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we will see larger crowds. understand those observing how security is handled are members of the nypd because we with know we are next. >> thank you very much. as we mentioned, the pope will first meet with president obama at the white house. that's at 9:15 a.m. the pope will lead a prayer service at saint matthews cathedral at 11: 0. at 4:15 he will hold a canonization mass. it is the first ever canonization mass on u.s. soil. we have been telling you about the undertaking to keep the pope safe. law enforcement agencies mounting the largest security effort ever. the port authority gave news 4 access their command center. thousands of eyes, hundreds of cameras focused across the city. obstacles.
ray has more. >>eporter: with the pope on u.s. soil anticipation is build ing in new york. we're a couple of days from him being here in the saint and in st. pats cathedral. we will learn what it means for you. it will have a affect on the commute and phone services they may be expecting. >> the pope will be in new york city, making his way from midtown to downtown to harlem. street cloels yours around every spot he visits. >> i can't say i'm happy about the insanity of the street closures. >> reporter: already bus service will be affected. take a look. if you are taking a bus up or downtown expect to move east or west. if you take a crosstowns but expect to pick it up north or south. >> at work our boss gave us a possibility to go to an alternate location because they are closing off a lot of midtown. >> reporter: your packages may
there could be delays. u.p.s. says it may not be able to pick up or drop off during the pope's visit. if you are looking to capture the moment the pope drives by on sour smartphone and share it on social media that could be difficult. >> in that area you may go, i have four bars. nothing is happening. because everybody is sharing something about the pope. >> reporter: lance covers technology and media for mashable. he know mayor cell phone carry ier carriers are rolling in towers. >> if you have more towers you have a better chance to reach the data. >> reporter: the visit will last over 36 hours, trading in convenience for a glimpse of his holiness is worth it. >> well worth it. when is the last time a pope came to the united states? i can't remember. it is well worth it. >> i wanted to look up the answer.
in 2008. one of his first stops here st. patrick's cathedral and he leaves friday night headed to philadelphia. we will follow him there. for a list of closures and details go to nbc new york.com. news 4 new york. a couple of closures to mention. on friday all schools in the new york archdiocese will be closed. several other closing because of concerns of traffic. the fieldston school and horace mann will be closed on friday. on our website you will find items you cannot bring to the papal events. a slide show of his journey and a list of his full itinerary. a new jersey doctor accused of sexually assaulting one of his female patients. the doctor is charged in the case. police say the 61 neurologist improperly touched a 37-year-old
office in old bridge. the woman alleges it happened at least two times. police say the investigation is ongoing. police want your help in finding the suspect in a string of car break ins. stanford police say thieves hit 20 cars over the past weekend alone. 200 since august. the suspect steals from one car and moves to another. over the weekend they hit cars on grove street in two locations. win suspect has been arrested. police are looking for several others. former nypd officer pleads guilty to randomly firing shots at a car after a night of drinking. he admitted to downing ten alcoholic beverages while off duty and opening fire in the street. he's expected to be sentenced to nine years behind bars. speefd it up. a federal judge wants the state department to wrap up the review of the hillary clinton e-mail case.
he has given attorneys an october 2nd deadline to complete a key word search of e-mails received or sent by clinton's top aides and there are thousands to go through. once the search is done, they have to go through each line by line to check for classified information. nypd commissioner is taking action to deal with the search of homeless people in the city. britt bill bratton said they will have a squad of 38 officers to watch over east harlem where it is a major problem. the neighborhood has two major methadone clinics and easy access to the drug k-2 until recent police raids. >> a lot of it was distributed out of the bow gay the bow degass. and you could easily buy the k 2s. >> officers will get training including crisis intervention. the 311 calls about homeless
camps in the city has gone up by 105% in the first six months of the year. coming up on news 4 new york, as we continue what a new jersey officer said that has protesters demanding he be fired. two women graduate. the grueling army ranger skoochl ahead, the congressman who's questioning whether they got special treatment. and armed with an oar.
white maserati plowed to them. he lost control of the car and barrelled in to the shops. there were no injuries to the businesses and the driver is expected to be okay. a bb gun bandit is shooting sedge and ridge road is where it happened. investigators are looking at videos and residents are asked activity. a teenager stabbed during a massive fight. this video shows the melee on monday afternoon. a group of teens ganging up on one kid, punching and kicking him to the ground. you see another pummelled, as well. one of them was stabbed in the leg with a box cutter. two teenagers were arrested and parents are asked to take action. >> bring your child forward. if you don't, you are sending the message the act they committed was okay. >> another victim was punched in the face.
are staggering dismissals so students wto r won't gather in large crowds. a police officer is under fire not for what he did but for what he allegedly said. news 4's gus rosendale is in passaic where 100 people gathered demanding the officer to be fired. >> hundreds of people rallied outside of passaic city hall tonight. they want tougher discipline for a city police officer accused of uttering racist comments at a facebook video that's getting a lot of attention in this community. >> we're here to provide for our families and we're not leaving. >> reporter: jasmine and her boyfriend say they were on the porch with their friend when an officer approached them, allegedly used foul language and made threats about calling immigration. that's when they hit record on the phone. >> i'm going to knock on the door and add your mom and dads i.d. and your cousins and i am going to have immigration pick
you in the border at pueblo or wherever you came from and all of 0 the hard work to come to america you [ bleep ] up. >> they said they were going to call immigration on his family, to unlock his phone. they don't have a reason to do that to us. we know our rights. >> will i see that mile when i drag your mom and dad back to the border. >> it is not clear what led to to the february encounter. while the officer has been disciplined, police would not confirm fit was for this specific incident. many who have seen and heard the video want the officer off the force. in a statement sent to news 4 tonight, the mayor said i'm asking for calm and restranlt so the city's internal affairs office has the time necessary to gather all information and complete the review necessary to make smart and well thought out decisions. >> to say immigration coming, that makes people panic and get
>> reporter: in passaic, gus rosendale, news 4 new york. a congressman is looking in to whether the first two women to become rangers were given special training. it came to representative steve russell's attention after one said they had easier tasks at forth ft. benning. an army spokesperson insists everyone went through the same vigorous tests. sign tilss have discovered a new virus that can be transmitted through the blood supply but no idea if it is harmful. they tested blood taken from 46 people from '74 and '80. they found the virus in two samples. both patients appeared to have cleared the virus and there's no evidence it caused disease. new york city ban on styrofoam containers has been overturned. the judge ruled it was excessive and contrary to the commissioners claims the plastic
can be recycled. the ban was mayor de blasio's first environmental effort. it went in to effect in july but businesses were given a grace period to implement the change. unless the city appeals the ruling they won't have to. the holiest day on the jewish calendar is in full swing. a day of self reflection and prayer. security is tight in israel. the holiday is spend fasting and seeking forgiveness. in our area the nypd promises the pope's visit here will not leave synagogues unprotected. observance continues tomorrow night. we saw the last sunset of summer today. >> i know. something to look forward to, fall. fall will begin on a cool note and warming up during the day tomorrow and sunshine returns, too. a lot to look forward to on the first day of fall. look outside right now on the
last summer evening, technically speaking. temperatures in the area not bad at all. it is pleasantly cool. a lot of clouds around but they are slowly moving out. 67 degrees in central park. the clouds will continue to clear out. nice and sunny and warm tomorrow. up 80, 81 degrees and warm for the papal visit. the dry weather sets in and skies clear out. a slight threat of rain on sunday and right now a slight chance. we will see that on-shore flow set up over the weekend. the temperatures will stay warm tomorrow in to thursday. then it gradually cools down each day. there's a storm system that will be hugging the coast. it is way south of us. that may bring showers here and there along the coast. 50s to the north of the city. hope wellwell, junction. and 40s in monticello where skies are cleared. chilly night for you. 60s in long island and coastal@connecticut.
in the morning at 7:00 a.m., 61 and bright and sunny. it warms up throughout the day. fall begins at 4:22 a.m. specific live the equinox. to the north and west you can see the clearing. this is slowly but surely moving away. there's the area of low pressure, part of the reason we saw the clouds the last several days. the rain is to the south. we don't have to worry about that getting in the way of things around here the next several days. in the 40s in the morning. another chilly start as fall begins. feels like it. 40s, 50s and 60s along the coast. throughout the day the temperatures climb across the area. it will be warmer the first day of fall than the last two days of summer when it was cool across the region. here's a look at future cast. in to thursday morning it is in the 60s and 70s. another warm day. as the pope arrives on thursday, the weather is nice and sunny. it will be when he arrives at st. patrick's in the mid-70s
with a lot of sunshine before the sun sets. weekend planner shows a slight chance of showers coming up on sunday. other than that, saturday is clear with temperatures in the 70s. tonight in the 50s in the city. scarsdale down to 55. 59 midtown. you are going to have to bundle up in the morning a little bit. 40s to the north and west. 81 tomorrow and thursday n. the 70s going in to the weekend with a slight chance of showers on sunday and monday. that's your weather. >> all right. what's coming up in sports? >> big one for the yankees tonight. this is not for the faint of heart. the yankees needed this win tonight to have any realistic shot at winning the division. talk about an emotional roller coaster in toronto. after two losses the giants have to get a win against washington. tom coughlin sent a clear message to his team today. you will hear it ahead in sports. here's what jimmy fallon has
dramatic video. a scary encounter off the coast of california. this kay yakker had to be wishing he had a bigger boat. video from a gopro-pro camera shows a fisherman fending off a hammer head shark. this happened over the weekend. and you can see him hitting the shark with his oar as the shark circles the kayak and comes back. the battle lasted 15 minutes. the fisherman said he hit the shark 20 times before it gave up and swam away. >> i think when he hit the shore, the shark was still looking at him. like come out and play. one lobster's lucky day. in new hampshire, restaurants kept it from ending up on the dinner table and this is why. they spotted a rare blue lobster while sorting through a large case of the crustaceans. the odds of making this kind of catch are one in two million.
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the yankees chances of winning the division nearly went up in smoke tonight in toronto. had hey lost trailing 4 1/2 games with 13 to play may feel like standing at the base of everest and looking up. didn't want that. tied at two in the eighth. carlos beltran cranks a solo shot to right. how good has he been in the last few months, last few games let alone. in the ninth, he one time yankees pcospect turned yankees killer with a solo shot to left forcing extra innings. they are pumped in oronto. in the tenth, two with men o and good-bye. a three-run shot for the rookie. his tenth home run since called up on august 13th. the yankees win 6-4 and move within 2 1/2 games in the al east.
if the blue jays lead they can cut it to a game and a half against toronto. david wright got the mets going against the braves. solo shot in the first. nice to see the captain going right center. the game was tied in the fifth when hector olivera crushes this thing. three-run shot off the mets starter. the mets lose 6-2. so did the nationals. the mets magic number to clinch the division down to six. sigh of relief for the jets today. eric decker only has a sprayed knee. she day to day. and fitzpatrick is the starting quarterback, even when he is healthy. tom coughlin sont a message to his team cutting parker today. jon beason said he is waiting for the nod to play.
the giants could use him back against washington. they could use a lot of things the way games one and two ended. >> told him i wasn't pleased with the play, as such but i thought we could certainly be, ogeven under these circumstances be 2-0. >> good thing about a short week. not a lot of time to reflect on e past. get out there and start to epare gnd go out and see if we can put four quarters together and play a complete game and get a win. >> a short week and short memory against washington this this week. finally winner take all. game three in the wnba playoffs at the garden them liberty led the mystics by one. under 30 seconds to go. shot clock winding down. tiffany drains the jumper. he was one for 11 in the game before that shot. what a moment for her. spike lee lovin' it at the garden as the liberty win it 79-74.
>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- anne hathaway, anthony anderson, musical guest, a great big world and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 334, montgomery! k teve: and now, herh he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ]
that's a hot crowd right there, hey. oh! [ cheers and applause ] i feel the love! hey, i feel the love. welcome. welcome, everyone, to "the tonight show." thank you so much for that. wow, you're here. [ cheers and applause ] this is it. looking good. looking great. here's what people are talking about. of course, the big story is that pope francis arrived in washington, d.c. today. i saw that president obama actually picked him up at the airport. [ light laughter ] when asked how the pope will get back to the aiuport, obama was like, "uber." [ laughter and applause ] "i don't know. it's not my problem." that's right, president obama picked up pope francis at the airport. because what better way to alleviate the traffic the pope is about to cause than sending out a presidential motorcade. [ laughter ] it you wanted to make it home for dinner, you should have left a month ago. no. the trip to washington, d.c. has actually been very
educational for the pope. you know, because he's oaly ever read about purgatory. [ light laughter ] i saw that top congressional leaders sent a statement to the house and senate with guidelines for pope francis's visit, including a request to not shake his hand. apparently they're worri that if politicians touch the pope they'll burst into flames. [ laughter and applause ] in addition to the no shaking nds, congress was given a lot of rules about the pope's visit. check out some of these other ones here -- firs there's the, "don't fake sneeze just to get an easy blessing out of the pope." [ laughter ] achoo. [ applause ] so nice, thoughtful. don't say, "pope, there he is," when he walks in the room. [ laughter ] he doesn't like that. that's disrespectful.