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news for you. see you then. welcome to "world news tonight." a big victory and a big name, calling it quits. the new look of the presidential race tonight. trump takeover. the billionaire businessman, winning in south carolina. his second primary in a row. >> when you win, it's beautiful. >> can he be stopped? the heated battle for second place. cooling the bern. hillary clinton taking the momentum back from bernie sanders. >> is this a great night or what? >> sanders vowing to go on. >> one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. shooting spree. the deadly rampage, terrorizing a city. an uber driver under arrest. tonight, the hunt for a motive. and, mountain emergencies. skiers plunging to the ground. when the lift cable snaps. dozens of others trapped for hours.
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the little boy that slipped off the chair. the hidden danger before you even hit the slopes. good evening. thanks for joining us on this sunday. i'm tom llamas. we begin with the campaign for the presidency. the race looking different for both parties tonight. donald trump, victorious in the south carolina primary. his whole family there to celebrate with him. the win by double digits. but the fight for second place came down to just over 1,000 votes. marco rubio edging out ted cruz. and any hope of another bush presidency now over. jeb bowing out. here's jonathan karl. >> we had such an amazing victory yesterday, incredible. >> reporter: donald trump is now unmistakably on top. >> tall, short, fat, skinny people just won. >> reporter: he was on such a high after winning in south carolina, he briefly turned the
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mike over to his wife melania. >> he will be the best president. >> reporter: and his very pregnant daughter ivanka. >> the momentum since the beginning of this campaign has been unbelievable. >> reporter: trump's south carolina victory was a clean sweep. scoring all 50 of the state's delegates. he even came out on top for evangelical voters. >> i didn't know i was going to win by that much. it was record-setting stuff. >> reporter: with jeb bush calling it quits, the battle to become the trump alternative pits the two cuban-american senators up against each other. while both were beaten badly by trump, rubio sees reason for hope. >> we need to remember here, over 70% of republicans have said, we're not voting for donald trump. >> reporter: donald trump continues to say cruz is ineligible to be president because he was born in canada.
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and today on "this week" george pressed him on something he retweeted that suggested that rubio is also ineligible. >> you're really not sure? >> i don't know. i've never looked at it. honestly, i've never looked at it. somebody said he's not, we retweeted it, we started a dialogue and it's very interesting. >> reporter: rubio laughed it off. >> we just heard donald trump say he's not sure you're eligible to run for president. your response? >> well, this is, look, this is a pattern, a game he plays. i'm going to spend zero time on his interpretation of the constitution, with regard to eligibility. >> reporter: trump has a chance to show even more momentum in just two days. on tuesday, republicans vote in the nevada caucuses. the latest polls there show trump with a big lead. >> on that point, let's bring in matt dowd. trump has been winning with
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trump. does he now need a strategic game plan? >> he has a better gut sense of the gop primary than any other candidate. including the bush campaign. donald trump needs to keep winning. three things he needs. he needs to start using language that consolidates the party, second, stop with the insults. and third, spend a little time preparing for the debate. if he does well at the ke debate, he sets himself up to run the table on super tuesday. >> we'll see if he changes. thank you. and hillary clinton, holding off bernie sanders in the nevada caucuses. immediately moving on, celebrating at a rally in houston. her margin of victory was a slim one, but included big support from african-american voters.
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here's mary bruce. >> we just won nevada! >> reporter: hillary clinton is relishing her nevada win and looking ahead. >> hello, houston! is this a great night or what. >> reporter: celebrating with a late-night rally in texas. >> victory is nigh. >> reporter: with the momentum back on her side, the campaign is confident, they see a clear path to the nomination. clinton held off bernie sanders' late rise to take nevada by five points. >> thank you very much. thanks for coming out. >> reporter: sanders, enjoying a strong second finish. >> you know, five weeks ago, we were 25 points behind in the polls. >> reporter: but the candidates today argued over who really won the key latino vote.
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>> as i understand it, we actually won the latino vote yesterday, which is a big breakthrough for us. >> that's just not what our analysis shows. >> reporter: clinton did win huge support from african-americans. whose vote will be critical in the next big contest in south carolina. as she discussed with b.e.t. >> from a strategic standpoint, who's the african-american voter that your campaign is targeting? >> as many as possible. >> of course. >> reporter: sanders, with stops in south carolina. >> we need your help. to help lead this country in a political revolution. >> reporter: tonight, joined by danny glover in his biggest event in the state so far. the clinton campaign is happy with the win here. but acknowledges not every state looks or votes like this one. they fully expect sanders to win some states on tuesday. tom? >> mary, thank you. we move on to a shooting spree in michigan. apparently random. six people shot and killed. police arresting this man with
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no criminal record, but works as an uber driver. here's alex perez. >> reporter: tonight, investigators in a kalamazoo, michigan, on the hunt. looking for answers after a deadly rampage leaves six dead. the suspect, jason dalton, now behind bars. the chaos beginning at 5:42 p.m. saturday. a woman shot several times, but she survives. four hours later, in this car dealership parking lot, a father and his son shot and killed. within minutes, the gunman opens fire outside a cracker barrel restaurant. killing four in their car. including a former teacher, and wounding a 14-year-old girl. >> dispatch all units. suspect vehicle in a shooting. last seen at cracker barrel. >> reporter: just after midnight, police spot the suspect's vehicle and take him into custody without incident. the victims, police say, apparently selected at random. >> this is your worst nightmare. how do you go and tell the
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families of these victims that they weren't targeted for any reason other than they were there to be a target? >> reporter: 45-year-old dalton had no criminal record, and worked as an uber driver. his neighbors, in disbelief. >> it's scary. that could have been us, my daughter that got killed. >> reporter: tonight, authorities investigating whether the alleged gunman was taking fares between shootings. matt mellon claims he was dalton's passenger just 70 minutes before the first shooting. he says he called 911 and feared for his life. >> we were driving through medians, driving through the lawn. speeding along, once he came to a stop, i jumped out and ran away. >> reporter: tonight, uber in a statement saying we're horrified and heartbroken. we've reached out to the police
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to help in any way that we can. investigators recovered a gun from dalton's vehicle. he is expected in court tomorrow afternoon. >> alex, thank you. overseas, isis taking responsibility for a day of extraordinary corn -- carnage. as jennifer eccleston reports, the attacks come as john kerry announced progress toward a cease fire. >> reporter: terror struck in quick succession in the syrian capital. multiple explosions ripped through a market at the height of rush hour. isis said its fighters, with suicide vests and a car bomb were responsible. targeting a neighborhood of damascus, home to one of shia's holiest shrines. hours before in the city of
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homs, black smoke where a pair of car bombs exploded. here, too, a neighborhood dominated by minorities within islam. those reviled by the sunni radicals within the islamic state. here, this, as news of a possible cease-fire between rebel fighters and syria's government. john kerry called it a provisional agreement. jennifer eccleston, abc news, syria. and one of the most powerful storms to ever hit in fiji, after cyclone winston hit. with winds up to 116 miles per hour. destroying homes, leaving most without power, water, or communication. the cleanup under way. the cyrfew extended through monday. back here at home, a high-stakes twist in bill cosby's legal saga. his wife set to be questioned in
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a lawsuit brought by women saying that cosby assaulted them. tonight, the cosbys' lawyer firing an emergency motion to spare his wife. linsey davis with the latest. >> reporter: tonight, camille cosby is fighting back. filing this emergency motion to postpone her deposition tomorrow at a massachusetts hotel. cosby's wife of 52 years has been hoping to avoid answering any questions, citing marital privilege. the attorney for seven of cosby's alleged victims says mrs. cosby would have relevant information because she served as his business manager for years. but mrs. cosby says her public testimony would create an unnecessary media circus. that serves no purpose other than to harass and embarrass her.
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>> no wife wants to go into a deposition or public forum and have to testify about her personal relationship with her husband. definitely not testify about his relationships with other women. >> reporter: more than 50 women have come forward. with claims cosby has consistently denied. through it all, camille cosby is standing by his side. >> any comment? >> reporter: only once making a public statement, saying he is the man you knew. she still has the right to claim marital privilege. and not answer questions about private conversations with her husband. linsey davis, abc news, new york. next, to the damage to roads, like this one in pennsylvania. drivers spend $3 billion per year fixing the damage to vehicles. tonight, how you can get help
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paying for the repairs. gloria riviera has the story. >> reporter: they are the craters on your commute, causing serious damage. tonight, cities are scrambling to fix the seemingly endless pothole epidemic. >> i hit a big one. i was scared that maybe i got a flat tire. >> reporter: roller-coaster temperatures in part to blame. the freeze/thaw effect causing ruptures, especially in older roads. a now report from aaa found that in the last five years, 16 million drivers suffering damage, on average paying $300 to fix it. >> this will likely be out of pocket, yes. >> reporter: cars coming in for alignment repairs, bent rims, and even axle damage. even in this big truck, you can feel the road, the potholes underneath. >> yes. >> we fill them, and sometimes stay come right back. >> reporter: you can't fill them fast enough. >> can not. >> reporter: if you do hit a pothole, you may be able to be reimbursed.
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experts say, find out if you were on a local or state road. reach out and document everything. >> gloria, thank you. still ahead, when the slopes turn dangerous. a little boy dangling from a chair lift. how to stay safe before you hit the mountain. plus, the nasa moon secret revealed. we'll play for you the mysterious sound some astronauts heard as they circled the moon. nasa still has no idea what it is. i take pictures of sunrises. it's my job and it's also my passion. but with my back pain i couldn't sleep... so i couldn't get up in time. then i found aleve pm. aleve pm is the only one to combine a safe sleep aid plus the 12-hour pain relieving strength of aleve.
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mountain. here's clayton sandell. >> reporter: for more than six minutes, this 11-year-old boy dangles from a chair lift. with the safety bar up, he dropped a ski pole and slid out trying the catch it. then the dramatic moment, rescuers holding out a tarp, and urging him to let go. he was not hurt. there are roughly 3,500 ski lifts in the united states. although accidents are rare, ski resorts are reminding people how to stay safe. >> you think you're going to drop something like a pole or glove, it's best just to let it drop. and then somebody can go back around and pick it up for you. >> reporter: but sometimes there are mechanical failures, like yesterday in west virginia. 25 people fell when the lift derailed. dropping 30 feet. 100 skiers left stranded. rescuers using harnesses to rescue them. >> everybody that didn't have the safety bar down got ejected. >> reporter: two needed extra medical attention for minor
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injuries. the timberline four seasons resort saying all lifts undergo rigorous inspection. and are in compliance with safety standards. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> clayton, thank you. when we come back, the pope's plea to world leaders. what he's urging them to do tonight. will they take action? and deep trouble at sea. why this surfer couldn't hold on to that board. the dramatic rescue. and a wild finish at daytona. almost too close to call. who pulled off this historic upset?
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finally tonight, in the middle of a grocery store aisle, one man's heart started to give out. that's when complete strangers jumped into action. but it turned out, they were not all strangers. here's john donvan. >> i was really going. >> reporter: michael kitty knows he very nearly died that day. he collapsed here, a supermarket in north carolina. he was stocking shelves when his heart stopped. >> he's not breathing. a young man is trying to help. >> reporter: this high school student was in the store and rushed over. he started administering cpr. >> i checked his respirations and his pulse. we didn't have anything. >> reporter: two nurses jumped into the rescue. pushing on the chest of the man on the floor, who new looked lifeless. >> he was laid on the floor, purple. and he didn't have no pulse. >> no pulse, no respirations. >> reporter: then the emt and fire department got the call. >> cpr in progress. cardiac arrest. >> reporter: including this man,
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who didn't realize at first, that the life they were trying to save was his dad's. in the rush, he didn't get a good look at the face under the oxygen mask. >> it's a different experience when you realize it's a family member. >> reporter: well, you know how it ends because you've met michael kitty. and he's out of the hospital, and thanking everyone that had a part in saving him. those that did their job, and those that just happened by and jumped in to help. john donvan, abc news, washington. >> john, thank you. and we thank you for watching. "gma" first thing in the morning, david muir will be right back here tomorrow night. i'm tom llamas in new york. have a great evening. good night.
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next at 6:00, breaking news. a missing woman is found dead. investigators are now working to figure out who killed her. a deadly drive-through shooting shuts down a usually busy mcdonald's less than a month after another shooting at the same location. hillary clinton raising funds in the bay area, a day after taking a big step towards the democratic presidential nomination. abc7~news at 6:00 starts now. >> live, breaking news. >> that breaking news, the body of a missing san jose woman last seen in hayward has been found. tonight we talked to her mother who is heartbroken. 22-year-old stacey aguilar what last seen at a party with friends eight days ago. today police said they found her body yesterday at noon. sergio quintana is live now at hayward police headquarters. sergio, they believe this was
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murder? >> reporter: this is a homicide investigation that actually they told us about this on friday, but they had nonlocated her body at that point, and unfortunately they did find heir body yesterday afternoon, and at this point they say they're not going release much more information until tomorrow. jet aguilar has been missing since last weekend, last seep at 1:00 a.m. sunday morning. she just left a party at this house on silva avenue near jackson street. the people who live there said she left the party with her boyfriend unharmed. i spoke with her mother by phone. she lives in mexico and says the police have only communicated with her other daughter who lives here in san jose. stacy's body was found but they didn't tell her much else except the coroner will perform an autopsy to determine cause of death. a few poem showed up at a strip mall in

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