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next at 11:00, up and down weather. >> >> announcer: welcome back to the golden globes much and now from the frds awaken orce awak "the forz a wak
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from, "the force awakens", harrison ford. >> once again it the nominees for motion picture drama. >> announcer: "carol." "mad max: fury road." "the revenant." "room." "spotlight." [ applause ] >> and the golden globe goes to -- "the revenant." [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: coming to the stage and accepting the golden globe tonight is writer/director -- producer of "the revenant," alejandro g.
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[ applause ] >> my god. >> speech. speech. speech. >> sorry, there's a lot of kissing here. i forgot to say thanks to mark, my co-writing partner, all the native americans who help us make this film possible. and, i don't know, i want -- somebody, guys, please jump to do something. i cannot say how surprised i am and how proud i am to have survived this film with all these fellas. please. tony. >> wow, thank you guys so much. this is such a surprise, brad westin, arnon, everybody at regioncy, fox, we love you so much. this was an incredible experience. al ejandro, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, everybody.
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>> come, come, come, come. >> thank you. i'm afraid that's it. we're out of time. fokir myself and mel gibson, shalom. >> announcer: the nomination ballots are mailed to all eligible members of the hollywood foreign press association, who choose up to five nominees in each category. on the final ballots, the same members vote for one nominee in each category. information concerning the final results is known only to the accounting firm of ernst & young, llp prior to tonight's opening of the sealed envelopes.
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. now at 11:00, the rain and floods are gone. so are the 60-degree temps. brace yourselves for a blast of cold.
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a look at gunman accused of firing a bullet that hit a 12-year-old girl inside her own home two months ago. >> first, a big break in the who the horrific gang rape. >> it touched a nerve in the heart of just about everyone. an 18-year-old girl gang raped by five men. the attackers chased her father away at gunpoint. >> there are four people now in custody this comes less than 24 hours after police released this surveillance video of the suspects news 4 ray villeda is at the station house. ray with new information just coming in. >> gave two of the suspect turning themselves into the precinct, the 73rd, and to others are also in custody. and police are searching for one suspect. i spoke to the victim's family who tells me she is doing okay.
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suspect. >> police say she was gang raped out of brownsville park and the surveillance video shows the alleged sexual predators. >> on thursday night, police say the o en and her father were at osbourne playground. investigators say five young men pulled a gun on the father and told him to leave. that's when police say the men savagely raped her. the father ran to the nearby deli to ask for help. a riclerk who didn't want to be identified said he refused to give him the phone. >> he said can i call the cops. i said, no. i just said why, he said i will call the police. i said i can't give you the phone. >> what was his demeanor like? >> like drunk. >> onnlunday night, we learned two people of interest are questioned by police on collection with the alleged heinous sex attack.
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their parents brought them in. i want to commend the parents for taking the responsible position. >> community leaders and neighbors say police should have been quicker toorotify the neighbor about the attack. police say there was no delay in responding to the crime or notifying the neighborhood. the attack happened late thursday night. the victim interviewed friday. the video released saturday afternoon. afterwards it was released. police are calling for the suspects to turn themselves in. >> we want the individuals in this video to turn themselves in. you cannot rape a young lady in the community and think you will get away with this. >> four teenagers are in custody in connection with this attack. they are all under age 17. in the meantime they are looking for still one more suspect. we're live if the brownsville section of brooklyn tonight, i'm ray villeda, news 4, new york. >> thank you for the late details. tonight some comfort perhaps for long island family still
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police say they have arrested the man who fired the stray bullet that killed her in her own home last october. the accused gunman now facing murder and other charges, set it face the news tomorrow. ida siegal is live in minneola with the charges. ida? >> it is news for the family who has been trying to deal in with the horrible loss knowing that the killer of their 12-year-old daughter was still out there. tonight, the police tell me he is behind bars. >> investigators spent the last three months searching for this man. tonight they have 20-year-old peller in custody charged with the murder of 12-year-old joiner. >> i hope you rot in hell. >> strong words from the 80-year-old grandmother. she rushed to daja's side when she heard the 12-year-old was shot in her own living room back in october.
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a plate of food for dinner at the time when bullet started flying outside their home. one went through the window. >> i made it out of house. to my granddaughter's house. >> police arrested keller at this intersection in hemp said it this morning. he was drying a bmw. it is unclear why investigators think will killer killed daja, g who he was allegedly aiming for that day. >> can you tell us about him? no one wanted to talk to us tonight. >> my granddaughter was loved.
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>>. >> and keller, is scheduled to appear before a judge tomorrow morning. daja's family members tell me they plan to be in that courtroom and watch as he faces charges against him. reporting live from minneola tonight, ida siegal, news 4, new york. >> we are tracking big changes with the weather. heavy rain moving out. cold air is now moving in. a sharp change for today's 60-degree record temperatures. could you feel it out there? we also saw record rain fall throughout the tri-state area. from the jersey shore to staten island, from the east to long island, and there is a light at the end of the tunnel. you can see there are beautiful double rainbow. >> they are plummeting now. and from 15 to 20 degrees, justice early this afternoon,
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in new york city. 59. that was 1 degree away from tying the eecord. back to the north and west we see the colder air moving in. this isn't even the worst of it. mont sella and sussex, and cross over to columbus, ohio and single digits in chicago and below 0 dem tours in minneapolis. through. it created lake effect. and not around our area, we are expecting snow to show up on tuesday night into wednesday and in the meantime temperatures bitterly cold in the morning. the thermometer will stay 20s and 30s all day long but when we get the wind mixed in with it it is going to feel like teens and 20s all day long. we will talk more about the rest of the forecast and when we could expect snow in the area coming up in a few minutes. back to you. >> thanks. you can track the forecast any time with news 4 new york app.
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select the weather tab. >> the stars came out tonight for the 73rd annual golden globe awards. you just saw the revenant take home the globe and leonardo decaprio. >> and jennifer lawrence for "joy." >> well jennifer lawrence won over amy schumer. but "joy" didn't take home a gleb at all. >> you can't not know who the winner is once i say the name. "the martian." >> matt damon presumed dead and left behind after a storm, matt damon won best actor for his role in the film.
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quite a night, jackie. >> and the party just continues here in l.a. and as you all said, and some snubbed but who did not disappoint and just turning a lot of heads and making a lot of noise, host ricky gervais. >> if you do win tonight, remember that no one cares about that award as much as you do. >> go into hiding, okay, not even sean penn will find me. >> another oh, my goodness moment was with jamie foxx. went up to present. and he kind of took a little stab at host steve harvey and his miss universe snafu.
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>> i made a mistake, it's right here on the card. i take -- it's right here on the card. i take full responsibility. full responsibility. but right here on the card. you apologize to everybody in compton. >> i know dave sid going oh, my gosh. that was a moment. so somebody who did not disappoint is lady gaga. she looks amazing. but she also won in best actress in a comedy television series. so a lot of great moments. david, you were doing that, right? oh, my god. >> you know me, jacque, you know i did. call me out. >> you were cracking up over here. thanks so much. great dress, by the way. looking fabulous. well check in with you later in the hour when we also talk fashion. >> still ahead, do you know where your food is coming from when you order from an on-line service in the i-team first uncovered mystery kitchen with
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to your door. has anything been done? and how some are still gaining the system. >> but hollywood drama. sensational case of a notorious drug lord. the meeting with actor sean penn and how it might have helped authorities capture him. >> the revealing ride to the subway tu t has now become an
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showing a red mini van involved in a deadly hit and run friday night. the mini van ran down a 52-year-old man near the corner of 170th street in mount eaton around 1020. two more vehicles hit the man while lying in the road. the last driver was the only one who stopped. the victim was o pronounced dead later at the hospital. if you know anything, you are encouraged to call nypd. two police officers were standing at a counter at the 7-eleven on main avenue when a big buick came crashing through e door. despite injuries, both offigers went outside to stop the driver as he tried to drive away. he is charged with driving while impaired and assault with a motor vehicle.
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philadelphia police are investigating a tip that members after radical group may pose a threat to officers there. the department says someone approached an officer on the street today and alleged the man who attacked officers jesse hartnett was working with a group that has radical beliefs. investigators say they claim the attack is in the name of islam. >>, after an i-team investigation revealed phony restaurants with fake addresses, selling food on seamless and grub hub, they promised reform. on an i-team follow up, it looks like one restaurant is still gaming the system and wait until you see how. >> the i-team found another restaurant using seamless and grub hub to sell food from a mystery kitchen.
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>> i-team producer ordered vegetable dumplings and edamame from mike's bistro asian fusion. the kitchen listed on west 72nd street. but you guessed it, this kitchen is closed. so where was this food cooked? >> i'm confused because this place looks like it's closed. ay>> it appears restaurant that prepared this meal is an imposter. >> we took the delivery order to the real mike's bistro, a coacher restaurant moving 20 blocks away a year and half ago. they do not serve vegetable dumplings or edamame. >> it has to be kosher food. anything they are saying that could really affect our business. >> this is definitel not my business. >> though we made calls, we would meet the imposter posing as mike's bistro. exposing restaurant after restaurant using seamless and grub hub to sell delivery food
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>> where was this food made? >> where did this food come from? >> do you know what kitchen made this food? >> after we exposed a list of fghost restaurants, seamless and grub hub agreed to toughen their background checks and have verified nearly 11,000 restaurants are in good standing with the city department of health. when we asked if this menu slipped through the cracks it was taken down. a spokeswoman said it is part after small number of restaurants that are still undergoing verification. >> they need to do their due diligence on the back. >> trafers and dempsey are customers. before our investigation, their office routinely offered from a different imposter menu. they learned the real kitchen inspectors found evidence of rats, roaches and mice. >> it is disgusting. >> is it coming from a restaurant with a theme of rats and roaches?
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be more thorough in checking as well well. >> back at the real mike's bistro, the manager says now this makes sense. he received this welcome package from seamless but the real mike's bistro doesn't use the seamless platform. it is addressed to a mystery person. like lit imposter who is benefitting from this restaurant's good name. not to mention good grade. reporting from midtown, news 4 new york. >> if you have a tip for the i-team call us at 1-866-news-244. or e-mail us at nbc 4 new >> i would hate it use the word roller coaster, but boy, we've been up and down. >> oh, record rain fall and record high temperatures, and now the bitter cold is through the area. big, big changes. another big change, our tree is gone. the tree is down. so the holidays are officially over and skaters are having a good time-out there with the breezes starting to kick up. temperatures are dropping too. right now, it's still right
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41 under partly cloudy skies. but already we are seeing temperatures fall off into the 30s north and west. the coldest air is starting it roll through. it stays windy tonight so those wind chills will be a factor throughout the nie and throughout the day tomorrow. it is dry and much colder on monday. we go from record high 60-degree temperatures today to 30s tomorrow and wind chills in teens and 20s. dare i say, snow flakes on tuesday? yes, i do. there will be a fast-moving clipper storm out of canada. it won't last long. but another bout with the arctic air comes through. we haven't seen these snowstorms yet this winter. these are the quick-moving ones. they will come through with a few snow showers. maybe light accumulation. tuesday night into early wednesday morning. we will keep you posted on that and keep track. in the meantime, tracking record highs. not in central park, missed it by 1 degrees. but jfk, bridgeport, newark at 65. plenty of rain. central park with record rain
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more than 2 inches in danbury and bloomfield. today. inches of rain with some street flooding. that all receding now. temperatures around 40 across much of long island. 50 in montauk. if you go back to the north and west and you see the readings dropping off into the 30s, monticello down to 34 and wind have picked up, seeing gusts between 25 and 30 miles an hour, around 40 miles an hour in long branch right now, brings the feels-like temperatures down. 20s and 30s for the most part. tomorrow morning in teens and 20s and staying that way all day. 33 is the actual tempera re at 8:00 a.m. but feeling like teens and 20s, and gusty winds continues. lots of sunshine tomorrow. but it won't warm us up at all. then we go into tuesday. temperatures come up a little but then that clipper comes through tuesday night into early wednesday morning and that's wh we see snow in the area.
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montclair down to 30 degrees. keep in mind with t se winds it feels a lot colder across the region and have to layer up all over again tomorrow. seven-day forecast at 34 for tomorrow's high and then we've got that snow coming in late tuesday, wednesday. another chance for snow over the weekends. we will see snow showers possible with rain showers mixed in. too early to tell with this one. temperatures may be too warm in most areas for snow. but a mix around that we could see some significant accumulation. we will talk more about that later. >> snow showers. >> keep it here. >> your train ride was likely a little stranger than usual today. the no pants subway took ff this af haternoon. check them out. 000 subway riders were expected to strip off their pant at various stops. this year's campaign is called
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instead of taking off a pair, they wear two pairs of pants. that will get you in less trouble, right? >>emeah. and a lot of new yorkers are with you. they're like, whatever. >> whatever. >> okay. coming up on news 4, extending the school week. where some student may be spending six days in the classroom. >> plus, who wants to be a billionaire? the record jackpot keeps on growing. but there were some million dollar winning tickets in our area. find out why. dunkin' donuts' unbelievable selection freshly made all day -- and now you can enjoy two english muffin breakfast sandwiches for $4.
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