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three finishes in the four fights on the card on ufc fight night, as we welcome you back to the desk, curt menafee with brian stann and light heavyweight champion daniel cormier, we heard at the end rumble johnson can't wait to fight whoever wins, in your next fight. >> daniel: great performance by anthony johnson. this is what that man can do to anyone in this division. if you're not prepared, if you have a bad game plan, anything is not perfect, anthony johnson will finish you. anthony johnson wrestled in junior college. this was not the shot. you don't shoot from halfway across the octagon. he understands the game good enough to know how to sprawl. you have to take advantage to get there. bader wasn't willing to. >> brian: the shot wasn't the biggest mistake. what ryan bader tried to do was shoot, make anthony johnson work, force him to wrestle early
he went for the kimura and even when he lost his leverage and anthony johnson had both legs wrapped around him he stuck with it, he was caught in the mound, head pressed up against the fence, the tactical error where any other guy he's mounted by he's probably going to escape from but he's so strong. one mistake. >> joe: so terrified of the punches that by the time he was mounted he didn't want to let go of the arm. >> daniel: you have to realize "i've lost this position. i have to get back to a safe space, maybey take one or two to get back to my feet. he was so afraid of the power he didn't do that. >> curt: you're not assuming you win -- >> daniel: john and i will fight. why wouldn't he keep going to fight these other guys. >> curt: everybody takes him deep. he can't get him deep. for a complete wrapup of tonight's action we hope you you
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the stops to rally as much support as possible as the clock ticks down to monday's big event. fox 5 is here to break us down. reporter: we are learning more about the scandal surrounding hillary clinton. secretary of state john kerry said the e-mails are being withheld at the request of the u.s. intelligence community who has been some of clinton's e-mails -- to release under any circumstances. the white house has postponed the e-mail server contained closely guarded secrets. the state department's holding 22 e-mails of which seven they say are classified top secret. >> the seven e-mails are a few e-mails at any rate are being withheld at the request of the intelligence community itself create report to secretary of state john kerry couldn't talk specifics.
requirements to lease these e-mails according to the freedom of information act requirements. reporter: clinton said in a passion never sang classified information to a private account. the scandal surrounding her -- in iowa before the iowa caucus on monday. of course candidates couldn't hold back from blasting former secretary of state marco rubio criticizing her and front rent donald trump taking to twitter tweeting the new e-mail released as a disaster for hillary clinton. at a minimum how can someone with such bad judgment be our next president? bernie sanders took a different approach. >> i'm not going to being gauged in personal attacks. >> the parties in full swing making their final pitches. >> if i'm elected president let me tell you what i intend to do on the first day in office. the first thing i intend to do is resend every single illegal
>> a change in our country, change in the world has never come from on top. it has always come from millions of people standing up for justice. reporter: donald trump is the front-runner in iowa. behind him comes ted cruz and marco rubio in their place. hillary clinton come its not all bad news. the newspaper is backing her up. today the ohio governor public and john kasich were endorsed by "the new york times." christina: all eyes on hillary clinton now. jessica thank you. said musetto colorado one person is dead and several injured after shooting at the denver coliseum this afternoon. jill st. george has the details. >> several shooting victims. reporter: multiple victims and at least one dead after violence breaks out in a bike show in
>> i saw a bunch of people scatter. reporter: eyewitnesses tell us they heard people get shot and stabbed and the conflict involves biker gangs and at least nine rushed to area hospitals. this all happened on the stairwells and then there was a bunch of motorcycle guys beating up another guy on the top of the stairs. reporter: our cameras were first on scene capture 1% handcuffs the police reiterate no one has been arrested. >> at this time we cannot have anyone in custody. >> it appears that happen inside the western complex next to the colosseum. the official name of the event as the colorado motorcycle x. both. admission is $15 thousands were inside at the time. no word on what sparked the violence. >> this biker who saw parts of the pandemonium said
has become all too common. not surprised, gunshots rang out. >> you are aware of what goes on here so if you start seeing things it's time to go. christina: a dramatic rescue when the scaffold partially collapsed leaving for workers dangling from the building. one worker was rescued with an aerial ladder and one was brought up to the roof using a rope and the other two were pulled into the building through windows. diamond castellanos told fox 5 the workers were terrified. >> the guy had, was hanging on to the railings of the windows and he was saying help, help, help can you please let me in. christina: the fdny said the rescue took about 10 minutes. mayor de blasio taking quick
another murder inside a homeless shelter. adding increased security and adding more mental health specialists. this is after devon black was found wednesday night stabbed to death in his room at the boulevard homeless shelter in east harlem. mayor de blasio said what happened was deeply disturbing. >> this is a shelter that had metal detectors, that had its own private security, that had all the things that we need to make sure shelters are safe. something went wrong and we will do a full and guest -- investigation. christina: 21-year-old anthony white is still on the run. don't forget it's time to dig out your car if you haven't already done so. alternate side working begins monday more than a week after the historic blizzard dumped over 2 feet of snow in our city.
have come to an end in california. police arrested the two remaining fugitives a day after one of escapees turned himself in. reporter: authorities say the people in california can breathe a sigh of relief after three escapees amid taken into custody. they have been asking for the public's help and it turns out paid off. saturday morning a woman reported a white van to officers patrolling the park district in san francisco. she told the officers it look like a the van on the news. officers realized it was a stolen van link to hossein nayeri and jonathan tieu. according to the orange county sheriff officers approached the van. nayeri was chased down a place in the handcuffs and jonathan tieu was found inside the van. no one was hurt. the suspects were believed to be armed and dangerous and authorities found three ammunition rounds in the van but did not find the gun to go with
there has been a lot of momentum leading up to their capture. thursday authorities arrested a woman who taught english in the deal with the three men broke out and she admitted she provided google map images of the jail. she faces charges related to the escape and is set to appear in court on monday. on friday the third escapee bac duong turned himself in santa ana happen hour from los angeles he was cooperative with authorities and the other two were spotted by the citizen in san francisco said when asked if the woman would get the 200,000-dollar reward the sheriff said she certainly deserves some of that money. will carr "fox news." christina: just how much of our work day do we spend wasting time? the answer is coming up and why so many people decided to dive into the hudson river today
it was a perfect practice round on the night before greece live which will air on fox 5 tomorrow night at 7:00. don't miss your chance to sing along with danny sandy rizzo and the rest of the gang -- gang from radio high tomorrow night at seven on fox. a big day for 30 visually impaired and blind athletes. they competed in cheerleading and wrestling competitions at that these athletic association the blind tournament. this tournament took place at a new york institute for special education in the bronx. students from schools all along the ease coast participated. a 2014 report called the ark city schools the most segregated in the nation and that segregation gets even worse when the neighborhood is gentrified. our city has started a pilot program that allows seven public schools to set aside some of their fees for lower income students and those learning english. the program is a success backers
there. 34-degree water temperatures did not stop spammers from jumping into the hudson river today. dozens took part in the swimming association's national championship. fox 5's dan bowens has all the chilly details. reporter: . >> the cold takes away your breath. reporter: for these athletes extreme cold is the best part of the competition. how far did you guys go this morning? >> 25-meter breaststroke. reporter: from the breaststroke to the freestyle this is the first-ever u.s. winter swimming national championship. >> just resign yourself to the fact that you will have to take it as it comes and make the best of it. reporter: people plunging into that river from all over the world. >> i'm from latvia. reporter: my teeth are chattering just talking to you.
are moving. >> you are like i got used to let me just go and get it over with. reporter: at just 10 years old he's the youngest coney island polar bear member who helped sponsor this event. this was her first race. the that's the first part. >> in the middle of it i did my best. reporter: how frigid is it? air temperature new york city is 37 degrees and the hudson river even colder at 34 degrees. with ems teams watching closely organizers say the polar swim benefits. >> coming out you feel euphoric and cold water has been anti--- effects. so. reporter: . >> you can deal with other
>> isil and dependent that i'm the only crazy tenure world that would do it. reporter: dan bowens "fox 5 news." time for check on the weather. audrey joins us now. audrey: it's definitely january like across the region. temperatures average with a temperature of 39 degrees which we had at 4:00 earlier this afternoon. a degree cooler with a 30-degree reading in the park. dewpoint dry and comfortable we have a south to southwest wind coming in at 12 miles per hour so a bit of a one show which i will show in a minute. areawide where mostly in the 30s to low 40s around bridgeport or montauk nice temperatures considering its late january. the winds coming out of the southwest at a good direction. i will keep temperature steady through the overnight and will help bump up our numbers to above average readings as we go
with the breeze factor is feeling like the 20s and the 30s across the tri-state area and we do have partly cloudy conditions at the moment. we will stay that way as we go through the rest of the night in high pressure will keep things dry across much of the northeast. readings in the 30s from boston to albany 32 blames bird 50 in pittsburgh and the wind direction coming from the southwest will bring up the numbers into our area starting tomorrow. satellite and radar shows lots of clouds in place over the northeast no rain associated in the tri-state area. most of that is happening towards maine with the disturbance passing to the northeast. elsewhere across the nation it's pretty quiet at eastern have a nation and as the west that we are focusing on. in area of low pressure developing and making his way across the nation bring another chance of rain or an extensive rainfall late monday afternoon into the evening. i had at the system very mild
where we are finding readings in the 60s and 70s tomorrow. 80s over south texas and cooler weather sitting over the northern plains towards the pacific northwest. l.a. checking in at 59 for a hike tomorrow. partly cloudy skies tonight tomorrow mix of sun and clouds and that will be the same for sunday. temperatures will be 10 degrees warmer than they were around the area today with high numbers in the 40s them on monday we will start out with filtered sunshine in the clouds will thicken up in a cold front to the west will showers across the area from monday. those exit by monday night in waste day one -- driver one more day. in the meantime tonight no range is partly cloudy skies. won't be as cool as it was last night we temperatures mostly in the upper 20s to low to mid-30s. tomorrow a mix of sun and clouds monday.
tomorrow in the 50s on monday. rain showers on monday tuesday back into the 40s once again in another round of rain comes in on wednesday. it's looking like a more substantial rainfall. check out the numbers, highs in the upper 50's and i wouldn't doubt if we saw 60-degree readings on wednesday and stay dry for the second half of the weakest temperatures remain above-average for this time of year. christina: it looks like it will feel more springlike the middle part of next week. you and i are her own social media a lot. how many hours do people spend at work? what would you say. [inaudible question] too at work? us, i would say about three hours. christina: social media is kind of your job these days. people spend an hour a day at
that's according to a new study from the national bureau of economic research. they found american employees spend an average of 34 to 50 minutes not working and half of that time was spend eating. the other on leisure activities like searching the web, watching youtube videos, chatting with co-workers and exercising? and oklahoma doctor is finding sometimes music can be the best medicine. happy birthday to you. reporter: dr. cory finch ranson urging kerry -- urging care clinic and his co-workers say he is constantly singing the office. dr. friends that helped him calm down. if you listen he was even offered an recording contract they turned it down to a people.
sports. reporter: of course during the season giants fans can't get enough of odell beckham junior 100 -- one-handed catches. wait until you see the 10 dell pulled off in hawaii. >> new york is much more than fires and traffic accidents. the greatest city in the world. >> we have life. >> i can't look backwards. >> in the beginning you have that fear factor. >> that so far down. i did it. >> the view is right in our backyard to orson new york city. >> perfect when you can look back at a picture and say i
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christina: tina: ball is not the competitive game there's an nfl game tomorrow the pro-bowl from hawaii and the giants had two other star players there odell beckham junior and eli manning but eli is taking it pretty seriously. >> i'm going to go there and put on a good show. we want to play well but a lot of us have pride about this game and their skill sets. the guys want to go out there and be productive. tina: odell has been showing his skills or practice. hall-of-famer terry rice's reaction to one of odell's one-handed catches. it's amazing he can do this all the time and he just may do that in tomorrow nights game. serena williams is ranked as the world's number one player in
audrey's favorite too that last year at the u.s. open in new york it was stunning when serena lost to unranked roberta vinci. overnight at the women's finals in the australian open it happened again. despite being a six-time aussie champ serena seemed out of sorts. number seven from germany capitalized on match point. a forehand volley and curve or couldn't believe it. kerber beats serena in three sets to win her first major title. serena calendar slam chances are ever. madison square garden st. johns hosts villanova. villanova is ranked sixth in the nation and gunning for their third straight regular-season championship in a reconfigured big east and coast j. wright is coached for seven seasons loves playing in new york but even more now the same john head coach is back.