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>> from fox 5 news this is "good day early call". juliet: get ready for and we need day. the you bring your umbrella? ben: i did. bill cammed--bill brennan as a solution to the homeless problem but some people are upset with his idea. heather: final preparations for the republican presidential debate. we love watching those. latest is the candidate to get ready to state their platforms. i did not think i was going to see you here today.
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>> meteorologist: maybe something was going on yesterday. juliet: i had dreams about you guys the entire night. >> meteorologist: you are dreaming about me? i should have acted more often. ben: a lot of people dreaming about you. >> meteorologist: just the suggestion. we are waiting for this kid. ben: taking a sweet time. on a day like today i can't blame him for staying outside. >> meteorologist: not the prettiest of days but this will be the one, now will pick him, let's go. let's show you what is out there. not everyone looking at rain just yet but there is some rain mainly to the south, central and southern sections of new jersey where showers are at this point and that is what we see on live radar working its way into the city, you can feel the moisture in the air already, by degrees, milder this morning, 54 at
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montauk, we have some changes here, cloudiness, but it's here but showers mainly to the south but they will continue to work their way to the north and there is a good amount of rain however as far as the intensity is concerned don't get too crazy, mainly light to moderate showers coming frug but there is a tropical system as well, kind of coming and going in terms of intensity but that friend is they're holding it out to sea but still something to keep an eye on this time of year. showers through the majority of the day, at least start on the dry side, rain should pick up in the morning commute, temperatureswise-61 degrees, mainly light to moderate rain with a few pockets of heavier showers and some of that coming through the overnight hours, tonight into tomorrow morning. more showers on others they before we try out for the weekend. let's get you over to ines
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on. what is the commute? ines: note issues in yorktown heights, same for queens, white stone and the lie. how are things moving this morning? new jersey, in 202, construction affecting george washington bridge on the upper level, one lane open, one lane open trying to clear it out of the way, traffic in down, upper levels of 20 minute delay, no delays at the lincoln or holland tunnel. ben: a string of fatal pedestrian accidents continued in the city. juliet: i-man rocking around brooklyn at 5:30 last night when a car, we heard this before
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twice, landing on a man. if it plodded into a tree and hit a bus stop before killing the 15-year-old unidentified man. happened along flatbush avenue, two this had minor injuries including a 3-year-old in the car. police are still investigating the cause of the crash. demanded a 12 pedestrian killed by car in the five burroughs since oct. 31st. ben: three men charged in the attempted robbery of a group of plainclothes nypd detective, officers investing a robbery in brooklyn when the three suspect approached them. atwater was shot after police say he pulled a bb gun on them. looks like a real gun. he is hospitalized in stable condition. the other two suspects are 15, and 16 years old. all week are held on separate charges including robbery. heather: the police commissioner offering a contentious solution to the homeless crisis. at a press conference yesterday
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people can do is just ignore panhandlers. the commissioners as cops are limited to what they can do but officers are trained in nuances of the law in order to keep people from camping out on sidewalks. giving only encourages people to stay on the streets. >> my best advice to citizens of new york city, if this is so upsetting to you, don't give. one of the quickest ways to get rid of them is not to give to them. new york here's who are complaining so much about it, one of the things they can do is stop contributing to it. juliet: the mayor said the city has broken of 21 homeless in camp and, the city is working to get more people into permanent housing. ben: after it workers are set to walk off the job this morning this is to increase their wages to $15 an hour. this is a year before the presidential election. organizers hope to get more candidates to support increasing the minimum wage and the right
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in new york workers will rally in support of others across the country since fast food wages are here already set to rise $15 an hour in the city by 2018 and the rest of the state by 2020 one. juliet: some music and a little -- we are a few hours away from the fourth gop debate. >> candidates are rushing in on their topics and on one another. teresa priolo has a latest in the news room. >> reporter: the night's focus is the economy, creating jobs in differentiating yourself from your opponent, the event gets underway at 9:00 and all eyes are on ben carson and jeb bush. as some candidates surge and others saying tonight's gop debate on the fox business network is a chance to break away from the pack. the candidates attempt to prove
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once again what kind of job they do handling the nation's economy. >> we have to recognize we don't have is blowing economy many in the administration want you to believe we have. >> reporter: in the days leading up to the debate the crowded field of candidates have been all business dodging and explaining controversies of their and while attempting to discuss their economic plans and ways they hoped to create jobs if elected president. >> think how fast things are changing, took the telephone 75 years to reach 100 million users, the telephone. it took candy crush one year to reach 100 million users. the world is changing. >> reporter: the candidates very best in the polls, carson, trump, marco rubio, bush, ted cruz, john kasich and ron paul, chris christie and mike huckabee among others. the moderators of tonight's the base at although economics can be dealt tonight's performance that may be an economics class but it will be heavy on social security, taxes and job creation, substance over
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questions, the kind of questions some candidates say they only receive on the campaign trail. >> better than the moderated the big questions. just saying. >> reporter: the debate kicks off at 7:00, the main event with the top eight contenders will happen at 9:00, that is the latest in the newsroom. back to you. juliet: moving on, football practice will resume today at the university of missouri. before we get this that there is that debate tonight on fox business, we will tell you about that later on but let's go to the university of missouri, the football team will be playing, this comes -- tim wolfe resigned following as it complains that he did not respond timely or effectively to racial incidents on the campus in columbia, missouri which is the flagship campus for the university of missouri for campuses in missouri. juliet: you wouldn't know anything about that which is my
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alma mater red-eye little embarrassed by what is going on, football players went on strike and the students held protests, one went on hunger strike. >> my resignation to deal and start talking again, to make the changes necessary and let's focus on changing what we can change today and in the future. juliet: university of missouri plants several initiatives aimed at improving the racial atmosphere, it should start with allowing journalists to cover the protests there. because unfortunately some of the professors are blocking reporters, media from covering the actual story. ben: media professors. juliet: melissa click among others. burns me a lot. i am an embarrassed and ashamed that i went there based on the way they're acting. this campus needs an overhaul. ben: that could happen very soon.
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a brooklyn mom, the city has a new regulation. kids in preschool have to get flu shots by december 31st. that is the rule. a group of moms of kids in the public pregame program are suing the city. juliet: they're fighting the mandate of public students under 5 have to get this vaccine, linda schmidt has more on the case. >> the flu representing huge threat to children under 5 years of age. >> reporter: pediatrician says the flu can be deadly for preschoolers. >> highest death rate of any age group is in the pediatric population under 5 years of age. >> reporter: he is a former supporter of flu vaccine between the ages of 6 months and 5 years, michael bloomberg, the city health department has a rule mandating flu vaccines if preschoolers attend school programs. five mothers are fighting that rule and don't want their
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children to receive a flu vaccine, they are suing the city claiming their rule is illegal because the city health department passed it, not state lawmakers in albany. >> it is a personal choice. every parent has their own reason they don't want a flu shot and until an elected representative tells the mother was a should be able to make that personal choice. >> reporter: the parents' support all of the other required vaccinations except the flu vaccine. in part because the mandate does not apply to everyone. >> there are 11,000 licensed -- the only price for 2,000 of them. their are also 20,000 legally exempt day care providers in new york city. this flu dictate doesn't apply to them. >> reporter: the city released this statement, quote, we are confident that the board of health has the authority to require flu vaccinations which protect children and the broader public from serious illness.
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claims once we are served with a lawsuit. and health experts aren't telling us flew in children makes them sicker and more contagious for a longer period of time. linda schmidt, fox 5 news. >> i you upset with folks who are suing? >> the anti vaccine people, i don't know. is my opinion, i don't get the anti vaccine. they are trying to make this stretch of a link that has not been proven by any stretch of the imagination and generally i would say vaccines make kids safer and healthier. juliet: ben simmoneau. ben: let me know what you think. i have a 3-year-old, we took her to get a flu shot, rather get the shot and get a flu. juliet: you are not have a zero-year-old list 11 the day
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umbrellas, they are being held all over the city. liz: his bill held hostage in new jersey. juliet: name your child after me. ben: and more rights activists
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>> meteorologist: let's look at rainy rnc what is happening live at this very moment, show you what is going on with rainy it is out there but not in central and southern sections of new jersey endeavour the atlantic waters but it will make its way to the north as time goes on so bring the umbrellas out, you will need them for the majority of the day. if you are out this that this moment you will be out there for a short time, you can do what you have to real quick but most people are not. mostly cloudy sky at central park, 55, the dew points at 45 and looks like it is one of those gray days with rain coming through. how much rain to me get out of it is the question. as some point it did look like the rain was going to be pretty heavy, now looks that it will be on a letter to more moderate side as it works its way to the tristate region but a pretty solid day of rain fall even though it will be starting islam morning commute, we expect a decent amount of rain to work in a way through, this area of low pressure hugging the coast line
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and continuing to draw moisture of of the atlantic waters. we zadroka which is the tropical storm. at some decade was looking pretty potent but that cold front is going to keep that name out to sea said doesn't look like a big problem, may be single extra wave action, that is about in the future cast will see how much precip it brings us, light to moderate showers coming through, points in the afternoon we have more clout disguise and rain but there will be periods of rain throughout the day and it looks like the intensity picks up in the overnight hours for a little while. according to the latest future cast and then it stars to pull to the northeast by tomorrow morning, pulling away from us but there will be another followup from the passes through thursday so we have three days and row with some rain expected in the tristate and we need to play catch a too, we are and nine inches behind so we will take the rain we get today. in fact it would be appreciated, if we saw some heavier supply to produce 60 to 61 this afternoon
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with rain coming through and as we go through the next 7 days high of 61 tomorrow, showers early, another round of showers thursday, dry out for the weekend. weather apps at the apple in store, and find out what the rain is doing in your neighborhood, check it out. let's bring in ines to see what is going on with our commute this morning it is dry but later on. ines: nothing in long island, northern and southern state, new jersey checking in, bridgewater finance 78 and 287, let's look at your commute on staten island expressway, by a victory boulevard you are fine for verrazzano, ease the no issues westbound. as for the 59th street bridge, shouldn't be a problem, upper level moving fine, the brooklyn bridge looks good, all lanes closed on the manhattan bound brooklyn bridge.
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ben: thank you very much. see world says by the end of 2017 it will no longer put on killer whale shows at its theme park in san diego. that announcement after harsh criticism following the release of the documentary blackfish which focuses on the treatment of orcas in captivity. the company plans to offer different kind of experience focusing on conservation and killer whale behavior is and natural settings. right now the change is limited to see world san diego but that could expand. juliet: jose reyes in trouble with the law. duke will have the details. >> "good day early call" back in
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eat? >> meteorologist: exactly. i didn't eat enough for dinner yesterday. what ever. let's show you what we have. 55 degrees at central park right now, 54 noon, allentown syncing, 50 in bridgeport, the rain is working its way into the tristate region, little heavier over central and southern sections of new jersey, just now getting the air saturated with moisture which is what we're seeing none sky guardian of 3d but plenty of moisture and we expected decent amount of light to moderate with heavier pockets to come through starting during the morning commute, for folks to the south it has started but it will be picked point up for the rest of us as time goes on, temperature 61 for a high at 3:00 p.m. and as we go through the five days, and morning showers, on-again and off-again showers coming through thursday,
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friday and saturday looking and sunshine with coolidge temperatures, highs down to 54 saturday. >> another person -- >> i will come just before midnight. frozen berries i keep in my fridge. ben: frozen berries are good. ben: we are a very strange bunch here. the anti-dumping agency is accusing athletes of widespread drug cheating, the investigation found athletes, coaches plans and doctors participated in the scandal and now american runner alyssa montana from queens wants fifth place finish in the the did meter final from 2012 olympics upgraded to a bronze medal. says she disqualified two russian runners who finished ahead of her. >> i don't have any medals yet, but with the findings it looks promising and i'm very hopeful.
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recommended olympic officials [talking over each other] please from the summer olympics in real. reclaims of the dumping accusations are, quote, politically motivated. former new york matt jose reyes was arrested in hawaii, his wife told police the colorado rockies or stop granting by the neck and shoved her into a sliding glass door, she was reportedly treated in the e r for injuries to her thigh, neck and wrists. you arrested october of 31st on suspicion of abusing a family member. according to the tv station k h and ella, he could be the first player subject of baseball's major-league domestic violence policy which was agreed upon by the major league baseball and lb and the players association. in august he was reportedly free on bail. general manager sandy alderson at the annual meetings in florida this week, the team says he is undergoing unspecified medical procedure after suffering a fainting spell
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during a news conference at city feels. no indication the two are related. the mets would not comment on whether those situations where related. the mets said the procedure was originally scheduled for earlier doing their postseason run but was delayed when the team reached the world series cc sabathia will get a paycheck but that does not mean he will be in the starting rotation. the yankees are obligated to pay him a minimum of $30 million over the final two seasons of his contract but general manager brian cashman says the 35-year-old will have to earn a spot in the starting rotation. cc sabathia completed isn't about the hall rehab in rehab for alcohol abuse but the general manager says that is not binding decision. nick will be offered four weeks.
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injury before sunday's win over the jacksonville jaguars. and the jets will be at metlife stadium. we are watching rex ryan wright here. hills coach rex ryan picked up waivers, the day after the jets cut him in august of the incident. when asked about kicking him as a captain, he will only say he would make anyone captain that played for the jets, jets players called the move, quote, typical. first place giants again ready to face the patriots at metlife stadium. the giants' offense and defense case of last night but not against tom brady. this was in the kitchen for the taste of the giants event which raises money for and anti-poverty hunger relief group that affects the bragging rights for sunday's game. he is looking forward to serving
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