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>> reporter: that's right, dave. you can only imagine how that woman must have felt. she left her car running with her infant niece in the backseat. she went into the subway, that restaurant that's behind me. she went in to get a sandwich, and moments later she turned around and the car and the baby were gone. but, yes, this story has a happy ending. it ended happily and quickly. the baby and her aunt and her mother were reunited after the thieves abandoned the car a short distance away. now this all happened around 8:00 this morning outside the subway restaurant here on union boulevard in bay shore. the car was found abandoned on a side street just a short distance away as i said after a massive and intense search. they had k-9s out here, helicopters out here. they searched the neighborhood surrounding the restaurant. the child was perfectly fine, and the thieves remained at large late this afternoon.
aunt who was baby-sitting the child at the time. but residents here we spoke with said it was irresponsible. >> i'm glad they got the baby. i'm glad the baby's okay, but i think she'll be more cautious now and not leave her child in the car. >> maybe it's a wake-up call to a lot of people that might be watching this. >> yes, it's a wake-up call because you never know these days. people are crazy. >> reporter: and, again, to recap, the child is fine. the car has been found. the thieves, however, have not. anybody who has information that might help police solve this case is urged to call the suffolk county police. a news conference i'm told is now scheduled for 12:30 this afternoon. we'll have much more on this developing story on eyewitness news first afternoon. we're live in bay shore long island, n. j. burkett channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you n. j. turning to the intense fire that destroyed several homes and businesses in westchester county. firefighters remain on the scene nearly 11 hours after
flames began to burn through a row of buildings in mount vernon. eyewitness news reporter tim fleischer live at the scene. >> reporter: at this noon hour, you can see behind me here a lot of this rubble is still smoldering. they've been pouring water on the hot spots the better part of the day. that deli you see, sal's deli, it was very popular. it has been destroyed along with four other businesses. >> it didn't take long fire officials say for this blaze to quickly engulf the small strip of stores here on grammarton avenue in mount vernon. >> we had tremendous smoke pushing out, intense heat in the basement and it ran across the roof into the other stores. >> there was a three-story apartment structure above the stores. residents safely escaped but lost everything. >> in under one hour the building fully collapsed, the residential area did collapse. >> they fought this fire with just 37 firefighters doing the best they could. next door to the fire is nelson mandela high school where power had been shut off due to the fire.
>> we were called in just to come by to make sure that everything is okay on that side. the building is closed due to the fire. >> this woman told eyewitness news reporter kristin thorne she worked at top cut salon. >> you're very sad. >> this was your job. >> come and get me because my job. >> in the past there was a fire there so nervous because i went through this. fairbanks dry cleaning business for 29 years is glad no one was >> everybody's safe that think god. >> he now thinks it's time to retire. others who frequent those businesses are concerned about all those people out of work. >> what about the people behind the counters, go home sunday
to monday morning. this is horrible. >> back live now, you can see where those workers had jobs at one time, but again these businesses have been destroyed. together. also yonkers and pelham, their fire departments came in to assist at one point and this investigation. reporting live in mount vernon, eyewitness news. secretary of state john kerry is trying to stop the relentless violence between the israelis and palestinians. kerry is in spain right now and has spoken with leaders from urgent action for peace. this follows a deadly attack at an israeli bus station over the weekend, and increasing tension between palestinian protestors and armed forces. also today isis released a israel. new information on a case immortalized in the movie goodfellas. in a brooklyn federal court the kyle for one of the men charged in the notorious mob heists has
begun. vincent asaro helping to plan the $6 million lufthansa robbery in kennedy airport in 1978. lawyers have made their opening statements and the first witness has taken the stand. this is the first prosecution in the case. turning now to sports and reason for local fans to smile. the mets are two games away from the world series after beating the cubs last night. >> what a game. the team tweeted out a photo of players getting on a plane for chicago just after game 2 victory in the national league championship series. eyewitness news reporter joe torres big met fan himself, live at citi field with reaction from fans who may be recovering from the excitement. how are you doing more importantly? >> he's pumped. >> reporter: this is awesome. shirleen you're from queens, whether you're in queens, brooklyn, staten island, long island, people today walking around just seem to have an extra bounce in their step today. why? why? the mets have a 2-0 lead in the best of 7 national league championship series against the chicago cubs. they're halfway towards
clinching the national league pennant. two more wins and they're on their way to the fall classic, the world series, for the first time since 2000. you think people are pumped? listen to the fans we caught up with today in time square. >> murphy's going to hit a few more home runs. harvey's going to strike a couple more guys out. it's going to be a good year. i mean we've already done better than most people hope or expected. >> i think it's good to see. it's been nine years. it's been a long time. having four young starting pitchers to go up against the cubs is fantastic. i think we probably cleared out two out of three in chicago. >> i think we'll definitely win. they're going to sweep the cubs, and then after that it doesn't matter who they play. >> go mets. >> go mets. >> let's go mets. david and shirleen, true story. i'm coming in to work yesterday on the back of my car i have a let's go mets license plate holder.
there's a guy behind me on the 79th street exit just leaning on his horn, and i'm reviewing the last 5 miles in my mind thinking did i cut somebody off, i was i going too slow. the guy pulls along side me. rolls down his window. i'm doing the same, i'm about to give him a piece of my mind and he looks at me and goes let's go mets and i looked at him and go yeah, let's go mets and off he goes. >> that's a different kind of road rage if you will. >> yes, yes, it's mets rage. >> coming up at 5:00, you've got to stay with us, we have a barometer that will truly measure whether you are a long suffering orange and blue mets fan or whether you bought a hat yesterday and jumped on the bandwagon today, which is okay. it's a big bandwagon, there's room for everybody. but the true test at 5:00. live outside city filed, i'm joe torres channel 7 eyewitness news. good times. >> glad it ended with a go mets. sports anchor laura behnke,
reporter anthony johnson are traveling to chicago. watch for their reports right here on eyewitness news. remember, you can show your support for the mets by sharing your photos with us on social media using the hashtag abc7ny, and you can see those photos right here on the air. former nba star lamar odom is said to be showing signs he could recover from a medical emergency that left him in a coma for nearly three days. sources tell abc news the queens native is "doing very well. odom may be moved from a hospital in nevada to one in los angeles to one in los angeles for the next few days. the 35-year-old was found unconscious at the love ranch brothel. we got off to a chilly start this week, but meteorologist bill evans says a warmup is on the way. right bill? >> exactly right. check out these temperatures at noon. they're a little on the chilly side. 47 in the park to 39 up toward monticello, 47 around elizabeth and newark and staten island, brooklyn queens. north to a northwest wind, and
it's going to warm up. it's going to warm up fast. we're talking about 70s by wednesday. we'll talk about that and a sneak peek at the mets baseball weather in chicago coming up tomorrow night. shirleen. >> can't wait. thank you bill. >> also ahead, a 12-year-old girl killed by a stray bullet. we will show you what's being done to help her young classmates cope with her tragic death. >> and will vice president joe
the cell phones of those participates in zombicon in fort myers. investigators are hoping to identify the shooter who opened fire at the crowded charity event. one of the survivors describes the chaos and shock of the attack. >> i heard like some commotion, and i looked down at my hand, and there's a giant hole in it basically. >> the gentleman who got shot next to me is the guy who ended up dying. me standing feet away got only shot in the hand, and he's being buried. >> 20-year-old expavius taylor died in the shooting. a race against time to save hundreds of villagers who are trapped in the philippines after a deadly typhoon swept through the area. it hit the region yesterday leaving in its aftermath high water and destruction. reported dead. 16,000 are forced from their homes, and nine provinces have no electricity at this hour. the federal government is
cracking down on the use of drones. the transportation department's new rules will require most owners to register the aircraft. the change follows an increasing number of close calls between drones and airplanes including at least seven cases at jfk and newark airports this year. the final rules should be in place just in time for the holidays when drones are expected to be a popular gift. oprah winfrey is hoping to turn around weight watchers. the talk show host has a 10 percent stake in the company and taking a seat on the board of directors. this morning's announcement drew other investors. the company's stock is up sharply. the company has been struggling with profits falling in the last couple of years. a community in rocklin county angry over a help wanted ad that specified no haitians. the ad in the rocklin county penny saver set off a firestorm online and prompted action by
>> the ad is a blatant form of discrimination which cannot be tolerated in our community or in our state. >> the senator calling on the attorney general to take action against the penny saver and the advertiser interim health care incorporated. the company president issued a statement apologizing saying the ad is unacceptable and offensive. the company said it hired an independent third-party to conduct a review of exactly what happened. many of us read the product reviews when we shop online. we admit it too, but how do you know if they are real or fake. we'll show you what amazon's doing to put a stop to those phony reviews. >> and a crowd watches as a skydiving stunt suddenly takes a frightening turn. we'll show you what happens next. >> wow. and taking a live look outside shall we? meteorologist bill evans is up
state ford dealers thank you for help protect our children. >> bill, i saw my breath this morning. just so you know. >> who's my breath? >> old, old friend. >> that's be this guy that was a cloud coming out of my mouth. >> that old friend was here. >> and he wants to stay. i don't like it. >> it was cold and dense. that's when you can see your breath. the air mass is cold. it's dense. there's moisture out there, and boy, you put it out, and boy, that dry and the warm get together, and well, you know what, that's gone now. you won't have to see your
breath tomorrow. >> good. >> and we won't have to either. >> good. >> let's take a look outside -- >> i know where you're going with this. >> this will freshen your breath. >> there you go. >> this was yesterday. >> what? >> yeah, i was out there too, and this hit me in the mouth and i went -- what was that. >> hail? wow. >> shirleen, that's the griss factory in mounterland it exploded yesterday. snow coming down, it came down for a little while. we had such cold air aloft yesterday, actually, it was some of those bursts of snow that made it all the way down and that cold air from the great lakes. so here's what we have at noontime today, and now we're going to rebound nicely with blue skies and sunshine. we're going to be looking at a temperature of 47 degrees when it should be right at about 60 for this hour. we're way cooler than normal for this time of the year. the winds are dry.
did you check out that barometer, 30.50. really strong dense high pressure is over us. normal high is 63. we'll barely get to 52 today, but the weather and the temperature are rebounding on the warm side nicely tomorrow. sunsets around 6:10 this evening. it's 44 at kingston and poughkeepsie and around newburgh it's 43 to carmel 46 around yonkers to norwalk. it is a cool, crisp chilly day today, and we'll continue through the afternoon. just a light wind that has been out of the north and out of the northwest riding across here, single-digit winds. it's not so harsh. and we have clear skies. you see the wind profiles here. check the wind profiles to the west. they're really coming up into chicago and providing a lot of warm there. for tomorrow night baseball weather should be in the 60s. it should be in chicago about 72 for the high. some 60s for baseball tomorrow night and this warm air will slide our way starting tomorrow as well. so through wednesday we've got a nice warmup here. this cold canadian high slides eastward, and we'll have
sunshine building in. we should be at 68 degrees tomorrow and ahead of this front we'll get to about 73, even warmer on wednesday. for the afternoon. 52 is 10 degrees cooler than we're at 47 tonight. right around 40 in the suburbs, temperatures. and tomorrow we've got a mixture of sun and clouds, high of 68. here's your accuweather seven- day forecast, sunshine, 73 on wednesday, and thursday. a little cool down friday, and we're back to some normal temperatures for the weekend. >> be nice to see 70s again. >> it would be. >> i'm going to put like otis across my forehead like up and down, you know, the temperatures are up and down. >> let me tell you, in the elevator joke area that kills them every time. they love that one. >> i'm number one elevator. >> at the elevator conventions. >> yes. >> they love you. >> thank you bill. >> first lady michelle obama stepping up her efforts to promote her reach higher initiative. the program that encourages
she has unveiled a new website called bettermakeroom.org. it will provide information on how to sign up for the s.a.t. and a. c. t. exam. it also instructs kids ages 14 and 19 how to fill out federal financial aid forms and apply to college. it a's great source of information. >> very helpful and perfect timing for that. >> caught on camera, a pizza delivery man gets a nearly $2000 tip. see why this act of kindness comes at a time he needs it
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a rescue at sea, a skydiving stunt takes a frightening turn and a nearly $2000 tip. just some of the stories that were caught on camera and caught our attention. we begin with a dramatic rescue in the waters off the coast of florida that was captured by a passenger on a royal caribbean cruise ship. a passenger standing on deck as the boat left port canaveral, spotted a small raft, moments later a coast guard helicopter was spotted circling it. seven cubans were rescued from that raft. it turns out the survivors had been stuck out at sea for ten days with just a small amount of water and crackers. also caught on camera,
the weekend as wind blows a parachutist way off course. the man was part of a four- person team scheduled to jump on sunday. the performance was canceled due to high winds. parachutists had already jumped. he landed on top of a vendor's tent knocking over tons of merchandise. the man suffered a broken limb. thankfully that's all that happened. >> how do they take off $1900 zone. >> oh, heck no. >> oh heck yes. >> oh, yeah. cameras rolling as a pizza delivery man in alaska gets surprised with the tip of a lifetime. it happened at a church, parishioners collected $1900 for him. while at the pizza shop recently the pastor learned that the worker is dealing with high medical women. he encouraged congregants to donate, and they banded together and they made it happen for that gentleman right there. pretty amazing. >> it sure is. it's great to see.
football fans will get a special treat during half-time during tonight's giant's game. a new full trailer for star debut. a tease of the film was just released. it features new characters as well as some familiar faces. where is luke? that's a big question. it has hans solo, princess tickets are go on sale after trailer. you can see the giants take on the eagles tonight on the pix11, kickoff set for 8:30. we're going to have much more hour. a community in mourning after a stray bullet. her classmates returning to her death. plus a new feud between gop presidential contenders jeff
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so if you're turning 65 soon, call now and get started. because the time to think about tomorrow...is today. go long. you're watching new york's number 1 news, channel 7 eyewitness news at noon with david novarro, shirleen allicot, and meteorologist bill evans. now eyewitness news continues. >> our top stories this afternoon, a car was stolen on long island this morning with baby inside. a woman walked into a subway restaurant when thieves jumped in her car and stole it with her niece inside the car. we're told the baby is okay. police found the car minutes later with the child in the backseat. smoke is still billowing at a strip mall in mount vernon. overnight flames tore through five businesses and a three- story apartment building collapsed about an hour into
the fire. no one was hurt, 12 people were displaced. fire officials are trying to figure out the cause. >> and mets fans are celebrating today after beating the cubs in game 2 of the national league championship series last night. game 3 against the cubs tomorrow in chicago. the mets are now two wins away from securing a spot in the world series. that sounds pretty good to say. hello, i'm david novarro. >> and i'm shirleen allicot. we begin this half hour with the death of a young long island. >> dejah joyner's classmates returned to school for the first time since her death. the 12-year-old died over the weekend when a stray bullet killed her. this afternoon grief counselors are there to help students through the day. eyewitness news reporter kemberly richardson in hempstead with more. >> reporter: as you can imagine, a really tough day for everyone here at hempstead middle school. dejah was a 7th grader. she was at school on friday like all of her friends, went home for the weekend. no one imagined the 12-year-old
of course this is all very upsetting and confusing to these kids. one way they're working through their pain expressing their loss is with messages to dejah. the kids are working on a huge pink banner. a beautiful memorial to an incredible little girl who was a girl scout. she loved to dance, she loved to sing. the district has mobilized its crisis intervention team to meet and talk with students not only here but at the high school where dejah's brother plays football. here at the middle school, the more than 1500 students are trying to get their minds around what happened. friday night dejah was standing in her living room when a stray bullet meant for someone else pierced the front window and pierced dejah in the head. she died in the hospital saturday night. some of her classmates who lived near her are telling school officials today they are afraid realizing it could have been them. the principal tells me these children are experiencing
really a range of emotions. >> i have comforted a couple of students who had just been with her, a student that just says but mr. rios, you know, she told me she'll be back, and i was waiting for her at the soccer field to watch soccer practice. those raw emotions like that. i think right now the best thing that we can do is just be there for them, give them the hug that they need at this time, and share with them that pain. >> reporter: touching, dejah's plastic birthday crown right there. she just turned 12 and wore it at school all day. she even gave it to the social worker here at the school whose birthday was the next day. she says she will keep that crown forever. grief counselors will remain here at the school for as long as needed. the principal also said one thing he made sure to tell the kids they asked about dejah, they assured them that the doctors came into the room and told them because all of this
of course at this hour, no arrests and that $75,000 reward is still on the table. we'll have much more on this story coming up later on eyewitness news. for now we're live in hempstead, kemberly richardson channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you. a woman used her teeth to fight off an attempted sexual attacker in popular manhattan park. investigators say a man confronted a 63-year-old woman in the restroom in union square yesterday afternoon. the woman told police he demanded she perform a sex act but she managed to bite his hand during a struggle and ran away. investigators say the suspect may be homeless and is in his jacket. police in brooklyn arrested a 15-year-old boy for vandalizing the 9/11 memorial an eyewitness said the boy across the wall. police chased him down just a year ago a homeless man vandalized the memorial and he was also charged with criminal
pistorius is leaving prison today to start four years of house arrest. pistorius won't have to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet but he can't handle a gun and has to go to psychotherapy. the double amputee was sentenced to five years in prison for the death of his girlfriend reeva steencamp. now to vote 2016 and developments in both the republican and democratic side. a new feud between donald trump and jeb bush. bush calling the republican front runner unfit to be president. this comes after trump's 9/11. all this as questions remain on whether joe biden will enter the race. kenneth moton live in d. c. with the very latest. >> reporter: the majority of the candidates are off the trail today, but donald trump >> donald trump is gearing up for a rally in south carolina tonight, but he spent the weekend picking a fight with jeb bush over his brother. >> when you talk about george bush, say what you want, the world trade center came down
during his time. >> trump's remarks on bloomberg tv suggesting president george w. bush was to blame for the 9/11 attacks had jeb fired up. >> mr. trump talks about things that -- as though he's still on the apprentice. he's not taking the responsibility, the possibility of being president of the united states seriously. >> once the republican front runner's trailing far behind, bush down in the polls low on money is pulling out the attack ads. >> i'm used to dealing with killers. >> let me tell you, i'm a really smart guy. >> the democrats were a little more light hearted over the weekend. >> we're doomed. we need a revolution. >> bernie sanders has some fun after he was spoofed by comedian larry david on saturday night live. >> maybe i'll imitate larry david imitating me. >> a new cnn poll released this morning shows hillary clinton is holding on to her lead, 45% with vice president joe biden in the race, 56% without the vp who could announce his decision any day now.
>> i think he has the next 48 or 72 hours to get in. >> the vice president has a full schedule ahead. right now he's delivering climate change. later today he has an afternoon meeting with president obama, and then an evening reception at the naval observatory. and shirleen. reports live in washington, ken et moton channel 7 eyewitness news. >> i still can't get past the larry david impersonation of bernie sanders. >> we want to turn now to meteorologist bill evans. he has the after school, accuweather forecast. >> we've got a lot of sunshine. the temperature here at noontime really nice. we're into the low 50s by about 3:00 between 3 and 4, and then we drop on into the 40s tonight with clear skies. after school kiddos make sure you dress in a few layers, sports after school, 52 with a little cool breeze out of the northest. we'll talk more about a big warmup into the 70s by wednesday and your accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> thanks a lot.
will visit with president obama. ahmed mohamed's story sparked outrage globally and got the attention of the president who extended the invitation to the white house. he will take part in an astronomy night event. in the end police never pursued charges against him. abc's jimmy kimmel is in town. he'll do his late night show in brooklyn this week. in advance he's been a busy guy. kimmel is from brooklyn but last night he was in queens throwing out the first pitch in game 2 of the mets game. happily the ball made it all the way to the plate as kimmel explained on good morning >> it was very windy. it was very cold, and you get out there and all of a sudden you realize, oh, i'm at citi field, and it's the playoffs and i'm throwing out the first pitch, and it's a no win situation. if it's a bad pitch you will see it replayed for the whole rest of your life. >> kimmel also stopped by our studios appearing on live with kelly and michael this morning, and he spent some time with eyewitness news entertainment reporter sandy kenyon. you can see sandy's report
later this afternoon. you can watch kimmel's first show in brooklyn on the abc watch app or right here on channel 7. actor bill murray and singer ryan adams will be on the show. it airs tonight at 11:30 right after eyewitness news at 11. >> just so funny. channel 7nyu helping provide free dental screenings this week. >> it's an annual partnership, and today we want to focus on something many people think about getting dental implants. eyewitness news reporter mallory hoff has the story. >> rose patrovich is looking forward to smiling more often. >> practical and also the beauty, everything, and of course you need to eat. >> she says she knows she's in good hands with dr. edgar elchar, he's performed and seen thousands of dental implants as the post graduate director of nyu college of dentistry.
dr. elchar says for most patients a dental implant with a titanium screw and porcelain alternative. >> it gives them confidence, it gives them aesthetics and hygiene because the problem with the bridge, you cannot floss or clean in between them. >> he says for patients dental implants can be life changing. >> not only their health, their confidence and make them happier and they can smile with confidence. they don't have to worry, put their hand on their mouth. >> in the last five to ten years more patients than ever are choosing to get dental implants. >> the technology has improved. they changed the surfaces of the implant, they make the bone grow on them better so they can heal faster and long-term better. >> it's nice to have this technology to have this because our grandmothers didn't have that choice.
patients to leave healthy and smiling, something dr. elchar says shouldn't be taken for granted. at nyu college of dentistry, mallory hoff channel 7 eyewitness news. >> and it can be expensive depending on a patient's dental benefits, a dental implant can cost upwards of $1500. that cost is closer to $800 at teaching facilities including nyu college of dentistry. the free dental screenings begin tomorrow and last until wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the nyu college of dentistry and nursing. meteorologist lee goldberg will be live there during eyewitness news first at 4 to talk about what you can expect as we said earlier, it's an annual event. we love the partnership with them. >> it's a great service indeed. >> reviews for products on popular shopping websites, but how do we know when one is fake. now amazon is taking the issue to court. >> a high school football game turned into a battle between
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ri-state ford protect our children. we're back now with a big lawsuit from amazon. they are going after fake reviews on their website. amazon declaring a legal war against more than a thousand unidentified people who are accused of posting the phony reviews. abc's rebecca jarvis has the story. >> those online reviews, we rely on them to tell us where to stay, what books to read, which clothes to buy, but are real people really writing them? amazon suing more than a thousand allegedly fake reviewers offering their services on the online marketplace fiber.com for posting ads like this one, promising an awesome 5-star review for just 5 bucks. satisfaction guaranteed. >> if people start noticing that there's a lot of very fake reviews on the website, they're just not going to trust amazon. amazon's going to use that
>> no, i'm 17. >> amazon's efforts with this lawsuit will result in fewer fake reviews because it's clear they're getting serious about stopping the problem. >> rebecca jarvis reporting. now fever is not named as a defendant in that lawsuit, but a lot of people relying on those reviews from amazon. >> just another reminder. got to be careful what you read out there. a taste of winter for a good bit of upstate new york today. roads in syracuse were so iced over they had to close a 12- mile stretch of interstate 81. >> there were at least 50 accidents reported at the same time communities to the north and west got up to 9 inches of it is october 19th so. >> what is the rush here, what bill? >> i'm just writing my review to mother nature, absolutely free of course. [ laughter ] >> knock it off. knock it off. >> right?
ago we had snow on halloween. >> yes, unfortunately i remember. >> like 8 to 10 inches. >> it does happen. here we go. but we're not -- you know, saying that's going to happen anytime soon. let's take a look outside. here's our camera right on the roof looking across the park. it's absolutely gorgeous. it's just a little chilly. we don't have a harsh wind. it feels very fall-like, it's nice. and you can see the colors starting to show up in central park as you look all the way across the meadow to the east side. and so we're looking at temperatures here at noontime of 47 degrees. that's a little cooler than normal by about 10 degrees. the humidity is dry, and the wind is out of the northwest. you go to teterboro, 46, chilly numbers here, monticello 41. these are cooler than normal and just a little wind here, single-digit wind speeds out of the west and northwest, and eventually that wind that's out of the west, northwest is going to come to the south, and that will all slide eastward and warm us up starting tomorrow. we're at 68 tomorrow, going to
that should hang around and be warmer tomorrow and wednesday. mets at cubs, wrigley field, 8:07. 65 is going to be the temperature. they'll really enjoy that. southwest wind about 10 to 15 and at wrigley a southwest wind blows out to right field. daniel murphy alert, left-handed batter. sunny and cool this afternoon, 52. clear to partly cloudy, not as cold tonight, we have no sub freezing temperatures, outlying areas, 40, 47 in the city. a mixture of sun and clouds tomorrow, we're at 68 degrees. we're going to be at 73 on wednesday and thursday, and then it's back to cool on friday but a nice fall weekend is coming up with temperatures in the 60s. so if the mets take two on tuesday and wednesday, they will start the world series here this weekend. >> nice. >> all right. we'll take it. thank you bill. >> all right. >> we'll be right back. but first here's a look at what's coming up next on the chew. >> hey guys, today we've got
time for the feed, the stories that get their social start on social media are now getting shared and re-tweeted over the net. we start with friday night- lights in pittsburgh. normally the band,s marching different times. in pittsburgh a high school marching band took the field before the home game. the opposing team refused to yield continuing their pregame warmups right in the middle of the show. are you kidding? the band posted the video on their facebook page. it didn't even matter to the players that the band was playing the national anthem. can you hear the boos? the football players are accused of shoving and taunting the band members. this was a hot mess. the referees ended up issuing the deer valley high school team a 15-yard penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct. when the game started.
>> so even the band getting rough and tumble. >> the band member should have whacked them with the tuba. >> they did have the tuba on their side. a state trooper who offered a helping hand is going viral. a woman in alabama saw the trooper at a mcdonald's drive through. she thought he was buying lunch when she saw this, he helped a homeless man out of the suv and handed him a meal. the guy was said to be disabled. he says he hadn't eaten in three days and was trying to get to family in north carolina. that trooper treated him to a hot meal and a ride for part of his journey. the woman snapped a photo of the two and it quickly became an online sensation. >> glad they captured that. more than 3 million people have viewed a photo of an overprotective dad. i think we can understand this moment. an overprotective dad sharing a tender moment with his daughter's boyfriend. in the picture benjamin shock is hugging the teen. >> you're embarrassing me dad.
boy and shock's 15-year-old daughter shared at their school's homecoming party. the caption says whatever you do to my daughter i will do to you. the picture provided some comic relief for the family. >> i feel like there was an implied threat in there. >> not so much to benjamin shock but it was comic relief to the family. >> you guys have a perspective of being a dad and i have a dad, and ooh he's an alpha male. >> message gotten there. that'll do it for this edition of eyewitness news. i'm david novarro. >> and i'm shirleen allicot. make sure you're back this are you getting the internet speed you need? [excited yelling] ah, yes! you cannot stop it! aww...your mom liked my post. you're friends with my mom? we all use it differently. so why should we get it all the same way? now you don't have to. with time warner cable, you get speeds from 3 megs, all the way up to ultra-fast 300 megs. with no data cap. no long term contract. even wifi you can use at home and on the go. call us today. prices start at $14.99 per month. if you're not happy,
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