds great. he stepped in to the title roles final act. he had rehearseed the role but
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there was little time. he wore a t-shirt, jeans and sneakers under the black cape and sang on the edge of the stage. good morning to you. we are covering the primaries across five states, plus house speaker paul ryan will join us in studio 57. >> more of my interior from germany with -- interview from germany with president obama. the food truth detector , the technology that shows when produce was picked and if it contains pesticides.
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find your blend. police search for a man that slashed a rider. he got off at grand central, treated for cuts to his fingers. a man wanted for knife point hold ups struck at a subway sandwich shop. the same man robbed a dozen businesses since march. voters in connecticut among those in five states heading to the polls for primaries today. donald trump and hilary clinton are expected to do well, the largest delegate prize of the
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first look at a downed tree, blocking a lane on route 35 northbound. navasink river road. lincoln tunnel, busy out there. has a 30-minute wait, 20 minutes at the holland tunnel. 15 minute delay at the bridge. strong enough winds this afternoon, another round of storms that could also cause a little bit of damage. wet weather and foggy conditions in the area now. waiting for that next line of showers to develop, that's later in the afternoon. it's going to be a busier day today. numbers all over the place from 60 to almost 80 in the area. splitting the difference for the high in the city, a break wednesday, a cooler day on thursday.
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weather in 25 minutes. good morning. it is tuesday, april 26th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump slams his rivals' new alliance as weak and pathetic. primary voters head to the polls in five states today. president obama talks with charlie about china, north korea, and vladimir putin. plus, house speaker paul ryan joins us here in studio 57. how is this for a question, how fresh is your fruit? new technology could reveal information the food industry doesn't want to share. but we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> so they colluded, and actually i was happy because it shows how weak they are. it shows how pathetic they are. >> trump fights back against cruz and kasich.

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