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day. gma on the ground. new shooting outrage. police taking aim a a a a teenager kill an innocent bystander. >> why do police have to keep killing our youth? something needs to be done about this. >> tension rising. for a police department already under fire terror tape. the shadows, making new threats this morning. his chilling message. who he's going after next. why he's coming forward now. and caught on camera. did thesestwo women target an nba stararnd steal hundreds ofof thousands of dollars in jewelry? police launching an investigation focusing on this video. have they pulled off this crime before? hey, good morning. paula is off. very happy to have the cecilia
we do have a big story developing this morning. look at this monster storm brewing right in the middle of the country and this is happening right in the middle of the holiday rush. it's expected to bring flash flood, ice, blizzardonditions. >> and overnight, five powerful twisters reported in texas, check out this damage right there. homes destroyed, cars completely tossed. as many as eight people killed and look at this, a church ripped to shreds. >> extremely sad. we have team coverage of this storm and we begin with abc's phillip mena. who's on the ground in texas. >> dan, good morning. pretty much everything around here is soaked and it's hard to wrap your mind around the magnitude of the devastation. you see cars and power lines blown into streets. in this neighborhoho, the devastatatn is everywhere that you look. >> that's it, oh, mymyod, that's
that's it! >> reporter: overnight, a series of tornadoes devastating north texas. >> that's a tornado! >> reporter: carving a path of destruction through the greater dallas area. >> huge tornado -- holy [ bleep ]! >> reporter: leaving at least eight dead and injuring 50 others, forcing officials in some areas to declare a local disaster. >> oh, no, it hit something. somethinins on fire. >> reporter: the national weather service sending out a tweet at 6:56 saturday night, telling people to get to shelter now if in the area! >> ft. worth has issued a tornado warning. >> reporter: tornadoes warnings and sirens sounding off through the city. dangerous twisters leveled entire neighborhoods. >> everything collapsed and went dark and fell on top of me. >> reporter: the pastor said it happened so fast he couldn't escape, the building caving in on top of him.
hallway. but couldn't go too far. everything has collapsed. >> reporter: another twister here, taking down power lines and causing a series of explosions. >> we have gas everywhere! >> reporter: dozens of gas leaks and fires springing up in the wake of the wreckage. leaving 50,000 people without power, immediately following the storm. the violent storm even visible from the air. as lovefield airport was forced to evacuate terminals. >> we have been moved here to the wait for the storm to pass. >> reporter: that evacuation ordered lift saturday night, officials allowing flights back in the area just after 9:00 p.m. as we were going to air this morning, we saw police running st us, they tell us s at someone was still trapped down that street, so the recovery efforts are still far from over and as you can tell, so is the storm. dan, cecilia. >> frantic and active scene. you have been on the ground in that area all night, just give us a sense of what you're
damage? >> well, just driving over here to this neighborhood, we saw home after home after home that looked similar to this. we saw cars that were just blown into the streets. a convoy of wreckers on the highway filled with flattened vehicles. and hotels around the town are really filling up with all the displaced residents. >> phillip mena on the ground. thank you. this morning, so many people still picking the pieces up after those tornadoes. after it was all over, sheer devastation. >> thankful we're alive, that's all. >> i looked out my window and saw the funnel around my house. i just dove into the hallway. >> we saw an explosion, an electrical explosion, and it was spinning just right towards us. we ran into the bathtub and all
house and then all you see is trees and washing machines -- >> i have been going up and down the alleys to make sure the gas was off, blowing through, crazy. > all the smoke, the fires, it just all sinks in. i'm still in disbelief. i still can't believe that it happened. >> it's just sad. it's hard to see all of these people's livelihoods gone. cars flipped over in front of houseses it's just hard to see. >> it's when the sun comes up when it really hits for these people. you see that devastation. >> bad news is, there's more bed -- bad weather on the way. >> it is. in the southeast, that death toll still rising from days of tornadoes there, and torrential and many are facing blizzard warnings. meteorologist indrdrpeterson is here traraing it all. >> this is supposed to be the biggest travel day of the year and take a look at this map behind me.
weather. then, you have everyone traveling as well. hard to believe that is from the exact same system. we have winter storm warnings, flood warnings, ice storms in the mix. even blizzard warnings. here we go, this is all one system, all you have to remember, a low goes counterclockwise. if you're in the front, you're pulling that moisture from the south. on the backside of the system, all that cold air that's coming down from canada, why you're getting gusty winds and why you're getting the threat for blizzards out there and chevy amounts of snow as the day goes on. it only gets worse. look at this system spread into the midwest, an icing threat as we go to outside portions of chicago in through tomorrow. we're not done there. monday, tuesday, this heads into the northeast. hard to believe, lot of severe weather still in the mix. >> indra, thank you. as you mentioned the timing of
of the holiday travel scramble. and abc's devin dwyer covering that angle from reagan national airport in washington, d.c. >> reporter: the check-in lines starting to build in behind me. as f f those flights, the e a reports no major airport delays. but travel today in many places will not be smooth. after the holiday comes the headache to get home. >> we're at the airport in seattle. this is the line to check luggage outside. >> reporter: this morning, millions are bracing themselves for this -- >> inside, there are just lines everywhere. >> reporter: massive lines and long waits. it's one of the busiest travel days of the year. over 800 flights already canceled. in the l lt 24 hours. more than 4400 delayed. then, there are the unforeseen
this flight from new york to ft. lauderdale was evacuated saturday when smoke was spotted coming from the plane. now, spirit airlines said thankfully no one was injured in that accident. the faa expects 2 million to fly this morning. many travelers telling us this morning saying they're thankful for the u ueasonably warmrmemperatures. meaning fewer delays this year from snow. >> devin, thank you. we turn now to yet another police shooting, tensions rising in chicago this morning. the police department there under new scrutiny. officers killing a teenager and also accidentally shooting and killing a mother of five. abc's alex perez is in chicago now with more now. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. the victims' families are demanding answers at this point. chicago police haven't explained exactly why the officer fired his weapon. this morning, the chicago police department is once again facing backlash. >> i went to the hospital, my son has seven -- that's too
>> reporter: officers fatally shot 19-year-old quintonioo grier and accidentally killed a 55-year-old mother of five, bettie jones. after responding to a domestic disturbance call at his home. he was allegedly threatening his father with bat. >> sometimes he'll get a little loud, but not violent. >> reporter: jones lived on the ground floor of the two-story home shared with grier and was opening the door when she was caught in the line of fire and shot once. >> upon their arrival, they were confronted by a combatant individual. the matter is under investigation. >> reporter: the shooting came two days after protests against chicago police department's police officers' actions. shut down parts of the magnificent mile, a high-end shopping district in the city. >> why do police have to keep killing our youth? >> reporter: chicago mayor
his resignation, said in a statement, any time an officer uses force the public deserves answers and regardless o othe circumstanans we all grieve any time there's a loss of life in our city. the officers involve ready now on desk duty as independent police board review the shooting. we're going to move on now, because, this morning, we're hearing from perhaps the most wanted man in the world, the leader of isis, he's breaking his silence with an audidirecording in which he specifically t teatens israel. jim a vil ya with the president in hawaii. >> reporter: with isis under pressure and losing ground in both is syria and iraq, this latest message could be more desperation than a threat. this is believed to be the voice behind isis. a 23 minute long isis statement delivered by the man claiming to
after seven months of silent, baghdadi seems desperate to rally his followers. 2015 hasn't been a good year for isis. the u.s.-led coalition has killed his second in command and the isis emir in charge of the oil and gas in the terroirst-controlled parts of syria and iraq. their supply lines have been heavily damaged. isis troops have been forced to retreat from tikrit sandra maddi. in this message he appears to be issuing a call to arms. quote, waging this battle is a duty upon every muslim and no one is excused. he also threatens israel directly. promising to liberate palestine. and boldly claiming that islam will dominate the world anew until the day of judgment. one administration official dismisses the message as more isis propaganda.
issue any comment on this message and won't verify its authenticity. dan. >> thank you, jim avila reporting from hawaii this morning. and it's back to business in the race to the white house. this morning, the candidates hitting the campai trail after a brief christmas break. >> and abc news' chief white house correspondent jon karl is hosting "this week" this morning. jon, you spent some time with republican front-runner donald trump, he's now starting to throw his fire toward hillary clinton and bill clinton. >> yeah, he spent so much tearing apart each and every one of the republican opponents with the exception of ted cruz. but now, he's gone after hillary clinton hard. hillary clinton has made it clear that bill clinton is going to be out on the campaign trail for her in january, which prompted this tweet from from donald trump. basically accusing bill clinton
saying, why would you put him out -- he got a whole long list of sexism. he made it very clear. he'll be bringing up that past, monica lewinsky, gennifer flowers and paula jones, et cetera. get ready for trump to train that negativity on that. one point onhis, the clinton people say they would be absolutely thrilled to run against donald trump, that would be her easiest path to victory. but take a look at this poll, the most recent national poll, which looks at a head-to-head matchup between hillary clinton and donald trump. hillary clinton slightly ahead. they are statistically tied in the most recent national poll. >> yeah, jon, the clinton campaign would love nothing more than a run against trump. we no that. but all eyes on iowa and new hampshire. that gop field is still completely packed. you know, ted cruz riding high in iowa. rubio, christie, bush, all hoping to come out in new hampshire.
spell the end for some of these names? >> it could. first of all in iowa, the big thing as you mentioned ted cruz in many of the recent polls is slightly ahead of donald trump. one of the big questions is, how does trump react if he loses in the state that votes first? you know, he's built his whole campaign by being the winner. if he faces a loss to ted cruz, how does he react? in new hampshire, you have a whole gaggle of candidates who are banking their entire future on winning in new hampshire. you got chris christie, jeb bush, marco rubio. john kasich. not all of them can survive losing in new hampshire. >> a tight race in new hampshire for the democrats as well. jon, thank you, and jon will have much more on that sit-down with donald trump. he's also reviewing are republican presidential candidate governor john kasich. all coming up on abc's "this week." >> that's later this morning. thank you, john. over to ron for a look at the other stories developing
good morning. good morning, everyone. we begin with yet another mall shooting, this one in georgia, inside of a commercial complex packed with shoppers, many of them taking their christmas gift returns back to the store. panic and confusion as hundreds of people came running out of the mall after multiple shots were fired. several stores put on lockdown. reports say a group of men were arguing outside the mall, one pulled out a gun and started shooting. investigators say that the shooter ran into the mall and fired more shots while people were shopping there. no word on what sparked that incident. and the leader of a muslim american advocacy group is calling for a hate crime investigation after a possible fire bomb was thrown at this california mosque. the device was apparently thrown over the fence and landed at the door of the mosque. it's a day after officials in
mosque said it was arson and earlier this month, a suspect was arrested for allegedly setting fire to mosque. a reported holiday terror threat, police in vienna, austria, say they got a tip from an unidentified source of an attack between christmas and new year's. firms in major european capitals have been warned of that possibility of an attack and stepped up surveillance of locations where large crowds were expected the. back here at home and the battle against that enormous blaze, this morning, fire officials saying the wildfire is just 60% contained. fire crews have been working since early saturday to gain the upper hand and locate possible hot spots, shutting down parts of the pacific coast highway on saturday. that route has since been reopened. and homicide investigators in maine are trying to unravel a double murder mystery.
williams and his girlfriend were discovered inside the front seats of their suv parked on a remote dirt road on christmas day. the couple reportedly died of gunshot wounds. and hoverboards ruled christmas wish lists this year, and many of them who got them are paying a different price. the wife of dan uggla, baseball player, posted this video of him wiping out on his new hoverboard on christmas day. he was distracted. rachel, possibly listening to justin bieber. >> who knows. >> he's not alone, a congressman learned it the hard way, tweeting a picture of himself saturday with his arm in a sling. saying the gift was his daughter. he ended up in the hospital for
>> what a supportive wife of her husband wiping out. finally, a saturday night college football game right here at yankee stadium when this happened. check this out. >> and going in, touchdown, alex rodriguez! >> that's right. touchdown, alex rodriguez! that's indiana against duke in the pinstripe bowl in yankee stadium. shares the name with, well, number 13 on the yankees. a-rod. the freshman a-rod ran for his third career touchdown in the third quarter. the yankees tweeting -- alex just scored his first touchdown at yankee stadium. # nonotthatarod. >> that's pretty good. >> dan doesn't who know he is. >> you had over/under. >> which is which? >> dan had the over and he won big. >> do you even know who --
>> my wife went to duke, i would be rooting for duke and what sport was that again? let's change the subject to talk weather. what do you have for us? >> i wished i had good news. i wanted to show what happened yesterday across the plains. i know we have been saying it's such a warm season, but look at the amount of snow that's gushing across the plains, we're talking wind drifts as high as -- snow drifts ten feet high. all of this, as people are gearing up hopefully to make it home today. now, you're looking at this and thinking it's the plains. it's so nice in the northeast. this isn't going to affect us, think again, this picture is about to change, look at that cold air is spilling right in. by monday morning out here in the northeast, temperatures in the new york city, they are going to feel like they're below freezing. here comes the snow. anywhere from the plains, look at it spread all of the way through new england.
snow making its way. here on the set. it's not my fault. the 70s are going to 30s. >> we like you, we're not holding you responsible. >> i'm holding her responsible. >> i am, too. she does this thing like rob, she seems so happy when she's talking about snow. >> 70s weren't bad. >> thank you, indra. great to have you here. coming up here on "good morning america" -- police are
on this surveillance. did they steal hundreds of thousands dollars worth of jewelry from an nba star? plus, a golfer shipping nightmare. the abc news fixer to the rescue. what you need to know the next time you send something. and a star wars surprise. the christmas present that came over 30 years late and why that actually is a very good thing. truly is. "good morning america" is brought to you by belfor property restoration.
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okay, it is hometown trivia time. today, we're saluting our charlottesville, virginia, affiliate, wvaw channel 13. okay, notable visitors to the university of virginia include queen elizabeth, dr. martin luther king, the dalai lama and bill clinton among others. ready, charlottesville was home to three u.s. presidents. can you name at least one of them? >> thomas jefferson. >> that's the easiest one. two more. two more. >> taft. >> madison. >> madison, yes! cecilia vega. we got one more quickly, this indie rock album has had six studio albums debut at number one, the most recent 2012, leader singer
>> i should kn welcome back to "good morning america" on a sunday morning. happening right now -- deadly tornadoes in texas, six reported twisters carving a path of destruction through the greater dallas area, nearly a dozen people killed. officials in some areas declaring local disasters. the tornadoes were accompanied byrential rain, some wind and hail. zmrmpls also happening right now -- police in san francisco are
a double-decker tour bus, nine people injured, including two children, that crash coming about a month after another double-decker sightseeing bus went out of control in san francisco also, hit a cyclist. it's official,
star wars has smashed the christmas box office weekend. with more than $49 million in u.s. ticket sales. on friday alone. doubling the early record sets by sherlock holmes bac in 2009. now projected to reach the $1 billion mark by the end of the weekend. >> you still haven't seen it? you work for disney. >> i know. i know. >> come on. you haven't seen it, either? >> no. >> rachel? >> no. i meant to do it yesterday. >> wow. let me tell you what's coming up on the show, getting your finances in order for the new year, ways to cut the clutter from banking to your bills.
credit card fraud. but first, caught on camera, police are hunting for a pair of women who may have pulled off an audacious heist. >> they met a pro nba star and partied with him into the wee hours in the morning. now, police are investigating whether they made off with some serious loot after leaving his home. abc's marci gonzalez here with the latest. >> reporter: this is a guy who makes about $5 million a year, exactly the kind of target police say criminals go after in this type of plot they're seeing all too often. this morning, police are looking for these two women, they say may have pulled off a racy heist, stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of jewelry from new york knicks according to police the 24-year-old nba forward met the women at new york city's up and down nightclub
women leaving the club. after an hour and a half, the women left and williams said he later noticed $617,000 worth of rolex, three diamond rings and three gold chains all gone. >> he should have had this locked up. you shouldn't just bring any random girl home, especially if you're a celebrity. >> reporter: police still haven't identified the women, for now, calling them persons of interest. investigators believe this may not have been the first time they pulled off this kind of crime. >> i'd be shocked if this is the only robbery this pair has done. >> reporter: the nypd explains they're seeing it more often, women intentionally targeting men in bars and clubs to get into their homes. >> a large majority of the time it doesn't get reported, because people have been caught in a compromising situation. they don't want anybody to know about it. >> and no comment on this from williams and police are still
and for those two women. >> there's something to be said here about being careful at a nightclub. >> yes. >> the dangers of the male ego. adds well. coming up, let's talk weather, now, actually not coming up -- we're not going to a commercial. let's talk about it right now. the weather. a big storm. >> i don't mind a rainy day, but there's such a thing as too much rain. exactly what you're thinking in springfield, missouri, take a look at this car dealership, guys, look at the rows and rows of cars inundated with water. the last thing they want to hear is more rain is on the way. that's the case. high-water rescues are occurring just outside of st. louis. take a look. all from the exact same system. it's one low out here, as the day goes on, it's only expected
its way up into the midwest. it doesn't stop there. right after that, notice, icing conditions. chicago, detroit, your morning commute tomorrow, after that, into the northeast and again, the severe weather threat is still out there today, >> that weather was brought to you by macy's. i'm crossing my fingers for everyone out there traveling today. good luck, get home safely. coming up here on "good morning america" -- the abc news fixer helping out when some golf clubs never made it to the green. some advice you have to hear
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golf clubs to her vacation spot was a stroke of genius -- get it. she ended up needing a caddie. she needed someone in her corner like the abc news fixer. if it's warm, sunny day, or even if it's not, chances are you'll find her on the golf course. here she is on the course, and here just after hitting a hole in one. >> we try to golf every weekend. >> reporter: she lives in wisconsin with her partner steve rosenthal. planned a vacation. they figured they ship their clubs through fedex rather than drag them through the airport. they bought extra coverage just in case their gear got lost. >> i started watching the tracking numbers on their website. >> reporter: but then, bad news, fedex had whiffed. >> they did find a set of golf
wisconsin. >> reporter: remember, she was in california for the sole purpose of golfing and now with no gear. she rented clubs and bought shoes and balls and gloves. when they got home, they tried to recoup their losses. but fedex denied the claim twice. >> she said the claim was denied because the clubs were not lost or damaged. >> reporter: it was time to call in the abc news fixer. >> stephanie called me back. >> reporter: to see if she got her out of the bunker. >> hi, i'm stephanie, the fixer. >> reporter: par for the course, our fixer got right to work. >> this is what we shipped them in and it just locks. >> reporter: the fixer asked fedex to take another look. the company wanted some additional receipts. but in just a few days they had it all straightened out. cutting a check for $318.56. the shipping costs and her incidentals.
wish to comment, they also sent a handwritten note apologizing for the inconvenience. >> it's fixed. thank you, abc news fixer. >> when you ship an item, be sure to ask about the shipping company's guarantee. fedex will guarantee shipments up to $100 unless you purchase extra coverage. and be sure to read the terms very carefully, many companies have special rules when you ship things like artwork and jewelry. and thir keep organized. keep records and receipts. >> good to know. if you have a consumer problem for the abc news fixer you can find her at abcnews.com/fixer. she's already recovered $1.7 million for frustrated customers. maybe she'll your fix your problem right here. >> ron was watching that story like a hawk.
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and this morning, on the "weekend download," we're helping you to jump-start your january, re-evaluate your finances and make some changes that can set you up for success in 2016. what's a good first step toward getting our financial houses in order in the new year? >> number one thing you want to do, ron, cut the clutter. get rid of the bills. get all the things. go to autopay.
if you have e-mails, subscribing to services you're not using you want to unsubscribe. >> it seems like every day we're getting e-mails from scrammers, credit card fraud, how can you protect yourself from these kind of scams? >> this is so important, ron. identity theft cost americans $25 billion a year. there's great app right there, that's free, and they track all of your payments, all your charges coming out of your credit cards. they alert you if something inappropriate is going on. >> okay, i got to confess, i haven't checked my credit report in five years. bad idea, how often should you? >> not the best idea, ron. you can check your credit report once every year, what you're looking for is errors. you want to check for accounts you may not recall setting up. >> okay, happy new year to you, rebecca. guys, back to you. >> check your credit report, ron, good advice. >> good advice, throughout.
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"good morning america" is brought to you by macy's. all right, it's time for "pop news." sara is out and we're very lucky and very happy to have rachel smith. >> oh, thank you. good to see you, man. >> likewise. >> great to have you back. guys, first up, hey, i'll explain. the band 5 seconds of summer really knows how to heat things up. and here's the proof, the boys posing in their birthday suits on "rolling stone" magazine and bearing all in but, this is being called their most candid interview, ever.
away the crowd during "good morning america's" summer condition sert series. some fans took to twitter to criticize the group. others are skeptical the wild claims are really true. >> hard to believe. >> they're young kids. so -- interesting. you should read it for sure. anyway, the mother of a "star wars" fan just gave her son the ultimate gift -- and all the better that it's more than 30 years late. so crazy. it seems dear old mom forgot to give him this luke skywalker action figure and with the force awakens opening, the timing was perfect. everything is old again. that's what i'm hearing. >> it's filled with huge nostalgia buttons. >> references from -- we did a little research there.
at kmart. our toy expert estimates that old luke is worth about $300. >> a toy expert. >> this sounds like that would have happened at my house. i have to say, my mom, here's a gift from over 30 years ago. >> i think it's awesome. the guy is like, i'm not giving it up. next up, guys, proof that celebrities they're just like you and me during the holidays. katy perry posting a hilarious instagram video on christmas morning. take a look. i mean, a little silly string action. >> who did this to her? >> i guess a friend, who knows. jennifer aniston and justin theroux hitting the slopes and
they adorable family op. just so beautiful and justin timberlake on instagram calling his son the greatest christmas gift ever. >> as a new father, you always post the adorable moments. >> and you have had good holiday photos lately. your son's got some cute cheeks. >> carefully curated. >> and filtered? >> they're filtered. >> nothing like seeing folks having fun and very casual during the holidays with their families. and finally, guys, speaking of babies the new hottest member of the extended duggar family, celebrating his first kri mass, spurgeon, looking so cute in his santa hat. later on, she shared this photo of the guy looking more alert. >> is that a cardigan he's
it's kind of awesome. guys, if you have been following her journey to motherhood, it was a long and even scary at some points. all playing out on their tlc show. >> the end was just solid, he was there and stuck by her side and it was really sweet. >> and you can catch the third and final episode of jill and jessa counting on tonight. on tlc. >> congratulations to them and thank you very much for coming in on this holiday weekend. >> oh, what a treat. thanks for joining us as well. cecilia, appreciate it. >> thank you guys. we'll see you later.
max and the coach with you. saturday night in philadelphia, the unthinkable. washington after a 2-4 start, a chance to win the nfc east. kirk cousins, he's been playing lights out and saturday was no different. first quarter, jordan reed, his second touchdown. murray, nine catches. third quarter, key play of the game, demarco murray fumbles. deangelo hall, fifth career fumble returned for a touchdown. the eagles would get no closer. fourth quarter, kirk cousins. pierre garcon, look at the beautiful pass. four touchdowns for cousins and the redskins are going to the playoffs as nfc east champs. six bowl games saturday, including the new era pinstripe bowl. indiana/duke. overtime, duke hit their field goal.
max and the coach. starting right now on abc's "this week" -- the year of trump. this morning, jon karl's exclusive face to face interview with the brash billionaire. on the heels of yet another controversy. this time, for that graphic slang. >> we shouldn't let anybody bully h way into the presidency. how donald trump shook up the campaign in 2015.