tv Eyewitness News ABC April 2, 2016 5:00pm-6:00pm EDT
a storm system is heading our way, bringing rain that could turn into snow. but the main concern is wind. jeff smith is here with the accuweather forecast. >> and you wouldn't know it looking at central park. that's going to change in a big way. we have a high wind warning in effect that goes into effect at midnight through 2 p.m. on sunday basically for the entire viewing area. and damaging winds are likely. locally damaging winds are likely, especially around dawn tomorrow. a couple of showers north of new york city. and a steadier batch over dutchess county. and we have this very energetic upper level system sing through lower michigan and diving off to the south and east and this will be here later on tonight. watch what happens as this moves in. there'll be a squall line of
new jersey around midnight. that can change over to a period of snow. it could even accumulate in areas minority of the city. i-- north of the city. that's at 5:00 in the morning. the wind will be howling right through the morning hours. high winds from late tonight to tomorrow afternoon. damaging gusts of 50 to 60 miles per hour. i think the peak gusts will be around daybreak tomorrow. that's the best chance of power outages and damage with downed trees and power lines, and also the rain showers turning to snow showers. it could be a coating to an inch or so. many more details coming up in the full accuweather forecast. breaking news in the bronx. two people have been hurt after a car slammed into a building in wakefield. >> we have the details live from the scene. a.j-- >> reporter: this all happened
and there's extensive damage to the restaurant here on the corner of white plains road and east 223rd street. the hyundai elantra jumped the curb and hit a man sitting inside. as we arrived on scene we noticed a man near the front door being attended to by medics. police quickly arrived on scene and that man was placed on a stretcher and taken to an ambulance and taken to a nearby hospital. and according to eyewitnesses this all stemmed from an accident between two cars. one car was making the turn on east 223rd street and another car collided with it. the driver lost control and went into the restaurant. and right now the nypd
determine more specifics as to what caused all of this. an eyewitness -- >> the car came from that side and hit the car that was coming this side to turn. and i guess she lost control. the lady seemed like she panicked when the car hit her. >> reporter: from what we've been told the drivers involved in the accident remained on the scene. the nypd is interview witnesses to determine what caused all of this. and trying to get an update on the condition of the patron inside the restaurant when this all occurred. a.j. ross, channel 7 eyewitness news. a 103-year-old woman was attacked inside a building and the woman who did it was half her age. >> reporter: police say they
charged with robbery, harassment, and assault for mugging a 103-year-old woman here in co-op city. cops say the woman in the video is 53-year-old sharon mcneil accused of following the victim into the building, riding the elevator with her. and when they got off police say mcneil attacked her, leaving her bruised. >> he pushed me to the ground and took my shopping cart with everything in it. i had everything, my money and everything in it. >> she said the assailant was -- the suspect took off with $35. coming up at 6:00. we'll tell you if she forgives her attacker.
a suspicious package forced the evacuation of port of the port authority bus terminal. police cleared the south building this afternoon to investigate the item which was wrapped in brown paper and near a bar on the second level. the area was reopened 30 minutes later. port authority police did not say what was found. a man was found dead on the side of the bronx river parkway in i don't thinkers, a passer -- in yonkers. >> it's not clear whether the man died at the scene or somewhere else. the medical examiner will determine the cause of death. a tractor-trailer jackknifed about 10:15 this morning. two traffic lanes were closed for two hours as workers cleaned up the scene. no injuries were reported. the brussels airport will
service tomorrow for the first time since that terrorist bombing nearly two weeks ago. authorities expect three brussels airline flights to take off. the airport ceo says operations will gradually increase with the goal of reaching full service by the start of summer. meanwhile. minor classes erupted in a brussels neighborhood where a group planned to demonstrate. and police removed protesters from outside the stock exchange. authorities have banned all demonstrations. much more ahead on eyewitness news at 5:00. a little travel therapy at one local airport. what one airline is doing to ease stress among passengers. spring is in the air and inside the home. if the season makes the
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>> reporter: the purpose of rocco is to provide comfort and love to other people and he was too good to keep to myself. hug one of these dogs and you'll calm right down. >> reporter: from lowering blood pressure to reducing depression and anxiety. thousands of runners took part in the 13th annual scotland 10k run. here you see the fastest runners to complete the 6.2- mile loop. that run kicks off with a celebration of scottish american heritage and pride. >> what you're telling us is that it's going to feel like scotland soon. >> you remember monday night to tuesday morning, damage across the area.
and we'll add 10 to 15 miles per hour to those winds. by late tonight into the morning hours. there'll be power outages and downed trees and power lines, we take a look towards lower manhattan and it doesn't look that bad but things will change in a big way. 55degrees, the wind coming in from the southwest at 8 miles per hour. that's going to feel relatively calm compared to what we have 12 miles from now. the pressure -- the high got up to 61 just after midnight last night. and fell during the rain this morning. here's the planner, 52 at 7:00 and down to 46 by midnight. here comes the front and here comes the wind. 25 to 35 miles per hour. and these are sustained winds at 7:00 in the morning. 30 to 45 miles per hour perhaps gusting up to 60. the rain showers that we get overnight could be changing to snow showers before dawn and
a mix of clouds and sun. and still the wind at 30 to 45, gusting up to 50 and 60 miles per hour. right now 55 degrees at morristown. and 46 at monticello. we have had a few light showers across much of the area after through. and we'll track the next system and at midnight the squall line comes in to western new jersey and this could be accompanied by thunder and lightning and strong wind gusts. after the line moves by and we get rain showers changing to snow showers during the predawn hours, there could be a coating to an inch north and west of the city. and then the wind howls during the day tomorrow. and temperatures in the low 40s for a high. and then another system comes into play during the day on monday. we have snow and rain developing across the area. and changing to rain in the city.
north where there could be some accumulation and it does not look like a good opening day at yankees stadium. we can get the initial burst of 350-mile-per-hour winds. and 50-mile-per-hour is in the purple. around 1 a.m. with the squall line and that overspreads the entire area during the morning hours of sunday before it finally starts to calm down. here's the accuweather forecast. turning very windy late. and more widespread showers changing to snow showers after midnight. we're down to 37. very windy and chillier and a high getting up to 43. and potentially damaging winds up to 60 miles per hour during the morning. and turns cloudy and cold with diminishing wind ahead of our next system down to 34. he's opening day at yankees stadium.
there should be rain in the city. temperature around 48 degrees. does not feel that great in the stands. bundle up and bring rain gear for the that. blustery and cold on tuesday. chilly on wednesday, and upper 40s and a storm comes in thursday. and there could be a thunderstorm. and then cold again for friday into saturday. april is starting like a lion. i thought that was supposed to be a march thing. apparently, it's april this year. >> thank you, sir. have you allergies been giving you a hard time. it's not the pollen count outside that could be the source of the problem. >> lori stokes has tips on how to allergy proof your home. >> reporter: reducing allergens in your home is nothing to sneeze at. a good place to start -- bedding.
hot water and running them through a hot drier can ease allergy symptoms. >> dust mites will drown or die in the hot air cycle. >> cover box springs with a tightly woven fabric that's dust mite proof. >> reporter: humidity at 30 to 50% helps reduce mites and mold. >> reporter: the right sized air conditioner helps cut humidity and the humidifiers also work but generate heat. save them for the basement. and air purifiers are useful for removing dust and pollen. top rated portable air cleaners include this honey well. >> if you have a heating or cooling system you may want to opt for a thicker filter. it may require professional installation.
healthy living filter, available online. and don't forget the vacuum can kick up dust and allergies. these vacuums are good for emissions. the hoover wind tunnel and the kenmore for 350. allergy and asthma sufferers might want to stay away from bagless vacuums. lori stokes, channel 7 eyewitness news. tumor reports says -- consumer reports says there are other remedies. keep the house clean and ban smoking and make sure that the home is well ventilated in the kitchen and the restroom. right now it's the final four but after tonight only two will remain. next up for the yankees, opening day.
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but we like that baseball is starting. the yankees will be heading for new york and the regular season. before the opening day, a final goodbye to the sunshine state as the yankees and marlins took the diamond. jacoby elevations bury leading off in style. the marlins finding a way to get it back. this could be a three run blast and stays in the park. the marlins -- 2-1 is yanks in the spring with a loss. an intense week got more interesting with the islanders hosting the penguins. a win by the islanders today would help them and the blue shirts.
the unassisted shorthanded goal. and larkin took a penalty. and they head to the box. and when they got out. that happened. no love lost here. the goals were all pittsburgh's. 5-zip is the final. and the pens clinch a post season spot. feels like forever since they cut down the nets in the regional finals. the semifinals begin with villanova and oklahoma followed by syracuse and north carolina. let's break it all down. >> reporter: four teams, go huge games and two march on and two go home. the most unlikely team in the dance is the syracuse orange. all they have to do is beat the carolina tar heels. >> if we play really, really well and get lucky, perhaps they'll let us stay around and play the next day.
year for the orange. the coach was suspended after being cited for violations. >> there's a bunch of great teams at the top and carolina is definitely one of them. you get excited for games like these. >> and villanova and oklahoma. villanova has not won a national championship since reagan was president. and the coach is feeling the heat. >> you could definitely feel the pressure now. >> reporter: a lifelong wildcats fan has his eyes on cutting down the nets. >> we'd love to bring a championship home to philly. >> oklahoma guard -- has a dream of his own wielding the sooners to their first championship. we'll have more coming up at 6:00 including the latest on the warriors who did not help themselves last night.
them and see you again at 6:00. virtual reality is all the rage these days. and one college in the area is taking it to a new level. >> sandy kenyon says what they're doing in the lab is going to change the way you watch movies. >> imagine you could go back in time and attempt what seems to be impossible. that's what i did when i took the walk using virtual reality. it felt like i was own a wire above manhattan with the wind whistling around me. >> this is just the beginning. >> reporter: he's a scientist who won an oscar for technical work improving special effects used in movies like inside out. and today he's developing vital tools for film makers in the future. >> directors could have the experience of walking through a
before anyone has built it. >> the film makers would see it in a lab like this one at nyu. >> these units capture how much -- is moving. >> sensors -- it's placed in a virtual world. and manipulated by student -- what he sees is impossible for us to show on tv. >> he's able to walk around the drawing and wherever he walks he's seeing it as a three dimensional sculpture. >> as cool as this may be, the near future promises to be even more true to life. >> instead of wearing cumbersome headsets, people will be able to slip on a pair of sunglasses and in their
to do things we couldn't imagine. >> imagine wearing contact lenses and seeing a different place and time in detail. add ear pieces and the effect is complete. you could be in your living room but it would look and sound like a different place. one day you won't just watch a movie. you'll be in it. >> a whole new word. my, oh, my. high hopes in wisconsin with presidential candidates on both sides hoping to secure some undecided voters. a deadly landing in california. a small plane cloudy skies with cars on the freeway. the taxi and limo
you're watching new york's number 1 news. channel 7 eyewitness news at 5:00 with joe torres. sandra bookman. and meteorologist jeff smith. now, eyewitness news continues. >> here's a look at tonight's top stories. two people with hurt after a car slammed into a restaurant in the wakefield section of the bronx. >> a suspicious package forced the evacuation of the bus terminal. authorities gave the all clear about 40 minutes later. police in the bronx arrest a woman accused of attacking a 103-year-old woman.
knocked the victim to the floor in the hallway of the co-op city building and stole several items. >> all eyes are on wisconsin this weekend as presidential candidates from both parties stump ahead of the state's primary. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders are neck and neck while donald trump will try to make up lost ground. devin guy is in wisconsin with -- devin dwyer is in wisconsin. >> reporter: donald trump calling in some reinforcements. the gop front runners opening act in wisconsin is sarah palin. >> she's amazing. she has that energy and the big brain power. >> reporter: trump quickly addressing numbers that show him trailing ted cruz by double digits.
because nobody knows my message. >> reporter: cruz leaving the state to court delegates in north dakota. >> it's entirely possible that the men and women gathered here will decide this nomination. >> reporter: if trump loses, the chances of a contested convention are getting higher. >> the key for us is to accumulate delegates and to be able to build momentum going into the conventions. >> i believe we're going to do just fine in wisconsin. >> reporter: tuesday's primary is pivotal for the democrats. bernie sanders hitting front runner hillary clinton on environmental issues. >> secretary clinton actually pushed this technology. >> reporter: behind the scenes the campaigns going back and forth over a date for the debate. and the contradictions from the
the oil and gas industry. devin dwyer, abc news. >> stay with us for the latest on the coverage. and get the latest at www.abc7ny.com. a small plane crashed on a freeway in southern california killing one and injuring five others. a plane went down on i-15, 50 miles north of san diego. one person in the car died and three passengers in the vehicle and two people in the plane were taken to the hospital for treatment. the conditions are unknown. two more bodies have been found in the rubble of an overpass in india. that brings the death toll now to 26 people. four top officials from the construction company responsible for the bridge have been arrested. and authorities have detained up to six more. a company executive refuses to take responsibility for the
of god that brought the overpass down. fighting is heating up near one of syria's largest cities. 25 pro government fighters died in crashes. an al-qaeda affiliated group has taken over an area near a major highway. this comes after weeks of air invitations on opposition held areas. the syrian government is fighting despite a partial seizefire. north korea says they have tested -- with the members of the military watching the launch. the time and location of the launch was not included in the tv report. yesterday, south korea said the north had fired a short range missile into the ocean. changes are coming to taxicabs in new york city.
looking at rules that prevent drivers from sexually harassing passengers. >> reporter: for cab drivers, it's a reminder to keep your hands on the wheel while keeping your hands to yourself. >> the commission is looking to overhaul the rules spelling out what is not allowed for drivers. >> i think it's a good thing. the more clarity we can have on the rules and then confidence about enforcement, the better. >> the rules prevent the cabbies from touching passengers in an intimate or sexual matter. asking them out would not be allowed and flirting is a no, no. >> i think that would be a great idea. you continue the want to be a woman and have anybody inappropriately ask. so absolutely. >> flirting, i don't have a problem with that.
makes you uncomfortable. then i don't have a problem with them fining them for that. >> a thousand dollars fine for sexual harassment. and sexual misconduct could result in a 2000 fine and the cabbie's license revoked. >> a lot of times drivers get accused wrongfully. >> he calls the new regulations an overreaction. >> i believe that drivers have to deal with more than enough issues, bringing strangers in their cars every day. >> a hearing is scheduling for next month. and the rules could go into effect. and coming up on eyewitness news at 5:00. community members team up in new jersey to fight one of the deadliest forms of cancer. a little boy in vermont
seven on your side comes to the rescue of all sorts of victims. one of them happens to be four legs. the dog you're about to meet was used as a so called bait dog. now she has a second chance at a better life. >> she's had a rough life and has come very far. >> reporter: she's waiting for a forever home. >> how come no one adopted you? >> it's been three years after she was rescued off death row. thousands signed a petition to save her. and now she's a mascot for rescue dog, the movie. >> and each has its own charity that does amazing stuff.
>> reporter: the second chance rescue organization rescued her and others waiting to be euthanized. >> her charity relies on people like regina mendoza who has turned her home and yard into a foster camp. >> just bringing home one dog and then another and then another. and over a year and a half i've fostered 120 dogs. >> and baby joey is in residence now. >> with both of his rear paws chopped off he was in pain and bleeding to death. >> he scoots without the use of his hind legs. >> the special needs animals -- other organizations can't handle the financial burden. >> we need to install canine grass. >> the volunteers who house, feed, and sometimes just show
will tell you they're not rescuing the dogs. the dogs are rescuing them. >> the rescue dog will say thank you a million times over. you just saved their life. the rescue dog movie is playing this weekend at the mall veteran in hempstead. ask yourself if you have the time and money to adopt. don't bring a pet in if you can't afford all the bills. and an 8-year-old boy has literally been saving up pennies for four years. and this is not just one dog. life. he has type one diabetes and a continuous glucose monitor but it's not always accurate. >> i realized there's these
and i really want to get one. and my mom said you'll have to start saving money. >> reporter: and you did. >> yeah. >> the dog would be trained to jump on the bed if the blood sugar drops too low. so far, aden has collected $2500. he needs $15,000 to buy that dog. businesses that have put out donation jars. cats may have nine lives and one man in russia is making sure they have extra protection. he lives in a monastery and so do the cats. the video shows him blessing the animals. a press officer says they have a daily ritual of walking and
one image taken by the hubble telescope. it's in the center of the milky way galaxy. nasa was able to stitch together nine separate images to bring us this one gorgeous view. >> that's a lot of stars. it's one of the hardest cancers to detect early and one of the deadliest. >> an event raised awareness and money in the fight against ovarian cancer. >> the first annual run walk was held at liberty state park. it was an affair for the whole family with some people pushing strollers over the finish line. the event raised money for the search for the cure and to improve the quality of life for survivors. >> good thing that event was today, right, jeff. >> the at the present times would be fly -- the tents would
power outages, downed tries, and power lines. secure any outdoor items you have outside right now. there's a view towards central park. the sheet metal looking rather nice. of course we had the first mow the other day. 55degrees and mostly cloudy skies and the wind from the southwest at 8 miles per hour. enjoy this relative calm before the storm because it's going to get nasty. high winds from late tonight to tomorrow afternoon. i think the highest wind would be from 1:00 or 2:00 in the morning to 10 a.m. it's a good portion of the morning hours. we could get the wind gusts of 50 to 60 miles per hour. no doubt going to be causing power outages across the area. and also overnight rain showers will develop and turn to snow showers before ending by dawn and there could be a coating to an inch of snow in areas north of the city. and not out of the realm of
travel from i-84 and points north. 55 in morristown. and 49 islip. and 46 at montauk. and here's the high wind warning we have in effect from midnight to 2 p.m. and it's in effect to 6 p.m. sunday over eastern long island. the wind is expected to last longer in those areas, the damaging winds that is. and a freeze watch. a lot of people have put plants outdoors. late tomorrow night to monday morning we'll get temperatures below freezing, long island, southwestern connecticut and across the five boroughs of new york city. jersey. here's the radar picture showing a couple of light sprinkles and showers. the main rainfall from the morning has since moved offshore. and this is the pattern we get
and this thing arrives and this thing is pretty strong over southern parts of lower michigan. and this is going to dive to the south and east and be right over us after midnight. and east of us by tomorrow morning. here's our high resolution future cast. and it shows good details in terms of the intensity that will move in. just after midnight. this is a squall line. this could have briefly heavy rain and rumbles of thunder, and winds gusting to 50 miles per hour. and the wind whips around from the west. and all of this at 4:15 in the morning. probably in the form of snow from new york city and points north where there could be a coating to an inch or so as you head north. by 7:15 a.m. it starts moving offshore. and the pattern through the early part of the month will be
takes a bunch of successive dips, showers changing to snow showers. and we're down to 37. and remaining windy during the day, especially through the early afternoon. 43 for a high and a mix of snow and rain changes over to rain by first partnership if there's a first pitch. we'll have to see if that game gets postponed. and blustery and cool. our warmest day is thursday. and we have rain and a thunderstorm in the forecast by then. and then we're back to the 40s. not a nice start to april. we got teased with the 70 to 80- degree readings. >> a big relief for california crab fishermen after authorities declared dungeness crab safe to eat. >> crab season was delayed by four months in northern california when warm ocean waters led to algae blooms and
and fishermen are back to earning a living. local officials call for federal aid after the delayed system severely impacted the state's economy. law students at george mason university are worried that a name change could pigeon hole their future careers. the law school said they'd change the name to antonin scalia law school. because he was known for his conservative stance, it could limit their job choices, they say. we remember veterans of the vietnam war today. the gathering in lower
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>> veterans and the loved ones of many who have fallen placed wreaths at the vietnam veterans memorial in lower manhattan. it helps veterans follow this pledge. never again will one generation of veterans abandon another. a middle school in maryland has one of its students to thank for saving it a big chunk of money. the school near baltimore went down with equipment issues and there was no money to fix the problems. an 11-year-old, who is an avid gamer came up with an idea. >> once i thought about it a little bit. why can't i make it online so kids can see it. i'm setting up a program and it's basically -- it's free and doesn't cost any money. >> scotty can work here at channel 7. >> using a web cam and streaming programs saved the
and other schools are considering copying scotty's idea. the ceo of tesla needs to rethink production planning for the company's new lower priced electric cars because there's a high demand. reservation lines were long thursday, the same day the company unveiled the model three. the price of the model three starts at $35,000 which is less than half the cost of previous tesla models. it has a range of 215 miles per electric charge. authorities in mexico city ordered all cars off the roads one day a week as the region copes with the worst air quality crisis in more than a decade. the government assigned a day they must be
place until june 30th. they are offering free bus and subway rides. a change for older cars in new jersey. the state will stop tail pipe testing. 1995 and older have to undergo testing. a motor vehicle commission spokeswoman says the low number lowers the value of newer cars are monitored by downloading data. the change takes effect may first. two supporters of legalized marijuana -- informational meetings will be held. and they introduced two bills to legalize the bill. and both died without a public hearing. a rumble in the bronx
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