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you gotta go and get angry at all of my honesty you know i try but i don't do too well with apologies i hope i don't run out of time could someone call a referee i just need one more shot at forgiveness i know you know that i made those mistakes maybe once or twice and by once or twice i mean maybe a couple of hundred times so let me oh let me redeem oh redeem oh myself tonight i just need one more shot at is it too late now to say sorry cause i'm missing more than just your body oh is it too late now to say sorry yeah i know that i
say i'm sorry now i'm sorry, yeah so sorry sorry yeah, i know that i let you down is it too late to say i'm sorry now i'll take every single piece of the blame if you want me to but you know that there is no innocent one in this game for two but i'll go, i'll go and then you go you go out and spill the truth can we both say the words and forget this yeah is it too late now to say sorry 'cause i'm missing more than just your body oh is it too late now to say sorry yeah, i know that i let you down
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sorry now [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: you just experienced a game-changing t-mobile finale. [ cheers and applause ] >> i had a wonderful time tonight hosting the amas. i hope you guys did, too. and i want to thank everyone who made my dream come true. all of it. the american music awards is a special show, and this was a special night. i'll never forget it. thanks, larry. thanks, barry. god bless you guys! >> announcer: nominations are in billboard, based on sales, airplay and streaming data
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restored to most areas of remains in effect. people should boil their water consuming it. >> the biggest issue will be for commuters in the morning. several streets we remain afternoon. the city is asking people to avoid the southern part of hoboken. with new details. >> reporter: sandra and joe, this is why they are expecting morning. several streets here in hoboken are still closed and flooded, this after a disastrous day of trying to do laundry or sunday cleaning or even going out to eat. >> a little bit of water's not going to keep me from my sunday in the studios. >> reporter: with his can-do attitude and sense of style, gallery owner ricardo roy made his own waders tonight to slosh through hoboken. on washington street, the black bear bar & grill was not about to let a little lack of water
stop them from serving customers as they hauled in port-a-potties. hoboken woke up to empty faucets and flooded streets when a large water main, which feeds the entire city, broke. >> 8:30 i was in the shower and all of a sudden the water turned off, right in the middle. >> reporter: water trucks were brought in. businesses lost a busy day of sales, as water crews worked to fix the problem. by night fall, service was restored to most of the area, but caution remains. >> it is important to residents in hoboken throughout the city, continue or boil water for at least one minute for con sump tiff purposes. that would be for drinking, baking, taking medication. >> i'm really upset we missed out on brunch this morning. i'm glad we're finally open now, letting people in. it was hard to turn away all of those people this morning. phones are ringing off the hook. >> hoping it gets back to normal pretty soon. >> reporter: some of the apartments on higher floors may still be experiencing water
problems. we're told crews are working to restore service as quickly as possible. meanwhile, the boil water advisory remains in effect until samples come back showing the water is safe enough to drink again. live in hoboken, lucy yang, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> okay, thank you, lucy. new at 11:00, an armed robber on the run. he tied up his victims. police in suffolk county say a masked man held up the pier 1 imports in huntington station and restrained people in the store. he got away with an unknown amount of money. air and k-9 units are looking for the man. there are no reports of any injuries. and morris county, middle of the night canoeing ends with one of two men missing. police responded to 911 calls about an overturned canoe in white meadow lake about 3:00 a.m. they pulled one man from the lake and began searching for the other. they searched for hours, but have not found him. we're going to hear from friends of both men in our next
new at 11:00, raids and arrests tonight in belgium. in a massive security sweep, police carried out 22 raids, 19 near brussels and three in other cities, 16 people arrested. no firearms or explosives were found during the raids. brussels will remain on lockdown through tomorrow, with troops patrolling the city. schools, malls, the subway will remain shut down over what the prime minister called a serious and imminent threat. not among those arrested tonight, salah abdelsalam, the last surviving suspect of the paris attacks. he's believed to be hiding out in brussels. today, his brother says the family hopes to see him end up in a jail rather than dead. and french police released photos of another attacker in paris. they hope to identify this man, who they say was one of the three who blew himself up outside the stadium. during a conference in malaysia, president obama
called on world leaders to stay strong in the face of terror. >> we do not succumb to fear. that's, that's the primary power that these terrorists have over us. they cannot strike a mortal blow against the united states or against france or against a country like malaysia, but they, they can make people fearful. >> mr. obama also said that one of the most powerful tools in the fight against isis is showing we are not afraid. a shameful publicity stunt. that's the reaction tonight from jersey city over donald trump's latest controversial claims. the republican frontrunner said today that he saw thousands cheering as the twin towers came down, but people there say it is simply not true. eyewitness news reporter mallory hoff is in jersey city tonight with reaction. >> reporter: sandra, this was actually one of the first areas 9/11.
people in this area tell us donald trump is painting a picture of something that just didn't happen. and tonight, they are speaking out. members of the muslim community in jersey city say they shed tears with new york on 9 1. >> i used to live across the river from world trade center and me and my wife were crying like crazy, like it was our own coming down. >> reporter: their responding as donald trump is standing by his accusation that members of the muslim community in jersey city celebrated the tragedy. >> i watched when the world trade center came tumbling down, and i watched in jersey city, new jersey where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> reporter: when abc's george stephanopolis challenged the
statement, mentioning it's a universally discredited internet rumor, he did not back down. >> please say it didn't happen. >> there were people that were cheering on the other side of new jersey. >> just using this as a ladder to get to what he wants. >> reporter: this man has a message for the candidate. >> i would say to him he doesn't know what islam is and he doesn't know muslims and this is really a cheap trick that he's using to gain publicity. >> reporter: the mayor of jersey city calls trump's statements absurd. >> i think it's shameful that he's politicizing 9/11. jersey city has no interest in being a part of it. so from our standpoint, you know, you really got to question where he's coming from, from a credibility standpoint. >> reporter: others who live in jersey city are reacting as well. >> i think he's a moron. [ >> i'm sure that most americans think, they know that guy can't be serious. >> reporter: tonight, donald trump is the gop presidential frontrunner. live in jersey city, mallory hoff, channel 7 eyewitness
a scare in the air and a flight diverted because of unruly passengers. the southwest airlines plane was heading from indianapolis to los angeles, when the airline says three men began acting suspiciously. the worried crew diverted the flight to kansas city. everyone got off the plane when it landed and authorities pulled the men aside for questioning. the flight eventually continued without the men. no charges were filed and they were booked on later flights. it's a war of words across the hudson. new jersey governor chris christie is firing back at new york mayor bill de blasio on national television. de blasio said chris christie's decision to stop taking in syrian refugees was inhumane. >> the mayor should worry more about getting something done in the city of new york to make it about criticizing anybody else. quite frankly, given the way he's talking and not worried about the security and the safety of the people of new york, maybe he of damascus.
>> chris christie asked the president to stop taking in syrian refugees, saying they could be a safety risk to americans. one year ago, a 12-year-old boy named tamir rice carried a pellet gun, when a cleveland police officer shot and killed him. here in new york city today, a number of groups came together and called for justice for tamir. organizers say it's outrageous the officers involved have not been arrested and charged. a prosecutor is presenting evidence to a grand jury. a show of strength and preparedness inside the nypd's terror drill in the subway system. and what leaders say this means for the city's security. >> planning to rent a car for the holidays? warning tonight, why new yorkers could be paying more than average drivers. >> plus-- >> oh, my god. somebody-- >> ma'am! >> a woman's frantic call for help as her car fills with water and how rescuers managed to save her. . >> and temperatures, well, they
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windchills, right now around zero degrees. travel by air, also slow going. more than 1000 flights were canceled at chicago area airports. police identified the suspected gunmen accused of shooting a medical student who intervened during a robbery. authorities in new orleans say 21-year-old urich cain was the one caught on camera shooting peter gold in the stomach. investigators say gold stopped his car to help a woman cain was dragging down the street on friday. security cameras show the suspect attempting to shoot gold a second time, but the gun jammed and did not fire. the shooter stole the woman's purse and ran away. gold is recovering in a new orleans hospital. in the bronx, a search for a robber who hit a kennedy fried chicken restaurant on east tremont. investigators just released images from last thursday's robbery. the robber hopped the counter, pulled a knife and got away with $300 from the register. no one was hurt.
york city council looks at and commercial drones. the public safety and transportation committees will hold a joint hearing on bills aimed at regulating drone use in the five boroughs. in september, a drone crashed open. officials worry about more more popular. a warning tonight for anyone renting a car for holiday travel this year. in a new report, new york city controller scott stringer says car rental companies are charging customers excessive convenience fees to use an ez pass. as a result, customers are paying two to three times more than other drivers. for example, a four-day trip from brooklyn to schenectady costs $22.77. but rental car customers pay anywhere from $41 to nearly $86. stringer is calling for
front and to work with tolling agencies to find lower-cost alternatives. thousands of people on the no-fly list still allowed to buy guns and explosives. the new push to close a loophole to keep weapons out of the wrong hands. >> a baby given up for adoption. her father barely given a warning. tonight, his fight to get her back. >> plus, chilly temperatures to start the work week. how long will the chill last? jeff smith is back with details in his exclusive accuweather forecast. >> and don't forget, tomorrow
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. did you happen to catch the sunset tonight? it was simply stunning. check out these pictures sent in by some of our viewers. the sky lit up in beautiful pinks and yellows. we received so many pictures from the queens, staten island and new york city area and i'm sure there are plenty more out there. if you snapped a picture, we want to see it. send it to us. 7 ny. >> gorgeous, gorgeous. >> practically broke the so many pictures coming in. >> it was something good and beautiful, for a change. which is what our weather will be like for most of the week. >> yeah, after a chilly start tomorrow, temperatures only in the low 40s despite a lot of sunshine. we have a big warmup coming. by thanksgiving, we're talking temperatures in excess of 60
degrees. we head out right now and check out the view over toward midtown, camera shaking a little bit at times. we have a wind coming in from the north about 9 miles per hour, but it's been gusting up times. temperature at the lowest level about 44. 55, by the way, was just after midnight last night. so in general today, temperature trend has been downward with that wind main ly coming in from the northerly and northwesterly direction. the average high this time of year, around 52. we weren't too far from that during the daylight hours. 72 was the record in 1971. sun coming up tomorrow around 6:51 tomorrow morning. we did receive 0.03-inch last night after a weak front moved by. more significant rainfall over long island during the day today with a coastal system that came close enough. brisk and chilly through tomorrow.
we warm up gradually through the week. this is the most important part. terrific travel weather for the big travel day on wednesday, for thanksgiving day and beyond for everyone traveling back home heading into next weekend. really no weather worries. there could be a little bit of rain late friday night and early into saturday morning. other than that, clear sailing. 30 at monticello. 39 at newberg and morristown. mid-40s onto parts of long island. radar and satellite showing that storm system moving far enough onshore we didn't get the rainfall from the city, but did get rain over eastern parts of long island for a time. that's movinoug t, giving way to the air moving in overnight tonight. coldest air of the season so far, matter of fact. we're down to 36 in the park, 20s north and west of the city. highs tomorrow only getting up to 44 despite sunshine. pair of fours tomorrow. we warm up a little bit on tuesday, mostly sunny, 47. as this high moves offshore, we get behind it and the return
flow will be coming in from the south-southwest by later on in the week. we'll be warming things up in a big way. accuweather forecast for tonight, clear, brisk, colder. down to 36 in midtown. bright sunshine tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m., but bundle up. only 37 at that point. sunny to partly cloudy, brisk and chilly tomorrow. high getting up to 44. we're cold, downright cold tomorrow night, down to 33 midtown. well down into the 20s in the burbs. plenty of sun wednesday. 52 for the big travel day. thanksgiving forecast, 61, partly sunny, warmer. the only fly in the ointment, it might turn out cloudier if the wind comes off the water. 64 friday, maybe a rain shower early saturday. very quiet week coming up weather-wise. >> you need to get rid of that cloud. >> we'll work on that. >> getting that picky now, okay. laura behnke is up next with a look at sports. >> jets take a big hit this
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. need to get this thing straightened out somewhat soon. >> yeah, time is certainly running out, as much as the jets try to downplay this is just another game on the schedule, today's matchup looked more like a pivotal moment in the season, beginning to spiral out of control with losses in three of the last four heading into today. the jets met the texans, trying season. it was a quiet first half. that is until this. tj yates finding hopkins in stride, who beats gentleman revis. marshall making it 10-10. all texans from there. a little trickery. 21-yard score. later in the third, yates back
hooks up with hopkins, 20-yard touchdown. 4-10 texans. jets cut the lead to a touchdown. fitzpatrick could not finish the comeback. he gets picked twice in the final minutes to end the threat. 24-17, jets do indeed fall to 5- 5. >> there's been really disappointing losses in kind of the fashion that we've lost and especially offensively not playing well and it's been tough. we've got to continue to work at it and just try to continue to work hard and practice and put a better product out there on the field. after a few days off to relax and refocus for the stretch run, giants return to the meadowlands tomorrow for their first post- bye week practice. with six games to go, here's where big blue stands. thanks to blowout losses by the eagles and washington today, the giants now have a one-game lead. cowboys also won. they are just two games back. this is going to be interesting. elsewhere in the nfc, this
pair of teams in the north, with the vikings try to prove their strength. minnesota would lead early. teddy bridgewater going up top to kyle rudolph, who goes 47 yards for the score. that made it 6-3 vikes. but the packers offense would finally start to look like its old self. fourth quarter, aaron rodgers to james jones as the edge of the end zone, 27-13. packers now tied with minnesota for first. and the ravens over the rams today, but in reality, it was a pretty major loss. runningback justin forsett went down in the opening quarter after breaking both bones in his right forearm. then joe flacco, the quarterback, tearing his acl in the final seconds of the game. he is out for the season. up until this point, flacco had never missed a game in his eight-year career. much more ahead in sports. when we return, the nets were blown out friday night in boston, but tonight the two teams were in brooklyn. and the results, very
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retirement savings. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. . the nets didn't just lose friday night in boston. they were embarrassed by the celtics in a 25-point loss and they were angry. that's an emotion they channeled into tonight's rematch. the duo met in the second half of a home-in-home. this time, the dance moves came
out in brooklyn. nets came out firing in the second, the three-on-two break. robinson for the alley-oop. lopez, strong finish to the quarter. nets led by 17 at the half. celtics made their move in the third quarter from the baseline. tyler zeller, the hook, part of an 18-6 run to end the third. nets would hold on in the fourth. jack finished with a team-high 22 points. 111-101, nets win. from home-in-home, islanders wrapping up their series with the canadiens. this evening, the isles met in montreal. a busy third period, isles trailing, but not for long. anders lee, fourth of the season to tie the game at 2-2. but a few minutes later, on the power play, 4-2, the final. isles have won the last eight of the last 12. west coast, devils in a late game against the canucks
tonight. devils, first goal of the game. 1-0. well, schneider playing well against his former team, shutting them down so far. right now, 1-0 devils in the second. after a two-week break, tonight the red bulls resumed their playoff run as they began the eastern conference championships in the first leg on the road. clashing with the columbus crew this evening, and it was a pretty awful start for the red bulls. 10 seconds in, they were already down. 1-0 crew. they then add to it late. in the 85th minute, the huge goal, because this two-game series is -- red bulls fall 2- 0. that means they need three goals next week to advance. one other note, too, girls volleyball team out on long island, winning the state championship in albany this weekend. congratulations, ladies! >> excellent. very nice. >> way to go. >> congrats to them. way to go. thank you, laura.
top stories. water pressure has been restored for most of hoboken after a massive water main break. utility crews will work through the night to repair the line, but several streets will remain closed tomorrow afternoon. a boil water alert is in effect. police in belgium have arrested 16 people tonight in a massive security sweep. the arrests were made during 22 different raids carried out in brussels and other cities, as authorities there try to prevent another terror attack. people in jersey city call donald trump's latest controversial comments a shameful publicity stunt. today, trump said he saw thousands of people cheering after the 9/11 attacks. topping our news this half hour, a search called off tonight for a man who disappeared in a lake in new jersey. >> the man and his friend were canoeing earlier this morning when their boat capsized, but only one man could make it back to shore.
lake in rockaway township. stephan kim has the story. >> obviously for his family, they would want to know. >> reporter: the grim news is settling in. george realizes it's unlikely this will have a happy ending. 3:00 a.m. sunday, two men were in white meadow lake and their canoe capsized. one was rescued and rushed to a hospital. colin stone is a friend of the man, now home resting, but devastated his canoeing partner is still missing. >> he said he was physically okay. he said he was mentally wrecked from it. that was his best friend. >> reporter: kelsey gonzalez says it was one of her friends who heard a strange noise in the middle of the night. after 20 minutes, she realized something had gone terribly wrong. >> he was in the woods screaming, crying for help at, like, 3:30 in the morning. my friend heard him screaming, so she called the cops. >> reporter: rescue teams showed up right away and found
one man almost immediately. he was able to swim to shore, but unable to pull himself out of the water. after hours of searching for the second man, around 1:30 in the afternoon, dive teams pulled back, leaving only one rescue boat out on the water, slowly circling the lake, clear indications this rescue effort had turned into a recovery effort. by early evening, the search was called off, unclear if it will resume in the morning. officials have not released names or ages of the two men. but according to friends, they are in their twenties. >> definitely a shock. we've never had something like that happen around here. >> reporter: we still do not know what were the two men doing out on the lake at 3:00 a.m. at white meadow lake, stephan kim, channel 7 eyewitness news. new tonight, a harrowing bust at a haslet, new jersey hotel. police responded to the holiday inn because of a sick child on thursday. as they helped the child in a room, officers spotted heroin. investigators found nearly 1000 packets of the drug. police arrested the woman who
rented the room and charged her with drugs and endangering the welfare of a child. as investigators in europe work to prevent terror attacks there, security is a big concern here in the states. hundreds of emergency responders converged on a subway station in manhattan this morning, as part of an emergency drill designed to deal with a paris-like terrorist attack. eyewitness news reporter darla miles has the story. practice makes perfect. >> reporter: the fbi, secret service and the fdny all staged a scene of a mass shooting. >> the scenario this morning involved active shooting situations in our subway to test response to that. >> reporter: two practice drills, a year in the making. both involved two active shooters on the platform of the bowery street subway station, a test for the nypd transit police, who responded first in the first scenario. >> the police department
mitigates the terrorists, that act, they create a warm zone in which our firefighters, emt's patients. >> reporter: in the second exercise, the newly formed critical response command was first on scene. >> the participants, while they have a general idea this is going to be an active shooter, nuances. giving the tragic events in paris a little over a week ago, we introduced at the very last minute one of the individuals, a shooter with a suicide vest. >> reporter: every member of the nypd is fully equipped with all of their counterterrorism gear. at the blue an black guns, those are fake. >> one of the things you see when you at these exercises, you see more coordination, more team work than ever before between nypd and fdny. >> you see participants running around with the equivalent of go pro cameras. additionally, the subway
station was wired th over 40 cameras to monitor the scenario as it was occurring. >> reporter: a 360-degree ew of how local and federal law enforcement respond to a terror threat. a scenario all hope doesn't play out in real life any time soon. >> we know of no specific credible threat of a paris-like attack directed against the u.s. homeland. we are and we continue to be and we have been concerned about copycat-like attacks. >> reporter: on the lower eastside, rla miles, channel 7 eyewitness news. 2000 people on the no-fly list have reportedly legally bought guns or explosives. new york senator josh schumer says that has to stop. he wants to renew the push for the denying firearms and plosives to dangerous terrorists act of 2015. it would give the justice department authority to stop a known or suspected terrorist from buying guns or explosives.
no fly should mean no buy for terrorists. right now, amazingly, it does not. >> schumer says that anyone, including members of isis, can currently buy almost unlimited amounts of weapons legally. the senator says the nra has successfully lobbied against the bill. the organization previously said the watch list is too broad because it includes people who are still being investigated by authorities. a somber anniversary today in american history. today marks the 52nd anniversary of the assassination of president john f. kennedy. kennedy was ride -- shot while riding in a convertible in dallas, texas on november 22, 1963. suspect the gunman lee harvey oswald was arrested and days later he was shot and killed as well. a young father's heartbreaking fight for his daughter. why he says his newborn girl was given he couldn't stop it. >> plus, a red panda escapes from a zoo.
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>> police say the woman drove around a road closed sign north of seattle, as a river started to flood. the waters rose quickly and trapped the woman in her car. described the terrifying situation. >> i am losing my brakes. i'm hyperventilating now. oh, my god, somebody please-- >> ma'am, listen to me. i know you're scared. out, okay? >> oh, my god. thank you, thank you. not a problem. >> firefighters used a backhoe to reach the woman. she was soaking wet, but unhurt by the ordeal. a father in utah is heartbroken after his infant daughter was taken from him. colby nielsen says under pressure from her parents, the mother put the little girl up for adoption against his wishes. the 20-year-old father says he was ready to raise her alone and thought the mother was okay with that. nelson's attorney says utah law allows mothers to put their
>> i would like her back. >> a statute that permits this to happen is statutorily skewed against biological fathers. >> nielsen's lawyer says he's going to challenge the law in court. the baby has been adopted by friends of the mother's parents. the death of a northern white rhino at a san diego zoo safari park puts the species dangerously close to extinction. 41-year-old nola was euthanized after developing an infection. she was one of only four white rhinos known to still exist. nola was brought to the park in 1989 and was a crowd favorite because of her distinctive horn and her love now to a red panda on the loose. she's now safe and sound. california zoo. she somehow scaled a fence of her enclosure and ventured into