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>> bye-bye. tonight, the urgent manhunt. authorities going door to door at this hour for a cop killer. a police officer, a mother killed while trying to apprehend a fugitive. making a run for it, another officer killed in the search. also breaking tonight, the state of emergency. deadly winter storms. alerts in 20 states. california to new york. the massive mud slides bury a at satellite truck. winds up a 80 miles per hour. and rob marciano with the rushing waters behind him. new reporting tonight on the ft. lauderdale shooter. was his first destination supposed to be new york city on new year's eve? and inside the 34 seconds of terror tonight, the chilling video. the developing headline involving president-elect donald trump's son-in-law, and the fallout tonight after meryl
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streep's speech. trump's tweet, but what he said about the actress not long ago. and underwater, the president as you have never seen him before. good evening, and it's great to have you with us here on a monday night, and we begin with the urgent scene unfolding in orlando at this hour. authorities say there is a desperate manhunt for a cop killer. a veteran police officer, a mother, she was trying to apprehend him at a walmart. investigators say he shot and killed her. master sergeant debra clayton, 17 years on the force, beloved by her community. her fellow officers standing in salute as her coffin was taken from the hospital. we would learn a second officer was killed in the hunt for the killer. tonight, the reward, a community on edge and schools on lockdown. abc's eva pilgrim is on the scene. >> reporter: tonight a massive manhunt. police going door to door at this apartment complex searching for the man police say gunned down one of orlando's finest. >> we're gonna bring this dirt bag to justice.
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>> reporter: just after 7:00 a.m., master sergeant debra clayton, a 17-year veteran is on duty outside this walmart. when someone alerts her that a wanted murder suspect, named markeith lloyd is in the store. >> there was a short foot pursuit, and as soon as she said stop, he basically opened fire. >> he had a security vest on and everything. i heard her telling him to stop or whatever. he shot her. he shot her and he took off running. >> we have one officer shot en route to ormc. >> reporter: clayton later dying at the hospital. the suspect getting away, firing on one deputy's car, carjacking another. another deputy killed in a motorcycle crash while searching for the suspect. schools put on lockdown as s.w.a.t. teams swarmed that apartment complex. police scouring lloyd's facebook page for clues after he was suspected in the shooting death of his pregnant girlfriend last month, posting this two weeks earlier. goals: to be on "america's most wanted."
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>> markeith lloyd needs to turn himself in. not tonight. not tomorrow. he needs the call and turn himself in now. >> reporter: tonight, fellow officers are remembering debra clayton as a wife, mother to her son, and a tireless advocate for her community. >> i have personally known debra for 17 years. debra clayton is a hero, and she gave her life protecting the community that she loves. she will be deeply missed. >> and eva pilgrim with us live tonight. eva, i know authorities were asking the local news media not to carry aerial images as they were going door to door, not to tip off this guy. in the meantime, they were asking the community for help? >> reporter: that's right, david. police urgently wanting to find this guy. they are offering a $60,000 reward. lloyd had a lengthy violent criminal history. police want this guy off the streets, david. >> eva pilgrim leads us off from orlando. thank you. we turn next to winter weather alerts from california to new york. in fact, a state of emergency
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after deadly storms. eight people killed coast to coast. in california tonight, heavy rain causing mud slides burying this remote truck from our san francisco station. the satellite truck covered. powerful winds in washington state ripping off this roof. and in the northeast tonight, digging out from a snowstorm, dozens of cars glidiinining colg on this connecticut highway. the storm is moving east, but a big change on the way. and here's abc's kayna whitworth to start us off. >> reporter: tonight, with those relentless rains drenching the west for more than 48 hours, the new danger, mudslides. >> when you pan up you can see rocks still sliding down, so it's still a very active situation. >> reporter: southwest of san jose, this van crushed. part of highway 17, shut down. the driver, a photographer for our san francisco station kgo injured but home from the hospital tonight. the storm moving east, in colorado springs -- >> there it goes. >> reporter: near 90 mile-an-hour gusts snapping huge trees. knocking out power to thousands. in reno, nevada --
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>> you need to evacuate to an area safe. >> reporter: the governor declaring a state of emergency, evacuating more than 1,000 residents. at least four killed in the west, including the driver of this taxi after his vehicle plunged into the water. our rob marciano is in napa county. >> reporter: the rain stopped here about 12 hours ago, but the water is pouring over the top of this dam. it's normally dry, but today, flowing at 1,000 cubic feet per second. that dam is 70 years old holding about 40 million gallons of reservoir water. >> reporter: in the sierra nevada, this is all that's left of the "pioneer cabin" tree, the famous giant sequoia hollowed out in the 1880s. meanwhile, much of the rest of the country, still freezing after ice storms killed at least four in the south, and brought snow and accidents all the way to the northeast. here in reno, the truckee river runs right through downtown, and bridges were threatened as the waters rose several feet above flood levels. officials hoping it drops tonight because they have more
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rain on the way, david. >> kayna whitworth, our thanks to you, and rob marciano tonight. as we reported this system affecting states coast to coast, so let's get to ginger zee tonight. she is live with the track for us. hey, ginger. >> reporter: hey, david. 3 to more than 20 inches of rain fell in parts of california in the last week or so, so that floor is saturated, and that's why we see those flood watches and warnings. from the sierra to the bay area to idaho. another storm, tuesday into wednesday will drop to a half foot plus. so more landslides could happen. so certainly more mountain snow in the highest elevations. and to new york, there is snow and a wintery mix. eventually a midweek warmup, david. >> watching the whole country, ginger, thank you. we have new reporting this evening after the terror that played out inside the ft. lauderdale airport on friday. tonight, authorities telling abc news the suspect's original plan was to arrive in new york city on new year's eve. tmz obtaining this video inside terminal 2 showing the gunman
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pulling out his weapon, and then firing. you can see the passengers behind him in the terminal hiding behind carts. others simply frozen in place. but tonight, was florida his original destination, and was he influenced by isis? here's our chief investigative correspondent, brian ross. >> reporter: as esteban santiago made his first appearance in court today, authorities told abc news that his initial intended destination was not ft. lauderdale, but new york. that he had made a reservation to fly into new york city on new year's eve but then, for an unknown reason, canceled it. instead santiago booked a $278 one-way ticket to ft. lauderdale. where, as this video obtained by tmz shows, he unleashed 34 seconds of terror. pulling his gun out of his waistband and opening fire. as he continues out of view, panicked passengers, many of them elderly, ran for cover, hiding behind baggage carts. police say santiago emptied his
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9 millimeter semi-automatic handgun and then reloaded to keep shooting. five people were killed, six more wounded, in a scene of carnage that friends and family today say could have been prevented. >> he was having some mental problems, and he wasn't feeling right. >> reporter: his former girlfriend, michelle quinones says santiago became unhinged after a deployment to iraq in 2010 where he said two friends in his national guard unit were killed. but she says he couldn't get help from the veterans' hospital in puerto rico. >> and they did nothing. they didn't do anything. >> reporter: and santiago's life in anchorage, alaska was falling apart. court records show he was arrested for trying to strangle his girlfriend, but instead of jail was sent to anger management courses. in november, santiago went to the anchorage fbi office to say he was hearing voices. about isis, but after being briefly hospitalized for a mental examination, agents returned his handgun, saying they found no connection to terrorism. >> it would seem there were warning signs here. brian ross back with us tonight.
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you have learned that the fbi is going through santiago's computer. >> they have recovered from a pawnshop in alaska, and they are going to determine if he was in touch with isis, and whether it's a fact or another one of his delusions, david. >> brian, thank you. next tonight, just 11 days until president-elect donald trump is inaugurated, and tonight, there is word his son-in-law, jared kushner, will hold a post as a senior white house adviser. the appointment of kushner, a young businessman with a number of real estate and business holdings himself, and there are questions over how he'll separate it all. mr. trump was asked about that today. he said, wait until wednesday, his news conference. in a tweet, he did weigh in on meryl streep. abc's cecilia vega at trump tower tonight. >> reporter: he is the son-in-law from big money with real estate investments all over the world. one of donald trump's closest confidants, and tonight, abc news learning that ivanka trump's husband, jared kushner, will take an official role in the west wing as a senior adviser to the president.
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the president-elect praising his talents. >> i would love to have jared helping us on deals with other nations and see if we can do peace in the middle east and other things. he is very talented. he is a very talented guy. >> reporter: ethics experts split over his formal role in the trump administration and if it would violate nepotism laws, and with questions swirling about conflict of interest, he tells abc news he will resign from his job in his family's real estate empire, and divest substantial assets, but not fully. he also will not take a salary in the white house. at trump tower today, donald trump had little to say about his son-in-law's new role. >> we'll talk about that on wednesday. >> reporter: the president-elect looking ahead to his first formal press conference in six months. also not talking about the russian hacking. >> we'll talk to you about that
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another time. >> reporter: or how he'll replace obamacare for more than 20 million people who rely on it. >> we'll see. >> reporter: but early this morning, he had a lot to say on twitter about this moment, meryl streep's golden globes acceptance speech. >> there was one performance this year that stunned me. it sank its hooks in my heart. not because it was good. it was -- there is nothing good about it. but it was effective, and it did its job. it was that moment when the person asking to sit in the most respected seat in our country imitated a disabled reporter. someone he outranked in privilege, power and the capacity to fight back. >> reporter: the actress referring to this moment. >> i don't know what i said. i don't remember. >> reporter: trump talking about a reporter from "the new york times." >> it kind of broke my heart when i saw it, and i still can't get it out of my head because it wasn't in a movie. it was real life, and this
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instinct to humiliate when it's modeled by someone powerful because it kind of gives permission for other people to do the same thing. >> reporter: a three-time oscar winner with 19 academy award nominations, the most of any actor, and trump called her one of the most overrated actresses. also calling her a hillary flunky who lost big. saying, for the hundredth time, i never mocked a disabled reporter. would never do that. >> meryl streep and that room she was in represents a small slice of america. this was an anti-elite. this was a rejection of the elites. >> reporter: but in an interview just two years ago, trump named streep when asked about his favorite actresses. calling her, a quote, fine person. >> cecilia vega with us live tonight, and donald trump gave similar answer to many of the questions there today that you will find out wednesday. his first news conference in 168 days, and you're learning new details already tonight about ivanka trump's future? >> reporter: david, we're hearing that ivanka trump will be stepping down from her management role in the family
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business, and her own business. we know she won't be playing a formal role in the white house, at least not immediately. >> cecilia vega on a very busy fifth avenue tonight. cecilia, thank you. next tonight, the capitol hill showdown. also brewing, several of president-elect trump's most controversial cabinet nominees scheduled for confirmation hearings that begin tomorrow. tonight though, there is outrage from some what say important ethics questions and reviews have not been completed. that they are being rushed through. abc's mary bruce on capitol hill tonight. >> reporter: with just 11 days to go, the president-elect sauntered off the elevator at trump tower confident his cabinet will be ready to go. >> it's going great. confirmation is going great. >> reporter: a flurry of confirmation hearings are set to begin tomorrow, but tonight, many of those nominees still have not been fully vetted. a top ethics official warning the schedule is putting undue pressure on investigators to rush through these important
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reviews, saying, this hasn't happened in decades. >> all these procedural complaints are related to their frustration in not only having lost the white house, but having lost the senate. >> reporter: they are crying foul, saying the democrats, quote, need to grow up. a change of tune from when he sent this letter outlining demands for obama's nominees, asking their financial disclosures be submitted, and the ethics office reviews complete before their confirmation hearings. today, the senate democratic leader sent mcconnell's letter right back to him. >> we crossed out harry reid and mitch mcconnell, and put mitch mcconnell and chuck schumer. the very things mcconnell thought were necessary for nominations, we're asking for, and now they're denying it. >> you doing they are playing by their own rules? >> correct. >> reporter: first up, senator jeff sessions for attorney general. today, protests outside his capitol hill office. sessions was previously rejected
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for a federal judgeship 31 years ago over allegations he made racist remarks. charges he has fiercely denied. >> i am not a racist. >> reporter: today, trump backed his pick. >> i think he'll do great. high-quality man. >> reporter: then rex tillerson, trump's controversial pick for secretary of state. the former exxonmobil ceo is expected to be grilled about his cozy ties with russia. trump defended close relationships with russia. trump tweeting, having a good relationship with russia is a good thing. only stupid people or fools would think that it is bad. >> and mary bruce with us live from capitol hill tonight. and mary, you're learning more about rex tillerson's business dealings with other countries that may come up with this week? >> reporter: david, under tillerson's leadership, we learn exxonmobil did business with iran, syria and sudan. through a european subsidiary. though technically legal, it's likely to spark questions, especially since there are
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u.s. sanctions, david. >> a busy week ahead for them and you, mary. thank you. there is much more ahead on "world news tonight" this monday. the security breach, and violent takedown. you will see it. the suspect who tried to force his way through tsa and get on a flight. accused of attacking police and tsa officers, and you will hear the call for help. also tonight, the american diplomat ambushed. the attack caught on camera right there. there is news tonight coming in about the suspect. and later right here, under the sea. president obama as we have never seen him before. where was this captured? we'll be right back. and my life is basketball. but that doesn't stop my afib from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years. until i learned more about once-daily xarelto®... a latest-generation blood thinner. then i made the switch. xarelto® significantly lowers the risk of stroke in people with afib not caused by a heart valve problem. it has similar effectiveness to warfarin. warfarin interferes with vitamin k and at least six blood-clotting factors.
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>> reporter: it was just before 5:00 sunday morning as malik neal made his way from that tsa checkpoint into the gate area. now with airport security joining, the nine-minute incident. tsa officers and airport security don't have arrest authority. >> we need a taser squad! >> reporter: and the suspect put up a fight. two tsa officers, and two chicago police officers, who arrived at the gate, were injured. >> our subject's in cuffs. >> reporter: an incident after ft. lauderdale, and others, raising concerns. >> we have had three serious catastrophic incidents and now a security breach at the front side. which isn't catastrophic, but it points to a vulnerability. >> reporter: fixing those will be up to local governments which are responsible for airport security, david. >> david kerley with us. thanks, david. when we come back here, the important headline for women tonight. the new health alert involving mammograms. and the gunman allegedly opening fire on a diplomat. how authorities are planning to
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so i give her a lot of credit. >> reporter: 11 days before the next president, the current one on a question he is often asked. >> people ask me why i stay calm in the midst of crazy stuff going on. i always tell people, i think part of it is just being born in hawaii, and knowing what it's like to jump into the ocean, and understanding what it means when you see a sea turtle in the face of a wave. >> stunning images. the documentary, "sea of hope" airs this weekend on the national geographic channel. i'm david muir. i hope to see you here tomorrow. until then, have a good evening. good night. tonight at abc 7 news is live across the bay area on
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storm watch at the places that are already flooded and are now getting ready for another round of rain. >> i'm spencer christian. as the next storm approaches, there's a greater risk of more flooding. downed trees and power lines. a closer look in a moment. inside yosemite to see how the national park weathered the storms. water gushes through santa clara county as the bay area takes a breath between storms. live doppler 7 shows the strongest rain over sapt arose a lit up in orange and red. tomorrow we'll see more colors like thats at strongest storm of the week moves? . good morning, i'm dan ashley. i'm kristen sze for ama daetz. we're already so soggy. abc 7 news was in all nut creek
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at dusk when it started raining again. some bay area communities cannot take much more rain than they've received without risk of serious flooding. we'll go live to some of the hardest hit areas to show you in a few minutes. >> first to spencer christian. spencer? >> kristen, we're going to focus on the flood warning and the russian river. it will crest again on wednesday at 6:00 p.m. flood stage is 32 feet. it's forecast to crest at nearly 36 feet. that's 4 feet before flood stage. moderate flooding is expected. it's under a flood warning until 6:40 p.m. for this portion of the russian river outlined in green. a large portion of it. this is current conditions. we have light or light to moderate rain. the heaviest concentration in the north bay. this storm ranks 2 on the storm impact scale. it will develop overnight and be raining heavily in


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