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now on "today in new york," new information on a traffic stop that sent a new jersey police officer to the hospital. >> that massive crane in tribeca has been hauled away as family and friends prepare to remember collapse. >> how tough is it to take property from an elderly woman? >> let me talk. out of time. a lot of times -- >> no holding back in the republicans final showdown before voters head to the polls in the nation's first primary. good morning.
it is sunday, the 7th of fb. glad to have you with us. i'm pat battle. i'm gus rosendale. our meteorologist raphael miranda is here keeping an eye on the weather. >> the chance for snow in the next couple days. nice quiet morning. mostly clear skies and it is cold temperatures down to the 30s in the city. we have 20s north and west of tonewn. at 34 in central park. even staten island, 27 degrees. watching out for patchy black ice in places like floral park where it's 26. take a wider view, we have teens and 20s in danbury, poughkeepsie, chilly in monticello with 19 degrees and also 19 as you start your day in morristown. it does warm up nicely today. in fact, milder than yesterday. you can see we're at 34 right now. back to 43 by lunchtime. today's high temperature, well above average. 46 degrees. the sunshine does start to fade thay. the clouds build this evening. then the snow arrives. later on tonight into tom
long will it last? i'll tell you coming up in the storm team 4 seven-day forecast in a view. back over to you. >> thanks, raphael. new information in a traffic stop that sent a new jersey police officer to the hospital. >> two people face multiple charges in connection with the stop. officers responded to reports of people sleeping in a parked car in dover. when one officer approached the ca gr, the driver drove over the sidewalk and hit the officer. the officer was sent to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. the two were arrested on scene and that investigation is ongoing. f eral services for the man killed in the crane collapse in tribeca. david wicks will be laid to rest at 11:00 a.m. services will be on the upper east side. the burial follows in saddle brook, new jersey. crews have been working through hethe night to remove the crane as the investigation continues.
surveillance footage showing the 15-story crane crashing down during rush hour. the tower has been carefully cut into pieces so each part can be examined. >> the main point is to cut them in locations that doesn't compromise the more en sick engineering value so that we can have experts study how the pieces failed. >> crews hope to have the blocked cleared by tomorrow. it will be several days before water is restored to building where pipes were crushed by the crane. mayor de blasio is expected to issue safety -- stay with us for the latest on the investigation and get updates on nbcnewyork.com or our mobile app. another construction accident. this one in midtown. it's left a worker fighting for his life. the man was working on the 20th floor of a 3wi8ding on madison avenue when pieces of concrete fell down on to his head knocking him unconscious. he was taken to bellevue hospital listed in critical
we're following developments this morning of three deadly fires in the bronx. flames tore through a home on east 228th street. firefighters found the body of a 76-year-old man in the basement yesterday afternoon. investigators believe the man may have died from a medical condition prior to the fire. the two other bronx fires earlier yesterday morning were other. one on guion place and one on beach avenue. cell phone video shows the flames shooting out from the home. this is the one on beach. firefighters are sifting through the damage and debris to determine what started that fire. five people were inside that home. but 64erear-old claudia britney didn't make it out alive. she died en route to the hospital. >> smelled and that's when i got up and looked out the window and i could see the flames coming out. i hear people screaming, screaming. >> and now to that fire in the parkchester section of the brorngs. firefighters found a man on the
he had severe burns. scene. the cause of that fire, of course, under investiidtion. decision of16 and presidential candidates faced off for the last time for the new hampshire primary. donald trump and ted cruz cozied up again leaving marco rubio as the target. steve handelsman has the highlights. >> surging in the polls, marco rubio was defensive knowing he'd get slammed for being a first-term senator. >> i think the experience is not just what you did but how it worked out. >> the attack came from governors. >> you have not been involved in a consequential decision where you had to be held accountable. you just simply haven't. >> chris christie and former governor jeb bush. >> you lthrn this by doing it. >> we're going to win with trump. we're going to win. >> trump skipped the iowa debate and lost the vote was aggressive. >> let me talk. quiet.
undocumented immigrant got slammed by governor john kasich. >> i couldn't imagine how we would begin to think about taking a mom or a dad out of a house when they have not committed a crime since they've been here, leaving their children in the aouse. i mean, that is not in my opinion the kind of values that we believe in. >> ted cruz grabbed the trump hard line and a trump solution. >> in short, we're going to build a wall, we're going to triple the border patrol, increase and actually since donald enjoyed that, i will simply say i've got somebody in mind to build it. >> what's first in trump's mind is a big win tuesday. his first. rubio's dream grabbing number o. >> for the other five, the dream is moving up to take on trump, which means pushing rubio out of the way. i'm steve haaselsman, nbc news, manchester, new hampshire. >> new jersey governor chris christie and senator marco rubio exchanging jabs several times
christy accusing rubio of not knowing what it's like to help a state through a disaster. rubio fired back. >> your state was hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago. they had to shame you into going back and you stayed there for 36 hours and left and came back to campaign. >> do you know what the shame is? you would criticize somebody for showing up to work, getting the train runs back on time when you'is never been responsible for that in your entire life. you didn't want to go ck. >> the fact is, i went back, it got done. >> you didn't want to go back. >> is that one of the skills you get as a united states senator, esp also. >> ruin yoep was in second place behind trump in new hampshire with 17%. cristie in last with 4%. five -- on the democratic side irst of all. hillary clinton took her struggling campaign door to door.
le digits to bernie sanders. the former secretary of state got a little help from madeleine albright. clinton talks about what sets her apart from sanders and what they have in common. >> it's so interesting to me, senator sanders and i share many of the same goals. we know the economy has to get working for everybody. we are going to take on the billionaire class and make a political revolution. thank you all. >> the latest real clear politics average of recent polls gives sanders almost a 17% point lead in new hampshire. our brian thompson is headed to new hampshire for the tuesday primary. you can look for his report beginning tomorrow night. chuck todd is also in new hampshire. candidates bernie sanders, hillary clinton and donond trump will join todd on "meet the press" this morning. you can catch that at 10:30 following "today in new york's" 10:00 a.m. broadcast.
students is in new hampshire for the primary. more than 100 students traveled to manchester yesterday. they're going to shadow several campaigns, both democrats and republicans. they will shadow journalists covering the primary. the u.n. security council will hold an emergency meeting over north korea's launch of a long-range rocket. the government tv says the rocket was carrying a satellite. the united nations barred that country from using ballistic technology. but north kore >>a says it has a right to pursue a space program. o more than 100 people are trapped under a building in taiwan following an earthquake. it killed 24 people last night. rescuers are working around the clock to pull out survivors. a 17-story high-rise trapping people inside. they say it will be harder to reach people at the bottom. more than 500 people were hurt in saturday's quake. still to come on "today in ru new york" on this sunday morning, history in the making for a long island high school band.
to the day and raphi is tracking a snowstorm. we'll talk about that i a moment. great story here. a thrilling month for the music students. >> they're traveling to cuba to perform. as greg cergol reports, they're one of the first u.s. bands to do so. >> it's rehearsal time for the north shore high school band. but there's a different vibe to these sessions.
>> these young musicians are preparing to play for audiences who have never seen a live performance like this. >> later this month they bring their music to cuba. >> the fact that they're saying they're going to havana, it blows our mind. >> the band's director, david soto, calls his kids ambassadors. that may sound like a lot of pressure for teenagers. but the 71 students making the week-long trip embrace the challenge. >> it will show people that we can all get along. >> that's what the obama administration envisioned when it began efforts to restore diplomatic ties with cuba. the north shore students are among the first to be invited by cuba's ministry of cultural affairs. they'll perform in three cuban venues. but the students gift to cuba will extend beyond american music. >> i'm bri ing guitarkn strings.
much-needed artistic supplies to their cuban high school counterparts. >> they believe that they are doing something bigger than themselves. >> in the end, though, these are still teens curious and anxious about a trip to a once forbidden land. >> it's going to feel like going back into a time machine. >> a time machine where yes, cell phones probably won't work. >> being attached to my phone all the time, i'm really excited get away from that. >> that excitement is reaching a crescendo as this trip of a lifetime draws near. >> we can learn a lot from them also. probably even more than they can learn grom us. >> greg cergol, "news 4 new york." >> wha, t a bunch of mature young pe caople. >> i'm telling you. >> stellar. >> wish them well on their journeys. raphael, we're talking snow. >> busy guy. >> snow and then cold. some of the coldest weather of the season is coming later on. >> really?
we have to get through that first. >> lasting snow then. >> it will stick around, whatever falls. maybe not so much. we'll take a look at that. tricky forecasts over the next few days. snow is involved for sure. noright now. it's dry with mostly clear sxles and temperatures in the 30s this hour. still above freezing and melting some snow across the tristate. you can see it's clear and nice and dry. take a look at the weather headlines today. milder later on this afternoon. temperatures surging into the 40s. better than yesterday. now, the workweek starts colder ani thenswe have snow in the forecast for days. it's most of the upcoming week. in fact. as far as accumulations, this is our first kauchlt how much snow tomorrow through wednesday. this is a three-day event. for three days it's not a whole lot of snow. impacts probably not that bad especially from the city on west. it's generally 1 to 3 inches from new york city to westchester county, rockland county. the higher amounts, fairfield
see 3 to 6 inches. maybe more. that goes for the skbrers i jersey shore. this is monday, tuesday and wednesday. it's not blockbuster snow event but could be a problem from time to time. high pressure staying with us. our first storm gearing up across the southeast. this will become a coastal storm. here's our second upper level trough moving across the great lakes later on today. these two will not team up as they might have. that would have created a much stronger storm closer to the coast. instead, this will allow it to track more out to sea and other low place, catch up, maybe another low developing tuesday offshore. we'll have to see how it plays out again. lots of players in the game. temperatures are cold right now, 20 in samford, mid-20s in redding and stratford. newburgh it's 23 degrees.
temperatures are back to the 40s by lunchtime. beautiful afternoon. definitely get outside and enjoy it. we have unsettled weather coming our way over the next few days. let's time it out on future tracker. 1:00 today, looking greats. sunshine and clouds. mostly cloudy by 8:00 tonight. nice night for dinner. temperatures in the 40s. look what happens. this is tomorrow morning. your monday morning kmoout is a wet one or white e. rain and snow showers breaking out by tomorrow morning as you wake up. that will continue throughout the morning. heaviest snow bands probably across long island t soough the mid-morning. maybe school delays there. we'll set this into motion. the snow showers continue on and off throughout the day on monday and then our second low forms on tuesday bringing us another round of snow showers. you can see even a few flakes are possible on wednesday. notice those temperatures, though, getting very cold by the end of the week. overnight lows in the teens and yo daytime highs below freezing.
the wintry weather with the "news 4 new york" app. select the weather tab and see the latest forecast. use the interactive radar and how to submit your own weather video. it's available in the app store right now. pat and gus, over to you. >> thank you, raphael. chances are, you or someone you know has had a problem with a moving company because it's a top consumer complaint every single year. >> for an exclusive look at a sting operation targeting movers, better get baquero. here's lynda with tips on who to pick before you make your move. >> reporter: 21 movers who think they're pulling into this location for a move within new jersey, but this is a sting operation. >> move your steering wheel back and forth. >> the 21 companies who showed up, all were unlicensed and there's more. >> there were five arrests made by the state police for outstanding warrants and there are also multiple motor vehicle violations found. so there were a lot of problems.
to you? >> unfortunately, it wasn't. the is ia big problem. >> steve lee is acting director of the new jersey division of consumer affairs. his office found movers who showed up in rented trucks in violation of the rules. director lee told me about the many complaints his office receives for predatory moving. >> they'll quote you one price to get you to start a move and then they'll hold your possessions hostage. >> that's why it's important to do this. get an estimate in writing and make sure the company examines the items to be mved. >> should that be done in person, that examination? >> the requirement is that someone needs to come to your home in person to do that estimate. >> check that the mover is licensed in your state. to get a license, they must have certain minimum insurance and that can help with restitution if there's a problem. >> a lot of cases, if they're unlicensed, there's nothing we can do about it. make sure they're licensed before scheduling a move. >> as your goods arrive, check for lost or damaged items.
move to file a claim. but the mover only has to compensate you up to 60 cents per pound unless you buy additional coverage. >> we rely on consumer complaints to do some of the undercover stings. so folks should always come to us with complaints. >> you can contact his office at nj consumer affairs.gov. that's njconsumeraffairs.gov. each of the movers faces a fine of $2500. if they apply for a license and get it within 30 days, the fines are cut in half. in the newsroom, lynda baquero, "news 4 new york." ur if you're having a problem with a product or service e-mail better get baquero or call our unit at 1-866-news-244. still to come on this sunday morning, it is, of course, super bowl sunday. john chandler is going to join us with a preview of the big game. plus, how much the last-minute
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>> the broins and panthers kicking off tonight. there's still tickets if you're thinking of a last minute jet set and you have several grand to spare. >> the cheapest ticket will run you about $2800. that seems steep. just remember, you're saving. okay, the average ticket price for super bowl 50 is $5,000. the most expensive ticket was $150,000. that price does include access to a suite and unlimited food and drink. >> with newton and manning, right? are you serious? >> that's a house for goodness sake. most of us are content to watch the game at home with guacamol and chips. >> with more on the game and local scores, john chandler joins us with sunday sports. >> good morning everybody. a few things in sports are more excruciating than the two hp week wait for the super bowl. all that's left is the kickoff. in the bay area on saturday,
um undergoing final preparations while carolina and denver held the final walk throughs on the field. ron rivera summed saturday up best telling his panthers, the hey social security hays is in the barn, let's close the door and get ready to play. >> won league mvp to no one's surprise. newton received 48 of 50 votes. tom brady and carson palmer each got one. brett favre at the head of the football class hall of fame of 2016. new york jht for a year. joined by search others. tony dungy, wide receiver marvin harrison, tackle orlando pace, linebacker kevin green, also former 49ers owner eddie debartolo junior and kenny stabler and dick stand fell. knicks had the night off.
still. the nets put up 128 points friday night but couldn't make it back-to-back wins. down by 2 in the fourth. check out this follow by jeremy grant. the younger brother of knicks rookie jarrian grant. the nets still had a chance. they opened the game with 11 turnovers and naturally a turnover leads to their demise. they sealed the win wsth a stuff at the other end. nets fall 103-98. the rangers won f s a second straight in the second time since november. but they lost captain ryan mcdonagh to a sucker punch and possible concussion. it got ugly in a hurney philly. shoulders mcdonough into the bench. simmons landed a left cross on the unsuspecting captain. simmonds was ejected for knocking mcdonagh out. the rangers called it a cheap shot. the rangers trailed.
good choice. he launches a rocket of a one-timer to tie i with 12.9 seconds left in regulation. overtime solved nothing. we head to a shootout and the rangers are lifted to a 3-2 win. devils went to a shootout. they call to the capitals and the islanders blown out 5-1 in detroit. college hoops. sehiton hall looking very much like a tourney team hosting georgetown at the rock. whoyas couldn't contain delgado. he muscles his way up for the hoop and the harm. the pie rots go up. isaiah whitehead looks for room. he had 16. delgado, 19 points. 13 rebounds. fourth straight double double. seton hall at 17-6 with a 69-61 win. st. johns and rutgers on the losing end of the college hardwood on saturday. oklahoma and number two north carolina upset on the road. joy the rest of your super bowl sunday everybody. for "today in new york," i'm
coming up next at 6:30 on "today in new york," a frat nity president with ties to our area accused of trying to rape a classmate. what the university says about the allegations. an investigation into possible water contamination out of westchester county. what you need to know. several days of snow are on the way. but will it stay dry on this sunday? we'll have a look at your day planner coming up in your
new york" on a sunday morning. a live look at the george washington bridge. not so busy today. >> no. but you know where it's going to get busy in the next couple of days, the storm team weather center. raphael miranda is there this morning. a cold start to the day. an active weather pattern headed our way. >> we have today, a nice quiet day before things turn stormy tonight into tomorrow and tuesday and wednesday and major
it goes on and on. enjoy this morning. we have mostly clear skies from new york city down the jersey om shore. a great day to do last-minute shopping for your party tonight. you can see on "day planner," 34 degrees outside. it's chilly. watching out for patchy black ice, across long island especially. we're melting any snow later on this afternoon. a high of 46 degrees. then the clouds build after 6:00. but it is dry until midnight. it's going to stay dry. even after midnight. the snow and rain mix doesn't arrive until just about the morning commute tomorrow. that's when things go downhill. we'll take another look at the snow coming our way in a few. pat and gus, over to you. >> thank you very much. frightening attack in the bronx >>has women on edge. >> a mav beat and raped a woman in a stairwell. michael george comes to us with details from the fordham section. >> do you feel safe walking around here alone? >> not at all. >> absolutely not.
people are afraid of another attack after a woman was raped friday night. just before midnight, the victim entered a building. police say the attacker followed her inside. he assaulted her and robbed her in the elevator. then he took her to a stairwell and raped her. >> the thought of someone following an individual particularly is really -- >> it's really scary. i never thought this could happen in this neighborhood. >> reporter: the victim was taken to the hospital, the rapist ran off. police don't have many details. he's about 18 years old, 5'8" and wearing a gray sweatshirt friday night. until he's caught, this woman says she won't feel safe. >> walking at home at night by yourself, something i wouldn't do anymore. >> michael george, "today in new york." a cornell university student is facing charges of attempted rape this morning. 21-year-old wolfgang balance inger turned himself in on thursday. police say he tried to rape a
in a video he identifies himself as the son of the owner of the famed concert venue webster hall in the east village. the fraternity released a statement that said in part, our chapter is cooperating with the investigation into this matter and afi members involved will be held accountable. police also investigating another slashing on a new york city subway. it's the 11th this year. it happened early yesterday at the east tremont and boston post road station in the bronx. police say the 32-year-old victim got into an argument with two other men when he was sudden slashed across the neck. no arrests have been made. governor cuomo trying to stop -- the governor spoke out against what's called gay conversion therapy while accepting the national equality award for the human rights campaign yesterday. new york is one of the states acting against that. the government revealed regulations to ban insurance coverage for the therapy of minors.
fundamentally the absurd notion that being gay is a psychiatric disorder. >> supporters of the therapy say prohibiting it limits treatment options and undermines religious liberty. an investigation is now under way after possible groundwater contamination was discovered under indian point nuclear power plant in westchester county. the water contaminated when trick yum leaked into the groundwater. they say it's contained atd no risk to the public. in a statement, governor cuomo called the contamination unacceptable and ordering the environmental conser vision and health department toss investigate. the plan to build ten stories of luxury condos on top of a rent stabilized building is causing controversy. >> tenants of the existing building say the design is dangerous. as chris glorioso reports, the owners have been accused of
permit applications. >> for concert pianist warren jones, this rent stabilized apartment is a slice of affordability in an otherwise unaffordable city. >> well, i've been occupying my apartment continuously for the last 38 years. >> now warren and other residents of 711 west end avenue fear their affordable housing is in danger. owners have been approved to build ten stories of luxury condos on top of their low rise building. to do that, they'll erect a giant platform hovering above the lower building to serve as a foundation for the new tower. >> this technique is being tried on us. >> it's a way of b ilding on top of these rent stabilized tenants without having to move them. >> can you imagine the weight of ten stories of condos on top of ?
nture bet een the building owner says the load of the new building will be completely supported by the elevated platform. none of the weight on the low rise beneath. but an engineer hired said it could have a potential catastrophic effect on the lower ssbuildings' foundation. >> the tenants are worried about structural stability. do you think they have a point? >> it's a real issue. it has to be tightly controlled. >> right off the bat -- >> city college architecture and engineering professor says build-over projects like this have been done bef e, but it's expensive to do one safely. structural shifts in the existing building must be constantly monitored. >> this can be done but there are risks. >> i've challenged my professionals to design something that's seismically separate. >> we met with the development team and they told us the foundation of the existing building will be braced. there's a plan to protect tenant
with pile drivers, they're planning to use jackhammers and drills to reduce vibration. the tenants are also challenging this project on the grounds there are false statements in these permits. for example, on some of them, the owner certifies the site is unocfupied. >> is this site occupied? >> this site is completely occupied >> why would an application say the building has no rent regulated tenants if there are rent regulated tenants? >> i can't speak to a specific piece of paper. >> we showed him one of the applications. on it, developers clearly say no when asked if the site contains one or more occupied dwellings. and no when asked if the sitexas subject to rent control or rent stabilization. but boardman dublgd oubled down. >> i would say that's 100% correct. yo he said developers were not referring to the lower building newhen they said the site was vacant. they were referring to the yet to built condos in the sky.
from college philosophy. it suits a purpose. it's inherently dishonest. >> despite vocal opposition, there are rent-controlled hetenants who support the project over their heads. tina and roger are rent stabilized tenants who live on the 7th floor of the lower building. they're looking forward to upgraded windows, air garden. >> i'm excited for the capital improvements with the lobby because it's kind of tired looking. >> warren jones says the risks of this buildover project outweigh the benefits. he fears his affor thdable oasis is about to become a dangerous construction zone. >> they're putting all of us in jeopardy. for the sake of building nonaffordable housin >> chris glorioso, "today in new york." chris tells us that the city has issued three violations for false statements in those permits. the developers say if the violations are upheld, they will
the om indications. meanwhile, it has a green light from the department of buil ngs. they say this is considered a major project overseen by a safety enforcement team but construction is scheduled to commence this spring. if you have a story that you'd like our i-team to check out, call us at 866-news-244. coming up on this sunday morning, the 2016 summer olympics kickoff in just six months. up next, local athletes shared the big dreams and the hard work it takes to get to rio. and storm team 4 meteorologist raphael miranda will be back with a check of today's forecast as we take look there at alphabet junction.
with local athletes who have their eyes set on gold. >> when you ready to give up, always remember why you started. >> that's bronx olympian john or osco with the -- that's the gymnast battle cry. four years ago in london, a then 19-year-old or osco entered the sgames with high expectations only to return home empty handed. >> i definitely was disappointed in myself and my performance. t i was young. i was 19. now i've been through it and i know what i need to do. there's no messing around or second-guessing anymore. >> for him, the games are about redemption. for queens native alicia monday tan yoe, a return trip to the greatest sporting spectacle in the world is about vindication. four years allege, she finished fifth in the women's 800 meters placing behind two runners who
while she waited on her bronze medal, she gave birth to a daughter that carries a different perspective to the track this time around. on>> it just makes me feel all the more hope, recognizing that i was there all along and everything that i was doing was right. now that i've had four years to kind of hone in more on my craft, i feel like the sky is the limit. >> rutgers golden girl, carli lloyd, fresh off a world cup title had arrive in rio a conquering hero having scored the game winning goals in the past two olympic gold medal games. >> the whole world watches the olympiarcs, whether they're a soccer fan or not. they watch all the u.s. olympians compete. that's what's really cool about it. >> dreams are big for so many locals. that's what the olympics are all about. and six months from now, those dreams will be put to the test in rio as the greatest athletes
biggest sporting event on the planet. we can hardly wait. i'm bruce beck. "news 4 new york." and as we said, the 2016 summer olympics begin in six months on the 5th of august. you can count on us here to bring you all the action on nbc 4. rio, so warm. in the days ahead. >> dreaming of rio over the next felaw days, especially by the end of the week, guys. layer it up, pat. you're going to need the layers. >> start kouchbting the layers. >> you haven't needed them. it's been warm in december, mild in january for the most part. february is a more wintry scenario outside. it's a little chilly right now. but not too bad. 34 degrees and mostly clear skies. beautiful thngere in the pre-sunrise hour. a nice sunny start to your day and milder by the afternoon. you can see that in the weather headlines. the workweek starts colder.
then snow for days in the forecast. we'll take a look at that in a few minutes. not talking about blockbuster snow totals. this is starting tomorrow rough wednesday, generally 1 to 3 inches in new york city and stchester county, rockland county and areas west. 3 to 6 inches a possibility. maybe more in a few spots. that's for nassau, suffolk, fairfield and the jersey shore, especially the immediate coastline. that's where we'll be closest to the storm tomorrow morning. another storm moves through on tuesday. so we're going to be adding on more snow. for three days, this is not a lot of snow, but it may impact your travel. that's going to be something to watch over the next few. storm tracker shows a quiet scenario now. lots of sunshine coming our way in a few minutes. the first storm rides up the coast later on today. it's not going to team ua with the upper level trough. it's going to be lagging behind a little bit. that's going to keep the storm system out to sea for us.
similar to a few days ago with that snow for long island. it may be farther east and eventually this trough moves northeast. that your tuesday storm which could bring another few inches of snow. 15 in walpack. it's cold in northwest new jersey. 21 in franklin. 26 in sparta. we have temperatures in the 30s around the city. 19 in danbury. 28 in long branch. future tracker, dry through the morning and afternoon. lots of sunshine around noon. around 6:00, the clouds filter in. that's our storm offshore. by tomorrow morning, 6:00, 7:00 a.m. for your commute, already seeing rain and snow showers out there. especially right along the coast. so if you live in nassau and suffolk counties, jersey shore, a little bit of a wet commute. could be slippery. give yourself extra time. snow showers continue on and off through the morning to the afternoon. maybe a few inches are possible across long island. even in the city for your evening commute, light snow and snow showers continu on monday
moves in on tuesday giving us another shot of snow. maybe even lingering into wednesday. take a look at the temperatn ures. chick-fil-a i but not too bad over the next few days with the snow. temperatures marginally cold but then sharply colder thursday, friday and into the weekend. we're going to be shivering by saturday. stay up to date with the news 4 app. select the weather tab, you can see the latest forecast. use our interactive radar and learn how to submit your own video. it's available on the app store right now. hisoory making election a long time in the making. >> tracie strahan sits down with new york's first black female district attorney in this week's "positively black." >> she was sworn in as a justice in the area where she grew up after a decisive election day win darcel clark, a bronx nacive is the 13th bronx district attorney. she joins us to talk all about it.
>> thank you very much. >> this is history that people were surprised has happened. the silly question is, what took so long? >> it beats me. i don't know. i'm happy to be the one. it's an honor to serve the people of the bronx. it's an honor to serve in a community which i grew up in and that i love. >> let's introduce folks to you a little bit. grew up there, you're serving there. how important is the bronx to you and serving this community. you came in with a hefty agenda. >> yes it is, but i'm a daughter of the bronx. that's my whole area, my background, my life. it runs through me. >> it's important to do something to have a real direct impact on the community 57bd i think, as district attorney, i now have that opportunity to do that. >> take me back to election night when the results start coming in. you finally realiz ome, okay, i may have this in the bag now.
>> it was quite emotional. you know what, everybody say you're going to win. it's a s e thing. but thereos never anything like a sure thing. i felt blessed election night that it actually happened. >> certainly emotional for you as we're watching the swearing in ceremony, your family is there and everything. is there any point you ot misty-eyed.rm >> i tried not to. i worked on holding back the emotion and just showing the emotion in my passion for the work that i have to do. >> now, we talked about your agenda a little bit. two things specifically that i know you want d to tackle. gun violence and incarceration in riker's island >> yes. >> the surveys are coming out saying the south bronx is an issue when it comes to incarceration. high rates there. how do you plan to tackle that? >> my job really is to just make sure that i prote the community. by doing that, i just make sure that i bring forth the best prosecution possible and that
jury, that they serve the time that they should serve. but at the same time, it's not just about arresting c people. it's also about putting resources into the community so that it's safe and that it's not a inplace where criminals feel that they can have their way with society and destroy the neighborhood. you know, you do the prosecution as well as bring resources into the community. have a great community affairs unit that goes out into the community and talk about all the programs that we have to make sure that the bronx is safe. >> obviously, you've made history with this post. soti.what is your message to the young african-american women who feel like this ay be a boys club when it comes to the law and law enforcement. yorou had quite a journey. is that still possible? >> it's asl possible. with god, all things is possible. >> yes. >> i lean on my faith quite a bit as far as that's concerned.
what you want and have a passion and a purpose, you can accomplish anything. and the law is where i put -- where my passion was and my focus and i'm grateful it was able to happen. >> we'll be watching. darcel clark, bronx district attorney. congratulations, thank you or being here. >> thank you, tracie. >> t ms has been a public affairs presentation from nbc 4
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family and friends come together today to remember the man killed in a massive crane collapse as crews work to clear that scene downtown. >> new information on three separate fires in the bronx that left three people dead. chris christie -- >> sparring over the storm response just one of the heated moments of the last republican face-off ahead of tuesday's
>> gorge. welcome to "today in new york" on this sunday morning. i'm gus rosendale. i'm pat battle. let's get to raphael miranda because there's snow in the forecast. no sure how much. not a lot. but it snow for days in the forecast. lots of unsettled weather headed our way. you can see on storm tracker, lots of sunshine coming your way in westchester, rockland countys. temperatures in the 30s. it's 35 now. 27 in staten island. could have icy spots, especially into the suburbs or 28 in v ley stream. 32 for you in middle village. queens. temperatures are in the teens well north and west of town. 18 in bridgewater. in morristown. 12 now a frigid start in sthampton. it will warm up this afternoon. day planner, 35 right now. a chilly start but milder through the day. we'll add on about 10 degrees. back to the mid-40s this afternoon. you can lose a few of the layers. lots of sunshine as well.
itr 's still dry for all your game parties tonight. no snow yet. but by tomorrow morning, that could be another story. we'll take a look at the impacts we're expecting for your morning seven-day forecast. pat and gus over to you. >> let's talk about the commute. a transit alert from the gwb. an overturned truck blocking three lanes of traffic on the new jersey bound upper portion. the lower level is probably your best bet. an overturned truck blocking three lanes. the traffic is getting by a little bit in the fourth. that's going to be major backups even at this early hour. we'll continue to follow this and bring you updates as we move along here. >> moving away the last piece of a massive crane collapse. >> the cleanup continues. ray villeda joins us with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, pat and gus. as you said, the cleanup process continues he in tribeca on worth street. the crane is gone but crews are
where that crane collapsed. it killed a man friday morning. to iday, 38-year-old david wicks ll be remembered as loved ones say one last goodbye. his funeral services take place later this morning on the upper east side. the harvard grad was walking to work when the crane tumbled to the ground crushing him. meanwhile in tribeca, the massive crane was hauled off yesterday after being cut into 35 pieces. city leaders looging to see if the street neesds repaving. investigat s are searching for answers why the crane collapsed in the first place. the wind that day being looked into as a possible factor. very shocking and sad. >> somebody passed away. it's incredible. >> reporter: the mayor is expected to speak later today about crane safety and what's being done in the aftermath t prevent something like this from happening again. in the meantime, the funeral is scheduled for 11:00 this morning at his upper east side synagogue.
i'm ray villeda, "today in new york." stay with news 4 for the latest on the investigation. you can get updates any time on our website, nbcnewyork.com or on mobile app. o a construction accident midtown left a worker fighting for his life. that man was working on the 20th floor of a building near grand central on madison avenue when pieces of concrete fell down on to his head knocking him unconscious. he was taken to bellevue hospital where he's reported in critical condition this morning. we have new information this morning in a traffic stop that sent a new jersey police officer to the hospital. >> this morning, two people are facing multiple charges in connection with that stop. officers responded to reports of people sleeping in a parked car in the town of dover. one of the officers approached. the driver drove over the sidewalk and hit the officer. that officer was taken to the hospital with what's believed to be nonlife-threatening injuries.
that investigation is ongoing. flames kep firefighters busy in the bronx this weekend. they have had to respond to three fires in just 12 hours. flames tore through a home on east 228th street last ght. firefighters found the body of a 76-year-old man in the basement yesterday afternoon. investigators believe the man may have died from a medical condition prior to the fire. and two earlier fires happened a lock away from each other. one on guion avenue in parkchester and one across the cross bronx expressway on beach pi enue. the flames shooting from the home captured on cell phone video. inside, at least five people and crews found -- fire crews found 64-year-old claudia brittany unconscious in her sement. she died en route to the hospitalo they're still searching for what started that firmbe. >> i myself had the fire in my house. she said i'm praying for you. i'm hoping that god will help you.
tell me she passed away. >> now to that fire in the parkchester section of the brs x. that's where firefighters found carlosville pain on the second floor of that home. he had severe burns. he was pronounced dead at the scene. the cause of that fire, too, is under investigation. now to decision 2016. candidates faced off before the new hampshire primary. >> marco rubio was left as the obvious tarlgt.u eve handelsman has more. >> surging in new hampshire polls, marco rubio was defensive he'd get slammed for being a first term senator. >> experience is not what you did but how it worked out. >> the attack came from governors. >> you have not been involved in a consequence decision where you had to be held accountable. you simply vnt. >> chris glorioso christie and former governor jeb bush. >> you learn this by doing it. >> we're going to win with trump.
and lost the vote was aggressive. >> let me talk. quiet. >> but trump deporting every undocumented immigrants was slammed by governor john kasich. >> i can't imagine how we would begin to think about taking a mom or a dad out of a house when they have not committed a crime since they've been here leaving their children in the house? i mean, that is not in my opinion the kind of values we believe in. >> ted cruz grabbed the trump hard line and the trump solution. >> in short, we're going to build a wall, we're going to triple the border patrol, we're going to increase and actually since donald enjoyed that, i will simply say i've got somebody in mind to build it. >> what's first in trump's mind is a big win tuesday. his first. rubio's dream. grabbing number two. for the other five, the dream is moving up to take on trump which means pushing rubio out of f the way. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news,
>> you saw a bit of it there. new jersey governor chris dris and rubio exchanging jabs several times throughout the debate. christie accused him of -- >> they've been downgraded nine times in their rating. this country has a debt problem. we don't need to elect someone who has experience running up the credit rating of the state. >> i want the people at home to think about this. that's what washington, d.c. does. the drive-by with incorrect and incomplete information and the memorized speech that is exactly what his advisers gave him. >> the last nbc news poll, rubet was in second place behind trump in new hampshire with 17%. christie in last with 4%. on the democratic side, hillary clinton took her struggling new hampshire campaign door to door. she's trailing by double digits in the polls there to bernie sanders. the former secretary of state
former secretary of state. madeleine albright. clinton talked about what sets her apart from sanders and what they have in common. >> it's interesting to me that senator sanders and i share many of the same goals. we know we've got to get the economy working for everybody. >> we are going to te on the billionaire class and make a political revolution. thank you all. >> the latest real clear politics average of recent polls ves sanders an almost 17% point advantage over clinton in new hampshire. our own brian thompson is headed to new hampshire for the primaries. you can watch his reports begin tomorrow night on nbc 4. bernie sanders, hillary clinton and donald trump will jo chuck todold on "meet the press" this mornin and you can catch that on news 4 at 10:30 following the 10:00 a.m. edition of "today in new york." a group of high school
is also in ew hampshire f the primary. more than 100 mamaroneck high school students traveled there yesterday. they will s dow journalists covering that critical primary on tuesday. still to come on "today in new york," on this super bowl sunday, countdown to kickoff as excitement build. we're going to show you how to whip up super bowl snacks that wilwll have your guests cheering. plus, how would youilike to find your car inethis parking lot? what led to this soggy situation? that's coming up. lo>>w we've got a snowy situation coming up over the next few days starting late tonight into tomorrow morning. what does that mea lin for your monday morning commute? we'll let you know in the forecast. [ male announcer ] ten years after you quit smoking your risk of dying from lung cancer
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there she is. she's getting lost in the translation with the barges and the cranes out yo there. the tappan zee bridge, always lovely even on a chilly sunday morning. it is 35 degrees. raphael says it's going to change things are changing, gus. >> such a lovely situation. >> that doesn't look so pretty. >> winterfest in wisconsin turned into a soggy mess for drivers. what are we looking at there? emergency crews still trying to remove the 2,000 cara that partially submerged in lake geneva. the cars are parked on a frozen lake as an overflow lot for the festival but then the ice melted. no one was in the vehicles at the time and no one was hurt. no word on the extent of the
you know that's not good. so worried about the extent of damages to marriages. you know there were couples that went out there and one said i don't think we should do this. >> it will be fine, barbara. they know what theg re doing. >> i parked on an ice pond and stayed there a little too long and it melted. >> we're going to be seeing ice and snow and a bit of everything going forward. >> we've got a winter medley of weather coming our way. a nice mix. starting with snow. maybe rain as well. temperatures take a nosedive by the end of the week. some of that icy weather that they've seen in the midwest, we could see that as well. it is dry right now. 35 degrees. we're above freezing and lots of sunshine. a beautiful start to your sunday. temperatures will respond very nicely to that sun, especially by the afternoon. taking a look at your weather yheadlines, milder. it gets colder tomorrow starting for the workweek. this is our last mild day to enjoy temperatures well above average.
that's in the seven-day forecast. but not a w le lot. there's the catch there. you can see snowball forecast monday, tuesday and wednesday. light amounts. this is a total for the three days. no blockbuster snow here. generally 1 to 3 inches. the snow will be mostly light. the eggs exception 3 to 6 in places like nassau and suffolk county. if any changes to the track changes for the storm or the intensity, these could be bumped up or down. dependrming how it goes. we'll keep a close eye on this. snow more of a nuisance, not too major impact but it will impact your commute. high pressure still in control. tracking our first coastal low moving up the coast. this is a powerful one. it's going to be a strong storm. it looks like the track remains far enough out o sea. partly because it won't team up with the upper level trough that's sweeping across the great lakes. they're going to miss each other. they're not really going to connect. one low just grazes us as it
then the other low sweeps in and another low will form just offshore. that's going to bring another chance for snow on tuesday and maybe into wednesday. temperatures in the teens and 20s across westchester unty. it's cold in armonk, 20 for you. 19 in sloatsburg. bundle up for your sunday morning. heno's a look at future tracker. 1:00 today. >> mostly sunny. of the clouds filter that sunshine by the afternoon. dinner plans, maybe going to super bowl parties, you're fine there. by tomorrow morning, 7:00, 8:00 for your commute, snow showers. nassau, suffolk counties, maybe even new york city down the jersey shore. little bit of a wintry mix possible with rain and snow. could be slippery for the commute. mainly dry north and west of down. in warwick and andover, no problem for you. snow showers on and off into the early afternoon. that trend continues in the evening. a little white in spots, slippery. no heavy snow expected. maybe banding going on for nassau and suffolk counties.
accumulations bumping up. near 50 in some spots. nombign of winter in ramsey. 48. that's a high temperature. 45 in larchmont. don't get used to it. temperatures heading down the next few days. 38 for a high tomorrow. more snow showers tuesday and wednesday. and then temperatures dropping sharply thursday, friday and yeah, bitter cold by next weekend. you nt to stay up to date with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the news 4 logo in the corner and scroll down and select the weather tab. "news 4 new york" app for iphone is available in the app store right now. back to you. raphael, thank you. over 900 sauna enthusiasts took part in the marathon where the main goal was to visit as many esaunasans possible in the least amount of time. they came from far away as greece and the u.s. headed a team headed by the british ambassador to estonia.
soaking wet. if you're interested in a more traditional sporting event, the bronx and the panthers kick off tonight. tickets are still available if you have a few bucks to spare. according to stub hub, the cheapest ticket available for the game will run you $2800. if that seems steep, remember that you're saving money. the average ticket price for super bowl 50 is nearly $5,000. and if average just won't do for you, the most expensive ticket that we found offered this morning was $150,000. that price includes access to a suite and unlimited food and drink and hopefully time spent with cam newton and peyton manning. gus? >> we have a little bit of unlimited food here. it's not going to cost you $150,000. whatever team you're pulling for, there is something you can
keith dell louise is here and -- what a wonderful breakfast you've biought to our studio i n't ask who you're rooting for. that will be the last question i'm asking you. say they're organizing a party and co-host a w kend morning show and are looking at recipes at the desk right now. what can they do this morning? what are good things to pick up? >> you can get some wings from the market and you can bak them. take probabl an hour to bake thechl. get a little seasoning on them. put them in the oven, 350. done in an hour. >> you told me you were up at 2:00 making this for us?ev>> 2:00 in the morning. everyone likes finger food for the super bowl. >> absolutely. >> we have porch lighters from pool porch lighters. i started with a pork shoulder here. this is about 3.5 pound. we used seasoning and liquid smoke and water. i put that in a pan, oven at 225.
>> black pepper and salt seasoning. >> pretty basic. >> you keep that in the oven how long? >> for about five hours. >> you got to get working on this by lunchtime if you're serving this. >> comes out. it's a set and forget deal? >> set and forget. >> what it comes down, it's usually 190 to 200 degrees. >> let it sit for a little bit. >> you want to pull it after iy cools down for a little bit. >> when you say pull it, do you take it with your hands and pull it? >> pull it with your hands. >>is what's the barbecue sauce. >> texas roadhouse barbecue sauce. best on the market. >> mix it up like that. hands-on. >> a mixing bowl, mix it up. we have fresh baked bread at the restaurant, if you're going out today, get some slider bread or rolls. >> if you look at the rolls here, there's something on them. co ed with -- this is butter i'm guessing.
>> next to this, it looks like potato chips but it's not. this is fried pickles. >> what goes into that? >> deep fryer and -- >> actually, everything deep fried is great. >> agreed, yeah. >> we have our seasoned flour. it's basically flour, black pepper, salt, a little cayenne and a little chili powder. we take the pickles and put them in the flour. >> this is pretty easy. kids could do th. you could get pickles pre-sliced these days. >> you can do a whole pickle. but i like the chips. >> put the whole pickle. >> you shake them up there. >> shake them up. >> this is something you can do more at the last minute. >> you take them, then you got to preset your fryer at 350. >> if someone doesn't have a fryer at home, what can they use? >> just a pot with a little oil
>> once they start floating, they're rea ddy to go. >> guys, what do you think for the game tonight? i'm going to be a political here. >> i live in colorado for a little while. i'm going for denver. i'm going for peyton's last game. >> it would be a great way -- >> going denver also. >> you're going for the man. >> appreciate this. a pleasure. time is 7:22. back to pat. >> thank you, gus. police in connecticut are urging football fans to appoint a designated driver for starting their super bowl parity plans. state troopers are stepping up patrols and sobriety checkpoints. they arrested 12 people for du imt and issued more than 400 tickets. get your driver now. still to come on "today in new york" on this sunday morning, a world war ii veteran shares his harrowing account of service and how ev it shaped his outlook on life. it's a wonderful story. stay tuned to hear it. you're watching "today in new
well, news 4 is, of course, celebrating black history month. today we want to tell you about a man on staten island who has seen a lot of history himself. >> his story is captivating and terrifying. here's news 4's john chandler. >> william morris finds his world war ii gear almost in the same shape as he left it. even the gas mask still fits. >> how does it feel? >> terrible.
terribles,s how this 97-year-old sergeant from staten island remembers feeling approaching normandy on d-day. >> the water came up to here and stopped and the water was blood red. said to myself, wow, and that's where we're heading. >> he proudly served in the all-black 369th infantry. the harlem hell fighters. he cyd its his survival to a tiny dog named trixie who wouldn't leave his side. >> an angel from heaven. >> trixie went everywhere with william, the devoted dog even wounded by shrapnel. >> the soldiers were just inconsolable inconsolable. they were so upset. >> to delores, his story felt like a page turner. so she turned it into one. writing a book. >> william and trixie returned to staten island and the other
they've been married 73 years. >> i tried every way i could to get rid of her, but she's not going anyplace. >> he keeps busy proudly sharing his story with schools and he shares with us the secret for staying so sharp. >> they always tell me, have greens and vegetables. i said they look pretty. give me another hershey bar. >> that's an order. jo chandler. >> such a terrific story. blessings to him. >> and a beautiful marriage. >> r we can all learn something from him. up next at 7:30, the latest on the top stories, including this. >> reporter: the cleanup under way after a deadly crane collapse in tribeca. i'm ray villeda. i'll tell you what's going on here and how the victim is being remembered. and snow is on the way starting late tonight into early tomorrow. how long will it l t and how much will we see this time around?
brooklyn bridg on a chilly sunday morning. 35 degrees. welcome back to "today in new york." so glad you can join us. i'm pat battle. >> i'm gus rosendale. clear skies as you head out the door. changes are brewing. raphael miranda has more from the storm team weather center. >> this is the calm before the storm. several storms on the way the next few days.
here's a look at live radar. it shows a beautiful picture. sunshine from the hamptons, norwalk, fairfield county, looking great this morning. have cold temperatures but the sunshine is going to boost the temps into the 40s later on today. you can see in the day planner, in the 30s r ht now. back to the 40s by lunchtime. mostly sunny skies through the morning into the early afternoon and today's high temperature a delightful 46 degrees. that is above average. keeping it dry through 6:00 tonight. but then the clouds start to build and more cloudiness overnight. by tomorrow morning, we're seeing rain and snow showers, especially along the coast. that could affect your monday morning commute. more on the storm and the snow coming our way in your full forecast in just a few. pat and gus, over to you. >> rave, thank you. the crane may be gone but cleanup continues. >> ray villeda joins us from tribeca with what's happening down there today. good morning, ray. >> reporter: good morning, pat and gus. as you mentioned, that crane is gone but the streets where the
bld ocked off at this hour. take a look as to why. you can see crews are still out here. thamey're working on repaving that part of the street where the collapse unfolded. they're looking to see what other damage is leftover as a result of that crane collapse. david wichs will be remembered as loved ones say one last goodbye. his funeral services take place later this morning. the harvard grad was walking to work friday m anorning when the crane tumbled to the ground crushing him. meanwhile, here in tribeca, the massive crane was hauled o yesterday. it was cut into 35 pieces. city leaders are looking to see if the street needs any repaving. now, investigators search for answers why the crane collapsed in the f st place. the wind that day being looked into as a possible factor. >> the movement recording computer as part of the crane itself has been removed for further investigation as to what
expect that that will contribute sigficantly to the investigation. >> reporter: today the mayor will talk about crane safety. what's being done in the city to prevent something like this from ever happening again. i should also mention, the funeral is scheduled for 11:00 hotoday at his upper east side synagogue. live in tribeca this morning, ray villeda, "today in new york." an alert in the bronx this morning. police looking for a man who followed, robbed and raped a woman in fordham. he followed the victim into her apartment building and beat and robbed her in the elevator. he took her to a stairwell ands sexually assaulted her. neighbors are afraid to walk around that area alone. >> the thought of someone following an individual, particularly, is really sickening. >> scary. it's really scary. i never thought this could happen in this neighborhood. >> the woman went to the hospital for treatment and at this point police do not have a good description of the
the president of a fraternity at cornell university is accused of tryin- to rape a student. 21-year-old wolfgang ballinger tried to rape a woman at the sy epsilon house. he may have ties to this area. in a video posted to youtube, he identifies himself as the son of webster hall down in east village. sy upsilon released a statement saying our chapter is cooperating with the investigation into this matter and any members involved will be held accountable. police are investigating another slashing on a new york city subway. the 11th this year. it happened at east tremont and boston post road section. the 32-year-old victim got into argument with two other men and he was slashed across the cheek. no arrests have been made. the faa looking into how a helicopter tipped over in new jersey. you can see it there. the chopper crashed while doing practice landings at the airport yesterday.
time and at least one was hurt. a teenager in queens is in custody accused of beating his father to death. this happened outside a home on utopia parkway in flushing on friday night. 19-year-old demetrius and his brother had been drinking when they got into a fight. the 57-year-old father tried to break it up using a staring wheel lock. team truss wrestled the club away from his father and beat him to death with it. governor cuomo is taking steps to stop therapists from trying to changethe sexual orientation of minors. the governor spoke out against what's called gay conversion therapy while accepting the nation beal equality award yesterday. new york is one of several states acting against the therapy. it would ban insurance coverage for that kind of therapy for minors. >> that's why today we rejected
that being gay is a psychiatric disorder. >> on the other side, supporters of the therapy say prohibiting it limits treatment options and undermines religious liberty. an investigation is under way after possible groundwater contamination was discovered under indian point nuclear power plant in westchester county. the governor says water that was groundwater. they say it's contained and no risk to the public. in a statement, governor cuomo called it unacceptable and he's ordering the environ al conservation and health departments to investigate. and today the united nations security council will hold an emergency meeting over north korea's launch of a long-range rocket. north korea's government tv says the rocket was carrying a satellite. the u.n. barred that country from using ballistic missile technology, but north korea says it has a right to pursue a space program. rescues continue at this hour following an earthquake in taiwan. more than 100 people are trapped
following that earthquake there. the 6.4 magnitude quake killed at least 24 people in the southern part of that country last night. the government says most of the deaths were from a 17-story building collapse. rescuers working around the clock to pull out survivors and so far crews brought over 170 people to safety. more than 500 people across the city were hurt in saturday's quake. five skiers are now dead and two others injured after they were hit by a massive avalanche in the australian alps. authorities say the skiers were from the czech republic. they got trapped under 9 feet of snow when it just gave way. crews were able to rescue ten other skiers who weren't hurt. authorities say they issued earlier warnings to skiers that avalanches were possible in that area. still ahead on this sunday morning, storm team 4's raphael miranda returning with a check of the forecast. a lot brewing there in the storm team 4 weather center, including a snowstorm. you're watching "today in new york."
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>> good morning pat, gus. good to see yo >> coming up, a wild night at the republican presidential debate. the insults flying. we'll have all the highlights. onnc the denocratic side, we'll show you bernie sanders' appearance on "saturday night live" last night. we're live in new hampshire with the latest from both sides. also ahead, the day football fans have been waiting for. super bowl 50 kicking off in less than 12 hours now. the panthers, the broncos, who will come out on top? dylan dreyer live at levi's stadium this morning. and cue the cuteness. we'll have ten puppies ready to rough it out on the turf for our own version of the puppy bowl. there's more when we get started on a sunday morning. a number of the puplles have been picked up by our staff members here. trying to adopt them. we've had to explain to the folks onhe floor they're just here to play, not up for adoption. >> sounds like an issue for security. >> he's taking one home. >> never mind then.
>> yea. all right. >> a line out the door. >> thank you, folks. see you in a little bit. raphi is here. we have business to deal with. >> we sure do. >> is it snowstorms, plural? >> three storms affecting us. the first one tonight into tomorrow morning. an active weather pattern starting in time for the monday morning commute. it's quiet right now. you have the whole day to prepare for it. temperatures in the mid-30s. it's pleasantly cool. not too bad in the city but colder spots north and west of town. you can see more melting that's going to happen around the city later on today with temperatures well into the 40s. take a look at the weather headlines. nice and milder today. temperatures surging into the mid-40s. don't get used to the 40s. we'll see 30s and eventually 20s by the end of the seven-day forecast. as high temperatures. yeah, snow in the forecast for days. several days of unsettled weather. it's not going to add up to a whole lot.
we're forecasting right now. tomorrow through wednesday much that's three days of snow. the totals, not that impressive. that's because we'll be mainly glanced by each storm. the first storm will be the strongest, but not close enough to give us heavy accumulations. generally 1 to 3 inches over three days in new york city. impacts won't be as great as they were with past snowstorms. but 3 to 6 a possibility for nassau and suffolk county. most of that may fall tomorrow morning into afternoon the afternoon. a live look at storm tracker. sunny skies from westchester county to northeast new jersey. looking fantastic here. there's our storm brewing off to the south. this is our first low. it's going to ride up the coast later on today. here's an upper trough that will try to team up with this. it's not going to make it, though. it's not going to pull this storm thlo er to the coast. what's going to happen, our first low will head out to saef giving us a glancing blow tonight into tomorrow morning. eventually, the energy works across the great lakes into the
low to spin up tuesday. maybe even into wednes y. that will .e our next chance for snow. again, not looking too impressive in terms of the amounts. the cold is impressive. in the 20s in hillsborough. 22 in toms river. looking at temperatures in the 20s in the hudson valley. dry in the afternoon. this is 1:00. maybe doing grocery shopp g for a party tonight. 7:00 tonight. also as you make your way around town to the parties, no rain or snow. it "n's not until tomorrow morning we start to see the rain creep in around nassau suffolk county, locations. snow showers morning into the early a ernoon that could affect the evening commute. i say light through 5:00 p.m. it lingers for a couple days there. showers. temperatures in the mid-30s. a few flakes possible on wednesday and much colder on thursay. friday and into next weekend. you want to stay up to date with
with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the logo in the corner and scroll down and select the weather tab. use our interactive radar and learn how to submit your own weather video. it's available in the app store right now. gus, over to you. there you go. an incredible fireworks display lit up tn, hudson river. it was all to ring in the chinese lunar new year. and on the streets of midtown, dancing dragons and dancing lions took over madison avenue for a lunar day parade. the year of the monkey begins on monday. pat? >> but gus, we're celebrate ing the year of the monkey in studio 3c. jeff and amy from new york join us with tasty ways to ring in the lunar new year. >> thank you for coming in this morning. we're so excited about the new year.
traditions but it's evolved into cultural traditions with food and the menu for the next 15 dak.ys of the chinese new year, very specific to the new year. >> absolutely. we've been running a special menu for chinese new year for years. it's exciting. we get people that are excited to try the new menu. we have items on the a la carte menu year round and items special to this menu only. it's truly a special time to come in. >> what is chef working on today? it looks like a peking duck. >> this is one much our dishes we're known for. it is peking duck. it you can get it any time. it is the breast of the duck, crispy skin. it's delicious. >> it sounds delicious. >> t behere are some items on the menu that are only going to be there for the new year, right? this is one of them. >> this is our beef with pine nut and golden cuts. it's a very special dish, sort of a delicacy. we only have it for the menu
even though it's on monday, you le can still come in and have the men eye awe bit longer than that. it is special to the menu. >> chinese new year is every 12 years. we are celebrating the year of the monkey. you're intelligent but mischievous, clever. also a special number associated with that. becat'e it's the ninth year. there are nine ingredients in your cocktail. >> nine ingredients and also the monkey is the ninth zodiac. it's fun to to a twist. it has rum, banana liqueur. monkey. >> it goes well with the food. >> i bet it does. >> you're staing off obviously the new year starts with a dance of the drag i don't know, ends with the festival of lights. you have a dance of the dragon too? >> to celebrate. the dragon blesses the kitchen,
year. anyone who comes in will get a golden coin with a monkey logo onon it. that gives them prosperity for the new year as well. >> do you get to keep the little monkey. >> you get to keep the monkey and the menu. one of the things you have to leave in the restaurant with the wishing risch on. every guest that comes in. whether dining or having a drink in the bar, you're given a wishing ribbon. we hang it in the cage in our restaurant. the idea is that when the wind blows, it blows your wis into the new year. >> that's lovely. >> have you made one yet? >> i was going to make one here wia th you. >> i'm going to wish for peace on earth. >> beget e we get a lot of those. >>. if you want to write it down, we will bring it back and hang it in the restaurant for you. >> he's laid out the duck. >> that looks delicious. >> this is the duck and he's mixing the ingredients for one of our dumpling.
he's making the green dumb mg in the middle. we're known for this. but it's also on the chinese new year menu. >> wolf berry did you call it? >> also known as goej i berry. >> that's more my speed. >> l's make your wishes. chef, wish us a happy new year in chinese,velease. >> spoking foreign language ]. >> thank you amy. it goes through the 22nd. come and join us. we'd love to have you. happy new year. >> happy new year. gus? happy new year for sure. coming up, bernie sanders takes on "saturday night live." the candidate's cameo alongside
presidential candidate bernie sanders took a break from the campaign trail. leaving 30 rock a crowd of supporters waiting for him. sanders appeared on snl alongside larry david. they met in a titanicesque skit talking about who shut our get on the -- should get on the sinking lifeboats. >> we need to unite and work together if we're all going to get through this. >> sounds like socialism to me.
>> what's the difference? >> huge difference. >> huge? >> huge. >> huge with a y, hey? >> who are you? >> i'm bernie sanders whit ski. but w re going to change it when we get to america so it doesn't sound quite so jewish. >> yeah. that will trick 'em. >> the boat eventually makes it safely to liberty island if you're keeping sure. >> coming up when "today in new yo t" returns, how you can own a piece of one of new york's most famous hotels.
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turns out that you can own a piece of the plaza hotel. >> who wouldn't want a piece of that? the hotel is selling jewelry crafted from the massive back rat crystal chandeliers that once hung inside there. they date back to the 1920s. they're earrings and necklaces anosd will sell for 150 bucks apiece, gus. >> who was the little girl who an lived t ere in the stories? >> i'm blanking. i want to say madeline. >> he will eloise. >> yes, yes. >> or a girl on valentine's day, gus. >> is that what you want? >> no.
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we'll have an update on the recovery effort in tribeca. >> how tough is it to take property from an elderly woman? >> let me talk. quiet. a lot of times -- a lot of times -- >> plus, republicans not holding back in the final showdown before voters head to the polls. >> north korea claims it launched a long-rangi missile. good morning. welcome to "today in new york" on this sunday morning. so glad you could join us, i'm pat battle. >> i'm gus rosendale. this is going to be a busy weather week. let's get the latest from raphael miranda in the storm team 4 weather center. this is going to be busy for you. >> thankfully it's nice and quiet now. we have to get there before things turn active tonight and days of active, unsettled weather which could mean snoe for some of us. high pressure still in control on this sunday morning. a beautifully sunny start. it is chilly. temperatures around fre ing in middle village.
35 city island. looking at temperatures in the 20s across long island. colder spots include the hamptons. 15 degrees. you need to layer it up. 19 in monticjulo. 28 down the shore in long branch. as you plan your day, chilly and sunny right now. 35. we're losing those layers by the afternoon. back to the 40s by lunchtime. today's high temperature a pleasant 46 degrees. again, this is the calm before the storms that are coming our way. we'll talk about snow chances coming up in the seven-day forecast in a few. pat and gus, over to you. >>ur thank you. a transit alert on the gwb. on overturned truck blocking two lanes of traffic on the upper portion, new jersey bound. no injuries, but some sort of mechanical issue caused this truck hauling fish to flip over. it hasn't lost its load but it is blocking two lanes of traffic. your best bet, takehthe lower le l. >> uh-huh. or the tunnel. crews overnight hauling away the last piece of a massive
>> the cleanup continues downtown from the mess that the itaccident left behind. ray villeda joins us now withl the latest. ray? >> reporter: good morning, pat d gus. as you mentione d, the cleanup is under way here. that crane is gone, but you can buhear the sound in the air. that's them repaving and whrking on this street. the aftermath, rather, of that crane collapse much the deadly collapse which killed a man friday morning. today, 38-year-old david wichs will be remembered as loved ones say one last good-bye. his funeral services later this morning. thnee harvard grad was walking to work friday morning when the crane tumbled to the ground crushing him. here in tribeca, the massive crane was hauled off yesterday after being cut into 35 pieces. city leaders looking to see if the streets need any repaving. investigators are searching for answers why the crane collapsed in the first place. the wind that day is being looked into as a possible factor. very sad.
it's just incredible. >> reporter: later today, the mayor will talk about crane safety, what's being done to happening again. the funeral services are later this morning at his synagogue on the upper east side at 11:00. new york." new information about a traffic stop that sent a new hospital. multiple charges in connection with that stop. investigates tors tofelling us that people were reported sleeping in a car in dover. when officers approached, the driver drove over the sidewalk and hit the officer. that officer was taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. the two were arrested on scene and that investigation is considered ongoing. we're also following developments of three deadly fires in bronx. flames tore through a home on east 228th street.
yesterday afternoon. investigators believe the man died from a medical condition prior to the fire. there were two other fes earlier yesterday morning. they were only blocks apart. one on guion avenue in parkchester and one on beach avenue. cel,ll phone video came into the newsroom. you can see the flames shooting from that home. this is the one on beach avenue. firefighters are sifting through the debris left behind to termine what started it. at least five people were inside that home. but 64-year-old claudia brittany didn't make it. she died on the way to the hospital. 'cit. that's when i got up and looked out the window. out. i hear people screaming and screaming. >> and now to the fire in the parkchester section of the bronx. that's where firefighters found carlosville feign. he was on the second floor of that burning home. was p nounced dea s at the scene. the cause of the fire, too, is under investigation. now decision 2016. republican presidential ca idates f ied off for the
hampshire primary. >> donald trump who accused ted cruz of stealing the iowa election seemed to take it easy him last night. trump didn't comment on the iowa election controversy until his closinstatstent and he quickly told cruz, "you've got ben carson's votes, by the way, but we won't say it" but he said it. there were no fireworks between the two. but trump had a sparring session with jeb bush over the issue of eminent domain. >> wants to be a tough guy. a lot of times you'll have -- it doesn't work well. >> how tough is it to take the property in an elderly woman. >> let me talk. quiet. a lot of times, a lot of times -- that's all of his donors and special interests out there. >> bush accused trump of using eminent domain in his attempt to take the property of an elderly woman in atlantic city. that was a story we covered for years here on nbc 4. trump denied that and insisted
absolute necessity for the country. meaabime, new jersey governor chris christie and senator marco rubio exchanging jabs several times throughout the debate. christie accused him of not knowing what it's like to help a state through a disaster. rubio criticized how christie hand the snowstorm. >> they had to shame you into going back to your state. you stayed there for 36 hours and left to come back and campaign. >> the shame, marco, that you would criticize somebody for showing up to work, plowing the streets, getting the trains run back on time when you've never been responsible for that in up ur entire life. >> you didn't want to go back. >> the fact is, i went back, it got done. >> so wait a second. is now one. skills you get as a united states senator esp also? >> theelast nbc news poll, rubio was in second place behind trump in new hampshire with 17%.
on the democratic side, hillary clinton took her struggling new hampshire campaign door to door. she's trailing by double digits the polls to bernie sanders. the former secretary of state albright. clinton talks about what sets her apart from bernie sanders and what they have in common. >> you know, it's so interesting to me, senator sanders and i share many of the same goals. we know we've got to get the economy working for everybody. >> we are going to take on the billionaire class and make a political revolution. thank you all. >> the latest real clear politics average of r tient polls gives sanders a 17% lead over clinton in new hampshire. and our very own brian thompson is headed to new hampshire for tuesday's primary. you can look for his reports beginning tomorrow night here on nbc 4. chuck todd also in new hampshire. candidates bernie sanders,
will join him on "meet the press" this morning. you can catch chuck's show after the 10:00 a.m. edition of "today in new york." a group of high school students from ws chester county is in new hampshire for the primary. more than 100 mamaroneck high school students traveled there yesterday. they're going to shadow several campaigns, democrats and republicans. they'll shadow journalists also covering the primary. there will be an emergency meeting over north korea's launch of a hong range rocket. north korea's said it was carrying a satellite. south korea, japan and the united states called for the closed door session. they're calling that launch a violation of united nations security resolutions. the u.n. barred north korea from using ballistic missile technology. at least 24 people died in the 6.4 magnitude quake in southern taiwan on saturday.
believed to be trapped under a building that collapsed. they're trying to reach possible suxervivors. of the building along with several others collapsed when that quake hit. coming up after the break, it is super bowl sunday. john chandler will join us with a preview of the big game. us how much will the li t minute tickets call you if you want to jet set out west. >> while the republicans faced off, senator brns faced his alter ego on snl. we have a mild sunday ahead. temperatures in the 40s later on to iday. but then several days of snow coming down the pike. we'll look at the seven-day
a beautiful day taking shape. i'll let raphi tell you about the days ahead. >> why do i have to give the bad news, gus? >> reality check. winter . we're going to have quite a week, aren't we? >> first the snow and then major cold coming our way. make us enjoy today even more. 40s and sunshine. >> what's happening? it's lik 40 today. snow tomedorrow. >> winter. it's been a winter. we're going to feel a dose of winter starting tonight with snow by tomorrow morning. then, yeah, the cold. some of co theeost intense koefltd nter so far coming our way later on this week into early next weekend. 35 degrees outside. nothing major about the cold. it's chilly but pleasant. you can deal with it.
you can see in the wea ier headlines, the workweek starts colder. by tomorrow, the temperatures in thus30s.-a breezy, windchills in the 20s. snow for days. days. snow in the forecast. the accumulation is not what you expected when we see snow day pretty light. our first call for snow tomorrow you ca see generally 1 to 3 inches for new york city and areas west, north into westchester county. putnam county, sullivan, ulster, dutchess county. maybe more than that in some spots. nassau and suffolk counties, closer to the storm. another storm moving through tuesday and maybe even into wednesday. nothing major about the snow but it could impact several commutes. starting tomorrow morning. you can see on storm tracker, high pressure with us for today. lots of sun. the storm is not far away. this is our storm across the southeast. our first coastal low moving up the coast as the day goes on. there's another upper trough moving through the upper midwest
up. if they did, this could be a major nor'easter for us. since they're not, this is moving too fast. this will mainly stay out to sea before the next area of energy arrives. it's not going to pull it back to the coast as it could. it's going to be april glancing blow for places like long island and the jersey shore. the next low will track across the great lakes tomorrow into tuesday. then another low forms along with that energy. we're going o track that as well. temperatures in the 20s across eastern long island. 24 hampton bays. 32 iy orient. 26 in wading river. cold s pots in danbury and monticello. 19 and 20 for you. 28 down the shore in lonbranch branch. 1:00 today, watching the clouds moving in fromth south. keep it dry. 7:00 p.m., mostly clear skies. the clouds f wtering in. the early commute, maybe rain showers along the coast and then
8:00. snow showers for nass , suffolk counties, maybe the jersey shore. give yourself extra time for that commute. there may even be school delays depending how heavy the snow is. snow showers continue into the early afternoon. even into evening. another round of snow showers around 5:00, 6:00. shy and messy with temperatures in the 30s. then the snow showers do linger into your tuesday. again, seven-day forecast shows snow tomorrow, tuesday and wednesday. not heavy. but enough to give several inches of accumulation there. mid-30s thr coughout the next few days. that's cold. it gets sharply colder into the weekend. thursday, friday and saturday. and those winds will be howling as wel we're talking about windchills li below zero at times heading into next weekend. get ready for that. you can stay up to date with the app. you can scroll down and of course, you want to select the weather tab. you can see the latest forecast. use our interactive radar which
how to submit your own weather video. the app is available in the app store now. pat and gus, over to you. >> rave, thank you. the wait is almost over for football fans. >> we have a preview of the big me and local scores in your sunday sports. >> good morning everybody. a few things in sports are excruciating than the wait for n!the super bowl. all that's left is kickoff for super bowl 50. in the bay area on saturday. levi's stadium undergoing final preparations while they held the final wal throughs on the field. ron rivera summed up saturday by saying the hay is in the barn, let's close the door and get ready to go. i agree. panthers quarterback cam newton, won league mvp on saturday night to no one's surprise. newton received 48 of 50 votes. tom brady and carson palmer each got one. brett favre is at the head of pro football hall of fame's class.
for a year joined by seven others. former colts and buccaneers coach tony dungy, wide receiver marvin harrison, tackle orlando pace, linebacker kevin green and former 49ers owner eddie debartolo jr. and quarterback kenny snake stabler and guard dick stand fel. knicks had the night off. carmelo anthony's status in the air. >> they couldn't make it back-to-back to wins. down by 2 in the fourth. check out this follow by jeremy grant. the younger brother of knick's brother jeramie grant. 30 seconds to go. brooklyn opened with 11 turnovers in minutes. naturally a turnover leads to their demise. the sixers sealed their win a stuff at the end. nets fall 103-98.
straight the second time since november. they lost captain ryan mcdonagh to a sucker punch and possible concussion. it got you go i in hurry in philly. wayne simmond shoulders him into the bench. payback for an earlier cross check. then he lands a left cross on the unsuspecting captain. he knocked out mcdonagh with a possible head injury. rangers called it a cheap shot. ranger trailed. they had the extra skater on. good choice. he launches a rocket of a one-timer to tie it with 12.9 seconds left in regulation. overtime solved nothing. we head to a shootout and derek step an lift the rangers to a 3-2 win. devils fall to the capitals and the islanders blown out. seton hall looking like a tourney team hosting georgetown at the rock. delgado.
it's a two-point game when isaiah whitehead tees up a three. he had 16. delgado 19 points, 13 rebounds. fourth straight double double and seton halim proves to 17-6 with a 69-61 win. st. john's and rutgers both on the loses end on the hardwood. oklahoma and number two north carolina upset on the road. enjoy the rest of your super bowl sunday everybody. for "today in new york," i'm john chandler. the broncos and the panthers kick off the game tonight and there's still tickets available if you're thinking about a last minute jet set to the west coast. of the cheapest ticket runs $2800. if that seems pricey, remember you're savin money. because the average ticket price for a super bowl 50, which is a big one, 5-0, nearly five grand. okay. if average won't do you, the most expensive ticket we found offered this morning was $150,000, gus. uh-huh.
suite, access. >> access. >> unlimited food and drink for the duration of the game. >> in other words, you have partial use of a bathroom and all the hot dogs you can eat. t republican presidential hopefuls duked it out and bernie sanders was here at 30 rock. >> yes he was appearing in a skit alongside larry david and later helped him introduce the musical guest. bernie, how are things going in new hampshire? >> okay. >> just okay? well, it's pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good. >> that's great, bernie. and now, ladies and gentlemen, the 1975 -- >> that's an exciting show. even though david had been telling viewers they didn't have to watch. >> yes they did. >> reverse psychology.
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>> i will. thank you. how are you doing? >> celebrate one more thing, i guess. >> we have to. monkeys and super bowl. i'm sorry. the lunar new year and valentine's day. there's so much love on this table, i can't stand it. >> valentine's day is a week from today. i can't believe it. action-packed month. i want people to get some stuff ready early. none of that last minute stuff, guys. i called my friends, the experts at 1-800-flowers. i wanted to know what i was talking about. i they sent us beautiful flowers to give us examples. >> over like a million doorbells arrne like ding donged on that day for deliveries. vahtlentine's day is on a sunday this year. you might want to think about ordering the flowers like early. today, maybe. >> good point. >> they take two days to open. think about the weather as we're worried about here. it would be nic to surprise someone yo love at work and
i know everyone works here own a sunday. maybe a friday delivery and doing the other fun ideas photographer the weekend to spread the love. >> i like that idea. >> christmas comes in october, why not valentine's day at least a week. >> week ahead of time. >> that's my number one tip for val dines day. not left with egg -- >> and stuff on your face. >> uh-huh. >> what do you have to spread the love? >> another thing you can do, which i love, my friend made this up for me. she makes wonderful labels to put over wine. if it's your first year married or a couple getting married. love potion no. 9. you can still do it now or do it yourself. it's a ther way witcout ending a fortune on showing solomeone you love and a good hostess gift.
easy playing cards. >> the rose petals afterwards, you could frame a few and do a couple of fun thingsve with them. kind of keep a remembrance like our love is here to stay, pat battle. >> oh. i bought, sold and delived. another easy thing to do on the weekend is a quick thing. it's easy. you go into the holiday binge, you gather them up and dayer them and put the food on it. you make fun things, stud muffins muffins. how cute is that. >> heart shaped things. >> my favorite f anyone wanou to send me anything. is fannie may mrat aways in the heart box. r another easy fun, quick thing for somebody to do. popcorn hearts as well. the popcorn factory sent those to me. so easy and cute. >> valentine's day cards. don't forget to mail a valentine's day card. wey get so -- stop poking me on facebook.
do what you haves,o do. if you've got time to decoraten e couple of quick things. >> oh, my gosh, stream those around the house. >> so grean. >> for the whole family. >> it's not just about couples. it's about love. >> all kinds of love. >> all kinds of love. >> where is the love thank you, francesco. love you. love everyone at home too. we're coming right back.