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good morning, america. super soaker. what is left of hurricane patricia still spreading misery from the south to the northeast. this bus stranded on the way to school. 20 students rescued. roads underwater and the storm now taking aim at new york and new england. new polls this morning show donald trump falling behind as ben carson surges to a double-digit lead in iowa. one day before their big face-to-face showdown. while jeb bush huddles with his family. is the debate his best chance to revive his campaign? caught on camera. a police officer slams a student and her desk to the ground, dragging her to the front of the class and arresting her. >> put your hands behind your back. >> a community outraged. the officer banned from school property. what the sheriff is saying this morning. and hero helicopter crew. a news team becoming part of the story, racing to save victims
trapped after a plane crash in the everglades. they capture dramatic images right after impact. >> we have three patients. one patient's going to be a trauma. >> eme and good morning, america. what an incredible story out of florida. take a look right there. you see that plane crash. well, our news crew from wplg down in miami was out flying, going on a story when they spotted this wreckage. they went down, went into action, saved the people on board that aircraft. amazing story. we're going to hear from the crew ahead. >> good thing an engineer happened to be on board that helicopter. we begin with that storm taking aim at the northeast. the remains of hurricane patricia not finished making life miserable for millions of americans. dumping flooding rain from texas into the florida panhandle and now moving north.
and ginger, of course, is following all of that for us this morning. >> i'll start us off in east baton rouge where the sheriff's office took these photos. students that were with on a bus got caught up. they couldn't get through the flash flooding. they put them on a truck and then they couldn't get the truck through the splash flooding. so they had to rescue them off of there. thankfully, everybody okay. but a lot of this fueled from the remnants of patricia. mississippi, alabama. this morning mostly west florida up to southern indiana and ohio that's where the storm is now. but it will move quickly tonight into the early morning hours, pennsylvania, new york, washington, d.c., will get it by tomorrow morning. then it's out of here. but it drops up to three inches of rain, especially in some of the higher elevations. i'll be back talking about snow on the west coast in just a couple of minutes so don't go anywhere. >> and three inches of rain. okay, ginger, thanks. the race for president. "your voice, your vote" and counting down to the next big republican debate tomorrow night. a new poll in iowa shows ben carson opening up a double-digit lead on donald trump.
while jeb bush tries to get back in the game with help from his family. abc's tom llamas has all the latest. good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. let's take a look at these numbers. you can see dr. ben carson with a commanding lead over trump, 32% to 18%. not only that, carson is the first or second choice for 51% of likely voters in that critical state. new motivation for trump to highlight the difference between himself and carson at tomorrow's debate. for months donald trump seemed unstoppable. but this morning, more proof his campaign is struggling in iowa. now, three polls showing dr. ben carson is the new front-runner in the hawkeye state. >> i'm number two in iowa. i said, i don't believe it. one's bloomberg, they hate me. the other one is a superliberal newspaper "the des moines register" which is third rate. totally third rate. >> reporter: trump not ready to surrender his position, describing the former neurosurgeon as sleepy. >> my energy levels are perfectly fine. as i have said many times. there have been many times when
i've operated for 12, 15, 18, 20 i've operated for 12, 15, 18, 20 hours. >> reporter: this morning, trump dealing with more than just a surging carson. some pointing out that trump who celebrated his wealth on the campaign trail by signing dollar bills, may be too out of touch with middle and working class voters after saying this. >> i started off in brooklyn. my father gave me a small loan of a million dollars. >> reporter: trump defending it, saying a million isn't very much compared to what he's built. one of trump's rivals jeb bush struggling with finances would love a million bucks right now. bush huddled with family and loyal donors at this texas hotel trying to reassure them that experience will trump the outsider. bush has said his 91-year-old father is so mad about trump, he sometimes throws shoes at the tv when he's on. when he threw out the first pitch at a recent playoff game, his wife barbara had a campaign sticker right on her walker. and going back to those poll numbers out of iowa many credit the carson surge to his numbers
with evangelicals, those voters connecting with carson. it's those same type of voters that helped the last two republican winners in iowa, rick santorum and mike huckabee, who, george, as you know, are still many the race, as well. >> yes, but they're lagging behind. thanks. let's talk to matt dowd right now. our political analyst and start out with donald trump behind carson in iowa. see him going after carson, his low energy. even raising questions about his religion. will this work? >> i think this is a unique territory for donald trump because he's now in second place in a state the first time in over 100 days and he's never faced this before. he's also never faced somebody like ben carson in this and his ability to attack him in the same way he attacked jeb bush and others. ben carson just doesn't respond. what donald trump doesn't want to become is the frank burns to a trapper john, who is the doctor at "m.a.s.h." that's what donald trump has to fear. >> he started out as the front-runner, jeb bush, and now
in the middle of the pack. facing a course correction. what went wrong? >> i think the premise of his campaign was probably off from the beginning. i think jeb bush's problem is both the jeb part and the bush part. bush part is that people don't, many republicans like the bush family but do not want bush as a third term in the course of this. and the other part, jeb's performance on the trail has been underwhelming, by most people's accounts. at the last two debates and even in speeches it's been underwhelming in the course of the campaign. he has to change that. that's why the debate coming up is so important. >> his team is starting to raise questions about marco rubio, senator from florida, they're calling him the gop obama. >> yeah, it's interesting to me. this is a brash young rookie like in "any given sunday" taking on the experienced, sort of aging quarterback. and they don't like it at all. they thought this was their time. and this other senator from florida, the same state, he's taking on terms, and actually becoming more popular, is both personally upsetting and may impact the race. >> matthew dowd, thanks very much. robin? we turn to dramatic new details from that whale-watching tour that left at least five
people dead. one person is still missing and abc's neal karlinsky is on the scene for us on vancouver island. good morning, neal. >> reporter: robin, good morning. we're learning a lot of new information about just what went on out there. one of the women in the water at the time was apparently pregnant. two others clung together for survival, sharing a single lifejacket between them. this morning, just the top of the huge "leviathan ii" visible above water. and our first look at some of the survivors just minutes after being plucked from the water, huddled under a tarp exhausted. 13 owe their lives to ken brown and his partner, who saw an emergency flare go up and raced towards it. >> we saw the flare and knew we were going to assist and help. >> reporter: survivors in the water clinging to whatever they could find, parts of the boat or even rocks. >> we picked up one guy that was hanging off the sunken boat by -- i don't know what he was hanging on to, the door or side of the boat or what. but he was hanging on for dear life.
>> reporter: we journeyed out to see the 65-foot whale-watching boat that went down with 27 people on board. you can just make out the name "leviathan ii." look at it. they've towed it off into the cove and the rcmb has been guarding it and have had divers in the water as well. five british citizens never made it out of the water alive. a sixth person remaining missing. but 21 people did survive the 30 minutes of hell in 55-degree water, not knowing if anyone would come for them. officials with the whale-watching company which has run boat tours in these waters for 0 years, don't understand what went wrong. >> again, we are all deepened saddened this has happened. our sincerest thoughts and prayers to everyone affected by this. >> reporter: the cause remains unknown. an investigation is ongoing. survivors said it just seemed to go down without any warning at all. george? >> thanks, neal. the latest on the battle against isis. president obama set to decide whether to put more troops
closer to the battle even on the ground in syria. and abc's cleef chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz in washington with the details. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, george. the administration is weighing a number of options that could expose our troops to more danger. one option is using forward air controllers on the ground to call in air strikes. that makes it easier to find and confirm targets. and "the washington post" is reporting that the president will also consider putting a small team of special operations troops on the ground in syria with those moderate syrian rebels to advise and assist, george. >> martha, this comes after the death of one of those troops in that raid on the isis prison last week. >> reporter: it could be very similar. the options in iraq and syria would not, on paper, put the u.s. forces in direct combat. but as we have seen, that is always a possibility, george. >> okay. martha raddatz, thanks very much. all right. and now to that deadly homecoming parade crash in oklahoma. the driver is now being held on $1 million bond.
abc's ryan owens is in stillwater, oklahoma, with the latest. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, robin. as this college town mourns, the suspect made her first court appearance. the judge agreed with the district attorney that she's a direct threat to this community. but her family is coming to her defense, saying there's more to this story. the driver caught on tape plowing into a homecoming parade. 25-year-old adacia chambers is being held on a million dollars bond this morning. in court monday she appeared via video from the jail. only the judge could see her. not even her own family. >> the little girl i raised wouldn't have been -- done something like this. >> reporter: prosecutors are awaiting toxicology results but they believe chambers was high on drugs when she got behind the wheel saturday morning, killing 4 and injuring a staggering 47 others at oklahoma state university. >> we're gonna need a bunch of help.
>> reporter: chambers' father insists his daughter doesn't take drugs. >> i'm not going to believe that until they show me proof. >> reporter: her boyfriend, who saw her the morning of the crash, says she was not impaired when she left for work at this local restaurant. >> i've never seen her take any prescription medication, never used drugs. >> reporter: the district attorney says chambers will be charged with four counts of second-degree murder. one each for the retired professor and his wife, the mba student, and the 2-year-old boy, who lost their lives. the judge ordered a psychological evaluation. her attorney says she's mentally ill and doesn't remember the crash. >> i said, and of the people you collided with, four were killed. and she's like, okay. and that was it. >> reporter: during that court apeern, the prosecutor told the judge, another victim from this crash is in very grave condition at the hospital. and that a a fifth murder charge
may be coming soon. george? >> my goodness, okay, ryan, thanks very much. we're going to turn to that tv news helicopter crew that became part of the story, springing into action when they spotted a small plane crash. abc's mary bruce has the details. >> reporter: a television crew to the rescue. our abc affiliate wplg in the air over ft. lauderdale in their news chopper, sky 10, when they spot the terrifying scene below. a plane carrying two passengers down in the everglades. debris strewn across a swampy marsh. that's the pilot there tuck in the cockpit trapped under the trees. >> we have three patients, one patient's going to be a trauma alert. that's the pilot. he needs to be extricated. >> reporter: with the emergency crews 11 minutes away sky team 10 leaps into action, landing their helicopter, dropping off engineer juan rodriguez to help. >> trying to get into the cockpit and see how we can help and when we saw the pilot, got a bloody face. >> reporter: the plane carrying
two lawyers from a jacksonville law firm. you can see one here trying to comfort the pilot. they both walked away with minor injuries. >> i was in constant contact with air traffic control and they were querying us on the location, the amount of people on board, and their welfare. >> reporter: when first responders arrive, watch as they peel back the front of the plane cutting the pilot out of the wreckage. >> his lower extremities, his legs were entangled underneath that cockpit. how it landed certainly is a testament to the pilot's skill in preventing further injury or even death. >> reporter: once free, he is gingerly placed on a stretcher and air-lifted to a nearby hospital in critical condition. the crew of sky team 10 happy they were in the right place at the right time. >> i don't consider us part of the news. you know, we're helping any way we can. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mary bruce, abc news, atlanta. >> they did help. and we hope that pilot's okay.
now we turn to amy with today's other top stories. new tensions overnight with china. >> that's right, george. a u.s. missile destroyer has entered the south china sea in a disputed island chain that china claims is within its ter tomorr territorial waters. china is calling it illegal and a threat to chinese sovereignty saying it will take all necessary measures to protect its territory. well, the frantic search for survivors is intensifying as the death toll rises from monday's powerful earthquake in afghanistan and pakistan. about 400 people are now confirmed dead. more than 4,000 homes are destroyed or damaged. those numbers are expected to rise as rescue teams reach remote villages impacted. breaking overnight a budget breakthrough in washington could be john boehner's final act as speaker of the house. boehner and other republican leaders have announced a deal with the white house which would avoid a government shutdown and debt crisis. it calls for $80 billion in increased spending.
a final vote could come tomorrow. well, a scare in the tennessee mountains. a couple found this bear breaking into a car in the parking lot, opening the door, jumping in and -- >> oh, the car door -- [ horn honking ] >> -- yep, started beeping the the horn. looking for food before he finally ran away empty-handed. taking a stand against the black friday frenzy. a major retailer is refusing to open on black friday this year. sporting goods store rei won't be opening its doors and won't be processing any sales online either. but the company will pay its employees not to go to work but instead to spend time outdoors. the ceo released this video with his desk in front of a mountain backdrop saying, it's a statement of the company's values to ditch shopping on plaque friday and enjoy the great outdoors instead. >> hear, hear. >> yes, anything -- he says we're all opting out side. >> i like it.
>> you like that? you like that? he's hoping it'll catch on. not sure that's going to work. good for them. >> keep hope alive. thank you, amy. thank you. the wait for the world series is finally over and you have to wait just 30 seconds for a preview. >> it is coming up on 7:17 and we have the first pitch of baseball's fall classic just hours away now. both the mets and the royals looking to break long championship droughts. we're talking going back to the 1980s. abc's t.j. holmes is at kauffman stadium in k.c. for game one.
good morning to you, t.j. >> reporter: yeah, robin. it's finally here. hopefully, we'll get the game in. it's been raining pretty crazy all morning long. thai trying to protect the field. hopefully, mets, and royals, will hit the field tonight. tonight's the night. the mets taking on one of the smallest market teams in the majors. for kansas city, the agony of defeat is fresh. the royals lost last year's world series to the san francisco giants in seven games. let's take a look at the scoreboard. over the course of history, the mets have won the world series twice. the last time was 29 years ago. the royals only grabbed the crown once, 30 years ago. >> there's been so much hope without it coming to fruition and both sides, i think, are eager to try to win the trophy
again. >> reporter: so what can we expect as the teams prepare to face off? >> that is hit well down the line. >> reporter: the mets' power pitchers averaging pitches over 95 miles an hour. and the royals have the majors' best batting average against that speed. but while the royals are stacked with big letters, the mets have a not-so-secret weapon of their own. home run hero daniel murphy. the miracle player on fire with an incredible streak -- scoring home runs in his past six post-season games. and while fans in kansas city are determined to win after last year's defeat -- >> what a great year to be a mets fan. >> reporter: -- mets fans like jimmy kimmel will be holding out hope as the teams take the field tonight. >> do you guys expect this to happen? did you feel like you had a shot at it? >> you got to believe. >> reporter: so if you don't have a dog in the fight, guys, it's hard to root against either one of these teams. you want to pull for them both. both had their droughts. either one.
the bagels of new york, or the barbecue of kansas city. your pick. >> it is hard to root against either one. they are so exciting to watch. both of them. you'll be there every step of the way for us, t.j. holmes. thank you for that. so much more ahead. caught on camera, a police officer violently arresting a student, ripping her from her desk, as you see. what really happened? the sheriff is now speaking out. a deadly mystery, a hollywood assistant's body found after she vacationed on jennifer aniston and justin theroux's honeymoon. the mystery is growing this morning. and a brand-new tire warning that could affect millions of americans. brian ross standing by with a first of its kind investigation. come on back. me on back.
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>> we'll take you to bay point where this crash is finally cleared. it was also a road rage incident. quite the spectacle westbound side near san marco boulevard. 10 miles per hour, heavy traffic leaving this area to concord. on the westbound side at the landfill, we have a sigalert because of a crash. very heavy traffic. and we are quite slow over the pass as well making it into dublin will take you approximately 55 minutes. eric? leyla, thank you very much. when we come back, m
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we welcome you back to "gma" and you're looking at that disturbing video. police officer slamming a student to the ground in a south carolina classroom. the officer is on leave and under investigation right now and we will have much more on that ahead. >> boy, that is a hard one to watch. also new national front-runner in the gop race for president. ben carson pulls ahead of donald trump, the first time in months that trump has not been on top. and the world cup champion u.s. women's national soccer team will be honored at the white house this morning. the team crushed japan, 5-2 in the final, led by carli lloyd's hat trick. >> crushed is the right word. it was wonderful when they had the parade in new york and now they're going to the white house. and i know, jesse, you spent a lot of time with that team. >> i sure did. it was one of the greatest sporting events i have ever been to in my life. magical, magical moment.
>> more on that ahead but we have coming up this morning -- buried alive. it's a psychological test of some sort. it may be going too far. >> yeah, threw snakes in there. it wasn't just about being buried alive but put rats and snakes -- >> it caught even jesse by surprise. >> that is coming up. but first that violent classroom confrontation, a police officer on duty at a high school caught on camera slamming a student to the ground before arresting her. this video has sparked outrage and an investigation. abc's linsey davis here with the story. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, george. it all started when a spring valley high school teacher told the student to leave the classroom. she refused. that's when the deputy gets called in and things quickly escalate. students we talked to say he has a history of aggression, some reportedly even call him officer slam. this morning, this now viral video of an arrest of a south carolina school is sparking community outrage. >> you're gonna come with me or
am i going to make you? >> reporter: the confrontation all caught on tape, showing a police officer approaching an unidentified female student at her desk monday. watch as the officer grabs the girl's arm, then wraps his own arm around her neck, slamming her and her desk to the ground. >> put your hands behind your back. >> she was causing a disruption in the class. the school resource officer asked her repeatedly to leave with him. she refused. at that point, he put her under arrest. >> reporter: students witnessed the incident during their algebra class, taking out their cell phones and hitting record. >> i was scared, you know, terrified. so that was my first judgment call is get your phone out, so that everything after this is recorded. >> reporter: only one student, niya kenny, decided to step in. a decision that landed her in jail. >> i am traumatized. i could not believe this was going on. they got her out the classroom, and then he came back and he was
like, you want some of this, too? and then he just said, you're going to jail, too. and he put me in handcuffs. >> reporter: overnight, the police department confirming the man's identity as ben fields, the school resource officer who joined the program in 2008. even receiving a culture of excellence award for proving to be an exceptional role model in 2014. the school's website also lists fields as the football team's defensive line coach and strength and conditioning coach. this morning, police are investigating the incident. fields has been placed on unpaid administrative leave and banned from school property. >> my initial reaction is one of shock. very disturbed with it. and i have a lot of questions i want answered. >> reporter: school district officials call the video extremely disturbing, and tell abc news that they are deeply concerned, noting that the district will not tolerate any actions that jeopardize the safety of our students. and this is not the first time the deputy has been under investigation. he's currently facing a lawsuit in federal court accusing him of violating the civil rights of another high school student. fields was also sued in federal court back in 2007.
in that case, a jury ruled in his favor. there's now a request for the fbi to get involved. >> people want to know much more. >> it's hard to explain that one. >> it is disturbing to say the very least. now to that mysterious death. the hollywood assistant found dead after vacationing in bora bora. a top forensic pathologist has been hired to investigate. abc's kayna whitworth has that story for us, good morning, kayna. >> reporter: robin, good morning. the initial reports say that carmel musgrove was swimming by herself. but this morning, questions surrounding her death have prompted those close to her to call in a famous pathologist to investigate. this morning, a mysterious death after a hollywood honeymoon. noted forensic pathologist dr. michael baden looking into the death of carmel musgrove as questions surround her august death in bora bora. the 28-year-old had traveled to the exotic location with her boss, joel silver.
a hollywood heavyweight behind "the matrix" and "lethal weapon." musgrove was one of many there to celebrate the wedding of famed hollywood couple jennifer aniston and justin theroux. a dream vacation until carmel musgrove vanished. hours later, her body washing up on the beach. local officials said the up-and-coming production assistant had drowned. at just 28 years old, musgrove had several movie credits on her resume including associate producer of the 2014 movie "nonstop" that starred liam neeson. >> the bomb will explode in less than half an hour. >> reporter: she was a native of san diego. this morning silver is waiting to hear results from her autopsy. dr. baden has testified in several high-profile cases including ferguson teen michael brown, who was fatally shot by police. musgrove started her career as an intern for silver's production company and worked for him for nearly four years. now, a spokesperson for silver
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we're back at 7:40. back now with a new push to make our roads safer. the government announcing the results of their investigation into potentially dangerous tires. abc's brian ross is here with that. good morning, brian. >> reporter: well, good morning, robin. millions of americans could be driving on tires this morning that look perfectly fine but are old and unsafe. or in many cases, have actually been recalled for safety issues. this morning the national transportation safety board will
release the results of its first of its kind investigation into why that happens. as these safety tests show, even a skilled driver who knows a tire is about to blow cannot keep control. >> what's your emergency? >> yes, i just have seen a bad accident. a little girl swung out on the road. >> reporter: despite a series of recalls, it's something far too many americans learn too late. kristin rose of atlanta was badly injured when a tire on her car fell apart. she was unaware it had been recalled years earlier as unsafe. >> the next thing i know i hear a loud pop and then i mean basically everything just went so -- i mean so fast. it's a big blur. >> reporter: the tire that florida police say was at fault in this church van accident had been under recall for more than a year. but no one knew. two adults died. ten teenagers were hospitalized. that accident helped lead to today's national transportation
safety board investigation of the badly flawed tire recall system. >> when you see 33,000 accidents a year relating to defective tires, we know we have a serious tire problem. and a good piece of that relates to recalls. >> reporter: the ntsb investigation also looked at aged tires. safety engineers say depending on how they're maintained and used they can begin to lose their tread and separate after as little as six years. >> sometimes a consumer will look at a tire and not know that there is an aging problem because the aging problem is not necessarily visible. >> reporter: but no current law or industry standard prevents the sale of aged tires. and an abc news investigation last year found plenty of them for sale, described as perfectly safe. in new york, 8 1/2-year-old tires. in rhode island, 9-year-old tires, in san francisco, tires that were 11 and 15 years old. >> unbelievable, brian. >> yes, indeed. ford, gm, and chrysler all recommend that tires that are more than six years old are replaced.
the industry says there's no real need to have a firm limit on that because of age. but what happens is you get a tire like this and you do a test. you put a coin -- >> that was old school. remember, our dads used to tell us -- >> heads above that's fine. this tire is ten years old and would be considered unsafe by many. only way to find it. you have a code. you see right here. 4105. >> what is 4105? >> that means it was made in the 41st week of 2005 so it's ten years old. but unless you know that code you have no way to figure that out. and sometimes you to climb under the car to find it. because it's on the interior. >> why don't they just put the date? >> very good question. very difficult for drivers, consumers to know how old their tires are and they should. >> i just told you that i have an old car that i keep in connecticut. it has original tires. i am looking for that. >> 20 years old? >> yes. >> get new tires. coming up, fear taken to a whole new level. three people buried alive on live tv. come on back. to the used car br
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what is going on here? >> good morning, lara. this new live tv show takes reality tv to a whole new level six feet under. a terrifying thought for most of us. and that's what the producers are counting on. facing your worst fears in real time. >> you're overcoming your fears, brandon. >> yeah. yeah, you can say that. >> reporter: "fear: buried alive" is reality tv -- >> momma say -- >> reporter: -- billed as a psychological experiment. >> my fear is actually fluffy puppies. can i get a box of fluffy puppies instead? >> reporter: broadcast live on the a&e network. >> they understand anything can happen including the possibility of death. >> reporter: of course this was all about science, right? that's why you had larry david in a lab coat and all those bright screens to make it a little legit. >> his heart rate has increased. >> reporter: turns out being buried alive was just for starters. >> what was your first reaction going down there? >> it's kind of cool. >> reporter: the producers
quickly turned up the heat. >> getting really hot and it's really hard for me to breathe. >> reporter: surprise, surprise for the test subjects. in came snakes. >> whoa, whoa, whoa! >> reporter: and rats. >> i feel him crawling down my leg. ah! >> reporter: and creepy crawlers. >> ah, ah! >> like in the beta waves. >> reporter: the test subjects' family and friends watching in horror. it all got to be too much for one of the three. >> get me out! get me out now! >> can i take you over to -- >> all right, thank you. >> -- the medical tent just to make sure you're okay. >> all right. thank you. >> oh. >> reporter: can you blame the guy? he's had the snake and told the producers in advance he was afraid of snakes. i've got a present for you, lara. >> oh, thank you, thank you. i'll wrap this around your neck. it is unbelievable. a lot of people weighing it on twitter as well. >> yes, indeed some people saying, i can't breathe watching it. my heart rate is pounding 2 gazillion. >> i like this one. this show is so freaking fake,
i'm going to see sasquatch run through the trees right now. #buriedalive. guys, what scares you? >> fake shows. >> wow. >> what do the test subjects get for doing that? >> not enough money in the world. >> and all live like that. >> all live. no way. >> no chance. >> all right. thank you, you two. when we come back at the top of the hour, an abc news exclusive for you. the nba cheerleader who is claiming she's not being paid fairly. is she changing the game for people everywhere? here's a great "improve this!" tip from lowe's. want to make the best jack-o'-lantern? well, try using a cookie cutter and a hammer for perfect pumpkin-carving. to help put the boo into your halloween go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to see more.
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we operate in a complex world with one simple mission. win. ♪ ♪ so wake me up when it's all over ♪ welcome back to "gma" this morning. a dispute over fair pay in a business full of millionaires and billionaires. an nba cheerleader is suing the milwaukee bucks, alleging that the team paid her less than minimum wage. we spoke with her exclusively. and abc's mara schiavocampo is here with her story. good morning, mara. >> reporter: robin, good morning. that dancer has filed a federal class action suit claiming even though that franchise is worth an estimated $600 million, she and the other women weren't even paid enough to live on. it's just the latest battle for cheerleaders' fair pay in the sports world. professional basketball is big business with team salary caps at $70 million. players and coaches often
scoring multimillion-dollar salaries. but this morning, one nba entertainer is calling a foul on low pay. former milwaukee bucks cheerleader lauren herington filing a lawsuit against the team for allegedly being paid less than minimum wage. >> they hold you to such a high standard, but yet that's what they pay you. so it is kind of disheartening. and they expect you to put in so much time and so much effort for it. >> reporter: in the suit, the first of its kind in the nba, herington says dancing for the bucks was more like a full-time job with part-time pay. and that during the 2013-'14 season, she spent hours practicing, prepping, and performing, but was paid only $65 per home game, $30 for practices. and $50 for special appearances, which she claims was an average of $3 to $5 an hour for the time
she worked. well below wisconsin's 7.25 minimum wage. also claiming she was paid nothing for the required maintenance. >> they didn't pay for the haircuts, the nails, the tanning. we're dealing with women that are 19, 20, 21 years old and really don't have the resources to pay for those things. >> reporter: the nfl faced similar claims last year when a former cheerleader sued the oakland raiders. suits against the buffalo bills, the jets, the tampa bay buccaneers, and the cincinnati bengals followed. the bills and the jets' suits are still pending while the others have settled. >> you hear the allegations that some of these women are not even getting minimum wage, i don't think that there's any fan in the country who would say that that's fair. >> reporter: in a statement, the milwaukee bucks tell abc news, "we treat all of our employees fairly including our bucks dancers and pay them fairly and in compliance with federal and state law." the nba also telling us overnight, "we work with our teams to ensure that they comply with all applicable wage and working condition laws."
now, herington is seeking back pay for hours worked but not paid for. her lawyer says another woman has joined the suit and that several others are also considering joining, so, george, we could really see this grow. >> we sure could. okay, mara, thanks very much. moving on now, "dancing with the stars," halloween came early last night. there were some scary good performances. unfortunately, one couple had to get the axe. hayes and emma join us live in a moment. first jesse has a look at all the action. hey, jesse. >> hey, george. the vampires and werewolves were out for blood on the dance floor last night. or at least high scores. take a look. ♪ come with us >> reporter: spook-tacular spectacles. things even getting a little hairy on halloween night on "dancing with the stars". ♪ wake me up inside >> that was franken-sexy, boy. >> reporter: with only five weeks left in the competition, bindi irwin tapping into her spooky side for fright night. she and derek hough holding their reign atop the leaderboard with a perfect score. >> that was an argentine tango
master class. >> yes, yes, yes. >> it was spellbinding dance magic. >> don't get adorable now. stay scary. >> reporter: singer tamar braxton making a bold statement. >> i'm probably the best dancer in the competition. >> reporter: but the judges didn't seem to agree. >> for me there's still a disconnect when you guys dance together. >> you didn't feel that? >> no. >> reporter: but at the end of the show -- >> hayes and emma. >> reporter: -- vine star hayes grier having a fright night. getting sent home after his haunting werewolf waltz. >> this has meant so much to me it's really been a life-changing event. >> reporter: and last night was the first night ever that derek hough has not won the team dance competition, george. >> fun fact from jesse there. okay, hayes grier, emma slater join us. welcome. i was just telling you you caused a lot of upset in my house. my daughter harper heard you got kicked off, sending me a text
saying, no, it can't be. >> oh, thanks, harper. >> and you had such a great waltz last night. how did it feel to go out on a high note? >> you know, it was good. i'm glad that i was able to go out with a bang. it was nice to win the team dance and end derek's streak. you know, i had a lot of fun on the show and i had an amazing partner and took a lot away from it. >> you said last night emma was your best friend. what did you learn working with her? >> i learned how to dance. >> a lot of british, british slang, probably. >> a lot of british slang for sure but she's been great. i couldn't ask for a better partner. >> he really came along, didn't he? >> oh, so much. i think out of everybody on the show it's kind of safe to say he had the most improvement. i took someone with absolutely no dance experience, and he like showed me that he can really progress, and i'm really, really happy. this whole season has been amazing. i adore him. >> and now you're all ready for the prom. >> yeah, i mean, i got a little more than an average prom from doing "dancing with the stars" but it was fun. >> also i think you're the youngest male ever, what, 15. so do you think that worked against him, for him?
>> i think it worked for him. i think that he had so much energy that i actually had to stop him from like climbing up the walls sometimes. yeah. so it really helped him in rehearsal that he didn't peak. he was with me the whole time. he had a lot of focus, so for that i think it was an advantage. >> what was the high point for you, hayes? >> boy, there's definitely ups and downs with being my age and whatnot, so you just kind of find your advantages and use them, and, frankly, i think having emma as my partner, she used me and my age and my demographic to our advantage. and had a great time on "dancing with the stars," and made some really great memories. >> i'll bet you did and i got to ask you about the switchup night. alek skarlatos' broken nose. what happened there? >> i felt so bad, honestly like and when they took him to the hospital, it was just awful. i basically turned and i just clipped him with my elbow, and we heard this awful just crack like sound.
oh, i was devastated. but he -- we're still close. we're still great like friends and i'm glad that he doesn't hate me for -- >> he doesn't hate you. i guess erin trapped you to go on this date maybe? >> we did go on a date, yeah. we'll see. >> we'll see what happened. >> and he danced with a broken nose. >> i should because i kind of broke his nose. >> okay. who's going to go all the way? >> i want to see alek go all the way. not just because i broke his nose. >> there you go. >> you know, you definitely got to root for the people you become close with in the season and i became close to carlos. i got to give it to him. he's doing really well. >> okay. we got a little split right there. great to have you guys on this morning. "dancing with the stars" is on monday at 8:00, 7:00 central right here on abc. now let's go over to amy. >> all right, george. thank you. now to our series "modern romance." and an important question, is facebook helping or hurting your relationship? well, we asked you to share some of your relationship goals and got a wide range of responses making it clear that now more
than ever, what we say and do online is changing how we live our romantic lives. let's face it, social media makes it hard to remain anonymous. >> okay, so after a quick scan of his facebook, twitter, tumblr pinterest and instagram, here's what i know. >> privacy is dead? >> reporter: everyone getting the hashtag treatment. researchers began to ask what effect does social media have on our love lives? >> if i have tagged you and say that i love you, you're tagging yourself in front of all of your friends and all of their friends and family. >> reporter: some of the biggest negative factors include stalking, distrust, and jealousy. but social media is still such a new phenomenon that only a handful of studies have been done and the results decidedly mixed. >> definitely take all of these studies on social media with a grain of salt. >> reporter: for example, one recent study looked at 205 facebook users between the ages of 18 and 82 finding in general that relationships soured for people who had been together for
less than three years and had high levels of facebook use. however, another recent study finds that pairs who share everything from their status to pictures on facebook could be in it for the long haul. all right, here with me now, the author of "the modern girl's guide to life," jane buckingham, and, jane, can you explain that discrepancy? i mean, it seems to counter one another. does facebook or social media help or hurt a relationship? >> well, you know, the study had different criteria, different lengths of relationship, different ages. so you always have to be careful when you look at these things to see what they're based on. you know, we did a study of a thousand 18 to 34-year-olds and what it said was that 81% of people said they were actually fine if their partner never posted about them. so, you know, i think that people really vary in how they feel. and they also said that 33%, they actually never do post about their relationship, so i think some people are actually
much more private than we think. and you have to be careful about your relationship and some people want to be private about it. having said that, 48 president of them did say that they do stalk other people's relationships on social media. so they're looking to see if people are breaking up, what's going on. >> or comparing their relationship to others. >> yes, and i think that is one of the problems, and when we look at sort of the dos and don'ts in your relationships, that's actually one of the first don'ts, which is don't try to keep up with the joneses because i think when you do that, you're always thinking, my partner is not as romantic. >> because people usually only post the beautiful vacation photos and all the amazing things they're doing. >> exactly, and it's cumulative so it's not just your life, it's everybody's life that you're comparing it to. so how could anybody keep up to that? and it's impossible. and then -- >> no one is posting the fights. >> no. everybody's life is perfect on social media, and your life seems really, really boring. and then, you know, i think one of the other don'ts is that
social media makes it so much easier, frankly, to be bad, to cheat. you know, the analogy i use is like dieting. i could barely keep my hands off this candy for five minutes, so if you download -- yeah, right, no, not yet. but if you download the bad apps and if you download the things that make it easier to have temptation in front of you, then you're going to be naughty, so don't. >> there are some app recommendations you do have for couples online. these are really interesting ones that i didn't know about. >> yeah, they're sort of fun. one is fix a fight. so if you and i get into a fight or your partner and you get into a fight, you can just sort of download it. now, look, it's not going to replace in person. if you're away or feeling like you're in trouble, then you do that. you can look at the intensity, wasn't too bad, this one. and then there's another one called avocado where you can kind of send your spouse or partner a happy face. this i love. i'm obsessed with calendaring so you can sort of calendar with your partner. and then also for android, there's one called lockbox. so on their lock screen, you can
send them a little heart. you can send them something to let them know that you're thinking about them. >> even if you don't have words, maybe you just have a heart or an emoji. >> a heart, a "hi." you know, don't treat them like you do your co-worker. don't treat them like you do your best friend. don't do a dtg or winkie face. >> i don't even know what that means. >> that's all right. i'll teach you later. don't do something that makes them feel like someone else. do something that makes them special. >> that in person thing can't be replicated. jane, thanks. ginger, i'm saving candy for you. >> good. because i see that temptation and i will bite. this is reagan from north carolina, and these ladies are kansas city royals fans. they're royals fans. get 'em, mets. they said keep it quiet. not that quiet, but let's go ahead and talk about the forecast, which also is not quiet, from kansas city all the way through tennessee and kentucky this morning. check out what's happening by tomorrow morning and afternoon. it moves into west virginia, pennsylvania, new york even, and some areas could see more than 3 inches of rain.
good morning, i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco with your bay area microclimate forecast. the radar is going to be active today, but you can see how high the clouds are. up to about 17,000 feet. we are going to have mainly gray conditions today with sprinkles. a better chance for showers tomorrow. and some weekend sunshine that's going to bring us warmth, much warmer than today. 60s along the coast in san francisco. low to upper 70s for the rest of us. my accuweather seven-day forecast, coolest tomorrow, but another chance for rain sunday and monday >> what a great day out here. hey, by tomorrow, it's rain. so you guys got a good one. lara? >> all right, ginger. thank you. and come on in, because "pop news," everybody. and we begin with this guy, ed sheeran. well, he is a good friend. i mean a really good friend. listen to what he did. he just opened up about his biggest hit revealing that he co-wrote "thinking out loud" with a childhood friend to help her with her financial troubles. his pal, amy, stopped by ed's
house to ask him if he'd include a song that they had written years ago on his upcoming album which is "x," which is now out so that she could make a little money, had to pay her mortgage and pay some bills. while she was there they ended up writing "thinking out loud" and now, well, amy never has to worry about money again. >> wow. >> that song has sold over 4 million copies in the u.s. alone. and, guys, it's the most streamed song of all time. on spotify. >> it is so good. the first time i heard it, i was like, this song is amazing. >> yeah. >> it is so good. >> it really is. it's such a beautiful song and two great friends wrote it. >> yeah. >> i want to help him on a song. i got some mortgages that i could use help with. >> you said mortgages, with an "s." that you need help with? that's a problem. >> i got to write a lot of songs. maybe an album. [ laughter ] >> all right. you get working on that, and i'm going to. you guys in on what else is going on in "pop news." while the rest of you all might
be wishing on a lucky star, i myself will be wishing probably with amy, on comet lovejoy. comet lovejoy is also known as the happy hour comet because -- >> now it all makes sense. >> -- astronomers say as it hurtles through space, it leaves behind a wake of alcohol and sugar. a team of scientists at nasa and several european agencies studying the atmosphere and the glow of comet lovejoy say at peak activity, lovejoy was releasing the equivalent of 500 bottles of wine a second. >> that's a party. >> the taste, out of this world. >> is this one of those "pop news" investigations? >> yes, it is. i am going to space. >> forget the poison and all the other things it was spewing, as well, formaldehyde. and all that other stuff. >> good-bye, cruel world. i'm off to comet lovejoy. >> exactly. >> i'll be happy out there by myself. and finally, this might make you happy. you know that feeling -- go ahead, roll it -- where you just don't want to get up.
it's like, come on. you got to get up. well, come on. >> get up. we've got to go play. let's go. >> he's either trying to wake him up or he's trying to give him dog cpr. there's that. it's a massage. it's a massage. >> that other dog -- >> it's whatever you want it to be. >> that other dog is not feeling it. >> but maybe you'll be feeling this, jesse. one more video for you all. >> yes, animal videos. >> it's the twerking turtle. >> is that a toothbrush? >> yeah, that always gets me twerking. [ laughter ] >> drop the mike. >> yeah, that's it. >> drop the mike. >> we're going to be back at 8:30. >> thank you, everybody. greetings from planet lovejoy.
good morning, i'm eric thomas. happening today, san jose tackles a growing problem. the city council will consider a fine for people who dump trash on public or private property. the city report says the amount of illegally dumped material has risen 75% over the past three years. officials want the council to impose $1,000 fines for the first offense. by the third violence, the fine reaches $3,000. san jose is the only major bay area city for no fines for illegal dumping. here's an update now on the tuesday morning commute with leyla gulen. >> looks like traffic is here on 680 very heavy. 31 minutes from highway 4 to the 24 junction. taking you farther north, this is westbound along 80 past hercules. we have a bus crash here, it's
returns but nothing is reaching the ground. we may have sprinkles across the north bay. the better chance of wet weather ♪ put me in coach game on of the world series matchup kicks off in kansas city tonight. the mets taking on the rois. leads us to the countdown of the "top 5." if your team didn't make it to the championship we have possibly your mascot. a real list, you guys, of the top five mascots in baseball. at number five you'll see him at the world series as part of the dynamic duo right now, please welcome, everybody, live here on "gma," mrs. met, mrs. met. look at her. legit, number five. very elusive. don't see mrs. met a lot. you see mr. met. >> i like the ponytail. you look good. >> there you go. hi, mrs. met, number two he'll
lead the charge against you guys in the world series, the kansas city royals very own sluggerrr. >> he's ready. >> yeah. >> i love sluggerrr. these guys are big sluggerrr fans. number three looks a little like mrs. met. like a distant cousin, mr mr. redlegs from the senate reds. >> you know redlegs. >> mr. redlegs and his posse look lire they're getting it on there. the second at bat number two, bernie the brewer. >> a lot of mustaches. >> who could be number one mascot. don't look at the prompter. you peeked. >> i read it earlier. >> the number one mascot according to our list, the phil phillie phanatic. i don't know who made the list. so, please, this is not us choosing those. we want to know what you think. go to "gma's" facebook, twitter,
let us know your top five and we may count them down. robin, let's get inside to you. >> good thing we went with the phillie phanatic. i'm here with brooke burke charvet. she dazzled us, of course, "dancing with the stars." now showing off her skills in the kitchen hosting a new show. it's brilliant called "breaking bread with brooke burke." i love the idea of the show. i want to show everybody a little bit of a clip, first of all. you spoke with jane seymour, a dear, dear friend. let's take a look. >> did you get into the kitchen with your mother as a young girl? >> absolutely and to this day, my sisters and i cook all the time. it's like a joke because whenever we get together, the first thing that happens is we kind of get the chopping boards out and we obsess about what are we going to eat today? >> you learn so much about somebody when you talk about food. it's like a walk down memory lane, isn't it? >> through their palette and the reason i love the show so much
it's about food and how it connects us but so much of it is go love and family traditions and values and how one grew up and where they are today and how that -- those memories sort of transition and i grew up with a 5:00 family dinner every day. i counted on that. i have that with my family. and thas t's the memory of meal and recipes we pass on is so meaningful. >> we always gravitate to the kitchen. >> the conference room. i spend most of my time in the kitchen mostly with breakfast. david's mom is french and taught me how to make amazing crepes and i threw probably 20 of them away before i perfected it so i like to come down in the kitchen on the weekends with the kids. it's all in the wrist, too. if shia was here he's. better than i am. >> don't we have video of your son? >> we do. you know what i love about that video and learned it from carnie wilson, don't be afraid to throw it away or let it screw up. he's so good. it fell on the floor and he was like, oh, my gosh, are you going
to get upset with me. i said you have to laugh it off. he likes them with a little nutella and strawberries and put different types of fruit on the crepes so you can sneak in the health can stuff. what i love about this, you make extra so on a busy morning i have excess batter in the fridge. >> you talk about those shortcuts to take especially as busy -- >> i'm a busy mom so i love the homemade breakfast but if i prep in advance i cut up the fruit, if i make extra batter the next day i can throw it in the kitchen with them, they love it. >> perfect idea and don't have to say, no, i don't have time for the homemade breakfast. yummy, delicious and homemade. >> on the go -- >> i never skip breakfast. this sets me up. my winter smoothie so every mom needs a great breakfast even on the go, almond milk, dates that give it a little sweetness, almond butter. this is maka, gives you amazing energy and a little bit of
cinnamon, an antioxidant and i freeze pears so preprepared, put them in the freezer. >> may i taste it. >> look at this. >> easy, it's a few seconds. i can make extra for the kids. >> the taste test. >> cheers for the morning for setting us up for success. >> i love how the dates give it a tad of sweetness there. you found a way to stay connected with your friends all during the day. >> that's what the show is about. how we stay connected through food. i love lunch box love notes. have a great day, good luck on your test. i miss you. love mommy. i sneak them in there andt gives them a little love when we're separated. they look forward to this so much and sometimes they'll put a yoke on the back. just a little x and o and reminds them mommy is thinking about them even when i'm at work and they're at school. easy to do. >> must haves for every pantry. >> what i learned on the show working with a bunch of different chef, it's the same ingredients all over the world. it's just how you put it together, salt, olive oil and garlic, you can mix up a
chicken, a sauce, make a great eggs. it's simple flavors and don't have to be intimidated. that's what i like to tell moms. you don't have to be a chef. you can figure it all out >> that's the beauty of cooking, brooke. you know, you just get in there and there's something that -- a connection with all of us. >> i enjoy it and it's the love that you put in and those memories you share with the family and it's that, you know, the energy that goes into that that you can, you know, bring it home. i hope my children will remember that because i do. >> and they're going to remember you showing them with the darn. >> drop the crepe on the floor. >> continued blessings in all that you do and thank you. >> i really appreciate it. >> looking forward to the show. "breaking bread with brooke burke" can be seen exclusivelien 0 the feelin' online streaming service and get the recipes at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! >> thanks so much, robin. back to lara. >> we'll eat good. i want to try the crepes. thank you. we are counting down to the "gma" halloween super party.
it is now just three days away. but first this morning we'll yahoo your day with tricks for costumes that will get you treated like a star. here's sara haines. >> reporter: halloween isn't just for michael myers and jason. >> aaagh! >> reporter: this year it's all about screaming for your favorite celebrities. >> it's the one day a year we can be a celebrity an not be creepy about it. >> reporter: sometimes it cops down to one signature piece. >> like our everyday life. >> here at the ab bra ka dab dra shop, five interns will be transformed into the hottest celebrities of the season. ♪ >> reporter: this is from the iheartradio performance where she was wearing head to toe green and it was really seriously instagram dream of the it was on everybody's feed. it was such a hot look and, of course when we talk about the one signature piece it's the green coat. throw it over anything you have. golden gloves.
amal clooney. >> i hope george came -- >> we saw her at the globes and this was the big fashion statement of the night, the white gloves. next up we have sia. >> will she be able to sia us? >> so good. >> oh, my gosh. >> forward, forward, come step forward. i'm obsessed with this because all of it is two wigs with a black suit from your closet. >> sia, thank you. we'll sia you later. >> isn't halloween fun. >> yes, that is fun. >> next, i mean we're talking about the couple that is always in the headlines. a very sort of easy costume to pull off. we all have those cool sweats in the back and in our closet. >> did you have this in your closet? >> i did not. >> is your lady coming? >> no, i different lady. >> oh. >> north west. >> how cute? >> i know that skirt anywhere. >> so, look, you can kanye. you can be north west.
>> where is my favorite? >> there you are. >> hello. >> i heard my name. here i am. >> i, the whole family is here, i love it. kim, kanye and north west. what a good-looking family. >> sara looks awesome. >> she does look good as kim. >> what's happening with weather. >> let's do some "ask zee." we're about to learn. all brought to you by belfor. our question this morning comes from 3-year-old sofia santinis. she loves paint and color, you can tell. >> i want to know why the sky is gray and not blue. >> hopefully it's not always gray for you. cloud, though, are made up of water and ice so, sofia, those scatter height and when the clouds get thick enough the light can't make it through so it has a tough time and we see gray instead of seeing the color. you can see right there all the colors trying to get through.
parents, we want you to send your kid's video weather questions. use the #askzeegma and put it on good morning, i'm meteorologist mike nicco. mainly gray today with a few sprinkle across the north bay. 66 in san francisco. the rest of us, 74 to 77 degrees. my accuweather seven-day forecast, the best chance for showers tomorrow morning and again sunday and monday. >> more on that male model. >> coming up on the male model changingle game with his every man look. he's here live on "good morning america." stay with us. ♪ "gma's" halloween countdown is brought to you by ihonor. bring the kids to ihop on october 30th for a free
plus size models have made stunning breaks in changing the face of fashion for women and now one arc and model says he out to do the same for men. meet target's first and only plus size male model, zach miko. thanks for being with us, zach. i was just saying, you hear about plus size female models but never a male model. you are an actor but your wife helped you change some perceptions of yourself and it led to this campaign. tell me about it. >> yeah, well, my wife, laura for one is the most amazing
woman in the world. she always from the very beginning found me attractive which if you grow up my size, it's not something you think very often. you know, you grow up -- i grew up with a lot of body image shall ares, i was always the big kid, picked on a lot but it made me who i was essentially and i was always being funny because of it. my wife actually told me after dating for a little while that she made me a bet for $500 i would be 0en the "people" magazine top 100 sexiest men, we laughed >> awesome. >> and look at you now. >> then a couple weeks ago i got a call from "people" magazine to do an interview. we started laughing. i thought maybe it's not the farthest thing from the world. >> you're 6'6". 275. xxl. >> yep. >> and what did agents say to you? you were trying to get roles as an actor. >> i was too big for every role i ever went out for. one time in particular i landed
a lead in a miniseries and i thought it was my big break. i went down, flown to the hills of west virginia to film. we did three days of hair makeup tests and then we had a producer's last look and the executive producer walks in the room and first thing he says, there's like ten of us this there. first thing he says, he looks at me and says, why is this guy so big? it looks weird and i was on a plane the next day home. >> wow. >> a very different experience, though, with target. tell me what happened. >> my -- it was luck. it was wonderful. basically my acting manager had a friend who was working as a stylist, hair and makeup stylist and target was looking for someone who was big and tall and so my manager rings her up and -- >> i know just the guy. >> i got one. >> and after your second day modeling all those lifelong and body issues and self-esteem issues went away. tell me what happened on that second day. >> it was the first time after coming back everything fit
right, everything -- i sit down with my wife and i was like, i've never felt good about the way i looked before. and not okay about the way i looked. i felt good. i felt great about the way i looked and after talking to my wife and others, i was like, i like being the big guy. i'm happy to be the big guy. i've been trying to change for years because that's what the industry is telling me to do and i don't want to do that. >> now you're setting new forms for so many out there so, zach, congratulations on being a role model and rooting for you on the "people" magazine thing. >> hopefully that ends up happening. >> okay, thank you so much. coming up next, we have whatever life throws your way, you've got it in the bag. you've got t.j. maxx!
must have been hard to choose. >> well, i tried to -- i researched in my memory most of the most beautiful -- many of the most beautiful songs that i loved when i was a child and i discovered that many of that was masterpiece of movies. so -- >> the album is creative and you have the duet on this album with ariana grande. >> yes, absolutely. because she's beautiful, she's a good singer. she's young and she's the idol of my sons. >> very good reason. you're about to go on tour and already sold out madison square garden but we don't want to wait another second here with david foster. you're going to play the great soundtrack from "breakfast at tiffany's" "moon river." [ applause ]
"good morning america" is brought to you by the u.s. army. ♪ maria maria >> a little bit of country. a little classical from andrea bocelli. love hearing that soundtrack. can't wait to hear more. thank you, andrea. >> great to have david foster here for the second morning if a way. what a way to start the week both yesterday and today with wonderful, wonderful soothing music. have a great day, everybody. ♪ maria
good morning, i'm eric thomas. crews in marin county continue their search for a missing boater about an hour ago. the man and two others were aboard a fishing boat that capsized in the bay yesterday. the coast guard searched the area and recovered the body of one man. they rescued another and took him to the hospital. the third man has yet to be found. checking on the forecast with mike nicco. >> thank you very much. good morning, everyone. going to see a lot of green on the radar today, but it's about 17,000 feet, which means it's evaporating. that's going to keep our temperatures even cooler than yesterday. mid to upper 60s along the coast in san francisco. the rest of us pretty much in the low to mid-70s. we'll have a better chance of measurable rain about this time tomorrow and again sunday and monday. leyla? and we have 55 running on time, so take that. that's the san mateo bridge and you're looking at 25 minutes to get you between the east bay and peninsula. we also have an accident in the northbound direction, but
southboundris remains. eric? thank you very much, leyla. time now >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, grammy winner adam levine. and the former heavyweight champion of the world, mike tyson. plus, our countdown to halloween continues with more of your favorite moments, all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] ♪ now, here are your emmy-winning hosts, kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: hello. hey, girls.