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this is new york's number 1 news channel 7 eyewitness news with michelle charlesworth and rob nelson and amy freeze with the exclusive accuweather forecast. now eyewitness news this morning. good morning, it is 6 a.m., the mets beat the kansas city royals 9 3 in the first world series home game. they could even things out tonight in game 4. eyewitness news is live >> an argument estimated to a double stabbing near the rutgers university campus. >> good morning, everyone taking a live look on this dark halloween morning. all the ghosts and goblins getting a good sleep in before
>> this is october 31st, a saturday. happy halloween >> happy halloween >> it was scary how good the mets looked last night. that's what was scary, how good those boys were hitting last night. happy halloween everybody. saturday october 31st, thanks for being with us. i'm rob nelson >> we've got our orange on. we didn't make a phone call, nothing and guess what we've got the orange. guess who's bringing the blue >> that would be amy freeze >> meteorologist amy freeze let's go mets >> go mets >> got your mets blue on. gremlins in the computer this morning, candy didn't hear me so chuck if you can hear me lets take a live picture. then we're going to go to the accutrack and that will give us -- >> scotch tape >> this is a live picture, brooklyn into lower manhattan, temperatures right now are in the 30s and 40s. 43 in central park, 36 in
below freezing are monticello, sussex. morristown just up to 32 degrees. this cold start will lead warmer conditions this afternoon. we're going for a high of 56 in the city, sunshine mixing with some clouds and then first pitch for game 4 of the world series, 54 degrees. i think we'll drop down to 52 by the 9th inning, coming up, it's an exciting morning. not only do we have the mets baseball happening but we're also talking halloween trick or treating forecast and of course the tcs new york city marathon tomorrow morning 24 hours away. you've never seen anyone happier about that forecast than yours truly. i'll have the accuweather seven- day in a few minutes york. let's start with what everyone's going to be talking about today, the hometown advantage proved to be just what the mets needed to begin leveling things out for the world series this time around. last night an incredible game, they just shut down, beat down those kansas city royals.
city commoners if you asked me. final score 9-3. sports anchor rob powers has the highlights >> the first world city game at citi field turns into the first world series win. bottom of the 2nd inning, down 1-0 david wright, long ball, it's a 2-run home run. the mets have the lead. kansas city would regain the lead. the mets go long ball again, curtis granderson with another 2-run home run. the mets are back in front. noah syndergaard kept it that way, power pitching 90s. david wright another couple rbi with a base hit and the mets are on the board. they win game 3, 9-3. still down 2-1 but a chance to even the series later tonight >> this game is just as important as the previous one.
to get this one is a good thing for us >> i was able to stay locked in for the entire game, just tried to keep it simple. me and travis out there >> running around the bases is just like floating. you can't describe the excitement of hitting the home run, crossing home plait, high fiving your teammates, looking in the stands and seeing people go absolutely nuts >> trying to follow up last night's win, steven matz pitches game 4 of the world series and the mets try to even things up. >> with citi field now hosting the world series, the only people more excited than the players are the anxious mets fans. today that energy is sweeping right now. mallory hoff joins us live from citi field with more on this awesome story >> mets fans waking up feeling very, very good this morning.
the goal now of course to even things up. game 4 will be played here at citi field tonight, starts at 8:07. i do want you to take a look at this video from last night, really incredible how into this the fans are. in the hours leading up to the game, time square was transformed. you can see orange and blue flooding the area, mets towels were handed out to fans. city bikes were decorated with mets spirit as well. meanwhile at mcfadden's in midtown, mets fans were in it to win it. they came to the mets bar to support their team. that's exactly what they did. their energy and enthusiasm could not be missed >> i feel like as a collective group as new yorkers we have to make a lot of noise to support the squad >> they're going to do the same thing they did in 86. they're going to win the next four games >> and mets fans tell us they hope that playing here at citi field will do the trick because you better believe they are
hoping for a treat here on halloween night. live from citi field, mallory hoff channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you mallory, mayor de blasio and first lady dressed as mets players to show their support for the amazins last night. they welcomed hundreds of children and their parents for a really nice halloween celebration. the party included face painting, story telling and a magic show as well as some very creative costumes on the kids who were obviously having a great time. hey captain america. of course we have everything you need to know about the world series in the special mets section of our website abc7ny.com/mets. >> keep it coming tonight. all right. switching gears to some ranking news right now at 6:06, 224 people are now feared dead after a rushing passenger plane crashed in egypt shortly after takeoff.
things escalated and got physical. at one point one of the men pulled a knife >> i saw them sitting on a couch. they seemed casual and all of a sudden they got up and started yelling at each other. it was like a big fighting match and it started to get physical, then yeah. it was like a knife fight >> both men suffered stab wounds. no word yet on their condition. it is also unclear whether or not they are students at rutgers. the university campus is preparing for a visit from president obama monday we're now learning more couple in connecticut. we just learned police are charging their son and his girlfriend in their murders. and the medical examiner confirms the two bodies found couple. jeffrey and jeanette navin were last seen back in august. their remains were discovered vacant home inweston.
kyle navin is being charged with two counts of murder. charges. his girlfriend is now charged with conspiracy to commit murder it was a scary ride for people on an mta bus when a bullet shattered two windows along a route in brooklyn. >> area surveillance video captured the moment bus b13 pulled up to the stop at wykoff and green avenues yesterday. seconds later four men are seen dashing away. one passenger says one of the men fired his gun at another man. a bullet then pierced the bus sending glass flying before it blasted through another window. >> very quick, very quick. >> boom boom boom >> had anybody been sitting where that bullet exited that person would have been dead. it was face level and it would have taken somebody's life >> one woman on that bus was scratched up by shards of glass.
>> coming up, police are ramping up security for several big events this weekend including the world series >> first a reminder that channel 7 is your home for the tcs new york city marathon. we're taking you mile by mile introducing you to some of the new yorkers you will find on the course. >> this is mile 16, if you come over the queensboro bridge and look right you'll see the mount vernon hotel museum and garden. we are one of the oldest buildings in manhattan building built in 1799 >> the tcs new york city
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police are tightening up security as they deal with several huge events including of course the world series, greenwich village halloween parade and the tcs new york city marathon. a full docket for police. the department is deploying 1800 officers and also setting up thousands of barricades for the marathon, and on halloween added security worries now after an fbi warning about an anarchist group that says it plans to ambush cops on this holiday. officials here are down playing concerns about that. >> the group that's mentioned in that threat has no nexus to new york city in terms of its past involvement or past actions. >> marathon weekend kicked off with the parade of nations featuring 1300 delegates representing about 130 countries, always a cool event. and that was followed by another spectacular marathon
tradition fireworks that lit up the skies over central park. now to add to security concerns we mentioned a few minutes ago president obama will be in our area again on monday as if we needed something else going on in the tri-state area. what a weekend. >> they came after the pope. >> leave us alone people. we just want to drive on the street. >> look at this. >> here hold this up. >> these are great headlines. you've got to show that. >> look at this, this is pretty funny right. >> did you watch the game late? >> i tried as hard as i could. >> i was like oh. >> i tried to go to sleep. couldn't go to sleep. captain, mr. wright had a spectacular night. so good. >> i watched him to the point where they couldn't figure out if the guy got the bag on 3rd. this was the following the same
winners so that was a good year. i'm just saying. >> knock on plexiglass. >> game 2 was ugly but a whooping in game 3. >> rearview mirror baby. >> i don't like the tension the first two games. too stressful. >> especially that game 1, that 14 inning 5 hour. >> i'm still -- i have jet lag from that. >> from game 1. >> that's true. that's true. >> are we going to get good weather for our full agenda. start. let's start with the mets shall we? >> why not. what's it going to be? >> game number 4 and temperatures look like they're going to be spot on. if you're lucky enough to have tickets for the game or just want to know what the players have to face, skies are going to be mixed with sun and clouds as the sun comes up this morning. we are actually going to have a temperatures go. a little cooler. we had a high 61, and today we'll go for 56.
we're knocking only a few degrees off but keep in mind sunrise at 7:25. if we get a little sunshine in here through the afternoon we get to 56, turns into cloudy conditions at first pitch, 54 degrees as they throw the ball. okay you guys, then the southwest winds are going to come in, and they're very light, like up to 10 miles an hour, but that still is a wind direction that blows out. it blows out to right or right center. so if you're at bat, it would carry the ball to the right field or right center, just give you a little oomph there. >> last night they kept showing shots of the flag. it was really windy out there. >> it's incredible how the wind can direct the ball, friction science there is good. guess what we have home field advantage. >> then there's that. there's science there. >> that's right. then we'll have temperatures in the mid-60s tomorrow. trick or treaters. a dry forecast. you can go coat free. it's all good.
sunset tonight for drivers out there for everyone to be aware of. sunsets at 5 5:54. >> get your glow sticks if they're out later. >> tomorrow temperatures in the low to mid-60s for the marathon, okay, your accuweather seven-day forecast, we're going to have maybe a spot shower early. this is a dripple drizzle. if you're going to be out there waiting on staten island, all you need to know is a plastic bag to keep your clothes dry on top of your clothes. this is not a big umbrella fest or anything like that. you can have a spot shower. the race. i think everybody's going to be happy with low to mid-60s as you finish up. we'll talk about down the road coming up as the morning goes on.
the all important activities between here and tomorrow afternoon, we can't complain. >> we're good. >> we can't complain. >> couldn't be better. >> don't forget as i saw the forecast. back. extra hour. >> before you go to bed tonight back that clock up. >> you too. you've earned it. >> that's a beautiful thing on this shift. >> i might win the marathon for >> nothing better. >> thank you amy looking good. >> straight ahead president obama now authorizing u.s. forces to deploy to syria to help in the fight against isis. this morning how the administration, though, is responding to critics who say the president is actually position. >> presidential hopeful hillary clinton made a stop at clark atlanta university trying to build bridges with young
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welcome back everybody. 6:26. time for sports with laura behnke. >> good morning, everyone. there are no actual must win games unless elimination is on the line. last night for the mets it was about as close as it gets. no team has ever overcome a 3- games to none deficit to win the world series and new york did not exactly want to attempt to become the first as the mets returned home to face the royals n is how you start. david wright had been quiet in the fall classic, not here, two run shot, not to be outdone, curtis ganderson in on the long ball action with a 2 run homer. noah syndergaard seemed to handle the royal's lineup. he allowed just three runs and struck out six in six solid innings of work. and how about more from the
a huge 6. the two rbi singles. the frame. 9-4 the final. mets win. they now trail 2 games to 1. >> i said before the game we get our offense going a little bit, we played better baseball, and like everybody does this is when we rise up when we got our backs to the wall. >> now to what would be the biggest sports story in these parts if there weren't something called the world series going on. jason pierre paul back with the giants. yesterday he spoke about his return from a 4th of july fireworks accident that left his right hand mangled. jpp just began working out with the team wednesday. he's hopeful he'll be able to return to game action soon. when he does he'll wear a special glove and doesn't expect to miss a beat. >> i'm the same jpp i was last year. there's not going to be a major adjustment, you know what i mean. but as far as like my hand goes, you know, i'll get used to it.
and i'm not going to put myself in jeopardy. >> the lone star state has not been kind to brooklyn as of late. san antonio in particular, in fact, the spurs went into last night having won 12 in a row at home over the nets and 40 out of the last 45. last night brooklyn trying to change that, and crash san antonio's home opener, tim duncan, he's the ageless wonder, 15 points for him, two right there in the first quarter. brook lopez led way. he led all scorers with 17 points. the nets led in the 2nd. all that changed after the break. san antonio went on quite a run, patty mills, his own triple right there, 102-75. the spurs once again roll. it has been a quiet week for the rangers who beat calgary at home back on sunday and then waited until last night to finally return to the ice as the blue shirts hosted the maple leafs at the gardens. this one all about mats zuccarello. gets new york on the board.
he was just getting started. there's zucc again, makes it 2- 0. then in the final minute, why not, with the net open zucc burying the empty netter for the hat trick. the rangers get the win. that's your morning look at sport. i'm laura behnke. we're back again later tonight with a final mets royals preview after football. >> game 4 tonight, let's do this thing. >> so many things going on, lots going on. much more ahead on eyewitness news on this saturday morning including a live look at today's top stories. >> mets fans are preparing for game 4 here at citi field. coming up, we'll show you what team spirit looks like. >> thank you mallory. also ahead, the first family welcomed many kids decked out in their halloween costumes. one in particular captured the attention of president obama.
s welcome back to eyewitness news saturday morning, october 31st. halloween is here. oh, very good. we've got the orange. we're rocking the orange. >> yeah, moving along, moving along. fall it's hard to believe it's halloween. feels good out there. it's always cool when halloween falls on a weekend you know what i mean. it's perfect for the kids, for the adults. one more thing going on in new york this weekend. we've got it all. >> good morning, i'm michelle charlesworth. >> and i'm rob nelson. welcome to eyewitness news saturday morning. we have the orange, but just a little mets game last night. amy rightfully in her mets blue. >> i can imagine a few folks choosing their costumes to be rob nelson and michelle charlesworth. i can see that happening [ laughter ] >> if they really want to be scary.
>> taking their microphones to the street. good stuff, happy halloween everyone. 43 degrees what we have right now outside. it's a mix of sun and clouds and although temperatures are mild and winds are light, as we get into the afternoon we could still remain below average, normal high this time of year is 59. yesterday we had low 60s, felt pretty good. sunrise officially at 7:24. sunset 5:55. important to note drivers there will be lots of ghosts and goblins around tonight. take your time and beware there. temperatures in the low 40s for commack. hampton bay at 45 degrees. temperature's about 10. 15 degrees cooler than yesterday at the same time. we were way mild yesterday. we're starting in the 60s in some places. right now 20s and 30s typical start, more mild for some of the boroughs. get ready for a day that stays cool with a mix of sun and clouds and a high today of 56 degrees, even warmer for tomorrow. we'll talk world series baseball weather. we'll also talk about what's up
marathon runners coming up in the accuweather seven day. the world series is red hot. tonight's game is a crucial piece of the puzzle to even things out. something's going on here. i don't know. here we go, rise up. with citi field now hosting, the only people more excited than the players are the hardcore mets fans. today that energy is buzzing all over the city. eyewitness news reporter citi field. mallory how are you? >> reporter: i'm doing great great as well. feeling really good. a lot of them telling us that last night they saw their team do quite frankly what needed to be done, and they're very excited about game 4 tonight, which of course will be played here, but i do want to take you back to last night. take a look at this video. you've got some very excited fans here in the hours leading up to the game, time square just transformed.
you can see orange and blue flooding the area. mets towels were handed out to fans. city bikes were decorated with mets spirit as well. meanwhile at mcfadden's mets fans were in it to win it. they came out to support their team. their energy and enthusiasm could not be missed. just before sunset former mets catcher mike piazza traveled on this very decked out water taxi. he predicted his team will rally. >> just eight years here was something i can't describe, the energy and the way -- it's like family now. every time i come back here it's like coming back home. >> reporter: mets fans now certainly hoping for a halloween night win. they say after they saw last night they have the confidence that their team can do it. live from citi field, mallory hoff channel 7 eyewitness news. >> got to believe. >> all right mallory, thank you. now we turn to that deadly collapse at a construction site
here in manhattan. a stop work order has now been issued against the in charge of that site. the building's on 38th street in midtown. it was in the process of getting demolished when the collapse suddenly happened yesterday. one construction worker was killed. firefighters rescued another worker who was trapped in debris for more than three hours. he is in serious condition. 6:36. police in westchester county are offering a reward to catch whoever destroyed part of a premier basketball facility. it happened at the 4th street playground in mount vernon. a car drove over damaging the new mats on the basketball courts. it's hard to believe a car would do that much damage. they were just installed last month, and police promised to find the culprit. >> i was heartbroken today when i came in here to see this and to know we had spent so much time, so much money, so much effort in order to redo this to
>> looks like a lot more than a car did that. the city used development block grant funds for the park rehab. now taxpayers will have to pay for it if it is to be repaired. police in the bronx are hoping a sketch will lead them to a suspect wanted for an attempted rape of an 8-year-old little girl. the sketch comes on the heels of the surveillance video that we showed you earlier this week. the man approached the girl from behind as she walked into her building in mount hope on saturday. he covered her mouth and then molested her. he ran away when she started screaming. also, some sad news this morning that 7-year-old little girl from brooklyn who choked on a sandwich at school last week has passed away. noelia-lisa echavarria was 1st grader. she'd been on life support since choking while eating lunch at ps250 in williamsburg. an investigation has been launched. the city's education department
swiftly to the emergency. this morning a church congregation in new jersey is mourning the sudden loss of a respected pastor who was found dead inside his church. 51-year-old reverend ronald christian died yesterday in the christian love baptist church in irvington. reverend christian was a former heroin addict who turned his life around 18 years ago. he spent the rest of his life helping others. foul play is not suspected in his death. cute story of the morning here, president obama was visited by the pope yesterday at the white house. not the real pope of course, an adorable toddler, though, dressed as the pontiff and being pushed in his own pope mobile attended the first family's halloween party. that's adorable. the president -- look at that. the president was so taken with the pint sized pontiff he turned to reporters and declared, "top prize."
the kid was one of hundreds chosen from local schools and military families to trick or treat at the white house. very, very cool. >> super cute. it looks like they had like part of me like cookie pops from the first lady. >> yes. >> healthy i'm sure. >> i always like to see exactly, you know, don't goive me broccoli. don't give me broccoli on a stick on halloween. i don't even want any popcorn. >> no, skittles please. >> trick or treat. [ laughter ] >> coming up on eyewitness news saturday morning, november bringing some deals you won't see any other time of year. we are getting closer and closer to the holidays. 7 on your side's nina pineda shows you the best bet for your early holiday shopping.
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>> we're back in it. yeah. >> to my baseball, 2-1. >> what are you talking about? >> i was just double checking. we just need to even this thing up tonight. >> right. >> that crowd was into it. home field advantage. >> we need to make a statement. game 2 was ugly. we came out last night whooped that now you're in new york here. we can sweep them here and go tell you. i'm a believer. >> you know where the grass is greener. right here, right here the grass is greener. >> it was cold in kansas city. i was thinking about you. it was cold when i was out there. >> i can think of a lot of problems with kansas city right now. >> we can come up with a whole list. >> right here everything's right. >> david wright. that's a great headline, wrights the ship. well done. >> very good, very good. let me get you up to speed with what they have in store at the ball field tonight. looks good. i mean if you're lucky enough
to have a ticket to go, wow. temperatures 54 degrees at first pitch. we'll get a light southwest wind. if you're just watching it from home. it's going to be a beautiful night. we start with signs in the sky, look at this, gorgeous moon overnight, really fantastic. skies are mostly clear here in the city, that's how we can see this so well. 43 degrees is the temperature, wow, what a shot, right, on halloween. looking over the river right now from brooklyn into lower manhattan, we get decent skies to start off. humidity 58%, northwest winds 58 miles per hour. we'll see those winds settling down nicely into the southwest wind flow. that's going to be important looking at the park. that helps the ball to sail out to right center field, so it's going to be really a beautiful night for baseball. watch these numbers, 30s and 40s in and around the city. the suburbs, below freezing for monticello, poughkeepsie and andover. these numbers are go to the low 50s. a little below average for this time of the year. hardly a cloud in the sky. we'll see increasing clouds.
for trick or treaters, it's going to be cool, calm, it's not as gusty tonight. the winds are blowing in the well. much nicer this year for the marathon than it was last year. we could get a drip or drizzle of rain. a majority of the waves start if you're waiting in staten island for the race to begin, you definitely want to have a little poncho, a light poncho to make sure you stay completely dry before the race. 56 degrees, increasing clouds and tonight temperatures fall to 50 degrees with light winds. here is your accuweather seven- day forecast. trick or treaters it looks good for the costumes. i think you can go coat free. you don't have to worry about any showers coming down. it's looking good for the parents out there. a reminder to drivers to take your time. all the ghosts and goblins running around this evening. watch this, monday, 64, 70 on tuesday. 69 on wednesday. 71 on thursday, 69 on friday. we're going back to the 70s. >> wow. >> in november.
>> it was a good time. is. >> yeah. >> well done. >> we'll warm up after this. >> nice. >> before break, let's go to today's channel 7 community calendar. craft purchased in westchester, the fair features 100 elite artists and offers the first look at one of a indites. >> don your costume for lincoln center's trick or treat monsters and music festival at this first ever halloween, enjoy activities throughout the culture hubs, plaza and bird bug and wildlife enthusiasts, wildlife weekend at queens county museum is for you. get up close with frogs, insects, even birds of prey. >> it's the largest dog costume event in brooklyn. join hundreds of canine lovers for the 17th annual great pupkin festival. >> a community comes together for a twist on halloween to keep kids safe. trunk or treat in new jersey promises to be filled with fun
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>> now is the time to act on appliances large and small at annual all time lows. >> vacuum deals are going to clean up on black friday. >> very high quality, black friday up to 50% off. >> expect the best deals on all sorts of kitchen equipment. >> these are quality items that last generations and black friday is one of the few times that they might be within the budget nina pineda channel 7 eyewitness news. >> this time of year gets so tempting. >> right,. >> i do need a 97-inch new high- def for the bathroom. i do need that. >> i need it too. >> it's in the spirit. >> for the mets game. >> yeah, for the mets game. >> i've got to see it up close. got to be in game. >> so funny. >> when we come back, we'll have sandy kenyon's weekend review. >> and it is super cat saturday. i thought you sounded a little
>> i thought we'd do a super cat saturday pet parade costume showoff. we kick off the 6:00 hour with these two felines. first we have bella sent in by dana. what a cutie pie. >> what a pumpkin, right and then these two, i don't know, you're going to have to look close. it's canola and barney i think canola is an inch worm, barney i'm not sure. maybe a turtle, ninja, i don't know. we'll see. hashtag of super cat saturday. my twitter handle is amy freeze 7. you can also hashtag abc7ny.
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big screen following his big hit last year, american sniper which was great. this one also a story of redemption as he molds into a top chef. this looks good too. here's sandy kenyon with his review of the movie burnt. >> good morning, my parents started the magazine food and wine so i was brought up to appreciate the finest things in life. fine cuisine is tough to translate on to the big screen but the new movie called burnt does a decent job even if the story amounts to pretty thin soup. >> burnt is a feast for the eyes and bad reviews shouldn't necessarily stop you from enjoying its pleasures. bradley cooper isn't quite believable as a bad boy chef, and the script is weak. >> i want to make my kitchen the best in the world. >> but the chemistry between the two leads makes this film worth seeing and it's further proof sienna miller is one of working today.
>> she doesn't know how good she is. >> the chef is trying to go straight in london after a career in remembers. >> if you tried to start a new restaurant there are at least a dozen people trying to have you killed. >> he owes money to a drug dealer in a plot point going nowhere, ditto his relationship with a therapist, a story so insignificant it doesn't make the trailer. and there's a rivalry with another chef that's pure corn ball. >> you're the best. the rest of us need you to lead us to places we otherwise wouldn't go. >> we have seen this before again and again, but i can't hate this movie because of the relationship at its core. >> pretend you're my girlfriend. >> if i was your girlfriend you'd probably hold my arm. >> if you were my girlfriend, we would have gotten in an argument in the taxi. >> i never quite bought bradley as arrogant but their relationship seemed real thanks to a couple stars who as
>> we can keep on cooking and be interesting but i want people to sit at that table and be sick with longing. and i need you to do it with me. >> watching this one is going to make you hungry for a good meal, but with so many good movies in theaters this fall, you may want to see them first and wait for burnt to pop up on video in your home. i'm sandy kenyon eyewitness news this weekend. >> i'm hungry just from the review. >> somebody got burnt. >> ouch [ laughter ] >> ow. >> sandy doesn't mess around. >> not on the fence, never on the fence. coming up in the next hour of eyewitness news this saturday morning, breaking news to tell you about overseas, egyptian officials confirm a russian passenger plane with more than 200 people on board has crashed in the sinai peninsula. >> and more than two dozen people are killed when flames broke out inside a nightclub in romania. we'll have the latest on that as well.
to call the home team and home field advantage helps put the mets back on board winning game 3 of the world series against the kansas city royals. who rob is calling the commoners today. >> kansas city commoners. >> very funny. >> and what temperatures can we expect out there for the game 4, amy freeze has the accuweather forecast. look at that. let's just take -- let that image take us to break.
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some breaking news right now. egyptian search and rescue crews say they have found the crash site of a russian airliner with more than 200 people on board in the sinai peninsula. >> police in new york are tightening security ahead of some big events this weekend as runners prepare to take the streets for the new york city marathon. the tcs new york city marathon. >> and of course, we're talking about those mets this morning, fans finally got the chance to cheer on a team here at heap against those kansas city commoners and it paid off big time. the amazins beat the royals in game 3 of the world series. we will have a full recab and preview of tonight's game 4. >> good morning, taking a live look at central park south. a little bit of central park to the left and a little bit of midtown to the right. thanks for being with us on this saturday october 31st. i'm michelle charlesworth. >> and i'm rob nelson. thanks for being here for our 7:00 hour of eyewitness news saturday morning.
breaking news and an update at 7. the pilot of the russian airliner that crashed in egypt reported technical problems before losing contact with air traffic controllers. actually, it took off from egypt. once the pilot detected an issue, he said he would attempt a landing at the nearest airport. the flight disappeared off radar 23 minutes after taking off in egypt. its wreckage has been found in egypt's sinai peninsula where the nation is fighting an islamic insurgency. the flight was on its way to st. petersburg in russia. the 224 people who were on that plane are unfortunately feared dead. >> for now let's get a check on weather with amy freeze. so much going on, game 4 tonight, the marathon tomorrow, we've got a full docket. >> we're full up. >> w e need to from you this morning.
>> a lot to talk about. including a big happy halloween. trick or treaters watching the forecast all week to make sure they can get their costumes out without having to bundle up or cover up from rain, and it's a go. everything's looking good as the sun tries to come up here this morning, the skies are looking decent. in fact, blue skies greet us with 43 degrees in central park, and we'll see increasing clouds throughout the afternoon. temperature change is pretty significant. we're cooler this morning than we were yesterday at the same time by several degrees. right now we're in the 30s and 40s for long island. if we look at the change, it's anywhere between 10 to 20 degrees colder so we take 20 degrees off poughkeepsie. it's chilly out there in spots. the day turns out to be fairly decent. coming in. it turns out southwest by the afternoon. we go from sub freezing temperatures to the north and 30s and 40s through the city and down the jersey shore into the mid-50s. that will keep us slightly the year.
right through the afternoon we get a high of 56 here in the city. coming up in just a few minutes, we'll talk what's expected for it's pretty good running weather. we'll look at world series baseball, what to look for at citi field tonight. we'll have all that and the accuweather forecast. >> thank you amy. a perfect segue to one of our top stores, the mets are not ready to bow down to those royals anytime soon. we needed a win. we got it big time and made a statement last night thanks to a little home field advantage. >> that's right. the mets beat kansas city 9-3 in game 3 of the world series. their first game at citi field in the series has been matching >> fingers crossed. >> point for point game for game. eyewitness news sports anchor rob powers has highlights from the last night's game. >> the first world series game turns into the first world citi field.
royals that, yes, they are in a series. bottom of the 2nd inning, down 1-0, david wright, long ball. it's a 2-run home run. the mets have the lead. that is huge for the captain. kansas city would regain the lead. the mets go long ball again. curtis granderson with another 2-run home run. it just clears the wall and the mets are back in front. noah syndergaard kept it that way. power pitching in the high 90s. david wright, another couple rbi with a base hit, and the mets are on the board. they win game 3, 9-3. still down 2 games to 1, sure but a tonight. >> this game is just as important as the previous one and the first game but each team is trying to win as many games as they can as quickly as they can to get this one is a good thing for us. >> i was able to stay locked in for the entire game, just tried to keep it simple. me and travis out there. >> running around the bases it's just like floating.
excitement of, you know, hitting the home run, crossing home plate, looking in the stands and seeing people go absolutely nuts. >> and trying to follow up last later tonight. the kid from long island pitches game 4 of the world things up. at citi field, rob powers channel 7 eyewitness news. >> oh captain my captain. what a night david wright had. fans did not fall short when it came to cheering on their team, they are ready to keep them going tonight for game 4. mallory hoff live at citi field with more on the growing excitement as everyone in the city keeps their fingers crossed for a big come bank. good morning mallory. >> reporter: good morning rob. yes, that excitement does mets fans ready for game 4 tonight here at home, and these fans tell us they know exactly what to do. their team. take a look at this video from last night in the hours leading
you can see orange and blue flooding the area. mets towels handed out to fans. bikes were decorated with mets spirit as well. in midtown mets fans were in it to win it. they came out to the mets bar to support their team. that's what they did. their energy and enthusiasm could not be missed. >> i feel like as a collective group here as new yorkers we have to make a lot of noise to support the squad. >> we love the mets, they're going to do the same thing they did in 86. four games >> mets fans certainly hoping another home game tonight will do the trick because they are halloween evening. live from citi field, mallory hoff channel 7 eyewitness news. >> let's get that treat, yes. here we go. thank you mallory. game 4 set for tonight at 8:07, remember, we have everything you need to know about the
mets section of our website. just check out abc7ny.com/mets for everything world series. a fire erupted at a packed nightclub in romania killing 27 and hurting nearly 200. a heavy metal band's pyrotechnics sparked an inferno inside of the basement of a club in bucharest. the crowd of 400 people panicked at the site of flames and rushed the club's only exit door, which was on another floor. witnesses say people were trampled while others fainted from the smoke from those pyrotechnics and the ensuing fire. also developing overseas, 15 people included four people were killed when a fire ripped through the marketplace in the philippines. the fire touched off in the early morning hours in southern manila what sparks shot from an electric post. flames spread to stacks of clothing and ignited stalls where vendors and their
the son of a connecticut couple whose bodies were found this week has now been charged with their murders. the medical examiner has confirmed the bodies found buried in the backyard of ava continue home in westin were those of jeffrey and jeanette navin. state police say 27-year-old kyle navin, their son, is now being charged with two counts of murder. he is already in custody on separate gun charges. meanwhile his girlfriend, 31- year-old jennifer valiante is charged with conspiracy to commit murder. a woman is recovering after she was hit by flying glass when a bullet went through the window of an mta bus in brooklyn. surveillance video captured the moment bus b13 pulled up to the stop yesterday. seconds later four men dash away in the video. one passenger says one of the men fired his gun at another man, a bullet pierced the bus
the place before it blasted through another window. >> very quick, very quick. >> boom boom boom. >> that's it. >> had anybody been sitting when that bullet exited that person would have been dead. >> police are searching for the person who opened fire. well, quite a weekend ahead for the nypd to say the least. police are now tightening up security as they deal with several huge events around town. the world series of course, the big halloween parade in the village and the tcs new york city marathon tomorrow. the department is deploying 1800 officers and setting up thousands of barricades for the marathon and on halloween added security worries of course after an fbi warning about an anarchist group that says it plans to ambush cops on this halloween holiday. police are down playing concerns about that threat. >> the group that's mentioned
new york city in terms of its past involvement or past actions. >> marathon weekend kicked off with the parade of nations featuring 1300 delegates countries. that was followed by another spectacular marathon tradition over central park. [ music ] i want to wake up in that city that doesn't sleep >> grand marshal spike lee helped race officials launch the fireworks accompanied by the classic tune, you may have heard of this little ditty, new york, new york. >> pretty good. very catchy. >> channel 7 is your home for the tcs new york city marathon. you can catch countdown to the starting line tonight at 7:30 and our marathon sunday coverage featuring michelle charlesworth out there on the route. we'll kick off tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. so tony and i will man things at the desk. you'll be out there with all the fit people and their fans
and all that. >> and we're going to find out about how mr. spike lee was and why he's doing this with amy freeze coming up. >> that's going to be very cool. >> so good. >> just awesome. >> i like to hear that, yes, yes,. >> you never know how people really are. he was lovely. >> police say an argument turned and a double stabbing at rutgers university. one person is in custody. >> if you need any reason to
team starts practice today. coach called to see how i was doing. i blew out my knee last year. just as college football programs began calling me. i didn't realize i'd get hooked on the pain pills the doctor gave me. i never thought my life could change so fast. for now at least, football and college are going to have to wait.
don't let addiction sideline your dreams. welcome back everybody, texas has been a target for some severe weather lately. this is a shining example. watch closely as the lightning strikes that tower. the i thought it was like a big snow globe. a technician was recording last night's storm in brownsville texas when that bolt burst. he wasn't hurt, thankfully but the lightning did knock out radar data that was tracking flash floods. texas may get another light show tonight. more storms expected to move through that area this weekend. that is scary stuff. >> literally shook him as he was shooting. >> yeah. and then sometimes the images when lightning will strike the plane and that freaks me out. >> that's like twilight zone
when you see out there and there's a little creature or critter on the wing. anyway, my audio and visual would be very different if i were shooting that. >> yes. yes. >> because i'd be in shooting up from my bunker. >> he might have even been inside. >> but still. >> the point is that was scary. the flooding's been just terrible in texas. >> too much. >> just horrifying. >> too much. >> water you cannot stop it. it just finds a way. >> can we switch to good news. >> talk to me. >> i thought last night, i was watching last night at the game, i thought it was just a beautiful moment, citi field, first world series, mets crush the royals and that moment where the whole stadium sang piano man with billy joel up there looking all -- i was like this is the quintessential perfect beautiful new york moment. it was awesome last night. >> it was like a movie. better than a movie. >> he looked great and sounded great. can you imagine like all those
one of your biggest hits and he's up there, new york boy just loving it. that was an awesome moment last night. >> good luck charm. >> it really was. we swung things in the right direction, and now we've got the right stuff going, and there we go. >> the right stuff. >> that was intentional, wasn't it? >> no, it came naturally. [ laughter ] >> all right. not only are we talking world series baseball, but we're also talking trick or treaters. a lot of it does depend on just how good the weather is or isn't. we're looking out this time, beautiful shot this morning here as sunrise begins from brooklyn looking into manhattan, oh, no this is the east river. i can see the east river as the sun comes up, and really a spectacular shot there. pink sky and 43 degrees in central park, a west, northwest wind at 3 miles an hour. pressure is on the rise. let's see them switch out of the northwest. we're putting up one more cool day. normal high is 59, 56 is what we're shooting for today.
just shy of that number. trick or treaters, it is going to be a good one for you. looks really nice. sunrise time is at 7:24. we're a few minutes away from that and sunset just before 6. right now still sub freezing for poughkeepsie, monticello, degrees. 40s. closer in in the boroughs. 40s. when we go through the afternoon, we've still got an influence of a cool breeze and that keeps our temperatures limited. we are dry and mild going into the evening. i think you can get away with no coats on the costumes. southwest wind that's light that actually will take the ball towards right, right that's pretty good news, much york city marathon. no one is happier than me. not only are we going to see temperatures mild but mostly dry during the race. east coast, wall to wall sunshine, a few clouds increasing for tonight. there could be a spotty shower. early tomorrow morning,
little spotty rain, a little drip or drizzle early on. keep in mind most of the runners begin after 10 a.m. and then they run right through the afternoon to early afternoon. so mostly dry and 63 is what we'll take for temperatures, maybe even pushing the mid-60s in some spots. mostly sunny, increasing clouds, 56. now tonight first pitch 8:07, 54 degrees at the ballpark, southwest winds 6 to 12 miles an hour. we'll see clouds that have increased as well hanging over the stadium. overnight we'll be cloudy with light winds, 50 degrees and that spotty shower early tomorrow, nothing to ruin the day, nothing to affect the race. just be aware of it that it's not a worry if it happens early on. monday we could see showers showing up, especially for the late afternoon evening, then we'll start to see a major mild trend. look at that, temperatures near 70 degrees down the stretch in the accuweather seven-day forecast. we're looking at upper 60s and low 70s through next friday. one dimension, last night we
were there for the opening ceremonies. you mentioned spike lee. >> spike. mr. lee. >> who is the grand marshal of this year's tcs new york city marathon. there have only been three in the history of the marathon over 47 years. he's also the only native new yorker to have ever been the marshal. he's excited about being involved in this mass of new york stories, whether it's nigh native new yorkers, people coming to new york for the first time. he talked about had how he watched the marathon and his kids, they would go down to the corner and cheer on the runners. >> as a runner myself that's what it's all about is seeing the neighborhood come out. don't hesitate to come out and scream for people running down your street. >> i'm shocked there's only been three and he's the first native new yorker. that's interesting. >> you need the right person to represent 55,000 runners from around the world. i think the marathon has been picky and choosey over who they
select. i can't think of anyone better than spike lee who tells a story better than anybody else. >> he's fun to just chill with on commercial breaks and everything. >> and his energy about new york sports, we talk knicks and mets. >> by accepting the invitation what spike did was do the right thing. >> ahhh. >> so good. >> here all week, tip your bartender. >> very cool. i'm very jealous. >> good times. >> and tonight there's also the pasta dinner. you'll be able to see that special here on wabc, shirleen allicot, david novarro will be along for that. >> tcs new york city marathon, rocking it. >> good weekend to live in the best city in america. things going on. >> straight ahead on eyewitness news on this saturday morning, the mets are going to try to even up the world series game count tonight in game 4. eyewitness news sports anchor
the mets will try to tie up the world series tonight against the royals. >> time now for all of the morning sports headlines. here's laura behnke. good morning everyone. there are no actual must win games unless elimination is on the line. but last for the mets it was about as close as it gets. no team has ever overcome a 3 games to none deficit to win
become the first as the mets returned home to face the royals at the first world series game in the field's history. david wright, 2-run shot. curtis granderson also in on the long ball action with a 2 run homer, second of the world series. noah syndergaard seemed to handle the royals lineup. he allowed just three runs and struck out 6 in 6 solid i think so ooh of work. how about more from the captain. wright was back in a huge 6th. the two rib single. the mets would get four runs in the frame. 9-3 the final. the mets win. they trail 2 games to 1. >> i said before the game, we get our offense going a little bit, you know, we play better baseball, and like everybody does. this is when we rise when we've got our backs to the wall. now to what would be the biggest sports story in these parts, jason pierre paul back with the giants and yesterday
he spoke for the first time about his return from a 4th of july fireworks accident. jpp just began working out on wednesday. he'll hopeful he'll be able to return to game action soon. when he does he'll wear a special glove and doesn't expect to miss a beat. >> i'm the same jpp that i was last year, you know. it's not going to be a major adjustment, you know what i mean? but as far as like my hand goes, you know, i'll get used to it. everybody's excite that had i'm here but as far as like going out there and i'm not going to put myself in jeopardy. >> the lone star state has not late. san antonio in particular. in fact, the spurs went into last night having won 12 in a row at home over the nets and 40 out of the last 45. last night brooklyn trying to change that and crash san antonio's home opener, tim duncan, he's the ageless wonder, 15 points for him, two in the first quarter jumper. brook lopez led the way for the nets. the nets led in the 2nd.
all that changed after the break. san antonio went on quite a run. patty mills, his own triple right there, 102-75. the spurs once again roll. it has been a quiet week for the rangers who beat calgary at home back on sunday, and then waited until last night to findly return to the ice. the blue shirts hosted the maple leafs at the garden looking for the 4th win in their last five wins. first period gets new york on the board with his fifth goal of the year. he was just getting started. it remained 1-0 until the 3rd. there's zucc again, then in the final minute, why not with the net open, zucc burying the empty netter for the hat trick. 3-1, the rangers get the win. that's your morning look at sport, i'm laura behnke. we're back again with you later tonight with a final mets >> so good. thank you laura. >> let's tie this thing up. >> right. >> game on. >> like a package. we'll be back with more of today's headlines.
channel 7 is your home for the tcs new york city marathon. we're taking you mile by mile introducing you to some of the new yorkers you will find on the course. >> this is mile 17 here on the upper east side. this area right here is known as bedpan alley because of all the hospitals. i hope you don't end up here. >> appreciate that [ laughter ] >> ben pan alley. i love it. >> that's sexy.
mo one person is in crust i did after a double stabbing near the rutgers university campus. witnesses say the two men were arguing near a residence hall when things escalated and then got physical. at one point one of the men pulled out a knife. >> i saw them sitting on a couch. they seemed pretty casual, and like all of a sudden they got up and started yelling at each other. and it was like a big, like,
started to get physical and then, yeah. it was like a knife fight. >> both men suffered stab wounds, no word yet on how they are doing, what their conditions are. it is also unclear whether or not they are rutgers students. this comes as the university prepares for a visit from president obama on monday 6,000 prison inmates will get their freedom. it's part of the largest convict release program. the felons are getting out as sentences are being lowered for nonviolent drug offenders across america. the largest releases in texas, florida and iowa. this release program is not just a one-time thing. over the next several years, 40,000 more inmates could be let go early as kind of the nation as this discussion about sentence -- you know, the sentences being lowered if you're not a violent offender. this is the administration's push to relieve overcrowding. get more people back into the
mainstream. we'll see. much more ahead on eyewitness news on this saturday morning including a look at today's top stories. >> mets fans preparing for game 4, we'll show you what proud fans look like ahead. >> thank you, mallory and will the weather cooperate for game 4 and for halloween and for the marathon and for the other 28 million things going on in new meet the moore's! we're the moore family, and we're always looking for ways to enjoy more. so we called time warner cable and got even more than we expected. call now to get more. more speed. like, 300 meg. more tv shows and movies on demand. more places to make more unlimited calls. call now. for $89.99 a month, you'll get 100 meg ultra fast internet, hundreds of hd channels, and unlimited calling to international destinations. we find more good things every day! more ways to watch more shows. on more wifi connected devices in our house.
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good looking shot there of lower manhattan, 1 world trade right there in the middle of the screen as the saturday morning festivities get started across new york on this halloween morning, saturday october the 1st. so much going on. the weather's going to cooperate. that is the good news. thanks for starting your weekend with us. i'm rob nelson. >> i'm michelle charlesworth. lots going on. we've got trick or treating tonight.
hope you don't get a big old brown. that's just wrong. >> do you have a favorite halloween candy, something you're just like -- >> followed by butter fingers followed by reeces peanut butter cup followed by heath. >> we didn't rehearse that in the commercial. >> we don't rehearse anything. usually it's quite apparent [ laughter ] >> skittles and swedish fish, i'm good. >> yeah? i do like chocolate but i don't crave it like some people. i like the raw processed sugar. >> my husband makes fun of me. you like that stuff to be stuck in your teat for an hour -- teeth for an hour. >> meteorologist amy freeze what is your favorite candy? >> i'm all inclusive for the candy. >> i agree. >> i love the candy corn. disgusting piece of candy. >> i love all of it. >> i'm convinced the candy corn it.
i would not be surprised. >> i don't know. >> everything else, everything year. it sounds pretty good. right now you guys looking over the east river, just a beautiful sunrise coming up. they were yesterday. make sure you've got the extra layer early on. we have 43 in central park. sub freezing temperatures some of the northern counties, lows we're 28 for monticello, poughkeepsie 28. freezing in sussex, white plains, 33 the low point for you this morning, and 29 degrees in centerville. we start out with chilly temperatures and look for these to come up into the mid to upper 50s. that will be below average for this time of the year. skies look pretty good to start. lots of sunshine early on. these clouds ahead of the front will start to move in our direction. we'll tell you what that means for a spotty shower. we'll also talk mets baseball and the tcs new york city marathon. i cannot wait to share the forecast details on that one. it's all coming up in the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> all right. amy thank you very much.
let's talk about those boys in blue and orange for a second shall we? the mets now will try to keep their momentum going in game 4 of the world series after they just spanked kansas city royals last night. they bead them by a final score of 9-3 last night in the first ever world series game at citi field. the night did belong to captain david wright. he finished the game with four rbis. he was on fire last night. it was fantastic. the mets now trail the royals still 2-1 in the series, but fans are very confident they will even things up tonight to tie this thing up at 2-2. eyewitness news reporter mallory hoff joins us live from citi field with more on how excited fans are reacting to this big w. good morning mallory. >> good morning rob. mets fans telling us last night felt very good and after what they saw last night, they believe their team can do it again here at home at citi field for game 4 tonight. i do want you to take a look at
this video though from last night. you can see just how excited these fans are in the hours leading up to the game, time square was transformed. you can see orange and blue flooding the area. mets towels were handed out to fans. city bikes were decorated with mets spirit as well. meanwhile at mcfadden's mets fans were in it to win it. they came out to the midtown mets bar to support their team. that's exactly what they did. their energy and enthusiasm clearly could not be missed, and just before sunset former mets catcher mike piazza traveled on this very decked out water taxi. he predicted the team will rally. >> i mean just eight years here is something i can't describe, the energy and the way, it's like family now. every time i come back here, it's like coming back home. >> mets fans certainly hoping for a win and after what they saw last night they believe their team can do it again tonight. live from citi field, mallory hoff channel 7 eyewitness news.
now game 4 again it is tonight, just a weekend full of that. game 4 tonight, 8:07 is the first pitch. remember to send us your pictures showing off your blue and orange pride. use the hashtag abc7ny. thanks for the hundreds and hundreds of photos you've already sent. a lot of mets pride out there. tonight. we have breaking news overseas, 224 people are feared dead after a russian passenger plane crashed in egypt shortly after takeoff. the flight's pilot told air traffic controllers the plane, a metro jet plane was experiencing technical problems. moments later it disappeared from radar. that was 23 minutes and the plane was leaving a tourist destination right there on the coast in egypt and was bound for st. petersburg in russia. its wreckage has been located in northern sinai. a stop work order has been issued against the company in
in a deadly collapse in manhattan. the building is on 38th street in midtown. it was in the process of being demolished when the unplanned collapse happened. one construction worker was killed and if firefighters rescued another worker who was trapped in debris for more than three hours. this morning he's in serious condition. a 7-year-old little girl from brooklyn who choked on a sandwich at school last week has passed away. noelia-lisa echavarria was a 1st grader. she'd been on life support since choking while eating lunch. an investigation has now been launched. the city's education department claims that faculty did respond swiftly to the emergency. police in westchester county are now offering a reward to catch whoever destroyed part of a premier basketball facility. it happened at the 4th street playground in mount vernon. a car drove over and damaged
the new mats on a basketball court there. they were just installed last month. police are promising to find the culprit. >> i was heartbroken today when i came in here to see this and to know that we had spent so much time, so much money, so much efforts in order to redo these to find it in such despair. >> the community had used city development block grant funds for the park rehab but now taxpayers will have to foot the bill for the much needed repairs. president obama was visited by a pint-sized pope yesterday at the white house. an adorable toddler dressed as the pontiff was pushed in his own pope mobile as he attended the first family's halloween party. i love it, so cute. the president was so taken with the pint sized pontiff he turned to reporters and declared top prize. the kid was one of hundreds from local schools and military families who came to trick or
treat at the executive mansion. >> so cute. they're getting cookie pops from the first lady. >> halloween is a reason to indulge. don't hand out carrot sticks at the house. nobody wants the carrot stick. >> i don't want a green bean. >> a granola bar. >> here's a brussels sprout. >> coming up next on eyewitness news saturday morning. there we go. flooding actually still a major problem down south in texas. the trouble not over just yet. crews are trying to figure out
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welcome back, two people have died and two are still missing after a system of rain went right through south central texas. rising flood waters soaked neighborhoods on part of interstate 35 in austin. flooding forced one airport to cancel flights after water started to seep into an air traffic control tower. crews are trying to determine whether or not tornadoes actually touched down in an area that was already socked by hurricane patricia or tropical storm patricia. the trouble's not over for texas yet. the state is bracing for another round of thunderstorms coming in today. enough already.
you know, my girlfriend is coming in for the marathon, dierdra, and she was on the tarmac for three hours in texas last night because of the storms. i don't even know if she made it in yet. it was terrible with the flights. >> i think there's a new rule now, they can't make you sit on that tarmac for longer than. >> i think it's four. >> they pushed it right up to the limit. >> that's the worst feeling. >> we've got the marathon forecast. i'm going to share details on that. a lot of people are like world series baseball. yeah, no matter what the weather they're cheering on the mets, and today for game 4 at the stadium, at the field, city feel, it looks like things are going to be really really decent. temperatures in the 50s, a little wind that's blowing out. i mean you really can't -- you really can't go wrong, beautiful sunrise. it's all right, isn't it? yeah. here we go. we're back in action. temperatures right now are in the 50s in the boroughs. there's some upper 40s showing
high today of 56 in the city, so we're not going to warm up a whole lot. we've got cool air settling in. right now 43 officially at the park. 52% humidity, a northwest wind that will turn and a southwesterly wind later this afternoon. on the island 30s at ronkonkoma. temperatures are significantly cooler. we go from the 50s and 40s but 20 degrees colder in poughkeepsie. 15 degrees colder in monticello. it a's chilly start compared to yesterday. sleetly below freezing for andover, and poughkeepsie. we're seeing our temperatures continue to warm up through the mid-morning hours. like i said, maybe mid-50s is where we top off, but by tomorrow afternoon, we'll be even warmer above average even. cool, calm and dry for the trick or treaters. that's the story for this afternoon, and by the way, sunset time is at 5:55. drivers be aware of all those little ghosts and goblins.
not as gusty as we go into game 4. a light breeze out of the southwest will take the ball to the right field. that looks like it's going to be decent weather. 52 by the 9th inning. much nice they are year for the tcs new york city marathon. tomorrow during the race we're looking for upper 50s, low 60s, mostly dry, very few sun breaks. there will be more clouds than sunshine. while you're over in staten island, it's possibly a spotty shower could show up. nothing more than a drip or drizzle and it's out of here. most runners will be beginning their race after 10:00. you'll be running in try conditions through the midday. 56 this afternoon with increasing clouds. for baseball it's 54 at first pitch dropping to 52 by the end of the game, and those southwest winds may be up to 12 that's about it. should be a pretty beautiful night at citi field. temperatures will be in the 50s here in the city overnight and marathon. tomorrow morning we'll see temperatures in the 50s over in staten island and going for a
high of 66 degrees. that should be pretty nice, pretty nice and mild for the big finish in central park. rain south and east will be here on monday night, 64 the high that day. the rest of the weekend the accuweather seven-day forecast, we're in the upper 60s and low 70s, almost 10 degrees above average. wow. 70s for several days like wednesday, thursday, friday. >> is there something more important right now? >> no, there's not. >> i mean if there's something more important, then let's talk about it [ laughter ] >> we love it. >> don't forget, clocks fall back tonight, you get an extra hour. >> extra hour of sleep. >> going to fall back. >> extra sleep for us. we'll be extra energetic tomorrow. >> what are you going to do with your extra hour. >> before we go to break, let's look at today's channel 7 community calendar. >> and because of the rock star this man was last night this calendar, show that, is
this is a remix of van halens right now. >> it's not going to play. >> craft purchased in westchester, the fair features 100 e lead artists and offers a first look at one of a kind artists. lincoln center's trick or treat monsters and music festivals. activities throughout the cultures hubs plazas. enthusiasts. wildlife weekend at queens county museum is for you. get up close with frogs, insects and birds of prey. >> it's the largest dog costume event in brooklyn. join hundreds for the 17th annual pupkin festival. >> a community comes together for a twist to keep kids safe. trunk or treat in new jersey promises to be filled with fun and sweets for all. >> at halloween festival at the
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for st. petersburg in russia. its wreckage has been found in northern sinai. time now is 7:56. our top stories, the mets are looking to even the score in game 4. they came back home, brought a win with them against the kansas city royals last night. >> yeah, and eyewitness news reporter mallory hoff live at citi field with the very latest. good morning, mallory. >> good morning, rob, michelle, mets are waking up feeling very good this morning as are their fans preparing for game 4, which will take place here tonight. this after a good night for the mets last night. take a look at this final play before the mets took the win. david wright rose over to 1st for that final out. mets fans celebrated well into the evening hours, and mets fans tell us that team is going to do it again right here tonight at home for game 4. live from citi field, mallory hoff channel 7 eyewitness news. thank you mallory.
gunman who shot in an mta bus in brooklyn. video captured the moment bus b13 pulled up yesterday. seconds later four men ran away. one passenger says one of the men fired his gun at another man. then the bullet pierced the bus sending glass flying before it blasted through another window also on the bus. a woman was scratched by some of the glass. quite a weekend as we've been talking about for the nypd. police are now tightening up security as they deal with several huge events around town, the world series, the halloween parade down to the village and of course tomorrow's tcs new york city marathon. full docket. the department is deploying 1800 officers and setting up thousands of barricade, if the big marathon tomorrow. and on this halloween added security worries after an fbi warning about an anarchist group that says it is planning to ambush cops on that halloween holiday. officials are down playing concerns about that group. we want to remind you channel 7 is your home for the
tcs new york city marathon. catch countdown to the starting line tonight at 7:30. our marathon sunday coverage kicks off tomorrow morning at 7. albeit 61st and 1st avenue. >> with my banana. >> high five. >> you want a banana? >> i want a banana. >> how about some goo. >> i'll be taking some goo along. >> the what? >> the squishy stuff they use to give them energy. >> it's legal. >> looking here over the east river, what a beautiful start to the day. we have 43 degrees. trick or treating, it's all good. what a fantastic forecast. a mix of sun and clouds through the afternoon. we'll get 56 for the high. 50 for the low. beautiful in citi field. queens what a night it's going to be. southwest wind is light. then tomorrow for the marathon a spot shower early. mostly dry for the runners during the race and 66 the high for the finish at central park. >> perfect. >> and the singer of black cat,. >> janet jackson. >> she googled it.