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a few moments ago bernie sanders joined the verizon workers on the picket line. he's calling for wage equality. >> hillary clinton will deliver remarks this hour at the national action network. that's where political reporter dave evans joins us live. >> as you just mentioned hillary clinton will be speaking with us in a few minutes at the annual convention, the 25th anniversary sharpton. tomorrow. the new york daily news very praising of hillary clinton in its endorsement today and very condemning of bernie sanders. let's go ahead and take a look at part of that endorsement. it reads democrats have in
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they have an opponent bernie sanders, a fantacist. this is what happened earlier this morning in downtown brooklyn. >> i say, and this union has always said that if you don't stand up and fight, you can't ever win and bernie sanders fights the fight. so today i'm here to proudly say that new york city transit workers and tw local 100 stand with bernie sanders for president of the united states of america. >> it is too late for the same old, same old establishment politics. we've got to stand together, take on the big money interests and make it clear that our government works for all of us, not just the 1%. >> and the latest polling out today shows hillary clinton maintaining a double digit lead
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52% to 42% in today's sienna college poll ahead of the primary. few minutes. bernie sanders tomorrow. we'll keep you posted. news. >> as you know it was a busy day well. john kasich hosted a town hall in maryland. ted cruz will be holding a rally in erie, pennsylvania. donald trump is also visiting the keystone state. he has a rally this evening in pittsburgh. remember, channel 7 is your home primary. stay with eyewitness news and candidates. nearly 40,000 verizon workers are on strike right now. newscopter7 is live over a protest in downtown brooklyn. they walked off the job after two unions did not reach an agreement with management. august. different states.
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non-union workers to replace those who are on strike. earlier we showed you bernie sanders with the workers. hillary clinton has also said she supports them. new at noon, new jersey police say bogus bomb threats triggered evacuations in at least 13 schools in bergen and passaic counties this morning. the schools affected were in fairlawn, elmwood park, lodi, fort lee, leonia, englewood, hackensack, and hasbrouck heights. some of the school districts are on spring break this week. these are just the latest threats phoned in to northern new jersey schools over the last few months. new fallout from an investigation involving high ranking members of the nypd. we've learned that deputy chief andrew capul has been transferred and being reassigned to an administrative position pending further review. federal investigators are
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four nypd commanders from brooklyn south to see if they traded special favors for cash or gifts. two businessmen connected to mayor de blasio's investigation are at the center of the investigation. earlier mayor de blasio said his administration is taking action. >> i authorize yesterday a lawyer representing my 2013 campaign to reach out to the u.s. attorney's office and offer any assistance we could provide, let them know we're happy to work with them in any way that would be helpful. >> the mayor said his administration was never contacted by federal investigators. new at noon, a former nypd officer has been sentenced to prison for a shooting where alcohol was involved. eyewitness news reporter marcus solis at the courthouse in white plains with the details. >> both victims in this case offered lengthy emotional victim impact statements.
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officer, turned and offered an apology to the victims in court as well as he was sentenced to nine years in prison, a sentence that was agreed upon during a plea deal last september. cronin stood stone-faced throughout much of the proceedings. his parents and wife in court as well as family members of the victim. he pled guilty to attempted murder, assault, and drunk driving after a shooting incident in pelham in 2014. robert borelli and felice were driving home after playing hockey. while stopped at a red light, cronin, who was off duty, opened fire. felice was shot six times. borelli wasn't hit and was able to drive straight to a hospital. cronin admitted to consuming 10 drinkss after a day of nypd service training. he apologized in court but that meant little to the victims. >> it would mean something if i actually believed it was true. there's no reason for me to
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to that statement whatsoever. i think it's just for the court to say oh, yeah, i'm sorry. >> the bullet wounds will eventually heal. however, my arm will be steel for the rest of my life. i still have scars on my back. and i'll have the remnants of this event till the day i die. >> cronin has been in custody since that plea deal in the county jail. that time served will count toward the sentence, something is the victims opposed. they also wanted a longer sentence. cronin will be transferred to state prison and the victims will continue proceedings in their civil lawsuit. marcus solis, channel 7 eyewitness news. subway rider is recovering in the hospital after he was slashed across the face on a subway train in the bronx.
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strain in monthaven just after midnight. police say three men and a woman walked up to a 29-year-old man and got in to an altercation with him. police say they tried to rob the man but the subway rider fought back and was slashed. a man under arrest for the attempted assault of an 11-year-old. surveillance video helped lead to the arrest. police have not named the suspect yet. however, he is accused of grabbing the girl and exposing himself to her yesterday morning. the children fought him off and screamed and ran for help. they were not injured. the hunt is on in newark for the gunman who shot two people inside a car killing one of them. it happened on elizabeth avenue after 11:00 last night. police say it appears a man and a woman were shot about a half a block away from where their car finally stopped. 25-year-old jamal bride was pronounced dead at the scene. the female victim is in critical condition at university hospital. a judge in brooklyn could decide later today if the manslaughter conviction of
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will be thrown out. liang's attorneys say one of the jurors failed to tell the court about his father's criminal record. liang was found guilty of shooting and killing akai gurley in the stairwell of a public housing project in 2014. he'll be sentenced tomorrow. drug companies have new incentives to fight the zika virus. the house passed a bill to offer incentives to companies working on zika treatments. the measure, which already passed the senate, adds the mosquito-borne virus to a list of tropical diseases covered under a program that fast tracks fda approval. >> one of the ways to prevent it obviously is to develop a vaccine. that's where we're on a fast track to try to begin early studies of vaccine candidates that we have lined up. >> dr. fasi says the second part of zika prevention is mosquito troll.
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why thousands of workers could be forced from their homes. >> the incredible survival story of a 72-year-old woman stranded in the wilderness for days. what she did to survive. >> i'm meteorologist bill evans here in the weather center. check out these temperatures. 51 in newark and jamaica, queens. got a little northeast wind out there. high pressure, brand new air mass. clean air mass. all coming in to what's going to
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30-year-old josh luteran. investigators say he punched his 38-year-old girlfriend so hard that she's now in a medically induced coma. the attack happening yesterday inside their home in bed-stuy. if you have any information, police are asking for your help. an ohio officer who was shot during a s.w.a.t. operation has passed away. steven smith shot by the suspect during a sting over the weekend. he died yesterday. the suspect who was later arrested is also accused of setting his estranged wife's house on fire. the texas teen who killed four people in a drunken driving accident is expected in adult court for the first time. ethan couch, the so-called affluenza teen, could face time behind bars. couch was given 10 years probation after his lawyer successfully argued his wealthy parents coddled him too much. he fled to mexico last year after video surfaced of him possibly violating that probation. north carolina governor pat
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the damage caused by his state's new law which limits protections to the lgbt community. he issued an executive order expanding rules for state employees to include gender identification and identity. he says there's no need to repeal the rest of the law. growing number of companies vowing to pull business out of the state if the law is not repealed. a teacher's aide now called a hero. see what she did to save a little boy's life on the school bus. >> two sisters with a very special bond. the rare surgery to separate these conjoined baby girls.
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an amazing survival story. a 72-year-old woman lost for nine days in the arizona wilderness. she says she drank pond water and ate plants to survive and she built a sign to signal rescuers. abc stephanie ramos has her story. >> reporter: survival tactics. living off the land. not how you would expect a grandmother to spend more than a week. this is 72-year-old anne rogers. on march 31st she was driving to phoenix with her dog and cat to visit her grand kids, then her plans change. >> however, i took a wrong turn. >> reporter: she got lost in
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for nine days with no food, no water, no cell phone signal. her car was out of gas. and there was no one nearby. >> i knew how much pain my family, my friends, and those who knew me well were feeling about the fact i've been gone, missing so long. >> reporter: as the sun set, so did the cold. >> there was no way to do anything other than camp in the car. >> reporter: for nine days and nights she drank pond water and ate plants to survive until searchers spotted her dog. then this, a help signal made from rocks and sticks. >> the ground searchers found my note, help, i need it now. >> reporter: finally a helicopter search crew finds anne. amazingly not just alive but coherent, able to walk to the chopper by herself. how did she do it? anne says years of reading about the survival skills of people
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>> age does not necessarily mean inability. it can mean wisdom. >> searchers say the chances of anyone surviving like anne did are pretty slim. anne was taken to the hospital to get treated for exposure to the elements. she was sent home that same night and says she's ready for another hike. stephanie ramos, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> another hike, that's where the wisdom should come in. >> [ laughter ] >> let's just stay at home. have we not learned our lesson? >> let's just have some iced tea. >> i'd say anne is one tough cookie. >> and smart. did the right things. >> smart like bill. you're only smart today because the sun is shining. [ laughter ] >> we love you now. >> i'd be the dumbest man on the continental land mass if it were raining right now. [ laughter ] let's take a look outside because it's sunny and gorgeous. we have just a beautiful day. from this point on, can you believe it's going to get better than this? yes, because it will feel a little warmer as the days go by
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there's the ferry boats working across from brooklyn. humidity, 38%. way dry. temperature, 50. winds north at 3. look at that pressure. continues to rise. with strong high pressure over us we'll get in to the upper 50s today. normal is 60. normal overnight low, 44. we'll hover around that. sunset going to be absolutely gorgeous. so it's bright and breezy. we might have a little frost in the suburbs again tonight. we'll have lots of sun with gradual warming in to the weekend. we'll have 70s by sunday. but it will stay a little cooler in the coastal sections with a southwest wind. we could be in the mid 70s monday. murray hill, sunset park, whitestone. we have this wind light and out of the north as you're seeing as we get in to the coming days,
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picture. there's nothing on it. we have beautiful nice gorgeous high pressure centered in canada. sliding east with the northerly wind. as that moves eastward the winds will slowly come around in the coming days. by 5:00, 55, 56 degrees. and then tomorrow we start off a little bit warmer than we did overnight last night. although there could be a little frost north and west in the suburbs to north and west. by the afternoon, upper 50s. friday morning we start off a little warmer again. so it's sunny. still a bit breezy coming out of the north. 56 degrees for the afternoon. patchy clouds up above i-80, i-287. might be frost in the north and west suburbs. 42. tomorrow just a couple clouds in the afternoon. some of the fair weather cumulus clouds will stroll on by. your accuweather 7-day forecast, 64 on saturday. beautiful sunshine on sunday. we're going to be around 72. we're going to be looking at what's going to be warmer
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next shot at rain is going to be coming on tuesday. mets will play the marlins at 1:00 today. >> going to be great weather for baseball. >> a great long run of it. got a lot to do now. >> isn't that nice? i asked if i could just record the weather and come back tuesday. >> i'll be here in the morning. >> they pay you too much for that. >> we just like your handsome face. a new warning for job seekers. we'll tell you about a scam that's targeting popular sites and how you can avoid getting ripped off. >> breaking her silence. peek-a-boo street, the former world cup skier the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job.
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a teacher's aide stays -- saves a student's life. some of the stories that were caught on camera and caught our attention. we'll begin with the frightening moment on an oklahoma school bus. ginger maxville said she thought a young boy was ignoring her instructions to sit down on the bus until his sister spoke up. the girl said her brother swallowed a coin. she noticed he was gasping for
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and rushed toward him. she began performing the heimlich maneuver. >> i saw it hit the floor and it started rolling. i said we got it. >> you hear me? oh, thank the lord you're okay. >> the teacher's aide said she's glad she paid attention during cpr training. this is the first time in 17 years that she's actually used those skills but maxville says she's not a hero. she said keeping kids safe is just part of her job. the coast guard rescues a man after his boat capsizes in oregon. that man became stranded in waves as high as 7 feet tall. he is reportedly -- his life vest was able to keep him afloat in the water. he stayed on top of the boat until the coast guard was able to locate him and pull him to safety. a man in oregon not only stole a car but also the dog inside of it. the owner says he locked the car's doors and is not sure how the crook made it in so easy. the owner says the vehicle can be replaced.
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>> i bet. not for nothing. i hope the dog bites a lot. a billionaire sean parker is back rolling a project to speed up the developer of cancer fighting drugs. co-founder of facebook and napster, is giving $2 million. it will have 300 scientists from top cancer centers including memorial sloan kettering working with his institute to share their findings. the project will focus on early research with the hope drug makers will find and fund tests needed for drug approval. a battle in brooklyn over affordable housing. why some say thousands of people could be forced to leave their homes and what they want the city council to do. >> a warning about a scam targeting people looking for a job. we'll tell you how to protect yourself. >> three castaways stuck on a remote island.
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top story this afternoon, right now nearly 40,000 verizon workers are on strike. they walked off the job after two unions did not reach an agreement with management. picketing is happening in nine different states along the eastern seaboard. new fallout from an investigation involving high ranking members from the nypd. deputy chief now transferred and reassigned to administrative position. hello again. i'm david novarro. >> i'm sandra bookman in for shirleen allicot. all new this half hour, a battle over affordable housing in brooklyn. >> vocal protests underway right now over a measure demonstrators say could force thousands of new yorkers out of their homes. >> eyewitness reporter joe torres live in east new york with the story. >> this protest, this rally came to an end just a few minutes ago. we're at the corner of halsey street and knickerbocker. they went back up halsey to where their protest started two blocks away at wyckoff.
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ended their rally right here. it was all strategic, in front of the council member's office, he represents this area of east new york. the protesters are upset with the mayor's affordable housing plan and specifically the rezoning that's scheduled to take place in this area and they want the council member to vote against that plan. let's show you the video how this rally and protest ended with acts of civil disobedience on the sidewalk here in east new york. it was organized, nothing went out of control. the police knew about it. there are about 100 protesters in the rally. 10 of them ended up being arrested and taken away. let's listen to what some of the protesters had to say about why they're here today. >> this is life and death. this whole plan is unaffordable. we've said this time and time again. >> this i york because it's going to remove all the people who have been surviving in east new york for all of these years and our
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and this is just terrible. >> what does the council member have to say to all this? we're scheduled to talk to him this afternoon. we'll have the latest from him on that coming up at 5:00. that's the latest from east new york. joe torres, channel 7 eyewitness news. turning now to the homelessness crisis in the city. mayor de blasio says the city is succeeding in his administration's promise to improve conditions, call noncluster homeless shelters. in a report released today, the shelter repair squad, that's what they're called, cut outstanding building code violations at noncluster shelters by 44% since january. the total number of priority same time period. the mayor also says the city will continue to push to end its use of cluster shelters. police are investigating
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curb in east islip, killing a young mother. skye brunetti's little boy helped write notes to his mother at a makeshift memorial where she has died. >> she was a saint. she really was. if anybody knows her, she was a saint. not one bad thing. >> investigators say brunetti had her pet dog. both were killed instantly. the driver of the car who hit her, barbara catoni is hospitalized. so far no charges have been filed. a suffolk county man seen smiling in this mugshot could be facing serious jail time on a series of attacks on red light cameras. he's accused of cutting wires and an entire pole. preliminary estimates put the cost of the damage at $25,000. ruth says the cameras are
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nearly half of the intersections with the cameras have seen an increase in accidents. we're learning more about a pattern of knifepoint robberies in nassau county. we told you about the spree of 7-elevens and dunkin' donuts robberies. last night at 11:00 we showed you this video. now there's word this man has struck again, robbing a car vel last night. that means at least nine stores to be held up since march 1st. police are searching for whoever's behind more than a dozen burglaries in queens. investigators say the woman in this picture and this minivan are connected to the string of break-ins dating back to january. there have been at least 16 incidents. in most cases the suspect or suspects off with valuables and electronics. we turn now to meteorologist bill evans with the after school accuweather forecast.
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meadow, central park, looking good. sunshine, blue skies. temperature, 50 degrees at noon. the winds will be out of the north very light. we'll see 55 this afternoon with sunshine. great after school bus stop pickup, sports, all that stuff, beautiful weather today and right on in to the weekend. we'll talk about that coming up in your accuweather forecast in just a moment. rangers fans getting ready to cheer on their team in the postseason. the rangers start the stanley cup playoffs tonight in pittsburgh against the penguins. team captain ryan mcdonagh is still nursing a hand injury but practiced yesterday as the team geared up for game one and could play later in the series. as for the islanders, their shot at the stanley cup kicks off tomorrow night in florida against the panthers. >> good luck, teams. could this be the end of the metrocard? coming up, the future of paying to ride on new york city transit without the swipe. remember that swipe that even hillary clinton had trouble with at times. >> picabo street speaks out for
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with her father that ended with american workers know how to fight back and rebuild an economy. so does she. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. a real plan to create new jobs and industries of the future. hillary clinton.
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he a suspected thief has turned himself in for a theft 27 years ago. 60-year-old randy iaconne is accused of stealing the television from a connecticut jewish center back in 1989. when he learned there was a
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to face a third degree larceny charge. the sound of a failed metrocard swipe may soon be a thing of the past. that's happened to all of us. the mta is looking for proposals for a new way to get on to subways and buses. the mta is hoping the new contact list system will look like the ones used in london where you use a bank card, smart phone, or mta issued smart card. >> there's like a chip or something inside the card where you can just wave it and it will scan and you can walk right through. >> the smart phone app or something like that might make it less accessible because not everybody has a smart phone. >> i'll go for the old school tokens. >> metrocards first replaced tokens 13 years ago. the mta hopes to get the new system in place over the next two years and then phase out the metrocard. new orleans police say a
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handgun was found inside will smith's car. police added there's no evidence that weapon was fired. cardell hayes is accused of shooting and killing smith with a .45 gun after the two men exchanged angry words over what appeared to be a fender bender. detectives say a second gun, loaded revolver, was found in hayes' car. she's talking about a fight with her elderly father that led to domestic violence charges. picabo street was arrested last year after police say she pushed her father down two flights of stairs. she claimed self-defense claiming the 76-year-old attacked her first before they first tumbled down the stairs together. street says her father has been a diabetic for years. she told good morning america before he goes in to diabetic shot, he can go in to fits of rage. in march charges were dropped. >> i get it. i get it now. and i'm sorry you're hurting so
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now are you going to let me take care of you? >> her father in an affidavit says he takes responsibility for the incident. a lot of speculation online if lindsay lohan is engaged. according to reports, her boyfriend popped the question this weekend. she's been spotting wearing what some believe is an engagement ring though no confirmation from the star. the two reportedly met through a mutual friend at a party. wait until you see what they did to lead rescuers to them. >> a rare surgery to separate
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tv equipment and epix included. and now get a $300 reward card. call today, and welcome back. this is everything i have, my family. i got to see my dad die on national tv. they don't know what they took from us. people are dying. we need a president that's going to talk about it. i believe bernie sanders is a protestor. he's not scared to go up against the criminal justice system. he's not scared. that's why i'm for bernie.
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we have a new warning to warn you about. it's a scan that targets job seekers. a scammer pretends to be a prospective employer. job seekers have told part of
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the seeker asks to cash a check, buy a gift card, then send that gift card back to the company. do you follow why this is bad? by the time the bank figures out the check is bad, the gift card already in the mail and cashed out. >> with linked in i had so much luck finding jobs in the past, that i didn't suspect this to be a scam at all. >> as technology changes, the way that predators seek people out who are looking for these types of opportunities will change with that technology. >> linkedin and the job search company called indeed both say they take immediate action on behalf of the job seeker when they hear about scams like this and also take measures to prevent others from falling victim to the practice. we're learning more about the rescue of three castaways from a remote island. the man became stuck on the island 2600 miles southwest of hawaii when a wave overtook their small boat.
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their orange life craft overhead as aircraft flew overhead. then the men gathered palm frons and spelled out helped over a fire. that got the attention of a navy officer. >> the onboard equipment from the aircraft will see that from a long way off. it's noticing the heat difference between the water and the survivors. >> they were very excited to see those folks there and alive. >> the three men rescued have three days. and the last two weeks the coast guard has rescued 15 people in the pacific. >> that's the second story we did in this hour where people used a help sign to get amazing stuff. conjoined babies get a new chance at life. after 11 months attached by the waist, the baby girls will now be able to live separate lives. ken rosato shows us their amazing journey.
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being scared all day, all night. >> reporter: scarlet and one. this photo is the last of the girls as conjoined sisters before their separation began. >> you just think of the worst things that can ever happen to them. that's what gets us scared. >> reporter: in a mere two hours, doctors successfully separated the babies. their mother sylvia torres calls it a miracle. >> couldn't have asked for better doctors than them. really. since the beginning i knew they were going to take good care of my girls. >> reporter: the extremely rare operation comes after months of preparation and brought together more than 50 medics including a team of nine surgeons. it marks the first separation surgery ever at driscoll children's hospital. >> there's not many people who can claim to have done this. the average surgeon may never see one of these in his or her
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who does see one may never get to do another one in their lifetime. >> reporter: a landmark. he hopes it will achieve one thing for his daughters. they can live better. >> reporter: ken rosato, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> just amazing to see. great stuff. all right, bill. try to match that. go ahead. >> you know what, i'm a trained professional. i know better than to go anywhere near that story. how would a trained professional handle this situation? hey, let's take a look outside and show you what's happening here. it looks great as we look from our camera here at times square. looking south. we've got blue skies. the sun is kind of working its way over toward the west and so we get this shadow cast here that's right there. over the empire state building looking south. here's our camera in astoria, queens. there's roosevelt island. all looks good here. the folks here on the upper west side of manhattan, well, they are in the sun and the shade and
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a great day to go over and have lunch anywhere around the rebuilt area of lincoln center. great spots to have lunch. and you've got this park and then dante park across toward the empire hotel. so we're looking at what's going to be sunshine. temperature right now, 50 degrees. humidity is dry. 38%. winds north at 6. the pressure falling. it's at 30.41. strong high pressure. east hamptons, 49. these numbers are running a little cooler than normal only by a couple degrees or so. we're looking at a wind that's mostly out of the north, coming out of the northeast here on the sound at about 8, 12 miles per hour. and not really that significant. we have clear skies all the way back here to the great lakes and all the way up in to canada. big ridge of high pressure going to make the temperature go on up to about 55 today as the high
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tomorrow we start in the low 40s. by afternoon, we're at 58 to 59 around morristown, urban areas of new jersey might get close to 60. then we'll start off a little bit warmer on friday morning. sunny, breezy. still going to be around 56 for the afternoon with the sun and a little wind around the north northeast. frost north and west of the city north of i-80, north of 287. we'll look at 42 around the 5 boroughs. sunshine. few clouds tomorrow. 58. just a couple degrees off the normal high of 60. we'll only get to 61 on friday. saturday we'll get to 64. and 72 on sunday. a really nice exciting stretch of weather with fresh air coming in, knocking out everything. new air mass. clean, breezy, beautiful, on in to the weekend. we love it. >> you're excited about it. >> enjoy. the pepsi cola sign that
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been granted landmark status. the four-story tall sign has won approval from the city's preservation commission but the approval did not come easy. it follows a 28-year battle. students from four new york city high schools have the golden tickets to see the smash hit "hamilton" on broadway. they're the first given $10 tickets for matinee performances of the show. the lower price for the hard to come by tickets is thanks to a $1.5 million grant from the rockefeller foundation. star wars fans are getting a big treat. the original three star wars movies are coming back to the big theaters. it's being called the return of the trilogy. disney will show the 1997 version of the films back-to-back. that's right, all three of them. one sitting. in more than 20 cities this summer. tickets go on sale may 4th. this is to get you ready for rogue one coming up then the
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disney is the parent company of wabc. it's a real honor. a teen with autism has been crowned prom king at his louisiana high school. buddy evans' mother said the news brought her to tears and online photos of buddy' coronation have drawn thousands of likes and hundreds of shares. but he's part of the roughly 40% of children with autism who do not speak but his classmates have embraced buddy in spite of his silence. >> the last four years of high school, i think those have been the best years for him because he's interacted so much more with kids. >> buddy will graduate high school next month. right now he's being treated like the king he is. >> congratulations. we'll be right back but first here's a look at what's coming up next on "the chew." >> we're solving all of your dinnertime dilemmas. daphne is making an easy dinner that will cut your cleanup time. michael has insider tips you
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american workers know how to fight back and rebuild an economy. so does she. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. a real plan to create new jobs and industries of the future. hillary clinton.
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coming up later on eyewitness news, a propane gas tank sitting near a bridge and next to a rail line is raising serious concerns about safety and security. it's an eyewitness news investigator's exclusive. also, leftovers at restaurants. one man putting the unused food to good use. those stories and much more beginning on eyewitness news first at 4:00. it's time for the feed. these are the stories that got their start on social media and are now getting shared and retweeted. a photo of a new mexico firefighter in uniform breastfeeding her baby is burning up the internet and has landed her in hot water with her bosses. that firefighter now faces disciplinary action that may include an unpaid leave. she was part of a photo series called mothers in uniform. photographer tara ruby says the
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in the fight toward normalizing breastfeeding. she said he will photographing mothers doing their motherly duty. a minnesota woman using social media to question perceptions over a popular symbol of love. rachel peterson took to social media to defend the size of her engagement room. she said friends and family were complaining about the 1/4th karat size of her engagement ring. she said true love is more important. >> i'd tell those people to get out of her business. [ laughter ] >> that will do it for this edition of eyewitness news. i'm david novarro. >> i'm sandra bookman. make sure you're back for eyewitness news first at 4:00. enjoy the sunshine, courtesy of bill evans.
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