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steve: fox 5's artyom gasparyan art is here now. reporter: in a way you could see everything to this point has been a warm-up, tomorrow is super tuesday, it represents most states going to polls in a single day. it has power to crown a nominee could one of the candidates looking pretty much invincible, everyone is trying to chip away. >> he is taller than me, that is why i don't understand why his hands are someone who is 5 had 5-2. reporter: donald trump continues to dominate republican field despite what would be considered a misstip, refusing to disavow on cnn support from the kkk and former leader david duke, later blaming a faulty earpiece. >> i don't think anything about david duke or what you are talking about with white supremacy.
with a bad earpiece. reporter: other candidates hammered away. >> donald trump had a $1 million court judgment entered against him for hiring illegal aliens to build trump tower. reporter: on democratic side, with hillary clinton ahead, attention of directed to the republican front-runner. >> if i were grading some of the republicans, you remember that little box that used to be on you're kids' report cards? play well with others? i would have to put a big no. reporter: with majority of super tuesday states in the southeast, many wonder if bernie sanders will have a strong enough showing to continue on to other parts of the country issue he has raid raised $40 million from donors. >> the american people believe that community working together, trumps selfishness.
comfortable margin in most of the super tuesday states, if that is how things shake out on election day it may be difficult for bernie sanders to catch up. reporter: we asked our expert about donald trump, he said nobody seem to be splitting off him because of the episodes, he said only thing that remains to be seen, donald trump could stand on fifth avenue, shoot someone get away with it is how strong that the support is. steve: every time, we say this election is like none before, this one for sure. weather could be a factor in tomorrow's voter turn out. dari: there are nasty storms in the south that could discourage people from going to the poll, nick with a look at what to expect for tomorrow. target. already seeing things unfolding here. a storm system that off to north, producing snow here in northern plain states, but as you get further south, this is
of thunderstorms here in oklahoma, these storms, will come more wide spread, will move across oklahoma, arkansas, louisiana. they are not part of it, but head to alabama, tennessee, they are part of super tuesday. forecast for bad weather, states with a problem. alabama with thunderstorm, potentially tornadic thunderstorms. severe weather. arkansas will have thunderstorms in the morning, then improving in the afternoon, georgia reverse, okay in morning then thunderstorm in afternoon to 70, tennessee a good bet for thunderstorms, to the northeast are in massachusetts and vermont, just chilly. minnesota cold in the 20s, oklahoma on other side of that front, they have quieter weather in 50s, and 60s, texas is mild. other super tuesday state and virginia, they will have a fair
temperatures in upper 60s, states with trouble will be tennessee, alabama, georgia, arkansas, they will see potential for a thunderstorm out of those alabama and maybe tennessee will be worst with highest threat of severe weather. steve: thank you, nick. even after days of criticism, new jersey governor chris christie reaffirming his support for donald trump as president, and hyping himself up a bit. >> i am the highest level endorser that donald trump had, i have had the most experience in government that is in his circle. as a result, that gives me credibility to make recommendations that suggests overtime. steve: radio call in show, krist said that trump has best chance of beating hillary clinton. christie ended his own campaign run this month but said he would future. dari: a federal judge in new york ruled that apple does not
iphone used in the brooklyn case. that adds to growing debate over balance of digital -- and private security. >> developing news in new jersey, a child of the shot tonight, by a stray bullet, the 7-year-old boy was hit in shoulder while in a home on rosa parks boulevard in paterson, in stable condition. >> a search-year-old girl was struck and killed in a hit-and-run accident. in new jersey. she was -- her way to school with her mom. when they were both hit by an suv, as they crossed 61st and van buren place in west new york, right now police are looking for a block chevy ta -- black chevy tahoe with chrome running boards. >> it is unfortunate accident.
of it. we need to find the guilty person. dari: authorities say that girl's mom was treated for nonlife-threatening injuries, they said that grief counselors will be at the girl's school to help her classmates cope with tragedy. steve: an arrest in a hit-and-run death of a off-duty officer, 35 year 0e8 -year-old mia -- mejia was charged. harrison died at the scene. >> emotional testimony from fox sportscaster erin andrews she broke down in tears on witness stand she recalled being as of pulling a publicity stunt when nude photos of her appeared on line. over recordings he made of her,
>> this happened every day in my life, i get a tweet or somebody makes a comment in the paper or someone sends me a still of the video to my twitter. so i am so embarrassed and so, shamed. shamed. dari: barrett spent 2 1/2 years in prison, and admitted to selling the video for money. steve: a look at how a situation gets off track. >> expensive, and slow. reporter: an expensive slow ride that is inconvenient sums up the way that railroaders described commute. >> it is only way to get to the city. reporter: lirr shows a 40%
last year since 2000. >> the reason i don't commute to work, it is why i work on long island now, i could not deal with the commute. reporter: the delay, crowded trains and platforms had people taking to social media, asking the governor to help, using hash tag, we deserve better. >> you have to squeeze in for people to commute. reporter: lirr spokesman said that many of the troubles are beyond their controls, including problem on amtrak owned tunnels and major weather events, they count on new projects, like a third track proposal. >> we're never satisfiesed with the numbers or performance anything less than 100%, does not give you any room to be satisfied. there is always you know efforts go on to figure out how to improve. reporter: some are hopeful for change, and would still choose
>> it is economical and is makes steph. >> it is convenient. reporter: project to cost more than $10 million,. dari: governor cuomo is urging feds to halt constructo a naturals go pipeline near indian point nuclear plant we would like a safety risk analyzed of the pipeline from would run from pennsylvania to new england. the assessments will look into shut down at plant that included alarm and power failures issue a transformer power and a radio active leak in the ground water. steve: a spokesperson in new jersey said that lead has been found in well water of a building that was defected at 100 -- detected at 100 madison avenue location last week, it is safe for cleaning, hand washing and bathing, there are no reports of anyone becoming sick.
restaurant chains to put salt warnings on their menus is on hold, a judge issued a temporary state, national restaurant association made the request that last week, after another judge upheld the right to fine restaurants with 15 or more locations up to 600 dollars if they do not comply, the city has until march 18 to respond. steve: actor george kennedy has died you probably remember him alongside less see well leslie nielsen in the airplane movies, george kennedy was 91 years old. i saw that picture, i know him. >> from record snow to record warn, a wild winter. dari: what does this mean for the coming spring? audrey puente up next with long range forecast.
steve: we've had some wild weather, a blizzard then not much else. dari: record snow, record cold record warm, audrey puente went to find out if the extremes are going to continue to the spring. reporter: what a winter it has been, record warm in november and december to record cold in february, january hosted a blizzard. that crippled tri-state area. it has been a signs of extremes, that was predicted last fall by meteorologist steven demar tino. >> in october we talked about winnie ter -- winter season. >> it has been working out well,
have been worse we have better blocking. reporter: hold back from springing to next season it will be a wait. >> now to spring, unfortunately it will take time for spring to come. because arctic air is not leaving soon, esessentially especially the beginning of march. reporter: because of the el nino. >> what happens in beginning of winter is that strats on fear was -- trats strats on fear was cold, that led to a december that was more line may, now on flip side, a, we'll have a delay in our string pattern. >> folks in nasa are also keeping a eye on el nino. >> never have we been able to monitor the large scale global events with tremendous detail
we're flying. so, this is provided a much deeper understanding in view of el nino, and so, these are exciting times for climate scientists. reporter: now that we know that atmosphere is churning will transition to a season, what about tri-state area? >> first thing, we'll see a lot of rain storms that will impact the area. area. >> la nina to develop near end of spring, hotter weather pattern arrive in end of may to early june with morad advance thunderstorm event. >> a lot of volatility associated with transition out of el nino. reporter: do you think we will see records broken. >> it is possible but i would like to august. for that type of scenario, even early september. rather than middle of summer in
reporter: buckle your weather seat belt that is middle of hurricane season that is also expected to be active. audrey puente, "fox 5 news." steve: okay microsoft betting on a new reality, will start shipping a developer version of augment -- hallow lens, lets users see 3-d objects in the real world, other hits a block out real one replace it with 360 degree universe, the device operates on windows 10 does not need to be connected to a ep a sep with the computer. dari: a cool way it free up that much needed space in your phone's photo library. a new app called, ice cream compresses the pictures sends full resolution version to your storage account in the cloud, the service is free you can download them at any time. you want.
photo on to get one that whole thing. world best tennis players in queens for u.s. open, this summer, national tennis center get a major makeover, new retrackable roof for ar arthur ash stadium, and new grandstands, it will be ready for this year's tournament opening day august 29. dari: if costume characters some new yorker say that are ruining times square may will be impacting broadway, lidia curanaj with why they are being blamed for slumping ticket sales these days. reporter: it is known as a cross role a crossroad of world many come to see bright lights and broadway shows. but now a survey by broadway league found ticket sales have dropped amopping among suburban ticket goers.
growing with international tourists, and domestic but suburban theater goer has dropped 33% in last 5 years. reporter: charlotte st. maarten president of broadway league, while cartoon characters, painted laids and large crowds can be a nuisance. >> i do business a lot up here, i try to avoid this area. reporter: st. maarten believes that the culprit is the congestion, caused by "25,000 pyramid" -- by the pedestrian plaza that started going up in 2010. >> serious construct when they started tearing up streets and sidewalks, or letting through streets be one lane is when you really saw the drop off. reporter: construction can be frustrated this new york said that times square accounting worse. >> i watch the movie taxi driver
it was awful. reporter: mayor de blasio was asked about the ticket sales dropping he acknowledged it he wanted to point out increase present of nypd. he also said that constructed on the plazas will be done die by next year. lidia curanaj, "fox 5 news." steve: okay, taking popular songs to something different. dari: oyeah. steve: to crazy. dari: a look at new trend on social media. steve: everything is getting backlash. all right did you see how much weight sam smith lost. singer turned heads at oscar red carpet, what we're learning about how he did it.
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reporter: but when this happened to beyonce's song, and rihanna song, some folks. >> black african-americans articulate being co-opted by all people. reporter: respond has been hash tag trap covers all over twitter, songs by white artists, downloaded on that trap beat, does the beatle's hey jude sound familiar? >> do you know what trap music is. >> no. >> never hear of trap music. >> no. >> guy like future, fedy fetty wap, trap music is climbs charts, a guy with cross over appeal is
i'm back and i'm better note >> to the main stream over last 5 years, now it has become pretty much pop music, it is amazing to think it became from southern spring club culture. reporter: that brings back to trap covers, recognize be-- bo bo-- bohemian rob rhapsody? >> i think they are fun. >> something new, trap covers, taking something back, you be the judge. steve: it is ash mazing when you hear a song you know so well done different.
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voter look for in a candidate. we head to central park to talk to women about all ages about ha matters. >> i don't know where middle class has gone. reporter: robin is 42, married, raising an 8-year-old daughter. >> honesty is important. >> yes. but in these political battless it is so hard to determine what is honest and not. reporter: she is 18, vote first time. >> hopefully i pick a candidate that will be true to their word. reporter: shannon is 37-year-old schoolteacher, struggling to make ends meet. >> my husband and i pay a huge rate for health care, that with our school district contributing. >> all wim i talk -- women i talked too were either conservative or liberal, they said gender did not play a role in who they vote for. >> there is a lot of pressure
>> do you think that campaign has gotten nasty? definitely, i wish that was know the way it is. reporter: martha is 62, a mother and grandmother cannot remember a campaign this ugly. >> too much squabbling. reporter: elisa is 24. >> there could be more discussion of actual issues. reporter: come election day, what will help them choose? >> somebody who takes a pragmatic approach, and will listen to all sides of the story. >> the environment. and well being of my people, the economy, raising up minimum wage, making things better. steve: they heard something in supreme court today, they have not heard in 10 years, justice clarence thomas' voice. last time he spoke in court was 2006, he said he realizes on
opinion, some speculated that thomas may have spoken up to take mantle of fellow conservative justice scalia two month. dari: a college student had to make a humiliating apology in north korea, he was arrested last month accused of stealing a nittal sign from a hotel, university of verge verge virginia had to admit what he did to cameras from over the world. >> i have been very impressed by the korean government humanitarian treatment of severe criminals like myself. i committed my crime, aimed at harming the work ethic and motivation of korean people. dari: white house say they are aware he is detained.
nation's highest military honor today for helping rescue an american hostage in afghanistan, president obama presents medal of honor at ed yard edward biers jr. >> he was an american hero, a hero of that operation. he was killed during that operation, he died a warriors. he died to bring back another american. i believe your nationos him a debt of gratitude. steve: biers is 6th navy seal to receive medal of honor, first living one since vietnam. dari: some people think it is rude. others do it all the time. >> quite lively conversation, never ending back and forth of reclining recline your seat on the plane. >> a new plan to make it less of a thing.
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dari: singer sam smith appearance at oscars, created a lot of buzz. steve: he rocked red carpet looking a lot trimmer than people remember. people want to know how he did it, we sent lidia curanaj to find out his secrets. reporter: his smooth rendition of title song from latest bond movie earned smith a cac academy award. >> i stan here tonight as a proud gay man. i hope we can stand together as equals one day. reporter: all eyes were on his new waistline or lack there of. this is how we remember sam smith, when he first blew up on the music scene, justs handsome several pounds heavier, he
he is down 50 pounds, and diet focuses on organic vegetables and healthy proteins. >> losing 14 pounds in two weeks, seems very intense. reporter: lisa is a ceo and founding dietic ic for new york group, she said it is a common sense approach to weight loss. >> diet can be similar to paleodiet, . >> he has not been exercising as much as we was, he is keeping weight off by quote not eating like a pig. >> you find that happy plant, and that happy weight you with sustain long-term. reporter: with a voice like
for a long time, lidia curanaj, "fox 5 news." steve: incredible. dari: yeah. steve: on a plane every inch is precious, especially if you are flying far. dari: is it accept to recline your seat, we look at this long-standing debate. steve: sometimes your dog needs braces, the puppy showing off his dental work, that has everyone aflutter in social alright guys. i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table. that'
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it was, spring preview, march 1 is spring meteor logically speaking. steve: optimistic. nick: i think the end of the week it will still be cold. but today nice as you said. dari: 61, it was great. not bad now, you are feeling a chill now temperatures in 40s and 30s tonight in city, about 30 in northern western suburbs. average is 31 31 low. should be a nice sunrise. a quick moving band came through this morning issue 48 now. humidity not too bad. the sky is now clear, some
with clear sky fox 5 sky guardian is not show anything precipitation. we'll see cloud covers, a weak cool front slides down across the area. belmar at 63. and low 50s inest east end, we're now in upper 40s from city on east. to montauk at 49, 45 at jersey shore. 42 sussic, sussex 39 in machine monticello, 35 in allentown. you can see where cold air lies, buffalo 25, on the move, we're 54 in washington d.c., cloud cover marking that front trying to move down across the area, bigger picture show that better. front pretty much right about in this position, next weather
time we get to later tomorrow night, and wednesday morning. moving fast, some sunshine most of the day tomorrow, out of thirsts in morning 42 at lunchtime, and all day to get to high of 46. we stay in mid 40s tomorrow night, maybe rise to low 50s wednesday morning. future cast, the system to west, watch the quick hit of rain tomorrow night, out of here by late wednesday morning. back to sun in afternoon, windy day, and wednesday's high in lower 50, then colder after that. thursday, friday will be cold. clouds tonight 38 in city, 30 to 35 in north and west. and we'll see sun with some shrouds tomorrow at 46 for high tomorrow. seven day, up we go to lower 50s width morning, rain later tomorrow night, eping about 10:00 a.m., then sun, windy, breezy thursday, 35. system to south needs to be watched for friday issue right now snow showers but we'll see if it gets closer, saturday 40,
morning a shot of snow showers, we'll be back to 47 monday. steve: that is march 7 day, i could see that from a mile away. dari: you are a pilot. on a commercial flight in couch is it rude it recline. >> no. steve: a lot of people thought that way, some people think when your are back it is inconsiderate others say it is normal nick weighed in. reporter: now this senator chuck schumer asked faa to give us more leg room, does that mean we don't have to deal with people reclining into our lap, what are rules of reclining anyway. >> lean back. reporter: not so fast, not a lot of room back here. >> just don't jam it all way on my.
rules for reclining your seats? >> do you know what they. >> maybe not spelled out for us. with reclining your seat according to travel expert, maybe we could show common court courtesy. >> i think it okay if you ask first, politeness can get you the long way, airline put us in this tense situation where small acted you do can enrage the person behind you, , that is not your feal or fall or their fault, the airlines have made the seats too close. >> i do ask if it is okay, it is a little bit tight. reporter: so bad that one company came out with a device, the knee definder that jams it to 57's say person's see the
seats in front of you so they can't recline. >> use etiquette on the plane, just ask. reporter: you ask? >> yes, and i look at 57, person, someone with long legs, it is no but if a little kid, i let it go. reporter: with seating space, legislators don't have a lot of time to put up their might, the deadline to consider adding attract room is march 31. steve: move over lebron james. dari: seth curry is the biggest thing in basketball right now. >> i am ines rosales with toyota
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that ul be silly because lebron james very much alive. but right now there is a new king in nba, his name is steven steve curey. the league's reigning mvp. curry, 46 points while tying a single game record with 12 three-pointers, and number 12 was show stopper. a game winning bullseye from 32 feet away. with .6 seconds left in overtime, he came up with that magnificent performance by coming off a 51 point game against the orlando magic just two nights before he would nail 10 three-pointers. that makes 22 in two games given him 288 three-pointers for the season, breaking his own nba record, that is with still 24 games left to be played in the
and really, what makes curry so special he has all right moves dig it the right way on and off the court. now one night say he is kind of like baseball's derrick jeter, the whole package but there is a difference as great as derek was, and he is a first bet hall of .maim famer, curry, is was he. right at this moment he is the very best player in the nba, king lebron james is not pass the mantle to stephan, he has taken it that is by no means a knock on lebron james. but king curry is av averaging 31
and his warriors on with a by popping record 53-5, when east meets west for nba championship we want it to be warriors and cavaliers that would be special but, the road to the finals is easier for the cavs than for the warriors, we'll have to see how it plays out much on ice, gardens. rangers over blue jackets. steve: amazing. >> yep. >> all right, well, braces are not just for teenagers. dari: the dogs need help with their smile as well. steve: a good boy. >> puppy from michigan. his owner moller mollie said his adult teeth were coming in wrong, he could not close his mouth, and was losing weight, mollie's dad
wesley withdrawing braces, so cute. steve: they are cute when you don't pay there are them. dari: his smile, he will wear them for a few weeks, they will be straight ended. adorable. >> a golden. nick: i had no idea there were doggy braces. dari: i did not either. steve: i can't imagine what they would -- dari: i am sure they will push those soon. nick: i bet they will.
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or leonard's gym membership. we're not kicking him out. stuart and i have become good friends. okay, one vote for, one vote against. the tiebreaker. with stuart. a 20% discount at his comic book store. well, i don't sell my friendship that cheaply. i can go 30. welcome aboard, old chum. okay, the nasa web site says howard's final descent has begun. he left a boy, he returns a boy-sized hero. (wolowitz screaming) (loud rumbling) loops, calm down! baruch atah, adonai, eloheinu melech haolam, hamotzi lechem min haaretz... what's that? the jewish prayer for eating bread! (laughs): we don't have one for falling out of space! (booming) (gasps) (rumbling stops)