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>> i'm antwan lewis. the rain is falling and so are the temperatures. >> everyone kept their umbrellas and winter coats close by. >> let's get right to audrey puente who has the latest on our forecast. >> good evening, and you're right, we are in store for a very cold evening across the tristate area. right now we're experiencing a wet one. a look at our radar shows rain showers across much of the area, although some are relatively light, and they've broken up across new jersey at the moment. we did experience some snow earlier today too across the higher elevations moving into portions of northern new jersey here, and it looks like the rain is continuing across long island and across connecticut and portions of new jersey. closing in on a few locations, the steadiest rainfalls occurring across central portions of missouri. things appear to be just rain across much of the area with snow being held up towards sussex and warren counties.
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rain falling across portions of connecticut, long island's been rain-soaked all day long x that will continue over the next couple of hours as things gradually taper off as we go from west to east over the next few hours across the tristate area. things will begin to get a little dryer. we do expect temperatures to take a big drop. a freeze warning has been issued for the counties shaded in blue, and this starts later on this evening and will run through 10 p.m. tomorrow morning. temperatures mostly in the 30s and 40s, but later on we're expecting them to drop in the teens like in monticello and sussex. over to you. >> thanks so much. >> donald trump visited the 9/11 memorial today, but he left before taking any questions or even addressing the public. >> very, very bizarre. soon after the daily news published a report questioning his commitment to 9/11 relief. >> fox 5's joe tuohey joins now to explain. >> the day started off when
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donald trump's traveling press corps were invited to trump tower to cover a to-be-announced event, and that ended up being trump's first-ever trip to the 9/11 memorial. but how the rest of the day unfolded was the rest of the story. these are all the pictures we have. posted by visitors to the museum, not the news media invited to cover the event. reporters were originally told the billionaire would answer questions after the visit, but when trump left the museum, he got in the motorcade, drove past the waiting reporters, and the press gaggle became officially canceled. this afternoon a new report from the new york daily news claiming that trump hasn't given money to 9/11 victims. the daily news reported, quote with: the billionaire's charitable foundation has not made a single substantial donation to any 9/11-related nonprofit groups that have aided survivors, rescue workers and the families of the first responders who gave their lives after the devastating terror attacks. but trump did accept $150,000
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program meant to assist small businesses affected by 9/11. the september 11th attacks, something trump brings up regularly on the campaign trail. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautiful any, more humanely than new york. >> the trump campaign pushed back hard against the daily news report. when reached for comment, hope hicks pointed us to a statement given to the daily mail in november which says: mr. trump has donated close to half a million dollars to organizations as a result of the 9/11 tragedy including the american red cross and the marine corps law enforcement fund. in addition to a total of $102 million donated to hundreds of charitable foundations over a relatively short period of time, many of which helped people affected by 9/11. on top of that back and forth, i reached out to museum spokesman frieking frazier -- michael frazier, he told me today donald trump donated $100,000 to the museum.
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you go down there and then you're corralled in the van. >> great time with the other reporters. not exactly what i expected with the early morning call, but a good time. >> i can only imagine the language. [laughter] >> yeah. the national reporters were not too happy. >> never know what to expect with trump. always a surprise. thanks. >> in the meantime, john kasich is crisscrossing the state tonight. >> he went to rochester and new rochelle. he talked about his plan that would put lower tax burdens on smaller businesses and making the economy stronger. >> we have to cut taxes so people have power in their pockets and small businesses are helped to be able to grow and invest. and, frankly, you get the regulations going, you get the taxes down, and you have fiscal sanity, and you have a healthy economy. >> right now governor kasich is making a stop in pearl river in rockland county. >> senator ted cruz is out west
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keynote address at the colorado republican convention where he's delegates. weekend. he's focusing on closing the gap between himself and front-runner or donald trump, holding nothing back. >> donald trump has been supporting liberal democratic politicians for 40 years. i have no experience with that. >> cruz will be in las vegas tonight to deliver a speech to the republican jewish coalition. >> on the democratic side, it's been a busy day for bernie sanders. he's toured three out of five boroughs, now at his last stop on the tour. >> ending his day at the apollo theater in harlem. >> that's where jessica formosa joins us with more. >> the brooklyn-born presidential hopeful had a busy agenda today. as you know, he's been in new york campaigning trying to get those votes because the new york primary is in just a few days. now, he's ending today here at the apollo theater. we have seen a lot of supporters go inside.
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town hall meeting talking to his supporters about what they want to hear. this event is just getting started now at 6:00, and it's called community conversation. the talk tonight, criminal justice. spike lee is the moderator and sitting on the panel, eric garner's daughter among others. >> i don't think identify heard anything that's -- i've heard anything that's been super loud, but i think the people here are excited. i think he could probably play it up more. >> it started at six this evening, but despite the cold weather and rain, supporters lined up hours before to support who they say will be the next president. >> i want somebody progressive. i don't want the same status quo with hillary clinton. i don't believe she's for the people, with the people. i think it's a big farce. >> he has a plan to take the political power of this country out of the hands of billionaires and put it into the hands of everyday people. >> the vermont senator made a few other stops. he was at laguardia performing arts center in long island city,
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community college where he told supporters if he wins in new york, it will be a huge step forward for his campaign. he was also in university height ands at the united palace in washington heights where he told a crowd of voters just how far his campaign has come. >> the polling that we're seeing right here in new york state, we were a few weeks ago 20, 30 points behind, i think last fall had us 10 points behind -- last poll had us 10 points behind. [cheers and applause] california we were 6 points behind, pennsylvania, 6, 7 points. in all of these instances the gaps are closing and closing and closing. >> it was a good day for the bernie campaign not only because they drew crowds everywhere they went today, but also because he won the caucus in wyoming. that means every time he wins from now on every state that he picks up just means that he's getting closer to beating hillary clinton. next is our state here in new york, the primary will be held on april 19th.
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ernie -- sorry, antwan and christina, back to you in the studio. >> thanks, jess. >> hillary clinton continuing to stump in the city as well. >> pleating with supporters in sunset park, brooklyn, discussing issues. the democratic candidate talked about her plans to break down barriers that hold minorities back. she also said she was very impressed when governor cuomo signed the $15 minimum wage into law. >> you have people who are dedicated, working. you build the coalition, you get elected officials onboard, start doing the hard work about what are the necessary trade-offs and everything. i was thrilled to be there. >> clinton will be back in brooklyn tomorrow. >> now in the past few elections, new york didn't matter. this time we're kind of a big deal. >> fox 5's dan bowans met some people who didn't think the candidates would make it to the big apple. >> this is absolutely the most important primary in my generation, maybe my lifetime in new york. >> i would really like people to use their voice, and whoever
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turn out and do their thing. >> new york could not be fronter and centerrer in presidential politics, and that's tremendously exciting. >> if you couldn't tell, liz ritter is on team hillary. >> my future with hillary is so bright, i got to wear shades. >>al volunteering for clinton in iowa and south carolina, she's now helping at the new campaign office in upper manhattan. she never expected this race would make it this far. >> i certainly didn't expect for the campaign to still be, you know, really relevant in this state. >> i've never gotten involved in a political campaign, and i'm just putting everything into it. >> deb sullivan is feeling the bern, saying it's about time the big apple plays a big role in choosing the nominee. >> one vote per person, that's the point of democracy, so it's imperative that we vote and get involved. [cheers and applause] >> on both sides of the aisle,
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primary the first time since 1976. the early phases of the presidential race matter here. >> it's an outdated process because iowa does not really represent the vastness of america. new york is really where it's at. >> the thing is, campaigning in the five boroughs seems a bit up familiar for some candidates. the former secking tear of state had a -- secretary of state had a hard time swiping her metro card. senator sanders thought we still use tokens. and then there was governor kasich and the pizza fork, such a tourist move. >> there's just an invigoration that people have. >> still, voters like marshall douglas are ready to look past those flashy headlines. he's lived in the same washington heights apartment for 30 years, waiting a long time to cast this vote. >> not like this. the country's at a turning point, it's at a cusp. >> yeah. >> we're either going to, like, get past this, or we're going to crash and burn. >> new york, crashing the primary party.
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>> interesting. [laughter] >> a glass of wine can make you happy, sleepy or even sad. >> but what happens after a couple more glasses of wine? well, one artist found out. >> and a new trend is taking the guilt out of having multiple baby showers. >> also how a cry for help helped save the lives of some sailors when we come back. the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can' t even imagine. that' s the job. and she' s the one who' s proven she can get it done. securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against the abuse of women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children. the presidency is the toughest job in the world and she' s the one who' ll make a real difference for you. i' m hillary clinton and i approve
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>> you're watching fox 5 news at 6. >> belgian prosecutors charged four more suspects with participating in terrorist acts linked to the deadly suicide bombings in brussels. that includes mohamed abrini who confessed to being the hat-wearing man whose video image had been widely circulated. authorities had been searching nearly three weeks for the so-called man in the hat. he was also wanted in connection with the attacks in paris that killed 130 people last november. >> well, three fdny firefighters went from the bar to behind the bar at yesterday's home opening
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michael, john and anthony were arrested after getting into a brawl with another man. now, the altercation happened inside mcfadden's restaurant at citi field. the three are facing a variety of charges including assault and disorderly conduct. the victim was treated at a new york hospital in queens for bruising and swelling to his lip as well as his face. an historic landing for the unmanned spacex rocket. >> landing gear deployed. >> it landed on a barge at sea after four previous attempts failed. the rocket had completed a one-day mission sending supplies and an inflatable room to the international space station. it was the first shipment in nearly a sheer. spacex successfully landed a rocket in december. >> so we've been talking about the weather outside, you know, thest really, really dropping, the temps and everything.
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>> looks like we are going to see freezing conditions tonight, folks. temperatures dropping below the freezing mark, so any wet surfaces left across the area this evening could freeze over, so black ice could be an issue during the overnight hours and very early tomorrow. let's talk about today though, numbers definitely below average for this time of year. we only hit a high of 43 in central park. normally we should be close to 60. doesn't look like we're going to get there this weekend. we did get a trace of snowfall in the wee hours of the morning, but it was predominantly a day filled with light rain showers, and that was the case across most of the region, the exception were the higher elevations across northern new jersey as well as towards the hudson valley. high numbers mostly in the 40s and 30s across parts of the area, so everyone was below average for this time of year. right now we're at 36 in sussex, 46 up in towards poughkeepsie, upper 30s towards islip, and newark liberty airport is
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most of the precipitation is resulting in rain rather than snow across the region. these numbers, definitely cooler than yesterday, and we've had a bit of a brize coming in out of the north to northeast, and that's going to pick up in speed through the next 24 hours. factor in that current light wind with the current temperatures, and it's feeling like the 20s for the wind chill up towards monticello. it's feeling like near the freezing mark in central park as well as towards newark and feeling like the 30s across much of long island at this hour. we have an area of low pressure just towards our southeast here. it will be exiting off to the northeast as we go through the next several hours, so gradually the precipitation will move out and taper off as we go into the evening tonight. tomorrow we will be seeing the sun break through, and the temperatures will stay pretty cold through the second half of our weekend. the rain will be moving out. tomorrow we'll wake up with plenty of sunshine, but it's going to be a cold start tomorrow with some of the readings in the teens north and west.
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a few clouds filtering in, but overall we should stay dry until our next rainmaker comes in x that will bring us into the beginning of the week. and it's actually going to stay a little unsettled as we go into next week, and we'll see a fluctuation in temperatures. for tonight temperatures really drop off. it'll be very cold once the rain and snow tapers off, and it looks like our winds will gust to about 25 miles per hour by tomorrow. sunny start tomorrow, clouds in the afternoon, but it'll be windy, and it will feel cold even though temperatures will be in the 40s. you want to bundle up because with that wind, it'll make it even colder. next week it looks like we'll see -- actually, you know what? this is a day off. coming up i'll adjust that for you. if you can add a day, you'll see that the rain actually arrives on monday, not tomorrow, and looks like we get a little milder towards the middle part of next week. there is hope on the horizon. >> if it gets here sooner, it'll leave sooner. yeah, we like that. [laughter] >> exactly. >> at least we hope.
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>> quick-thinking castaways are back where they belong tonight. >> the sailors were stranded on a remote, uninhabited pacific island for three days after their small boat took a large wave and capsized. you think gilligan's island? search crews spotted the men, and all three sailors were rescued. home sweet home. >> restaurant owners return to their jersey roots to bring their culinary dreams to life. >> plus, the boxing legend who's
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>> a restaurant in upper montclair, new jersey, is sticking to its hometown roots. >> in this edition of the dish, carrie drew introduces us to tutor and the wolf. -- turtle and the wolf. >> for chef lauren, opening his first restaurant, turtle and the wolf, in his hometown of montclair last fall was like coming home. >> it's nice to have that familiarity and say, like, i've come full circle, and this is where it started, and this is where i'm at now. >> it was an idea lauren and his best friend and co-owner came up with years ago when they were cooking in college. >> i don't know if we necessarily knew at the time that, you know, we'd end up opening a restaurant. it was definitely the start of
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over a beer a couple of years ago he was like, hey, we talked about this a long time ago, and he was, like, let's start really considering, like, doing it. and we kind of stumbled upon this space and went for it. >> everything about the place celebrates upper montclair from the name which references the history of the town to the art on the wall. >> this is a local artist, his name is tom nussbaum, and they said it was a great first date wall because if things get awkward, you can always point out an interesting piece and start a conversation that way. >> or the conversation might turn to the food. >> i just really love the home cooked nature of a lot of food that is southern. it's just kind of being with family, being with friends, being at home at the stove and kind of having that comfort. >> loren's favorite dish is the shrimp and grits. to make it, loren first starts with shrimp stock. >> we make that by roasting off some whole shrimp and then add some vegetables, carrot, celery,
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let that all roast together, add some tomatoes, white wine, brandy and then some chicken stock to give it some body. we let it simmer for about 20, 25 minutes, get all the flavors together. that's going to be the sauce for the dish. >> next, on to the greater number of witnesses. >> here we've -- grits. >> we've taken some white grits, cooked them with water, added some butter and cream to make them nice and creamy. >> then loren poaches an egg and gets to work. >> essentially, a basque dish from the basque region in spain. essentially, stewed bell peppers with some tomatoes, onion and garlic. >> for extra flavor, he flies up some peppers, then cooks the shrimp in the shrimp stock. when everything is ready, loren plates the dish, layering the ingredients to create a complex mix of color, flavor and
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>> key is you've got to try to get a little bit of everything on one bite. >> yum. this is, this is a winner. the shrimp and grits gets high marks from new customers and old friends. >> a lot of my friends come in, have the shrimp and grits, and i end up -- because we have the open kitchen -- high-fives and thumbs up. it's cool to see that immediate gratification. people call and say, hey, man, i haven't seen you in 15 years. we used to play hockey together. >> a former montclair hockey player now scoring in the kitchen. for the dish, i'm carrie drew. >> it is never too early for kids to learn about saving money, so pwc hosted its third annual financial literacy month event in midtown. nfl veteran mike adams was there teaching children how to budget and save for the future. kids learn lifelong money
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a crash course in avoiding debt. >> very nice. >> all right. that's a spa in soho that offered the perfect way to relief -- relieve stress. >> cat cuddling service as a way to chill out. it was also a chance for people to keep the calm going by adopting the cats for on $10. >> that's a bargain. one glass, two glasses, three glasses? >> we'll see the effect that a few dallas glasses of wine has on your facial expression. plus menstrual cramps. the fight to add the monthly disorder as a qualifying condition for medical marijuana patients. christina was supposed to read that. [laughter] >> clearly. it was meant for you. [laughter] all right, folks, radar showing we still have rain across the area, but it is coming to an end. i'll let you the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can' t even imagine.
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and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. >> you're watching fox 5 news at 6. >> it's been a busy saturday on the campaign trail with many of the candidates stumping the five boroughs. >> the campaign commercials are becoming much more intense. >> but who are the ads aimed at? stacey delikat looks at who the ads are trying to target. >> i'm hillary hillary clinton, and i approved this message. >> john kasich has an ad going
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new york values, but the majority of ads on local stations are from the democrats as the battle between hillary clinton and bernie sanders heats up. both candidates clearly trying to appeal to new yorkers, and in a couple of spots, the black lives matter movement. >> trayvon martin -- >> shot to death. >> don today hamilton -- >> clinton's ad is narrated by actor morgan freeman and shows her speaking up for victims of police brutality. >> makes the fight for justice her own. >> i got to see my dad die on national tv. >> and in this ad, eric garner's daughter gives a moving endorsement of sanders. >> i believe bernie sanders is a protester. he's not scared. >> i think that's a really strong gamble in terms of bernie really sort of going after hillary's try asked true base of african-americans. but it's a very powerful ad. >> ad week's executive editor, james cooper, says the spots are successful at tapping into emotion. >> the best political
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to do one thing, activate people to get up and vote. and usually the best motivator of that is emotion. >> but will ads like these be enough to win over undecided voters? >> if you're an african-american person and who is this guy bernie sanders, this 80-year-old guy with white hair, who the hell is he, you see an ad with erica, his daughter, and it might affect you, and you might say this guy is on my side. you might. >> jimmy siegel has worked on campaigns including hillary's 2008 run. >> they're good ads if they grab your anticipation, if they evoke an emotion, if they speak to you. then they can work. >> whether or not the ads translate to votes, expect to see more and more of them as we get closer to april 19th and the candidates -- especially the democrats -- fight it out for each and every vote. >> in midtown, i'm stacy stacey delikat, fox 5 news. >> women in new jersey may be
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to help ease menstrual cramps. medical issues affecting women have been down played for far too long, leaving many to suffer silently from the cramps. under current new jersey law, marijuana is approved to treat conditions like multiple sclerosis, terminal cancer and muscular dystrophy. >> it was a big day for dozens of boys and girls between 6-10 auditioning in brooklyn heights for one of the most prominent ballet academies in the u.s. the selected children will begin classes at lincoln center's headquarters this fall. decades in the ring haven't slowed down this hard-nosed boxing trainer. >> don't just draw hem for the sake of drawing them. >> we hear about his home grown staten island roots. >> janet jackson is pressing
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>> a boxing trainer who's taught the best knows there's life beyond the ring. >> russ salzburg introduces us to boxing legend teddy atlas. >> good. there you go. that's very good. waiting fur me to catch up -- for me to catch up, doesn't it make sense to stay ahead of me? >> for teddy atlas, one of the most respected trainers in boxing, it doesn't matter if he's in the ring teaching kids -- >> much better. i'm not hitting you with the left hook.
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>> -- or working the corner in a championship fight -- >> the heat doesn't bother us! we live in the heat. >> the sport of boxing is known as the sweet science, but for teddy, it's a very, very serious business. >> there's a danger element to it. i mean, you could go merchandise that ring and come -- inside that ring and come out with less of yourself than you went in there with. it's a tough business. you better be serious about it. you better have boundaries. you better have rules and laws about how you prepare for it. don't just throw 'em for the sake of throwing 'em. >> teddy atlas has prepared fighters all over the world with great success, guiding michael maurer to the heavyweight title and on april 9th his current champ, timothy bradley, swear square -- squares off against manny pacquiao. but despite all his success, teddy remains grounded to his staten island roots. >> a lot of people forget where
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it's very important to you not to forget. >> this is where i grew up, you know? this is where my father's from, my mother's from. this is where all the memories are. you know? and people that i care about. and you've got to show 'em that you care about them. you know? you come back, and you let 'em know. we try to help people, and it's important to help people, isn't it? >> teddy learned all about caring from his late father, a staten island doctor who treated those in immediate for free because, as he would tell his son, these people shouldn't fall through the cracks. in his honor 20 years ark teddy created the dr. theodore atlas foundation. >> it's our privilege to be able to come back to a place that you love and maybe help just a little bit. it's a good thing. >> yeah, but you help a lot. >> a little bit. a little bit. a little bit. >> helping kids have their lives pointed in the right direction is a top priority of the foundation.
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boxing gyms, two in his hometown of staten island, one in brooklyn. >> we teach kids to be in control of themselves. we teach kids to have pride about themselves. some of these kids, they have no reason to have pride about themselves. boxing can be used, and we use boxing. i'm not ashamed to say it. we use it as a tool to get the kids to care about themselves. good. to be responsible for themselves. you can't be a good fighter if you're not in control. and if you don't understand that you have to be in control. >> but there was a time when things got way out of control for teddy. under the tutelage of his mentor up in the catskills, gus d'amato, one of the first kids teddy would train would become a heavy weight champion, mike tyson. after guiding tyson to success, an ugly incident would destroy the relationship. you're up in the catskills with
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you find out about it, you wait, you grab a gun, you stick it in his ear, then you pull it up in the air, you pull the trigger. was that defending the family honor? was it being just crazy? or a combination of both? >> i thought it was making sure that he couldn't take something away from a family member of mine that they can never get back. it's -- i didn't want him to do that. i didn't want him to take that away. and i cared more about that than i thought about anything else at that moment. >> after that incident, gust d'amato offered teddy 5 percent of all of tyson's future earnings if teddy would just go
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but he also told his mentor to take the offer and shove it. the move cost teddy millions but one of his principles. >> if i do something today that's a little weak, i try before i do it, i feel the same as anyone else. i feel like, gee, that might be convenient, that might be easy, it might make a few extra dollars, whatever. and it might be comfortable for the minute. >> right. >> but tomorrow how am i going to feel about it? >> since that incident with tyson 33 years ago, there have been a lot of tomorrows for teddy. but any regrets? >> no. that's life, you know? i have two very healthy, beautiful children and a great wife and a beautiful reputation. >> now, teddy's fighter, timothy bradley, is fighting in las vegas tonight against manny pawk yaw. -- pacquiao. >> when you're on your second or third child, you can't always expect an elaborate baby shower -- >> but a new trend helps soft this problem.
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>> looks like we're in store for a cold evening across the tristate areas. our numbers are going to be dropping into the teens and 20s. i'll let you know fios is not cable. we're wired differently. we guarantee to make switching easier. we'll show up on time. you're right on time. as promised. to install fios and set up the wi-fi that janet, jamie, jenny, jemma, and jasmine need on their birthday.
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and delta, right there with you, as if all of us were saying together: new york. is. go. >> baby or not, janet jackson fans are not happy with the
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they've reportedly are being denied refunds on their unbreakable tour tickets even though they have no idea when or if she'll be back. she's postponing the rest of her tour to start a family, but until ticketmaster gets official word the tour's canceled, no refunds will be given. >> have you ever seen her in concertsome. >> no. >> she's pretty awesome. >> amazing. >> hopefully, they'll get their money. >> hope she comes back. >> if you've ever wondered what you really look like after a few glasses of wine -- >> a brazilian photographer captured how drinkers' faces change as they consume alcohol -- >> the first shows stress after a full day's work -- [laughter] then he had his friends pose again after each glass, there were three glasses of wine. some seemed to have some trouble. in fact, many appeared increasingly -- >> yeah, he's feeling good. >> and even got silly near the end. >> oh, looking at her. [laughter] >> as long as they don't take any cabs --
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people but, you know -- >> this is why you drink responsibly. >> i'm not a wine guy. not me. you know i'm not. >> i know. >> okay. >> i know. >> look at audrey. >> i'm just imagining you after three glasses of wine. you should do that picture progression. >> i never drink wine, so i'd be the lowest rung on the ladder after one. >> you might be wanting something warm this evening because it is going to be pretty cold across the tristate area. that was the case today with temperatures averaging below normal for this time of year. we struggled to make it to only 43 degrees in central park today, we should be at about 59. i don't think we're going to see that number anytime soon here. 39 is where we're at in the park at the moment, and the winds are relatively light at about 8 miles per hour, but they're going to be pigging up in -- picking up in speed. so that wind chill's going to be a big factor over the next 24 hours. right now mostly in the 30s
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the 40s like bridgeport and newark liberty airport. temperatures will be taking a big drop tonight, down to the teens in some locations, and we have a freeze warning in effect for the coastal sections here. this has to do with the growing season and temperatures all across the region will be below the freezing mark for this evening. we're not the only ones experiencing cold weather, it's all across the northeast. temperatures are running below average for this time of year, and it looks like things will be gradually drying out as we go into the next couple of hours. as i mentioned earlier, an area of low pressure will move out tonight, rain showers will begin to taper off from west to east, but it will still feel pretty cold across the region. once that low actually exits, then our focus will be on an area of high pressure. that'll be our dominant weather feature into tomorrow, so we will have one dry day before this system out to the west gets its act together and begins to affect us next week. this is the one that'll bring us our next chance of rain by
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temperatures should warm up, so we aren't expecting any snow, just rain. everything tapers off as we go into the evening tonight. plenty of sunshine tomorrow. it'll be cold especially in those early morning hours where our lows will start out in the teens and 20s all across the region. we'll see clouds rolling in late in the day, but overall pretty nice as you look at your window, it'll just be cold out there. monday have the umbrella handy because we do have threat of a couple of scattered showers. more rain on tune as well but temperatures well above the freezing mark. it'll be cold tonight with our lows dropping to below the freezing mark across much of the tristate area. tomorrow we'll start out with clear skies, a few clouds in the afternoon, and all across the region temperatures will be below average, mostly in the middle 40s across the region. factor in the wind, and it will feel really cold as we go into the afternoon hours. it looks like we are going to
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next couple of day. if you're heading out for saturday night, definitely want to be bundled up because these numbers will be taking a big drop as we go through the overnight hours. >> all right, audrey, thanks. >> well, men are always looking for unique ways to propose to their girlfriends. one guy in california came up with such a wild idea, it almost cost him his life. >> scary times. 27-year-old michael banks illegally claimed to the top of a 600-foot ridge to pop the question to his girlfriend through facetime. on the way down a chopper had to be called in to rescue him. he is safe, but he's going to be billed for the ride. his intentions were rock solid. >> i would do it again simply for the fact that she deserved something so unique that no man has ever done that in a proposal, no man ever will again. >> til death do us part. some good news came out of it, banks' girlfriend, now fiancee -- she said yes!
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impressed you? >> no. i would reconsider questioning his logic. what about you? >> i wouldn't go that far, no. you know, just do it the regular, normal way. but he got his girl, so that's all that matters, you know? >> and he's alive. he's alive. it's a growing trend to celebrate babe any number -- baby number two and beyond. >> some parents are opting for a baby sprinkle. baruching shemtov explains. >> a shower the first time but maybe something a little lighter for the third, fourth or fifth child. >> after celebrating the birth of their first child with a baby shower, some are throwing baby sprinkles for the children who follow. >> a sprinkle is a celebration that you have for baby number two or number three, and it is what it sounds like. it's a smaller weather event for the celebration of your second or third child. >> julia wang at the bump.com says baby sprinkles are coming
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>> why would someone choose to have a sprinkle instead of a shower? >> well, typically you don't want to seem like you're greedy for gifts, and so this is a much more toned-down affair. but again, it's an occasion to celebrate the birth of a child. and every birth is something special. >> and here at baby and children's store parents and parents-to-be agreed. >> i think it's a great idea. you don't need as many things as you would need probably first time around. >> the first one, you know, everyone's looking for an excuse, but for the third and fourth child, it's, it's a lot. >> the ones i've been to are just right. kind of small, a little bit more intimate usually, and the gifts tend to be more reasonable for somebody who has a lot. >> and when it comes to your sprinkle registry, the bump says stick with basics like diapers and onesies if you've had your children within a couple of years of each other. if you've waited several years, you may want to go with a new crib and stroller because they tend to be updated with new safety features regularly.
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i'm baruch shemtov, fox 5 news. >> and matt king is here with a look at what's coming up tonight in sports. >> antwan and christina, it's moving day at the masters but we can't show you any of that until after the third round wrappings. a-rod moves to within 12 him run -- home runs of his career. hey, what are you doing? getting the coats. for a half hour? bob just got time warner cable. he's getting more. more what?
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detroit this afternoon where the yankees faced the tigers. >> splitter guy. high drive left center field, deep. that ball is gone! a home run for alex rodriguez. >> sure didn't seem to bother a-rod who hit the 688th home run of his career, his first this season. 35-year-old c.c. sabathia pitched three perfect innings before loading the bases with one out in the fourth. the tigers scored a couple of runs and then filled the bases for a second time in the inning. >> high fly ball, deep left going back. gardner still back, reaching up and making the play. >> that lineup is, i think, probably one of the best in baseball, so anytime you get some runners on, you've got to make some pitches and, you know, we were able to do that. >> c.c. snuck out of that jam and then the first yankee starter of the season to pitch six innings. >> you know, to get -- like i said, with that lineup you get
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give up two or three runs, felt good. >> we've always had his back. the guys in that room have always had his back, and he gave us a big start today. >> he always comes through for us, you know? we need him, and he was right today. >> carlos beltran, whose second home run of the season, and the yankees won8-4, improving to 3-2 on the season. the rangers clinched a playoff berth on monday, so today's game meant actually nothing for new york's postseason future, but it mattered for detroit. a win guaranteed the wings their 25th straight playoff appearance. the red wings lucked into the playoffs anyway thanks to a boston loss. pablo sandoval signed a five-year, $95 million contract with the red sox in 2014 and then proceeded to have the most miserable season of his career. he lost his starting job this spring to a kid drafted in the ninth round. and today with complaints about his physical fitness swirling throughout new england, the most
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baseball finally got his first start of the season and lunged into it so forcefully his belt couldn't hack it. this massive cut sent his belt buckle flying in search of freedom. [laughter] sandoval discarded the broken belt and promptly struck out. jordan spieth still leads at the masters. we'll have highlights of his day after the nascar sprint cup duck commander 500. guys? [laughter] >> that was an ample explanation. [laughter] >> do we have ample time for a forecast? [laughter] >> just popped right off of him. we've all been there. >> do it, audrey. >> i haven't, thank goodness. all right. sunny skies tomorrow, folks. it will start off cold with temperatures in the teens and 20s. definitely bundle up and have your umbrella handy monday and tuesday. >> we'll see you right after the nascar race. >> which will be ample.
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