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making news in america this morning -- breaking overnight. officers in four cities ambushed. one of them murdered in front of the police headquarters. the search for suspects. the latest on the inveigations. extreme weather. parts of the northeast getting nearly a foot of snow. and it's not over yet. we're tracking more winter travel week gets under way. marathon meetings for the president-elect. a parade of possible cabinet members. nearly two dozen people in two days sitting down with donald trump, as he takes to twitter to pick a fight with "snl" as well as "hamilton." and happening now, the pipeline protests in north dakota growing more violent overnight. demonstrators clashing with deputies who are using water
good monday morning, everyone. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm mara schiavocampo in for diane. investigations are under way after a wave of violence against police officers across the country. officers were wounded in the line of duty in st. louis, sanibel, florida, and gladstone, missouri. and in san antonio, texas, detective while writing a traffic ticket outside police headquarters. >> and this is the scene this morning. a growing memorial. signs, balloons, candles. all honoring marconi. this morning, police officers targeted. a manhunt under way in san antonio, where a traffic stop turned deadly. detective benjamin marconi, a 20-year veteran of the force, stopping a vehicle just outside of police headquarters. a man getting out, shooting detective marconi twice in the head through the passenger side window. >> i have an officer down in front of headquarters.
hospital where he passed away. and overnight in st. louis, another ambush. an officer shot twice in the face while hit sitting in his patrol car. the unidentified father of three now in critical but stable condition. after a city-wide manhunt. police and the suspect exchanging gunfire overnight. the alleged shooter killed by authorities. also in missouri last night, an officer in gladstone was shot while making a traffic stop. the kansas city fraternal order of police tweeting that the of a suspect was wounded in the incident. and in south florida, an officer was shot in a drive-by while he was conducting a traffic stop on sanibel island. a suspect was taken into custody after an exchange of gunfire with police. the officer was hit in the shoulder and was treated and released at the hospital. in the wake of the shootings, st. louis will have two officers per squad car. >> san antonio is taking a similar stance. officers will not conduct
this morning's other big story. extreme weather making a mess of roads and airports on this busy travel week. >> tricky timing. there's a major winter storm under way from the midwest to the northeast. communities like batavia, new york, midway between rochester and buffalo, expecting as much as nine inches of lake-effect snow. >> the strongest areas of the storm right now are over new york state, with some strong activity er new england. let's get the complete forecast from accuweather's paul williams. paul, good morning. >> good morning, kendis, mara. watching out for some snow throughout the upper midwest. soaking rain from sioux falls, chicago, all the way over towards buffalo. showers and thunderstorms slowing travel to the mississippi valley region. keep in mind, we're looking for tuesday, wednesday, possibility of three to six inches from fargo over towards duluth. in addition to that by midweek, look for scattered showers
portions of the midwest through the week as you get closer to thanksgiving. mara? kendis? >> all right, paul, thank you. president-elect trump is expected to announce more cabinet appointments as early as today, after a weekend that was jam-packed with meetings. >> trump sat down with a series of potential picks for key administration positions. but still found time for a twitter rant. against the most popular show on broadway. we get the latest from janai norman. janai, good morning. >> reporter: kendis and mara, good morning. as donald trump met with his candidates this weekend, he couldn't stay off twitter. from a settled lawsuit to the play "hamilton" to calling "saturday night live" biased and not funny, the president-elect tweeted about it all. from president-elect to king of twitter. this weekend, we saw both sides of donald trump. >> we're going to have a great day. >> reporter: smiling and statesmanlike, trump lined up more than 20 meetings in two days.
he tweeted sunday, general james mad dog mattis, a contender for secretary of defense was very impressive. >> he is the real deal. >> reporter: the transition team promising to announce more picks soon. amid ongoing backlash over the five positions already filled. like national security adviser lieutenant general michael flynn who called islam a cancer. >> is he in line with how president-elect trump views islam? >> well, i think so. i me, look. phrasing can always be done differently. clearly, there are some aspects of that faith that are problematic. >> reporter: also weekend former new york mayor rudy giuliani, new jersey governor chris christie, and former presidential candidate mitt romney, once a staunch critic of trump. >> his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. >> reporter: the president-elect taking to twitter. to address that very issue. trump university in friday's $25 million settlement to end the fraud cases against the now closed school, writing the only bad thing about winning the presidency is that i did not have the time to go through a
what followed? three fiery tweets. calling the cast of "hamilton" rude. writing they harassed vice president-elect mike pence after friday night's show and calling for an apology. pence, seeming to disagree with his boss. >> i wasn't offended by what was said. >> reporter: and one big announcement from the transition team this weekend. word that future first lady melania trump and her son, barron won't be moving to the white house in january. instead, we're learning, they'll be staying in new york through the spring to allow the 10-year-old to finish school there. kendis and mara? >> our janai norman live in washington. thank you. and speaking of president obama, who is back in washington, home from his final overseas trip on board air force one, talking to reporters before he left peru, he said he doesn't intend to constantly criticize donald trump. but he will speak out if the president goes too far. the president was in peru where
few minutes. president obama said he expressed u.s. concerns about syria and ukraine but did not bring up allegations of russian influence in the u.s. election. putin says he and donald trump share an interest in improving their countries' relations. still up ahead, gas prices going down. just in time for the busy travel week. why they could fall further. and breaking news, the north dakota pipeline protests hitting a boiling point overnight. police and demonstrators clashing. new video fr plus, caught on camera. an out-of-control suv slamming
houston after an suv crashes into a cell phone store. reports say the driver was pulling into a parking space and hit the gas instead of the brake. thankfully, the store was closed at the time. neither of the people in the suv were hurt. crews have finished searching the last of 14 mangled train cars that derailed in northern india. with the discovery of more bodies, the death toll has the train was about halfway through a 27-hour journey sunday when it slid off the tracks. investigators suspect that poorly maintained tracks may have caused that accident. a christmas toy catching fire caused toys "r" us to pull the truck from the shelves. grandparents in washington state bought a tonka truck 12-v ridon
they say the tonka truck burst into flames three times on the way home. even setting the bed of their pickup truck on fire. and sabra is pulling hummus from store shelves. one of its processing plants tested positive for listeria. sabra has issued a voluntary recall. it only affects hummus with best dates of january 23rd or earlier. well, here's a nice surprise for holiday travelers. gas prices are not expected to increase but may decrease this holiday season. not only is there supply right now, but price drops are not that unusual for this time of year. the national averages for gasbuddy.com and aaa are just below $2.14. down a little bit from yesterday. and friday will be monday this week at walmart. the world's largest retailer kicks off its cybermonday deals on friday at just one minute after midnight. according to the national retail federation, last year more
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philadelphia. breaking overnight. police are now calling the clashes with protesters in north dakota a riot. this, of course, over the controversial pipeline project in the area. >> one officer was hit on the head with a rock thrown by otprters. deputies have been using water cannons despite the below-freezing temperatures. they're also using tear gas on demonstrators. as they try to push past a bridge on to a highway. the protesters argue the 1100-me sites that are sacred to american indians. and could pollute the missouri river. one person was arrested. as the tense standoff continues. one of the two suspects heading to court over a brutal murder in manhattan is denying that they did anything wrong. joey comunale was stabbed 15 times after going the a luxury apartment with a group of people he had met at a nightclub.
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time now for sports. week 11 of the nfl will wrap up tonight when the texans face the raiders. >> as for yesterday's highlights, here's our guy at espn. good morning, america. thanksgiving week is here. so may i be the first to wish you a happy thanksgiving. a great slate of games on thursday, that includes the washington redskins who played last night while you were probably sleeping. here's what they did against the green backpackers and aaron rodgers, who are really struggling. rodgers to jar c 29-24. here comes kirk cousins. third and seven. this is a beautiful pass. just gorgeous. down to the 1. jamison crowder. and then, robert kelly would score. back to aaron rodgers. they need two scores. they need an 8 and a 3, down by 11. but josh norman punches the ball out. washington recovers. they win. they're 6-3-1.
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breaking news. multiple police shootings overnight. in san antonio, a manhunt under way in connection with the murder of a police detective. benjamin marconi shot during a traffic stop across from police headquarters. he was killed while writing a ticket in his squad car. >> and in st. louis, an officer was shot in the face as he sat in traffic. he's expected to be okay. officers were also shot near kansas city and south florida. we'll stay on top of these shootings. donald trump is holding more meetings today as he tries to fill his cabinet. he met separately with more than 20 people over the weekend, while also slamming the cast of the broadway hit, "hamilton," because they confronted mike pence. taking a look at today's weather, snow in the northeast. the great lakes. and freezing precipitation in the eastern dakotas. and nebraska. rain and snow in the rockies.
finally from us, more and more women are finding ways to have a career while working from home. >> abc's karen travers has that story. >> want a sandwich? >> reporter: elizabeth is a mom-preneur. >> i work for plexus worldwide. it's a plant-based supplement company. >> reporter: the word mom-preneur may be unfamiliar. bu >> i'll send out a message and say, hey, i've been doing this for quite some time. the products are great. i would love to share more with you if you're interested. >> we would like to look at this more closely. i'll pass it around. >> reporter: it's like tupperware or mary kay cosmetic parties. except they've moved out of the living room and online. elizabeth is one of thousands of women working for companies like this. skin care company rodan and fields says it has 150,000 independent consultants.
million in 2015. a mom-trepreneur is likely to be in her 30s or 40s. a woman who wants to work but have flexibility. it's hard work. a lot of hustling. and not always lucrative. rodan and fields reports that the average income for a sales distributor was around $3100. when you're scrolling through facebook or instagram, it can sometimes feel like you just can't escape a sales pitch. experts say sellers have to be careful not to overdo it and risk alienating friends and family. >> i've bought from some of them. i don't feel that i have to. >> reporter: as a military wife and mom of three young boys, elizabeth says this is the type of work she can do forever from anywhere. >> there's a huge social aspect of it. just communicating with people. and their lives. and just connecting. >> reporter: karen travers, abc news, springfield, virginia. >> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good
denver7 news starts now. we will be bearing one of our own. police officers ambushed in several states one of the incidents turning deadly. details on each case and the latest plus. >> someone spray-painted a outside of the stapleton school how the community came together to respond. live at dia where officials expect a busy travel week ahead. a look at the holiday rush live details. good morning, thanks for joining us i'm mitch jelniker.