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now on "today in new york," overnight storms wreak havoc on parts of our area. we'll have a look at the damage, plus a high wind advisory with freezing temperatures on the way. plus, suspicious scares. what led to evacuations at traffic hotspots in the city. a debate over a debate. the democratic cane dates sparring over the date of a final face-off in the big apple. good sunday morning to you. welcome to "today in n york." it is the 3rd of april.
not enough coffee just yet. i'm pat battle. >> i'm gus rosendale. we're strack trjuacking a weather system around the area. let get the latest fro. raphael miranda in the storm team 4 weather center. >> we're dealing with the dangerous winds doutside. winds gusted up to 60 miles per hour already this morning. this is just the very beginning of a prolonged wind event that we'r are going to be dealing with today. temperatures have dropped sharply. now down to 37 in the city. temperatures in the 20s north and west of town. there is snow, cold air in place. now we're tracking snow squalls moving into the northern suburbs. rain showers around new york ty. but as you med into westchester county, fairfield county, you have to e exte careful. these are heavier snow bands moving along i-95. roadt could become covered quickly, especially the secondary roads into westchester county. bedford and 684. we've got the snow and we have these winds we're dealing with now.
hour in centrwe park. look at newark, near 5 miles per hour. 51 jfk. that's where we saw 60 miles per hour. about half an hour ago. dangerous wind gusts have the potential to cause damage and power outages throughout the morning into the afternoon. this is your -- 50 o 60 miles per hour along the coast. 've already seen that. now the snow does taper off we're left with dry and windy conditions through the afterno and still gusty around 6:00. now we have another round of snow on the way. believe it or not. we'll look at that in the storm team 4 forecast in just a few. pat and gus, over to you. >> raphi, th,nks. we g're getting a look at damage left in the area due to the storms. >> let's start with a viewer in raritan, new jersey, somerset county. the high winds ripped through his neighborhood and you can see windows blown off and even fences stripped from their posts. also got reports of rooftop
well. this was the scene in westchester westchester. snow appeared to be coming down. no official reports of injuries. we are following breaking news from the south pacific. that's where an earthquake triggered a tsunami warning. the 7.2 quake struck near vanuatu. no reports of any damage. we'll continue to watch the situation and bring you the latesteds it's available. brussels airport is partially reopened less than two weeks after a suicide bombing in a terminal. there are stepped up security but few flights coming in or ouo t. extra police and soldiers on patrol and only those who are flying will be allowed into the departure check-in area. for now, that normally busy european hub is operating at only 20% of capacity. closer to home, everything back to normal after scares in two of the busiest places in new york city.
square just before 8:00 last night. the bomb squad blocking off the area around a moving truck with georgia plates parked outside the marriott hotel. police say the keys were in the ignition. wires were hanging from the dashboard and gas canisters were behind the seat. officers gave the all-clear, though, after they checked it out and they did arrest the driver. police evacuated part of the port authority bus terminal because of a suspicious package. a package was found about 2:30 yesterday afternoon. police say it was just books roopd in old school brown paper. do not be alarmed if you see a large police presence near a local high school, only a drill. they will conduct an active shooter exercise. the training is the second act of shooter drills to be held since march. two more scheduled for may and june. now decision 2016. wisconsin primaries just two
senator ted cruz hopes it changes the momentum in the race. cruz is leading gop front-runner donald trump bydigits. 25 unbod delegates c n vtte for anyone. trump trying to rebound after a week of high-profile stumbles. his top aide under investigation, his nuclear comments under fire a d he's facing fallout for.his flipflop y abortion. trump continues to do g e donald trump, it hands thees general election to hillary clinton w h a big silver bow. he loses by double digits. let me tell you, i beat hillary clinton. on the democratic side, front-runner hillary clinton trying to fend off a surging bernie sanders who has led in the latest polls. sanders takes wisconsin, it would be his sixth state win in a row. both are stumping in the same
clinton jabbing at sanders for recently becoming a democrat. sanders looking ahead to november. >> i know there is a lot of concern in wisconsin and arouns the country that donald trump might become president of the united states. let me reassure you, that will not happen. >> both sanders and clinton are bickering about dates for a new york debate before the april 19th primary. clinton discussed the debate issue with nbc's chuck todd. >> there's a lot to talk about. since the last debate, we've had terrorist attacks. >> you can see the rest of clinton's interview with chuck todd later this morning on "meet the press." >> reince priebus will discuss donald trump's rough week. you can watch it all here on news 4 at 10:30. the red cross is assisting one new jersey family after a fire tore through two homes in
it was 5:30 yesterday evening in izabety. it started in an abandoned buouilding, quickly spread to the house next door where a couple and.wo young children lived. >> all the heavy fire has been knocked down. the two buildings are heavily damaged and most likely will have to be torn down. >>te we don't know what started that fire. but fortunately, no one was hurt. police in the bronx are ying to figure out what caused a car to plow into a seafood market. three people were hurt when the car jumped a curb on wh e plains road in the wakefield section. it happened yesterday aftern n. only one was taken to the hospital. still to come on "today in new york" on this sunday morning. and then there were two. we now know the teams facing off for the national championship. the highlights from the final four and more in sunday sports. >> plus, it is tax season and that could mean open season for criminals. what you need to know ts protect your identity. os a powerful storm bringing
rain on t lens on a sunday morning and temperatures dropping as well. raphael miranda here with the weather forecast. the storms rolled in just as you called it, raphi, woke me up. windows rattling the house was sheking. >> that was ahead of the arctic front. temperatures dropping sharply. it's going to be very windy all morning long. even though it started overnight, we have to deal with this dangerous weather through the afternoon. it's a great morning to stay inside. >> winds gusting up to 60 miles per hour. not safe to be walking around. you never know what could be blowing around. there's gwb right now. you see it's wet outside. we have rain falling in the city. snow to the north of new york city. tracking that on storm tracker.
high wind warning in effect through today for all the counties shaded in red. includaug the hudson valley, new york city. we are seeing the winds gusting 50 to 60 miles per hour. that will continue into the early afternoon. highlighting here where we're expecting the worse winds along the coast. just getting ramped up. winds gusting up to 40 miles per hour. places like morristown. still waiting for the winds to increase across long island. that will happen over the next couple of hours. winds gusting up to 37 miles per hour in sussex. the worst of it along the coast. along the new york city armt. as we head throughout the late morning into the early afternoon, winds will peak from, say, right about now through lunchtime or brunch time. 11:00, winds gusting between 40 and 50 miles per hour. we do get a break after 12:00. the winds diminish gradually. by 4:00 p.m., it's breezy. still damage especially east of wn. but the winds generally
tomorrow winds are much better as we head into your monday and tuesday gets breezy again. you can see in the weather headlines, the dangerous winds. rain and snow also in the mix. a hard freeze on the way. we have freeze warnings in effect for those of you with plants outside. i'll address that in a few minutes. you can see on storm tracker, rain showers in new york city. some rain across suffolk county. it is snow in westchester, putnam counties. in the bronx, light showers moving through. starting to see a changeover in southern westchester county fr. it might be a in/snow mix in rocey point. any wet snowflakes mixing in. prabably not accumulating. as we head north into westchester county. you could have wet snow a couple lalting, making it slick on secondary roadways. one storm is intensifying and it is pulling away later on today. that's causing the winds of that storm really ramps up and low pressure, high pressure building in from the west.
in teeight and tomorrow. we have a repeat, another round of rain and snow as we're heading into monday. so let's take a look at your sn fall potential for today. again, maybe up to 2 inches in the distant.suburbs north and west of town in the hudson valley. again, we add on a little b t more as you head into monday morning with t e next round of rain and snoa moving through. that's a clipper system. not a lot with that thankfully. not a lot of moisture this is 9:00 this morning. nshine ret,rns throughout the rest of the day. even though the winds remain, the rain and snow exits quickly. that is good news. mostly quiet day ahead in terms of the precipitation. 5:00, also looking good. ov gernight tonight, here comes the taext storm. this is midnight and you see the snow filtering in, in the hudson valley. it could be a tricky commute for those who live in the -- ulster and dutchess countys. for the city, it will be warm enough for plain old rain. the seven-day forecast, a very 39 is the high today. we haven't even talked about the
they'll be in the teens and 20s today. a rain and snow mix for the yanks home opener. breezy ctuesday. then a next storm arrives with rain on thursday. you want to stay up to date with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the logo in the corner. scroll down and select the weather tab. use the interactive radar and learn how to submit your own weather video. there are a couple weeks left to file your taxes. if you haven't lar already, beware. >> there are new safeguards in place. better get baquero tells us what's done to protect you. here's lynda. >> this man is still dealing with legal issues and trying to recover his $12,000, 2014 tax refund a full year afterihe became af tax-related identity theft. >> we put our return in and
back from the irs that someone had already filed a return under one of our social security numbers. >> tax-related identity theft is the rise. it happens when someone uses your stolen social security number to file the eturoun claiming a fraudulent refund. most people, like tate, don't even know it's happened until they try to file on their own. >> it was kind of confusing in terms of what to do. having a police report completed. signing an affidavit to the irs that i truly am tate fenwick. >> the irs has a taxpayer guide to identity theft on its website. if you become a victim, it's committed to resolving your case as quickly as possibleg there is identity theft insurance available. that will reimburse you for expenses incurred to restore your identity if this happens to you. liberty mute ut offers identity
added on your homeowners policy. >> the insurance policy will relieve,stress, associated with it. >> the most rustrating part, they don't know how to protect themselves moving forward. >> ome tips to event thisr from happening to you. don't fall for scammers reaching out in e-mails or phone calls sayiog they're fr,m the irs. shred and protect your personal documents and you may want to consider getting software to prevent data breaches and viruses on deve.es that contain sensitive information. in the newsroom, lynda baquero, "news 4 new york." >> to get in touch with our team, send an e-mail to better get baquero to nbcnewyork.com or call us 866-news-244. remember, from now on everyone whp reaches out will get a response from the team attour new consumer investigative center. what we now know who will face off in the ncaa championship game.
carolina for monday's matchup. >> the villanova blowout of oklahoma. they won by 44 points. that's the most, by the way, in final four history. let's see the nightcap. sy tcuse and north carolina. the orange trying to pull off another upset. grabbed a bit of a tiny lead in the first half. trailed by ten in the second. make it seven. richardson, strokes the three part of a 10-0 run. north caroli .missed on their first ten threes. then marcus page find a hotspot. two threes put this one away. thtie tp heels win 83-66. goey will meet villanova in the title game monday night. but wait, there's more. here's john chandler with a look at the rest of the day in sports. >> good morning everyone. a week remains in the nhl season. they're looking up at the pittsburgh move past them in second place to the division. we'll get to the penguins in april minute.
rangers and henrik lundqvist. two ryan owe 'reilly goals. he pulls his staroalie seconds into the second. this is the seventh time he's yanked him this season, as many as the previous four combined. rangers showed life after that. derek step an's goal cuts the lead to 4-3. that is where it stayed. the sabres beat the blue shirts for the first time in ten games. about the penguins, they lod like the team nobody wants tto face in the first round. yesterdain brooklyn, pittsburgh scored five times, starting with this giveaway with a miscommunication. sced short-handed and pittsburgh clinches aislayoff spot with a 5-0 win. the isles without travis ham neck. devils visiting the lightning. tied at one in the third. tampa bay on the power play.
watch him in front of the crease here. jams it in for the go ahead score. they're officially eliminated. missing the playoffs. major league baseball season officially gets under way today. the mets visit the royals in a world series rematch in kansas city later tonight with matt harvey on the mound. yankees start their season monday afternoon in the bronx. they wrapped up their spring yesterday with a loss in miami. to the third round of the houston open. russell henley on the first hole. second hole, 121 yards out. henley started four shots off the lead. he gets this ts drop and this helps the cause. it's an eagle when it allu into the cup. he finished at 10 under. he trails jim herrmann and jamie love march heading into the final round. you can catch that here on nbc 4. play resumes at 3:00 p.m. have a great rest of your sunday. for "today in new york," i'm
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the money, courtesy of the cuomo administration. the i-team discovered that much of that cold, hard cash will go to facilities with the worst quality of care. >> s epnursing homes will get a yout even though they've been accused of neglecting patients. the i-team's chris glorioso investigates. >> i wanted caroline to be safe. >> for andrew, the last three mont >> have been n ching short of a nursing home nightmare after his wife carolyn began suffering from dementia and se gizures. she was taken to the riverside pnursing home in manhattan. while there, carolyn stopped eating meals and began drooling food and i iquid despite records at say she was not swallowing, they failed to call an utulance until he requested one.ik>> whe carolyn got to the e.r., records show she was severely detydrated. her kidneys were shutting down. doctors were stunned. >> they were incredulous.
someone in a facility coming in in that condition. >> where is their humanity? my>> citing privacy, the nursing home declined to comment on howo carolyn evans was allowed to p.become so dehydrated. her husband and son are now considering legal action but also speaking out against $850 million that the cuomo administration has quietly set aside to pay nursing homes that claim they've been underpaid by medicaid. >> will you be concerned if this nursing home gets a piece of this $850 million tettletent? >> it would be outragus. >> the i-team found that riverside is one of more than 230 nurse homes in line to get in line to get a cut will of the settlement. despite having the lowest ratings the federal government giu s out. an her was a suffolk county nursing home. a war veteran diei of an infection. and a nassau facility where a
allesed to an der away. >> this a a man whoue is an advocate for nursing home patients. he called the $850 million deal a sweetheart deal for nurses homes because each bad facilities get the cash without requirements that they improve the quality of care. money? we should be taking away money. >> the state department defended the payout saying nothing, ould stop them from enforcing rigorous standards. a group -- says the settlement will allow facilities to fund higher quality care. >> having the money to go into facilitirees wiln allow them to inest into the types of chnology and services tatt they need to be able to compete. >> as for carolyn evans, her family says she's recovered from dehydration and moved to another nursing home. they've hired a company to protect her rights. that company has filed a complaint with the health
malnutrition at the riverside. >> what does it take to get to the point of dehydration in a nursing facility? >> neglect. total neglect. you were left with no water, no food, no medicine. you were completely ignored. >> if people read this in the paper, you were talking about how they found a dog had been treated, they would be hunting the owner down. we asked the health department about that complaint against the rivsrside, a spokesman says they don't comment on pending -- she was having trouble swallowing food and water and discussed with her husband the possibility she needs a fseding tube. her husband says no one explained how graveethe malnourishment was. back to you. >> chris glorioso with the i-team. if you have something the team
coming up next at 6:30 here on "today in new york," an arrest in the violent mugging of a 103-year-old woman. the victim speaks to news 4 as we learn more about her alleged attacker attacker. exclusive video of elevator dangers in the wake of a disturbing safety report. 4 ineestigates. we're tra ing damaging wind but also snow out there on this aperril mo ting. where the snow is heading next
and their families. you fight the cancer. we'll fight for you. wintry weather this morning. rain in some places. heavy wind and snow north of the city. raphael miranda tracking it all for you today on this sunday morning. i'm gus rosendale. i'm pat battle. we virtually got a potpourri of precipitation going on this morning. let's get to raphael and let him tell us about it.
winter weather advisories for the counties in purple. ulster, duchess, putnam and -- we could see a slushy 1 to 3 inches in spots. that could impact your travel, especially with the wind blowing that snow sideways. it reducesis whiteout conditions. you have to be careful north and east. thatos where we're seeing the snow move to the hudson valley and maybe even changing over to snow now in nassau and suffolk counties across long island. windchills are falling through the 20s. feels like 28 in central park. 29 in pen fly. windchills stuck in the teens, 20s to 30 later on today. if you're heading outside for any reason, you definitely need to bundle up. you can see in the forecast, a high of only 39 degrees. feels like 20s. the dangerous winds continue right into the early afternoon. we have another round of snow coming our way. that's coming up in the full
>> raphael, thank you. we have an update co on a brutal attack of a 103-year-old woman. >> the suspected atwoman herself with a long im . news 4's ray villeda talked to her. >> in co-op city, word is traveling. >> it's disgusting. >> so is concern. >> does it mak you think about your safety h ae in co-op city? >> of course. >> it could happen to anybody. >> on friday afternoon, 103-year-old woman was attacked in her own apartment building. police say she was followed into the building into the elevator. it was in her hallway. police say she was mugged. her cart stolen. the hungry suspect took off with two meals and her purse. louise standing a bar y 4 beet tall and legally blind couldn't even make out her attacker. >> i'm legale. blind. it's a woman.
it's a woman. i was kind of surprisenk i said this man has bushy hair. she was a woman. >> a that sustect was captured on surveil rince video, though. then she was caught by police less than a day later. 4 investigates uncovered sharon mcneal has a criminal record dating back to 1984. for narcotics, assault and prostitution among others. now she'll be charged with robbery. but louise says her sense of safety wasn't stolen completely. >> i'm going out anyway. i might not go out for a few ys. i'll go out. what am i going to do? . ray villeda. a homeless man is clinging to life. 55-year-old edwin hernandez punched another resident during an argument at the bo wery's ird street --me man fell and hit his head. he's in grave condition and hernandez is charged with assault.
of violent attacks in a homeless shelters. in january, a man was fatally abbed. then wo man stabbed a mother and her three children in a hotel. a 2-year-old girl is the only survivor. they're working to make shelters safer. in a statement, the department of homeless services says no weapon was involved and a guard was on the scene who tried to stop the fight but was unfortunately, unable to stop the blow that caused the victim to fall and hit his head. a nassau community college student made a court appearance yesterday. dozens of her relatives filled the courtroom to support her. investigat rs say she gave birth to a healthy baby girl at her home on thursday morning. then covered the baby's mouth with her hand and suffocated her. the baby's body was found in a plastic garbage bag. >> under the circumstances, my client obviously is very distraught.
everyone in this matter. it's a tragedy all over. we don't take this lightly. >> please remember there are safe-haven laws in the tristate area. pereople can leave babies up to 30 days old at hospitals, police stations and firehouses no questions asked. crews helped a pilot with a rough landing in south mayor son, new jersey. the pilot says he was testing a new engine in his experimental aircraft. took off yesterday afternoon. during the flight, the engine stopped and he had to make -n emergency landing. >> flying along, the engine stopped. you pick out a field and you land. it was easy. >> the captain there with some perspective. upon landing. the aircraft flipped upside down. the pilot is totally okay. you saw him talking there. a man is facing felony drug charges after a marijuana farm was found at a home.
town of min sink on thursday. they found 340 marijuana plants and 11 pounds of processed pot. all with a street value of $27,000. police arrested this 29-year-old. more arrests are possible. now to elevator danger in new york city. a new report revealing the city knew about faulty equipment before a deadly accident in the mo onx. >> it appears to be part of a much bigger problem. news 4's andrew sinf reports from boston road plaza in the aller ton section with new video of the types of malfunctions that could put lives at risk. >> instead of a smooth ride -- >> going up andov down. then it gets stuck in between the floors. >> for people who rely on elevators as a lifeline in new york city public housing have en frustrated. >> that one is not working. when that one is working and this one don't. >> take a look at t is exclusive video obtained by 4 investigates. the closed circuit camera shows
the doors still open at boston road plaza in the bronx. about an hour later that december day, 84-year-old got ju trappehi tumowlgd bld over and died. >> i'm crying because he was a nice guy. >> others still sha n three months iater. >> after another man broke hisy kle getting stuck in another drifting elevator. >> those incidents were preventible. >> this man of the city's department of investigation released a report, including photos that show broken brake systems on elevators. >> basically it's not hooked up. >> yes, that's right. >> the report found multiple lapses in communication where ur ent action might hav prevented the fatal accidenti and it found 80 brake monitors or 7.4%dwere not funct properly. in one case, inspectors marked the broken brakes priority 5 which gave them 48 hos make the fix. >> elevator dispatch did not read the notes to them.
this is part of a communication problem. >> the department of buildings told us they'll make more frequent inspections and take unprecedent d measures to pre dent malfunctions of this kind r from occurring in the future. when officials were questioned by investigators -- >> we oere told, quote, we missed the boat. >> this update from the ceo, they said they were aggressively investigating several workers whose job it was to inspect and maintain elevators with disciplinary action likely as soon as possible. andrew siff, "news 4 new york." still to come, if cleanliness is next to godlines godliness, then one queens -- what he's doing to help the less fortunate in his community. >> raphael miranda will be back with a check of the forecast. the l important forecast.
a windy sunday morning. it's windy, wet and about to get wild. raphael miranda here with a look at the weather forecast, which is, whoo, for april. >> we have the damaging winds, gusts up to 60 miles per hour already. this is the beginning of it. it's going to last for hours like this. the potential for tree limbs to co down, power outages. that's a reality this morning unfortunately. we have to deal with that. at least the rain has stopped in the city right now. want to show you the brooklyn bridge. we're looking drier as you're heading north and west of town. from new york city into new jersey, drier conditions there. but colder, 37 right now. we have cloudy skies in the city. no rain or snow. but when you combine 37 with the winds, you get windchills in the s. you need to bundle up if you have to head outside. this is what we can expect into the early afternoon. highest winds along the coast. that's where we're seeing them now. the higher elevations as you head into the catskills, the hudson valley.
strongest winds this morning into the early afternoon. then thae's when we're expecting the potential for power outages and of course, tree damage. everything winds down gradually is afternoon into the evening. by 6:00, 7:00 p.m., winds much lighter. probably gusting around 20 miles per hour. maybe up to 30. right now, this is what we're dealing with. that's a poe tejsly damaging wind gust newark. 52 miles per hour. 51 jfk. 47 laguardia. needless to say, if you have travel plans at the airports, definitely call ahead. i would anticipate delays for sure on this sunday. future wind gusts around 11:00, still in that dangerous zone between 30 and 50 miles per hourt.along the coast. after lunchtime, 4:00, 5:00 p.m., we see the winds relaxed significantly. down to 20 to 30 miles per hour. much less dangerous. then tomorrow we're looking better heading into monday. here's a live took at storm tracker. weth're tracking the squalls to the north and east of new york city. here's one more into putnam county.
snow mixing across nassau, su thffolk counties. could rede visibility because you combine the snow with the wind. it gets blown around. visibility is cut down really fast. you need to stay off the roads if you can. showers around smith town mixing with rain and snow. a wider view, this is our storm rapidly intensifying. that's causing the winds to spike. that's goilg to pull away throughout the day. there's another storm on that one's heels. a clipper moving in tonight and tomorrow to bring us another round much snow. hard to believe. but yeah, here we go again. future tracker, 9:00 this morning. quiet through the afternoon. sunshine. it will look good, won't feel good. it will be dangerous. at least it will be a bright day ahead. jumping ahead, this is overnight into your monday morning. 4:00 a.m. snow breaking out early. sullivan, ulster, dutchess county. in the city, warm enough foo plain old rain. as you head out the door at 7:00 a.m., it's a different story. plain old light rain around the city. the snow may continue and it may accumulate a couple of slushy
county north into dutchess county. you have to watch out for travel that's going to be impacted, maybe school delays. by 1:00 p.., light snow to the north. rain to the south. not good for the yanks home opener. by 7:00, umbrellas still needed as low pressure moves on by. rain continues in new york city drawing out very nicely by tuesday. for today, a high temperature of 39. it doesn't feel likeethat. dress for 20s. those windchills. the seven-day recast, so many changes day by day staofing with today. 39, windy and tracking that rain moving out quickly this morning. rain and snow return for the yanks home opener tomorrow. 47. it is milder tomorrow and less windy. breezy and cold on tuesday. wednesday is definitely the pick of the week before the next orm brings heavy rain on thursday. you want to stay up to date with all the ups and downs with the "news 4 new york" app. just tap the news 4 logo in the corner, scroll down and select the weather tab. you can see the latest forecast. use the interactive radar and learn how to submit weather
the app for iphone is ivailable right now. pat, over to you. >> all right, raphael, thank you. a plane appeared to be having trouble before it crashed into a car during a landing in sotouthern california on a highway. witnesses told police that the ane rear ended a car that was stopped on the shoulder of that highway 15 in san diego. one person in that car was killed. three others were hurt. the plane's pilot and a passenger a anlso injured. that same plane made headlines for landing safely on that same freeway back in the year 2000 ironically. an escalator sped up sending people tumbling to the ground there. those scary moments caught on cen'll phone video. it was crowded with philadelphia flier fans leafing th game saturday. one witness heard the escalator rev up and then it started going faster and faster. officials immediately closed it down. coeimcast spectator is part of the
nbcuniversal and nbc news. a broadway composer is pulling twe plug on his showsi north carolina. stevenchwartz, the tony award winning composer who wrote pippen, wicked and god spell is revoking -- the move in rllesponse to a new law in that state that quires transgender people to use bathrooms that match their biological sex and not their gender identity. you don't often find charity at the laundromat. most of the time you lose stuff, like your sock. >> always. one queens laundromat owner is using his business to help those less fortunate. john chandler shows us what moved that man to help the homeless at his own expense. >> this man has only owned this laundry for about three months. already, he's work, and the clock to give back. >> it's a new adventure. haven't pulled all nighters since college. >> he's doing the laundry for 75
all week, free of charge. 5,000 pounds plus of laundry won't clean itself. it also won't earn him a penny. >> how much is this costing? >> between $5,000, and $6,000. >>. >> it might not be good for business but at least good for his conscience. >> amber hall person sings when she's happy. >> so grateful. >> her laundry piles up, especially with a 2-year-old and her husband looking for cowith anstruction work, it would otherwise sit for weeks. >> we would have been holding our sheets and wondering when are we going to wash these? probably next time you're working again. >> one woman told me shepends $30 a wesk on laundry and when we worked this out with the income, that's 26% of her income. >> elizabeth is the director at the landing. the shelter in queens still trying to find its way since opening in august.
just so appreciative. it's just as overwhelmt g to samuel who works from 7:00 at night to 7:00 in the morning to finish. >> 30 pounds. >> you have a little bit of a bokeost. you can put makeup on. >> is it possible by giving these folks a lift, they're giving you a lift? >> oh, tf t's how it usually works. you think you're helping people. you get more out of it. >> clean lothes and a clean conscience. john chandler, "news 4 new york." >> that's a man fighting a good fight. >> shows what a little dignity gives to folks. a little medicalredvics after the break. ciroming up next, the hottest doctor on tv. yeah.
>> "news 4 new york" presents positively black. >> tradition tradition the traditionois back on broadway. i do believe this is the fifth revival of this tradition. fiddler on the roof. one of the most iconic musicals ever written is back on the stage at the broadway theater. it stars danny burr stein at testifi i can't and jessica hekt as golda, the namesake of the fiddler in fiddler on the roof is not who you might think it is. she is a ery talented woman. critically acclaimed musician kelly hall tomkins. hi. >> p ple are going to say hi, i remember seeing her in the show. there's a little trick here. you are the actual fiddl off stage.
>> so i'm the violintsoloist for fiddler on the roof. i play in t i've coa jesse, in violin playing and also he flies. there's quite a bit of difference in ourroles. >> we're g talk more about that in a second. let's talk about this. bbc music described your talent as total mastery. american record guide said searing intensity. how does that make you feel to have people describe your talent that way? what is it like -- this is your first time on broadway, right? >> it is. what is this experience like fodr you? >> i am the classical musician at really likes to bring the music t life for people. i love ro bring people intl the music in a way that they -- in a disarming way they may not have thought they liked classical music before. the theatrical element is the opportunity to bring more of a
and to give voih, to the drama happening on stage. it's really fitting with my role, my character as a violinist in general. >> i mean, you're not seen by the audience. but you're on broadway. ter?nically you're there. what is that whole sensation like for you? >>tit's an amazing, amazing experience. it's really wonderful to be part of a wonderful cast and orchestra. there's some terrific things happening on stage. danny and jessica and all of my colleagues are just really wonderful. i'm really grateful to the music director who wrote -- he arc orchestrated the music and wrote solos for me. that's amazing. a l of the cast referred to me the violinist, another character in the show. obviously, it takes on that role, certainly dramatically and phonetically.
the whole thing has been -- the camaraderie on broadway is incredible. it's really, really w.derful group of peopl aland the music is phenomenal. >> before we run out of time, t's gulk about how you and jessica would plays a fiddler on stage, how you coordinate all of the movements and how -- he has to dance and perform as you play and pretend that he's playing. >> jesse performs two different roles. he's a dancer out of the context of the fiddler. in the context of the fiddler, i think that the director was going for the mythological, mark c chagall. there are a lot of nuts and bolts to convey to him for him to look like he's imitating accurately the violinment then i trf to impress upon him the stylized motion of a violinist and the things that invoke the music the way a violiniwh would
then, of course, like i said, the nuts and bolts as jesse said recently for new york times piece, there's the up, down bow, up bow, bow which he remind himself before he goes on stage. of course, he has to do it flying in the air. >> there's all that. that'smwhere all the acting comes in,>> we worked on that a lot. it'sly h people can't see her. please go hear her on broadway
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you like wind and you like rain. i'm pat battle. i am gus rosendale. actually, asked on twitter what people are waking up to. you hear different things. north of the city, west, east in long island. the big thing, rap wind seems to be the constant. >> right. the wind is something we're all dealing with. it's a dangerous wind. we're seeing the gusts over 50 miles per hour already.ly we have many more hours of this to go. let's tak yoe a look at the snow beginning to wind down now thankfully in the hudson valls . still a few squalls to deal with across long island. high pressure is building in as our storm moves away and the wind continue to howl. look at the latest gust out of newark. 55 miles per hour. airport delays to say the least. damage possible. these are the types of wds that could knock d n tree limbs and power lines. this is your wind threat today. 50 to 60 miles per hour along coast. the strongest winds right now through the early afternoon.
talking about winds up to 50 iles ser ho r. as you plan the rest of your day, the winds are a constant right through lunchtime. git's after 12:00 that the winds begin to die down a bit. as far as the sky conditions go, we are expecting lots of sunshine through the middle of the day. the clouds, the rain, the snow they exit leaving us with brighter skies. temperatures stuck in the upper 30s today. feels like teens and 20s. that's what you need to dress for. we'll have more on the dangerous winds and another round of snow headed our way in the full forecast. pat and gus,sover to you. >> thank you, raphael. happening now, as raph told us, damaging wind warngs are in effect for the area for this hour. >> more snow could be on the way. lori bordonaro is braving the outdoors at columbus rc revolving door was going around and around by itself. that's how strong the winds are this morning. we're here in central park. you can see some of the winds here blowing, whipping the
we've seen a few garbage bags flying around this morning. gusts expected around 50 miles per hour for most of this morning. we already have seen a lot of damage from overnight storms, especially in raritan, new jersey, where one neighborhood was hit eapecially hard there. remedents waking up toerooftops and windows blown off their hoaes. also stormy weather bearing down on westchester overnight. hail there actually falling down in a parking lot on tuckahoe road. we saw cars skidding off the road as well. a lightning s ike also causing power outages in heartsdale. we're beginning to see more around the area in new jersey as well. quite a mix of weather around the area. the department of buildings is advising property owners and contractors to tie down cranes to make sure everything is isecure, as well as scaffolding and also warning people who are walking around here today to be aware of falling debris. back to you. >> lori bordonaro live in columbus circle.
time with the "news 4 new york" app. download it at the apple app store or google play. happening now, brussels airport is partially reopened again less than two weeks after the terror attacks there. passengers are back in the terminals. there's stepped up security but few flights in and out. extra police and soldiers are on trol. only people who are actually flying will be allowed into the departure check-in area. vehicles will be screened on an access road at the airport there. for now, the normally busy european hub is operating at only 20% of capacity. we're folliwing breaking news from the south pacific. that's where an earthwae triggered a tsunami warning. the 7.2 quake struck near vanuatu. an island east of australia. so far, no reports of any damage. we're going to continue to follow that, of course, and bring you the latest as it's available. two incidents forced
because of a suspicious truck. it was a moving truck. it had georgia plates and it was parked outside the marriott hotel with the keys in the ignition. ththey s wires hanging from the dashboard and gas canisters behind the seat. ficees did inspect it, gave it the all clear. the driver, though, was arrested. police evacuated part of the port authority bus terminal because of a suspicious package. officers found it inside the south wing. terminal. it was about 2 clochb 30 yesterday afternoon. it was just books wrapped in brown paper. still, the adage applies. if y,u see something, say some ing. if you live in yonkers, do not be alarmed if there's a large police presence near a local high school. it's only part of a drill. yonkers police department will conduct an active shooter exercise at lincoln high school today. it includes simulated firing of training weapons. it's the second active shooter drill to be held since march. it o more are scheduled for may and for june.
the wisconsin primaries are just two days away. senator ted cruz is hoping that a victory from the badger state changes the momentum of the race. >> cruz was in north dakota yesterday where 25 unbound delegates can vote for anyone. trump trying to rebound after a week of high-profil stumbles. his top aide und ther investigation, hisanuclear -- under fire. facing full out for his flipflop on abortion. trump continues to do damage control. >> nobody has greater respe for women than donald trump. nobody. >> if we nominate donald trump,c it hands the general election to hillary clinton with a big silver bow. he loses by double digits. let me tell you, i beat hillary clinton. >> on the democratic side, front-runner hillary clinton trying to fend off a surging bernie sanders who has the lead in the latest polls. if sanders takes wisconsin, it will be his sixth state winomn a row.
clinton jabbed at sanders for recently becoming a democrat. sanders looked ahead to november. >> i know there is a lot of concern in wisconsin and around the countegry that donald trump might become president of the united states let me reassure you, that will not happen. >> both sanders and clinton are bickering will dates for a new york debate. clinton discussed that with nbc's chuck todd. >> you think there has to be. >> i want it. i'm confident that there will be. i'm not the one negotiating it. that's between our campaigns. i do kno >> my campaign has been really trying to get a time that senator sanders' campaign would agree with. >> you can see the rest of clinton's interview with chuck todd on "meet the press" this morning. reince priebus will also join the press. you can watch it all on news 4.
right now, the red cross is helping one new jersey fam ly after a fire tore through two homes in elizabeth. the flames erupted yesterday eve ening at these houses on fulton street. the fire started in an abandoned building but spread to the house next door where a couple and their two young children live. firefighters from five towns rushed in o help battle the flames. >> all the heavy fire have been knocked down, the two buildings heavily damaged and most likely will have to be torn down. >> we don't know yet what started that fire. fortunately, nobody was hurt. in the bronx, a car jumped a curb and slammed into a seafood market. this happened on white plains road yesterday afternoon. of the three people hurt, only one was taken to the hospital. so far, no word on what caused that driver to lose control. and still to come this morning on "today in new york," tickets on sale for this months's tribeca film festival. but it's much more than the movies.
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we'll have an update in a bit. >> it will last for hours, unfortunately. this is a great morning to stay inside. a high newind warning in effect. it can be dangerous to be outside this morning. that's5the bsttom line. you want to stay indoors unless you have to go outside. it gets better later on this afternoon. we're in the thick of it right now. there's a look at the brooklyn bridge. it is drier around the city now. we had showers rain and snow showers moving through. it's 37. you can see the camera moving around a bit in brooklyn. feels like 27, know, because of the winds. that's another drastic change. you need the hats, gloves and scarves. a high wesd warning in effect for all the countiea shaded in red, including ulster wn the jersey shore. including new york city, long island, westchester county. that's where the wind damage potential is through the early afternoon for gusts up to 60 miles per hour. and eventually getting a little better as the day guss on. right now, winds are r mping ul in westchester coraty, white plains near 50 miles per hour.
hudson valley, you'll see the winds howling between 40 and 50 as well. morristown, 41 miles per hour. even in central park, right now we're ceeing gusts of 33 miles per hour. as we take a look at your future nd gusts, taking you through the rest of the day, they're bad and dangerous around 11:00 this morning. we're seeing the winds peaking from new yoracity across the hamptons and down the jersey shore. watch what happens though after isu heae after lunchtime. around 2:00 p.m., a significant decrease in the winds thankfully from new york city south. out east it's going to take a olittle longer. you're closer to atorm pulling away. so long island still very windy around 2:00 p.m. after 2:00, everyone starts to get a break. around 3:00, 4:00, yes, it still will be breezy. but the damage potential reduces significantly after 1:00, 2:00 p.m. winds are basically calm. dealing wita the dangerous winds. rain and snow beginning to pull away now. that's good news. a hard freeze on the way. we have freeze warnings in
talk about the cold and the wintry feel. this is what it feels like now. down to 9. 9 above. that's your windchiel now in mortlcello. we have windchills in the 20s and even teens in the hamptons. feels like 19 degrees right now. snow is pulling away. that'segood news. we have a few squalls to deal with now. fairfield county into suffolk county. we're watching reduced visibility along the l.i.e. brook haven, rocky point and riverhead. you can see reduced visibility. it's not just snow. it's the wind blowing the snow around. that's making it tough to get around town. our storm is pulling away. storm tracker moving offshod . herees the next one. moving on the hyels tonight into tomorrow morning. we have another rn'nd of snow to get to. you can see on futsre tracker, sunshite dominates for the day. the wokds are still there. gradually diminishing through e afternoon. look what happens overnight into tomorrow morning. it's a repe t. snow building in, in the hudson valley. not with the winds this time. thankfully a much weaker storm. no wind damage expected here.
this is 6:00 tomorrow morning. this is your monday morning commute. you could see slushy, wet snow in places like the hudson valley. should be warm enough for plain old rain in the city. maybe mixing in pla like westchester county. as far as road impacts, the rest deep into the -- the yanks home >>opener. showers are around. it's not a great day for baseball. rain even in the evening commute. 6:00, you want your umbrellas for your monday. at least it's milder tomorrow. 39 e is the high for today. back to 47 tomorrow. breezy and cold on tuesday. windchills again in the 20s. then wednesday is the best day of the week before the next storm on thursday with another round of rain. you want to stay up to date with the stormy pattern with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the logo in the corner. scroll down and select the weather tab. use our interactive radar. learn how to submit a weather video. it's available in the app store righ now.
>> raph, good movie weather. on to note, t.ckets for the tribeca film festival went on sale. here to tell us more about that, some of the interactive events is carrie, she's a senior programmer with the festival. she's been with us before. the film is the meat of the sandwich. what are the highlights this year? >> we're excited about the program. we'll have 100 films screening over 12 days from 32 countries. a lot of your favorite stars and directors will be here as well as international discoveries. one of the things that's important to us t tribeca is to make the experience feel like a one much a kind event that you attended. we're showing a documentary called i.ll sleep when i'm dead, it's about the dj. he'll be here afterwards to talk and perform. we'll havlie a reunion, anniversary screening of taxi
of deniro, sybill shepherd, martin score sees. >> you screen the film first and then a panel. >> yes. >> that's an epic crew, obviously. you can ask questions. tuhow does that work? >> i'd feel intimidated. >> time for a q and a afterwards. >> it's a cutting-edge fi . it came out all these decades ago. those are interactions you can have with the artists and cree creators creators creators. >> this is going to live at our festival hub downtown. it's exhibits of immersive experiences and virtualereality. there's a lot of cool projects, including -- it allows you to wear a virtual reality headset and experience the world of blindness and the heightened sense that is go along with that. we have pieces that let you experience the world from within a solitary confinement cell. something that lets you ride a dragon.
running at the festival hub. >> pat battle, among them -- solitary confinement. that sounds like a sensory dep riff vegas tank. >> to tell artful -- important issues and let you see the world in different ways. >> blindness, it seems like the idea of filmmaking is a solitary experience as a viewer, as an audience member? >> i think the festival is interested in the different ways people are telling stories today. that's why we have a virtual reality component and a television section this year, in line storytelling. we're trying to embrace all the different ways that people are getting their stories out there. >> the oscars diversity was a hot topic. something that tribeca is looking at as well. >> one-third of our directors this year are women, we're proud of tyot. as part of the director series, weil be speaking to jodie foster
names participating in that experience. we have the daring women's summit, an all-day talk series focused on women who are thought leaders in their industries and who supported other men. rosy perez, samantha bee and others. >> just before we go, i wane to ask you about the reacmer. >> you can win tickets if you find the reactor. anit's the first automated acting judge. you reenact scenes from your favorite film, if you score high enough, ou get free tickets. >> are you looking at me? >> very good. that's going to be down there as well. thank you, appreciate it. >> tribeca film festival from the 13th of april to the 24th. go to tribeca film.com for more information. with nbc and nbc 4 proud sponsor. always good to work with you cara. the time is 7:19. back over to pat. thank you gus and cara.
wallace has an update. >> this turnout coat does not bfit . it is expired. >> this is not protection? >> this is what spring valley volunteer firefighter amy wears in the busiest -- it's outdated and often fails. >> our radios are broken. this radio doesn't work. >> it's a twofold danger. faulty equipment, battling unforeseen hazards. there's an e idemic of slumlords illegally converted single family homes frequently into tenements for undocumented workers. >> this was a boarding house. >> we highlighted the problem earlier this month and now the state department hit officials with unsafe firefighting equipment to no escape ropes. >> what do the violations say to you? >> the violation said to me that somebody is finally paying tention. acknowledgment of thee angerous
every single day. >> the village could face fines of uparo $200 a day starting next months unless the violations fixed. the state specifically notes unsafe turnout gear. ter our initial report, officials are considering a $1.3 million bond for the fire department. but it still has to be approved. >> this happened because of your report. there's no question. it came and the fact that we got the report this quickly. it's due to your investigation and report. they should take it seriously. >> sara wallace, "news 4 new york." now, the board could pass that bond on 129th of april. but firefighters are calling f an emergency meeting. they want it to happen before then. if you have something you think emeei-team should look into, call them at 866-news-244. a tony award winning composer is calling for a brdedway boycott of north vcarolina. stephen schwartz and the supposer wrote pippen, wicked, god spell, is revoking rights to
he's encouraging other producers to do the same. all this in response to a new north carolina law requiring transgender people to use bathrooms with td ir sex, not their gender identity. people tumbling to the ground. scary moments caught on cell phone video. that escalator was crowded with philadelphia flier fans leaving a game on saturday. one witness says she heard the engine rev up, then it started going faster and faster. comcast spectator confirmed that the escalator malfunctioned and it was immediately shut down. it's partouf comcast corporation, the parent company of nbcuniversal and nbc news. coming up -- >> reporter: i'm lori bordonaro live in columbus circle where it's far from a spring morning. dangerous winds crippling the tristate. we'll show you some of the damage coming up. a pilot speaks out about the moment that his experimental
welcome to sunday "today in new york." i'm pat battle. i'm gus rosendale. this has been a weather maker we've been tracking coming in from the midwest and across the country. it's caused a lot of damage and it's been picking up overnight. i know you were one of them. woken up at 12:30 by loud noises. in connecticut, you saw snow today. in the city, heavy rain. we're tracking a couple of things. damage in northern new jersey. >> power outages. >> also scaffolding on the loose in manhattan. a live report coming up. raphael miranda is in the storm team 4 weather center. >> there is another aspects of the changing weather. plunging temperatures tonight, below freezing in many suburbs. freeze warning now in effect for these areas. if you have plants that need to be protected, southern westchester, southern fairfield, northern nassau, suffolk county and bergen county. you are under a freeze warning with temperatures expected to dip into the 20s tonight. that's where you need to take care of those plants. also, we have winter weather advisories in effect for those snow squalls.
want to show you the latest on storm tracker. thankfully the snow is winding down from the western hudson valley, down through new york city the cloudy there. sunshine in pike county. that's a good sign of things to come. look at this. bright white, convective type snow squall now pushing in to suffolk county. this will bring whiteout conditions from riverhead towards the hamptons over the next hour or so. you do not want to be driving with this type of snow squall. stay off the roads until it passes. 39 degrees for your high temperature. much colder today. windchills in the 20s. we l look at the full forecast coming up. happening now, needless to say, we're watching that severe weather. >> "today in new york's" lori bordonaro is up at columbus circle and s a wind advisory warning people here to be on the lookout for falling debris and thin
we i've seen a lot of newspapers, plastic bags flying around in central park. getting word of collapse over on river side of boulevard on the upper west side. niece pictures just into the newsroom. scaffolding came down on several cars. neighbors tell us there's a lot of debris in that area. it's very dangerous right now. emergency responders are there on the scene. we've alreadyertalso seen a lot of damage from overnight storms, especially in raritan, new jersey. one neighborhood was hit especially hard. cresidents are wakingung to rooftops and windows blown off their homes. it's been quite a mix of weather around the area. we saw hail overnight in westchester. this is on tuckahoe road there. that video you're looking at. the slippery conditions causing cars there to skid off the roads. lightning also caused power outages in heartsdale. we're getting word of a lot more power outages around the area at this hour. officials are warning residents to prepare for possible outages.
your cell phone charged and have on hdnd the spliesing.ou would need in case of a possible power outage. pat and gus, back to you. >> lori bordonaro live in columbus circle. thanks, lori. >> police have arrested the woman accused of robbing a 103-year-old woman in the bronx. they say the 53-yr-ol sharon mcneal seen getting into the police crkar followed the elderly woman into her building in co-op city on friday and once in the hallway, mcneal see her there, knocked the woman to the ground, stole her purse and the shopping cart with some meals in it that she had just picked up from a local community center. the victim standing at barely 4 feet tall. she's legally blind. couldn't even make out her attacker. >> i'm legally blind. thgoey tell me it's a woman, not a man. it's a woman. i was kind of surprised. i said this man has this bushy hair. she was a woman. >> mcneal was arrested just a day aft police released that
she is facing assault and robbery charges. a homeless man is clinging to life after a fight in eye new york city shelter. police say 55-year-old edwin hernandez punch another resident during an argument at the third treat men's shelter. hernandez is charged with assault. the man is in grave condition. this is the latest in a series of violent attacks homeless shelter. in january, a man was fatally stabbed at a shelter in east harlem. weeks later, a man stabbed her mother and three children in a staten island hotel. a 2-year-old the only survivor in that attack. they're working to increase security at the shelters. in a statement, they say no weapon was involved and a guard was on the scene and tried to stop the fight. he was unfortunately, unable to stop the blow that caused the victim to fall and hit his head. bail has been set at a million dollars for nassau community college student who
her newborn baby. 20-year-old sharon sadat made a first court appearance yesterday. dozens of her relatives filled the courtroom to support her. investigators say she gave birth to a healt baby girl at her home on thursday morning, then covered the baby's mouth with her hand and suffocated her. family members say they didn't even know she was pregnant. e body found in a plastic garbage bag. >> under the circumstances, my client is very distraught, the family is very concerned for everyone in the matter. it's a tragedy all over. we don't take this lightly. >> a reminder, people, there are safe-haven laws in the tristate areas meaning anyone can leave a baby at a hospital, or police station, firehouse, a church, no questions asked. rather than abandon it. a pilot's okay after a rough landing in south harrison new jersey the pilot says he was testing a new engine in his experimental aircraft.
during that flight, the engine stopped and he had to make an emergency landing. >> you pick out a field and you land. these people keep the w le township nice so it was easy. >> there you go. upon landing, the aircraft did flip upside down. you can see that on the scree you also heard the pilot talking. he's okay. a man is facing felony drug charges fter a marijuana farm was found at a home in orange county. look at this. it was a three-month investigation and police raided this home on ursday. they found about 340 marojuana plants and 11 pounds of processed ndrijuana. had a street value of about $27,000. police arrested 29-year-old isaac lugo and they say more arrests a t possible. marijuana advocacy groups took the battle to the white house calling on president obama to change laws that prohibit
they carried a large inflated joint a -- they say he drug should not be considered dangerous. activists want to draw attention to the 5 million marijuana arrests since president obama took office. a plane appeared to be having trouble before it crashed into a car during ata landing in southern california. witnesses told police that the plane rear ended a car that had been stopped on the highway shoemder. this is in san diego. highway 15. one person in that car was killed. three others hurt. the plane's pilot and the passenger also injured. incredibly, ironically, that same plane made headlines after landing on that same freeway in 2000. but it did so saf y that time. still ahead on this sunday morning, we continue to track the rain, the snow, the wind, the plunging temperatures. a lot going on. storm team 4's raphael miranda tracking it all. as i said, he's live in the storm team 4 weather cente next on tock.
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hopefully you didn't hit snow like melvin did this morning. >> in connecticut. lot of snow. >> i had rain, too, pat. >> whiteout conditions. >> it was not so hot in a lot of areas of the country. we'll look at all the wild duather that hit the midwest, making its way over to us in the northeast. tens of thousands without power. heavy winds. fierce storms and snow in areas. so when will it let up? we'll take a closer look at that. >> also ahead, today is a big day. baseball's opening day. one sure sign of amseica's pastime, the hot dog. we'll take you to a very unique school where it's all about making the perfect dog. then harry smith gets up close and personal with some pretty adorable tiger cubs. i mean, the cute factor kind of off the charts this morning. just a warning. the good news for us in the new york area, they're the newest residents at the bronx zoo. >> look at that. that cub is posing for the camera. >> i think he was. >> harry looks like he was in
>> tha and a heck of a lot more when we get started on a sunday morning here on "today." i love it when you and erica coordinate. >> we didn't even call each other. we're this connected, right, pat? >> we're indeed soul mates. thank you for noticing, craig. >> see you in a bit. >> have a good day. >> you too. raphael miranda wearing blue. i'm sorry. we wore blue yesterday or autism awareness. we put it out on social media and forgot tment on it. i'm the honorary chairman of their walk. i have been frr many years in north jersey. lo ing forward tohaeeing them next month. good day. i digress. >> that's okay.nwe have a lot to get to in the weather world. it's looking better. the sunshine is returning. that's one positive note. but there are plenty of negative notes as well. >> we need to cover up our plants for this weather phenomenon that's about to hit us? >> if you plants outside not
temperatures, if you don't live in manhattan, temperatures will drop below freezing tonight. that's if you have the sensitive plants and probably tom. row night as well. you do need to cover them. you need to protect them or else they may not make it. 37 degrees as we take a look at the gwb and the wind are still whipping around the five boroughs and into new jersey. let's look at the impacts we're expecting from the wind throughout the day. the highest winds, we'll find those at the coast and the elevations. the strongest winds pwis gusting between 50 and 60 miles per hour. that lasts through the morning into the early afternoon. power outages and tree damage likely. i would count on it. we're down -- that will continue hour by hour as the tree limbs weaken. the wind finally relaxes later this evening. not in the clear, rather, until probably about 5:00, 6:00 p.m. depending where you are. these are your gusts. this is why we're seeing damage.
jfk and laguardia not far behind. significant delays at the airports today. the winds continue to howl through the morning. this is len 11:00 this morning. not until after lunchtime tha we sulrt to see the winds diminish as our storm pulls away. by 3:00 p.m. if you live in suffolk county, the winds are pretty intense there. as you head west into new york city, jersey shore, that's when you notice a big difference around town and around 5:00, 6:00. also the winds finally get lighter out of that danger zone across suffolk county. besvdes ehe wind, if you have to go outside today, you have to deal with this, the c ld in place. we were in the 80s couple of days ago. now we have windchills in the teens and 20s. i guess you could say it's a typical april pattern. 23 in danbury. we have windchills in the low 20s in westchester county. if you have to head outside, you needndhe hats, gloves and scarves. storm tracker, also done with the snow but not quite. take a look at this one squ l moving into eastern suffolk county.
conditions this morning. that's what this is. very intense snow from wading river, riverhead right through the hamptons. hampton bays.n the roads. you cae t see f anything when it's this type of snow with the winds blowing it around. dangerous to be on the roads in "bsuffolk county. stay off of them if you can. here's a look at storm tracker. the storm is pulling away. another one on the heems. a clipper from the ngs us another round of rain and wet snow into tomorrow morning. we do have a break though. i want to show you the quiet time. this is 1be00 a.m. sunshine dominating our weather today. along with the winds. they will die down. talked a ut that. 4:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, heading back into work, the next system approaches. bringing snow in the hudson valley. a.m. showers in the city. town. i don't think we see any accumulations around town. roads could be slick as we head into the places like ulster county and where you're seeing
please be careful for that. sorry, guys. the yanks home opener weather not so great. on and off showers. chilly. mid lder tomorrow. 47. improvement over today. breezy and cold on tuesday. wednesday, that's the pick day of the week. 50 and sunshine. rain arrives again of thursday. you want to stay up to date with this wild f ciorecast with the "news 4 new york" app, tap the news 4 logo in the corner, scroll down and select the ather tab. you can see the latest forecast and learn how to submit a weather video. the app for iphone is available in the app store right n . pat and gus, over to you. >> thank you raphael. we know who will face off for the ncaa championship game. >> the final four held yesterday in houston with villanova blowing out oklahoma in the early game. villanova won by 44 points. that is the most in final fours history. then came the nightcap. syracuse and north carolina. the orange trying to pull off another upset.
trailed by ten in the second. malachi richardson strokes the three part of a 10-0 run. marcus paige finds a hotspot. two threes put it away. the tar heels win 83-66. they will meet villanova in the title game come monday night. hepare's john chandler with a look at the est of day in sports. good morning everybody. a week remains in the nhl's regular season. the rangers are flirting with a first round matchup with the nguins and looking at pittsburgh moving past them in the division of the we'll get to that in a minute. buffalo got to the rangers and henrik lundqvist. a strike from jergen senn. he pulled his star goalie 46 seconds into the second. the seventh timente's yonked him this season as mmuy as the previous four combined. rangers showed life after that. dseerek stepan's 19th goal cuts the lead down to 4-3. that's where it stayed.
for the first time in ten games. now, about the penguins. they looked like the team nobody wants to face in the first round. yesterday in brooklyn, pittsburgh scored five times starting with this giveaway on a miscommunication. oscar sundquist sco d short-hand g and pittsburgh clinches a playoff spot. isles without travis hamenek. the devils visiting the lightning. tied in the third. tampa bay on the power play. brian boyle, watch him. collecting the rebound and jamming it home for the go ahead score. new jersey falls 3-1. "hey're ifficially eliminated missing the play dwrofs for a fourth straight year. cory schneider with scoring, that may change. major league baseball season officially gets under way todalo yankees stayo their season
they wrapped up their spring yesterday with a loss in miami. to the third round of the houston open. russell henley on a first hole. second shot, 121 yards out. henley started the round four shots off the lead. he gets this to drop. this will help the cause. it's an eagle when it falls into the cup. he finishedithe a datz 10 under. he trails two others heading into today's round. you can catch that today on nbc 4. play resumes at 3:00 p.m. have a great rest of your sundly. coming up, when you go bald for a good cause. we've got volunteers ready to brave the shave to help kids with cancer. we're breaking the clippers out live on tv with young mr. liam over there of the we'll tell you.. why this is happening coming up on "today in new york" after
going bald for a good cause. the st. baldrick's foundation inraised millionanof dollars to help children with cancer with a shave and a haircut. joining us to tell us about an upcoming event is bill hogan and joey santamaria. we welcome you to new york. doing so much good work. tell us how you got involved. >> tremendous work. it's the largest volunteer drive for pediatric cancer. they challenged a few guys to shave their heads toor kicks. ended up raising millions.
we raised $100,000 our years. and we've raised millions. >> what keeps bringing you back? takes a lot of work to do something like this. >> yeah. it's exciting for us to bring the community together to do somethingood for kids facing something that's challenging themselves and their families.in some respects, bill and i giving back to the community to those that are in need. >> what sort of events do you have planned in the coming mo nths and weeks? >> the st. ball drick's will raise probably over $30 million once again. we have our event tomorrow evening at 5:30, it will be 150 or 200 colleagues and friends with 30 or 40 gentlemen shaving their heads to raise fund. that's going on in places throughout the world. every shave head becomes a walking billboard in solidarity and awareness while raising money for the fight against paid rick cancer. >> you mentioned --
>> right by the studio. >> here's how it works. people raise money. >> you take the picture, you nd e-mails out and you say i'm shaving my head to become a hero for children. friends, family, colleagues, partners, customers,eet cetera dhoos donate or not. it's no amount is too big or too small. the power of one really has inspired the power of many. just in our event alone, we've had 3800 shavees ove ten years. $178 million raised for st. baldrick's. who do we have wearing the cape in the corner there? >> come on over. >> this is my 18-year-old son. >> what's your name? >> i'm liam. >> nice to meet you. >> good morning. stephanie nice to meet you. >> how did you get roped into this? >> i actually have been doing this for the last ten years
it's beescnrn amazing opportunity to kind -- it's an honor to shave my head in solidarity for the children. >> that's outstanding. you're a good guy. >> stephanie where do you like to start? >> down the middle. >> okay. >> all righr, liam. >> okay. >> how many of these will you do at an event? >> anywhere from 25 to 100. >> holy cow. at one time. >> we raise $100,000 to $400,000 at a single event. the most globally is 1.3 million. >> how are you doing, liam snoo. >> you have a good head of hair. how long does it take to grow in? >> usually a little earlier in march. i usually have a solid head of hair by early summer. >> really? >> i'm telling you, i was joking with you before we went on the air, when you get older, you'll elbe mort sensitive bout these things. especially in the career of newscasting. >> stephanie, hou long does it take? >> about five minutes. >> you were telling me, women have done >> absolutely.
>> so you guys have been doing this for how long? >> this will be the tenth year. >> how has it changed? word-of-mouth? >> the first year, it was one of enfounders kind of challenged us. ywe did it. a lot of people had fun with it. then the next year people flew in for it and the next year, people did their own events. you become a walking billboard. people walk up to liam and say what's up with the ha do. he'll say i'm shaving my head for pediatric cancer. thaley'll say pretty cool. >> bill and joey's excellent shaving adventure mop from 5:s to 10:30 at conley's on the west side. you'll find the link at nbcnewyork.com. >> are you feeling chilly? >> starting to get -- >> rumor that you might come over? >> really. >> i gladly support you. >> i need my hair for my livelihood livelihood. i'm glad to support you guys. >> every three minutes a child
only one in those five chicdren will -- >> it's for a good cause. >> more after this. nicely done. you're looking sharp with the hair. >> thank you. slow, building african-style music it's the little mo nts th nat make the biggest waves. kalahari resorts & conventions the world's coolest indoor waterparks. for the spring break adventure of a lifetime, visit
liam, thanks for coming by. best of luck with the event coming up. we'll have a check of the forecast coming up and our top stories. >> reporter: i'm lori bordonaro live in columbus circle where the sun may be shining, but don't be fooled. the winds are extremely dangerous out here. i'll have the latest coming up. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. in the last 10 years our competitors have received a few awards. only fios has the fastest
some of us waking up to pictures like this, this morning. damage left behind after the storms that moved in last night. more dangerous winds bearing down on usi the stor team 4 forecast is coming up. plus an arrest in the mugging of a 103-year-old woman. what she says about the attack and her alleged attacker. bruss s airport reopens at least a portion of it. less than two weeks after the deadly terror attacks. we'll have an update on the security measures in place. good morning. welcome to "today in new york" on a sunday morning. i'm pat battle. >> i'm gus rosendale. erever eourare in i'd tristate area this morning, ywu're waking up to some sort of wintry lweather and the ind continuing to be an issue this morning. raphael miranda is here in the weather center with an eye on that. what's behind you, is looks like the snow is is moving out. >> the wind not dim irng. they're picki up in intensity. reduced advice nlt there. we're tracking the wind, dangerous damage potential
45 miles per hour in newark, central park with a wind gust of 45 miles per hour. up to 52 laguardia. 51 at jfa and the sustained winds, these are the guss. e sustained w.nds around 30 to 40 miles per hour in some spots. the winds are spreading east into ong gsland. valley stream, a wind gust of 40 miles per hour. we h e seen winds as high as 60 miles per hour throughout this morning. that's where the greatest threat will be. the pink shaded area. at's where the winds wnel be between 50 and 60 miles per hour along the coast there. even as w head inland to the hudson valley, northwest new jersey, you have the potenti for seeing winds between 40 and 50 miles per hour. there's also a dramatic difference in those temperatures. we're down to 35 degrees outside right now. it is windy. we have windchills in the teens and 20s. so cold settling in along witg the dangerous winds. now, there is another chance for snow tonight to your monday morning commute. i'll tell you what that could
slushy coating of snow in the fullforecast. pat and gus, over to you. >> we're watching the weather warnings that he mentioned. dangerous winds, falling temperatures, all of the above. >> lori bordonaro joins us live th what it looks like out there. lori? >> reporter: gus and pat, we're seeing a lot of people in central park this mornins a lot of joggers and people out walking their dogs. the sun out here can be ceiving. take a look. the wind here really picking up in heavy gusts have caused scaffolding to collapse over on riverside oulevard. yoveu can see the pictureshere. the scaffolding crashed down on several cars. we're told deb s is flying around the area. emergency responders are on the scene. we've also seen other areas get hit hard from overnight storms. raritan, new jersey, especially, residents waking up to rooftops d windows bwn off their homes. belongings scattered across
it wasn't just the wind. we saw haio in westchester, the icy conditions causing car s to id off the road and also lightning strikes caused power outages in areas. they're warning residentso prepare for power outages. the winds so strong. they have the ability to knock do, wn power lines. officials warning people to be prepared for possible power outaomges. again, also watch out for falling debris. that's the latest from here. back to you, pat and gus. >> lori bordonaro, live on he west side. thanks, lori. brussels airport is partially reopened this morning, less than two weeks after a suicide bombing in one of its terminals. there is stepped up security but very few flights in or out of the airport. vehicles will be screened on an access road. extra police and soldiers on patrol there. e o ly people flying will be allowed into the departure/check-in htea. that normally busy european hub
officials say a tsu20mi threat has passed after an earthquake in the south pacific. 7.2 quake struck near vanuatsi east of australia. ep damage. we'll continue to follow that and bring you the latest as it's available. everything is back to normal after scares at two of the busiest places in new york city. >> police officers evacuated times square before 8:00 last night. th blocked the area around this moving truck with geoia ates. it r was pro parked outside the marriottanotel. the keys were in the ignition, wires hanging from the dashboard and gas canisters behind the seat. all red flags. somebody called police, they checked it out and gave the all clear. still, the driver was questioned, taken into custody. police evacuated part of the port authority bus terminal because of a suspicious package. they f und it inside the south end of the terminal yesterday afternoon. they asked everybody to clear the terminal. they tell us it was just some
happening today, if you live in yonkers, do not be alarmed if you see a large police presence near a local high school. it's just a drill. yonkers police department going to conducts an active shooter exercise attsincoln high school today. it's the second active shooter drill to be held at schools since march. two more scheduled for may and june. now to decision 2016. the wisconsin primaries just two days away. senator ted cruz is hoping a victory from the badger state. >> cruz spent yesterday in north dakota ti where 25 unbound delegates can vote. trump's top aide is under investigation, nuclear comments under fire and he's facing fallout for his flipflop on abortion and trump continues to do damage control. >> nobody has greater respect for women than donald trump, nobody. i we nominate donald trump, terallection to
silver bow. he loses by double digits. let me tell you, i beat hillary clinton. >> on the democratic side, front-runner hillary clinton trying to fend off a surging rnie sanders. he has the lead in the latest polls. if sanders takes wisconsin, it would be his sixth state win in a row. both stumping in the same city, clinton jabbed at sanders for trecently becoming a democrat. but sanders looked ahead to november. >> i know there is a lot of concern ig wisconsin and around the country that donald trump might become president of the united states. let me reassure you, that will not happen. >> sanders and clinton are bickering about dates for a potential new york debate. before the april 19th primary. clinton discussed the dispute with nbc's chuck todd. >> all right. he's proposed sunday evening, april 17th. e you in? >> i'm not negotiating, chuck.
thursday, the 14th, which it gives people more time to digest what happens in the de te. is he in? you can see the rest of cl ton's interview with chuck todd on "meet the press" had morning. rnc chairman, proo si priebus will also join the goow. you can watch it all on news 4 and that's at 10:30. we brought you this story yesterday morning. police have now arrested the woman accused of robbing a 103-year-old woman in the bronx. 53-year-old sharon mcneal getting into the patrol car followed the elderly woman into her building on friday. once they were in the hallway, she knocked that woman to the floor, stole her purse and a shopping cart with food she had gotten from a nearby community center. the victim barely 4 feet tall. she's legally blind. couldn't even see her attacker really. >> i'm legally blind. they tell me it's a woman, not a man. it's a woman.
sed.ti sair this man had thisboushy hair. it was a woman. >> well, security cameras captured the image before and after that attack. then she was arrested yesterday. as we said, she faces assaur and robbery charges. > a homeless man is clinging to life after a fight in a new york city shelter. police say 55-year-old edwin hernandez punched another resident during an argument at the ea third street men's shelter yesterday. the 69-year-old victim fell to the ground, hit his head in grave condition. this incident the latest in a serieste of violent attacks at homeless shelters. in january, a man was fatally stabbed at a shelter in east harlem. weeks later, a man stabbed her mother and three children in a staten island hotel. a 2-year-old girl is the only survivor. the city is working to make shelters safer. in regards to the latest incidents in a statement, the department of homeless services says no weapon was involved and the guard was on the scene and tried to s i'v tad fight. was uinortunately unable to stop tw blow that caused the
right now, the red cross is assisting a new jersey family after a fire tore through two homes in elizabeth. flames broke out about 5:30 yesterday evening at these two houses on fulton street there. the fide started in an abandoned building but spread to the house ne door where a family was living. five towns of firefighters came in to help bat the flames. >> most likely the buildings will have to be torn down. >> we don't know what sparked the flames. but no one was injured. after the break on "today in new york," a pair of best selling authors and an award winning producers joins us with the secrets of parenting. they have a new book called shoddy mom. we've got two storms to deal with the next 24 hours. one bringing wind, another rain and snow. what will you see tomorrow morning for your commute?
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a look at the tappan zee bridge. shaking all over this mooming. wind warning is in effect for the area. t of construction at the bridge. cranes tied down this morning. lots of frost warnings to our plants. tulips are blooming already. >> they may -- i hope they're okay, pat. cover them if you're really worried about them. you do want to cover t plants. >> i took long time to plant
i may have to. >> twonights. >> winds are a more pressing issue. we have the high wind warning in effect. gusting up to 60 miles per hour this morning. we will see more and more damage ci the morning goes on. structures andwne limbs get weakened hour by hour with the relentless winds. they continue out of northwest. the alexander hamilton bridge, the winds picking up on the bridges and overpases. that's where you get an extra gust if you're driving around. be careful, please. 35 degrees and lots of sunshine. it feels like 24 degrees right now. here are the peak wind gusts that we've seen since midnight and jfk, you have seen a gust of 60 miles per hour. laguardia, 52. centra. park, we just saw this one at 45 miles per hour. 55 miles per horr. th t was your peak gust in newark liberty airport earlier this morning. winds beginning to expand eash across long island.
we've had that in islip and west dester coun. you saw wind gusts near 5 miles per hour in white plains. here are the wind impacts fd the rest of the day. highest winds along the coast where we're seeing them now. the higher elevations. places like the cat skilgs and the hudson valley. strongest winds beg h to diminish this afternoon after 12:00, 1:00 p.m. i'll time it out for you in a minute. power outages, i would expect them. tree damage already happening. that will continue as well. the wind does relax. right now, not relaxing at all. these are the current wind gusts. over 40 miles per hour to white plains to central park. also getting into it in the hamptons. this is the very beginning. you will see the dangerous winds lasting longer. we'll time that out on future wind gusts. this is 10:00 this morning. still seeing the winds around. 40, 45 miles per hour for many coastal locations. by lunchtime, you notice the windsyrelaxing a bit from new york down the jersey shore. now as you head north and east
takes a little longer to get there. by 3:00, 4:00 p.m. you start to in the a difference. the afternoon,t will be breezy. it will still be windy but much better down the jersey shore. instead of wind gusts in the 50s, down to the 20s. that's much better even tonight, this evening looking nice and quiet. on storm tracker, the snow squall, that was affecting suffolk county is now moving away. it's still dealing with a couple of snow flurries and light snow showers. but the worst of the snow now rapidly ending as our storm, this is i' storm number one pulling away this afternoon as it moves away. it takes along the winds with it. look on its heels here, another clipper system. we had almost the exact same picture yesterday at this time. another storm moving on in later tonight into tomorrow. that's going to bring some wintry weather. speaking of wintry, look at what it feels like outside right now. you need to know what to wear and we're talking about windchills in the single digits anckd teens in places like white plains. given that we were in the 70s
this was a dramatic differencek on this sunday. let's show you the snow on the move. future tracker shows quiet throughout the evening. no problems around dinnertime. there is a problem around 4:00 or 5:00 a.m. snow in the hudson valley with the clipper system. forfrour morning commute, mainly rain showers in the city.ybut north of town, you cou d have some wet snow places like sullivan, ulster and dutchess county. maybe even school delays. stay with us over the next 12 to 24 hours. seven-day forecast shows changes day by day. tomorrow is milder with the rain and snow showers. 47 for a high. 39 on tuesday. breezy and cold. wednesday, looking like a pick day of the week. sunshine and ongh of 50 degrees. stay up to date with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the logo in tee corner, scroll down and select the weather tab. use our interactive radar and learn how to submit as.eather video. it's available in the app store right now. napat, over to you. >> thank you, raphael.
are emmy ard winning producers for the "today" sh . but we're editing here, we're going to call it shoddy r. so nice to have you both here. >> thank you for having us. >> thank you for relieving me of my guilt. >> what kind of gimt did you have? >> in the interest of full disclosure, i went on strike last week. i made myself a little sign, strike. moms need help too. iidn't get up, i didn't make coffee, didn't make breakfast. that only lasted one day. >> but i made a difference. >> that's the point. shoddy moms need t give themselves a moment. a moment to press the recharge button, to not make breakfast, to maybe have an extra hit ofo housewives if they need it. ey just need to figure -- they just need to figure out
them feel better. when they feet better owe. >> mommy i happy, everybody is happy. >> absolutely. >> the point is, let's point out that this is a tongue in cheek look at parenting. but it realleedoes hit on soncmething on every page everybody can relate to. >> absolutely. it's about getting rid of the guilt, embracing the less than perfect parenting moments and laughing about them instead of crying about them. we received a tweet this morning. it was somebody saying that she said her son was complaining -- shestold him to f-off. won't say the word. she said the only crime was he didn't like the willie nelson music. it wasn't that i said the word. >> oh, my gosh. you know what, i love the way you divided this book up into seasons. you start with the spring and spring break and what you do during spring break and go to the new year's resolutions. one of my favorites is like, my
school. at least -- -- we had april fool's day. >> anything. >> spring brings on spring cleaning. there are ways to move things that you really don't want your kids to have anymore. shove things under the dresser theerarsingor the credenza or wherever you need to so it's displaced for a while. when they stop asking for it, you can quickly and quietly reweve it from the ho . spring cleaning. then there's spring break. we do not like the word stay-cation. moms never get a vacation. >> never. >> that means -- >> erase stay-cation from your vocabulary, please. it's not fair to any of us. it's not. >> it's definitely not. we know that.
know that despite our failures, they won't be. >> it's going bacy to parenting the way our parents ttrented, which is exactly going one strike. how many times did our mom go on strike? every day. she was like send us out with a water hose. go have fun, when the sun comes down x make you're back. >> it doesn't mean we're bad or horrible or mean moms, it means going back to that moment of i need a break. when do we need a break? because every decision we make has to do with our childrens >> absolutely. >> rarely go the decisions -- rarely are they made about us. that's what we need to get back to that's the core message. moms need to take power back and parents as we . dads as well. they kind of give themselves a eak. >> yeah. >> but mostly us. >> it's about us. >> actly. >> crying. >> exactly. the book premieres when? >> tuesday.
i'm so happy to get an advance copy. >> all right. >> mama sn strike. >> thank you so much both of you for coming in and joining us. it's called shoddy mom for all seasons. it's on bookshelves the 5 of april. stay >> with us. (mailman) what are you guys doing? (receptionist) it-it gets boring between calls so i make phone music. (security guard) she has a gift. (receptionist) i'll bust out some sample bes for you. (mailman) why don't you try a new york lottery scratch-off game instead? it's fun. (receptionist) i'm incredible at this. (avo) take a break from the expected. pl oay scratch-off games from the
>> they pitted a news anchor against one of trump's supporters who would say anything to defend the gop front-ru er. >> donald trump said that women who get abortions should be "punished." how do you fend that? >> okay, so no. okay. so what that is, is, was donald was just making an april fools joke because it was april fool's. >> said that ons.arch 30th. this is why it is so funny. >> there are plenty of spoofs on the game thrones w h the host peter ding laj including a look at season 6 with bobby moynahan playing a dragon. you're a fan of show. >> i'm a big fan. i can't wait for the premiere. walking dead tonight, though. see when the winds might dieodopl. the seven-day forecast.
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blue skies over the tristate area, but the weather story continues. >> it looks good, but still dangerous out there. the wind are gusting over 50 miles per hour. the latest wind gust we have for you right now. 51 miles per hour at jfk. delays at that airport as well. if you have travel plans, definitely call ahead. the wind will be between 50 and 60 miles per hour from the jersey shore through long island. the worst winds along the coast. they'll gradually diminish after lunchtime. until then, if you can stay
it's also very cold out there. why would you want to be outside? it's 35 degrees anyway. windchills are stuck in the 20s throughout the day. another round of rain and snow overnight into tomorrow morning. that's very light though. we're not going to see any accumulations in the city. but a little soggy for the yanks home opener tomorrow in the 40s. >> i hope they get it in. see you back here at 10:00. sit tight for open house c with from the minimalist architectural details newl built five bedroom home. and an understated family-friendly home just outside of san francisco. the master bedroom was originally a cavernous blank slate. however, what we wanted to create was a sophistica d treetop nest. we tour a luxurious sanctuary in bel hair with neutral interiors. welcome to this magnificent estate i bel air crest. us, architect luca