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announcer: it is 10:00 p.m. do you know where your children are? right now on tox 5 news atten: manhattan nightclub spills into the street where a gunman opened fire. m police tell us that club on broadway was getting ready to close for the night earl hi monday. >> all right t. the suspect left and returned with a gun. linda sh mit is outside of the club with tonight's update. linda? reporter: it turns out tonight, the woman killed here early this morning knew the shooter, but still not the intended target. the intended target here is about 4:00 this this morning with the bouncers at the club. nypd knows who they are looking for them scan the driver license f. they have all the information. now he calls himself in a vent planner at cbs like this and he price the bronx.
it was not meant. that is the crazy part. reporter: 24-year-old daughter was in the wrong place at the wrong time. police say she was shot and killed as she left the nightclub in the flatiron district at 4:00 this morning and she was not the tinneded target. >> she was not the intend target. >> my first borne, now i got bury her. report she celebrate her birthday. the gunman was at the nightclub and had gotten kicked out a short time earlier. he told the bouncers he was going to the door get the gun and he did just that and returned and opened fire as two other women just happened to be leaving the club. >> i don't know what they did to him to make him go into a rage and hit get a gun. reporter: the shooting is a shock to people who live and work in this trendy neighborhood but
police believe surveillance video will lead them to the killer. in the meantime, a college grad it a leaves behind a 3-year-old son. >> how am i going to explain this to tim? going to wake up and no mom. reporter: now sadly, one young life was lost here early this morning them other two people are expected to survive. for now that that this is latest from here. steve, back to you. steve: thank you, linda. one person killed this afternoon when a coca-cola truck crashed in the prox exafter 3:00 on the bruckner pull vard. reports say the truck driver lost control of the vehicle trying to avoid hitting another car. the truck then jumped the curb, be plowed into the crowd before hiting scaffolding. a 27 year old woman was killed and they suffered a minor injury. it is unclear f the truck driver will face any criminal charges. eoceans reason aring high today at game three.
over chase utley's slide that broke reuben tejada's leg. hi. reporter: yeah. chase utley was not in tonight's starting line up. at last check, he had not entered the film and the near presence tonight for many fa fans elevatedded excitement and the emotions surrounding tonight's game. applauding] reporter: saturday night, chase utley slide into reuben tejada to break up a double ply and ensure it counted. the collision brocket dodd's leg. consensus. >> 30. >> absolutely horrible. >> very dirty. >> a derty, think. >> unfair. keep. >> thought it was horrible. for two days, baseball fans debated see man tk of neighborhood plays and what constituted
illegal shied. then, the mayor of the nation's largest city lead throng of reporters know what he thought of chase utley. >> he can appeal all he wants, buy is guilty as sin. >> we learned major league baseball planned to delay leaving the 36-year-old second base ban eligible to play eager to greet him. i came down from boston today drinking the utley hater aid the whole way. a full jug of it. i am ready town lash it tonight. >> most attending game three hopes to also unleash something directed at utly. >> harvey has got to mim. will protect the teammates. he is going to throw at him gets the opportunity. >> then he will get pelted on the way back to the dugout. eye closed my eyes, he think. will get mean. >> the mets' organization would not say what to increase security at last check
fourth inning. live at cityfield, matt king, "fox 5 news." >> thank. >> the university of connecticut student who gained national noter street ty over the mac and cheese rant are is back with apology. 19-year-old posted thed have yes on youtube apologizing to all the cafeteria staff involved in particular, the manager the berated then shoved. >> well, when watched the individualee few days later, i could not even believe it was me in it. like, i was just watching it thinking oh my god, like, like, like, what the hell is wrong with me? like this is not what i am all with. like, i don't treat people this way. and, and i am ashamed. steve: he was intoxicated and calls it a serious wake-up call and asking people who offered him to sendo nations of mac and does that send tem toll a local food bank instead. dari: minnesota dentist who sparked international crout rage
when he killed protected lion he sill with it not charges. they have clareed james walter palmer of wrongdoing and no longer to the country. they say,ing to, that pal mr's paper princer, he did not break any hunting laws. professional hunter from zimbabwe has been charged with allowing an i illegal hunt. >> all right. the mystery of what happened tonight 370 about to be be solve. report ares say teenager huning for birds on the island found a fuselage full of skeletons in a flag back in september. the teen's uncle did not tell anyone pause he did not realize it was. five weeks ago, french experts confirmed a piece of wing that washed up was from the missing plane, 239 people are onboard. they were heading to pay jiang when it disappears after departing in march of last year. >> after two reb debates, all eyes on the other side f. the democratic candidates for the white house will be taking the stage tomorrow night in
investigate gas for the first presidential debate. hillary clinton will ty to outperform bernie sanders who has opinion gaining in thele pos. as for vice president joe biden, he has fot announced whether or not he will decide to throw the not a the ring. steve: 13 members of the response team in south carolina, tonight, that team departed the west side this morning to help with recovery efforts in the record flooding that devastated parts of the state. mayed of active firefighters who volunteer during daughter is. >> mosts people only get watch this on tv and don't get to help and we have you a nek opportunity where we get respond down there and get hands on and help people out and for us that means a lot because we have something going on here. the whole country comes by and hips out. steve: the red cross is providing thousands with meal and relief items the cleanup from the devastating flooding continues if. dari: this may be welcomed news to many of you. new york still's tax may be tuning out the pack seat tv's you can never
shut off. on thursday, the commission will street test the credit card payment system and the system use smartphones or tablets to calculate fares and process payments. reared was then use hand held devised a credit card reader to pay and this technology would render those backseat screens obsolete in about 1,000. steve: good deal. we're never on those. we don't watch them. dari: that is so true. today, they supported the deal brokered over the weekend to fun the mta's five-year modernization pran. the mta says this the plan pays for 1,000 new subway cars and more track repairs but transit experts say the program is postally for maintenance and will leave the city's transit system lagging behind more modern systems around the world. >> yeah. steve: all right. jersey city roll rooting the welcome mat. sharon crowley shows us why and gets reaction to the deal.
>> i am a big fan any in there reallied. reporter: jersey city res dens thrilled short-term on-line housing options like air w and b and homeaway will be offered in jersey city. >> you get much more of the local culture as you want tound he thand is going on, you snow it is much better in that sense. reporter: jersey city mayor is introducing legislation would regulate the short-term ent arals. air b and b user will be charged a 6% hospitality tax, which is what jersey city hotel guests pay now. the leases would not last longer than 30 days. >> the city will ultimately realize $1 million more in service charges were the hotel. we will be able to be more precise on enforcement of the actors. it will protect neighborhoods baits will be 1 million of insurance for each unit provide by air b and p. we think it is a win. reporter: such housing
services are not legally new york stit and some in the hotel industry are crit deal this services. richter and her hus pan, though, welcomed the idea. i think it is fantastic. it really gives the unique opportunity to explore the city onedget. >> the air b and b movements that he critics. jersey city's major is vowing to work those especially in the hotel city that have concerns. sharon crowley, tox 5 news. dari: giants' player fighting a msra infection and now fashion a potential complication. steve: all right. how does new york to london in an hour sound. a new plane in could make that reality. dari: do you have any tattoos? well the new tattoo trend so subtle you may
end fight msra infection tonight that could cost his foot. dari: the infection couvade. zachary is here. >> yeah. pretty scary stuff, right. he is big per, faster, stronger than most of us will be. how is it that the tight ten for the giants' find in this situation? we're learning more, tonight, the rare antibiotic resistant back year to. how the guys are rallying around number 85. [cheering and applauding] >> reporter: what we know he injured the toe and the ankle. he received a cort ty zone shot and developed a high fever. we don't know what the portal of in jr. trin was. was it living on the skin and not a the skin base had open wound? did it get into the sighting where the injection was performed? that is not crear. nfl is reporting he is on antibiotic regimen. he is em proving, but there are still a lot of unknowns. after five surgeries in ten days.
they can to toll avoid am pewtating his foot. presumably wrin from the hospital ped, the giants' ten end sent thought tweet sunday. my heart with my pier tonight. neat, gemen. i love every one watch you with the hashtag this will not feet me. then the giants' locker room after the tam's third straight win, there was coach tom coughlin, put things in perspective. >> hey. >> daniel, daniel gets the game ball to win. [cheering and applauding] >> so what can do you to protect yourself? dr. peterson are from lenox hill hospital says early detection signs include warmth, edens, swelling at the sign of infection and get fevers. daniel has a tem of 104 degrees when he was taken to the hospital. about 2% of russ colonized with smear. it can get into the skin baits live on the skin. the most common method
is skin to skin contact or contact with the skin to forecontaminated source. that could can be towels, razors, any shared personal items. >> well, 2:00 the giants dedicated the win last fight against the 49ers. talking. it is a scary situation. you talk about going to the gym and different things. >> sure. steve: nowhere keeping cleaner han the nfl longer room. that makes you think base to going to the own gym or whatever. it is something ny. it is crazy stuff. thank you, man. reporter: thank you. steve: all right. eric la grand paid a visit. week marks five years sense he suffered life altering injury during a game that left him with a severed spinal cord the 25 year old not let the injuries slow him down. he is raising machine pi for spinal cord research. we parted with this daniel reeve foundation as a way to help their
goalle cover paralysis but help bomb the quality of life. la grand wore number 52. if you would like to confrom in put we have a link on the web site. you can check out the story in the dood day section as well. dari: festive day for italian-americans in the city. huge crowds lined fifth three. for today's columbus day parade. very exciting. jessica was there for the world's biggest sell operation italian-american culture. reporter: the safe red, white, green, 35,000 marchers over 100 groups. of course, thousands and thousands of spectators waiting waving the american and italian flags. [cheering and applauding] >> very beautiful. i love it. reporter: half million people lined up down fifth avenue and celebrate columbus parade and we are italian.
>> to see and har the sight and sounds of the 71st annual columbus day parade. >> professional from america and italy. >> yes. >> we are excited to see them. >> italia. reporter: it didn't mat fer you were eye tail reason, american or something else. >> are you italian? >> no. i am jewish. reporter: okay. doesn't matter. come out to sell operate. i still come out to sell prit with. i tail crin hol ty. come out and celebrate the italians. >> i come every crear. >> i come every year. >> yeah. >> 45th year. the crowd was not the only one having a great time. so were the parties pans. >> i love being in front of a crowd. >> i love seeing the smiling faces. >> we love america. we love new york city. reporter: we caught up with the one and only
>> these are my roots. my mother born in isley. so you have the total lineage now. and, and it is amazing. think of them. i wish they could be here to see this. >> down fifth avenue, jessica reporting, "fox 5 news." dari: is kanye west the next american idol? steve: i thought hes a going to be president. dari: the ing ser's surprise audition and what j loys saying. steve: unlimited vacation days at work. it sounds nice. why it may not be all it
>> the "american idol" judge got pig big surprise. all right. over the weekend, kanye west on stage tried out the competition. the appearance maded headlines after they posted a pic on instagram. he belted out gold digger and the judges awarred him a tick dote hollywood. >> we gave him a ticket. >> he can come to hol hiwood if he wants. >> you can come, it is okay. i don't though if you could have got in this on your own. you can great now. was a lot of fun. >> all right. the final season of "american idol" by the way. of course, it airs here. dari: we will see in that few months. she music is hitting a high note on spotify. the song thinking out louds the first stock het the 500 mark. wow. 19 million people stream the mikes monthly
weekend and harris. aka taylor swift's owe. and get this, the country who streams the most is denmark. and the woman who plays the newest obsession on empire is rapper turned actress who know thousands kit you up literally. 28-year-old whose real name is murray used to be a barber and worked for eight years in atlanta where she built a roster of celebrity clients includeing rapper coming here and came easy. they were both barbers and catch up the guest starring role this season on empire. >> all right. how this. tracy morgan continues the recovery. a couple of year cans ago that left in coma. he sent hit to tweet tonight saying the first time on stage in 16 months at the comedy picking up this he pieces. the latest public aperrance since the accident last month made a surprise appearance at the emmy awards and a scheduled to host
welcome pack, tracy. >> well, steven. look that. after opening up her hr fertility troubles. supermario she has news four. she is having a baby. they are having a baby. oh, love this. they posted this adorable photo. she is with three be mo lopping. no word if it is a a boy or girl. wow thrash is wonderful. >> all right. congrats to them. halloween only a few weeks away. trick-or-treating can be tough. jod jody goldberg is preparing. reporter: harper loved playing dress-up and doing art and crafts you would know she has severe food allergies and which now according to food allergy research and education effects one and 13 kids in the united states. >> with her egg aller give, the gluten and the dairy race high as well but not as bad as the
egg. reporter: when it comes to halloween, is black and orange. for the tamly, is now become tradition to incorporate te l.a. pumpkin can be the color of of food allergy awareness. it is part of what is known nationwide as the pumpkin project back for the second year placing a teal pumpkin on the doorstep let theres trick-or-treaters know theyle will be reseeing nonfood treat look the toys. >> this year we have bouncy balls, bubble, the vampire key stickers. >> the project that is it does help increase awareness and apathy for families paiging fooded ale allergies. >> parents work very hard. there are strange arers and even complete strangers to say, you want a candy without even thinking three times it may cause an allergic reaction. harp ear mom, nicole, said this way of life has pam new you formal. found out. i was worried.
we have worked around it. we still have just as much fun as anyone else on halloween without the candy. >> they are all swet their chilled pumpkin outside but helping other people will do the same regardless of what they have allergies. jody goldberg, "fox 5 news." >> all right. well, take all the vacation days you want. just get the work done. >> le, more big companies ones with big names are offering that why some feel this is foot great one. >> buyer be aware. >> i am not big it. >> how much do you pay for toothpaste. this pricey new one that
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over next two weekends. >> the long island children's museum used this columbus day to teach kids with per ritetime exploration in and how they used things like flags to communicate. t are doing with well. they like to spell out this the names using the flags and they may send a secret message to see who they are getting the collage to and may say hello. >> that is your new york minute. steve: all right. we ask to you check out the fox 5 weather app that features hourly forecast and radar storm alerts and download today. in the i.d. score or
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inflation t. the third no bum! in those benefits meanwhile, small business owners have big concerns the economy heading to 2016 and thu survey out showing more than six in ten rate fair and poor. and a big merger two big tech companies. dills teaming up to buy for $67 well. that would make it the largest tech deal ever. and think the most money savvy people are just on wall street. you may want to think again. north carolina, north carolina getting ranked the state with the most money savvy citizens in america. they are look at things like personal investments, savings and bankruptcy rate ares. who knew. north carolinians new. that is business. i am neil cavuto. >> all right. senator schumer among those saying they had enough of those sky rocketing out of network a tm fees. he is calling on nodes to launch an investigation claiming
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>> toon ny tattoos ton grow in popularity. >> cute. jen law merse looks at the new trend in body art. >> right here. >> okay, cool. reporter: this is sally phillip's first tattoo, a small one, but there is a big meaning behind it. >> i have a note from my dad. he wrote me when i was a bab pi. he was diagnosed withed a aides. i loved it. i think it is going to mean a lot to me. i have the note at the end that says live in joy and love. then, it has three explanation points. reporter: when it comes to body ink, microtattoos are huge. search the hashtag toon
ny tattoo on in too dram. you will final image after image. heart, words, be de oh met call shapes and some so small you can fairly see them. >> in the last six mons. people are on to getting these small little tattoos. i don't know how to do big tattoos any more. >> if they gave kendall jenner herrance a small white dot on the fin examiner. when i asked her why the white dot. she said it is, it is, she told me this. pause its the little things thatpp matter. end though the big sister kim has her own thought on getting inked which she made crear. >> honey would you put a bumper stek on a pently? [cheering and applauding] can. >> many see the toon tine ty gnat tu as accessory within you can show off if you want to. >> of course, the less link you get, the less pain and the less time takes. le microtats take as little as 30 seconds start to finish. >> exactly how long it took sally to get hers. short and sweet.
can keep for a lifetime. >> you get to a point when you lose s somebody that you start to just remember memories. >> yeah. >> and then i think one of the that is special about this. i feel look he is talking to me. it doesn't feel like a memory. it feels like he is still around and we are having a conversation. >> he is there. is there. he will always be with me. then west village. jennifer lahmers, "fox 5 news." >> all right. >> wow. >> very sweet. >> it was very he sweet. >> yeah. the major. >> yeah. you get one like you keep going and going. >> put my leg up right now. >> yeah. i love that subwayk to. >> so awesome. >> you have an edge. >> we know. >> well where it. >> well, an awesome day today. nice and warm. it was perfect. the cooldown in the future. >> it will get here, of course. >> we are in the fall season and felt like spring across the tristate area. 7 is what we hit today.
that that is well above average nor this time of year. hope you joined it because it is it, folks. from here on we see temperatures take a fall and drop 20 colder. this morning we start off with 56. a starts nice. we struggle toll get into the highs. high temperatures were above average for everyone. le all in the 70's to mon take and right now sitting comfortably 50 answer the 60's across many lo kags. 61 islip now. 64 up toward prigport. poughkeepsie here at 55. we're at 51 in success. a cooler 48 toward monticello. these numbers are running slightly milder than they were at this time yesterday. we have slight winds throughout which is good news. we had mainly dollars skies. we're starting to see clouds begin to work across the region and increase cloudings as we go through. high pressure still in control but going to be sliding to the east allowing two systems to effect us as we go to tomorrow. one is the area that is
sitting off the southeastern states this within is going to pass to the southeast and brings some cloud cover across the jersey shore and the east end of long island starting off the day tomorrow. then, we will bring a couple of isolated showers to the same tonight. then we have the second area moving across the great lakes a and a cold front. you can see shower withs running along it from cincinnati and right through tennessee. this is headed in our direction as well. this il with make impact in the afternoon horse tomorrow. that is when you really want to have your plame handy. behind too front, some cool airs working in the great leaks. up ear's to low 60 in a places like min ap pleasant chicago. he get a taste of that as we go tow end of this week. warmer air being you preeced to the south and find reads in the 80's. 90's for vegas tomorrow. just under 90 for ha. a look at the future cast shows increasing clouds as with we go through the rest the evening. a couple of isolated show wore tow east. tomorrow morning, wake up with a lot of clouds and you will see the
there will be fools pause in the afternoon we have the threat of a cowl of pop-up showers. not a washout but have umbrella handy. i think much of the chaps will increase after about fave or six tomorrowng evening. those move out to the east tomorrow night. then, wednesday, i think we have a mix of sun and clouds but don't anticipate rain showers. thursday we see the sun in full force but temperatures coming down by then with the highs running to the 50's by the weekend. so tonight, increasing clouds. comfortable lows with temperatures then tomorrow. a pew showers. then, lookings like highs will stay pof average for within more day. we drop the 6's for wednesday. same thing for thursday. more in the way of shine. another disturbance that will bring us a chance of shower overnight. then as we go to the weekend we stay dry and see sun t. the big difference in the temperature when you step outside. >> it is going to feel cool. >> we are going for highs the 40's throws the highs which means the morning lows in the 20 answer the 30's. fork city.
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because load of rule, 601 in the rule book if in the judgment of the umpire. a pace run deliberately and fielder in the act of fielding and with the obvious intent to guess that, folks break up a double play which is what utley did and the ball is debt dead. the rule then guess ton say. look care ny the empire shall call the run out for interference and call the batter runner out because of the action of the teammate. which would bely and then end no event may base be run because of such action by reporter so there it is. instead of a run scoring to tie the film for the dodgers in everybody being safe because of the action. it should have been a double play for the mets with the ending boeing over and the mets still lead being the score of 2-1. the problem here is this. judgment calls are not reviewable. in my judgment, that stings pig time pause
not see what utley did to too had to as being delib flat? again that is a big time thing. >> as for net, doing the best way possible by delivering a beat down with their bats. spotting a 3-0 read. there is curtis granderson delivering a bases clearing double in the pot tom of the second. now another come. the crushes and now a 3-1 pom and also with a 2-1 bomb in the game. inning. that is the pest way indeed retaliate. now, another postseason business. i think texas dov nor greg abbott needs to have a long talk the staffers pause with the use up two to one on the kansas city yales leading 6-2 in the 7th inning today. congrats to the astros on advancing to the alcs hoping for all texas
alcs look at you rangers. well guess with a, folks? now with a chance to clinch at home ended up losing 9-6 and the rangers to clinch at home and 8 in 4 and take about being premature and putting one's foot in one's mouth. today, cubs decked the card 8-6. >> yeah. i would get forefeet the cowboy defense being look the border security security. >> get you in trouble. >> it sure can s. u got know your tweets. >> all right. >> for sure. >> yeah. >> but at least in a nice spot now. >> very nice. >> look like they can clinch tomorrow at home. a would be sweet. >> not tweeting that until it he is done. >> exactly. >> i know. >> all right. good deal. take care. >> he. >> you tomorrow m.