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washington to boston, severe weather and up to a foot of snow in some areas followed by a blast of bitter cold air. a siberian express bringing temperatures more than 25 degrees below zero as a rare winter hurricane churns in the atlantic right now. pour ball mania. who can it be? the search for the winners this morning. is one of them holed up in this house? and the california nurse who thought she struck it rich? was it all just a prank by her son? the race to find the newest multimillionaires. we do say good morning, america. we have a lot to get to on this busy friday morning. we'll begin with the breaking news as we come on the air in the west. the two military helicopters colliding off hawaii. six passengers.
right now and abc's gloria riviera starts us off. >> reporter: the coast guard dispatched a helicopter and airplane after reports two downed aircraft two miles off the cost of hawaii. rescuers in the fire department arrived at the scene just after midnight local time. the marine corp says two helicopters, those are the largest helicopters in the u.s. military collided late thursday night. crews are searching for the 12 people onboard but they have not located any personnel at this time time. there are reports of an empty life raft and fire on the water in the debris area. the u.s. coast guard says the search efforts could be seriously hibderred today by extreme surf with waves as high as 40 feet. that's a challenge for helicopters flying in the area. it could be problematic with depth perception and light reflecting off the water.
following a string of training exercises for the military just last month. two army pilots were killed when their helicopter crashed during a training exercise. >> donald trump and ted cruz neck and neck and they went at it last night and the others fighting to break out. tom llamas was there for all of it. >> reporter: george good morning. what a night. the two frontrunners going at it from the get-go. senator ted cruz standing his ground accusing donald trump of manufacturing a birther controversy. because they're locked in a heat in iowa and trump saying there's a serious problem with the gop with senator cruz. overnight, a clash of titans at the republican debate. donald trump and senator ted cruz once allies rumbling on stage. >> there's a big question mark on your head. >> reporter: trump ordering cruz to get a court order to show
canada. cruz painting trump as a natural born politician. >> you know, back in september, my friend donald said he had had his lawyers look at this from every which way and there was no issue there. the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. >> reporter: cruz saying extreme birther arguments would eliminate several candidates, even trump. >> donald's mother was born in scotland. she was naturalized. now donald -- >> but i was born here. >> reporter: some candidates growing frustrated. >> i hate to interrupt this episode of "court tv." >> reporter: senator rubio clashed with governor chris christie over his record in new jersey. >> unfortunately, governor christie has endorsed many of the ideas that barack obama supports. >> christie not letting rubio interrupt him. >> you had your chance. you blew it. >> reporter: all the republicans
national security disaster. >> hillary clinton cannot be president. >> if we elect hillary clinton the next four years will be worse than the last eight. >> reporter: but cruz and trump weren't done later fighting over cruz saying trump embodies new york values. >> there are many, many wonderful, wonderful working men and women in the state of new york. but everyone understands that the values in new york city are socially liberal. >> reporter: trump taking that personally and invoking 9/11. everybody in this world loved new york and loved new yorkers and i have to tell you that was an insulting statement that ted made. >> reporter: after the debate, i spoke with trump who told me he didn't think their fight would get so heated were you surprised at how hard he hit you. >> i was a little bit surprised and i think we hit him back much harder. >> reporter: after the debate i asked donald trump if he's going to change his strategy before the iowa caucuses. he says he's not but going to spend more time in the hawkeye
all the candidates will get another shot in two weeks before the voting starts. george. >> okay, tom, thanks. let's talk about this more with jon karl in south carolina for us and republican pollster kristen soltis anderson a columnist for "the washington examiner." john let me begin with you. trump said after the debate the bromance is over with ted cruz. who got the better of it? >> reporter: well, look, both of them, cruz and trump had their best debates of the campaign. they dominated this debate but trump clearly came out on top. his response to the new york values attack from cruz was so effective that cruz was actually applauding him and even that exchange on cruz's citizenship. you could argue that cruz won the exchange but look what they they were debating whether or not ted cruz is eligible to be president. trump wants to have. it's certainly not a debate that ted cruz wants to have. >> kristen, you thought ted cruz won.
think he rattled donald trump. donald trump's not someone who rattles easily but when cruz brought up the fact that donald trump's mother wasn't born in the united states, of course, that's irrelevant when it comes to the constitutionality of trump's campaign. but it did seem to throw him off his heels a little bit and you saw that this is the ted cruz who is a national debate champion in college. this is the ted cruz that came out to play last night. >> jon, at times the others seemed to struggle to get in a word during the debate but marco rubio really unleashed a barrage on cruz right at the end of the debate. >> reporter: he sure did. clearly marco rubio has calculated that he is not going to be able to beat donald trump unless he is first able to destroy ted cruz. they went back and forth at it. i think that that's the political cage match we'll see going into iowa. but, george, even on that score i think you could argue trump won because while they were beating up on each other, trump emerged from this debate largely unscathed. >> meantime, hillary clinton on late night tv last night. here she was with jimmy fallon. >> he does have a running
we both do. could you believe what he just said? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> what does that mean? i have no idea. yeah, we have an ongoing dialogue about it. >> that was her talking about how she watches debates with her husband former president bill clinton but, kristen, one of the things the republicans are salivating about is this cage match between bernie sanders and hillary clinton with him leading in iowa and new hampshire. >> you're right. if you take a look at the polls hillary clinton's decline or the decline of her lead looks about as dramatic as the decline in her lead looked eight years ago. are we seeing a rerun of the same movie because while hillary clinton gets certain piece of the side there are pieces from eight years ago that seem to be flocking to bernie sanders. particularly younger voters. first time caucusgoers and there has to be nervousness in the clinton camp. are we seeing a rerun of eight years ago. >> kristen, jon, thanks very much.
>> the latest on the powerball jackpot and the search for all three winners. questions about a reported winner in california that now and abc's kayna whitworth is tracking it all from pomona, california. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: hey, robin, good morning. so, a joke that a lot don't think is very funny. we rushed here to this nursing facility last night hoping to find a new multimillionaire. instead, finding more questions than answers. at first, it sounded like the perfect ending to a hollywood blockbuster. >> somebody won the lotto. >> reporter: a mother of seven and a nurse at a california nursing home drawing one of the three winning powerball tickets after her boss doled out 18,000 to his staff and residents. but now the nurse's family telling abc news it may all be a prank instigated by the nurse's son. her daughter telling the "l.a. times" this is one big misunderstanding. the boss who bought the tickets shlomo rechnitz believes the nurse may be the real winner but
amid public scrutiny. >> if this was a prank done by her son it's somewhat detestable. >> reporter: meanwhile, the race is on for the identity of the other two winners. in melbourne, florida, the media swarmed this home after reports that one of the winners may work at the publix where the winning numbers were purchased. and in munford, tennessee, home of the third powerball winner dana naifeh owns this store who sold the winning ticket. he gets a payout of $25,000 for selling it. meanwhile, in chino hills, california, 7-eleven owner balbir atwal received a million dollar check for selling the winning ticket. they have a group text going. lottery officials says no winner
also in tennessee a couple coming forward but they haven't turned that into officials yet either. robin. >> oh, okay, kayna. as you know there are a lot of fake, doctored winning powerball tickets that are going around like this guy. travis chaney posting on facebook nice knowing everyone. i'm buying an island and you can see that it's photoshopped because the numbers are not in numeric order going up so that was a clue -- >> pretty big clue. >> and we will have much more on the powerball tonight. it's a special "20/20" here on abc. >> okay, robin, we turn to that big storm targeting the east, a nor'easter taking aim from boston to washington and a lot of cold air behind it. >> this hurricane, alex, we'll try to get it all in right here. here's good news and bad news. for the southeast that low, big stormy rainy day all for florida, for georgia, a little bit the carolina, as well. the low drives up the coastline, this is the good news for the mid-atlantic and northeast over the weekend. this is a little weaker than
toward the east, what that means is rain but lighter rain on the coastline, new york, philly, boston, you're all getting on the wet side. there will be snow and less snow than earlier anticipated because this is so far out. what doesn't disappoint. the cold air. another strong, strong shot. yes, this weekend and all next week. if you were worried we weren't in winter, we are now. pittsburgh, from 34 saturday morning to 4 degrees monday morning. that's how serious this cold air. quick look at alex. a storm people will be talking about but ruins no one's day. this thing sits out there first january hurricane since 1938. so to folks like us who watch the weather very interesting to see it happen and very unusual. >> you're right about that. more from you in a bit. now to outrage in chicago. another video released showing an unarmed teenager shot by police. mayor rahm emanuel feeling the heat again after city attorneys blocked the video from being released for three years.
>> reporter: this morning, another controversial chicago police video. all unfolding in less than ten seconds. two officers chasing 17-year-old cedrick chatman, a suspect in a carjacking as he runs out of frame an officer opens fire striking him twice. another angle shows an officer stepping on the teen in and handcuffing him. chatman later died from his injuries. his family now filing a wrongful death lawsuit but in a statement an attorney for officers kevin frye and lou toth call it justified saying he opened fire after chatman pointed a dark object at them. a black iphone box was recovered on chatman but no weapon. it happened in 2013 and the video just surfacing now after chicago city attorneys abruptly dropped efforts to keep it sealed. a change says embattled mayor rahm emanuel due to the fallout of the now infamous laquan mcdonald video. >> we're in the middle of transition to different policies
>> reporter: but the changes not enough for protesters accusing emanuel of a cover-up and demanding his resignation. and prosecutors here did review the case. but found criminal charges against the officers involved were not warranted. robin. >> all right, alex, thank you. dan harris is here in for amy with the morning's other top stories. the big settlement from wall street? >> that's right, good morning, everybody. investment bank goldman sachs has agreed to pay more than $5 billion to settle charges it sold toxic mortgages leading to the financial crisis of 2008. nearly 2 billion will go to a relief fund that helps struggling homeowners. the governor of michigan is asking president obama to declare an emergency disaster area for flint. it has been plagued by contaminated water. they demand the governor resign for not doing more sooner. lead levels spiked since they changed supplies to save money. chipotle taking action. after the food poisoning
it's closing all of its restaurants for a day on february 8th so workers can learn about food safety procedures. and finally, just days away from a big playoff game, denver broncos star vaughn miller got sent home from practice. why? he says he went to see "star wars" and when he visited the concession stand he opted for the mozzarella sticks which made him a little sick. he spoke to reporters about it. here it is. >> tried to see "star wars" and sneak in there and see it and it snuck up on me. >> struck back. >> it struck back. the force struck back. >> the force struck back. he later said, quote, you can't put regular gas in a ferrari. yes. humble man. >> high opinion of himself. >> you know, i went to the chipmunks movie and i wasn't feeling well but stephanopoulos wouldn't fill in for me. >> chipmunks. >> run out of gas. >> in your ferrari.
>> thank you, dan. now to the oscars and for the second year in a row backlash over who was not nominated. the front page of this morning's "l.a. times" saying it all asking the question where is the diversity and abc's chris connelly is here with that story. good morning, chris. >> good morning and what we saw not people attacking this nomination or that nomination but asking questions, again, about the process and about the industry. just saying, the seven-person lineup for last night's a-list republican candidates debate was more diverse than the academy award 20 acting nominations. none of which went to a person of color for the second year in a row. >> a preview of the upcoming black oscacasnubs. >> comedy central's "the nightly show" saw this coming the night before with host larry wilmore more than ready to name names. >> will smith in "concussion." f. gary gray from "straight outta compton."
>> "creed" star michael b. jordan, yes. [ applause ] >> no. >> reporter: he got them right. add to that list "beasts of no nation," idris elba and reaction was swift and searing. it's actually worse than last year, tweeted april reign, creator of the viral hashtag oscars so white making a repeat appearance. reverend al sharpen calling it fraudulent. >> it's a hollywood and oscars problem. >> cheryl boone isaacs has sought to make oscar's ranks more diverse. >> we'll continue this conversation and do more than just talk. we are going to be doing. >> reporter: unafraid to push it himself. director spike lee used his speech at the governor's awards to promote change.
president of the united states as a black person than be the head of studio. >> alejandro g. inarriutu ho is mexican just one of many nationalities represented in the oscar nominations. robin. >> thank you very much. >> you can get a list on the website. >> sam, the storms, east is bracing. >> let's get west too because we've got a good amount of rain in the same place. the wall quickly. your weekend doesn't change based on what your week was like. san francisco, north, look at this. it's just another line, we're going into this area in some area, ski, tahoe, a lot of snow in the last 24 hour, maybe up to two feet in the next two days. this is going to be a nice delivery of rain and snow so locally 3 inches. snow up to two feet. some of the hardest, redding, medford. portland and seattle, as well.
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i realize we had two i realize we had two options, we could have lost faith and just let this battle get the best of us or i could give my daughter's battle with cancer a purpose. >> welcome back to "gma" and give it a purpose, he did. that's nfl player devon still accepting an award on behalf of his strong daughter, leah, at the espys last summer. her -- she inspired millions with her courageous battle against cancer. her daddy is saying she is now cancer-free and they'll be here live exclusively for us this friday morning. >> what a wonderful way to spend friday. that will be great. also right now, that brutal debate for the republicans last night.
at it fighting for votes, just over two weeks before the iowa caucuses and a giant storm from washington to boston followed by extreme cold temperatures. more than 25 degrees below zero. >> next week colder than this week. >> a sunny day in times square. "sesame street live" is here. oh, boy. brand-new season and a lot of fun with them coming up in our next hour. >> they are ready to go. always a lot of fun. but right now we have to switch gears, the story of an arkansas man accused of killing beverly carter. it shows the defense claims carter was leading a secret life and eva pilgrim has detail. >> it put fear in realtors across the country. we are hearing the accused killer's surprising account claims of a double life
killed beverly carter. >> this morning, the man would once admitted to kidnapping a real estate agent is on trial. >> why beverly? >> she was a rich broker. >> reporter: 33-year-old arron lewis is accused of murdering and kidnapping arkansas realtor beverly carter in september of 2014. >> my boy's mother, my wife, please turn beverly loose. >> reporter: police say carter vanished after showing this foreclosed home outside little rock. her body found days later at a concrete company where lewis recently worked. >> what else do you want to say to her family? >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: in court thursday the defense showing lewis' affidavit which he posted on his facebook page. in these 21 pages he spells out how he says he got rid of her body including drawings and he claims he wasn't the one who killed her. >> most people have secret lives and i think that when you have these kind of cases, unfortunately, those things have
>> reporter: lewis says he and his estranged wife crystal lowery met carter through a craigslist ad for sex and accidentally died while she was with his wife. his wife testifying for the prosecution thursday tells a different story saying the two targeted carter for weeks to rob her and that lewis was the one who killed her. >> crystal lowery testified that everything in arron's affidavit was false calling it a made up story. she also said she wouldn't take the plea deal if she hasn't actually committed the crime and now she wanted to tell the truth. >> reporter: the only thing the pair agreed on in court they went to waffle house after burying her body. the medical examiner testifying that it was highly improbable that carter died the way lewis describes in his statement. abc news has reached out to craigslist for comment but we have not heard back. >> so hard for the family, as you know. all right. thank you. now to that beauty queen forced to give up her crown. miss washington resigning after
conviction and now she's caught up in yet another scandal. this one involving a soccer star who was stabbed. she's speaking collusively to abc and neal karlinsky has that story for us. >> miss washington, usa. >> reporter: it was the crowning achievement for beauty queen stormy keffeler winning miss washington usa 2016. >> stormy keffeler. >> reporter: but this morning it's all just a painful memory. brunette beauty is giving the crown back under a firestorm of controversy. >> i have resigned as miss washington usa. >> reporter: the painful unraveling began when she was caught driving with two flat tires last april. her eyes were droopy, bloodshot and watery and her speech was very slurred according to the police report. she pleaded guilty to drunk driving with a blood alcohol reading nearly three times the legal limit just a month before the pageant. but she never disclosed it to pageant officials.
been convicted of a felony and when i contacted my lawyer, he told me that it was a misdemeanor. >> reporter: and now a new scandal. >> you have one victim stab wound lower abdomen. >> reporter: seattle police reporting a bizarre scene in which she was with marco pappa when he was stabbed in the stomach. no charges have been filed. police are reportedly still trying to figure out this strange scene and keffeler won't comment about it. >> i am a changed person and i'm willing to go out and prove it. it's hard when a dream you've had comes crashing down so i'm still hopeful that i still have the opportunity to change the world. >> reporter: for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. >> our thanks to neal. coming up that scary hoax saying your kids' lives are in danger and you need to pay a ransom. the fbi warning this morning. come on back. warning this morning.
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7:39. back now with "gma on the lookout" and this morning a warning about a growing and terrifying hoax. scammers who pretend to kidnap people scaring loved one into giving them money. the fbi says reports of these virtual kidnappings are on the rise and many more cases go unreported. abc's gio benitez is here with the details. good morning to you, gio. >> reporter: unbelievable. the fbi telling us overnight this is a growing trend over the past three years and happening all across this country. you said it. they're called virtual kidnappings. phone calls so convincing the victim truly believes a loved one is in danger and just hands over that cash. so this morning, "gma" is on the lookout. it is the chilling phone call that stopped one north carolina mother dead in her tracks. >> this man started yelling at me. your daughter's been in a car accident. >> reporter: an anonymous caller telling this woman just days ago that her daughter was in a car
boy. her identity. >> they told me they abducted her. he said if you put the phone down we'll shoot her. >> reporter: she says the man and take out $2800 for hospital bills. also sending her texts like this if you don't answer the phone, i'm going to kill her. >> a girl got closer to the phone and was sobbing and yelling and screaming help me, mom. help me, help me, mom. i've never had a scarier moment in my life. >> reporter: the quick thinking mom did as she was told but first writes this note to a bank teller on her phone help, daughter has been kidnapped. he is on phone meeting me at walmart. help. he wants $2800. call police. call my husband. police search for the daughter and find her safe. it was all a hoax. >> we told her she didn't need to wire any money. >> reporter: now this morning a renewed warning to families nationwide to take caution
many demanding anywhere between a few hundred bucks to a few thousand. listen to this frightening call. >> i'm scared. what do you want me to do? >> maddie montoya says a scammer threatened her brother's life. >> get in your vehicle. >> no, i'm scared. i don't know you. you're threatening me. >> okay, jason, go downstairs and do what you got to do to her brother. >> reporter: how do you stay safe? experts say it is critical to ask questions. >> force the kidnapper to provide you more details which he or she does not have. >> reporter: for that north carolina mom, she's just thankful her daughter is safe. >> all i wanted to do was hug my child. >> reporter: and remember that tip. just ask questions. as many as possible. guy, isn't this just disgusting? imagine getting that call and you're worried sick about this loved one. >> what to do. it could be a hoax. it could be real. thank you, gio. thanks so much. coming up, everybody, celine dion remembering her husband's life.
story and what she has to say about the love of her life this morning. i believe that the heart does go on s like... no. seriously? we'll give it a 6 for composition. scary. wow, what about just putting a fair, no haggle price on the window? not zany enough? sometimes the best deals are pretty plain to see. i was out in the dining room, you know, meeting the residents and i had a gentleman stop me and ask me if i made his dinner.
here >> celine dion, her classic "my heart will go on" and she gave her heart and soul to her husband of more than 20 years, rene who passed away yesterday. abc's deborah roberts has their love story. >> reporter: for celine dion it was the loss of her greatest love of all, husband rene angelil. i know you can feel it too >> reporter: the renowned singer posting on her facebook page, it is with deep sadness we announce that rene aged 73 died after a long and courageous fight against cancer. the singer seemed to know the end was near when i met her last march sharing with me how rene her longtime manager insisted she get back on the stage despite his heartbreaking second battle against throat cancer. >> sometimes and i think i'm used to it, don't feel what you need to feel. just do it.
>> i did. >> because you are a showbiz veteran. >> no, because i love him and i did and it was very hard. i realized that i couldn't do both. >> reporter: rene frail but bravely standing by his wife's side. >> reporter: months later the superstar singer making a courageous and emotional return. >> reporter: the two met when celine was just 12 years old. rene, 38. shaping her into one of the most successful singers in the world. celine telling abc news this past november about rene's perseverance. >> we all learn so much from him and i will always be very thankful. >> reporter: the couple who recently celebrated their 21st wedding anniversary had three children together. for "good morning america," deborah roberts, abc news, new york. my heart will go on >> this one is a real heartbreaker.
from doing that and just, they knew that the time was going to be not what they wanted and she was going to spend as much time with him as possible and you could feel -- every time you were in their presence you felt the love. >> it was a true love steer. we were talking about alan rickman who we also lost, david bowie all to cancer. we've had it with cancer. >> the moon shot. that's why it's so important what vice president biden -- >> alan rickman did so well in every single role he did. so versatile. >> i was sharing with you guys. there's a wonderful story in online today about how they looked at 50 very famous voices and what makes a great voice and it's tone and it's speed and frequency of words and he came out number one. >> wow. >> yes. he just had that exact right and when you think of his role, his voice is very memorable. >> oh, "harry potter" and daniel
did you see what he posted? so beautiful about what he said. that didn't matter where daniel was performing, that he was there. he was there for him and it was just such a great friend, actor. didn't have to do that and how much he learned from him and he treated him as a peer, not a child with "harry potter." because, remember, they were very young. >> they grew up on those sets. >> everything you heard about him. "love actually." i loved him in -- >> i did. he plays an everyday guy then he plays a villain and plays -- everything is so beautiful. >> cancer real h between david bowie, rene and alan rickman. >> all right, guys. when we come back at the top of the hour we have an uplifting story this morning. leah, leah still, #leahstrong. >> cancer-free. >> coming up, "gma's" winter concert series is presented by hilton. ready and waiting for you in
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current teachers will also see a pay raise basaed on education and experience. there's a new cap at about 90- thousand dollars a year. for the first time teachers who seek out professional development will earm more moeny down the road. the 2017 school year they'll start early that will be august 9th.... parents and students got a chance to weigh-in on breaking up the clark county school district. what exactly this will mean remains a big questions. the city and county held a town hall meeting last night where parents and students had the chance to share their opinion about breaking up ccsd, the 5th largest school district in the nation. parents and teachers have mixed feelings about all of it. "i question how many changes will really be made because of it." "i think that it is a good idea because our district is so large, however, if it's done correctly, you know, making sure everyone has the same
their own rules. good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and a major medical alert. a virus from mosquitoes linked to birth defects in babies. now a new travel warning may be coming. dr. besser is here live. this is my fight song the 5-year-old fighter inspiring millions. her dad revealing she's cancer-free. devon and leah still joining us live speaking out exclusively for the first time and we cannot wait to celebrate. am i wrong >> no more please. one school takes away the magic word asking teachers not to use it. >> what we're asking kids to do is not an option. it's an expectation. >> is no nonsense nurturing the key to keeping class in order?
far. until we feel all right and it's a victorious morning right here in times square. panic at the disco is back performing live as we say -- >> ah, good morning, america. ooh! this is my fight song take back my li >> we love that energy on a friday morning. >> we love that too. >> oh, we do, george. >> great to have devon and leah still with us this morning. big week for them both, and we're going to see how she's doing. >> we know one thing, cancer-free. >> such a darling girl right there. also "sesame street" is here this morning. always fun to see them. there they are right there in times square. a lot of our favorite characters stopping by. now they've got a new season coming up and a brand-new home. we're going to hear all about it. ginger went behind the scenes before her little baby. >> uh-huh. also this morning we're
breakfast, lunch, dinner, we're going to make them easier, healthier and less expensive. sometimes when you -- >> trifecta. >> i know, because sometimes when you think about healthier, you're thinking expensive but we have some tips for you. >> yes, please. i'm actually fine with the word please so from whatever is going to happen here. >> sam is jumping ahead. >> we have to get the morning rundown from dan harris. >> we're going to start with the breaking news from hawaii where two military helicopters have collided off the north shore of oahu. the choppers were carrying 12 people. the coast guard and the navy are now out searching a two-mile debris field for any survivors. heavy search of is making it more challenging. we don't know what 'caused the crash. stocks dropping 400 points this morning and walmart is closing more than 260 stores. bromance between donald trump
overnight during the republican debate in south carolina trump continued to question whether cruz is even eligible to be president, which cruz called a non-issue. >> back in september my friend donald said that he had had his lawyers look at this from every which way and there was no issue there. there was nothing to this birther issue. >> the fact is there is a big overhang. there is a big question mark on your head, and you can't do that to the party. you really can't. >> cruz also questioned whether trump is a real conservative saying he has, quote, new york values. trump fired back citing the inspiration of the way new yorkers responded to the 9/11 attacks. the u.n. security council is holding an emergency meeting today hoping to pressure all sides in the ongoing syrian civil war to lift the blockades that are preventing food and medicine from reaching three cities. some aid has arrived, but it's really not nearly enough. the u.n. says the government and the
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rich besser, thanks very much. you'll be answering questions on twitter this morning? >> i will. >> terrific. let's go over now to -- who is over there? lara. >> thank you very much, george. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." she's the 5-year-old the whole world is rooting for. leah is cancer-free and she is here live with her dad and we'll hear from them both. and then, oh, please, some schools are encouraging teachers to stop using the magic word. we couldn't believe it. can't wait to hear what you think about that. we'll get into that. and then right out this door, a little brisk, but it's not going to stop me because "sesame street" and these guys are joining us in times square. hi. hi. ah. how lucky am i? it's all coming up on "gma." don't go anywhere. hi, everybody. hey, you. "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by new centrum vitamints, a multivitamin you
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my fight song welcome back to "gma." oh, my goodness. leah still is the 5-year-old who captured all the world's attention, our hearts, inspired millions, bravely facing cancer. now she and her daddy have scored the biggest victory of all. look at them. they're here in our studio. she's cancer-free. we're going to talk to them in just a moment. first a look at their story. >> i'm ready for today. you ready for today? >> uh-huh.
let's do it. fist pump. >> reporter: it was the fist pump that warmed our hearts and started 5-year-old's leah still's cancer-free journey. >> hi, daddy. >> reporter: the daddy/daughter powerhouse, devon and leah still, have shared their message of courage and strength one selfie and fist pump at a time ever since leah was diagnosed with stage 4 pediatric cancer at the age of 4. >> my name is leah. >> reporter: her fight inspiring millions, and today according to her proud papa, houston texans defensive tackle devon still, little leah was won her battle. last week posting this pic of a smiling leah in a rock star pose with the caption "last treatment. let's go" then on instagram on wednesday, the football star boasting his daughter's stats, if you will. 41 days of chemotherapy, 40 days
19 days of radiation. 7-hour surgery, 1 win. with that caption, i can really say my daughter beat cancer. >> when my daughter was first diagnosed with cancer, i felt like i was in a nightmare. >> reporter: it has been a trying year for the two who recently won the 2015 jimmy v. perseverance award at the espys. but for this doting dad, greater than any award or win on the gridiron is his little girl's win against cancer. and devon and leah still are joining us. they deserve a standing ovation. yes, yes. >> can i get a fist pump? can i get a fist pump? can i get one from your daddy? all right. whoo. we needed this today. we needed to hear your story. how are you feeling? you just got out of the hospital. how is it going? how are you feeling? >> really good. >> really good. not just good, but really good. how is that -- how has your daddy helped you through all
>> good. >> he's been a good daddy. is he fun? >> uh-huh. >> i can tell. it's -- there are no words, and when you heard the words that she is doing as well as she is after giving a pretty dire diagnosis, what did that mean to you to hear those words? >> i'm just thankful. i mean, it was definitely a long road traveled. and, you know, with battling cancer and specifically my daughter's type of cancer, you know, a lot of families aren't fortunate to make it through the whole battle, so we definitely feel blessed and very thankful that we had the doctors and the people around us to help us through this battle. >> and you all have been just so public about it. did you see your daddy when he was at the espys and he got up there on the stage. we were talking beforehand. you didn't want him to cry. you were like, daddy, don't be a cry baby. is that what you said to him? >> yes. >> yes, you did but it was such an inspirational speech. the jimmy v. perseverance award because both of you, leah and devon, how you have persevered
why did you decide to share so much of your story in hopes of helping others? >> it was important to us. to be honest, before my daughter was diagnosed with cancer, i didn't know too much about childhood cancer and just knowing that i had the platform i knew that i could reach a big audience and inform everybody what it's like for a family to deal with pediatric cancer, therefore, people step up like they did and help out those that are in need. >> how did you feel? #leahstrong. how are you so strong? >> i don't know. i think it's cause of my dad and me. >> oh, your daddy makes you strong. he makes you strong like that together. and i know that that has meant a lot to you, the outpouring, the love and the support, and you are continuing to give back. congratulations, you and your beautiful fiancee have set a date, and you established something called the knot where people can help children who have gone through what leah has.
>> we wanted to continue to fight against pediatric cancer so instead of having a gift registry for ow wedding decided to have a charity registry where people can go to the knot.com/dreams and donate money being the still strong >> i heard you're going to be the flower girl. do you have your dress all picked out? >> uh-huh. >> i think people will help on the knot decide what you'll wear and different things like that so it's great what you are doing and how you realize. what do you say for a daddy and a mommy that is sitting at home and they have a child like leah that's facing some tough times, what is your message for them, devon? >> don't give up. i mean, i think that's been the point that anybody who is battling cancer says to everybody, just don't give up. it's a lot of dark spots. not a lot of positive things you hear from the doctors but if you keep the mind frame, you can make it through anything and i documented our story on social media so parents that are going
look back and see exactly what we was doing to get through >> now you're with the houston texans. are you ready to see your daddy >> yes. >> yes. what do you like to do? >> i'd like to be a cheerleader at penn state. [ cheers and applause ] >> wonderful! penn state. lara is from penn state. why did you do that? why penn state? >> because my dad goes to penn state. he used to. that's right. >> we are! >> we are. >> leah, we love you. thank you. thank you for giving us hope. just thanks for being the beautiful little girl that you are. >> okay. >> okay. [ laughter ] we'll see you on the sidelines at penn state. devon, continued blessings. congratulations on everything. the knot. the knot. >> the knot. >> take care. >> george. >> she could be the most inspiring cheerleader ever. you know, we all teach our kids to say please and thank you but now some teachers are saying please has no place in the classroom.
method called no nonsense nurturing sparking quite a debate in north carolina. abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: the movie "kindergarten cop" shows us how easily a classroom can get out of control. but the druid hills academy in charlotte, north carolina, is taking measures to prevent unruly behavior by implementing a unique technique called no nonsense nurturing. >> it's a way teachers and schools go about creating the culture and the conditions in which students thrive. >> reporter: proponents say it bolsters collaboration and support. we saw firsthand in this sixth grade math class. >> what is y? go. >> before i would tell students to come in the classroom and do your warm-up. now with no nonsense warm-up, i say when i say go, i want you to walk into the classroom. grab your warm-up off the bookshelf. your voice is on zero. you will sit down in your
warm-up and you have five minutes to do that. >> reporter: and the word "please" is used very sparingly. >> what we're asking is not an option. it's an expectation. no one would say to you, will you come to work today, please. >> reporter: this program is used by 250 schools across the country and aims to create an environment that is structured and consistent for students, so what does this teacher hear from her students? >> they typically say, you know, we love miss alfred but she doesn't play. >> reporter: but reaction from parents is mixed. >> i don't agree with it point-blank, period. >> we'll try it and see how it wo >> reporter: as for the teachers, they say the proof is in the positive results. >> it also reduces suspension and reduces the amount of time a student spends outside the classroom due to misbehavior because they have the opportunity to comply to your directions because you're specific. you're concrete. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> let's talk about this now. ericka souter, editor of mom.me is here. we just heard about the results. what do you think?
there's something that seems nurturing about this program but if you take a look at communities or teachers dealing with very chaotic classrooms or maybe there are discipline problems at home that are carrying over into the classroom this can have a positive effect and that's what we saw a little bit in that video. but if you have kids who are not -- don't have those kind of problems, it can create an atmosphere of fear and anxiety and makes the classroom a tense situation. >> but it is trying to counter that everyone gets a trophy mentality. >> yeah, definitely. i'm a big fan of doing that when they're 2 and 3 and just being introduced to things and encouraging participation but when you get to 4 or 5, they really to start learning that you need to earn that praise and so this can go a long way in helping that kind of mentality. >> what do you think parents should take away from this and incorporate at home? >> well, every kid needs structure. every kid needs structure and discipline. and you want to make sure that you are putting rules in place and that they know that they have to follow those rules. but i don't see anything wrong with saying please and thank
>> i think the first time you ask is a please, and if the child doesn't listen, it's i'm not going to ask you again. >> exactly. and forfeiting that doesn't mean you're giving up control. it just means you're teaching them to be respected and that >> i love what you just said there. forfeiting control. >> not at all. i just -- i don't -- about manners. >> right. >> i am too. i agree but there is a time and place where, you know -- children crave -- >> structure. >> -- structure and control and knowing that they have somebody who's in control of the situation. to say please do this, they take advantage. >> maybe it's how you say please. >> it's not an option. still be polite. >> they know they have to do it and they have to follow rules and there should be penalties in place if they don't. >> but i do appreciate that they are trying to do something, that they recognize there's a problem and trying -- it's a creative solution for them and if it's working for them --
we just want to make sure it doesn't discourage kids from asking for help if they need it or ask questions in a classroom. all those things are still important even if you need kids to follow the rules. >> a great discussion. >> let's go outside to sam. >> all right, everybody, so i thought i was walking out into times square, but apparently this is hickory, north carolina. everybody from hickory, raise your hand and wave. look at this. [ cheers and applause ] there is no one at home in hickory, north carolina. we're going to start with charleston, by the way, only because you have a little rain moving in. and because we had such a horrible october with rain, any rain in charleston is likely to kick off flood warnings so watch that low drive up the coastline. bad news for the southeast in the fact that there are very heavy storms. tampa, you're moments away from getting another line working in there. on the national map out west, we continue with that problem of rain although i got to tell you it is a lot of rain all the way from northern california into the great northwest. that's the weather around the
here's what you ca [ cheers and applause ] >> let's go back to -- >> all: lara. >> thank you so much, sam. get in here. it is "pop news" time, and we have a solution this morning for moms feeling the empty nester blues. a mom from amsterdam who was sad that her preteen son no longer wanted hugs figured out a very creative solution. she just knitted a new one, a lifesize woolen replica of her boy tailored to perfection. george, your face is amazing
her son, slightly terrified you wonder, no, he was actually probably thrilled because he didn't have to give hugs or kisses because that preteenage, that's the way it goes and even helped her photograph the woolly doppelganger skateboarding, eating junk food, of course, getting a hug from mom. the results have had thousands online in stitches. >> wait for it. wait for it. >> yeah. >> i'm just -- i got to let that one go. >> like what -- >> sam's not going to let it go. >> when you watch that story, george, what -- >> it's a little creepy. >> a little creepy. >> yay. then i have done my job in "pop news." >> well, it's only creepy if you stuff it. >> if you what? >> never mind. >> tried to move on. >> okay. i'm sorry. you're right, george. just let it go. >> also earlier this week, we told you about a job opening for goat cuddlers.
>> this one is for dan. >> a woman named sophie from australia has posted a come to her house and curl up on the end of her bed and purr help her sleep. >> this is creepy friday. what are you doing? >> $40 an hour for producing a nice consistent purr. >> i have a question. >> go, please. >> do you have to be in costume or can you just go as you are? and lay on the bed and purr? >> there is one job requirement. you must show up in a realistic cat costume and you must -- >> dan, do you have one of those? >> and you must enter on all fours. >> i'm sorry, what? >> that's required? >> what i would say is why not spare all the time and expense your local shelter. >> there you go. >> very good. >> as it turns out, the woman apparently was having a bad day. she said she was actually sort
enjoyed the multitude of applicants who actually sent responses for this job, which we believe may or may not, one of them, have come from this guy. >> who's grumpier, me or grumpy cat? grumpy cat. >> awesome. and then finally in "pop news" on this -- what did you call it? >> creepy friday. >> creepy friday. not freaky friday. you're not going with alliteration. just full creep. perfect. from the why didn't i think of that friday file, take a look at this man impressing thousands on the internet. obviously he's hungry, he's at a buffet and makes a big plate. i totally get that then he realizes it's just not enough, and he comes up with a genius idea and there you go, everybody.
palace 13 years ago. "i think rene bringing celine to the colliseum at caesars was the beginning of the superstar." dion's concerts were cancelled for the weekend. she is expected to return in late february. we're learning more about the henderson man accused of killing his father. daron clanton told police the whole thing started when his father wanted to see his grades from u-n-l-v. according to the arrest report for daron clanton... daron told his father kevin there were no grades because he hadn't been enrolled in classes for over a year. daron then saw his father coming out of the office..he says he got scared and ran to the master bedroom and grabbed a gun. daron says kevin was still walking towards him so he opened fire. the report says daron didn't warn his father he was going to shoot if he didn't stop walking toward him....and never tried to run. he is facing murder charges this morning.
grouchy morning, america. so, why isn't anybody reporting my oscar nomination? here's one of my favorites. >> "sesame street." >> i'm a guy name ernie. >> we made it here because we got up early. >> "sesame street" is here to say. >> all: a big great morning to "gma." >> yeah. >> that's what i'm talking about. >> thank you, guys. i think deserve a nomination for that one. great to have them back here. they're straight out of "sesame street" and talk more about their season coming up. also this morning, jimmy kimmel celebrating the oscar
of matt damon. >> the nominees are bryan cranston in "trumbo." leonardo dicaprio in "the revenant," michael fassbender in "steve jobs," eddie redmayne in "the danish girl." and matt damon in "the martian." >> oh, man. >> that is a friend. that's a friend. >> now you understand why i was trying to figure out how to couch it. good luck to all of the oscar contenders this year. as you know, they're on abc, right now though let's get to robin. >> all right, guy, thank you very much. and it's time now for our final installment of this week's re-boot camp as we head over the weekend we have your ultimate food fix for 2016. best-selling author and dear friend nutritionist rachel beller is here to re-boot your favorite meals with less expensive, easy and healthy tricks. great to see you, as always.
>> when you talk to healthy people, it's going to cost something but you'll be able to save us. >> everyone can do this. >> we'll talk about things that are so 2015. so last year. >> done. >> and all from breakfast to dinner, so we start with breakfast and this is something that people usually have been doing. the lattes. >> last year everyone started their morning with sweet drinks, soy latte, chai lattes. they come with a heavy price tag, about $5, 350 calories and four teaspoons of sugar. >> four teaspoons so in with the new 2016 is all about the golden latte. >> what's that? >> the golden latte starts with coconut milk and infuse it with herbs, spices that are going to be like cinnamon, ginger, turmeric. anti-inflammatory properties. it's time to upgrade. >> you have gotten me on turmeric. it's wonderful and a very good -- >> so well researched and the fat in the coconut milk helps you absorb these spices. pepper, if you're daring also helping you absorb the good stuff.
>> so expensive. >> it is. >> move on to lunch now and people were really big about, you, the salads, thought they were doing good and putting superfoods on it. >> a lot of superfoods. they're expensive and cost $7 to $15 for about an eight-ounce serving. pomegranate and hemp seed. they're great but in with the new. our bargain superfoods, so -- >> what's on these? >> these are salads and elevated them with superfoods. for example, seaweed. should be a kitchen staple. >> i know. >> i know. you do like burritos out of them or top your salad with them. about ten cents a sheet. orange peel. things we throw away. good cancer-fighting properties. you know what, celery leaves. >> and the carrot tops. >> loaded with vitamin c.
the calcium as the stalk. >> these have been all the rage. >> the popcorn with all the different flavors. >> flavors, kale, pickle juice, all these different flavors we had. >> we think we're doing halfway well. >> yes, and it's not necessarily bad. people have food allergies to corn and so forth but looking at 2016. we are looking for new snacks. and this one is gluten-free. sorghum. people use it as a flour but it's really -- check this out. wow. >> this is great. you're not going to eat that. but you can pop it. you basically take a brown paper bag, two minutes in the microwave. >> that turns into that. >> it does. it's mini, mini, mini popcorn kernels. it's sorghum and it's got a lot of fiber. protein. it's good. >> it's like popcorn. >> you don't have the little kernels. >> it's my -- you use it as a porridge as well and eat it for breakfast, packed with fiber and protein. gluten-free and jazz it up with
could potentially help burn fat and nutritional yeast, b-12, energy. incredible stuff. >> i want to get to this. >> last year we were spiralizing everything. this year basically we're protifying. we are getting protein from our pasta. this is chickpea pasta. >> i knew it. so it's got a lot of protein. look how it's the main event. so you're having this instead of a cup of beans. 14 grams of protein. loaded with fiber. this stuff is incredible. got your veg, you got to try it. >> i'm telling you, i had tried and i have to admit i was like, chickpeas. it tastes like pasta. >> you're not into that -- >> i know. >> this is a good way to get fiber and detox and it's a win. >> taste approved. rachel, thank you very much. go to our website and get so much more information. thanks so much. lara. >> thank you so much, robin. here with me is olivia munn. she plays a tough detective in
girl. just look what happens when kevin hart, of course, kevin tries to use her computer. >> oh. girl -- >> i said don't touch. >> ow. >> soft tissue manipulation. pressure points. come on, you should be able to get out of that. >> she got my appendix. she locked this whole side - ow. oh. >> i don't know about that one. >> embarrassing him. >> you're pathetic. detective, atlanta vice. down here a couple of days on assignment assignment. >> detective cruz, homicide. >> funny movie. thanks for being with us this morning. >> thanks for having me. it's my first time. >> first time here. >> very excited. >> thank you. >> so kevin hart, we love. he comes on the show a lot. what was it like working with him. how did it all come together? your first meeting. >> i got the offer for "ride along 2" at the same time i was finishing "the newsroom."
work in any schedule. >> which was great. >> thank you very much. it didn't look like it would work out then i was backstage at an awards show and met kevin and instantly were like brother and sister and laughing and joking and coincidentally that morning i called jon stewart because i was on "the daily show" and said i got this offer for a movie and i'm not sure. he said kevin hart is an amazing human being and you have to do whatever you can to be playing around with him because it'll be the best experience in your life and after i saw him and hung out with him i called my reps and said figure out a way for it to happen. i never laughed more. >> how do you get through scenes? >> you don't. this is how you get through it. ice cube makes kevin leave the set when i'm on set and he will mess with me and make me laugh so much he literally has to be asked to leave set. >> that's how it is every time he's on the show. you guys have three minutes for an interview. good luck. you cannot control the
>> he's like that all the time. it's not just because he's on camera. he's just off camera he's always like that. >> you are a also -- congratulations on your career. i know you were a journalism major and have rocketed from "the daily show" to now big movies. you're in "x-men." >> psylocke. what's your power? >> telepathic and telekinetic. she can read everyone's mind. >> when does it come out? >> end of may. >> we will look for that. >> in the meantime, you can look for "ride along 2." it hits theaters today. thank you, olivia munn. great to see you. >> great to see you too. >> sam, we'll go out to you. >> wow, she's gorgeous. i am also telepathic and what's the other thing? >> telekinetic. >> yes, that's it. let's talk about what's going on on the west coast of florida. got trouble. long line of storms, it will get you, tampa. be aware. there could be waterspouts and
will now to this deep freeze. all weekend long look at these numbers. places like minneapolis could stay below zero from now until monday morning. below zero from now till monday morning. that's a real issue. the west coast, southwest looking fairly good. we have this gorgeous dry sky right here from dallas up to the north and nashville looking good, as well. heavy rain moves up the east coast. all that brought to you by lumber liquidators. >> that's a rocking line of storms headed for tampa. i just -- >> i can't hear you. i'm having chickpea pasta. >> surprisingly good. sam, thank you. we thank you for helping us out this week with ginger on maternity leave. [ applause ]
just came right back and it was great to hear your big, booming laugh down the hallway and all that and we say thank you because you're a very busy man. you're at the weather channel putting together a nighttime show. >> i'm really excited. the morning show is off and running. jim cantore is on it. now we're working on nighttime. "23.5 degrees" is the name of a new show. we call it if you're a weather geek you understand the earth isn't standing up like this it's rotated and it's 40,000-year average is 23.5 degrees so we're reaching out to the science community because all of these interviews will be long interviews on climate, weather, science, a little technology thrown in. the stuff i'm passionate about and it's the stuff that usually gets, you know, tossed out in a sound-bite but we want to really understand from the people doing the science what's going on. >> it's like "real housewives." >> it's a lot like "real housewives." forget everything i said. it's like that. >> no, i love the title of it.
a little -- >> we have a clip, i think. >> let's take a look. venue where people who are trying to make a difference can have a voice and have a place to talk about their passions. weather, climate, environment, technology, science, they're the topics of our lives right now. so let's talk about them. >> that beard is coming back. >> can we talk about the hair? >> and the hours are a whole lot better. >> sam, will you come back and visit. >> i would love to. >> ginger, thanks for making the phone call and asking me to come in. >> sam champion! [ applause ] and new show launching in february on the weather channel. if you want to follow us on twitter, instagram or facebook are -- >> 23pt5. follows every one of those.
now airing for the first time on hbo along with pbs, this new season brings a new set and a new sensibility to the beloved series. >> did somebody say they need help to save the day? >> reporter: oscar's trash can is now joined by a recycling bin. our favorite bird has a brand-new nest. a lot of changes at "sesame street"? >> yeah and look, i got my toys in here and photos and way up there a picture of me as a baby. >> reporter: abby cadabby has a new community garden. >> i can even grow magical vegetables. >> no. >> i don't want to give away too much. >> okay. but it's pretty good. >> reporter: our friend elmo has moved into the brownstone. >> it's got new books. it's a wonderful place to hang out. the only downside, you see over there that's oscar's trash can. bleh. not fun in summer. >> reporter: there are still cameos like gwen stefani and
will always be all our old friends. for "good morning america," ginger zee, abc news, new york. >> you bet they will. thank you, ginger. we're joined by carol-lynn parente, the executive producer of "sesame street." >> yay. >> you're going on hbo but still on pbs, as well. >> yes, hbo has been a wonderful partner because they really understood how important our relationship is with pbs and our mission about having "sesame street" be available to those who need it most? what can you tell us about the new season. >> more changes in season 46 of "sesame street" than any season before it. arrangement to our song and a new opening shot on our set and our whole neighborhood's been renovated so took buildings down and actually put big bird's nest in a tree and it's just beautiful. >> so does that mean new housing for oscar? >> oscar actually has not only his can now but recycling bins
so -- >> sam got a kick out of that. okay, who are you looking forward to working with this season? >> we have miss gwen stefani. >> oh, yeah. >> she was magical. >> pharrell. >> he is so nice. >> and miss sara bareilles -- >> and alan. >> alan cumming. >> yes. >> so funny, yeah. >> uh-huh. >> oh, and nina. >> we have a new neighbor. >> we have a new neighbor. >> oh, no kidding. thank you all for coming in. great to see you again, guys. >> have a good morning, everybody. >> you can see all these guys on hbo premieres tomorrow and coming up, panic at the disco
here now with panic at the disco, who announced a new tour overnight and brand-new album, "death of a bachelor" out this morning, went straight to number one on itunes. out here with us, "gma" performing "victorious." >> yay yeah! tonight we are victorious champagne pouring over us all my friends were glorious tonight we are victorious oh oh oh oh victorious oh oh oh double bubble disco queen headed to the guillotine skin as cool as steve mcqueen let me be your killer king it hurts until it stops we will love until it's not i'm a killing spree in white eyes like broken christmas
my touch is black and punch-drunk kiss it drink the water drink the wine oh we gotta turn up the crazy livin' like a washed up celebrity shooting fireworks like it's the fourth of july until we feel all right until we feel all right i'm like a scarf trick it's all up the sleeve i taste like magic waves that swallow quick and deep throw the bait catch the shark bleed the water red fifty words for murder and i'm every one of them my touch is black and poisonous and nothing like my punch-drunk kiss i know you need it do you feel
wine oh we gotta turn up the crazy living like a washed up celebrity shooting fireworks like it's the fourth of july tonight we are victorious champagne pouring over us all my friends were glorious tonight we are victorious tonight we are victorious champagne pouring over us all my friends were glorious tonight we are victorious oh we gotta turn up the crazy livin' like a washed-up celebrity shooting fireworks like it's the fourth of july until we feel all right until
see a doctor.police spent the earhours searching for a burglary suspect after he hit a mcdonalds near torrey pines and vegas drive. chopper 13 over the scene...we saw police get someone around 6:30 am after hours of searching. that man was taken away in an ambulance...we'll keep following this story and update you as soon as we learn more. this deadly officer involved shooting on new year's eve is now raising concerns. police say it could change how the whoe department communicates.
up! you hear the officer yell to 23- year-old keith childress to get on the ground there this all started on new years eve when u-s marshals asked metro for help arresting an armed fugitive wanted for attempted murder. within moments childress had been shot five times and later died. authorities learned later that childress was not wanted for attempted murder. he was missing court on robbery and assault convictions. and he wasn't carrying a gun...he had a cellphone in his hand good morning las vegas is live every weekday with all of your weather, traffic and breaking news... join us-- four-30 to seven.. more local news headlines are coming up on action news live
jo it is friday, taking a live look outside. >> yesterday we mentioned how they are filming scenes with for the bourne movies. and a new comedy clubs, and 50 shades, the parody. it is a great show, by the way,if you want to check it out. she is in that show. she knows. >> i'm not biassed at all. >> how are you?