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in a moment, but first, breaking news. a slashing on a bronx subway train. >> it happened early this morning during an attempted robbery. >> it comes as felony assaults are on the rise. magdalena doris is live. >> reporter: this latest slashing marks 900 attacks this year, and police in mont haven are searching for the suspect. >> reporter: a man was approached by two people who tried to rob him. he resisted, and he was slashed. this is the lastest in a number
>> the number is going up, and that's the latest addition we are putting into the it. i'm confident that it will go down. >> reporter: they are adding more police patrols overnight near bars and nightclubs and tracking different statistics. last friday brought two more slashings, one at penn station and another at the a. train station in manhattan. the victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. magdalena doris. >> time for traffic and weather on the 2s.
>> how about that cold out there? >> it's brutal. as promised it will be a chilly way to start the day. the real-feel numbers a lot of folks are below freezing, and it's going to be a windy and chilly day for able. in -- for baseball. in the city right now, it's 28. 28 and the wind is screaming. any moisture in the atmosphere will fall in flake form. we are going to see a lot of sun today, and it's just going to bonn the chilly side, and a lot of drama later in the week. we will talk about the changes and also some mets' weather as well. right now, let's weather the roads. kyla is in your alex. >> reporter: let's do it. it's due to fire department
on, and we have dekalb avenue also closed. watch out if you're headed that way. subway 1-s this morning, the manhattan-bound 2 trains are bypassing the bronx because of police department. you want to use the bx4 or bx4a buses as an alternate. no delays for the lincoln or holland tunnels. alternate-side parking rules in effect citywide. >> kyla, thank you. an arrest in a brutal hit- and-run in brooklyn. >> the suspect 24-year-old joshua colon stole a man's truck and used it to run him over and kill him. >> reporter: surveillance video inside of a greenwood heights bakery shows this man trying to disguise himself moments after
and used it to run him over. >> a man with a hoodie jumped in the car and took off. >> reporter: it started in front of a & d iron works on 24th street. workers were unloading equipment from the flat bed truck when someone took off. and then delgrossi tracked him down to a red light. >> he tried to get in the truck, and then he ended up under the truck, and the perpetrator known ran him over. >> i heard a big bang. he ran him over. >> reporter: the suspect continued to drive the wrong way down 22nd street and then ditched the stolen truck. friends family gathered at the victim's home all night, in shock over the sudden death.
i have nothing bad to say. nothing. >> colon is facing robbery, larceny, and second-degree murder. police say a 13-year-old boy threatened a 12-year-old girl with a loaded revolver yesterday. all three are charged with criminal pro decision of a weapon. the teen who pointed the weapon has been charged with menacing. this is the fifth case of a gun brought into a school in less than a month. a truck hit a wall causing glass to shatter from several floors up. no word on what caused this.
train outside of philadelphia. the train was going 106 miles an hour when it slammed into the backhoe, and that's 4 miles below the limit. the driver hit the brakes just 5 seconds before they hit the backhoe. to campaign 2016, 2 weeks until the hillary clinton primary. her women for hillary town hall event will feature local women, and she will talk about how as president she will break down the barriers holding down women and girls. donald trump's wife spoke at a rally for the last time last night.
attempt to address the gender gap. polls show him deeply unpopular with voters. >> no matter who you are, a man or a woman, he treats everyone equal. he's a fighter, and if you elect him to be your president, he will fight for you and our country. >> there was no disruption during her speech, but a protester spoke out after she completed her speech. it's once again opening day for the yankees. the pitching matchup is the same. tanaka against keuchel. the forecast a chilly 40 degrees, but at least there's sunshine. what a finish! there is a brand new college champion. if you only saw the last 10 seconds, you witnessed a finish for the ages.
heels try to send it into overtime. marcus page hits the 3, tied at 74, and michael jordan, yes! villanova with one last shot. watch them drive the floor! >> for the championship! >> oh! >> chris jenkins with the look and bury ares the 3 with no time left, and this is the first time since 1985 that villanova has won a national championship. 77-74. last night's finish, one more look, just an incredible 3- pointer as time expires, and you can see the shot clock, and it's good. there you have it. book it, dano! >> thrillanova is what they are calling it. >> yes! the number of people who
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a car went under it as it was falling, and a pickup truck went over it, going airborne. that's just incredible. 4:42, time for traffic and weather on the 2s, things have calmed down, obviously from a wind standpoint. chris makes a point, it's windy, not as windy. it's colder, and cold air is in place as we get ready to face the day. 22, 26, how cold are the numbers from the south shore to the north shore, 21, and this is walter, and it's just cold up north, and starry starry sky, and you definitely need winter clothes to get out there and check out the stars. i love the kitty.
les has the right idea, if you're going out to the game, you need to layer up. charlie this morning. by and large, dry and bright today. it's going be cold. in the city, cold enough. we will see the wind intensify throughout the day. 24 in white plains, and 26 for the hamptons, and 30 for belmar. the numbers compared to yesterday, 5-10 degrees colder, and with the wind, get ready for it, and i mean it feels like 17 in the city right now, and the windchill in white plains is 11. greenwich, good morning. it feels like 11. you're number one times two. 20 in edison. the real feel around the east end, and just in the low teens, and this is a model-driven windchill map. we will start with the windchills in the low teens, and then let's get you out to the game.
this afternoon for the yankees, in the 20s, and that's cold. into the afternoon and evening, you will seat windchills hover at or below freezing. for the most part a bright day today. we have high pressure in control, and you're definitely dealing with cool temperatures, and just a really quick look ahead, clicking ahead the dry hours of today. wednesday, increasing clouds, and then the chance of rain is back, with avengeance, and there's a better chance there's more coverage of rain by thursday, and by thursday, you have to leave the chance of a leftover shower early in the game for the mets, and the numbers are back in the 40s. bundle up and get ready to roll. here's kyla. >> reporter: so far not too bad with traffic, but a few things to keep you ahead of. in brooklyn parkside avenue is closed, and that's due to fire department clean pup as well.
dekalb avenue between bushwick and woodward avenues. we have an accident with an overturned vehicle at the bronx river parkway, and no delays there. the subway issues to tell you about this morning. the manhattan-bound 2 trains are bypassing the bronx and you want to use bx4 or bx4a buses as an alternative. here's the stories making headlines today. dean skelos will spend 12- 15 years behind bars, and the prosecutors are asking for 10- 12 years for his son, adam. connecticut judge agreed to drop the drunk driving charges against stephanie seymore. she will have to attend aa
she backed into a car, hit a utility pole, and drove off. new york city voters are split if mayor de blasio should remain in control of the new york city school system. the state senate has planned hearings for the issues for next month. on monday investors sorted through several company announcements and prepared for the corporate earnings reports. the nasdaq dropped by 22, and the s&p lost 6. the iphone is about to hit a big landmark. apple is about to sell its 1 billionth iphone this year. the new iphone se is scheduled to come out soon, and it's expected to give apple another boost in sales.
campaign is taking a musical twist. bottles will now feature song lyrics. if will be featured on the glass bottles, plastic bottles, and 2-litters. >> have a coke and smile, you know what i mean? will students take the common core tests that are starting today. >> parents say opting out is their child's only option. >> reporter: you don't typically hear parents telling children not to do their work, but those are the orders from these washington heights moms. they said they would rather them answer no questions than answer some correctly. >> they are going to fail, and it will be worse. >> reporter: they are not alone, in new york state last year, 20% of the students opted out, and families say schools teach the test rather than to teach the child.
supposed to work with the student during the whole year. >> reporter: this year tests will have fewer questions, and there's no time limbs. common core proponents say handing students the exam is not asking much. >> i think being able to sit through a test that has removed all the impediments, it's not timed or anything to make students frantic shows the work that you learned, you're now accountable for. >> reporter: chancellor farina says this should fix the problems that parents were concerned about previously. parents say it's not about a test. they should change over to a portfolio system. dorell bradford says if we can't measure how much students are learning in a standard way, there's no way to make learning opportunities equal across schools. >> testing gave us the knowledge we needed, the proof
kids who needed the most and had the least ability to make them on their own. >>
reporter: for some parents the needed change is a standardized testing process. ali bowman, cbs 2. >> english tests will be administered today for 3rd-8th graders girl give me a cheese burger >> and fries. >> she was one of the original members of the car pool karaoke club. wait until you see what james
worst tragedy in the fdny history. the men were buried under rubble. the fire is the worst loss in the history of the department. feeling like 17, and brilliant skies return, but feels like february. freeze advisories in effect now, going into effect tonight for the city, and more of the areas south and east, and it's warmer by thursday, but it turns wet. there's just this biting, brisk breeze, and 41 is the high. that's the normal high for the 10th of february, and it won't even feel that warm. windchills for many below freezing. aren't you glad you turned own the tv? we want to make sure you save time, so kyla is in for alex. >> i can help with that, but the cold? not so much.
fire department cleanup, and dekalb avenue at bushwick closed, same reason. this is one lane on the eastbound cross bronx service road at the bronx river parkway. a subway issue to tell you about. manhattan-bound 2 trains are bypassing the bronx. you can use the bx4 or bx4a buses. >> kyla, thank you. the overcrowding on the 7 train is topping the agenda in queens. riders can voice their concerns to the president of new york city transit. the meeting will take place at 6:30 on the sunny side services committee. in the next half an hour a father and son in the right place at the right time to save a life. also this morning, the honor of a pet store chain
with jennifer hudson. london bridge is falling down. >> falling down, falling down london bridge is falling down >> that's right a nursery rhyme never sounded so good last night. james cordon said he wanted to save money for his network by singing free songs. cover done did the same thing with josh grobin last year, and
heck, he brought it back with mrs. hudson. >> london bridge was sexy all of a sudden. >> now is it back in we have to pay royalties? >> good point, don't sing it, john! brutal it's cold. dress for. cold all day. >> old mcdonald had a scarf. that's for sure. >> reporter: we have one accident on the roads to tell everybody about, and we will get you ahead of it. >> the suspect in a deadly robbery set to face a judge today. the police commissioner and mayor are admitting crimes are on the rise. we meet the teen who has had her pick of ivy league schools. is talking on your smart phone actually aging your skin? the one component that could
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his car will face a judge today. wow are they partying at villanova! the moment that sent the fans into an absolute frenzy for one of the most amazing championship games ever played. >> that's one heck of a finish. good morning i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. now to breaking news in the bronx, another new yorker slashed. >> it happened this morning in the subway. felony assaults are now on the rise. and magdalena doris has more. >> reporter: good morning, chris and mary, the slashing marks 900 knife attacks throughout new york city, and while the nypd is working to curb the crimes, police in mont heven are searching for two suspects.
man was slashed before the two suspects ran off the train after trying to rob him. it's the latest incident in a rash of knife attacks throughout the city. slashings and stabbings are up 21% this year. >> it's one of the few crimes going up, and it's at a level that is is a concern to us, and that's the additional effort we are putting into it. i'm confident that over time it will go down. >> reporter: commissioner bratton and mayor de blasio says the number of knife attacks will go down in conjunction with the police patrols overnight and bars and nightclubs and tracking knife attacks as a separate category in crime statistics but these crimes have continued to pop up, including a tax on or near subways, and last friday brought two more slashings, one at penn station and another at an a. train station in lower manhattan. >> reporter: the victim was
is expected to be okay, and now two trains that are headed southbound here at the jackson avenue station are being bypassed here. in the mott haven section of the bronx, magdalena doris. feeling like february out there all day. dress like it. numbers out there, 27. 27, wind out of the northeast at 28. and it's a north wind later today. 15 to 20. 20 plus, and the windchills are really what you're going to be dealing with. windchills for many below freezing. and we are going to be dry. we will be bright in fact, and it's a pretty day to look at. the real feel numbers, like the teens out the door. not even freezing by 2:00. the high this afternoon by 41, feeling like about 32.
to think in layers, but sunglasses, you need to bundle up, what do you need to avoid? kyla is in for alex. >> reporter: we have a few things to avoid, and we start in brooklyn, closed from bedford to nordstrom avenues, and dekalb avenue is closed from bushwick to nordstrom because of the fire in the bronx. one lane on the eastbound cross bronx service road is closed, and no delay there is so far. the subway issues this morning as magdalena doris mentioned, manhattan-bound 2 trains are bypassing jackson in the bronx. the option is the bx4 or bx4a buses. we are moving well at the holland tunnel and the george washington bridge. alternate-side parking rules in
an arrest in a brutal hit- and-run in brooklyn. the suspect joshua colon stole a man's truck and used it to run him over and kill him. tracee carrasco reports. >> reporter: surveillance video inside of a greenwood heights bakery shows this man trying to disguise himself by changing his clothes and running down the street, moment was a he stole phil degrossi's work truck. >> someone had just stole the truck. a man with a hoodie jumped in the truck and took off. >> reporter: it was in front of a&d iron works. delgrossi got into a vehicle and chased the suspect until catching up to him at a red light. >> something happened there, and apparently he tried to get back in the truck. at which point he ended up
>> all of a sunday i heard a big bang. >> reporter: this witness says it was delgrossi getting hit. >> he tried to stop him, but instead he run him over. >> reporter: the suspect continued down the street, hitting a lexus, and then ditched the stolen truck. friends and family gathered all night at the victim's home, still in shock over his sudden death. >> great guy. just family and work. that's it. 7 days a week. the whole family. i have nothing bad to say about him, nothing. >> colon is charged with robbery, larceny, and second- degree murder. police in pennsylvania are searching for the robbers who stole a diamond in the district. four people are seen running towards a van in a restaurant parking lot on saturday. police say they beat up the salesman and stole several suitcases containing $1 million in jewelry. the driver was also hurt as he
one of the teens accused of raping an 18-year-old woman will sue the city. prosecutors believe the 18-year- old woman was at osbourne playground being intimate with her estranged father, and then one or more teens joined in. sources say the woman suffers for emotional issues. delvon downy told federal agents he was part of a crew that was involved in a shooting. a bronx woman accused of getting married 10 times in 11 years without ever getting a divorce will be in court today.
scam, and prosecutors say most of her husbands used the marriage to file permanent status in the united states. hillary clinton campaigning in brooklyn today, 2 weeks ahead of the new york primary. a women for hillary event with the new york city first lady. the campaign says mrs. clinton will talk about how if elected she will break down barriers holding back women and girls. melania trump spoke out for the first time in the campaign it comes before the wisconsin primary, and some analysts say it was an attempt to address his unpopularity with women voters. >> no matter who you are, a man or a woman, he treats everyone equal. [ cheers ] he's a fighter, and if you elect him to be your president, he will fight for you and our country. >> there was no disruption
protester did speak out after she finished. >> 8 minutes after the hour now, and still to come a pet store owner accused of putting puppies in harm's way. and also this morning, a father and son spring into action to save the life of a woman trapped in a burning car. the yankees take the field to start their season. will mother nature cooperate this time around? johnny? >> what to wear! what to wear! how about heavier coats and hats and gloves? that's for everybody, not just if you're going to the game. don't forget your shades. traffic and weather on the 2s coming up. t mt ard twk.nogesur-st00eginrn tanphe
welcome back to cbs 2 news this morning on a cold, tuesday morning, and a day after being postponed by wintery weather yankees. yesterday's postponement a frustration for so many fans. >> i have a poncho in here, ready to go. i had my waterproof jacket on, but what are you going to do? >> we won't see the game today. same. tanaka versus keuchel. a.l. wild card game. >> that didn't go well for the
we will start the season off with a better note. bundle up, right? >> a faithful cbs 2 watcher is going to the game. guy said he would rather have cold than wet. >> that's true. i think so. you have to pick. >> now you're in business. >> guy, we have made your dreams come true, and i will tell you, the temperatures for the game will be above not be. i mean it will be that kind of a game, and you have to wear the layers and be smart, and you want to get up, exploring the stadium, and you want to get up and have a snack or perhaps a beverage. 27, wind out of the northwest at 28. we will do the math for you in a second, but i just want you to take a look at what a wild monday it was. these are highs from yesterday afternoon, and 28 was the high in monticello, and it hit 68 in toms river, and that's a 40-
we were stuck in the 40s, but monmouth, ocean, mid-60s, a few in the upper 60s, down through maryland and dc. they were 70 degrees, but we can't shake the chill. in and around the city, it was 45, and newark, closer to 50 at jfk. a lot of variety. today the air mass has settled down and chilled down, and the windchill right now in toms river is 16 after the high yesterday afternoon. the windchill in alpine and scarsdale. we are under a freeze warning until 10:00 a.m., and you, much like my wife last night had the bags all over the delicate plants last night. i just want to jump ahead to tonight. the national weather service has also posted a freeze warning for the city of long island, coastal connecticut, westchester as well, and it's a freeze watch for more of the
there will be somewhat of a warmup today. winter breeze, and the wind out of the north, 15-20 to 25 miles an hour keeping the windchills below freezing for. many it feels warmer tomorrow after a cold start. watch for increasing clouds wednesday. wednesday should be dry, thursday likely will not be, and we could see an isolated thunderstorm. there's a mild breeze that will take over, and then it will turn wet. you're going to aim for 60 on thursday, and then there's more cold air waiting to take over, and look at drop from thursday into friday, and for the mets, should be okay, but we are going to start with some wet and possibly a little bit of white weather on friday. what about tuesday morning drive? here's kyla. >> it's getting a little bit busy into the morning, and we will start in the bronx where we have an accident on the eastbound cross bronx at east tremont avenue.
closure. there's a block at the bronx river parkway in brooklyn, parkside avenue is closed from bedford to nordstrom avenues because of fire department. and we have dekalb closed as well. manhattan-bound 2 trains are bypassing jackson in the bronx. you want to use the bx4 and bx4a buses as an alternate. a teenager has been charged with the murder of an iona college student. brandon lawrence was shot sunday morning in lincoln park. he informs a car with several friends and a new acquaintance when they got into an target led to a fight and gun fire lawrence' sister is devastated. >> he was a good kid. went to school, worked, and came home.
college, and he waited on his ride to come ohm. >> stivenson desir is being held without bond, and he will be in court next monday. an animal store was shut down after dozens of puppies were found stuffed in a van. >> reporter: 67 puppies of all sizes and breeds packed in ages and left in the back of a van in 35-degree weather according to paramus police. some dogs were sick, some covered in feces, and they were found behind the store. >> i think it's disgusting. >> reporter: police found yelping and a powerful smell. >> there were quite a few of them in a crate together. >> reporter: the puppies were all taken to the orade will, l animal hospital -- oradell animal hospital, and at least
the store has been shut down temporarily by the bergen county health department. the temporary handwritten sign says closed until wednesday. we tried to find the owner of the pups at his other store. >> neither i nor any other video of mine is guilty. >> reporter: he posted this video on facebook after being hit with 269 animal cruelty charges with three dead dogs were found in a freezer. cbs 2 spoke to him exclusively about those charges. >> every pet store has sick dogs. we don't make them sick. they get sick. >> reporter: there's warning signs saying all payments are 100% nonrefundable, and puppies are not returnable. brian conybeare, cbs 2 news.
kids in england formed a human arrow to point police in a helicopter to the running suspects. they were on an easter egg hunt when they made it a point to help the police. 5:18. still to come, the long island teen accepted in every ivy league school. a buzzer beater this clutch shot was enough to make it a classic. we will show you how it ended after this. another check on traffic and weather on the 2s, next. blinds to go faux wood blinds combines the warmth of natural wood with modern durability to make any room beautiful for years to come. spruce up your home today with up to 30% savings on hundreds of styles and colors. spring is here. and so are the savings. blinds to go.
an suv quickly turns into a ball of fire, and a father and son come to the rescue of a woman trapped inside. the woman lost control taking a curve and crashed into a tree on sunday night. james panoney and his son were driving by when michael noticed a faint orange glow. >> i told my dad, listen, we sure turn around, maybe there's a car fire. >> i couldn't reach here because the dash board and firewall crashed on her legs. >> reporter: first responders showed up and cut her from her seat belt. she was taken to a nearby hospital with serious injuries. time now is 5:22. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. now over to john. 27degrees. >> let's throw in the wind,
16 in lakewood, and 10 in katonah. that's cold in katonah. we have windchills in the teens for the east end as well. 42 the anticipated high, and remember, with the wind, it will not feel that warm, and look at that. 15degrees below normal. a lot of sun, sunrise to sunset. sunset is at 7:25. let's talk about bball or baseball. 37, not feeling like it with the wind out of the northwest. windchills upper 20s to get the game underway today, but we will be dry. let's make sure you're on time. kyla is in. this is is a tractor trailer that has all lanes subject to closure at the northbound new england freeway. an overturned vehicle blocking one lane on the cross bronx at the bronx river parkway. a little trouble there. alternate-side parking rules in effect today citywide. >> thank you. there's a new king of
carolina and villanova last night and the wildcats with the 3. the double pump, and he got it! tied the game at 74. guess who is there? michael jordan! yeah, baby! >> villanova with 4 seconds left. watch them drive the floor, and what does chris jenkins do? >> for the championship! >> that's right, he stops, pops, and drops it! the 3-pointer to win it. the first time since 1985. that man was the head coach of the game when they beat georgetown in sunny passion. they -- sunny fashion. they win this one the same way. after having the home opener postponed because of inclement weather yesterday, the yankees and astros will try to get game one in today. the islanders, devils in action. and the rangers with a quick goal last night, making it 1-0
1. the rangers hold on for the 4-2 victory to claim the playoff spot for the sixth year in a row. big ben gets rung up for 5 more last night. the islanders win 5-2, and they are 2 points behind the rangers for the 3 seed in the division. i'm otis livingston, and that's your cbs 2 sports update. >> really quickly, the villanova finish last night. >> it's amazing. they say it's the first time he got a buzzer beater like that in the finals. a long island school has done it again. a senior from longmont was accepted to all eight ivy league schools. >> hazel sanchez introduces us to the valedictorian. >> reporter: squeals of delight are the norm for agusta.
off the unthinkable for most students. she has been accepted into all eight ivy league schools and m.i.t. >> reporter: it's not shocking when you consider her grade average. >> i have not received 100 on every single exam if that's what you're thinking. >> reporter: modesty aside she got extra credit for extra work. she has gotten credit for hardening cement ideas for oil spills. >> noble prize, you know, it's president, and agusta could make a run for anything she wants to. >> reporter: the acceptance letters for harvard, yale, brown, columbia, penn, darth moth, princeton, and cale.
acceptance last year. classmates are bursting with school pride. >> it's honestly amazing that it's the second year in a row the school has a senior to get this far. >> reporter: augusta will visit all the schools before deciding where to focus her high talents and many hopes. hazel sanchez. >> congratulations! she is going to the school that gives her the most in scholarships. >> they should all just let her come right in. could your smart phone be aging you. we explore the dangerous side of new technology. police are looking for two suspects as the number of knife attacks in the city are up. more coming up in a live report. a turkey takeover in bergen county. the wild birds accused of
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the lastest in a series of attacks plaguing the city. good morning, i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge. thank you for waking up with us. police are searching for two suspect in the slashing. >> new figures show felony assaults in the city are on the rise. magdalena is live in mott haven with more. >> reporter: the two suspects ran out of here on jackson avenue after slashing the rick victim. latest incident brings the total number over 900 knife attacks in new york city this year. investigators said the 26-year- old victim was ride the southbound 2 train at 1:15 this morning when two suspects tried to rob him. he resisted, and he was slashed on the jackson avenue station. this is the latest incident in a number of slashings and
>> this is one of the few crimes going up, and at the same time it's going up at a level that is a concern to us and that is the additional effort we are putting into the it. i'm confident that over time it will go down. >> reporter: commissioner brat ton and -- bratton and mayor de blasio says the numbers will go down they are adding patrols overnight and tracking knife attacks as a separate category in crime statistics, but since that has been enacted, the crimes have continued to pop up. last friday brought to more slashings, one at penn station, and another at an a. train station in lower manhattan. >> reporter: police say the victim was taken to lincoln hospital with cuts across his face and hands, and they are searching for two men in their
live in the mont haven section of the bronx, magdalena doris. >> the 27 you can see there on the tv screen, i tell you it doesn't even feel like 27. the windchill feeling like 15 to 17 degrees. here's the deal. you have to feel smart, and you have to layer up for it. i hope your plants are wearing jackets right now. another freeze warning kicking off tonight into wednesday morning, and clouds and 27, and you're going to see clouds give away to sun, and we will see mostly sunny skies today. dry day today, and tomorrow, but man, is it going to be cold! out the door, even for, a lot of the kids, some kids are on spring break this week, white? they will sleep in some, headed out to school, they have to bundle up for. 35 feeling like 25, and your high today, it will be freezing as far as the windchills go.
traffic, we have a bit of trouble, but thankfully not as dramatic as what is going on with the weather. in the bronx, an accident involving the tractor trailer, and all lanes are subject to closure on the northbound new england freeway, and that's at tremont avenue. there's one lane blocked at the bronx river parkway, and for some good news, let's take a look outside, and you can see the george washington bridge, and no delays, but there's inbound lower level, and there's e-zpass only until 6:00 a.m. no delays for the lincoln or holland tunnel either. alternate-side parking rules in effect citywide. chris and mary? good news there. >> kyla, thank you. new this morning, a dump truck barrels into a sanitation building this morning on 56th street. the truck hit a wall and caused glass to shatter from several floors up. it's unclear what caused the crash.
it won't be warmer out there, but it will be dryer out there. >> janelle burrell is live from the stadium. >> good morning, janelle. >> it's cold out there. >> reporter: good morning to you mary and chris. the yankee fans are getting a doover this morning. no need for the ponchos or umbrellas, but you definitely have to bundle up if you're going to be out here this afternoon for the home opener take 2. here's what it looks like outside here in the bronx yesterday. it was a wet, cold, and dreary day, and soggy enough for the yankees to postpone their home opener, dampening the spirits of many fans who showed up here hopeful and eager to see their team play, and some of them were prepared to brave the rain. >> i had a poncho. and i was ready to go. i had my waterproof jacket on.
go. we won't see them today. >> reporter: it's a matchup of the wild card game the first pitch will take place at 1:05 right here this afternoon. and reporting live this morning outside of yankee stadium, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. an update on the deadly amtrak train crash outside of philadelphia. investigators said the train that originated at penn station was going 106 miles an hour when it slammed into a backhoe on sunday morning, and that's 4 miles below the speed limit, and the engineer applied the brakes just 5 seconds before impact. the backhoe operator and track supervisor were killed, and more than 30 passengers were hurt. three teens are facing charges a a gun scare at a new york city school. ps169, the robert f. kennedy school on the upper west side. a 13-year-old boy threatened a 12-year-old boy with a loaded revolver yesterday. the school safety agent found
boy's sweatshirt, and another ammunition. the teen that pointed the gun is also facing charges for menacing. common core testing will begin for students around new york state this year, and there will be several changes including fewer questions, and students can take as much time as they need, but many parents still plan to have their kids opt out of the exams, and protesters say schools teach the tests rather than the child, and last year 20% of new york city students opted out, the highest rate in the nation. they are damaging lawns, breaking into the cars, and damaging homes. >> it's a turkey takeover in teaneck. >> reporter: it's not thanksgiving, but teaneck cannot stop talking about turkeys. >> i grabbed the kids, and we literally ran for our lives out of the house because we were so scared. >> reporter: courtney lachinski was sitting in her kitchen
>> all of a sudden he went straight through the window, the huge picture window, and we were covered in glass, and the turkey was covered in mud and water and he kept flapping his wings and throwing glass and mud and water everywhere. the sound of the turkey going through the window was the loudest sound and literally sounded like a car crash. we just were not expecting it. >> reporter: she's not the only one with turkey problems. [screaming] the field officer has gotten a dozen calls this year from residents about aggressive wild turkeys. >> some people are feeling intimidated. >> reporter: i just spotted two turkeys here walking into the woods behind me. >> reporter: david jaffi is keeping his dog, wilbur, closer these days. it was explained to me this is
so they do tend to be more aggressive. they are attracted to their reflection in cars. how can you protect yourself? >> it's suggested not to confront the turkeys to start with, and you can chase them away by making some noises, using water hoses or your leashed dog. >> there has to be a peaceful solution. they cannot just keep ransacking the neighborhood. >> reporter: they still don't know why it seems the turkeys are more aggressive this year than most. in teaneck, new jersey, meg baker, cbs 2 news. >> the birds are protected so the township cannot do much. they have asked representatives for the new jersey fish and wildlife to speak out tonight at 8:00. a lot of people have a lot to say about this. >> the turkeys are probably
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airborne, and incredibly no one was hurt. >> luckily he's in a big pickup and it absorbed the tree better than it would have if it was a car. >> the car that just barely got under it? i mean that is just -- and then the video to share, and wind will be a menace today. not as strong. gear up for that. cold readings with more of the weather watchers up and reporting for duty. now readings in the teens, and these are air temperature readings. 27, and you can always count on bruce, too, and if you need an idea for the menu today, bruce is reminding us, it's national deep dish pizza day, and kyla said she is on board. she may be enjoying some right now. she does love the pizza. i appreciate this from bob. it's gold star wives day, and in an unrelated picture, molly cannot wait to cut the lawn. first off, that's a smart dog.
dog use heavy equipment, but molly making the point it doesn't feel like spring. it feels like february out there. right now, lady liberty saying giving me your tired, poor, and cold. 27 in the park, and wind out of the northeast at 28. we will do the math for you in a second. these are air temperature readings, and again, some readings in the teens. 16 in walden, and 26 in mahwah. tealing teal -- feeling like 14 in mahwah right now. windchills around sayville, that's cold. 14 for the jersey shore. 16. you know yesterday, parts of monmouth and ocean county, you were 65 and almost 70 degrees, and now you are waking up with windchills in the teens. clouds more widespread for nassau into suffolk county.
county, and it's a dryer air mass. we will see bright skies today, just cold. and now with dry conditions, one thing that is back up, pollen, at 8.5 today, and not a lot of releaf tomorrow into thursday. thursday is turning wet, and the number will be down a bit. make sure you're ready for it. the day today, somewhat misleading. 41 the high, and we will put that down in the book, and that's what we will try to match up with the numbers, and it's the windchills. the windchills out the door, in the teens, and for the yankees, we could see windchills in the 20s, and make sure you're layered up and ready to go. it will be a cold one today. hopefully not too slow for you today, but it's busy right now. >> it is getting busy, and unfortunately we start off with an accident. this is in the bronx, and there's an accident involving a tractor trailer that has all lanes subject to closure on the northbound new england freeway at east tremont avenue, and then we head to brooklyn.
cleanup. same story as we head to dekalb. avoid that area if you can. mass transit, everything is on or close to schedule. new jersey transit and long island railroad, and better news in the bronx. the 2 trains have resumed normal service. alternate-side parking rules in effect citywide. >> kyla, thank you. an offday on wall street, and there could trouble brewing at disney. >> reporter: good morning, chris and mary. slow start to the week on wall street. the dow fell 55 and the nasdaq dropping 22. futures pointing to a lower open. is there trouble at the top at disney? disney's second in command unexpectedly stepped down. the disney chairman plans to retire in june 2018. united airlines reached a contract agreement with 30,000
workers increasing bay by about 30% for 5 years. >> the next time you buy something at apple, you will probably not take it home in one of the iconic white draw string bags. that i are going green, phasing out the plastic in exchange for materials. it's no secret that the rays for the sun could be damaging your skin, but what if there's another source of light that is just as harmful, and it's coming from devices many of us cannot live without. we are talking about smart phones, computers, and tablets. it's known as blue light, and experts say that light could be harmful to your eyes and skin, causing loss of vision or making you look older. research on the specific effects is still in its infancy, but dermatologists can scan for possible signs of
>> this is all from uv damage, but a little bit is hev? we could, but it's minuscule. a lot of us have been using cell phones for 20 years, and we haven't had skin cancers or problems. we need to study it to see how much output is coming from computer screens. >> there's a way to protect yourself. look for fractionated melanate in your sunscreen. the case against stephanie seymore could be dismissed. the judge will drop all charges if she completed an alcohol treatment program and attends aa meetings twice a week. she backed her range rover into a car and hit a utility pole and then drove off. prosecutors said dean skelos should spend 12-15 years
should have 10-12 years. sentencing is next week. up next, when you could hear some new music by the rolling stones, plus this. >> very good. >> a disabled teenager from nassau county finds hope after his wheelchair was stolen. first, it was a buzzer beater, villanova beats north carolina to win the national championship last night, 77-74 for the last-second 3, and the rangers have the 4-2 win in columbus, and the islanders win 5-2. they said it wasn't possible... to make a sunscreen you can apply to wet skin. a wrinkle cream that works in one week. and a shampoo that washes away
why does it feel so good ? that's a great we. the latest it -- latest hit "if it ain't love." riders can voice their concerns to the president of the new york city transit at a town hall meeting tonight, and that meeting will take place at 6:30, and that will be at the sunny side knew service building on 39th street. it's now 5:52. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. john? >> if it ain't winter, why does it feel so cold? i'm working on that song to get a record deal. 17. i will tell you, the thermometer stays 27, feeling like 17. windchills across the board in the teens. look at chatham. 17. 16 in liberty, woodmere feeling
it's chilly. going to go for 41 today, and with the wind, feeling cooler. and that, that right there, that's way below normal, and we are going to see a lot of sun, and so, yeah, it's going to be a bright day, but it will feel like a february day today, and make sure you're layered up, bundled up and ready to go. let's save you time right now with kyla. >> let's do it talking about traffic this morning. good morning, everybody. in the bronx, an accident is involving a tractor trailer and all lanes are subject to closure at southeast treemont avenue, and delays back to the bruckner interchange, and at brooklyn, parkside avenue is closed from bedford to nordstrom avenues, and this is the same story headed into dekalb avenues, and a live look outside at the tappen zee bridge, there's no delays. that's the good news. back to you.
the rolling stones are planning to release a new album, possibly this year, and that's the word from the stone's guitarist ron wood saying they just completed a few days in the studio recording new material after their historic trip to cuba. they are waiting for the long- awaited follow up to their 2005 album, bigger bang. a nassau county teen had his wheelchair stolen along with his independence. now 3 years later, had he says it's the best thing that ever happened to him. >> reporter: getting himself out of a wheelchair, standing, taking real steps with a walker for the first time. vinny panello, graduate of roslyn high school, living with cerebral palsy since birth says life is grand. >> by the miracle of god, i am able to walk.
was the heartless crime that took their son on this journey. we were there when police charged teenage neighbors for stealing his wheelchair, taking it on a joyride, and trashing it. >> it was a hate crime. they took away my independence. >> reporter: and that crime inspired vinny. while waiting 2 months for a custom-built wheelchair, he sought advice from his doctor at nyu lango. a pump was implanted into his spine with only a chance it could control the problems. out of a hurtful crime, blessing are overwhelming them. >> he was able to show the
every child out there who has a disability. >> it has actually helped me walk. >> reporter: something that was your dream for your entire life? >> yes. >> reporter: it takes a village. these are volunteers helping with vinny's daily physical therapy, and every 3 months the protein pump medication is infused, and doctors say vinny could even get better. jennifer mclogan, cbs 2 news. >> so this kind of therapy is being used for patients with cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy and other injuries. >> to see the way vinny responds himself, it's just the strength. >> the positive attitude, and you can see the smile. >> it's great to see him walking. >> on the flip side to think that someone would be so cold to steal his wheelchair? what's wrong with the world. what do you have? freezing temperatures. >> and it will stay cold.
the sun will come out, and the windchills will likely be below freezing all day long. record? >> it takes a lot to break records, and you know what? i'm fine. >> just stay home. >> yeah. >> and it's starting to heat up a bit. we have an accident to tell you breaking news, another subway slashing overnight, and we are live from the bronx with details. holes in the floor and a leaking ceiling and sink. now the tenants are fed up. how hard is it about the hip hopera. >> wait until you see amy schumer's spin on broadway's hamilton.
>> and i think i saw an iceburg in the distance, mary. i'm chris wragge. first accident here's your morning news to go. breaking news overnight, a subway slashing at the jackson avenue in the bronx. the victim was riding the 2 rain when police say two men tried to rob him and attack him. the latest coming up in a live report. and he tried to stop him, but instead he ran him over. >> police make an arrest in a brutal hit-and-run in brooklyn. >> they were stacked in crates and there were quite a few of them in the crate together. >> disturbing discovery. puppies found locked in cages, stuffed in a van, and the hand behind it has done it before. we talked to him months ago when he was first in trouble with the law. the painting is coming off the walls, and rats, roaches and that's not all, our cameras
the ceiling at this new york city apartment building, and the people who live here say they have had enough. they are taking action and going after the landlord. what happened? all the way from austin, texas, and they canceled the game. now they need a dome here to play in the spring. >> live preview from opening day at yankee stadium. to jenkins for the championship! [ cheers ] >> got it! with that amazing last-second play, villanova is in the new ncaa men's champions. more highlights coming up in sports. know to weather and traffic. >> reporter: my friend went to villanova, and i can only imagine.
what a game. as we scan the skies, clouds giving away to sun. it will stay out of the north. 15-20, 20 miles an hour. it is cold. going to be a dry one today, and with the wind and the air mass, around the area, and definitely impacted by the jet. definitely seeing the numbers below normal. feeling like the 20s, your high this afternoon, the low 40s, and it will feel like the low 30s. be smart, you need to layer up and think february, sorry, not april. hopefully we don't have any apologizing to do trafficwise. what's going on kyla? >> you want to make sure to get people ahead of it it. a few issues this morning. in the bronx, an accident involving the tractor trailer, and all lanes are subject to closure on the northbound new england freeway, and that's at east tremont avenue. delays unfortunately back to
in brooklyn, parkside avenue is closed, and that's due to fire department cleanup. we have the same story at dekalb avenues. look at the lincoln tunnel. 5-10 minute delay, and looking good at the holland tunnel and george washington bridge this morning. alternate-side parking rules in effect citywide today. back to you. >> now to break news in the bronx, another new yorker is slashed. >> it happened early this morning in the subway. new figures show felony assaults on the rise. magdalina doris -- magdalena doris has more. >> reporter: investigators here are looking for two suspects.
at 1:15 this morning, and the suspect was approached by two men who. ed his backpack. he was slashed in his face and hand during the struggle. before getting off the train at the jackson avenue station, the suspects continued to ride southbound this is the latest incident in a rash of knife attacks throughout the city. slashings and stabbings are up 21% this year. >> it's one of the few crimes going up, and at the same time, it's going up at a level that is a concern to us, and that's the additional effort that we are putting into it. i'm comfortable that over time, just like everything else we focus on here it will go down. >> reporter: commissioner bratton and mayor de blasio says the number of knife attacks will be going down. they are tracking knife attacks a as separate category in crime statistics, and since that plan has been enacted, these crimes have continued to pop up, including a tax on or near
brought two more slashings, one at penn station and one at an a. train station in lower manhattan. >> reporter: the victim was taken to lincoln hospital with injuries to his face and hand, and he is expected to be okay. police are looking for two men in their 20s, in connection with the case. live in the mott haven section of the bronx, magdalena doris. an arrest in a brutal hit- and-run in brooklyn. joshua colon is facing arraignment today. police say he stole a truck belonging to 63-year-old phil delagrossi in front of his greenwood heights business yesterday morning. he was apparently runover in a confrontation. colon then struck another vehicle before fleeing on foot. three teens are facing gun charges this morning after another gun scare at a new york city high school. the robert f. kennedy school on the upper east side. a 13-year-old boy threatened a
another boy's sweatshirt, and a third boy had a box of ammunition. this is the third case to happen in a city school in less than a month. a bronx woman who is accused of being married 11 times without getting a divorce will be in court. most of her husbands were foreigners who used their marriage to file for permanent status in the u.s. it won't be much warmer, but skies should be clear for the yankees' postponed opening day game. >> janelle burrell is live from the stadium with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, mary. take two for the yankee fans here this afternoon. no rain, but it is definitely cold out here, and so for those who are brave enough to come back out here to the stadium, you definitely have to bundle up this afternoon. let's show you what it looked like yesterday. it was a dismal day in the bronx, so much so they called up a the home open -- called off the home opener, disappointing fans. some travels from thousands of miles away. many were prepared for the rain, and they were frustrated the game was postponed. >> i had a poncho in here, ready to go. my water proof jacket on, and what are you going to do? >> we bought the tickets online, and now we are here, but we won't see it today. >> so it's a rematch of the wild card game against the astros. first pitch will be right here this afternoon a. >> janelle is definitely not dressed for baseball, is he? >> no. >> coming up, new jersey lawmakers taking action in the
in schools. tenants fighting back. what the residents of this building are doing to save their homes for falling apart. what would you do to get seats behind home plate? the social media contest that has people dressing up in bizarre outfits. >> the janelle burrell index in the city is 17 degrees, and it's definitely a chilly one. all right, kids, let's get ready to go. if you're going to school, you need coats out there later today, not warming up that much. the windchill in the 20s. good news is though a lot of sun.
good morning. we welcome you back here at 6:11. 27degrees, live pictures at yankee stadium. the opener was postponed yesterday, and they will try to get it on today at 1:05. temperatures will be about 30 degrees throughout, and freezing. >> i bet you don't need the umbrella today there is that. how about we get to traffic and weather on the 2s. john, what do you think? >> it's a nice little truck driving by. you're right, it's the wind. the wind will get you. windchills below freezing, i think for the first pitch, and you're not going to see a big
game, and i mean highs this afternoon, upper 30s to around 40, and with the north wind, feeling cooler. north winds in the teens, and more readings, look at this, 19, 11, 15, 21. i did see the comment about it being a lava lamp day, and i was looking, and i believe it's a lava lamp day, and i appreciate this, too. closer to the shore, arriellen has 27 and it feels like 16 with her wind. one member of our team this morning, iced out of her car. her car, the doors were frozen shut, and i think she walked over the bridge. john has 30 in manahawkin. i will tell you this, parts of ocean county, you were warming yesterday. really quickly, looking back. the high on monday in toms river, 68.
45 for the high at central park. and 49 at jfk. today the cold air has seeped farther to the south. tonight, monmouth, ocean county, a freeze watch, so your sensitive plants are in danger. a freeze warning for the rest of us. 27 in the city, cloudy with the the wind out of the north. feeling like 17. we have single-digit windchills now for white plains and greenwich. you may be trying to get your car door open with ice on there, and it's a winter breeze blowing today and then tomorrow we will see clouds on the increase. thursday is actually potentially above normal, and what happens, there's a big shift in the wind, and you have that push out of the south, and it will turn wet. we have the possibility of an isolated thunderstorm, and that will leave in a stray shower
game for friday, and then saturday into sunday, alaina on facebook said please tell me it will warm up this weekend? i don't think so. april you should see highs closer to 60 no, we will struggle to be close to 50 on saturday and sunday, and busy between now and then, and dry today and tomorrow, but very cold today, and wet thursday, and leftover shower early on friday, and then the cool numbers into the weekend. it's into the commute now with kyla. >> off we go, everybody. good morning. we do have a few accidents to tell you about, and we start in putnam valley. the right lane on the southbound taconic parkway blocked, and delays are back to highway 301, and then into the bronx, an accident involving a tractor trailer has all lanes subject to closure, and this is at east tremont avenue. unfortunately we have delays back to the bruckner interchange. the better bet is to stick with
the mass transit, on or close to schedule. metro north, path trains looking good. alternate-side parking rules in effect today. two weeks to go until the new york primary. it's an event meant to show commitment to hillary clinton's issues. the campaign says mrs. clinton will talk about how as president she will break down barriers holding down women and girls it will take place in crown heights. a seldom heard voice in support of donald trump. his wife melania. she spoke out ahead of the wisconsin primary, and some say it was an attempt to address the gender gap in his support. he is deeply unpopular with women voters.
or a woman, he streets everyone equal. he is a fighter. if you elect him to be your president, he will fight for you and your country. >> there was no disruption during her speech, but a protester spoke out after she finished. dozens of tenants are suing their landlord claiming the conditions in their apartments are horrendous. >> when do we the president? now! >> reporter: angry tenants protesting outside of the bronx housing court, rallying against what they say are unlivable conditions in this apartment building, and their landlord ved parkash who has been called the worst landlord in the city. >> there's painting coming off the walls, rats, roaches. >> reporter: the tenants are part of 38 neighbors who have filed a lawsuit against
especially on the side i live on. it's constantly vibrating in the building. i don't feel safe. >> reporter: this tenant has to cook on hot plates because there's no gas, and there hasn't been for 3 weeks. she has buckets under her sing to collect water and an exposed hole in the ceiling in the laundry room, we saw a huge gap in the floor, which we are told has been there for a come of weeks. inspectors on scene from the department of housing preservation and development says the floor just collapsed. the tenants are very angry. >> don't worry! i don't know nothing. >> reporter: the building super was tight lipped, and we tried to contact the landlord for comment, but we were unable to reach ved parkash, and his phone was not accepting messages. scott rapoport, cbs 2 news. >> last month a sink hole
and con ed had to turn off the building's gas. there's a 500 open violations in the building alone. one bill that passed the assembly panel would require lead testing in all schools, and two others would remove the pipes that leaked the lead into the drinking water, and the measure has moved to the full assembly for consideration. our next half an hour, find out which airlines are ranked the best when it comes to quality. and i'm here to say, why don't you just throw yourself away >> when we return, from hamilton to betsy ross? amy schumer with her own musical. first, the stock futures are down this morning. the dow jones fell by 55, and
s&p lost over 6. well police are searching for the bandit who took off with this bronze statue from the upper east side. investigators said it was stolen from the owner's host on east 74th street. the statue is valued at $90,000. at 6:22, talking traffic and weather on the 2s, and the windchill, john, what are you thinking? >> on facebook, windchills 16, and you have 18 up in dutchess county, and it's cold out there
it feels like out the door, and the windchill in bronxville, that's 7. mt. kisco feeling like 7 as well. some folks with a windchill of 17. nice and bright, and 41 is your high. feeling like february. the 10th of february, and you need to layer up, be smart, and plan on it. >> just when we were getting so comfortable with april. >> no such luck. with traffic, we are starting to warm up with that, and in the bronx, an accident involving a tractor trailer, and all lanes are subject to closure on the northbound new england freeway, and unfortunately now, delays all the way back to the bruckner interchange, and you want to stick with the hutch to get around this. alternate-side parking rules citywide. new king of college hoops. >> north carolina and villanova. back to the highlights. the heels try to send it into overtime.
double pump, got it michael jordan in the crowd. yes! >> nova with the shot. they will drive the floor, and watch what happens when gist jenkins stops, pops, and -- that's right! he drops it in! with no time left, the game- winning 3 for the first time since 1985, villanova wins it, 77-74, and this is incredible. we slow it down for you. watch the shot clock, top of your screen, definitely got it off, and bang! hit it, 77-74. for the fans watching at the villanova philadelphia campus outside of philly a moment they will never forget. thousands crammed into the pavilion to see their beloved cats bring home the title. the celebration was mostly peaceful, but there were three injuries and a dozen arrests for disorderly conduct. this happens all the time.
need to destroy things. >> they gave the kids the day off from school today. >> i'm sure they are still up this morning. amy schumer takes a track at hiphopra. >> but first john oliver is speaking out for what he calls the yankees being an elitist. >> the team got rid of the option to print tickets at home. it's frustrating for premium ticketholders to sit next to someone who has never sat in a premium location, and now seats are being hold for 25 cents each. >> you must dress like you have never sat in a premium seat before. >> send us the photo with haveneversatinapremiumlocation. gave a-rod our best.
responded to the contest and said everyone is welcome at yankee stadium, and i thank john oliver for buying yankee tickets. you do, you watch the games, and the seats are empty all the time. it would be nice to see someone dressed as a chicken there. the hip hop musical hamilton is the hottest ticket in town. why not set another character's journey to moose snick. >> that's what amy schumer proposed a musical based on the famous flag maker betsy ross. >> i feel like after she was done suing she would clean up, and she would be like i am not throwing away my mop. i am not throwing away my mop. >> can we count on you to invest? >> where do we go?
like taylor swift's "shake it off," but not even this cameo could get her name in lights on broadway. at least for now. >> they are not going to take away my mop, that's a good one. [ laughter ] are airlines trying to silence your complaints? we have breaking news this morning. the search is on for two more slashing suspects in the bronx this morning. a manhattan jeweler robbed of $1 million in jewels. was he targeted and followed across the state lines? >> is a turkey takeover in new jersey. turkeys caught damaging cars and one was caught breaking into the a home.
27 degrees on this tuesday april 5th. cold april morning. traffic and weather on the 2s, coming up. first, breaking news. another slashing on the subway, and police are looking for two attackers. a man under arrest after a deadly hit-and-run in brooklyn. plus this -- >> the incredible buzzer beater ending to march madness. it all came down to the final
finish to a great tournament. good morning, even. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. we begin with the slashing in the bronx. magdalena is live this morning. >> reporter: good morning chris and mary. police are still looking for the two suspects that happened here on the 2 train near the jackson avenue station this is as the number of slashings continue to rise across the city. now over 900 since january. >> reporter: the 26-year-old victim was riding on the southbound 2 train at 1:15 this morning, approached by two men who robbed his backpack. he was slashed during the incident. slashing and stabbings are up 21% this year.
going up, and at the same time it's at a level that is a concern to us. >> reporter: commissioner bratton and mayor de blasio say the number of knife attacks will go down in connection with the plan adding police patrols overnight near bars and nightclubs, and they are tracking a separate category in crime statistics. the crimes have continued to pop up, including attacks on or near subways, and last friday brought two more stabbings. police say the victim was taken to lincoln hospital from here, and he had slashings to his face and hand, and he's expected to be okay, and they are, of course, still searching for the two suspects in the case. magdalena doris, cbs 2 news. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. >> tell you what, we will see chilly conditions today, but
winds we saw over the weekend. we just got the video in earlier. this is from booten township, and this is amazing so many things are coming together here. tragedy averted there as the car narrowly gets under the tree, and the truck that was actually airborne briefly, and then the ground clearance kept the passenger come partment safe, and incredibly no one was seriously hurt. wind a factor today, but nothing like that kind of a wind, and it's just the wind and chill. feeling like 19 in the city right now, and single-digit windchills to start the day, hour-by-hour, we will see the sun's power, and we will not feel the heat. this is quite neat. you're looking at 35 at lunchtime, feeling like 25, and 41 is the afternoon high, feeling like 32.
let's get ready for the ride right now. kyla is in for alex. >> we have a few trouble spots to tell you about this is an accident with a tractor trailer. all lanes are subject to closure on the northbound new england freeway at east tremont avenue. you want to stick with the hutch to get around this problem spot. the right lane on the southbound taconic parkway is causing delays back to highway 301. taking a live look outside at brentwood, you see the police activity there, blocking the left lane on the westbound l.i.e., at exit 53, and causing delays back to 55. alternate-side parking rules in effect today citywide. >> reporter: if you're headed to the airport, all is on or close to schedule at jfk, laguardia, and newark liberty. there's been an arrest in a brutal hit-and-run in brooklyn. joshua colon is facing
had he is the man who stole the truck belonging to phil deligrossi. >> apparently he tried to get back in the truck, at which point he ended up back under the truck, and the perpetrator ran over him. three teens are facing charges after a gun scare at the robert f. kennedy school on the upper east side. a 13-year-old boy threatened a 12-year-old girl with a gun. they found the gun in a 15-year- old boy's sweatshirt, and a 14- year-old boy had a box of ammunition. the head of the school safety officers said more metal detectors are need. >> these are nonscanned schooled that the weapons are being found in. this an indication that the scanning needs to be expanded
>> the teen who allegedly pointed the gun is charged with menacing, and this is the fifth case of a weapon brought to a city school in less than a month. new information on the jewelry man robbed in pennsylvania. four people are seen running towards the man in the parking lot on saturday. they beat up the salesman and stole the suitcases with an estimated $1 million in jewelry. 19-year-old freshman brandon lawrence was shot early sunday morning in lincoln park. he informs a car with several friends and a new acquaintance when they got into a disagreement, leading to a fight in the park and gunfire. 19-year-old stivenson desir is being held without bail. today is postponed opening day for yankee stadium.
the stadium where the game will take place. janelle? >> reporter: hi, there, mary. yankee fans giving it a go once again this afternoon. it will be a rematch of last year's american league wild card game against the houston astros, and this time it will be a whole lot colder. fans have to bundle up as they enter the stadium later today. we want to show you what it looked like yesterday, the reason why the yankees had to postpone their home opener. miserable, dismal with the rain and the damp temperatures disappointing fans who showed up realizing the game had been postponed, many of them coming prepared. some traveled from thousands of miles away just to see the yankees play. >> what happened? all the way from austin, texas, and they canceled the game. we need to get a dome over here to play baseball in the spring.
ready to. go my water -- to go. my water proof jacket. but what are you going to do? >> reporter: fans are hoping for a win here this afternoon, and that first pitch is scheduled to take place at 1:05 p.m. reporting live this motion outside of yankee stadium, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. there's a brand new college basketball champion, and if you just saw the last few seconds of the final game of the march madness, you witnessed a win for the ages. north carolina and the wildcats. the heels trying to send it into overtime. marcus page with this hail mary, and it's answered and the double-pumping has the crowd pumped up, and michael jordan is in the crowd. he loves it.
and as bill would say, onions! that's right! it's the first time since 1985 villanova wins it. 77-74 the final score. what a way to end march madness here. watch the shot clock on the top of your screen. stop, pop, and drop. nova your national champions. >> that's a thriller. >> my father-in-law a very, very happy man today. he's a villanova graduate. a father and son save a woman trapped in a burning car in new jersey. dozens of puppies found stuffed in a car in paramus. customers have a lot to
passengers being silenced? and we welcome you back here to cbs 2 news this morning. 6:41, and it's 27. it just looks cold. all the beautiful sunrises the last couple of weeks, and it was warmer, and now it's looking cold out there. the high speed police chase from kansas to missouri and back. caught on video. police spotted a woman driving a stolen toyota camry, and the chase ended in kansas city when she lost control of the car. the woman is also facing shoplifting charges as well. traffic and weather on the 2s, starting with you, john. >> cold. it's uncomfortable. people going to the game today, think smart. how are you going to layer up? toe warmers? hand warmers?
possibly a beverage. i'm just saying something to keep you warm. in the city right now, it's refreshing, , invigorating, and we will see 21 in sparta, 28 in jersey shore, 26 through the hamptons, and the numbers on average, 10-15 degrees colder than we were. with the wind out of the north, windchills as low as 7. averaging 15-20 degrees right now, and we will stay cold all day, and there's a freeze warning until 10:00 a.m., and that's today. the national weather service has already posted a freeze warning tonight into wednesday morning for the city, long island, coastal connecticut, and it's a freeze watch for the jersey shore it will be cold again, and this is showing up on radar, yeah, that's moisture
the ground, and we do see dry conditions today. dry conditions? yeah, that means pollen numbers will be up again today, tomorrow, and into thursday. thursday, we will see the next chance of rain rolling in, 41 today, and windchills in the 20s for most of us for most of the day, and let's make sure you are on time for the day. here's kyla. >> reporter: we have big problems this morning in queens, and we will go to jim smith with the details. jim what can you tell us? >> kyla, this is the queens side of the white stone bridge, headed into queens. where the accident happened is where the bridge and the northbound cross island expressway form the white stone expressway, and three vehicles involved. one of them you can see is overturned now. what is affected right now? the northbound cross island parkway has all lanes closed at a the point where it turns into the southbound white stone expressway, and also the queens-
back to the cross island parkway, there's delays before the throgs neck bridge, and this delay begins where the hutchenson river parkway crosses the cross bronx express way. major delays, use the throgs neck this morning, headed into queens. jim smith, cbs 2 news. >> thank you, jim. alternate-side parking rules in effect citywide today. chris and mary, over to you. a father and son helped to rescue a woman trapped in a burning suv. the authorities said the woman crashed into the bridge on sunday, and james panone and his 15-year-old son were driving by when the flames showed up. workers cut her from her seat belt, and she was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. a new jersey pet store may face charges after dozens of puppies were discovered in a van. they were behind the just pups store in paramus.
freezing, and police said they heard yelping from inside of the van and a powerful smell as well. >> i think it's terrible and disgusting. >> they were stacked in crates, and quite a few of them were in a crate together. >> reporter: they were all take tonight animal hospital. we tried to find the owner at his emerson, new jersey store, but he was not there either. the number one carrier is a repeat winner, and virgin america tops the list for a fourth year in a row, and it was released as alaska airlines announced it will be buying virgin america. jetblue was in second place, followed by delta airlines, hawaiian airlines coming in fourth. now nearly everyone who flies has been caught up in a travel nightmare one time or another. >> but fileing a formal complaint is not easy. that's leading to more airline
>> reporter: up in the air -- >> our flight attendant has gone nuts. >> reporter: and on the ground. >> do you care about your passengers? >> reporter: flying can leave passengers at the end of their rope. >> they canceled it, and now they woke let me speak to someone. >> reporter: you want to complain? good luck! the airlines are required to put the department of transportation complaint information online, but just try to find it. >> it's extremely difficult, and some say impossible. >> reporter: jannis hahn had her staffers comb the websites searching for the d.o.t. information. they found it nearly impossible to locate. >> they probably don't want the complaints, don't want to see the complaints, and this is their way of doing it. >> reporter: to get the information on american airlines for instance. go to travel information, and
stance assistance, and then the air carrier access act, and delta's is also hidden in the section for travelers with disabilities, and it's a tricky search for frontier airline with the information in the boarding and disembarking information. >> i don't see anything. >> reporter: we asked george habika to give a go. after frying to find the d.o.t. complaint information on six airline websites, he came up empty. >> if you put something on the website and it's so deeply buried no one can find it, you're just playing a game. >> reporter: new regulations and fines can be issued after a series of problems with the airlines. >> we don't want airlines to get away with bad behavior. >> and the airlines are also
information on their website, and the complaints don't go to the d.o.t. another option is to file a complaint on the d.o.t.'s own website. >> if you tweet the airlines, it's a good way to get a response. >> good suggestion. a takeover in new jersey. >> we literally ran for our lives in the house. >> reporter: the reason for aggressive turkey behavior in one town. first your sports update. >> villanova with the chris jenkins game-winning three at the buzzer to win the ncaa championship last night. the ragers beat the bluejackets and the islanders knocked off the lightning, 5-2. the yankees will play their postponed game this afternoon. the devils host the sabres, and
you're taking a live look at yankee stadium. opening day round two after the weather canceled the game yesterday. today, it's still really cold out there 6:52. welcome back to cbs 2 news this morning. let's get you to traffic and weather on the 2s. john? >> the windchill in the city right now, 19 degrees, and
upper 30s, low 40s, and with the wind, windchills for the game, they will just be mid- to upper 20s, and first pitch, 37 degrees, and lots of sun, but very cold with that wind. for the mets, warmer temperatures, 20% chance in the forecast on friday, and better chance really earlier in the morning on friday, and then for the weekend, colder still, and we are kind of stuck in a cool rut, and let's try to avoid ruts, though , for the ride and drive. >> it's tough what is going on right now. we are big problems. we are headed up to jim smith for the cross island parkway. >> reporter: kyla it was on the queens side of the white stone bridge where the queens bound bridge ramp meets with the northbound cross island parkway, and one of the vehicles was overturned. it's been uprighted, and there were a total of three involved.
shut down, just reopened a few minutes ago. delays on the northbound cross island into the area of the white stone, and take a look now at the queens bound white stone bridge. bumper to bumper delays. jim smith, stayth at&t news. alternate-side parking rules in effect citywide today. chris and mary, back to you. >> kyla, thanks. turkey trouble in one new jersey neighborhood. [screaming] >> the birds are going on a rampage in teaneck, chasing residents, damaging cars, and breaking into the a home. the town's health officer has fielded more than a dozen calls for residents about aggressive turkeys.
window of a house. the experts believe it's because it's mating month. i'm telling you, fake them out and scare them. show them the calendar on the november month. how about the game last night? we will talk with chris jenkins about his incredible title- winning shot. >> can't wait. also a gun that looks like a phone. the calls to investigate before it even hits the market. and then lesli staal is joining us about her new book on becoming a grandmother. she says it changes a woman's life. >> thanks, guys.
i can't believe my role isn't bigger. real, simple ingredients. unbelievable taste. oh it's real! enjoy i can't believe it's not butter! here's what you need to know before you go. the search is on for two men accused of the slashing attack in the bronx, and police say it happened during a robbery on a number two train in mott haven. the victim is expected to be okay. a town hall meeting will take place in response to ongoing delays and shutdowns with the 7-day. the president of the new york
rider's questions at the sunny side services building on 39th street. common core testing begins today for students around new york state, and there will be fewer questions and students can take as much time as they need. opponents say schools teach to the test rather than teaching to the child. the yankees will host the astros at 1:05 this afternoon for opening day. let's go to kyla grogan for traffic. >> reporter: a big problem in queens. multiple car accident with an overturned vehicle, heavy delays on the northbound cross island, closed right where it meets the southbound van wyck white stone expressway this is also the queens borough white stone bridge jammed as well. looking here, traffic just keeps on rolling, and try to get around that if you can, everybody. john? >> reporter: the windchill in the city right now, down to 14
highs today, well below normal, upper 30s and low 40s with the wind screaming out of the north, and windchills below freezing for a good part of the day. nice and bright and dry, but cold. increasing clouds on wednesday, and more cold air for the weekend. bundle up today. >> we will have another check of traffic and weather come canning up. >> i'm chris wragge. and i'm mary calvi. have a great day. good morning. it is tuesday, april 5th, 20156789 welcome to "cbs this morning." villanova stuns north carolina with a buzzer-beating win.