tv Good Day Wake Up FOX December 4, 2015 5:00am-6:00am EST
>> from fox 5 news this is "good day wake-up". juliet: good morning, at cereal lovers and other people. it is 5:00 friday, temperatures around 50 degrees today, not as ben: i thought yesterday was a nice day. juliet: audrey watching the forecast in telling us what the week looks like lou ben: more information about the shooters and the victims in the california at massacre. the big questions are the motive
juliet: we are learning about the death of scott wyland ben: we will tell you how much more your going to pay if you have an e past and also how much the truck's bed. it really is the definition of highway robbery. if you're in your cab watching us, they're wired up for everything. ben: highway robbery. ben: it doesn't shock me anymore. the morning, i am ben simmoneau. ben: i have some surprises up my sleeve.
frosted many weeds. ben: they are good. mightn't-year-old loves them. they iron not good to mix in with things like yogurt. ben: i think you could. all right, folks. we will have more discussion on serial. it is breakfast time for those on the early shift. right now we are at temperatures in the 30s and 40s the we dropped to 28 degrees in poughkeepsie, 43 in new york city, 35 in islip, 36 in bridgeport, the 9 down the shore in belmar and sussex at 42 degrees, let's head to westchester where we have 29 degrees, 38 in rochelle, 40 degrees this morning, in the bronx, 44, same number we are
same clouds being picked up by satellite, no moisture across the tristate area. we will stay dry and have mostly sunny conditions for us and much of the northeast, high pressure in control will set us up for a nice stretch of dry and clear whether through the next couple days so today's high 51 although a little chilly northwest, tomorrow 53, sunday looks really nice, sunny skies, 57, we will take good weather in to the beginning of next week or monday we start with sunshine and i of 54. let's see how you start with your commute this morning. juliet: track in queens. ben: fino issues, putnam county 84, 684, moving fine, let's look at the new jersey turnpike, the eastern spur a toll plaza. and that comes from the eastern
is an accident by the service area. as far as trains, it was -- i use mass-transit. >> families and friends, the san bernardino shooting, there are big questions that need to be answered. ben: authorities are looking, an act of terrorism. kerry drew following the situation this morning, she has the latest. kerry: trading wednesday and shooting as a potential terrorist acts, has not concluded that it was. new information about a married couple who killed 14 people and wounded 21 others, u.s. intelligence officials say it appears syed farouk who work for the county may have been radicalized by his wife, and we are hearing from one of the brave first responders.
carnage we were seeing, the number of people injured, already dead. at your panic on the face of this individual's. it needed to be safe. >> reporter: mike madden was one of the police officers on the scene of the mass shooting in county building syed farouk, u.s.-born citizen of pakistani descent and his wife entered the building firing at everyone in their path. the sheriff department released pictures of the weapons the couple used in the massacre, the san bernardino police chief said there were thousands of rounds of ammunition. >> three played bombs attached is remote-control car and it was designed that remote control
>> reporter: both died four hours later, in the county building, you can hear the gunshots as caught surrounded, fox news reporting federal investigators believe there's a possibility that the 20 radicalized husband. police confiscated computer is another things from their home to find out what motivated them to commit mass murder. >> it is possible this was terrorist related. we don't know. it is possible this was workplace related. >> reporter: new jersey governor and gop candidate chris christie says he believes it was terrorism. >> you don't go home and grab year and semi-automatic weapons to settle a dispute at work. that was a planned terrorist attack. >> reporter: the victims have been identified ranging in age from 66 to 60 years old and 12 worked for the county, they were enjoying a work holiday party
as for the couple responsible, during us search of the town house investigators found to buy bonds, hundreds of tools for making bombs and thousands of rounds of ammunition. authorities say it was a sign they may have been planning another attack. other items found in the town house included a computer, cellphone, music player and some drives all of which will be examined the. juliet: this can bernardine no shooting hit home for new york giants safety matt mary. one of his cousins was among those killed. he attended high school in california tweeted, quote, the true terror is this keeps on happening. he was the fifth round pick for the giants in 2014 and played in 16 games last season, he has been on injured reserve with a cast injury but one of his relatives killed in that massacre. ben: more americans have background checks to buy guns on black friday than any day on record according to data released by the fbi in this
the national criminal background check system process 185,345 requests on november 27th. the gun store owner on long island says more first-time gun users are coming into his store before. >> it is one in ten now. i am in business to do business but there's a difference between and blood money. it is sad that people feel this way within their own home. ben: previous fights happened after the sandy hook shooting in connecticut. juliet: scott weiland has died at the age of 48. juliet: they had the most iconic songs of the 90s. t m z reported he was found on his tour bus in minnesota.
to play a show at a concert venue. scott weiland battle substance abuse but no word on the official cause of his death. when the pilots rogan 2003, they eventually reunited in 2008, they might be reunited again. i remember talking about that recently, they did break up again officially in 2013, getting back together. ben: starting sunday at 3:00 a.m. new toll hikes will take effect. juliet: not like they're costing us a lot, yes they are. teresa priolo joins us from the george washington bridge with us. what are we looking at now? >> reporter: this really hurts. for all of those of us who live in new jersey, who need to to cross the hudson and get to the
morning, it is not my money, just take it, stop charging me so much. 3:00 a.m. sunday, a will cost you a good chunk of change more to get from this side to that side. as if we aren't already shelling out enough, jersey commuters told to dig deeper if we want to find ourselves in a new york state of mind, beginning sunday all cash tolls on all port authority crossings will increase by $1. easy pass rates go up $0.75 including the george washington bridge, gobbles bridge, but outer bridge crossing, the lincoln and mulholland tunnels. here is how it works down, easy pass users pay $9.75, and $11.70 bisons during peak hours, those rates will increase to $10.50 and $12.50 respectively, kasha is for over $14, that will
$15 per trip and there are additional increases for those who car pool, ride motorcycles and those taking advantage of staten island bridge discount easy pass plan. if you are a trucker whose vehicle has six axels or more brace yourself for impact, your cash toll will rise to $114 to $126 plus $21 per additional axle making your regular commute one of the most expensive in the country. like the fifth and final proposed by the port authority it is predicted hard earned cash will account for 36% of the authority's annual revenue in commuters will get improvements to the port authority bus terminal, a new gobbles bridge and much-needed renovation to the george washington bridge and calfs system. i mentioned this is the fifth
lot of jersey commuters are saying wait until the next proposed plan comes out, we are sure there will be another hike in that one but no one is saying that as of right now. that is the latest from fort lee, back to you in studio. ben: i will pay for you to cross the bridge one time. i will make this wager if you will that there will be another toll hike in two years. >> reporter: i agree but just to take your cash i will take you up on that. ben: arby allowed to wager the pain of a toll? juliet: you just did. juliet: i don't think anyone will bust us. ben: the best and worst kippers in new york city, we will tell you where they are. juliet: audrey watching the forecast. >> meteorologist: right now 43 degrees, high numbers mostly in the 40s, live mostly sunny skies
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arnold: 3, have you seen that lately? president obama and the first family flipped the switch on the national christmas tree. what they do is the tree is the spectacular. there was a star-studded gala held across the street across from the back lawn, constitution avenue. during this ceremony. the president took a moment to remember the victims of the san bernardino shooting. i am isn't for a few years. i got to tell you, i have something here, sharing is caring and i thought i would bring some cereal to share. you wear so stingy with your serial that you would not share with anybody. juliet: i share my food all the
look at that. it is funny fit use at that because guess what i did yesterday? i will take your golden grahams and raise you one cinnamon toast crunch which use it is your favorite. ben: i couldn't find it. juliet: i have come tea or rescue ending case you wanted extra for yourself i got one of these things. ben: i guess i will share with you because i am i give her. you were throwing a party and didn't invite us. but we got in a little tip because juliet had a couple golden grahams left and she wouldn't share. juliet: i am calling you know what on that. you had your grubby hands in my gordon grahams. in won't eat them, duke always will. he does everything. >> meteorologist: right now we are sitting with temperatures
like poughkeepsie checking in at 29 degrees this morning, monticello 36, 42 in sussex, 41 in newark, down the shore in belmar 39, central park 43, be bundled up as your head out the door because you don't feel the chill in the air, northeast readings in the 30s, albany and pittsburgh, buffalo 42, williamsport, things are relatively quiet across the northeast, we are under the influence of high pressure sitting to the southwest, a around the northern edge we are seeing northwest wind flow coming in which helped bring the drop in temperatures, cold air from canada sticking with us today but slowly we will see temperatures rise as we go further into the weekend. a look at future cast shows chris kyle is, a couple-clouds moseley's sunny and we expect more of the same saturday and even into sunday. that area of high pressure will keep us nice and dry through the weekend and we will take that good weather back into the
a high readings mostly where they should be for this time of year in the upper 40s to low 50s. above average readings across the area, clear and cold, those other raw numbers, it will be more like 20s and 30s across the area, tomorrow high of 53, 57 will feel nice sunday and the will be a nice start to the week monday and rain arrives late in the day tuesday. let's see how it looks on the roads. ines is here. ines: in westchester the tappan zee bridge is looking great, no problems on the thruway, either side of the bridge your commute through staten island, verrazzano bridge, upper level staten island wrapping the construction, the expressway is doing good. the new jersey turnpike eastern spur an accident south bound as you pass the toll plaza, you have that service road that accident blocking the left lane.
side not affected by that, george washington bridge upper level not a bad ride construction all wrapped up, any delays cleared away, upper lower-level looking good, same for the lincoln and holland tunnel, fdr drive, back to you. juliet: there's a new study, it details tipping habits of new yorkers across five burroughs. ben: lidia curanaj tells us who are the biggest cheapskates in the city. >> reporter: whether it is freezing cold, rain, sleet or snow, delivery people are out there in new york city rushing to get your order to your home as quickly as possible, their reward hopefully a good chip. >> i live by the rule of 20%. i don't go below $5. >> reporter: not everyone tips the delivery guy as well as those ladies according to a report published by the real-estate website street easy,
the study provided by seamless, online food delivery service. >> it is christmas time. >> where did the worst hit presiding manhattan? the well to do upper carnegie hill area. the average hit their 12.3% so where did best kickers live? they live outside the city in brooklyn and queens, the average kit there was 14.5%. >> the service industry or younger. >> reporter: patricia fitzpatrick is founder of the etiquette school of new york, she believes one of the main reasons upper east side is came up so stingy in the study, ignorance. >> people on the upper east side lived here for many years so i think they might not think about it. >> reporter: patricia says all wasted in cash, $4 or 15% whichever is greater and when you think about being tight-fisted remember your delivery personally makes about $5.65 an hour. >> reporter: if it takes a while it might not be their fault but if it takes a while it might because you didn't give the mean
>> reporter: that is food for thought. lidia curanaj, fox 5 news. >> reporter: i live in the gee neighborhood. >> reporter: you are decent. ben: i did 20%, i go up to 25 for good service but if i am at a sit-down restaurant where service is not good you have to earn the tip, i will do 15%. >> reporter: if we taught delivery service, delivery, not serving as the entire time, dropping things, if you are delivering in new york city were driving around is crazy city. should we give more? should it be 20%? tweet us@juliet huddy. what do you think? ben simmoneau. it serves you right for eating old people serial. a lot more coming up including disney die-hards looking for truelove, now you have a place to go.
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>> from fox 5 news's is "good day wake-up". ben: looking at a chilly start to the day, friday, temperatures in the low 50s, not bad for december. audrey has your complete weekend forecasts. juliet: we are learning about shooters in the california massacre and the massive amounts of weapons they had. could they have been planning another attack. ben: months after like changing surgery, it was a return you won't soon forget. juliet: years since bruce springsteen performed in new jersey, anna gilligan has this coming up. a great venue. ben: i am ben simmoneau. juliet: i am juliet huddy.
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>> meteorologist: it is 29 in poughkeepsie. 42 degrees, temperature at 39 chilly degrees this morning, bundle up as your head out the door, temperature pretty cool in north in new jersey with a lot of readings and the 40s, towards berkeley heights. you are checking in at 41 degrees, hoboken checking in at 43 in this morning, satellite radar shows mainly clear conditions, a couple i thin clouds but that is all we will see, it looks like much of the northeast will be relatively quiet. we are under the influence of high pressure be nice, dry, clear day across the region and at high pressure system will dominate our weather pattern for the next couple days setting gaza for a nice quiet weekend. plenty of sunshine across the area, temperatures average for this time of year mostly in the upper 40s to low 50s, tomorrow we warm up with plenty of sunshine, sunday looks nice, sunny skies, 57 expected in the
nice with sunny skies and a high of 54, next chance of rain in the afternoon through tuesday. let's see your morning commute, we will head over to ines. ines: a problem in new jersey but let's start with queens, no problems on the lie toward queens midtown tunnel, looking find. new jersey commute 70 to 287, problem on the new jersey turnpike eastern spur. let's take a look at the traffic southbound, they just reopened all lanes, this is past the toll plaza northbound, approaching 16, accident in the left lane cleared away, no delays left, problems with the trains, track maintenance causing service to run express from franklin, the rest of the trains on or close to schedule. gridlock alerts day. ben: we are learning more about the victims of the shootings in
juliet: a lot of questions remain, why did they do this? was this an act of terrorism? kerry drew joins us with the latest we don't have a definitive answer but look on facebook, social media, everyone's saying it wasn't terrorism -- >> reporter: the fbi is investigating this has potential terrorism. we are learning new details about the unmarried couple who killed 14 people and wounded 21 others. federal investigators tell fox news there is a possibility syed farouk might have been radicalized by his wife. investigators continue their search for answers we are hearing from one of the first responders who saw the unthinkable. >> it was unspeakable the carnage we were seeing, the number of people who were injured and unfortunately already dead. and pure panic on the face of
and meeting to be saved. >> reporter: lt. mike madden was one of the first police officers on the scene of the mass shooting in the county building in san bernardino, calif.. syed farouk, u.s.-born citizen of pakistani descent and his wife tashfeen malik barista into the building firing everyone in their paths. officials say syed farouk work for the county health department, sheriff released pictures of the weapons used in the massacre, the san bernardino police she says the pair had thousands of rounds of ammunition and pipe bombs. >> played on the tests together and attached the remote-control car and do was designed the remote-control device would somehow trigger or said the device off. >> reporter: both died four hours later in a shootout with police two miles from the county building, you can hear the gunshots as cops around there as you the. fox news is reporting federal
possibility that tashfeen malik radicalized her husband. authorities confiscated computers and other items from the home in efforts to figure out what motivated them to commit mass murder. >> it is possible that this was terrorists related but we don't know. it is also possible this was work place related. >> reporter: new jersey governor and gop presidential candidate chris christie says he believes it was terrorism. >> you don't go home and put on tactical gear and semi-automatic work. that was a planned terrorist attack, another intelligence failure. >> reporter: the victims were identified ranging in age from 26 to 60 years old, 12 worked for the county, they were all enjoying a work holiday party when they were killed. as for the couple responsible for the attack, u.s. official told fox news they met and got engaged after syed farouk traveled to saudi arabia in 2013. he went back the value to bring them to the u.s. they had a baby
they left the baby with his mother claiming they had doctor's appointment, we all know what happened next. ben: a lot more still to come on that story. a new push to prepare for a mass shooting in nassau county, purchasing high-powered rifles. officials announcing plans to enhance rifle training to help police that collective shooter and terror situations, the county purchased new in 400 swat rifles, they will be used by more than one hundred patrol officers and special unit divisions in the field. >> clearly the response to active shooter and best practices evolve with each instance the country faces and in nassau county we want to be
>> reporter: police held and i terror drills in the number of locations throughout the island. juliet: the deadly brooklyn explosion was intentional, attendant poured gasoline in the stairwell triggering of the blast. it happened in a three story building, officials thought it was caused by natural gas but reports say he had been evicted after a long battle with the landlord and set the fire as revenge, she was killed in the blast. another tenant was also killed. ben: some would call it highway robbery. juliet: it was a good one when the writers and using it. ben: let's be honest, it is terrible. juliet: bridge and tunnel tolls like we haven't forked over enough are going up once again. i feel like this just happened. ben: it did year ago. have these port authority people ever gone out west to
tolls on anything. they put tolls up when they built the bridge and when they've paid of the bridge they stopped charging tolls. juliet: teresa priolo joins us from the fort lee side of the george washington bridge. how much more will we be paying? >> reporter: is a lot. consider this. five years ago to cross this span when paying cash, costs $8. as of sunday it will be $15. this is the fifth and final and it has commuters in new jersey saying what more can we do for you? as if we aren't already shelling out enough this time of year jersey commuters being told to dig deeper if we want to find ourselves in a new york state of mind. beginning sunday all cash tolls on all port authority crossings will increase by $1.
including george washington bridge, the outer bridge crossing, lincoln and holland tunnels. here is how it breaks down, easy as users pay $9.75 off-peak and $11.75 during the hours, those rates will increase to $10.50, cash payers now for covert $14, sunday that will change to $15 per trip. there are additional increases for those who car pool, ride motorcycles and those taking advantage of the staten island bridge discount easy pass plan and give you are trucker whose vehicle has 36 axles for more brace yourself for impact, your cash toll will rise from $114 up to $126, plus $21 per additional acts making your regular commute one of the most expensive in the country. like the fifth and final proposed by the port authority,
cash will account for 36% of the authority's a new revenue in 2016. accost jersey commuters will get improvements to the port authority bus terminal, a new golf balls bridge and much-needed renovation to the george washington bridge and pass system. there are no plans at this point to put any additional future toll hikes in effect but we need to give the port authority time to figure that out and perhaps they will. the biggest gripe, certainly everyone can understand when you new jersey taxes are going down, pay checks are not going up but the toll hike keeps happening. at least guess is she. that is the latest from jersey. juliet: teresa priolo. will you be in hoboken tonight with me? >> reporter: potentially possibly. juliet: there will be some
hot place opening up, they brought in a for all of us but it is opening up in hoboken which is such a great town so we will be having some briskets delivered soon. ben: favorite disney song. juliet: bare necessities. ben: you don't have a single one? juliet: jim the list, you will find one. ben: how about a whole new world? juliet: nice. frozen's let it go. ben: that is a hard pass. there are a lot of good ones. right now let's talk about temperatures because they are chilly across the area, 29 is the current reading in
checking in at 36, 42 in sussex, 41 in liberty airport and belmar, checking in at 39 chilly degrees at this hour. we are bundled up today, we expect to stay pretty chilly so don't be fooled by the sunshine, we are expecting mostly sunny skies, once again it will feel cold across much of the region. across the northeast temperatures in the 30s and 40s from albany to philadelphia. philadelphia keeping us nice and dry, a few high clouds across the region but we expect most recent conditions with a high of 51 in the city, 53 tomorrow, 57 sunday, you can track the weather by downloading our weather apps myfoxny.com weather and find it free at your google play store and itunes store. ines is here. >> meteorologist: i was watching frozen last night. the commute, problems on the bridge into the bronx and
northbound, use the whitestone bridge as an alternate, staten island expressway doing fine but the verrazzano bridge upper level construction going on so all lanes closed, you have to use the lower level. let's look at the live by 106-one 07 doing fine eastbound and westbound, cross bronx in great shape. alexander hamilton bridge no delays, also no problems, bqe a little volume moving at the speed limit approaching the brooklyn bridge, all lanes closed on the manhattan brooklyn bridge. "good day" will be right back. dunkin's new sweet black pepper bacon sandwich, caramelized crispy pepper bacon. it's the bacon experience you've been waiting for. bacon up.
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were on the radio all the time. scott weiland battles substance abuse for years, no word on the cause of death. juliet: national racial and -- assuming the city of renewed salt rule, posting warnings on food loaded with sodium. the association claims the city is overstepping its authority but health officials say too much fault can lead to heart disease. ben: a new jersey boy returned to the court following a double lung transplant. juliet: this time last year josh fernandez could barely walk but now he is king of the court. if you note josh fernandez, you know this wasn't just any introduction. >> it is fund to be back. >> reporter: josh is 12 years old and this is the first time playing a basketball game not because he doesn't like basketball, he wanted to play
held him back. >> i told you, he would let him play. he would let him play three or four minutes. >> always part of the team, came to games with his uniform on and showed up at practice, he had oxygen, carried that in a knapsack. >> reporter: bosh needed new loans and in may his family got the call, with the help of ten first responders who were ready and a minute's notice, traveled to fill the fourth transplant that would save his life. >> transferred all the way. >> reporter: as young as he is josh had gone for a lot spending is like sitting on the sidelines not being able to do the kinds of things other kids do all the time but tonight was different. surrounded by his teammates, surrounded by friends and
him to the hospital that they josh played basketball and this time he did it on his own. >> done such a great job, you are proud of yourself. >> yes. >> reporter: when he came back we hoped he would be able to be the way he used to be a little bit but end ed up he is so much stronger, so much more actively part of the team than he ever was. >> to have him here alive, being able to do that is priceless. josh. a lot is thanks to a fund-raising page that has been set up to help with his recovery, breathing new life for josh. his team won tonight, 41-24. ben: a great story. wish him the best.
audrey, a chilly start across the tristate area. >> meteorologist: you need to be bundled up especially to the north where poughkeepsie is at 29 degrees, 36 in monticello, new york city, central park, 43 degrees, high pressure in control over the northeast, that will keep us nice and dry but northwest wind flow has brought in cold air across the region so we will experience chilly temperatures that will be a little bit average for this time of year. there are trails open to the northeast of us. we have eight trails open, invasive 6 to 12 inches. you head that direction if you want to get out on the skis. across our area 51, sunny skies, a 53 saturday, sunday a high of 57, last chance of rain tuesday afternoon. let's see what chances are for the commute is this morning. ines: gridlock alert day, construction on the verrazzano
in to staten island, let's go to our cameras and look at fdr drive, construction wraps up by 71st street so traffic, little volume as you head towards 71st but it will clear, northbound side no problems. as far as the 2-4 trains, track maintenance going on so they're running express northbound from franklin avenue to atlantic avenue, the rest of the trains grandma is so happy to be here for your very first christmas. i hear you' at waking people up in the morning. let me show you how grandma does it. he was a little boy. this is your dad at my house, where he had his first christmas. thanks for making the coffee. s up. i' m really glad you' re here mom. me too. s here! jill and kate use the same dishwasher.
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ben: we are back. juliet: anna gilligan has revealed the culprits. anna: greg came and hid it and there was, lot of running back to set. i think he is backing up. why is anyone upset? juliet: none of these people are focused. anna: no day. let's talk about bruce springsteen. bruce springsteen and the band
you could see that in person. an announcement reportedly went up on the prudential center web site that the boss will be performing on january 1st but was taken down but the formally announced later today. is supposed to be a shed that is heavy on the river which is getting release as a box set today. that would be good timing and charlie sheen's ex fiancee is now suing the actor. the first no legal case against the actor since he announced he was hiv-positive. she actually knew about his hiv status but in the lawsuit, she never would have been engaged in sexual relations with him hedging and his status, she didn't know initially, looks like she's the person who discovered his medication and she had an agreement to pay him
for assault, negligence and the emotional distress. he put a head on her ex-husband and to have an abortion after she became pregnant in 2014 because he was hiv-positive. his lawyer plans to vigorously defend the lawsuit. new game of thrones trailing gives us a hint about joan smith. >> the past is already written. the ink is dry. >> they have no idea what is going to happen. anna: bad things happen and not going to rewrite it including getting killed. what do you think? >> the last little guy, something going on. anna: they return in april.
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