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dari: rain headed our way, making for a fine mess of tomorrow's morning commute. steve: we had our share of dreary mornings. we go to nick gregory for a look at storms moving in. nick: showering weather. as we look now, fox 5 sky
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that came on through they have shifted, they are up toward connecticut and off of the eastern end of long island, we'll look for showers to come in overnight, temperatures staying in 50s, lower 50s in the city. 40s to north and west. wind has been busy. increasing out of southwest, making it gusty speeds tomorrow can reach 15 to 30 plus miles per hour, a cold front coming in. making a move western pennsylvania to west virginia. future cast, you can see shower activity holds off past midnight. morning commute will be showery, it not a lot of rain. not lasting a long time. we'll get sunshine tomorrow
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-- its to high 50s, tomorrow showers midday, then more sun in afternoon. very well, thank you, nick 92 disturbing news about zika virus, the mosquito-borne illness is scarier than they first thought. linda schmidt with why experts are sounding the aall right. reporter: right, good evening steve. with summer just around corner federal officials are expecting things to get worse. >> everything we look at with this virus is scarier than we initially thought. reporter: centers for disease control delivered bombshell report while visiting the white house to provide an update on the zika virus, hundreds of americans have been diagnosed
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also contracting zika within the u.s., the mosquito that carries of virus, lives in more states than previously thought. >> instead of 12 states where the mosquito is, we believe about 30 states have the mosquito present. reporter: cdcsaid it worried that u.s. could have a big problem on its hand as weather gets warmer, most people experience mild symptoms or none. after being infected. for others, the the -- symptoms can mimic those of multiple sclerosis. the most common complication is birth defect. there is no treatment or a vaccine. >> a very unviews virus. >> a pain management specialist. >> i am concerned about it the
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that. >> if you are expecting you should get tested. dari: dueling raleighs today in rallies today in raleigh north carolina. opponents say this discriminates against the lgbt community. steve: lieutenant lute lgbt rights being debated in new jersey. lidia curanaj is live with the latest with how the vote is going on. reporter: the meeting started
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strong. the meeting was published but our cameras were not allowed inside, they said to protect the privacy of the children. the valley school board is voting on a policy that would allow transgender students to use whatever bathroom they identify with. if the measure passes it follows several other new jersey school district, many attend the meeting, some advocating for policy others again it. >> it really should not be pushed this hard by the district. i think it too abusive, for the kids. >> this says they can be themselves and transition if they choose, pro sent them 12s however they are -- themselves however they are as a person, do
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1u7 are on the they could ever ask for around them. reporter: principal stelling stell -- telling me there are 6 transstudents ta attend the classes, most students are supportive. that is latest here back to you. >> appreciate it lydia thank you. dari: hillary clinton made a final stop on long island with 8 days to go until new york primary. she attended suffolk county democratic committee annual spring dinner. she talked about the economy, abortion, minimum wage and gun control, today clinton attend a discussion about gun violence in fort washington. >> when challenged on his gun stances, he says, you know i represent vermont, it's a small
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laws. and the state with the highest per capita number of those guns that end up committing crimes in new york come from vermont. steve: bernie sanders brought his campaign to beautiful low, he -- buffalo, he just finished up a rally at university of buffalo, where he spoke to the supporters. >> ohio governor john kasich has spent last several days campaigning in upstate new york, tonight he held a town hall in saratoga springs. after an appearance in troy, despite polls showing donald trump with a huge lead. >> california primary, may be two months away but delegate prize is huge, ted cruz was
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rallies in irvine and san diego. dari: donald trump campaigned in albany earlier today, but it seem his loss in colorado was on his mind. it was not a traditional primary or a caucus. steve: we learn two of trump's children will not be voting for them in next week's new york primary. dari: they missed the register to vote, they are not only new yorkers who are shut out, sharon crowley with here with what voters need to know. reporter: confusion about voting coming our way. new york city board of elections told me their phone bank is flooded with people who misa deadline, he is concerned next week, that unregistered voters might show up at the poll.
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to vote, your vote may make a difference. reporter: presidential candidate crisscross the state. new york is a closed primary state that means only realm sterred democrats and republicans can vote in the primary, deadline to register has passed. >> i have friends who they did not know or they not register in time. reporter: two fewer votes for donald trump next week, two of his children, did not register in time to vote if the new york primary. >> they peal feel guilty. reporter: you can register to vote in general election, they are expecting more than half of 4 million new yorkers registered to vote to show up on election day. >> there has been great sacrifice made by many men and women over the centuries that we have been a country, we owe it to them and ourselves and our
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out and vote. reporter: to vote for next president of united states in general elect on november 8, here are a few things you need to know, first you must be 18 or older and u.s. citizen. provided driver license or nondriver i.d. number. or last 4 digits of your social security number. and you have to register by october 14. to make sure your candidates gets our support in november. >> i want to make sure that my voice is heard. reporter: for you new jersey voters, a tip for you. if you live in new jersey registered as independent you have until this wednesday to change your part affiliation for your june 7 primary there. every state has different rules, it is important to investigate what the rules are where you live. steve: a lot more interest in primaries than typical even here in new york. that is what you get thank you
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>> hundreds of protestor arrested in washington after staging a sit in on steps of u.s. capitol, first demonstration in sireys of democracy string protests -- spring protests planned for this week. dari: a lot of people are asking, where are the stay bikes -- citibikes. steve: why so many wracks are etchty. dari: local kids getting a chance for a lifetime in a audition for a world famous ballet school. steve: they are getting honored for their post, alright guys. i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range
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snoot citibike program gets more and more popular. dari: some people condition gets a bike, went to upper west to find out why the racks are always almost empty. reporter: not one city bank available to ride, moment say that is case on post day, where
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>> i come here in morning, at this time, there is nothing. reporter: if you want to pick up a citibike from upper west side location you are out of luck. >> you cannot get a bike. >> there are 50 bikes on 52nd street, never hear. >> i know they are repairing some bikes, they sent out a notice saying some locations would be emptier. reporter: the same problem at other stations, on three consecutive mornings last week. we captured footage of empty oral most empty stations, as cost of citibike maybe increased last night to $155 a year, riders are venting on social media, documenting on the lack of bikes, we didn't have to go far to find our own complaints. >> a really popular spot, people
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please refill it. >> fox 5 reached out to citibike about this issue, they sense this statement, it is often challenging for us to refill stations during morning rush hour ubut we're shifting to more innovative techniques including bicycle driven trailers to move bikes over short distances and valet service in high use areas, this week it will move biking from full station to empty stations, so members should begin tonight is a difference. "fox 5 news." steve: mayor de blasio deny anything wrong doing in a growing campaign corruption probe, looking into to businessmen who donated into the mayor a campaign, and alleged gifts given to nypd brass, so far 4 commanding officers have been disciplined by commissioner bratton. >> i am happy to take questions today, but i'm not speaking
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i have already answered a number of questions then leave it there. steve: mayor said he has not been contacted by anyone from u.s. attorney's office, and not seen any need to retain an attorney. dari: an. dari: officials are calling for washington to test water across country. schools turned off water in more than 30 of its buildings after finding elevated lead level right now bottled water is beg -- being delivered to schools every few days. steve: officials say that pilot and a passenger were hurt when the single engine aircraft flung flunked last night, they were trapped in wreckage. until good samaritans put out the flames.
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voices dora the explorer get special treatment at a manhattan private school, the parents of a girl who was kicked out of a new school claim that the act tris of the actresswas given a brief suspension, after their daughter was told to leave the also after school after they were caught vaping in the bathroom. the school is not taking any sides or talking about the matter either. >> latest album from kanye west streamed so much it set a new record, the life of pablo, first album ever to top the chart. streamed 9999 million times -- 99 million times. that would have been a million albums in a week in old days, it was released in february.
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before it was released on major streaming sites this month. dari: he it to the right way. all this publicity stuff. steve: yep. dari: running for president. steve: naming the album, changes the name. dari: he might still run for president. >> some young bal reap ballerina tries to headache their crimes come true today. -- trying to make their dreams come true today. >> it is the most elite ballet program for children in the world, school of american ballet, in one month 700 kids audition and 120 make the cut. >> we look for children who have the fleckbility to be a ballet dancer and the musicality. reporter: made a career out of ballet getting into will program at age 6, and now as the co-chair. >> kind of interesting to see
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and it -- they see older dancers dancing, hopefully they get an idea of what could be in store for them. >> how long have you wanted to be a pal leyna. a ballerina. >> since i was two. reporter: how long have you been dang of dances? >> since i was two. >> they are almost guaranteed to perform at a professional level, if they start young and stay in. >> i'm going to stop a criminal. >> you want to be a police officer. >> how do you know. >> paul is one of 130 boys who auditions this month. final audition of spring season takes place monday april 18, kids find out if they made it to program by mid may. jenniffer lahmers "fox 5 news."
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even if you are a by way starts fan, jordan spieth meltdown at masters of nuts. dari: we look at what went wrong, as well as other epic collapses in starts history -- sports history. steve: and these cell phone
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and not just the powerful few. dari: golf was big talk of sports world today. steve: spieth spieth was
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hit the 12th hole, mac king shows us that spieth's collapse is nothing new in the world of sports. reporter: jordan spieth led the masters for 11 rounds. he built a 5 shot lead, the golf world readied itself to bestow his second green jacket in as many trying, an particular to exceed tiger and challenge jack. >> oh, my goodness this is unbelieve able. reporter: then after a couple bogeys on 10 and 11, the 12 hole happens. >> a meltdown. reporter: a quadruple bogey on 12, stole from him. one of the greatest collapses in the sport's history. >> he broke at a moment that was really important, it can be training, training for that moment. reporter: sports psychologist,
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attended the mast ires said this golfers need training for their thoughts. >> it is a game of the mind, it has been for years. reporter: meltdowns happen everywhere. decade worth of baseball times, painfully, fettered away. >> pennant and post seasons, new yorker recall the mets showing a 7 game lead in 17 games to miss play-offs. >> a spiral. not able to control your thoughts and as a result not able to control your physiology. reporter: golf leads to more imployings implosion than another sports. he bogeys by 11 hole, in 1999, john triple bogied final home of the british open. >> spieth's 2016 master sunday
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but still more than 3 months before his 23 birthday, spieth has rounds of golf ahead, to help us forget. mac king, "fox 5 news." steve: new cell phone fee making it more ex expensive to upgrade. dari: why some wireless carriers are adding it and how much you pay. steve: ticketmaster teaming up with facebook. how that will work. go follow my facebook page, scene. make today smile with
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>> time to upgrade your found. but you can't peal away from thesh fresh plastic cover until you get out your own plastic. >> activation fi, bill, surcharge, and bells and whistles. reporter: and in that list of surcharges device upgrade fee. what is it? >> charging customers for pleasure, honor joy of upgrading to a new phone. reporter: that is not how these customers see it. >> you already have a phone, they should not charge you. >> that is dumb you pay extra for a phone you signed up for. reporter: sprint and verizon said it helps cover the support cost fee, in most cases it
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directly from the provider. sprint remains stead fast, and stuck with its charge of $30. >> only carrier out of big 4 that does not change anything, t-mobile, how can they get away with it. >> because the ceo, likes sticking it to the other three, saying we like we're giving you great service, at low costs. and hopeful people will jump on the t-mobile. reporter: one of those carriers may have a change of heart, at&t writes we're making a few adjustment to the fee structures, "fox 5 news." steve: thousands of verizon workers are threatened to go to strike thursday. if an agreement on the contract
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they have been working caught a contract since -- without a contract since august, company said they trained thousands of nonunion workers to take over in the event of a walk out. dari: we hear you will soon be able to buy your favorite concert, and starting event tickets on facebook according to buzzfeed. ticketmaster will start selling tick on the facebook by the end of the month it will be for a few selected events at first then it will expand to more events, no word on whether ticket master will charge a facebook fee. steve: the big story you never have to leave facebook, we're getting closer and closer. an upic epic day for gamers. first official teaser for titan
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today. version 2 will be on playstation 4, windows pc and ex box 1, the official unveiling is june 12. >> man is forbidden. >> disney's the jungle book has not hit theaterrity, but yet, they know it is a big moneymaker a sequel is already in the works in negotiation with writer, director and producer, live action version of the animate classic is expected to be top earning movie when it debuts in theaters this week. steve: indeed. dari: this weekend. steve: all right spotify reveals music picks of top politicians. >> absolutely over the week release a capitol tunes play
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songs of between house members. steve: paul ryan, songs from rush, paul mccartney, metal ca, and the beastie boys. >> this is same thing, corey booker, to to -- tupac kanye. >> and coldplay, adele and smashing pumpkins and janes addiction. >> edgy for her. >> okay a state girl. >> i am impressed by that. >> good. >> yep. >> all right they are like the oscars for social media. dari: recognizing best posts and twitter, we're watching this closely. steve: focus. dari: big winners of short i award. steve: and what drove a man to break into a 5 guys in
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dari: but first, here is new york minute. >> piano lovers steck out stein way and sons new flagship store in midtown manhattan. >> it will be clubhouse for all of musicians and people who love music, we'll have concerts and informational retitles, and -- recitals, and master classes, and recordings and many receptions for those who love music. >> some finest works of art, are on display at met museum, here because their original home in germany is under renovation. >> if you are closed for 5 years why not do an exhibition to new york? that is started whole concept rolling and 6 years later, here
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>> honoring people who create biggest buzz on social media. dari: we'll look at this year's shorty awards. steve: one nba team is replacing
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steve: breaking news from new jersey, the high school board voted 7 to 1 to, deposit policy to allow students to use rift rooms and rocker rooms based to gender identity. to protect transgender students. decision follows several other new jersey school districts. >> it is oscar of social media. >> shorty awards honor best of snapchat, youtube, and instagram so membership other many other platforms, mac king with a look at the winners. reporter: you don't know their
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recognize their user name. chances are we've seen their pictures and watched their videos. >> i am oh, my god, you that are one guy from that one viral video. >> everyone snapchatting. reporter: yes, teal carpet saw phones documenting everything. >> i don't know all their names, you know. reporter: instagramer of the year. and dj received nomination for snapchatting skills. >> being positive, being myself, put good energy out there. aspire the world. >> all of the time. how i made it. >> whatever you want. >> the scene is are in internety. reporter: it meant self promotion and jokes. >> a little bit, then he got used to them. reporter: it meant improving the world of others. >> big issues that are scary, in
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and people top join in the op very saying. reporter: just as people joined in conversation around viral sensations like pizza rat, brought to you us by that man who won gif of the year. >> has been wildest most fun year of my life. >> mac king, "fox 5 news." steve: i just reached my social media exhauston point for the day it takes a lot to wear me out. >> i could not could that could happen. dari: until the walk home, and you get on the couch. steve: right, true. >> just a break. steve: for a minute. finally you know we look at 7 day, there is good news at the end, that has not been for a while. nick: beautiful weather, why is this up there? you got a look.
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people may not stick around. but, you know we have that beautiful forecast coming up. just get through a couple showers tomorrow, then beyond, because, beyond middle of tomorrow, then after this fun, 65, 44 today, close to average. we'll take that 65 high. sun went to work for a little bit this afternoon. rain, sprinkles and this evening a line of showers. we will see sun by time we get to tomorrow afternoon, 56 now, a mid to high deck of broken clouds to the south. we look at fox 5 sky guardian that band of showers we had earlier is now off to the north and east, not much mere by, it will be a while before they get here. predawn hours. 65 for high in city, but 50s outside of town to long island
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43 in monticello. still in 40s there. upper 50s around town. by newark, and 50 to the long island area. south-southwest wind is the overnight story, busy at 15, getting to about 20 miles per hour tomorrow, still a bit gusty in advance of that cold front. that southwest wind could get to 20 or 30 miles per hour and gusts time to time, a line of showers on fox 5 sky guardian 3-d. burlington, vermont, syracuse, and kentucky, sliding eastward. up but a thin line, we're not going to have a lot of this tomorrow, midday on we'll see improvement come in, mile weather tonight south of town, 61 in phillie, 69 in washington, d.c., and in 40s and 50s off to north, and let's look at slat photograph, a coldfront moving by that front in this position, once that passes there is dry
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ridging in, that is where we're optimistic that the rest of the week is looking good, a lot of 60s and 70s western states from texas to gulf coast, cooler in chicago, minnesota. and to minneapolis, but cool air will lift this way we'll cool dune a bit to wednesday. then temperature rebound after this. tomorrow 50s for most of day, showers ending midday, sun comes out high 50, sun later on. and future cast, front move throughs quickly, there wednesday. looking good. sunny, light wind, middle 50s, high high pressure staying with us, and temperatures recovering higher. later in the week. cloud showers breezy. 52 in city. 40 in superbs, close to 60 in most area, showers give way to should sunshine in afternoon, gusty. there is what i showed you at the top. 56 wednesday, 59 thursday friday.
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rising, sunshine. could it be that we're going to turn the corner? dari: really, could it really? nick: it could. steve: only thing i thought about, a lot of time this time of year i forget what time of year, i think it must be june by now it is great that only early to mid april. i like this time of year. nick: i'm sure your phone would remind you. steve: it's about to catch on fire. >> thank you, nick. dari: all right. steve: russ is next with sports. >> i am ines rosales with the toyota traffic tracker jersey city, by jersey turnpike, right lane and shoulder will be closed this week for construct from
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you know, that reminds me of how geico's been the fastest-growing auto insurer for over 10 years straight. over ten years? mhm, geico's the company your friends and neighbors trust. and deservedly so. indeed. geico. expect great savings and a whole lot more. russ: how are you, you heard a while ago here, all talked tod today about yesterday's final
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talk is about the guy who won it danny willett, it is instead about the guy who lost is jordan spieth, we look back history years from now that will be talk. the collapse of jordan spieth, and there is no ifs, ands or but he did collapse. followed by that you quadruple bogey. call a collapse a choke or whatever you want, for anyone who has played a single round of golf, and i'm going to include even miniature golf, you know that a quadruple bogey will leave you fried, pretty much bring dead, inconsolable, but what did spieth do, he birdied two of next 3 holes to pullback
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3 holes to go, unfortunately spieth did not have enough to come all the way back. do have you any idea what kind of -- forth sued you have to have, no one is talking about that. and they should talk about. in last 3 masters spieth has a second, first, and now a second, he does not turn 23 until july 27. he has earnings in his career of 23 million, jordan spieth is great now, what happened to him yesterday the headache will make him greater. >> okay. to the field. bases loaded, single from denny drives in a pair of runners 2-0
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and then unloads. so long. farewell a two run bomb, 7-0 mardins, that is all. now in is 10-3, for that lynns -- marlins, yanks have the night off. that is sports. steve: thank you. >> all right one nba team come up with a adorable alternate thif to iveto kiss cam. dari: lion king cam, denver nuggets, the camera pans for families with babies, they can lift the baby on the sky to be lifted for the world, while the circle of life song plays in the background. steve: i saw that one right there, two kids are aware of what is going on. the kiss cam has run its course. that was a '70s gimmick.
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steve: like anything else, a great run though 40 years. dari: raising a puppy. steve: the doodle kiss cam, take care. see you.
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and here's another interesting weather fact. another? great! changes in jet streams can affect the speed at which the earth rotates on its axis, so bad weather can actually make the day longer. well, there must be a hell of a storm somewhere. joke if you must, but you're going to miss these moments. with leonard home in a few days, this was your last time driving me to the grocery store. you know,
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i'll tell you what, if my apples are mealy, we'll hit the produce section for one last crazy blowout. heck, you can even push the cart. please don't take my looking forward to leonard's return as criticism of the job you've been doing in his absence. i won't. that criticism will come later in your report card. yeah, i didn't stay for the detention, i'm not gonna read the report card. hello. (screams) leonard! shh, shh. hi! keep your voice down. oh, my god. you weren't supposed to be here till sunday! we finished the experiment early, so i thought i'd come home and surprise you. oh, my gosh, why are we whispering? i didn't tell sheldon, so we could have a few days alone. oh, that is so romantic. uh, sure, that's why i did it. oh... i just cannot believe you're here. sheldon: penny, it's your lucky day! three of the eggs are clearly not jumbo.


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