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hillary. he says hillary is to blame. >> hillary clinton created isis with obama. and angry protesters in iran, storming the saudi embassy, setting it on fire. tonight, iran threatening divine vengeance. and the home trashed by a renter. what you need to know before you offer up your home. and, greatest game. the college team, losing their star quarterback, falling behind, then launching one of the biggest comebacks in history. did the winning coach's superstitious move give them a leg up? thanks for joining us this sunday. i'm tom llamas.
occupation of government property in oregon. it began with a peaceful march, but tonight, armed protesters have taken over a federal wildlife refuge. and leading the charge, a family to stranger to facing down the feds. the fbi is watching closely, neal karlinsky starts us off from oregon. >> reporter: seizing a federal building, angry at the government. >> when government steps outside of its bounds, it's the duty of the people to put that government back in its place. >> reporter: the takeover following this rally yesterday. militia marching through this remote, snowy area of oregon, carrying flags, tossing pennies representing citizens taking
now, they're saying they're ready to use force if necessary. >> i'm at the compound the militia has taken over. there appear to be 50 to 80 militia members here. they've blocked off roads, and several members are carrying handguns. they also have manned a guard tower. >> reporter: one of the grievances, the sentencing of two local ranch owners for arson. bundy, along with his father, cliven bundy, were involved in a standoff with the government two years ago. now, he says they've brought in genere tors. >> this is rightfully owned by
>> reporter: local schools have closed for the week. and the sheriff warning people to stay away. accusing them of attempting to overthrow the government. >> bringing in a militant view, saying we're going rise up if we don't get our way, we're going to use armed resistance, that's just not right. >> reporter: the local ranchers say they plan to turn themselves in peacefully monday morning. but authorities are monitoring it closely. four weeks until the first state weighs in with the iowa caucus. but donald trump is looking beyond the primaries, and taking on hillary clinton. here's mary bruce. >> reporter: forget his republican rivals, tonight
against hillary clinton. saying she spread terror, not dy diplomacy diplomacy. he's also shrugging off an appearance in a recruiting video from al shabaab. tonight, he says it comes with the territory. and he's pointing a finger back at clinton and her husband. >> he's in a propaganda, and they really put him down as a degenerate. >> reporter: citing this video. >> republicans tend to have a particular fixation on blaming president obama and me for everything that happens in the world. >> reporter: her message to
>> you hear all this rhetoric, attacking muslims and muslim americans. it's counterproductive. >> reporter: and a preemptive tweet from trump. do you remember when bill worked long and hard for hillary? now bill is out again. just watch. and the popular former president will give his wife a big boost on the trail tomorrow. >> thank you. overseas to growing tensions between two muslim giants in the east. saudi arabia has severed tied with iran. as abc's alex marquardt reports, this conflict is centered around religion, but also politics.
air outside a saudi embassy in iran. protests spending around the world. angry chants and flag-burning. shiite muslims outraged at the execution by saudi aarabia of nimr al nimr. the furious response, showing -- >> this is going to make a broken, angry and dysfunctional middle east even more broken, angry and dysfunctional. >> reporter: warning they will face divine revenge. the cleric had railed against
he was executed alongside 46 others, most of them accused al qaeda militants. the u.s. criticized the executions, and now saudi arabia announced it has cut ties with iran. tom? >> alex, thank you. tonight, israel has indicted two jewish extremists for an arson attack that killed a palestinian boy and his parents. the attacks fueled a wave of palestinian palestinian knife attacks. and the mighty mississippi turning this illinois neighborhood into an island
this town of olive branch now reachable only by boat after a levee breach. indra petersons reporting in from the flood zone. >> reporter: tonight, the toll from the devastating floods is growing. in illinois, authorities recovering the second body of two teenagers whose truck was swallowed by rising waters. hardest-hit this weekend, alexander county, illinois. the ohio river has already crested. the mississippi, now threatening. >> it's the worst we've seen in alexander county. >> reporter: today, this this home. a flashback to the record floots
>> my mom, she's older, and this is where she lives, and this is where she wants to stay. >> reporter: expected to crest thursday. reaching louisiana in the next two weeks. a rare winter scare for the communities in the south dreading what's coming their way. residents hoping for the best. if you look at the map, the water is making its way to the south. memphis expecting to see all of the water cresting in the airreaarea. add a week to that, greenville, vicksburg, all this heading your way. and baton rouge, all the water starting from a huge rain event a month prior will be in the area. and it's hard to believe that
the temperatures by monday and tuesday, you're going to feel the chill out there. teens and even single digits is what you'll be feeling into the northeast by the time you wake up on tuesday morning. be ready for the cold. >> thanks. next, to an oklahoma neighborhood shattered by a powerful explosion. people waking up to the noise and flames. today, it's clear some homes are so damaged, families won't be able to return. here's phillip mena. >> reporter: after a home exploded into pieces early saturday morning, the force of the blast so strong, it measured
>> the whole house is gone. >> reporter: incredibly, a man sleeping inside the house survived. he remains hospitalized. moments after a fire, the explosion. neighbors could smell a problem. >> i told my dad that i smell natural gas, and my next thought was, something exploded. >> reporter: we've seen dangerous gas explosions before, like this one in new jersey. safety experts say if you smell natural gas at home or in your neighborhood, that means immediate danger. get out, do not turn on any lights, and call 911. phillip mena, abc news, new york. president obama is back at the white house tonight after
arriving home after visiting the president's native hawaii. the president says he's fired up for his final year in office. first up, a meeting about what he can do about gun violence. and in san bernardino, california, tomorrow, some of the buildings where the shoot shootings happened are set to reopen. county workers will gather tomorrow to remember those lost. and a huge story out of the world of sports. everyone will remember this alamo bowl. there's so much more to the victory victory. here's clayton sandell. >> reporter: this amazing come from behind win is not what many saw coming for texas christian university.
in bowl history. >> reporter: against oregon in the alamo bowl saturday, tcu was down 31-0, and down on its luck, a ton of injuries and a starting quarterback benched after allegedly getting in a bar fight. so, they turned to their backup quarterback, his very first start. he says he wasn't worried. >> at half-time, nobody had no doubt we could take it to three overtimes and win. >> reporter: nobody, except for maybe head coach gary patterson. at half-time, he changed from black to tcu purple. the team battled back, and in the third overtime, the quarterback ran the ball himself to score a touchdown. >> it was 31-0, and tcu wins, 47-41.
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here's lauren lister. >> reporter: tonight, this oakland, california, couple, cleaning up from a new year's party they didn't throw. >> tons of the booze in the kitchen, beer cans and broken glass in the house. >> reporter: a rager thrown by their airbnb guest. renting their home to a man that said he would be in the area visiting family and friends. in reality, the couple says the renter was a teen that was apparently throwing their 18th birthday party. luckily, the couple got a text from a concerned neighbor. a spokesman for the company saying we have zero tolerance
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finally tonight, two hero scouts with a story to tell. when their scout leader was attacked by a bear, they stayed do. here's marci gonzalez. >> climbing, first aid. >> reporter: there's not a badge for the kind of bravery it took for these scouts to help save their scout leader from a bear attack. >> i thought it was a serious situation, he may not make it out alive if we don't do something. >> reporter: they were part of a small group hiking in new jersey jersey, when a black bear grabbed their leader by the leg and pulled him inside. >> i thought he was joking, and then i heard the bear and he
so, i called 911. >> reporter: their boy scout training kicked in. calling 911. throwing food towards the cave to try to lure the bear out. and coming up with a plan to the woods. >> do you want us to make a signal fire? fire. >> reporter: the fire, and their dog barking, scaring the bear off. >> it was very scary, yeah. overpowered by purpose. >> if we don't make it out alive, i love you guys. >> reporter: and they did make it out alive. including their leader, who took to heart their oath, to help people at all times. york. >> two brave brothers. "gma" first thing in the morning, and david muir right back here at night. i'm tom llamas in new york.
good night.members of the iowa national guard are in missouri tonight, helping communities along the mississippi recover from recent flooding. i'll have the details coming up in a live report. new leadership is about to take office in waterloo in cedar falls as new mayors will lead the city this month. with his poll numbers falling sharply and two staffers leaving the campaign, ben carson talked about why so many changes have taken place. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at 5:30. with at least 24 people dead
missouri and illinois --- the last week has been unforgettable for people in that region... this week, iowans with the 334th brigade support battalion of the iowa national guard are doing what they can... as the water pulls back to reveal what's been lost. kcrg-tv9's brea love joins us live tonight from high ridge missouri --that's about 25 miles southwest of st. louis brea, tell us what you're seeing... a set of soldiers just finished a 12 hour shift and now a now another is fresh and ready to continue bringing safe water to the citizens of high ridge. troops are pumping the water from fire hydrants in the area and transporting it directly to the water towers for the town 65 hundred residents. the soldiers haven't had much contact with those who live here but i'm told they've seen my honks and