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have a great day. . live from studio 46. this is cbs 2 news this morning. it is 4:30, 46 degrees, a cool morning but brighter afternoon ahead. traffic and weather on the 2's in a moment. first campaign 2016 the front after voting in connecticuit and four other states. janelle burrell joins us good morning. these wins are making it more and more likely it will be donald trump and hillary clinton. with sweeps in all five primaries donald trump now ratcheting up his attacks who
>> the only card she has is the woman card if hillary clinton were a man i don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. earning 105 delegates in his wins in connecticuit, delaware, pennsylvania, and rhode island bringing him 400 delegates ahead of ted cruz. cruz looking ahead to next week's primary in indiana. i got good news for you tonight this campaign moves back to more favorable terrain. >> there are delegate ted cruz stopped campaigning in the hoosier state. >> i'm not going to be in indiana. it was a decisive wind that had 189 delegates up for grabs.
philadelphia for the democrat national convention. >> still insisting he is more electable vowing to stay in the race until the convention. >> our national polls which have us 15, 20 points ahead of donald trump far more than secretary clinton. sanders promised to reassess his lead, he would need to win 80% of the delegates in order to win, trump needs to be 45 to be declared the nominee. time for traffic and weather on the 2's. it is a chilly one after a very busy day yesterday stuff everywhere, i'll tell you. we are dealing with cool conditions out the door we'll see more sun today and see nice little break friday into saturday.
northeast at 6. the concentration, brighter even to start the day through parts of the hudson valley this is the front that brought isolated storms that has pushed to the south. maybe a drop in ocean county i think we see more sun as the day wears on and a better chance you'll see a lot of sun as you head to the north. numbers still a little shy where they should be, those numbers get interesting over the next few days. how about the next few minutes, kyla is in for alex. it was a little chilly when i walked out the door, we have trouble on the roads, east rutheford, we have the ramp from eastbound route 3 heading to the energy turnpike, western spur closed because of a vehicle fire. also a big subway issue to talk about due to a partial platform collapse.
bus services is being provided, mary will have more on this developing story in just a moment. construction is blocking two of our northbound lanes on the fdr drive at 79th street. so far we're looking okay. alternate side parking is in effect city wide. commuter alert affecting subway riders as part of a station platform collapse as the east avenue station, heavy construction machinery caused a 20 to 40-foot portion of the platform to give way. nobody was injured but no service in both directions. a college town is on alert after a campus sex assault. >> other students fearful. it is a picturesque campus, a
5,000students off of the connecticuit turnpike, on the footpath when the unthinkable happened. >> the victim was walking from one building to another, apparently lured into the woods, ended up off of the path into a slightly wooded area adjacent to the path. >> kids are walking around, just kinds of shows that rape will happen or sexual assault will happen regardless of the situation. >> students have been cautioned to walk in pairs a buddy system they call it. this is the first stranger sexual assault at the school in recent memory. >> i usually go to the library, make sure i go back with them. >> i don't know how this happened. appears the attacker is an intruder to the campus. all we know it was a male
>> we're told the victim is back on campus, her physical injuries not considered to be serious. after a vague description. students are to keep their guard up for the foreseeable future. new this morning disturbing vandalism, police released the photo of a suspect who allegedly defaced five locations with swastikas around 4:00 in the morning along s avenue including a home's front door, garbage can and residential gate. people face charges after they shut down a factory making phony credit cards. they seized bogus cards, the group stolen 2,000 credit card numbers they were used in shopping sprees and stole a quarter of a million dollars in
retailer barneys. mayor deblasio, hop aides, they are now under scuteny under investigation for funding money. accused of directing $50,000 in a reportedly questionable contribution to todd kaminsky. >> can you say, pay to play?
like i said in 2014, this was a shake-down by mayor bill deblasio by business owners in new york city. a spokesperson says no action will be taken against them. winds up to 70 miles per hour hammered other parts of the state. in oklahoma, a funnel cloud formed about 90-miles southwest of oklahoma city as night
twisters were spotted with a line of thunderstorms. drivers in eastern kansas had to take it slow under heavy downpours in that area. six ticket broker had to pay up for violating scalping laws, eric schneiderman announcing a settlement with
6 brokers worth $2.7 million, started back in january found some firms would scoop up tickets and sell them at inflated value. new information on a man accused of jumping the white house fence yesterday afternoon investigators say the suspect seen here on a stretch didn't realize his exact location, apparently trying to escape police after stealing a boll's woman's purse. 4:38, bad news for tech
a so-called name polish perpetrator, accused of stealing hundreds of bottles of polish. terrifying moments on a roller coaster when a child eales seat malfunction we'll show you what last coming up next. after a chilly day yesterday the 60s return today, it is going to be a cool start nice bright finish and we have more wet weather to deal with. darkened privacy when you don't. modern elegance always. right now take 30% off our entire selection of beautiful cascade shades. let the sun shine in. or don't. it's all good. blinds to go.
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they hatched in march and thousands or names were submitted others includessed stars and stripes stars and stripes i kind of liked. liberty and freedom not bad too. time for traffic and weather on the 2's. you went to high school with a guy named birdie mcbird face. we have a few weather watchers chiming in in readings right in the mid-40s, it is chilly out the door. so here is the dole. rain, sun and wind and wash and then repeat. it is going to be that way. we are going to see a little bit more of an unsettled pattern with on again off again showers and next week as well. charlie is only at 41 degrees, tony at 41 too. tony bringing in really pretty
beneficial. we are going to see more rain, chance for rain on your thursday into friday the first part of next week as well. numbers, 46 in the city, northeast at 6 miles per hour. 41 in monticello, the cool spot in the hamptons, compared to yesterday without exception, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11 degrees colder, it is a little damp so you feel that chill hour by hour, more sun in the city and central and southern parts, shooting for 62 which believe it or not improvements the front was just on top of us. we have clouds filling in the
speak is to the south, now, here is the line where we're concerned with weather stretching from arkansas ar into texas where all of the elements are there for severe to isolated thunderstorms it is more of a rain event in fact we're going to leave the chance of a shower in the forecast to the south. you can barely see it on the bottom of your tv screen, parts of ocean county you could see a shower midday a glorious sun in the hudson valley, crystal clear in connecticuit, you are doling with lingering clouds in central new jersey. thursday starts bright but showers returning by the afternoon and at night the chance of rain will lingering into your first part of your friday as well. what happens a break on saturday and by late sunday that rain chance returns so definitely on again off again
on the breaks off the brakes doing all kinds of stuff what's going on. >> reporter: it is certainly hump day. 3 from the new jersey turnpike due to a vehicle fire this morning, also subway issues, we have a partial platform collapse in the bronx five trains suspended, shuttle bus service is being provided or customers may take wakefield bound 2 trains and make bus transfers at the respectivestops for more information go to cbsnewyork.com. alternate parking is in effect city wide. here is a look at some of the stories making headline a suffolk county man, of middle island pled guilty expected to receive a 24 year sentence.
is underway in brooklyn, accused of stamping on a drug suspect's head in july of 2014, charged with assault prosecutors say he was quote fueled by his own blinded uncontrolled anger the attorney said he resisted arrest and appeared to be grabbing for a gun. officials are expect details between the city and ride company, including a fee for operating at newark airplane. you can call him the name polish perpetrator. has taken a shine to a particular brand they are not sure why. take a look at this surveillance picture, he is on a name polish spree, all the polish has one thing in common, it is all made by essy. >> i was shocked about it, i wondering of course if he is
inside the salon on the upper east side, judy comes once a week to get her names done she along with police are wondering why only steal essy name polish. when i read the amount of stole that's incredible. >> this started on 48th street, employees noticed 200 bottles of the name nail polish gone, then they noticed him taking 350 bottles. then went back to the first store and stole 200 more. one bottle costs $8.50 at dwayne reed. saying they walked up with $9,000 worth of bottles that means he has 1,000 bottles on hand. why? she may have the answer.
years ago, the color is going to be shiny, looks wet and stays on. essy polish has very unusualnames. >> if that's the case, he has a secret stash police want to find. on the upper east side of manhattan, cbs 2 news. hard time explaining that one that's for sure. on our money watch stock futures are done, energy companies rose but technology companies fell the dow jones gained s&p rose by 3, nasdaq rose by 7.5. apple reported its first drop in 13years the company still earned $50 billion, down from last year, the numbers were seen as putting more investor
car giants are joining uber and lift to form a coalition to get self driving cars on the street, estimated 94% is caused by human error, hope is that self-driving cars will help lower accidents. 4:49 the search for a woman who allegedly hit a child in the playground with a hockey stick. this could be your biggest fear, riding a roller coaster and your seat belt malfunctions. we'll get another check of
>> going down through the bottom of the heart. they didn't put anybody in the seat we were sitting in, they loaded the rest of the seats off and let the ride take off again. says they've had problems with seat belts before. the park says it conducts daily inspections on all of its rides. >> who is taking the video? >> i think dad is taking it. you think he'd be using both hands to help the kids. that's just one guy's opinion. 4:52. time for traffic and weather on the 2's. two guy's opinion. who is taking a selfie kids is about ready to fly out. i'm glad everything worked out. it is chilly out the door, you have it will low 40s to just 47 in the city, even going to be colder tomorrow morning there is a frost advisory thursday morning, i know your tulips are sick of this, make sure you're ready for that your day
sunshine later today city north and west, rain chance returns for your thursday night into the first part of your friday, watching late sunday with clouds maybe rain to wrap up the weekend. we're not wrapping up the drive we're getting going. we are definitely not wrapping it up. in bridgewater we have an accident investigation that has all lanes blocked on route 28 in both directions, this is the vicinity of pearl street and the detour has been posted to get you around it. subway issues we have o'this ongoing story a partial platform collapse caused 5 trains to be suspended in both directions between east 180 street and dier avenue. shuttle bus service is being provided or take wakefield bound two trains or make bus transfers. you can go to cbsnewyork.com. alternate side parking is in effect city wide. chris and mary over to you.
lurking in a park. this blue dragon sculpture was unvailed yesterday morning, a gift from two sweetish artists donated to show their appreciation for the island's beauty. we thank our good friends for that. still ahead a big night for time magazine named the 100 most influential people in the world we will hear coming up. later a commencement controversy, why president
lincoln center included leonardo, mark zuckerberg, and the honor every wanted to see? hamilton. >> i have some hope they'll sing among others. >> i guess he is doing a show. that darn show, that's right. >> magazine is on stands now. i love that. >> ariana grande, nikki minaj. >> plus charlie rose did a nice tap dance. >> today is better than yesterday. you need a jacket out the door it is going to be a cool one. >> we got trouble in the bronx a subway platform collapse that's going to cause trouble all throughout the morning i'll talk about what you can do, to get around that. still ahead today's top stories including donald trump's big primary sweep and
brighter afternoon coming our way traffic and weather on the 2's in a moment. first campaign 2016 trump sweeps all five primary states, hillary wins big, hope still alife for the other candidates? computer alert, expecting big detours what caused this part of the station platform to collapse. good morning i'm chris wragge. i'm mary calvi. welcome to cbs 2 news, let's begin with results from connecticuit and four other states. put the front runner close to the nominations, we are live in the newsroom with the situation there. good morning to you chris and mary, big wins for donald trump and hillary clinton even with kasich and cruz trying to stop trump his wins are making it very tough for them clinton is already talking as though she is her party's nominee. for hillary clinton, it was the convincing wind she needed in
much more likely she'll be the democrat nominee. >> with your help we're going to come back to philadelphia for the national convention. taking four out of the five primaries leaving bernie sanders lagging even further behind but he still insists he is more electable vowing to stay in the race. >> our national polls which have us 15, 20 points ahead of donald trump, far more than secretary clinton. donald trump brush-off sanders all together. >> the only card she has is thewoman's card, she's got nothing else going. if hillary clinton were a man, i don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. the self-declared gop nominee earning 105 delegates in his wins in connecticuit delaware, pennsylvania, maryland and rhode island last night bringing him about 400 delegates ahead of ted cruz,
ahead to next week's primary in indian na. >> i've got good news for you tonight this campaign moves back to more favorable terrain. still 500 two republican delegates at stake in the primaries, john kasich trailing far behind both trump and cruz has stopped campaigning in the hoosier state all together. >> i'm not going to be campaigning in indiana voters can figure out what they want to do. >> kasich is not bowing out yet, trump needs to win 45% of the delegates remaining to win the nomination clinton needs to win 18% in order to officially be declared the democrat nominee. live in the newsroom. cbs 2 news. 5:02. let's get to traffic and weather on the 2's. it is chilly out there, in fact, cool during the course of the day, might want to have that jacket handy, we dry out today in fact a lot of us will see quite a bit of sun.
calm northeast wind,, notice a little green on the screen, that's ocean county you are still in the possibility of seeing a shower today. i think even further to the south, into delaware, maryland there will be showers if that's where your headed. numbers are headed up but not that much. warmer by maybe 2 degrees over yesterday, but we should see more sun particularly in the city and into the hudson valley and coastal clouds and clouds will linger. linger just a little pit. kyla wants to save you some time. good morning everybody, we have an accident investigation this one has all laned blocks on route 28 in the vicinity of pearl street so they have a detour posted to get you around this subway issues due to a partial collapse in the bronx, 5 trains suspended in both direction between east 180
chris will have more on this story in a moment. you'll have to do some getting around that this morning as they get through that problem. checking the hudson river crossings no delays at the george washington bridge, so far the lincoln and holland are also clear. alternate side parking is in effect city wide, chris over to you. commuter alert affecting subway riders, there is to 5 train service between 180th street and dier avenue due to a platform collapse at the station last night. the fear department says heavy construction machinery caused a 20 to 40-foot portion to give way, no one was injured but transport workers says it is time to look into subway safety. what is it going to take maybe for the federal railroad administration to start monitoring the subway that's 100 years old. there is no 5 train service between dier avenue and east 180th street in both
new this morning suffolk county police are looking for a man they say robbed a store at knife point happened last night at around 9:00 police say he showed the clerk his knife and made off with an unknown amount of money, there have been a string of robberies in nassau county as of now police don't know if they are linked. we're getting a better look at the man, latest took place at a subway story. it is the 11th story robbed since march first. they are putting up wanted posters of that man in hopes of ending his robbery spree. police are searching for a woman who allegedly assaulted boys at a staten island playground. the woman regularly walking with the stoler has vanished around 4:00 they were hanging out in this playground on staten island when he says the
him. this picture shows the 35 to 45- year-old in white coat hitting with his hockey stick. told us that her baby was sleeping and didn't want us playing making too much noise. 14-year-old was with him at the park on crispy lane, the woman was caring for a baby in a stoler and left the child unattended to confront them. >> came over took the sticks and went over there and went to go throw them over i got one of the sticks back and she went to go swing at me and missed and got right in the leg. >> it hurt very bad. >> when you have somebody telling kids not to play in a playground that's a problem. >> quickly heard about the attack and rushed to the park to question the unidentified woman. >> i said i just want to know why you would hit my kid and if the baby is sleeping why wouldn't you just walk away and
and eventually i said i'm calling the cops. >> the woman left the park before police arrived. they had seen this woman pushing a baby carriage several times before the day allegedly attacked him. that was nearly two weeks ago and hasn't been seen since. it was a nanny in the neighborhood. >> what happens if the baby does something she doesn't like. they are hoping she catches the woman before she hurts anyone else. cbs 2 news. a is 9 charged in the deadly paris attacks had been extradited, salah abdeslam was captured in brussels last march wounded in a raid after four months on the run. aleshin is 26 born in brussels and lived there before the paris attacks. a police officer and the man accused of stamping on are
officers trial in brooklyn in july of 2014, 32-year-old jamel coffee appeared to resist as offices were handcuffing him for possession of marijuana. officer walked away and came back to stamp on the head. testified that other officers appeared shocked. >> i've seen the unjust situation take place right before me, they tried to stop the officer in question from continuing. >> the verdict from the judge in this bench trial expected friday, the officer could face a year in jail if found guilty. new jersey governor chris christy announces a partner in the fight against opiates, names of doctors and pharmacies, 6 other states including connecticuit are also sharing prescription data with new jersey. happening today former u.s.
his fate at a sentencing, facing jail time for bank fraud he committed to allegedly get hush money used to cover up accusations of sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy. pleaded guilty to one count of making the illegal withdraws in october. once second in line for the presidency could spend 6 months in jail. 9 minutes after the hour still ahead a new jersey cop being hailed a hero what he did when he saw a man coming through oncoming traffic. either did something terrible to him or i have a punchable face. a man speaking out after an odd attack at a subway station. all right as you get ready to head to that subway station get a coat it is kind of cool out there, don't need the umbrella, many will appreciate
weather on the 2's coming up. . it is 5:12. time for traffic and weather on the 2's. you know what today is? >> wednesday, prime rib day. >> private school rib. >> you should have told us with what we serve on friday, get a prime rib meal on wednesday. a coat, a jacket at least, it is chilly out there. and temperatures not the only
do have some even cooler air in place tonight 47 in the city with clouds over head winds are calm. we've got numbers in the low 40s in the hudson valley, 46 in redbank, you'll see clouds linger longer, albany, 38 degrees, 32 in buffalo. it is 21 degrees colder this morning in pittsburgh than it was yesterday. it was a front yesterday that brought that rain, so it has pushed to the south, high pressure builds in but yeah you're tapping into some cooler canadian air yesterday just a lot of variety. the high in the afternoon was 60, only 51 in montauk, tom's river, 84 yesterday, it was 82 in belmar, poughkeepsie, 53. a lot of variety. the city kind of stuck in the middle but if you went from
add 8 degrees and you weren't even out of the 50s white plains down to la guardia, jfk hit 55. numbers were all over the place, i think there is more regularity to your day you'll hit your high later in the afternoon the trend will work towards that high. that's below normal 62 below normal for this time of year stays cooler for your thursday and friday. there is that front pushed to the south, high pressure building in more sun for the city in the hudson valley, connecticuit, and new jersey, could see a stray shower in ocean county. tomorrow it migrates back, best candidates would be south and west of the city, later in the day. the problem is it lingers there is still a chance on friday some of the models hinting at the rain friday afternoon as well for your get away. 62 your high today clouds give
area clouds linger to the south. tomorrow rain by late in the day, lingers into your friday, saturday the better of your two weekend days, still a little on the cool side over night sunday into monday the rain returns. i'll bet you have a return to work? you have challenges this morning, right, kyla. i am here to get you through that. we'll start in brooklyn, we have an accident there it is blocking one lane at the bridge we have delays now that go back to mc guinnes boulevard. subway issue due to a partial platform collapse, so shuttle bus services is being provided or customers may take wakefield trains and at the respective stops we have all the info on cbsnewyork.com. mary over to you. thank you.
speak at their graduation is a big cue, making a lot of people unhappy. because of the high demand, the school which normally allows graduates unlimited guests has to limit the number of attendees each gets one ticket for themselves but three more tickets for guests setting inscreens at the student center in other campus locations where people can watch the president's speech but not everyone is happy about it. it is not the same once you get on the screen, being there. >> i expect that my family should be able to come, they should have priority. i think they should be grateful that the president is come. the university says why a limit to three guests is a change from best practice. >> a man who resembled the celebrity do you see the similarities?
punched for looking a lot like shila buff. >> mario was still confused about why he was punched in the face as he left the subway station on the lower east side saturday night. >> probably right about here. >> says as he walked up the stairs from the f train, a man walking in opposite direction sucker punched him and shouted this. says it is not the first time he's been told he looks like the hollywood actor famous for starring in rolls in movies such as transferor formers. >> people saying, you look like shyla, buff, that's cute. not i want to punch you in the face. says bystanders confirmed it. >> they were like, you're not crazy that's exactly what eh said to you.
took off down into the station and hopped a train, left bleeding his glasses snapped in half. he now has a black eye and gash over his eyebrow and left wondering about his attackers hollywood hatred. >> does hi hate his work, me? i don't know. >> despite the motivation behind the attack, he doesn't hold a grudge against the actor and considers himself a fan. reporting on the lower east side of manhattan, cbs 2 news. dramatic video released of a riverdale police officer preventing a suicide posted the video on facebook on monday, a man spotted walking in and out of traffic north near the hamburg, the sergeant responded and tried to calm him down suddenly that man made that dash through the edge of the over pass about got to him just in time he was taken to the hospital for a mental evaluation.
>> we get back to that poor kid who got popped. still how much do you have to hate an actor to want to punch him on the subway? hopefully he is feeling okay. time now 5:19 the search for a big bird on long island. >> video of a woman dancing at the white house went viral. why the mayor of washington d.c. paid a personal visit. we have a check of traffic
your way right after this. . this is a new song released by this new grew called the beetles. cbs 2 news here at 5. 22. okay. what am i getting at? never before seen video, taken by an artist in 1965. for a round in the make up room before a performance. 5:22, traffic and weather on the 2's. paul mccartney. this is the city where there
clouds over the meadow lands as well. 47 a chilly start to the day, you're in the low to mid-40s exceptions being, 38 montauk stuck in the 50s today, sunnier to the north, 62 in the city, even cooler thursday and friday so we are staying below normal for the remainder of the week. let's get you to your job with kyla. >> let's do it good morning everyone, in bridgewater we start with an accident investigation has all lanes blocked on route 28 in both directions in the vicinity of pearl street. we head to brooklyn where we have another accident blocking one lane at the bridge causing delays back to mcguinnes boulevard, we still have problems on the subways i'm going to have details on that coming up alternate side parking is in effect city wide chris over to you. the islanders getting ready for the next round of the play offs ottis livingston has your check on sports. good morning everyone
and play off series yankees finish in texas, and the swipe against the reds, came through, making that the home run. that game time 3 run tied it at 3. and david wright knocks him home on a pitch. mets get 4 in the seventh hold on by that. really blew up already walked in and gives it a 2-run single next batter bounced and scoring 5 runs in the inning with two outs and they win it 10-1. i'm ottis livingston that's your cbs 2 sports update. she became a familiar face after dancing with the obama's at the white house. the 107-year-old had no way to prove who she was.
president and ms. obama that made 107-year-old virginia mclauren famous. the video went viral and requests poured in from new york, los angeles, even europe. but mclauren couldn't travel she has had no government issued id since her purse was snatched. i didn't get id or my pocketbook. when the board sent in and tried to get one. when you went to the d.c. government you said you had to have a birth certificate. south carolina said you had to have a photo id. >> that's what they said. >> it wasn't until her service in the washington post that the d.c. government scrambled to pass an exception to the rule and the mayor showed up in person and delivered the paper work. good to see you!
she wanted to be sure that she had the right to vote even though d.c. doesn't require voter id. she does want her son to drive her to myrtle beach this summer. >> you say you're not going to fly, why not? no, i never flew. you're not going to fly until. >> the lord gives me wings. won't need an id for that. >> no. i'll be free at last. >> cbs news, washington. you cannot help but smile every day. >> big wins for donald trump and hillary clinton, do the other presidential candidates stand a chance? shattered glass everywhere, car after car vandized in a queen neighborhood.
i just want to tell you for the five states i am so honored this was to me our biggest night. with your help we'll come back to philadelphia for the democrat national convention. hillary clinton wins four out of five states while it was a clean sweep for donald trump. what does this mean for the other candidates? thanks for waking up with us, let's get right to the results from the presidential race, the front runners moved closer to their parties nomination after voting in connecticuit and four other states. janelle burrell joins us with the complete wrap up. both donald trump and hillary clinton are moving straight ahead talking as though they are already their party's nominees. both racking up a sizable number of delegates last night making it that much harder for their competition to catch them. >> with sweeps in all five primaries donald trump with his
his opponent in november. >> the only card she has is the boll's card has nothing else going, frankly if hillary clinton were a man, i don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. the self-declared nominee earning 105 delegates in his wins in connecticuit, delaware, pennsylvania, maryland, and rhode island last night. bringing him about 400 delegates ahead of ted cruz, his closest competitor, down- playing the winds looking ahead to next week's primary in indian na. i've got good news for you tonight this campaign moves back to more favorable terrain. >> there is still 502 republican delegates at stake in the remaining. john kasich trailing far behind trump and cruz stopped campaigning in the hoosier state all together. i'm not going to be campaigning in indiana voters can figure out what they want to do. >> for clinton a decisive win in pennsylvania that had 189 delegates up for grabs.
back to philadelphia for the democrat national convention. >> bernie sanders won rhode island but now lagging even further behind in the count but still insists he is more electable. vowing to stay in the race until the convention. >> national polls which have us 15, 20 points ahead of donald trump far more than secretary clinton. sanders promises to reassess his candidatecy, trump needs to win 45% of the delegates to officially be declared the republican nominee. back to you guys. thanks. 5:32. time for traffic and weather on the 2's. 47 degrees. a warm up. earlier i was checking the janelle burrell index, janelle had a jacket on she is inside. it is chilly out there. i felt it, you foal it right out the door.
numbers today will just be in the upper 50s low 60s should be in the mid-60s and with a bit of a northeast wind that i always have to do the direction with my hand, it will feel cooler than that. in the city, 47 with clouds over head, scanning the skies well it will be a mix of sun and clouds definitely more sun sitting north and more clouds for central and southern parts of new jersey ocean county, you could even tap into a little bit of wet weather, it will be the exception not the rule pushed well to the south 53 at lunchtime. 57 at the. high of 62 this afternoon it will be cooler on the coast tomorrow starts bright and dry, showers by day's end. a little touch and go. >> let's get to the commute. we have a few issues to talk about this morning we start in brooklyn where we have an accident, this one is blocking two lanes on the
back to mcguinnes boulevard. subway issue in the bronx due to a partial platform collapse, there are no northbound 5 trains east 180 street and dier avenue. the southbound train service has resumed that's good news with a few delays still happening there. shuttle bus service is being provided between east 180th street and dier avenue in both directions. alternate side parking is in effect today, city wide. chris and mary back to you. thank you. two college campuses are on high alert after a student says she was sexually assaulted at fairfield university in connecticuit a man in his 40s grabbed the student while she was walking on campus now warning students at fair field and near by sacred heart to be careful and walk in buddy teams. >> the victim was walking from one building to another, apparently lured into the woods. >> the victim is okay, the school tells us she under going counseling.
campus. disturbing vandalism in brooklyn, police released the photo of a suspect who allegedly defaced 5 locations with swastikas, took place monday at 4:00 in the morning all involvesswastikas on s avenue including avenue s, i should say, including a door, garbage cans and residential gates. for the second time in less than a week neighbors along several streets walking up to the sound of car windows being smashed. >> reporter: car after car with a window smashed in. broken glass lined pavement of oak drive. we found 10 to 12 cars broken into. with the nassau safety patrol. shared pictures of the other cars even a bus, neighbors on oak drive said they heard glass breaking around 5:30. we spoke with one neighborhood
afraid to go on camera for fear of retaliation. sharon tells us though the windows smashed in nothing was taken from her two cars. >> the invasion, and just the magnitude, not just the car window. that's what bothers me. they didn't touch a thing in it. there were things in it, identification, valuable things vandalism and the question is was there a motive. why was this neighborhood targeted? on passover. >> three streets were hit oak drive, elvira and cedar hill predominantly orthodox jewish. >> happen over night on saturday night into sunday. several of the vehicles large rocks were spotted.
says his group is increasing patrols and we notice the nypd many homes have security cameras hoping someone has a clear image of the people responsible. every now on high alert. cbs 2 news. the nypd says it is stepping up patrols plain clothes and uniform. in july of 2014, 32-year- old appeared to resist his police officers attempted to handcuff him on possession of marijuana. first walked away but came back to stamp on the suspect's head. testified that the officers appeared shocked. >> seen an unjust situation take place right before me, they tried to stop the officer in question from continuing. the verdict in this bench trial expected friday, could
6 ticket brokers have to pay up for violating scalping laws, announcing a settlement worth other $2.7 million. the investigation started in january found some ticket forms would use software to scoop up tickets and resell them at inflated prices using software to buy tickets is illegal in new york. new information on a man accused of jumping the white house fence yesterday afternoon investigators say the suspect seen here on a stretcher did not realize his exact location, apparently trying to escape police after stealing a woman's purse. president obama was inside the white house, put on lock down. we'll learn more, the new jersey manager will announce new details at city hall this afternoon a deal between the city and the company was
thank you for that little musical selection, his group dnc, let's go to traffic and weather on the 2's here at 5:42. i think joey brought in coffee cake almost all gone. had a little cake by the ocean ourselves slicing and dicing and enjoying the icing. we have readings in the 40s, appreciate this from good bob, let's check 46 tom's river. in the 80s we hit 60 in the city, a nice little memory flashback born on this day in 1922, other folks celebrating the steady rain, loving that we had cool readings off to the north and west, 47 from tony and this is something fun you can talk about with the kids or big kids too, it is babe ruth day, the university is also created according to kepler, apparently both on the same
babe ruth honored, famous bit of history. yankee history you'll know what i'm talking about. as we get ready to face the day. the thin red line gives way to brighter skies later start with clouds see the clouds linger for parts of the jersey shore into central new jersey, bright to the north. it is cool though look at that, 37. 38, and 46 in madison, 46 by 8:00, 53 around lunchtime. 57 early afternoon, 62 your high, 62 below normal. the normal is 65, we won't see that right into the weekend, 92 the record set back in 1915, sunsets, and those numbers are back today, pollen roars back so make sure you're ready for that.
weekend more a sign of a season than anything else. a little bit of rain through parts of ocean county, you can see that right there. clouds will linger, they'll be somewhat stubborn for central parts of new jersey we'll see brighter skies to the north, pushed to the south a rain event through kentucky, west virginia and virginia, another system bringing the risk of more severe weather into parts of arkansas, louisiana and texas. this is just pouring and remember houston is still cleaning up, now dealing with rapid rainfall rates again today. our rain not that great. we had a little bit of rain yesterday normal is 3.94. barely at an inch and a half running a deficit well over 2 inches if you think it is a dry april right now we're in the running we're in the top 10 for driest aprils ever but we've got some opportunities to make up more of that deficit, when
some left over showers friday late on sunday, monday, and tuesday of next week. we'll make up a little bit in the rain gauge. let's make up some time with kyla. >> we'll try to do that for you, starting in brooklyn we have an accident blocking on the bqe at the bridge causing delays going back to metropolitan after, and partial collapse, there are no northbound 5 trains between 180 street and dier avenue. the southbound train has resumed with some delays and shuttle bus service provided between east 180th street and dier avenue in both directions to try to alleviate some of that problem. alternate side parking is in effect today, chris and mary over to you. a major bust of gang members. andrea grymes was there for the take down, joining us live
what's the latest. >> good morning to you chris and mary, this is actually still going on as we speak, right now we're in front of the 43rd station house in sound view where you could see dozens of police officers outside as they continue to bring in gang members from across the bronx this is one of two precincts where they are taking them let's show you video from a short time ago around 4:3 this is one of the homes that police raided this morning this is on gunther avenue in the bay chester section of the bronx, this operation sources tell us started around 2:30 with 1,000 law enforcement officers participating we're being told that hundreds of people are being arrested today, the details are still coming in we're not sure exactly which gangs are part of this yet or what the charges will be, back out here live you could see all of the police outside the 43rd
we've been seeing them bring in gang members been told one of the largest gang take downs in city history we'll have more to come as the details come in reporting live in the sound view section. andrea grymes. in our money watch this morning, unwelcome first for apple. still affected by last year's food scare, we are live at the new york stock exchange. good morning mary, good morning chris, wall street is awaiting on interest rates experts expect the central bank to keep the rain steady making a rate hike more likely. all eyes are on apple after the tech giant reported quarterly revenue dropped for the first time in 13 years. apple also says it had its first ever decline of iphone
billion profit for the first few months of the year. chipolte reported its loss as it tries to bring back customers after a series of scares fell 30% in the first quarter, launched a campaign offering free meals to lure back customers giving away 5 millionentrees. the average domestic air fair fell to $363 round trip. that's down more than 8% from the same period in 2014. back to you. thank you very much. coming up next tracking sharks in one with a familiar name is headed our way. the big bird that flew the coop, now the search is on for this peacock, have you seen it? >> good morning everyone the mets beat the reds 4-3. and coming up tonight yankees take two or three from texas,the
visit us at stoptextsstopwrecks.org. . we welcome you back to cbs 2 news, a beautiful start to your day, look at those colors, gorgeous over central park, 47 degrees on this wednesday, april 27th. okay. in our health watch this morning early detection also timers, researchers from washington university in st. louis, found trouble with sense of direction could be an early detector, asked to navigate a
alzheimer's were found to have trouble recreating the routes that they had just traveled. another sign summer is coming this may not be as welcome as warmer temperatures, the great white shock known as mary lee heading back to the east coast the shark was tagged four years ago her movemented posted on twitter dropped to the east of the last two years. 5:52. you know when she is here. >> jersey shore. >> everybody loves her sister, sarah lee. >> they drive the general lee. 37 in liberty, 47 in the city, 47 chilly degrees for the jersey shore so clouds to start the day then the skies will brighten particularly to the north through the hudson valley in connecticuit, temps are going to be shy of normal then there is a frost advisory
is tonight into tomorrow morning some patchy frost in the area, a chilly way to start your thursday we'll have more of your forecast right now let's forecast the ride and drive with kyla. good morning everyone, good news and bad news we'll start with an accident in bridgewater this investigation has all lanes blocked on route 28 in both directions on the vicinity of pearl street there is a detour to get you around this. here is where the good news bad news scenario gets interesting for subway riders, 5 train has resumed in both directions in the bronx, that's good news due to signal problems at 110th street downtown 2 and 3 trains running with delays some downtown 2 trains are on the 5 line to nevin street. a little complicated. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide chris and mary over to you. a man says he has been a proud chicken famer for years and never had a bad day until
one of his two treasured peacocks to watch over his flock flew the coop. >> i'm very worried. >> the chicken famer can't sleep at night and neither can his pet peacock number 2 whose beloved peacock brother and best friend, number one, flew the coop one week ago. p2 sounds anguished. yes, it is. it cries all night long and it keeps calling like a baby. >> it is mating season, thus the high-popping, shaking those tail feathers. wonder if the ritual lured him away. how long have you had the peacocks? >> five years. why did you bring them to your farm?
>> spot at the local church and the fish hatchery next to huntington harbor and griffith lane, that's a distance of 12- miles for a bird known to do a lot of flying. i was cleaning my kitchen windows and there on my lawn is the peacock. i ran outside with my camera, my husband was weeding. made no mating calls. it was just walking around. posted photos on facebook so famer armstrong could see his missing p. now concerned about predators. >> have had a fox walk around. >> what is your biggest worry? my biggest worry that a fox will get him. >> 81, says it should live another decade.
armstrong and peacock wants to help to lure him home. cbs2 news. not easy to catch a peacock. they have 450 chickens sells eggs by the honor system, you take what you need leave the money in a box. we need to put out an apb. >> where there is a will there is a way. >> you'll want to help out. they are beautiful, though. >> what do you do when you see it? how do you catch a peacock? good bird watching weather today, shouldn't be as much wind, pretty skies for most of the area. >> we had a platform collapse, kind of causing a bunch of trouble shifting things around i will get you through that folks it is a little complicated. still ahead campaign 2016 big wins for the two front runners find out what is now next for the candidates. families forced to make
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. live from studio 46. this is cbs 2 news this morning. what a gorgeous wednesday morning take a look at that sun rise at 6:00, 47 degrees on this april 27th, a cloudy cool morning but the afternoon looks warm and completely sunny but wow, beautiful out there good morning i'm mary calvi. we'll have traffic and weather on the 2's in a moment. we have breaking news today in the bronx a major gang bust, cbs 2 because there for the take down and we are hearing this is one of the largest in the city's history. we'll head live to the 43rd precinct for more details with andrea grymes coming up. this is a far bigger win than we expected all five and that's something.
the nomination and in july let's return as a unified party thank you all so much. hillary clinton wins four four out of the five, what does this mean for the other candidates? commuter alert part of the station platform collapsed in the bronx affecting the morning commute how did the platform collapse? we'll explain and talk about alternate roots. either shia labeouf did something terrible to him or i have a punchable face. a man's resemblance, got him attacked the attacker is still on the loose. came down i would have to stay rather have my two girls out there. a commencement controversy families having to make tough choices ahead of president obama's speech at rutgers
everyone will not be allowed to attend. ariana grande performing in the 13th annual list of the most influential people in the world. it is 6:02. it is time for traffic and weather on the 2's. john elliot hitting those high notes. i'm more of baratone. under the influence of the left over influence of the front that pushed through yesterday. lingering clouds, over my shoulder in the city right now, but it is pushing to the south, so we'll see high pressure nose in and brighten those skies cloudy and 47 as we speak. a little break through parts of orange county over to putnam and west chester brighter skies right now but that's the process underway you can actually see it on the big composite radar. line of showers to the south may kind of retro grade a bit in parts of south jersey leave
for the city right around 53 at lunchtime with brighter skies, 62 your high this afternoon yeah that's below normal and chilly out there right now, it is bids zy out there right now too, kyla is in for alex. it is busy we're starting in bridgewater where we have this investigation ongoing, all lanes blocked on route 28 in both directions in the vicinity of pearl street they have a detour posted around that. signal problems at 110th street, they are running with some delays this morning. some downtown 2 trains are running on the 5 line from 149th street to nevin street. the 5 trains have resumed service after the earlier platform collapsed. alternate side parking is in effect city wide. back to our breaking news a large scale take down of
we are live in soundview this morning, andrea. >> reporter: good morning to you chris and mary sources say hundreds of gang members are being arrested this morning here across the bronx happening now as we speak we're in front of the 43rd precinct station house in the sound view section where you can see dozens of police officers outside we've been watching them take in these accused gang members let's show you video because we were actually there when they arrested one of them, they've been doing these sweeps all morning we're told beginning at around 2:30 sources say about 1,000 law enforcement officers are part of this massive sweep what's being called one of the largest in city history. we do not have official detailles yet on exactly which gangs these people are part of that's going to come out later we're being told as well as charges back out here live at the precinct you can see all
officers, a steady stream of accused gang members coming into this precinct we're being told they are being taken to this precinct another in the bronx a massive gang take down here in the bronx. reporting live in the soundview section, cbs 2 news. to campaign 2016 results from yesterday's voting and connecticuit and four other states. closer to the party's nomination we have more for us this morning. very convincing winds for the front runners, more and more likely it will be a face off between donald trump and hillary clinton in the general election this fall. clinton taking four out of the five states and trump victoryious in them all. >> for hillary clinton it was the convincing win she needed making it more likely she'll be
we'll come back for the philadelphia national convention. >> taking four out of the five primaries leaving bernie sanders lagging further behind but he still insists he is more electable vowing to stay in the race. our national polls which have us 15, 20 points ahead of donald trump far more than secretary clinton. donald trump brushing off sanders all together zeroing in on clinton who he predicts he'll be facing in november. i think the only card she has is the woman's card, she has nothing else going, frankly if hillary clinton were a man, i don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. the gop nominee earning 105 delegates in pennsylvania, and rhode island bringing 400 delegates next week's primary in indiana.
>> there is still 502 >> there is still 502 republican delegates at stake in the remaining primaries. john kasich trailing far behind both trump and cruz stopped campaigning in the hoosier state all together. >> i'm not going to be campaigning in indiana voters can figure out what they want to do. >> kasich says he is not bowing out yet trump needs to win 45% of the delegates remaining in order to win the nomination clinton needs to win 18% in order to officially become the democrat nominee. so now it is onto indiana chris and mary. janelle thank you so much. new this morning suffolk county police are looking for a man they say robbed a star at knife point last night around 9:00, police say he showed the clerk and made off with an unknown about of money, there have been a string of similar robberies police don't know if they are linked. meanwhile we're getting a better look at the man wanted for those robberies. took place in a subway store police say it is the 11th store since march first they are putting up wanted posters in hopes of ending this spree. a terror suspect charged salah abdeslam, was captured in brussels in march wounded after four months on the run. he was born in brussels and lived there before the attacks. top aides at the center of the campaign finance scandal, aides emma wolf and ross are under scrutiny, accused of being on the deblasio team under investigation for funneling money to candidates who can push through the agenda. accused of directing $50,000 a questionable contribution to todd kaminsky. >> can you say pay to play?
shake down by mayor bill deblasio on business owner ins new york city. as of now a spokesperson says no action will be taken against them. happening today former u.s. speaker of the house will learn his fate at sentencing facing jail time for bank fraud to get hush money used to cover up accusations of abusing -- once second in line for the presidency could spend six months in jail. coming up, late music legend prince did not leave a will, find out what that means for his estate. an attack on the playground by an adult, why two boys were hit with a hockey stick.
speech. . now to traffic and weather on the 2's, it's 6:12. let's see what our weather watchers are watching, they are streaming in the data, have cool readings off to riverhead, 3, steve reporting for duty, we'll see cool conditions linger longer for the forks than we will through nassau county and connecticuit and hudson valley where we'll see more sun, 47, i'll tell you,
county, john was in the mid- 80s and we were 20 degrees cooler than that in the city, a few more observations to the north and i think this is chrissy and she is saying wait a minute it is probably too chilly to weed right now, absolutely at 39 degrees, don't forget you have a little bit of patchy frost to look forward to tonight as well. you have to be mindful of that a lot of spring variety continues, see? isn't that beautiful? that's the kind of picture that actually makes you get up and get out of your seat and take pictures come on in here, what you want to do, come and see take a picture of that right there. it is that view. i think we just broke tv, that is just gorgeous, i love that. 47 clouds over head just kind ofencapsulating the sun.
chilly start to the day even at 8:00 you're still in the 40s that's jacket weather, 57 at 2:00, 62 at 5:00, that's belownormal 65, push the rain to the south parts of ocean county, you could actually see a shower it is a close call tomorrow you start with dry conditions but then the rain returns it is actually going to slide from the south to north, best candidates will be to the south of the city for your thursday it is a stationary front there is a chance of rain on friday, i'll throw this in there there is a chance we thought it would be a friday morning event could be rain friday afternoon. i know that's a travel time so be mindful of that we're not talking about stormy weather, showers because it will be cooler, 62 your day today with more sun to the north to the city and west to the south it will be cloudy tomorrow starting dry, rain late left
the better of your two weekend days, sunday increasing cloud during the day chance of a shower at night. it is not sunday night right now it is wednesday morning we'll get you there with kyla. subway issues so we have signal problems at 110th street, running with delays some downtown 2 trains are on the 5 line to nevin street. mass transit hudson right rail will cross honor tickets for you. on the montauk branch for track inspections. alternate side parking is in effect today city wide. accused of attacking a group of boys on staten island
anthony says a woman with a baby and a stroller confronted him and his friends at a playground, they say the woman told them to quiet down because the baby was sleeping then allegedly grabbed one of their hockey sticks and went after them. >> got anthony right in the leg. >> how bad did it hurt? hurt very bad. what happens when the baby doesn't do something she likes then what? hurt the baby? ended up with a swollen and bruised leg but not hospitalized. the latest on prince's estate left no will or trust dividing the estate could be difficult. the sibling reported paper work to file a specialadministrator, nelson and half siblings would have to agree, estimated $300 million in exclusive library,
cause of death not released. getting president obama was for rutgers university, unintended consequences and making a lot of people unhappy. dave carlin reports. each member of the class of 2016 gets one ticket for themselves to see president obama deliver their commencement address in this stadium only three more tickets max for guests that's the limit for soon to be graduate that leaves out one member of his family. we want them to be there and celebrate with us. here is the home in rocksberry township. doesn't want to miss out on the event so made a painful decision. >> i would rather stay home. >> helping the university observe its 250th anniversary registration for the tickets is
but giving unlimited tickets to this saying while the limit is change from best practice, ensures every student is accommodated. saying additional friends and family are being taken into account with the screens at this student center and other on campus locations. >> it is not the same once you get on the screen. >> my family should be able to come. >> some say what they consider with having a sitting president speech making up for thesetensions. those who are attending this hot ticket event told to come to the stadium early to come to the event for the 2:30 commencement on the new brunswick campus, cb s2 news. you can see why they had a problem, paid for four years of education and can't come to graduation. the big price tag for a small brooklyn home would you pay it?
13th annual lists of the 100 most influential people of the world. it was a star studded carpet home of jazz including leonardody dicaprio, and wanted to see the creator and stars broadway hamilton. >> have some hope that they'll sing among others. i was hoping linmanuel could come but doing a show. 6:22. time for traffic and weather on the 2's, let's bring in john here 47 degrees currently. i wonder if charlie will be tired this morning. he is sometimes fun to watch. >> full of energy. flying all over the place. i want to take you outside again today. no need for an sos on morris code day you can see the
canopy of clouds the curtain is being pulled up we'll see clouds give way to some sun for part of the area, 47 degrees, though, it is chilly out the door, you need a jacket, just okay johnny. let's get to the commute this morning. it is a little busy, subway issues in bridgewater with an accident investigation blocked, in the vicinity of pearl street. subway issues a problem all morning, problems this is signal problems at 110th street two and three trains running with delays some downtown two trains are running on the 5 line from 149th street to neven street. alternate side parking is in effect city wide. thanks. getting ready for the next round of the play offs, ottis livingston has your next check on sports. the islanders and lightning game one of the play off series the yankees finish their series in texas and the mets try for
not in the starting lineup came through make that the home run game time 3 run tied it at 3. curtis, david wright knocks him home. hold on by that. just like the seventh inning, the third was huge, next bounced in the dirt for a run and an rbi single five runs in the inning with two outs and win it. that's your cbs 2 sports update. a new role for actor chris hemsworth. was she trying to communicate something with her eyes? appeared with her victory rally some say she rolled her eyes as trump verbally attacked hillary clinton saying clinton's only
now on twitter certainly agreed we are all mary pat christie with that eye roll, but brett wasn't having it tweeted the attempted deciphering of the reactions is bizarre. where is is the supposed eye roll? the eye roll is impactful as other expressions you may recall ill imagines spread over social media after he stood stone cold behind trump, the reechrischristie began trending after some say he looked like he was being held hostage. today is administrative professionals day to celebrate the cast of the new ghost busters movie, released a video of the own professional. >> can you answer the phone? >> look the one on the desk that's ringing.
>> did you get it at this time. >> sugar is in it. playing the kevin the men to the all female group of ghostbusters, describing him as a big puppy dog. >> that's going to be a good one. >> isn't he thor? results of another super tuesday. >> see the resemblance why this man says he was attacked in a manhattan subway station because of a celebrity look alike. shattered car windows a neighborhood targeted for a second time in less than a week. >> hail flooding and scrambling to leave a baseball game today that severe weather is heading east the news continues after this.
ahead in the delegate county. first following breaking news happening right now huge gang take down this just one of the reportedly dozens of people being taken away in handcuffs today. >> good morning i'm chris wragge. i'm mary calvi. a major bust of accused gang members in the bronx, andrea grymes was there for the take down joins us live from the 43rd precinct station house. good morning to you, we're being told this is one of the most massive gang take downs in history, we're in front of the station house one of i believe two precincts where law enforcement are bringing these accused gang members coming in and out of the precinct since we've been here. we'll show you video around 4:30, one of the locations where law enforcement officers were going into homes and arresting people involved in this gang take down we're told
about 1,000 law enforcement officers are involved in this, sources say hundreds of people are being arrested this morning from a couple competing gangs all of them in the bronx. the details are still coming in we're not sure exactly which gangs we're talking about here or the exact charges back out here live you can see the massive police presence outside this precinct as they've been bringing in these accused gang members in this massive take down here in the bronx, reporting live in the sound view section, cbs 2 news. we're following breaking news as well. crews working to repair a water main break in burgen county new jersey this is the scene at kip avenue where the road has been dug up. right now water has been turned off no word when it will be restored. time for traffic and weather just about a year on the 2's johnny, take it away. it is chilly out there, definitely coat or jacket
30s and 40s, we'll see numbers stop in the upper 50s low 60s today, 47 in the city, with clouds over head, really been a pretty picture this morning, thin clouds to the north start to see clearing they'll be more sun for the city into the hudson valley connecticuit in northwest new jersey a chance of a shower sneaking back in to parts of ocean county maybe south monmouth as well. 53 at lunchtime. 57 at 2. if you're on the shade and catch a bit of a breeze 62 your high today. a busy challenging day just getting there, kyla is in for alex. good morning everybody they are breaking in the bronx jim smith is in chopper two over some delays there what can you see. kyla, the southbound expressway, there was an accident just before 230th street the vehicle evolved just drove off, all lanes are now open we are left with delays for the park way down through
live in chopper two jim smith cbs 2 news. looks like it is going to get a little better there. subway issues this morning due to signal problems at is 10th street downtown 2 and 3 trains are running with delays and downtown 2 trains are running on the 5 line from 149th street to neven street. alternate side parking is in effect city wide if you are headed to the airport all is on or close to schedule looking good at jfk, la guardia and liberty. the front runners moved closer to the parties nominations after voting in connecticuit and four other states. janelle burrell joins us here in the studio with more on this. good morning. >> decisive wins donald trump and hillary clinton looking ahead to the fall talking as though they are already their party's nominees both racking up sizable numbers on delegates making it that much harder for
>> with sweeps in all 5 primaries, donald trump now ratcheting up his attacks who he presumes will be his opponent in november. i think the only card she has is the woman's card has nothing else going, frankly if hillary clinton were a man i don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. the self-declared nominee earning 105 delegates in his wins in connecticuit, delaware, pennsylvania, maryland and rhode island r last night bringing him 400 delegates ahead of ted cruz, cruz down- played the wind looking ahead to next week's primary in indiana. i've got good news for you tonight this campaign moves back to more favorable terrain. >> there are still 502 republican delegates at stake in the remaining. john kasich trailing far behind trump and cruise stopped campaigning in the hoosier state all together. >> i'm not going to be campaigning in indiana voters
>> for clinton it was a decisive win in pennsylvania which had 109 delegate up for grabs. with your help we'll come back to philadelphia for the democrat national convention. >> bernie sanders won rhode island but now lagging even further behind in the delegate count but still insists he is more electable vowing to stay in the race. >> our national polls which have us 15, 20 points ahead of donald trump far more than secretary clinton. bernie sanders would need to win 80% of the remaining delegates in order to win the nomination, trump needs to win 45% of the remaining delegates to officially be declared the republican nominee. chris and mary. thank you. that commuter alert five train service between 180th street and east avenue resumed with some delays.
station last night. the fire department says heavy construction machinery caused a portion of the platform to give way, no one was hurt but they have resumed train service there with some delays. new this morning police looking for a man accused in a string of subway robberies in downtown manhattan a man they are looking for they say he approached a woman inside the canal street station stole her money and iphone, police believe he is also responsible for two other subway robberies at the center street station and the 6's lafayette station on march 29th and april 10th. disturbing vandalism police released the photos of a suspect who allegedly defaced locations with swastikas all being in white at locations along avenue s including a home's front door, garbage cans and residential gate. for the second time in less
car windows neighbors say they heard glass breaking around 5:30 yesterday morning several cars in a bus had windows broken, three streets were targeted all in orthodox jewish neighborhoods. >> i don't really care about the car window, they didn't touch a thing in it and the question is was there a motive? why was this neighborhood targeted on passover. the nypd and rock away safety patrol increased their rounds in the neighborhood. people face charges after police say they shut down a factory making phony credit cards. they seized bogus cards, the group stole more than 2,000 credit card numbers, they were used in shopping sprees and stole about a quarter of a million dollars including barneys.
shut down a factory making phony credit cards in brooklyn used the equipment to make them, and the group -- i'm sorry. the six ticket brokers have to pay for violating in new york, a settlement worth over $2.7 million, the investigationstarted back in january, use software and resell them at inflated prices 10 times the face value, using software to buy tickets is illegal in new york. still aheads an unusual weapon of choice, why a 70-year- old on long island is facing charges this morning. the latest developments in the scandal who is being investigated, plus. >> that's because you look like shia labeouf. >> the suspect still on the loose. why is this shed in
funnel cloud formed about 90- miles southwest of oklahoma city as night approached several small twisters responded with a line of thunderstorms. violent wind to trenching rain they had to take it slow under heavy downpours. time for traffic and weather on the 2's some of the rainmaking its way up here the next couple of days. we have a front to have the south that may slide back up north they had softball size hail. nothing like that in our forecast at all just a few more chances for beneficial rain over the next few days next few minutes clouds give way to sun and then we see clouds linger for parts of central and southern new jersey in the city right now, clouds over head and 47 chilly degrees it is cool, monticello at 37, the hamptons cooler than that at 36 these numbers compared to yesterday, no big shock. anywhere from 5 to almost 15
even at 8:00 still in the 40s low 50s at lunchtime high of 62 normal is 65, record is 92. sunsets at 7:48 pollen is back up there over the next few days we'll see it retreat a bit as the trees are actually coming out and turning over a new leaf. you can see clouds right here this is the front to the south these are the storms that chris and mary were talking about weakening through parts of missouri sadly intensifying as they push through houston, just a real quick sampling what we're anticipating cloudy skies linger longer, we have a dry start to the day but showers tomorrow morning and then friday morning another round and then don't forget those showers are going to linger through your day on friday before we see a brighter saturday waiting for you. hey what's waiting for you on the road?
we have an accident to tell you about this in bridgewater, this accident investigation blocked all lanes on route 28 in both directions in the area of pearl street and they have a detour posted to get you around that. then we head a little bit closer in to manhattan problems signal problems at 135th street southbound two trains are running on the five line from 149th street to neven street also no 3 training running between 148th street and 96th street in both directions your mass transit hudson light rail will continue to run on a modified weekend schedule today, new jersey transit buses and path will cross honor tickets for you and again today on the long island railroad buses will replace trains between montauk inspections. alternate side parking is in
busy with our transit. mayor deblasio is facing pressure at the finance scandal. now under scuteny accused of being under the team for funneling money to state senate candidates, accused of directing $50,000 in a reported contribution to todd kaminsky. a spokesperson for the mayor says no action will be taken against them. new this morning a long island man will be arraigned on charged he threatened two town officials according to police 70-year-old herald of ocean side called the supervisors office monday and verbally threatened two supervisors with a cross bow he was arrested yesterday police say he has an ongoing dispute with the town over having a small plane parked in his drive way. tiny house for sale inbrooklyn comes with a sizable price tag, stopping by to take pictures of the home, the 20 by
drive way and tiny guest house, the asking price $499,000. >> that's a lot of money you can't fit nothing in there it is like a dollhouse. if they were in dumbo or diker heights not here. the realtor is meant to be sold along with the home next door which would run under $900,000. the hunt is on for a man who punched a stranger because he resembled a celebrity? cbs valley castro as the man who was sucker punched for looking like shia labeouf. >> either shia labeouf did something terrible to him, or i have a punchable face? mario was still confused about why he was punched in the face as he left this subway station on the lower east side saturday night.
says as he walked up the stairs from the f train a man walking the opposite direction sucker punched and shouted this. >> that's because you look likeshia labeouf. >> says it is not the first time he looks like the hollywood actor famous for movies such as transformers. people have been telling me for a long time that that's but in a good way, not that i want to punch you in the face. at first he thought he imagined the outburst. you're not crazy that's exactly what he said to you. witnesses say the hater took down into the station and hopped a train, left bleeding his glasses snapped in half. he now has a black eye and gash over his eyebrow and left wondering about his attackers hollywood hatred.
does he hate me? i don't know. despite the allegedmotivation he doesn't -- cbs 2 news. may not hold a grudge but somebody out there does. they do look alike. another check on your traffic and weather also. >> i'm very worried keeps calling like a baby. a peacock seen shaking his feathers but smog missing on peacock lane on long island. ottis livingston with your update. the mets beat the reds, i don't meaning up tonight, taking two or three from texas, the mets try for the sweep against the reds and islanders and lightning game one in their play off series.
and sunday april the 24th. this morning's health watch spanking a child does more harm than good the university of researchers, 75 studies spending 50 years involving more than 150,000 children. the inclusion spanking leads to worse behavior in the long run, spanked kids are more likely to be antisocial. traffic and weather on the 2's. my mom got me a couple times my dad gave me the look and i knew. my mom, i cannot even tell you that will be on facebook later today. 62 we'll see sun to the north clouds to the south remember that's the deal today. over the next few days we'll see a few chances of rain enjoy the sun today uv forecast at 7 it is going to be cool today tomorrow and friday and the weekend saturday really is the better of the two days more clouds maybe a shower late sunday just found out it is
knowing what to do. kyla knows what's to do. >> pampered pup i'm interested. we're going to start in the bronx where we have an accident on the major degan at 138th street, delays back to the triborough bridge. we have a disabled truck blocking one lane on the southbound at queens boulevard that one causing delays back to roosevelt avenue taking a live look outside the lincoln tunnel a 30 minute delay, the holland tunnel and george washington bridge about a 20 minute wait for both of those, alternate side parking is in effect city wide. a peacock in nassau county has flown the coop left his sibling and the safety of the farm a week ago, the wayward bird seems to be weighing it making several appearances within a few miles of the farm but his cage free days might come with some dangerrer.
>> my biggest worry that a fox will get him, i'm very worried. >> if you're wondering why armstrong choose the birds for his chicken farm? he has a simple answer because he lives on peacock lane, of course. very simple. look out for peacock number one. let's check in with "cbs this morning," joining us with a preview good morning. good morning chris and mary. what happens at the time 100 stays at the time 100. you hear me? we're in oklahoma looking at tornados and flooding. now it says gayle. john dickerson is in studio with the impact of donald trump and hillary clinton's primary wins they had a good night last night. only on cbs this morn revealing a new device that promises to revolutionize your morning routine. my conversation with actorlouie ck, the news is back
you go, next. . here is what you need to know before you go, primary elections results in connecticuit and four other states, donald trump swept all five. hillary clinton took four, losing rhode island to bernie sanders. dennis will learn his fate, facing jail time for bank fraud committed to allegedly get hush money accused of sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy. dozens of gang members arrested 1,000 law enforcement took part in the take down arrests were made in numerous bronx locations. newark mayor and official will announce details of the deal between the city and the ride hailing company, an
fee newark airport. good morning everyone the box you have an accident blocking the left lane on the northbound major deegan, we have delays back to the triborough bridge. let's take a live look outside, the lincoln tunnel has a 30 minute delay, george washington bridge about a 20 minute. alternate side parking is in effect city wide. >> said the heat came on in the house this morning, it was a chilly morning we have a frost advisory tonight, definitely below normal sun and clouds to the north a few clouds to the south at 62 today, 59 tomorrow, starts bright and dry but we see showers later in the day they linger into your friday as well. we'll have another check of news and weather coming up in 25 minutes. thanks for watching "cbs
great day. captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, april 27th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." primary perfection. donald trump sweeps all five states scoring hundreds of delegates and setting his sights on his potential next opponent. >> if hillary were a man, i don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. the only thing she's got going is the woman's card. clinton and trump steamroll