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now on "today in new york," police this morning investigating a north bergen crash that left two people dead. what we know about that deadly accident. plus, exclusive video. a violent fight caught on camera. we have a closer look at what could be the key in catching the suspects in a brutal beating. decision 2016. the results from super saturday
candidates in the race for the white house: good morning, welcome to "today in new york" on this sunday. it is march 6th. happy you can join us. i'm pat battle. >> i'm gus rosendale. good have you back. we missed you yesterday. raphael miranda is here in the weather center. >> big changes and lots of us are excited about the changes. a major warmup is on the way. today we have another cool start out there. temperatures in the 30s. we're even tracking some snow. very light snow off to the west of new york city. places like sussex county, warren county to morris county. you're seeing light snow and flurries this morning. nothing major. but it could cause slippery action on the roadways. please be careful, especially west of new york city. the flurries will continue through the morning hours. temperatures are cold enough for snow around much of the region. around freezing in central park. it's 33. 29 staten island, 31 in valley stream. it's 33 degrees in city island. we have colder spots to the north and west of town. 25 with some light snow in sussex.
and 20s as you head down the jersey shore. 28 right now in long branch. you still need the winter jackets for now. 33 outside. again, cold. it does get milder through the afternoon. not as chilly as yesterday. going for a high temperature of 46 with lots of sunshine once the day gets going. then the warm temperatures really get going starting tomorrow. we'll take a look at the seven-day forecast and tell you how warm it will get in a few. pat and gus x over to you. >> raphael, thank you. police in hudson county are trying to figure out what caused a crash that killed two people. >> it happened along john f. kennedy boulevard in north bergen last night. this is cell phone video from the scene where it looks like that fence in a front yard was part of the wreckage. we don't have much information about the drivers or the wreck. we'll bring you the latest as it's available. this comes less than a week when a little girl was killed
the mayor of west new york helped get the grandparents expedited visas to make the trip. she walked to school with her mother. johana rosas-alvarez and her boyfriend was allegedly driving the car have pleaded not guilty. new this morning, a man is wanted in an attempted shooting in brooklyn. the victim is alive because the gun jammed. security camera video shows a suspect inside the victim's apartment building near bedford avenue in crown heights. police say he tried to shoot a woman from behind. but the gun misfired yesterday. when she ran into her apartment, police say the gunman fired several shots into her door and took off running. no one was hurt. exclusive video this morning of a violent brawl that left a party store owner fighting for his life. he raced to help one of his employees when he was beaten with a metal pipe. michael george with the story. >> a violent attack on a queens sidewalk. >> you get -- nosey.
>> this video shows a man screaming threats and anti-mexican slurs at a man for four minutes. [ bleep ]. >> a second man joins in. it's up clear what started the argument. but it turns violent fast. >> [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> family members say this is 34-year-old martine coming out of his store to help his co-worker. he tries to diffuse the situation. then the attacker turns on him. >> basically, it was two guys, it was two against one. >> the two men come after him with a lead pipe. he grabs an object to defend himself. martine was brutally beaten with the pipe. the witnesses called for help as they saw the attack unfold. >> at that moment, i can't describe how i feel. as a human, you can't do anything about it. >> this family member who asked to stay anonymous says martine is in critical condition.
>> he's 34 and a father of two. he owns this party supply store. he was working late as he often does, editing videos for children's parties. >> very quiet and peaceful and always smiling. it's really tragedy. >> police combed the scene for evidence to identify the attacker. they do have a man in custody. meanwhile, family members are praying for martine. >> what do you want people to know about him? >> he didn't really deserve this. he's a real generous person. >> reporter: friends and family tell me they believe the second man seen with the attacker in the video should also be arrested at this time police are not seeking a second suspect. outside elmhurst hospital, michael george, "today in new york." and family and friends said goodbye in brooklyn to a buffalo state student killed in a
loved ones gathered in canarsie for a vigil. they lit candles and remembered the 21-year-old student athlete who died last month. police are investigating to determine whether hazing at the alpha phi alpha fraternity caused his death. while relatives honored his life, some had strong words for buffalo state authorities. >> you did not do your job. as a result, a child has left his parents' house to go to get an education, return to them a corpse. >> both the school and the national governing body of alpha phi alpha fraternity have suspended the local chapter. investigators hope that pending toxicology results could shed some light on his death. now to decision 2016. no rest in the race for the white house. democratic candidates bernie sanders and hillary clinton head to flint, michigan, for a debate
>> meanwhile, democrats will caucus in maine and republicans hold a primary in puerto rico. hawaii, idaho, michigan and mississippi. last night's super saturday contest, ted cruz took kansas and maine while donald trump won in the louisiana primary and the kentucky caucus. the democrats, bernie sanders, in kansas, and nebraska caucuses. the louisiana primary went to hillary clinton. chris pallone with more. >> on super saturday, texas senator ted cruz visited the winner's circle first, picking up at least 17 delegates, winning the kansas caucus and 12 more by winning maine. >> i think the combination of super tuesday election results, the last two debates together has been more and more unifying republicans behind our campaign and that is a very, very encouraging sign. >> cruz picking up two in the straw poll at cpac.
florida senator marco rubio got a warm welcome at cpac as well. he used his appearance to slam front-runner, donald trump. >> being a conservative cannot simply be about how long you're willing to scream, how angry you're willing to be or how many names you're willing to call people. >> it's usually a stop for republicans hoping to win the nomination. >> trump skipped the conference to campaign in florida where a buoyant i of delegates is up for grabs in ten days. >> if we win florida, it's over. >> democrat bernie sanders is hoping to pick up momentum on super saturday, entering the day hillary clinton. he won the kansas and nebraska caucuses but clinton had a resounding win in louisiana and has her sights set on michigan. >> we have to win this election. and we all know the stakes keep getting higher. and the rhetoric we're hearing from the other side keeps
>> sunday, more delegates on the line. republicans have a primary in puerto rico and democrats caucuses in maine with contests in hawaii, idaho, mississippi and michigan following on tuesday. chris pallone, nbc news, new york. saturday's results and tonight's debate will be hot topics this morning on "meet the press." among the guests joining chuck todd is former massachusetts governor, mitt romney. you can catch meet the press following our 10:00 a.m. newscast. a powerful el nino system is lashing california with waves, rain and strong flooding. in northern california, a 48-year-old woman drowned on a flood flood highway. police say she was she drove around a barricade on a road closed because of flooding. she was trapped in the car that was submerged in water 6 feet deep. the drenching rain expected to continue to fall into monday morning. in oregon, coast guard crews braved powerful and dangerous winds to pull off a remarkable
three surfers were struggling in rough seas near devil's punchbowl state park yesterday. a coast guard helicopter raced to scene and a rescuer was lowered down to help. they were saved. a man in the market for a new car found an offer that seemed too good to be true. uh-huh. know what he said? better get baquero. we're tracking some snow on this sunday morning. believe it or not, 70 degrees is also in the forecast. not at the same time, of course. we'll explain what happens when coming up in a few. all across the state, the economy is growing, with creative new business incentives, and the lowest taxes in decades, attracting the talent and companies of tomorrow. like in buffalo, where the largest solar gigafactory in the western hemisphere will soon
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for a sixth straight year. >> yes, they did. there are growing concerns about getting a group of visitors to spend their money in the garden state. we have the details. >> imts fascinated by some of the history here. >> she came from apg nchorage, alaska to get a look at the city. it included this stop in numg. >> i'm really happy. i always wanted to come here. i am happy to spend my money. >> she and many others. >> lieutenant governor kim ga danno told many that the industry, among the state's largest generated nearly $43.5 billion last year. more than 3% increase from 2014. >> i'm very proud to say that the numbers are the highest they've been in years. >> they attribute low gas prices and plentiful sunshine last summer that helps drive people to the jersey shore.
of luring visitors from canada is growing. >> we are very, very concerned. >> since last summer, the canadian dollar has significantly weakened, making trips to the u.s. less appealing to those from north of the border. >> we're already out there. we've been since january looking. working with the businesses to create incentives or discounts. meet them halfway. >> in struggling atlantic city, though, a potential bright spot after this week's illumination of the long dark sphere atop the former revel casino and the expectation to reopen the defunct resort by mid-june. >> let's hope he does that. that would be a huge benefit to that end of town. >> an interesting note from the lieutenant governor, 52% of the state's tourism business came from areas not along the jersey shore. in atlantic city, i'm ted greenberg, "news 4 new york." >> lot of people on the boardwalk in the coming days. >> sure will. >> you're tracking some snow. >> we've got everything going on.
some flurries. no biggie. cute, very cute. flurries out there. temperatures in the 20s. not too harsh. then it gets better day approximate by day. we're back into the 40s today. winter is fading away in the forecast. you'll see that in a few minutes. if you have any driving plans around the city, you don't need to worry about that snow. it's not, again, heavy enough to coat the roadways. temperatures are just above freezing in the city anyway. mostly cloudy and we have 33 degrees outside. let's take a look at your weather headlines for this sunday. a few flakes out there this morning. it will be a touch milder this afternoon. by about 5 degrees of where we were yesterday. that was a chilly saturday i know. it's on to spring as we head over the next few days. temperatures soaring into the 60s and beyond. here's a look at storm tracker. there's our light snow across western new jersey, places like morris county, sussex county. you're seeing light snow and flurry action. hopatcong, roxbury, randolph, you're seeing that light snow
it shouldn't be a problem for drivers out there as temperatures are pretty close to freezing. everything should basically melt because it's so light. 29 in woodbridge. 29 in hillsborough. 27 in jackson. 20s in toms river and 27 in red bank. long island temperatures -- it's 23 in westhampton. another cold spot there. here's a look at the first forecast. 33 outside right now. temperatures back to the mid-40s. this is better than yesterday. kind of the opposite of yesterday. we're going to see increasing sunshine through the day. by 1:00, looking good. priet skies at 4:00 p.m. and at 7:00 p.m. not bad. 42 degrees under mostly clear skies. as the weak storm pulls away, we're expecting the sun to build back in. here's a look at future tracker. quiet. anyone who is seeing snow, that will taper off by 10:00, 11:00 by sure. beautiful sunshine from new york city into the hudson valley and
back to work, 7:00 a.m., quiet commute and quiet for the evening commute as well. 6:00 p.m. on monday, looking good. for today, a high of 46 degrees. it is a smidge milder than it was yesterday. temperatures about where they should be for this time of year. that's it. once we get finished today, we're back to well above average readings for the rest of the seven-day forecast. a high of 57 degrees. tuesday, that's when you really feel that spring fever. 67. mostly sunny skies on wednesday as well with a high of 70. even thursday with some rain and not much cooler. 64 degrees. keeping it mild right into next weekend. you want to stay up to date with the "news 4 new york" app with this coming warming trend, tap the news 4 logo in the corner and scroll down and select the weather tab. you can see the latest forecast. use our interactive radar and learn how to submit your own weather video. the app for iphone is available in the app store right now. thank you, raphael.
was it too good to be true? >> that's the reason a new jersey man said better get baquero. bill loves his kias. he's got one model that he uses for his upholstery business and is in the market for another. an ad over the president's holiday weekend caught his eye. >> what was the deal you saw? >> it was a $29,000 vehicle discounted to $18,000. >> bill explained that route 23 kia in riverdale, he called to verify the price on the 2016 sorrento. >> he put me on hold for five minutes. he got back on the phone. he said no, we're in good shape. the vehicle is still here. i says, please confirm the price. i asked him three times. >> at that point, bill headed to the dealership. when he arrived, his excitement over buying a new car quickly turned to disappointment. >> he goes. we have a problem. >> what's the probable plem?
>> the price was exactly $10,000 more. >> we asked michael davidson, partner at route 23 kia what happened. >> he sees an ad for $18,604, yet he comes here and he's told the price was actually $28,000. how do you explain that? >> there was an unfortunate circumstance. this was a truer roar. we definitely made a mistake in loading the price of the vehicle in. >> michael says one number was transposed when entering the price into the website. why was bill told over the phone that the price was correct? michael explained that calls are routed to their business development center and not the sales floor. >> they would have the same information as anybody else. but we stock thousands of cars each and every year. we do not have these instances or -- there are mistakes that can be made. when a typographical error happens, it is very small percentage. >> apart from making sure that the price is posted correctly, i asked what can be done to prevent a problem like this. >> when the price was maybe too
been able to contact a sales manager. they're directly involved in each and every transaction that happens. >> as for bill. >> are you still shopping for the car? >> absolutely. >> the price was advertised on the dealership's website and they say there's a disclaimer that they're not responsible for typographical errors. much like the disclaimers on store circulars and ads. bill, in the meantime, is still hoping to get a new vehicle and he realizes that a 37% discount might be out of reach, he is keeping an eye out for deals. in the newsroom, lynda baquero, "news 4 new york." to get in touch with our consumer investigative team, send an e-mail to better get baquero at nbcnewyork.com or call 866-news-244. remember, from now on everyone who reaches out will get a response from the team at our new consumer investigative center. coming up on this sunday morning, workers rally as negotiators head back to the
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finally, a good night for the knicks and a little march madness for local schools. >> john chandler joins us with those stories and more in your sunday sports. good sunday morning everybody. it's been a rough week/season for carmelo anthony. tuesday he told a frustrated fan to ask the knicks owner for his money back. last night 'melo wasn't going to lose. too much -- dropping 16-19. porzingis had a leg injury. 'melo found help elsewhere. knicks go up 9 in the fourth. a jumper from the right. a flal owe finished with 20 points. 'melo took over finishing off detroit scoring 24 with ten rebound and six assists. 21 points from lopez. the knicks get a 102-89 win. nets in minnesota. these teams residing near the
rookie anthony towns was a force to be reckoned with down low hitting 14 of 18 shots. look, the difference was pretty simple. the nets shot 48% from the field, the wolves 68%. th tere's your game there. towns had a night. 28 points, 7 assists, 6 rebound for the piscataway, new jersey, native. nets fall 132- austin pay -- they beat columbia. for yale, their first ncaa tournament trip since 1962. yesterday in piscataway, it finally happened. rutgers won a conference game. they open on a 22-1 run and never look back. this had to feel good for rutgers. 75-52.
not just for their first big ten win of the season. this snaps a 32-game conference losing streak. just one conference win tore st. john's this year. they fell to providence, 90-76 at the garden. manhattan will not be heading back to the ncaa tournament. the jaspers lost to sienna in the mac quarterfinals. seton hall is tuning up for tournament play next week. if they keep this up, depaul simply -- hand in his face. not stopping that deep three. not this one either. heeding the shot clock and a career high 33 points. it caps the season with an 80-66 win. they'll be the third seed in the big east tourney. to baltimore. top seed hofstra leads by 12 with seven to play. they got hot behind the arc. three quick threes open it up. nine triples put the game out of reach. scored 22 and hofstra wins 80-67.
today in the semis. far lee dickinson and wagner battle it out on tuesday in ney title game. msg. new york." up next at 6:30, a father and daughter lucky to be alive this morning after their plane lost power in midair. they were able to make it safely to the ground. plus, parade-goers hitting the streets today. the much less snowy situation. what st. pat's for all says will be the focus this year. believe it or not, we're tracking very light snow on this sunday morning. major change temperaturewise coming our way. i'll tell you when we could see
bridge. keep the jacket for now. you will not need it in the days to come. wardrobe considerations to consider. i'm gus rosendale. i'm pat battle. let's get to raphael miranda to tell us when we can start shedding the layers. >> one more day, guys. we have one more day with chilly temperatures, then the layers are coming off. you can see this morning, there's a look at lake hopatcong north of new jersey, sussex county. a beautiful morning there. 25 degrees and we had some light snow there. but you can see not much on the ground at this hour. overall, a cloudy look in northwest new jersey. that's going to be the trend throughout the morning. by the afternoon, the sunshine returns. here's a look at storm tracker. there's that very light snow off to the west of new york city. so it's a little flaky. some flurry action. that's really just about it. temperatures are chilly, though. 26 in muttontown. 30 in north merrick. nassau county, temperatures in the low 30s in floral park and
plan on the coats for one more day. temperatures stuck in the mid-40s. a high of 46 degrees. winds are light. it is a little less schil chilly than yesterday. the real warmup begins tomorrow. the seven-day forecast and how quickly temperatures jump day by day in a few. pat and gus, over to you. >> raphi, thank you. new details on a small plane crash involving a father and daughter on long island. >> a special feature on that plane that you might not have known existed likely saved their lives. news 4's rob schmitt explains. >> louis and his daughter rachel were visiting colleges. >> we got very lucky. >> they were flying from the university of rhode island to republic airport in farmingdale when a worst nightmare for many of us became a reality for them. >> the engine died and i pulled the parachute and we landed. >> their plane flying 2,000 fight in the sky loses power and is going down.
the parachute out. >> the father and daughter able to bring the plane down outside of an office building. >> the unique aspect of in crash is that this plane has a parachute. personally, this is my first time learning of that. >> you can see the parachute that saved them sitting on top of the building. >> never expected to have a problem like this. >> incredibly, they're both okay. he walks away with a cut on his head. >> it appears that the parachute feature of this plane is what saved those two individuals' lives. >> plan to fly again? >> we'll see. scary day. >> rob schmitt, "today in new york." there have been several cases where a parachute on a plane has saved lives. in 2013, this plane crashed in danbury, connecticut. it lost power, kind of the case in long island this weekend. the pilot deployed the chute and
students and staff at john f. kennedy catholic high school in westchester county are mourning the death of a nun who worked at the school for nearly 50 years. sister barbara hale was killed on state route 6 in the town of somers. she was in a car that was struck head on by another vehicle going in the wrong direction. another nun, sister mary murphy, and the other driver were taken to the hospital. they're expected to be okay. a funeral expected this thursday for her. thousands pay respects to a former nypd officer killed on the job in texas. officers from across the country were on hand to salute officer david hofer in yu euless, texas. the suspected gunman was killed by officers.
safer city as they put it and start a family with his fiance. >> you are one of a kind. you are loved. you are missed beyond meaning. i adore everything about you. i am proud of you. >> officer hofer's funeral will be held tomorrow at st. patrick's cathedral here in new york. negotiations resume tomorrow in an effort to avoid a new jersey transit strike. workers could walk off the job by this time next week if a deal isn't reached. >> we come together in yupified workforce. >> thousands of workers rallied yesterday at a park in woodbridge. they've been working without a contract for five years now. the railway wants them to pay more of their own insurance premiums. but the workers say that would wipe out their pay raise. >> we want to be compared to metro-north, mta.
they're having. >> contingency plans are being made. in the event of a strike, 100,000 riders would need to find another way to get to work. the streets of queens will get in the spirit of st. patrick. festivity for the parade get under way around 1:00 this afternoon. this was the snowy scene last year. organizers say this year's event will focus on diversity in all forms and mayor de blasio will side. he will also march in the parade in manhattan ending the boycott. the issue that no gay groups were allowed in the parade. >> there's a light at the end of this long green parade route. melissa russo has more. >> this year in the sea of green on 5th avenue, a new lavender banner will be a bright spot and
>> for the last two decades there's been a blemish on this city. >> friends of st. patrick, this is a special day. >> at the irish consulate in midtown, mayor de blasio brought together parade organizers and lgbt protesters for an emotional press conference. >> the new york city st. patrick's day parade board of directors says to all -- a hundred thousand welcomes. >> [ speaking foreign language ] >> that means a thousand thanks to you. >> for brendan fai, it's been a 25-year battle. his protesting got him arrested his marching under a gay banner cost him his job as a catholic school teacher. proud irish gay new yorkers felt discouraged. >> there were many times when we wanted to give up. and we wondered if we would ever see this day.
step as the group out the nbc marched under its own banner. this year, there will be an official gay-irish contingent. what does the catholic church think of it. >> he's been a supporter. the cardinal welcomes us. >> that, to me, was a very significant move on his part. >> mayor de blasio thanked cardinal dolan and pope francis, known for asking who is he to judge gay people? >> people felt his message. that's one of the reasons we're here. >> melissa russo, "news 4 new york." and remember, you can watch the st. patrick's day parade live right here on nbc 4 new york starting at 11:00 a.m. so proud to put that parade on every year. that is on thursday, march 17th. will you be on the parade route. >> i'll be a host again. >> it's a great parade. thank you, gus. coming up on this sunday morning, a mission to give wounded veterans a new lesion life.
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switch to fios. a live look at the parkway. cool out there. big changes on the way. we will learn about that. a mission to help others. >> he's raising money to buy service dogs for wounded veterans and the support he's received is overwhelming. news 4's john chandler has his story. >> matthew redland, heads to the principal's office. a trip he swears he doesn't know well. trouble isn't waiting behind this door. >> this is a service dog he'll be assigned by the long island nonprofit vet dogs. to a disabled vet or first responder free of charge. it's money raised by this 13-year-old making this possible. >> a lot of people have veterans
all of them need an extra helping hand where they can get it. these dogs give them that. it gives them a new life. >> matthew is a 7th grader. he didn't know the first thing about grassroots fundraising like this. but he knew about guide dogs. matthew is partially blind. his brother brandon is also blind. >> i knew how much training goes into it. we're doing pretty good so far. >> pretty good? that's an understatement. >> it would be cool if we could reach the $6,000 to sponsor the puppy. >> now you're at? >> $25,000. >> that's a big number. >> going to change the lives of four, hopefully five veterans. it's incredible. >> kimberly richardson is matthew's counselor. she's overwhelmed by his gesture. >> i don't know if he realizes his life is improving as well. >> is this your chance to kind of give back? >> i guess so. yeah, i guess so. >> never thought of it that way?
>> he'll keep raising money as long as those donations keep coming in. john cland letter, "news 4 new york." wet dog still a good one. >> great kid, great story. >> great job. a look at the weather with raphael. >> not what you expected. feels like early march and looks cloudy outside. not a lot of sunshine yet. that gets better as the day goes on. we're saying good-bye to this march feel. this is late spring weather coming. temperatures will be trending about 20 degrees above average over the next few days. today is our last average day for a while. get used to the change that's coming our way. 33 and we have mostly cloudy skies in central park. again, we are tracking some flurries. a few flakes. especially west of town. you can see in the weather headlines, it is a touch milder today by 5 degrees over yesterday. yesterday, i know it was chilly and breezy all day long. today the winds are lighter and temperatures a bit higher.
it's on to the spring fling starting tomorrow. here's a live look at storm tracker. still have a little last gasp of winter perhaps. light snow showers approaching new york city. lot of dry air also in place. not all of this is making it to the ground. you can see towns like summit, livingston, south orange, union, you're all seeing that light snow overspreading the area. mainly flurries, if anything. it will not impact your travel. you don't need to worry about that. temperatures in the 20s in fairfield county. 28 in stamford. 31 in west port. that's generally the d. 20s and 30s. it's another jacket morning. now, later on this evening, not as bad. temperatures back to the low 40s. light winds at 9:00. 40 degrees. a little chilly. by 11:00 p.m., the 30s. mostly clear skies. a look at future tracker, shows another dry high pressure day. the high pressure builds back in by the afternoon. by 1:00, 2:00, sunshine starts
feel nicer. the winds are very light today. hardly a breeze at all. heading into the evening hours, right into tomorrow morning, this is 7:00 a.m., your monday morning commute. not much going on here. it's also an umbrella-free dayment you can see clouds and sun throughout the day. by the evening commute, you'll notice if you're stepping outside much milder weather as temperatures soar into the 50s. that's just the beginning. 46 for a high for today. just about where we should be this time of year in sterms of the temperatures. on the cool side tonight. 37 for a low. under partly cloudy skies. there's the seven-day. that's what we were waiting for. 57 tomorrow. a mild breeze. 67 on tuesday. then temperatures peak on wednesday. 70 degrees and sunshine. it will be cooler along the coast, especially south facing shores of long island. you will not see 70s. you know how it works this time of year. probably stuck in the 50s. rain on thursday. you want to stay up to date with the "news 4 new york" app.
select the weather tab. you can see the latest forecast. use our interactive radar and learn how to submit a weather video. it's available in the app store right now. pat and gus, over to you. thanks, raphi. let's turn to the story of the student in queens breaking ground in the fashion world. >> after being bullied in school, she turned to her sewing machine. now she's making several designs. "news 4 new york" presents positively black. just ten years old. she's not just making headlines for being a sensation in the world of fashion but for the cause she's putting on the catwalk as well. she was the youngest designer to design fashions at new york's fashion week and her line, called chubby line, was a response to her own personal struggles.
let me get this straight. you create these fashions and you sew them too? >> yes. >> this is all yours? >> yes. >> how did this come to be? a lot of kids do a lot of things after school. do you do this every day? >> yes. >> what's the best part so far? >> i like the sewing. it's very soothing, calms my nerves. >> do you have a lot of 10-year-old nerves? is that what's going on now? >> yes. >> this came at a time, i'm looking at you sewing now. you do this every day? >> yes. >> who taught you how to sew? >> my grandmother. >> yeah. but the creating and designing part, is it hard at all? >> no. >> what part of it do you like to do? just the sketching or how do you create your fashion? >> i do the sketching first and then i figure out which fabric i'm going to use. i have to find the pattern. then i sew it. >> a lot of big people have problems trying to get that together.
you say it came at a time when people were bullying you at school. is that right? what were they saying about you? >> they were saying that i was bigger than everybody else. i was different. >> you said you have an illness that you deal with, is that right? what is that? >> asthma. >> a lot of times you have to take special medicine. >> yes. i have to take steroids. that keeps me from -- >> you put a lot of the pictures on social media saying this is my response to the bullies, right? so i've heard that you're using some of those bullies as models now. i want to look at some of the models you brought with us today in your fashions. let's take a look at them. they're joining us now. tell me about what i'm looking at here. >> the first purple one is made for prom. >> that's nice. >> kind of like an after-party
>> you're making the look for the gentlemen as well in the middle there. you design for everybody. >> yes. >> why is that? >> because i want everybody to feel like they fit in. >> yeah. >> and build their confidence. >> this is a hard thing to do. but i got to ask you, are we going to see you at fashion week again? >> yes. >> why? >> because a lot of people have been inviting me to the fashion week. and i wanted to like network my stuff a little more. >> networking at 10 years old. what can we expect when you hit 11 years old in may. are you going to keep on designing? >> yes. >> who are your favorite designers out there now? >> who do you want to be like? >> my sister. miss party fashions. >> tell everybody where they can find your fashions? >> you can find them at edith uf
and you can find it on twitter at chubi line. at instagram at chubi line and my website, chubi line.com. you're everywhere? >> we're going to do stechs of ketches of me. >> i want a dress, don't forget that. this has been a public affairs presentation from nbc 4 new york. positively black. i try hard to get a great shape. th is... i can do easily. r benefiber healthy shape helps curb cravings. x it's a clear, taste-free daily supplement.... t ...that's clinically proven to help keep me fuller longer. x benefiber healthy shape. this, i can do. find us in the
"saturday night live" returned live last night with a lot of political fodder to choose from. >> endless sorts. coming off of super saturday, the opening skit that did not pull out any punches. >> what a great, great night. i really am running the best aren't i? >> the media is saying they haven't seen anything like this since germany in the 1930s. >> as i was saying, everyone loves me.
crap behind me now? isn't that right, christy. >> yes, sir, thank you sir. please sir may i have another. >> alum jason sudeikis returned for a camera to play mitt romney and kate delivered with her take on hillary clinton. >> jonah hill hosted for the fourth time. ariana grande will be hosts and musical guest next week. very popular. like you said, not pulling any punches there. >> they're having a great year. a dog in minnesota has learned a new trick. he can drive. >> he can drive. the semi truck. the only problem is, he's not a good driver. >> uh-oh. >> baby steps. >> crashed the truck into a tree and parked car. it was put into car, wept across the street over a curb. a witness jumped in to stop it
driver's seat. no one was hurt, thankfully. now, that is new to me. more than 30 people competing in the key west annual conch shell blowing contest. can we listen for another second? everyone from pre-teens to seniors tried to make music with the shells. the quality, the duration and the novelty of the sounds that they made is what they were judged on. sailors first used the shells as a signaling device like old school morse code with sound. >> i wonder how you figure out you can do that? >> who sits on the beach and -- i'm used to listening to the sound of the ocean. >> there's a first time. >> somebody did it and shared. >> people with remarkable journeys there. we have more store after the break.
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here in rainy los angeles joined by lily sing. she's on the internet. >> stop, wait a minute. >> lots of people post on youtube. but you have become a bona fide celebrity. >> stop. that's a great term. >> do you like it? >> that's totally cool. >> you should copyright that. i'm so suing that. >> every time i cross the border, i get asked a question. what are you doing? i always say entertainer. because i don't just do comedy and i don't just do motivational. i say entertainer. right away i say not a stripper. every time i say entertainer, they say you do what? i say not a stripper. >> i'm going to take you on a trip to unicorn island with my first ever world tour. >> you're incredibly busy youtube celebrity. you have a film coming out on youtube red. new subscription service on youtube. >> yep. >> a trip to unicorn island.
>> unicorn island is a synonym for my happy place. it's hopes that i will teach you that you have unicorn island within you. it's a film based on my tour that happens 31 cities across the world. it's a crazy story, not just about a celebrity going across the world. it's a story about happiness, a girl who wasn't prepared for this, got thrown into a world tour and figures it out. >> teach me about the girl love campaign. >> very simply, it's influential women complementing other women. they should be competing against. >> i'm meeting you for the first time, i might say, oh, my god, she's so pretty and right away i hate you. we've been trained to think like that a little bit. it's about thinking i'm better than this. >> i'm hoping it has a long-term effect. >> i think i'm -- >> i'm proud of you because you're so pretty. #girl love. >> thank you for being on the show. >> cheers. thank you. girl love.
new video showing a massive response to a deadly crash in hudson county. what we're learning from police on the scene this morning. a gunman shot at a woman from point-blank range. how she got away without a scratch. the devastating flooding in california over the last 24 hours. the story going on right now. the flooding claimed a life. welcome to "today in new york." i'm gus rosendale. i'm pat battle. the temperatures are heading up in a direction we will appreciate. >> i think so. >> raphael miranda is in the weather center with a first look at that. >> this is going to be the last time we see temperatures near freezing in the city for quite some time. you'll see that in the seven-day forecast. we are tracking snow out there. a little bit of wintry action going on to the west of new york city. you can see on storm tracker. lots of clouds in the hudson valley. this is the area of light snow to the west of new york city across northern new jersey. temperatures cold enough for snow in many spots. it's 30 now, staten island, just
33 middle village and 33 degrees at this hour in jfk as you're heading outside. you will want to bring the jacket. temperatures in the 20s in newburgh and morristown and 26 at this hour in sussex. as you plan the rest of your day, a few flurries around. that's really just about it. no heavy snow today. temperatures do get a bit of a boost from sunshine later on this afternoon. it will be a little bit milder than it was yesterday. it was chilly on your saturday. not quite as chilly on this sunday with a high of 46 degrees. the winds are light as well. we've all been talking about this warmup that's starting tomorrow. i'll tell you how warm it will get come up in the storm team 4 seven-day forecast in a few. pat and gus, over to you. >> all right, raphi, thank you. >>t > police are investigating a deadly crash in hudson county. >> this happened at john f. kennedy boulevard near 26th street in union city last night h ray villeda is live at the scene learning about what happened. >> reporter: good morning, gus and pat.
from what we're told, two people were killed on the sidewalk we're standing on when a car jumped over the curb. this is a very busy street, jfk boulevard, 26th street off of 495. a lot of traffic here. it happened at around 9:20 last night. i want you to take a look at cell phone video to get an idea of how chaotic this scene was. first responders rushing to the scene after a car jumped a curb. went through a fence in front of an apartment building. it was there that two people were killed. now i want you to take a look at morning. you'll see all the debris. the yellow tape blocking the area where the car jumped over the curb. there's still a lot of debris from the cars left over. this morning, folks are coming to the scene, a lot of high school children are here and the reason being, because union city high school is right across the street from where this happened. we're trying to find out who the two people are, waiting for official confirmation from police.
that two people are dead after a car jumped the curb on jfk boulevard causing this mess and taking two lives. when we get morrow physician information, we'll pass it on along to you. in union city, new jersey, i'm ray villeda, "today in new york." thank you, ray. this accident coming less than a week after a 7-year-old girl was run over and killed in that area. the grandparents of hers flew in from mexico to mourn the little girl. they were able to get expedited visas to make the trip here. an suv hit her as she walked to school with her mother. johanna rose as al va'a razz johanna rose as al va'a rez a party store owner is fighting for his life. he raced to help one of his employees when he was beat ep michael george has the story. >> reporter: a violent attack on a queens sidewalk.
nosey. you want to find out [ bleep ] what's going on. >> reporter: this exclusive video shows a man screaming threats and anti-mexican slurs at another man for four minutes. >> [ bleep ]. >> a second man joins in. it's unclear what started the argument. but it turns violent fast. >> i wasn't talking to you. [ bleep ]. >> family members say this is 34-year-old martine kwee edge coming out of his store to help his co-worker. he tries to diffuse the situation. then the attacker turns on him. >> it was two against one. >> the two men come after march tipe with a lead pipe. he grabs an object to defend himself. he was brutally beaten with the pipe. witnesses called for help as they saw the attack unfold. >> that moment, i can't describe how i feel because it's a human. you see him on the floor and up can't do anything about it.
in critical condition. >> hoping he can get better soon. >> he's 34 and a father of two. he owns this party supply store. he was working late as he often does editing videos for children's parties. >> very quiet. very peaceful. always smile. it's really sad, a tragedy. >> police combed the scene for the attacker. they have a person in custody. meanwhile, family members are praying for martine. >> what do you want people to know about martine. >> didn't really deserve this. he's a good, generous person. >> reporter: friends and family tell me they believe the second man seen with the attacker in the video should also be arrested at this time, police suspect. outside elmhurst hospital, michael george, "today in new york." new this morning, we're getting a first look at the suspect wanted for pushing a woman into the path of an oncoming subway train in queens.
from the roosevelt avenue station. this was last night. police say he shoved a 17-year-old woman on to the tracks as the 7 train was rolling in. the teenager flattened herself between the platform and the wheels of the train. thank goodness. she was treated for minor injuries. a man wanted for an attempted shooting in brooklyn. the victim is alive because his gun jammed. surveillance video shows him inside the apartment building. this is near bedford avenue in kroup height. the gun misfired. when she ran into her apartment, the gunman fired several more shots into her door before he ran off. fortunately, no one was hurt. also in brooklyn, family and friend held a vigil for a buffalo state student who died in a possible hazing incident. >> loved ones gathered in canarsie last night. they lit candles to remember
the student athlete died last month. they wonder if hazing caused his death. while they honored his life, some blame buffalo state administrators for his death. >> you failed horribly. you did not do your job and as a result, a child that left his parents' house to go to get an education returned to them a corpse. >> both the school and the national governing body of alpha pi alpha have suspended the fraternity. they hope toxicology results will shed light on his death. a powerful el nino system is lashing california with soaking rains, winds and flooding. in northern california, a 48-year-old woman drowned on a flooded highway. police say she was a passenger in a car that drove around a barricade on a road that was closed because of flooding. something we're always warning people not to do. the driver managed to get out. but the woman was trapped in the
water that eventually reached 6 feet deep. the drenching rain expected to continue to fall until monday morning. now decision 2016. more delegates up for grabs today in the race for the white house. >> today, republicans hold a primary in puerto rico as democrats caucus in maine. on tuesday, contest being held in four states, hawaii, idaho, michigan and mississippi. super saturday results are in this morning. even the democrat bernie sanders won two of of the three presidential contests. front-runner, hillary clinton picked up more delegates. sanders won kansas and nebraska. the louisiana primary -- >> cruz took kansas and maine. donald trump won in louisiana primary and nbc news projected trump the winner in kentucky. speaking to supporters, trump pushed for unity within the party and warned against the possibility of a third-party candidate if he is the nominee. >> if they run a third party or
that, it will make it impossible for the republican candidate on the assumption it's me or anybody, to win. >> after another poor performance, marco rubio's campaign says he's not listening to trump's demand that he quit the race. democratic candidates will face off in flint, michigan, tonight for the latest debate. that will be one of topics on "meet the press" this morning. former massachusetts governor mitt romney will elaborate on his anti-trump remarks. you can catch it owl on news 4 following our 10:00 a.m. newscast. still to come on "today in new york," can they reach a deal? new jersey transit workers threatening to strike without one. what officials are telling you to do if, in fact, workers walk off the job. plus, if you're ready to shed winter weight and get back into shape, we're here to help. tips to keep you injury-free as you spring back into your workout routine. for that workout, you may need the shorts over the next few days if you're heading outside. big changes coming our way.
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all kids entering 7tht and 12th grades t must get ther meningococcal vaccine. it protects against serious and sometimes deadly diseases like meningitis. call your health care provider today. learn more at health.ny.gov/immunize. a little above freezing out there. kind of what you expect this time year. >> very seasonal. >> for now. >> for now. not what you'd expect. >> then a change. >> spring, we see these undulations. there's a shout out to your bridge.
and down a lot this time of year. it's between winter and spring. that's what we'll see for a few days. starting out in the 30s today, the low point. freezing in the city and back to the 40s this afternoon. right about where we should be. it's a typical early march day. we have lots of clouds outside right now. even snow flurries that we're tracking. especially to the west of town. you can see your weather headlines for this sunday. a few flakes this morning. no big deal. a touch milder today. not as breezy and not as chilly yesterday. if you lose one of those layers from your saturday and then lose all the layers over the next few days, we'll take a look at temperatures that will soar to spring-like readings. here's a look at storm tracker. one last gasp of winter. maybe light snow to the west of new york city. places like union county, you're seeing light snow. kenilworth, linden, arlington dealing with light snow showers and some flurries. temperatures in westchester county are chilly.
31 in armonk. 28 in vista. 29 in tarrytown. 20s and 30s all around the region. it's a winter coat kind of morning on this sunday. your first forecast shows 33 degrees outside right now. as you step outside, maybe do a little grocery shopping later on today. looking quiet for that. mid-40s in the afternoon. you'll notice the sunshine increasing. it's gray right now. it's lots of cloudiness. that fades away as the day goes on. gets brighter and milder. even by 7:00, not too bad. 42ceegrees under mostly clear skies. let look at future tracker and time out the next day or so for you. this is 10:00 today. lots of sunshine. through the afternoon, again, no weather problems. high pressure moves back in. tomorrow morning as you head out to work and school. 7:00 a.m. on a monday. no umbrellas. lots of sun. temperatures jump up into the 50s by tomorrow evening and your evening commute is a dry one for mob. in fact, a dry stretch over the
not until thursday that we see rain. today 46, no rain. lots of blue skies by the afternoon. it feels less chilly. overnight tonight, down to 37 for a low. on the cool side and let's take a look at the numbers we've been waiting for. into the 50s on monday. 57 tomorrow. breezy as well. 67 on tuesday. temperatures peak on wednesday with a high of 70 degrees. then we're dealing with rain on thursday. temperatures still well above average into the 60s. you want to stay up to date with the ups coming our way. not so many downs with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the news 4 logo in the corner and scroll down and select the weather tab. you can see the latest forecast. use the interactive radar and learn how to submit your own weather video. the app is available in the app store right now. pat, over to you. >> thank you raphael. it may not feel like it this weekend but we're expecting spring-like temperatures. as we say bye bye to winter, we
we have tips to get back into it. we have two guests here to help us with that. good morning to you both. >> good morning. how are you? >> did you jog over? >> absolutely. >> quickly, quickly. changed right back into his suit. >> absolutely. >> we know probably starts around halloween, we start to become couch potato-ish. you see fewer and fewer people on the track. you really, your body changes when you sit still in the cold weather. what literally happens to you in between the sai, four months between october and now we're ready to get back up off the couch? >> when you've been sedentary, you get deconditioned, you've lost muscle tone, your muscles are weak and don't have the endurance for the extra activity. what happens is, when everybody starts to workout, we have a tendency to overdo it. it feels good to sweat and move. but everyone overdoes it.
lactic acid buildup in the muscles which makes you feel sore. what happens is, you are going to halt your exercise progression or get injured which definitely will derail you from your course and your fitness program. >> absolutely. that will send you to dr. rob's office. we don't want that. not that we don't want that. obviously, cold weather really affects the body and has impact on the body, is that right? >> absolutely. especially in the joints. as grandma said and all your friends with the joints, i feelt it chills me to the bone. it's a change in the barometric pressure. after an injury, the pressure is the weight of the atmosphere around us. when it's warm, the barometric pressure is high. there's no pressure on the joints. when it gets cold, the barometric pressure drops, there's no pressure on the joints and it feels almost like a balloon and all the tissues around it squeeze, they squeeze on the joint and the nerves. they squeeze on the muscles. so that's the pain that they
>> when you put it that way, that's really a legitimate pain. most people think, like we say, hey, i know the rain is coming, my knee is aching. it's real. >> exactly. grandma told us that. >> grandma sure did. let's get tips to help us get back in the swing of things. first up, stretching. the most important. most people stretch before. but you say after. you need to stretch out after a workout today. >> technically, it's before and after. ideally, you would warm up for five minutes and go into your dynamic stretching. that's a movement-based stretching. you're getting the pumping and getting the movement. something like a knee to chest. like this. that's a great stretch. the dynamic stretch. and then a walking lunge like this. both are activity-based and they mimic the movement. that would be like a running. it simulates part of your running gait cycle. it's important because you're trying to warm up the body,
get it so you're not injuring yourself and enhancing muscle performance. >> when you cool down with stretching, you're bringing those muscles back into what state? >> a lengenned position. because after the activity, the muscles have a tendency to get back into a shortened position. it's going to release that lactic acid that builds up and it's great after the exercise because the blood is flowing to the skeletal muscles and more range of motion without it being as uncomfortable. >> you say slow and steady wins the race. >> always wins the race. start back exercising slow. don't get the intensity high. after two weeks, your body is deconditioned. we want to start on a pre-exercise routine, it typically takes about a month to get back into it. in that two weeks you take off,
endurance decreases and insulin sensitivity becomes decreased as well. you have a lot of components. take it slow. don't get injured. i don't want to see you for that reason. >> not for that reason. karina says it's important to check your sneakers before you start back up on the track. why don't you show us what we need to look for. >> you need to have the appropriate fitness gear for the fitness activity. checking your sneakers are important. check the wear pattern. check the cushioning. listen to your body for aches and pains. if you see the tread has gone down or if you feel, if you push into the cushion and it doesn't rebound, that means it's gone and you have to replace the sneakers. you're going to add more compression into the joints. also, wearing the appropriate gear for the activity is important. it has to be able to let you move. it has to fit well and it's got to be functional. something durable, affordable and functional is important. dan skin is available at walmart. that's what i'm wearing.
fitness regimen, you need more workout clothes. you're trying to work out three to five times a week. you'll be going through the clothing. it doesn't need to break the bank. stylish, fupgs al and affordable. >> cute is up on that list. you look great. >> as do you, doctor. >> love your workout outfit. >> thank you so much. have a safe and happy spring. thank you. still to come on "today in new york," news 4 exclusive. two nypd officers shot in the line of duty speak exclusively to our i-team about the terrifying experience when we
two nypd officers shot at point-blank range inside a housing project stairwell and lived to talk about. >> they're fighting to get back to 100% though. jonathan dienst has their incredible story about when they came face to face with a would-be cop killer. >> i can't believe it. i honestly can't believe i'm sitting here today. >> this officer was shot point-blank in the face. the bullet ricocheted off bone and away from his brain. >> came out around here. yeah. >> his partner, cruz, was hit just below her bulletproof vest. >> i was shot right here and i got surgery right in the mid line section. >> both officers were patrolling the stairwells at the melrose
they ran into malik chavez and a second man. at first, there were no signs of trouble. >> we asked them for i.d.s. they were compliant. >> he was staying with a girlfriend and agreed to take the officers there to show he was a guest. >> i noticed that he was walking up the stairs funny. i told him to remove his hands from his pocket. at that moment, that's when he fired. >> it all happened so fast. the only images that i remember him pulling the gun in the flash of the muzzle going off, it was black. then i remember kind of coming to and thinking i'm alive. >> as the shots rang out, officer cruz tried to shield the second civilian and take cover. >> the second individual was actually the one that made me
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little bit of snow. >> some flurry activity off to the west of town this morning. good morning everyone. here's a live shot from suffolk county where we don't have snow. this is reeves beach. sunshine and clouds. 33 degrees right now. it is a cold start. we're enjoying the views from around the tri-state. our cameras courtesy of our partners at weather underground. thanks for that one from suffolk county. good morning reeves beach. here's a live look at the radar picture. this is the snow just to the west of new york city. now drift off to the south as well. it is very light. we're talking about flurries here. knock more than that. that's just going to provide atmosphere on this sunday morning. flurries around right now. 33 degrees. take a look at the temperature trend today. back to the 40s by lunchtime. after 12:00, lots of sunshine through the afternoon and a high of 46 degrees. winds are lighter than they were yesterday. it's also a little bit milder temperaturewise. there is a better feel out there on this sunday. still cool. this is our last cool day over the next seven.
seven-day forecast and tell you when you need to break out the shorts in a few. pat and gus, over to you. >> raphael, thank you very much. happening now, police are investigating what led to a crash that killed two people in hudson county >> ray villeda joins us live in union city with that we know to date. ray? >> reporter: a somber scene on jfk boulevard near 26th. there's a growing vigil here. from what we've been told, two teenagers were killed when a car jumped a curb here on jfk and killed the two teenagers. we believe they were walking home from a friend's house. they're students in this area. you can see in the last half hour, there's been quite a mass of students, family and friends gathered herement they've lit candles and are very emotional. i want to show you video from when this happened. it happened around 9:20 last night. from what police tell us here in yooup city, a car jumped the
wee we're told there was a third teenager here as well. that teen is expected to be okay and is at the hospital right now. through social media, a lot of the folks out here on the street have gathered. they put together some pictures. we're waiting for official confirmation on the identities of the two teenagers. we're told they're students in the area. one goes to union city high school across the street from where this crash happened. as you take a live look here at the scene where this all unfolds, you can see they are lighting candles and there's just a large group of people. i spoke to the mother of one of those teens who, as you can imagine, is just devastated and in tears and told us she did not want to talk. you can see and feel the emotion in the air here as folks gather to remember these two teenagers killed in a crash last night. we'll leave it on this picture, but for now, live here in union city. ray villeda. >> heartbreaking, ray. thank you for that. this morning, a new jersey
side of the law accused of firing his gun while off duty. paterson police officer dante gordon was arrested on assault and weapons charges although that incident happened more than a we ag the off-duty officer fired at a man in front of a 7-eleven on main street about 1:30 in the morning. he missed. but debris or fragments from the gunshot injured that man or another man. a nun who worked at john f. kennedy high school in westchester for nearly 50 years is being remembered. she was killed in a car crash friday afternoon on state route 6 in the town of somers. police say sister barbara was in a car hit head on by another vehicle going the wrong direction. another nun, sister marie murphy and the other driver were taken to the hospital. they're expected to be okay. the funeral is planned for this thursday. negotiations resume tomorrow to avoid a new jersey transit strike. if a deal isn't reached, workers
>> unified workforce. >> thousands of workers rallied yesterday at a park in woodbridge, new jersey. they've been working without a contract now for five years. new jersey transit riders weren't the only ones to suffer in negotiations fail. metro-north riders could also feel the pain. that means millions could be stuck going nowhere fast. the new jersey transit has a plan just in case. it down. >> my own transportation to get to school, the train. i wouldn't be able to do anything. >> patricia burris, studying to be a nurse at a local college takes nj transit trains to metro park and school. every day, the trains are essential to getting around for millions. this man goes to college in manhattan. >> if i take like uber, it's going to be expensive. >> you can't afford that? >> i can't afford that. >> nj transit unveiled a plan b if there is a strike.
hamilton, staging areas, extra buses at rush hour only will take commuters to ferries, path stations and a lucky few to to manhattan. gridlock predicted on highways on this map. the red means extra bumper to bumper traffic and consultant gridlock sam's advice. >> get to know the people on your train getting on at the same stop with you and try to arrangements. >> for some, maybe. for others, not so easy. >> probably going to have to rent a car or carpool. >> i can't stop school for a few days. i can't stop my education. i'll try to figure something out. >> these trains carry more than 100,000 people a day to new york alone. bus also handle ohm a fraction of that number. nj transit argues any union deal, especially over health benefits, has to be affordable. yet at least one commuter has sympathy for the unions. >> everything goes up. if they don't get a raise, i think it's very unfair. >> if takes you an hour and a
plan on three hours through alternatives. still be able to use the parking garage here. one of the five locations but it will be to serve buses, not cars. here's the catch. nj transit can only afford so many extra bus drivers. so they'll only do plan b during the morning rush hour and evening rush hour. no middle of the day bus service. no nighttime bus service, the extra bus service. no weekend extra bus service. and no reverse commute extra bus service. so if these negotiations do break down and the strike is called, sunday, march 13th could be a very unlucky day indeed. in metro park, brian thompson, "news 4 new york." in morning, we're hearing from the neighbors of a patchogue man arrested in his wife's unsolved murder six years ago. joseph jones was hauled away in cuffs late friday. his wife disappeared in 2010 in
her body was later found in a wooded area not far from the couple's home. many neighbors were not surprised by jones' arrest. >> kind of expected. >> there seem to have been issues or rumor had it there were issues within the household. >> joseph jones is due in court on monday. a father and daughter lucky to be alive this morning. >> survived a crash landing in a small plane thanks to a unique feature on that craft. they were flying from the university of rhode island to the ublic airport in farmingdale. the engine died over happen hawg and the plane went down. >> louis and his daughter were 2,000 feet in the air when they lost power and then he pulled the parachute on the plane. the plane landed outside of an office building and father and daughter were able to walk away. >> we got very lucky.
plane is what saved those two individuals' lives. >> the suffolk county police commissioner says it's the first time he's seen a plane with a parachute. it's featured in some smaller planes and has saved lives in the past. still ahead, a bizarre story out of florida. parents in trouble with child services because of a taser. we'll have a look at the forecast and when wie could see 70. a hint, it's coming up soon. this is fork "today in new
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it is that time of the morning where we like to go across the street and check in with our friends, erica hill and craig melvin. >> pat, you look very springy. i like it. >> should have sav it for st. patty's day. >> there's enough time in between. don't worry. another wild night in the presidential race. ted cruz chipping away at donald trump's lead. trump calling on marco rubio again to drop out. we're going to break it all down with our decision 2016 team. >> also ahead, key players in the o.j. simpson case speaking out two decades after the controversial end of the trial of the century. a rodeo star overcoming the
after being paralyzed in a car crash. we'll share her remarkable story of triumph over tragedy. dylan dreyer getting set to take part in the polar plunge in chicago into the frigid lake michigan. a great cause for special olympics. we'll do all that. and we have a heck of a lot more on "today." awesomeness. okay. dylan. >> i felt that you metropolitan that there, pat. >> awesome sauce. have you been watching the o.j. simpson -- >> the mini seer series, i have caught a few. >> it has riveted a whole generation of people who weren't born when that happened. >> that's so true. >> worth watching on demand. not dvd. yet. >> dvds are so last century, pat. >> i'll get my >> see you in a litk to yo ex time.
>> there's no phone here. >> flurries. snie a chilly morning. you need the coats. maybe not the heavy jacket. we're headed in the right direction, guys. that's what's important. temperatures were chilly yesterday. not quite as chilly today. tomorrow, we won't even use that word. we'll be near 60 degrees. 33 degrees right now. cloudy skies outside at this hour. we have had flurries in western new jersey. one of the spots, sussex county. this is augusta, this is sussex county, new jers. lots of clouds there. but the ground, no snow there. and no more flurries are falling in sussex county. that's good news. thanks again to our partners at weather underground. flakes passing through this morning. then it's a touch milder and dry
then it's on to spring-like temperatures well into the 60s throughout the week. storm tracker, very light snow activity to the west and now south of nework city. so y cou have some flurries places like union county. cran ford, lane field, berkeley heights and union, linden, all seeing that very, very light snow moving through on this sunday morning. it will not impact your travel plans. don't worry about that. temperatures are in the 20s near freezing across eastern suffolk county. it's 28 in hampton bays. 29 degrees in eastport and 29 mastic beach. 31 at this hour in or i don't know to 33 in amagansett. we have the 20s north and west of town. chilly in long branch. lots of cloud cor in morristown and 27 degrees. now, later on today, the clouds exit leaving us with mostly r here's the evening planner. notice the teeratures. ternoon. they stay relatively mild through the evening. 41 at 7:00 p.m. light winds n too bad. if you have dinner plans outside tonight. just bring a jacket. you'll be fine. the winds are light. it's little more chilly at 11:00. temperatures fall back down into
here's a look at future tracker. as we head throughout the rest of the morning, the clouds will linger a bit. by 10:00 a.m. after 10:00, as you head towards lunchtime, the sunshine is out in full effect again from westchester county to putnam county. a great afternoon taking shape. heading into tomorrow morning for the commute, nice and quiet here. no rain or snow. temperatures are on the rise through the afternoon. this is 6:00 p.m. this is when it starts to feel very nice outside with temperatures back into the 50s throughout the day on monday. again, that's just the beginning of the warmup. the best stuff, still to come in the next few days. 46 for a high today. a touch milder. this is when the warmup starts to begin later on this afternoon. 37 overnight tonight on the cool side and winds stay nice and light. there's a look at the seven-day forecast. breezy and mild. we're adding another 10 degrees for tuesday. back to 67 there. yeah, inland spots from new york city north and west, new york 70 degrees on wednesday.
typical spring pattern. you know how it works, especially across long island. then some rain arrives on thursday with temperatures in the 60s. you want to stay up to date with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the news 4 logo in the corner. you scroll down and select the weather tab. you can see the latest forecast. use our interactive radar and learn how to submit a weather video. the app is available in the app store right now. pat, over to you. >> all right, raphael. thank you. this is why i'm wearing the green. today is the st. patrick's day parade for everybody in queens. organizers say the lgbt friendly celebration will go on even though the city dropped its ban on gay groups for the big st. march 17th. at least 2,000 marchers expected today. bagpipes filled the air for yesterday's 41st annual rockaway st. patrick's day parade. a sea of green taking over the neighborhood.
you can watch the big parade in manhattan on our air, march 17th at 11:00 in the morning. >> our leprechaun will be there. >> i'll be part of the team. my dad, relatives marched in that parade for years. an honor. the lead prosecutor in the o.j. simpson trial opens up about what she thinks went wrong and what the jury heard that
how do you plead? >> 100% not guilty. it was dubbed the trial of the century. it's lived up to that title. a sports icon, household name cuesed of the unthinkable. >> americans were riveted and glued to television screens as the real life drama played out. high-powered defense attorneys doing all they could to acquit o.j. simpson much a savage double murder. >> now it's a hit television series raising questions about the decisions made by prosecutors. including marcia clark who sat down for a revealing new interview with "dateline" set to air today. "today in new york's" michael gargiulo has the preview. >> you blame yourself for this? >> the stakes were as high as they come. >> felt horrible. it was physically pape inful. >> even with a mountain of
>> we the jury find the defendant, not guilty of the crime of murder. >> o.j. simpson, football and movie star, found not guilty of murdering his ex-wife nicole brown simpson and ron goldman. in times square, you could see and hear the shock and celebration. >> i thought this is wrong, it's so wrong. >> more than two decades later, the case is still making headlines and haunting those involved. >> do you have enough evidence to convict o.j. simpson? >> of course we do. >> the turning point, the infamous bloody gloves. >> that was not my call. that was not my call. i did not want him to try on the evidence gloves. i never did. >> the phrase made famous by defense attorney johnnie cochran. >> if it doesn't fit, you must acquit. >> whose call was that? >> that was chris' call. i was miserable from the moment
i never expected anything good to come of it. >> he struggled to get them past his knuckles, held them up and told the jury, they're too small. >> he said i'm sorry. i said that's okay. if that lost the case, we were never going to win anyway. >> there were no wins. simpson argued that racism led police to frame him for a crime he didn't commit. >> at the end of the day there was no way to reach that jury. there was no way to make them believe. there really wasn't. >> in the more than two decades since that trial, simpson never wavered in his claim of innocence andarci m cla nerrk stopped blaming herself for the outcome. >> you blame yourself for in? >> you know, i always do. i do. i was the one trying the case. >> michael gargiulo, "news 4 new york." no one else was ever charged in that case. you can see the rest of marcia clark's new interview in a special coming up tonight at account. a special two-hour "dateline." the people versus o.j. simpson, what the jury never heard.
accused of using a stun gun to discipline their four children. special victims unit detectives with the lee county sheriff's office arrested joshua pierre louie and roxanne -- on thursday. the two were reported to the florida abuse hotline which led to a criminal investigation. policeay the stun gun stars on at thchcouple ishlttoward a child. a movie about the of the attack. the university has decided not to allow production crews for the film patriot's day as it's called on campus. filming scenes for the mark wahlberg movie would be too disruptive. lena dunham is in the hospital awaiting surgery for an ovarian cyst rupture. she's suffering from endometriosis. it's a disorder where a found in the uterus grows
>> what a great, great night. i really am running the best campaign, aren't i? >> the media is saying they haven't seen anything like this since germany in the 1930s. >> as i was saying, everyone loves me. i even got this fat piece of crap behind me now? isn't that right, chris? >> yes, sir, thank you sir. please sir may i have another. >> alum jason sudeikis returned for a cameo as well. played mitt romney. te mckinnon delivered her take on hillary clinton. >> jonah hill hosted for the fourth time. musical guest was future. ariana grande will be hosts and musical guest next week. doleub duty there. okay. r truck was ug a parking lot, across the street, over the curb, over the meadow,
jumped into the truck to stop it and found a dog in the driver's seat. looking very ashamed. nobody was hurt, though. fortunately. not even the dog. he's like get me out of here please. put me in a volkswagen. next at 8:00, a check of the forecast plus our top stories, including this. >> reporter: a growing vigil in union city, new jersey after two teenagers were killed in a crash. i'm ray villeda live at the scene with the latest details
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now on "today in new york," new information in a crash in union city that killed two teenagers. also, we're getting surveillance video of the man police say pushed a woman on to train tracks in queens. decision 2016. the results from super saturday and what's next for the candidates in the race for the white house. good morning. welcome to "today in new york" on this sunday. it's pat battle and gus rosendale for you this morning. >> good to be with you. we have cold temperatures for now. raphael miranda tracking it in the storm team 4 weather center and a little bit of snow. >> very light flurry activity. good morning, guys. we're starting to see the snow fading away and moving out. that's good news. we have light stuff to the south. really dying down in intensity. not a lot of moisture with this area of pressure. it's building back into the hudson valley. looking good in dutchess county. you're waking up to sunshine.
the clouds linger throughout the morning for a little bit. but in the afternoon, it gets milder. temperatures are still cold enough to warrant a jacket in new york city. it's 34 in central park. 32 staten island. 35 jfk. we have temperatures back to the mid-30s now in valley stream and floral park, 33 degrees. and as we take a look at the temperatures north and west of town, you need a few layers in monticello. 25 for you. we have 20s in sussex and newburgh. winds are light though. that's good news. not dealing with major windchills. just a typical march chill out there on this sunday morning. as we take a lock at the day planner, up to 34 in central park. temperatures already on the rise. we've been talking about in warmup over the next few days. it begins today because yesterday was a chilly day. we were only in the low 40s. today, going to do a little bit better. by lunchtime, up to 42 degrees. today's high, a seasonal 46 degrees. winds are light. the sun will be out later on
the next few days. a look at the seven-day forecast will have you smiling in a few. back to you. >> thank you, raphi. we're learning more about the victims of a deadly car crash in hudson county. >> "today in new york's" ray villeda joins us from union city with the latest. >> reporter: gus and pat, it's an emotional scene here. it's where this crash unfolded last night at 9:20. it's here where folks are gathering to remember the two teenagers killed when a car jumped a curb and pinned them. you can see a lot of the kids that showed up here are students at union city high school along with other schools in the area. from what we're told, the mother of one of these teens thels me they were walking home from a friend's house when this crash happened. i spoke with folks who live in the building here where this all happened in front of. they heard a loud noise, came out and saw a car, the airbags deployed add the two teens under
as you can see right now, they've put candles out there to remember the two young men. we also spoke some of their friends with parent al permission about what happened. >> they told me they were walking from a friend's house. it was -- they were just walking and talking. they didn't have enough time to move out of -- they didn't get to see it, it happened so fast. >> reporter: we can tell you that one of the teenagers is 17 years old. we're still waiting to find out more about the other teenager. these are two fends, again, walking home. we understand there was a third teenager also hit. but that teen is expected to be okay. we're waiting to get more details about this whole situation. but a very emotional scene here on jfk and 26th street. we're live in union city numg, i'm ray villeda, "today in new york." ray, thank you. that accident happened in the same area as a hit and run that killed a 7-year-old girl less than a week ago. the grandparents of little sheyla pichardo flew in from
the mayor of west new york helped them get expedited advice as so they could make the trip. on monday morning, an suv hit her as she walked to school with her mother. johana rosas-alvarez and her boyfriend allegedly driving the car have pleaded not guilty. a store owner in queens is fighting for his life this morning after being beaten in front of his own shop. we have exclusive video of this argument that escalated quickly in the streets of sunny side. this 34-year-old man came out of his store to help his co-worker. he tried to tiff us diffuse the situation, then they beat him with a lead pipe. >> basically it was two against one. >> at that moment i can't describe how i feel. as a human, you see him on the floor and up can't do anything about it. >> the victim is in critical condition. one man is in custody. this man is wanted for pushing a woman into the path of an oncoming subway train in queens. the cameras caught him running from the roosevelt avenue
police say he shoved a 17-year-old on to the tracks just as the 7 train was rolling in. the teenager managed to tuck herself between the platform and the wheels of the train and she was treated for minor injuries. also new this morning in brooklyn, a woman survived an attempted shooting because her attacker's gun misfired. now police want to find that man. he tried to shoot her inside an apartment building on bedford avenue in crown heights. when the gun didn't go off, the victim ran inside her apartment. the gunman fired several shots through her door and then he ran off. no one was hurt. a vigil for a buffalo state student for a possible hazing incident. >> loved ones gathered in canarsie last night. they lit candles to remember bradley doily. the student athlete died last month. he was 21 years old. they wonder if hazing caused his death. while they honored his life,
administrators for his death. >> you failed horribly. you did not do your job and as a result, a child that left his parents' house to go to get an education returned to them a corpse. >> both the school and the national governing body of alpha phi alpha have suspended the local fraternity. they hope toxicology results will shed light on his death. negotiations resume tomorrow in an effort to avoid a new jersey transit strike. if a deal isn't reached by saturday at midnight, they could walk off the job. thousands of workers rallied yesterday at a park in woodbridge, new jersey. they have been working without a contract for five years now. the railway wants them to pay more of their own insurance premiums, but the workers say
>> we want to be compared to metro-north, mta. we want to have the same -- they're having. nj transit is making contingency plans but concedes it won't be enough to get the 106,000 people to work. they'll have to find another way to get to work. now decision 2016. no rest for the candidates in the race for the white house. >> today, republicans hold a pry mayor any puerto rico and democrats caucus in maine. on tuesday, contests will be held in four states, hawaii, idaho, michigan and mississippi. in last night's super saturday contest, ted cruz took kansas and maine while donald trump won in louisiana and the kentucky caucus. >> for the democrats, bernie sanders won both the kansas and nebraska caucuses. the louisiana primary wept to hillary clinton. nbc's chris pallone has more. >> on super saturday, texas
up at least 17 delegates, winning the kansas caucus and 12 more by winning maine. >> i think the combination of super tuesday election results, the last two debates together has been more and more unifying republicans behind our campaign and that is a very, very encouraging sign. >> cruz picking up two in the straw poll at cpac. a gathering of conservatives in washington. cpac is usually a key stop for republicans hoping to win the nomination. donald trump is playing by his own rules. fresh off his win in louisiana, trump skipped the conference to campaign in florida where a big bounty of delegates is up for grabs in ten days. >> marco rubio had a very, very bad night. personally, i'd call for him to drop out of the race.
>> marco rubio brushed off that suggestion. democrat bernie sanders was hoping to pick up momentum on super saturday entering the day with half the delegates of hillary clinton. he won the kansas and nebraska caucuses, but clinton pounded with a resounding win in louisiana and already has her sights set on michigan. >> we have to win this election and we all know, we all know the stakes keep getting higher. and the rhetoric we're hearing from the other side keeps sinking lower. sub, more delegates on the line, republicans have a primary in puerto rico and democrats caucus in maine with contests in hawaii, idaho, mississippi and michigan following on tuesday. chris pallone, nbc news, new york. former massachusetts governor mitt romney will join chuck today on "meet the press" this morning. you can catch him here on nbc 4 following our 10:00 a.m. newscast. a powerful el nino system is
soaking rains, high winds and flooding. in northern california, a 48-year-old woman drowned on a flood flood highway. miss say she was a passenger in a car that drove around a barricade on a road closed because of flooding. she was trapped in the car that was submerged in water 6 feet deep. the drenching rain expected to continue to fall into monday morning. in oregon, coast guard crews braved powerful and dangerous winds to pull off a remarkable rescue. three surfers were struggling in rough seas near devil's punchbowl state park yesterday. a coast guard helicopter raced to the scene, hovered overhead while a rescue swimmer was lowered down to help. the exhausted surfers were all hoisted to safety. after the braeng on "today in new york," we'll have part two of our interview with two nypd officers who survived a shooting. dhou they feel about returning to duty? temperatures still in the 30s. a bit of a wintry chill this morning. it will anything but that over the next few days.
the warmup will begin as temperatures will soar into the 40s. it's a nice looking morning out there. we have lots of sunshine out there. the clouds are moving away. we're going to be dealing with a mostly sunny afternoon. temperatures in the 30s right now. we're still feeling that chilly early march feel. and we're taking a look right now. that was in the city. here's a look at stamford, connecticut. fairfield county, of course. the sun is coming out there as well. 34 degrees in stamford. but it looks like a nice morning shaping up. good morning to everyone in fairfield county. your weather headlines today. a few flakes are passing through. basically winding down. it's a touch milder today than it was yesterday. yesterday was chilly. today not quite as bad. then it's on to spring, early spring. temperatures reflecting more of an april, even may-like pattern the next few days. you can see on storm tracker, there's a look at those snow showers to the south. really fading away fast. not a lot of moisture there. 34 in astoria. 35 sheepshead bay.
temperatures are in the 20s still in north and west of town. some of the colder pockets, 25 in monticello. it's 28 degrees in sussex. your first forecast shows chilly start to your day as we head throughout the afternoon. temperatures on the rise. hour by hour, in fact by 1:00, at 43 degrees. we don't stop there. back to the mid-40s around 45 by 4:00 p.m. with that sun with the light winds it all comes together to give you a i nice feel on this sunday to be outside in the afternoon. just bring the light to moderate jacket. here's a look at future tracker, 10:00, the clouds continue to exit off to the right. sunday, 2:00 p.m., this is this afternoon. the sunshine dominating our weather. it stays quiet heading into monday. 7:00 a.m., a quiet commute heading to work and heading home tomorrow night, nice and quiet. around 6:00 p.m., clear skies and pleasant. by then, you'll in the the change in terms of how warm it feels. today, we're slowly getting there. 46 for a high. just a little milder. 37 for a low temperature overnight.
wind are light. seven-day forecast has the trepd we've been waiting for. 57, breezy tomorrow. big difference in terms of how it feels. 67 on tuesday. a spring fling goes on and on for days. wednesday, 70. thursday still mild with some rain. temperatures in the 60s. you want to stay up to date with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the logo and select the weather tab. interactive radar and learn how to submit your own weather video. the app for iphone is available in the app store right now. pat and gus, over to you. >> thank you, rafr yell. now to a news 4 exclusive. two nypd officers shared their amazing story of survival after being shot at point-blank range inside a bronx parking garage. >> our chive investigative reporter has more on their recovery and when they they might return to patrol. >> we're coming back, absolutely. take more than a few gunshots to
>> they laugh now, but officers were shot by in the melrose houses last month. >> cruz shot in the midsection. patrick shot in the face. the bullet missing his brain by inches. >> the recovery is the hard part. i still have pape in my face, i still get headaches. i can't quite open my jaw that wide. so eating is a little bit of a challenge. >> i have a while to go. i can't do any heavy lifting. it's hard to bend down. do certain things. i can't walk too fast. i get tired very easily. have to be in bed at least 75% of my day. >> these days, they are take tg slow after their release from the hospital. it was last month the two officers stopped to question this man during a vertical patrol. out of nowhere, in that stairwell, he pulled his gun and
>> it all happened so fast. the only image is i remember him pulling the gun and the flash of the muzzle going off. >> they patrolled the melrose houses numerous times. >> there's no regular day on patrol. but -- >> never before encountered the suspect who after suddenly firing fled and then killed himself inside a nearby apartment. >> it was scary. i honestly didn't feel too much pain. i don't know if i was in shock. my injuries were worse than i thought they were. >> at the same time, cruz shoved a second man in the stairwell to try to get out of the line of fire. >> the second individual was actually the one that made me realize that i was shot. he kind of let me know, listen, you're bleeding. >> both say they enjoyed being cops trying to help others. but they also know how close a call they had. >> i think our recoveries and our emotional states are much better and we're so positive because we're both still here.
it out, e ecially in the condition we're in, i think this story would have been a lot different. >> jonathan dienst for weekend "today in new york." both officers say it could be weeks to a couple of more months before they can return to desk duty. but both say they want to return to active patrol duty to continue serving the city. coming up after the break, a spectacular treat. guess who is here. the rockettes are in studio 3c. they'll be here live with a preview. hey, of their upcoming show at radio city mus all.
spring has not sprung but we're looking towards the performance, rocking radio city music hall. tickets for the new york spectacular go on sale. they're here to talk about. the famous rockettes are here this morning. thanks for getting up early with us. we always talk about the holiday show, but the spring and summer one is just as fun. >> the new york spectacular starring the rockettes is about two kids that come to new york city and with their family but get separated. they meet the rockettes and take them on a musical journey and they get reunited with their family again. >> if you're lost in new york city, that's the place to be. >> tickets wept on sale. the show starts in june. >> we're so excited. the show starts june 15th through august 7th. we're in the creative process
we start rehearsal very soon and we're excited to bring this spectacular to new york during the summer. a lot of people have time off. they can come and enjoy new york with us with the rockettes. >> it's a great show for kids, obviously. talking about summer break. people always appreciate the athleticism involved in your art. they do. how many shows a day? >> it depends. up to three a day. we have to be proficient in tap, jazz and ballet. it's awe full eight week run. juno owe you can go to rockettes.com/new york and come see us. >> do you ever get tired? be honest. >> there are times. but the energy of the audience and just being on stage with your sisters, it makes it worth it. >> there's a spirit to. it really is. it's app elite group. the history of the rockettes. >> it sure is. there's so much tradition and the rockettes and i've been
you know, the radio city christmas spectacular is a traditional show and it is really fun for us to do a summer show. because we get to do something a little bit different. if you come in to see the rockettes on june 15th through august 7th. you'll be able to see the rockettes in a little bit of a different way which is really fun for us. we take you through this magical journey of new york city and you will leave radio city loving new york each more or if you're a new yorker, if you're just first coming to new york and visiting us, you'll love new york. >> you talk about the different proficient in. we think of the kick line. we'll talk about that in a second. we'll have a demonstration to help us all there. that is something else. you're doing modern dance as well. how do you keep the focus? >> absolutely. it's great with us, especially in the creative process. we get to step out of our boundaries a little bit and bring nucor ography and elements to the show.
>> do you get nervous? >> my first year. now that we're dancing, it's with our best friends. i always remember being in the audience as a child and watching the rockettes and being mesmerized by that precision in the dance line, now i get to bring that joy to another little girl. >> in this tradition, we love having you across the street. try to show us a little bit of the famous kick line. pat usually does this. i think she's wearing uggs. i got pressed into doing it. before we go to break here, i always forget this. we put our hands like this. >> okay. >> rockette juggle. >> you're going to step on to your right foot. into this. come out. down. step on your left foot, right leg up. bend down. >> i should have followed through and stretched. >> come on. okay. yeah. >> there we go. ladies, thank you so much.
beautiful thing. tickets on salement check it out. it's a great thing. we're back with the seven-day forecast. 70s in it. thank you guys for this. appreciate your time. >> thank you very much. appreciate it. have a good one. >> back after this. governor andrew cuomo: there is an unhealthy income inequality gap that is only growing. if you work full-time you shouldn't have to choose between paying the rent and buying food. i say lift up the working families of this state and pay a real decent wage. we fight until this nation fulfills its promise of opportunity for all and that's what this
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now that's a skill. i kid you not. i have two of those at home. i'm going to practice. gus, i will bring one for you. more than 30 people competing in the key west annual conch shell blowing contest. not a winner. i know. but she had fun. looks like she enjoyed it pre teens to seniors trying to make music. trying being the operative word. judges gauge scores on the quality, duration and the novelty of the sound that they made. that was good. >> big finish there. >> oh, that was not. here's a fact for you. sailors first used shells as a signaling device. >> very nice. >> trying to woo the mermaids over. >> fighting off sharks. >> teaching us things every morning. >> tell us about the seven-day. >> chilly today for one more day. temperatures where they should be this time of year.
we had flurries. now dealing with clearing skies already. a beautiful afternoon taking is shape. 46 for a high for today. overnight, down to 37. look, that's the last 30 you'll find on the seven-day forecast. tomorrow into the 50s. then overnight temperatures in the 40s and 50s. tuesday and wednesday, those are the days. 60s and 70s. cooler by the coast. we will see rain on thursday. still, even with that rain, 64 degrees. yeah, spring early arrival. we're ready for it. >> fantabulous. thanks, raphael. and thank you. we'll see you back here at 10:00 a.m. >> sit tight for open house nyc followed by "weekend today." of a small space. today, i'm going to show you how i turned this super tiny bedroom into a chic, yet functional sanctuary for my client. with big dreams and a small space, this is what i made. the job of an interior designer is not just to make the space look good, but to make the people in it look good too. i knew it had to be functional,