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make sure that our first responders, our construction workers, others were given the health care they needed after their exposure on the pile. >> clinton has shown some frustration with her democratic opponent, bernie sanders. the tension evident saturday as the campaigns bickered over scheduling a possible debate before the new york contest. clinton says of the possible gma debate that she'll be there. sanders who is stumping hard in wisconsin for tuesday's primary stomping. >> if you look the the those democratic debates many observers have noted they're often scheduled on days when the viewer turnout without not be particularly high. i would hope that she would agree with me, let's do it at a mutually convenient time. >> recent polls shows clinton has the edge with a 54% lead. on the gop side donald trump has a bigger edge with 56% of and kasich. if the two home state
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clinton says she'll be ready. >> we'll let the republicans decide who their nominee is because they have to make that decision, but if he is the nominee or if any of the republicans end up being the nominee, and i'm the nominee, i will look forward to debating them about the future of our country. >> clinton has another busy day tomorrow. she'll join governor cuomo as he signs the $15 minimum wage into law. as for the republicans, kasich will also be here tomorrow at hofstra university, and trump will hold a rally on tuesday at his golf club in westchester county. again, that primary april 19th. sandra. thank you very much. retired soccer player abby wambach was arrested for drunk driving overnight in oregon. portland police say the 35-year- old was pulled over after running a red light.
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sobriety test and breathalyzer. wambach was released after booking. she wont two olympic gold medals and one world cup title. we aren't the only ones picking up after strong wind blew through the area. look what happened in the midwest. a concrete sign toppled on a car, we'll show you how the driver managed to get out of this mess unharmed. >> have the wind died down for good here, meteorologi i'm chris bosh. when i was sidelined with blood clots in my lung, it was serious. fortunately, my doctor had a game plan. treatment with xarelto . hey guys! hey, finally, somebody i can look up to... ...besides arnie. xarelto is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin,
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call, a big gust knocked over a giant concrete sign at a chipotle in nora indiana. it fell on to a car as the driver was getting out. the sign demolished the car but the driver was only slightly hurt. it happened right after he opened the door to step outside. >> perfect timing on his part. >> oh, boy. >> so now with those winds would have been part of this system or separate? >> yes, they were the same thing, same exact thing, they whipped on through here last night into this morning and now they're finally beginning to calm down. now all eyes are turning toward a potentially messy monday morning commute if you're coming in from areas north of new york city. we're taking a look right now out toward the reservoir in central park where the wind is still gusting up to 30 miles per hour, at times sustained at 22. nothing like the nearly 60 miles per hour wind gusts that were affecting the area earlier and causing power outages and the downed trees and power lines. temperature right now 40. it feels a whole lot colder than that. the high was 50. that's a little misleading. that was just after midnight
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high this time of the year. 56. the record was 81. that was set back in 1981. next seven hours look at the wind, really calming down. it's almost calm by midnight with temperatures tailing off into the upper 30s. you're already down to freezing at newburgh. you're down into the upper 20s in monticello. these areas north of the city will get down into the 20s overnight tonight, and that means as this system moves on in it will at least start as snow in areas north and west of new york city. so we'll track it for you here on the futurecast and check out the temperatures at the same time. you see by midnight tonight, so between now and midnight, no precipitation falling in the viewing area. snow just approaching extreme western parts of sullivan county, pike county, pennsylvania. look at temperatures at or below freezing in areas north of the city. as this moves in during the predawn hours, it will come in as snowfall, areas north of new york city. by dawn, by just after 6 a.m. we're about 40 degrees in the city.
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is just rain. it might begin as a couple of wet snowflakes. it quickly goes over to rain. north it's a different story. only 31 at newburgh, 32 at poughkeepsie. there should be snow covered roads. that snow rain line gradually works off to the north by 10 a.m. we get a little bit of a break in the precipitation. temperatures rise into the low 50s by game time at yankee stadium. for first pitch probably temperatures in the low 50s. if we're lucky we get a little bit of a break from the rain. more rain comes in unfortunately during the afternoon. that could end as a couple of brief flakes of snow by tomorrow evening. here's the snowfall forecast. before it changes over to rain, we're looking at a coating to aen inch of snow north of new york city. it's more like 1 to 3 inches right along this i-84 corridor including orange county, putnam counties and where we have a winter weather advisory, dutchess county, ulster and sullivan. 3 to 6 inches of snow, i can't
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increasing clouds with a bit of rain and snow by down. all snow north of the city where there will be some accumulation and slick travel for the monday morning commute. 34, cloudy and chilly with periods of rain in the city to recall. snow changing to rain north and west. we're up to about 54. it's decreasing clouds and cold tomorrow night. there will be a hard freeze across the entire area with that low going down to 27 degrees, only going up to 41 for a high on tuesday despite some sunshine, mainly sunny on wednesday, low 50s. our warmest day thursday up near 60 but we have rain in the area. could be heavy. could be some thunderstorms. 59, cloudy and cooler for mets home opener on friday. 49, could be a shower or two around and cool next weekend. 46 saturday, maybe warming up to 53 by sunday, not looking great out there. >> mother nature's confused. >> yes, very. >> need to turn up the temperature. >> laura behnke up next with a look at sports. >> baseball guys do not like this. >> yes, it was an awfully
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baseball season is now officially here which means summer has to come along sooner rather than later right? tonight the mets get their campaign started with the world series rematch in kansas city as they look to come out with a different result this time around while the league
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the road back to the world series begins tonight. >> it does. >> go mets. >> and happy harvey day to you. mets fans no doubt the thought of kansas city does not bring you warm and fuzzy feelings after they topped new york in the world series. tonight it's a whole new season as the mets at least try to spoil kc's big ring and world series banner celebration by getting the win on baseball's opening night. matt harvey will be opt mound as the mets open their most anticipated season in years. the first pitch set for just after 8:30 tonight. as met fans anxiously await that first pitch, major league baseball was kind enough today to get the ball rolling early on this opening day with division rivals, the pirates taking on the cardinals, 2nd inning a little hilarity ensuing here. that's the pitcher francisco liriano driving in the first run of the big league season. 1-0 pirates. not only did he lead the league
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moment, he had a good game on the mound as well. 6 shutout innings. 4-1 the pirates roll. next the blue jays and rays squaring off in tampa. edward encarnacion driving in two with a single to right center. in the 3rd evan longoria doing his part to get one back. he singles in the first ray's run of the season. right now it is 5-1 jays. and finally on this opening day we have one more preseason game. try explaining that one. the cubs putting on a show 3rd inning that's the solo shot tieing the game at 1. then in the 4th anthony rizzo showing off his own strength. cubs take a 2-1 lead. they would fall 6-4. this game doesn't count. same two teams tomorrow, that one does count. with a few games left the knicks will be giving the younger guys from here on out. brooklyn announcing it will shut down brook lopez and that had i can't say young for the
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here's one of those youngsters chris kilpatrick hitting the 3. didn't take long for him to nail it in. then in the 4th new orleans pulling away, tim frazier doing the honors. 106-87 your final. the knicks will take on the pacers later tonight. 68 teams began the ncaa tournament over three weeks ago. now only two remain. tomorrow night a new national champion will be crowned as north carolina meets villanova. the tar heels rolled past syracuse last night advancing to the title game for the first time since 2009. unc will be looking for its sixth national championship while roy williams is looking for his third with the tar heels. the head coach had other things on his mind last night. >> i really wish stuart scott was here and dean smith and bill gut ridge and my best friend ted seagros was here. the last year and a half has
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that but they're up there smiling somewhere. >> as for their opponent, villanova had a ton of fun as the wildcats dismantled oklahoma for the 44 point win. that's the largest margin of victory in final 4 history. it was nova's fourth win had this tournament by at least points but don't think they've taken anything for granted over these last few weeks. even last night head coach jay wright wasn't convinced they would win. >> i told the team at half- time, they're going to come back and make a run, which they did at the start of the second half. that was about and baker dunly said you want to put the walk, i said no. i wasn't even -- i wasn't even sure at that point. >> novak djokovic is already one of the most decorated tennis players ever. today he added a few more milestones to his resume. djokovic winning 6363 in the miami open final. it's his 28th masters title which breaks the record he
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he also passes roger federer with a mere 98 at any time 2 million dollars. the uconn women in action against oregon state they were leading 37-24 in the second. highlights at 11. that is the news for now. thanks for joining us. i'm joe torres. >> and i'm sandra bookman.
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but tonight, limited service has resumed through the accident area. investigators will be look at the signals, dispatch. how did the train and piece of equipment get on the same line? as you can see, trains are rolling here. the commute tomorrow should not be significantly affected. >> thank you. now to the deadly weather hitting millions high winds wreaking havoc in the northeast.
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and knocking out power for thousands. frigid temperatures bringing spring snow in other states. here's rob marciano. >> reporter: tonight, dozens of cars caught in a snowy pileup in upstate new york, including a tour bus. ergency crews racing to reach the injured. all part of a wintry blast inging dangerous winds across e east. in boston, this bmw crushed by a falling tree. the two people inside the car did not survive. in nearby foxborough, that downed power line igniting right in the street. wind gusts so powerful in indianapolis, they knocked that chipotle sign right into this vehicle, flattening it. luckily the driver managed to get out safely. and in new jersey, winds gusting over 50 miles per hour, damaging homes. >> all of a sudden, the entire house started to shake, and the wind was almost screaming. our neighbors' awnings were being ripped off, and we saw our
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neighborod. >> reporter: power crews scrambling to get the 90,000 homes without power back online. behind the wind, a blast of snow sweeping parts of the midwest and northeast. in pittsburgh, a chilly start to baseball's opening day. ground crews clearing ice and today's pirates/cardinals game. >> rob, thank you. when we come back, trump in trouble. trying to getck tonight. stay with us. with advil, you'll ask what backache? what sore wrist? what headache? what bad shoulder? advil makes pain a distant memory. nothing works faster stronger it's the world's #1 choice.
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>> was this my best week? i guess not. i could have done without the retweet, et cetera. >> reporter: the frontrunner admitting multiple mistakes, including that retweeting of an unflattering photo of ted cruz's wife, heidi. cruz saying he's unimpressed. >> it's gotten to the point where i could not care less about donald trump. >> reporter: add to trump's list of regrets, his initial suggestion that women be punished for having an illegal abortion. >> well, i -- as a hypothetical question, i would have rather asked it -- you know, answered it in a different manner, yes. >> reporter: he didn't stop there. this morning, going for scrambled eggs and a side of humble pie. >> dough think anything you said in the past week and a half hurts you with voters? >> it might. >> reporter: his shifting positions creating that firestorm -- and fodder for "snl." >> at this point, donald trump has to be pro-choice, because he's made all of the choices. >> reporter: when we caught up with ted cruz, he told us trump's position on abortion is no laughing matter.
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answers of someone who is a liberal trying to say what he thinks a conservative wants to hear. >> reporter: the democrats are neck and neck in wisconsin and locked in a heated debate over debates. hillary clinton telling george stephanopoulos in an interview for "good morning america" that she agrees to face-off with bernie sanders on "gma." >> i'll be there. i think it's a great opportunity to reach an audience that may not always be able because of other obligations to tune into debates. >> reporter: sanders says he'd like to debate clinton before the big new york primary. but stopped short of committing. >> people of new york deserve to hear us discussing the important issues facing that state and facing the country. >> reporter: bernie sanders and ted cruz are both exceedingly optimistic they'll win the most delegates on tuesday, giving them fresh momentum and likely extending this race into the summer if they can pull it off. tom? >> thank you. we'll be right back.ese feet were the first in my family to graduate from college and trained as a nurse. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer.
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