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the small plane had a student pilot at the controls. police heard cries from the water and grabbed kayaks that were tied up nearby. their only light, from a helicopter above. well, we turn now to the tense standoff between apple and the fbi over accessing the contents of the iphone of the san bernardino shooters. >> okay. so, researchers say it is possible to hack into that phone without apple's help. and now one of america's foremost experts on cybersecurity is stepping up to the plate. here's abc's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: a proposal to break the stalemate between the fbi and apple over the government's demand the tech giant hack into the iphone of the san bernardino shooter. cybersecurity pioneer john mcafee offering to do it himself for free in three weeks. >> i guarantee, you give me the phone, i'll give you the data. >> reporter: mcafee defending apple saying the fbi's request to create a so-called backdoor
system puts hundreds of millions of iphone users at risk. his plan involves physically taking apart this phone and only this phone eliminating any risk to others. >> using social engineering plus the hardware and the software, we would perform our magic with the wands and it comes out. this is how it works. there are 10,000 hackers in the world who could easily do what i'm suggesting myself. >> reporter: but the government has said it needs apple's help to get into syed farook's phone. no word if the fbi is considering his offer, but mcafee is so confident in his ability to crack that phone, that he told me very colorfully, if he fails, he will eat his shoe on live tv. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> well, that's a throwdown, huh? >> i guess. researchers say hacking into the iphone is at least technically possible. so we'll see how this all plays out. maybe it will not make it to the supreme court but it sure is heading that way it seems. >> oh, boy, yeah.
and the bitterness ends i stayed up with you all night had i known how to save a life a high school wrestling team from utah was in provo for a state tournament last week when two of its members were put to a test. neither one of them could have possibly expected this. >> their quick moves off the mat helped save the life of a man from idaho. hailey higgins from our salt lake city station has the story. >> we were there for a reason and we did what we could. >> reporter: best friends devin english and allan madsen with five teammates and their coach when a woman screamed for help near their hotel room. the students quickly jumped into action. >> the first thing that popped into my mind was this woman was being attacked, and it kind of scared me who i was going to come up against or what kind of scene i was going to come to and what i would do about it. but what i came to was a lot worse.
preston, idaho, was having a medical emergency after undergoing back surgery. his wife kathy was panicking by his side. >> his head was tilted back and he was out of it. you could tell something was wrong. so, i'm sitting there, so i went straight for his neck, started feeling for a pulse. nothing. >> reporter: alongside their coach, english and madsen picked up his lifeless body from the chair and started cpr. they kept him alive until medical crews came. after our interview, kathy called and spoke to the boys for the first time. >> i would just say to them that they mean the world to me. i don't know them personally. i don't even know all their names, but we love them dearly. >> reporter: kathy is convinced her husband wouldn't be alive without their help. she calls them heroes. the boys disagree. >> it's the right thing to do. you shouldn't think twice about something like that. you act upon it. you need to do it. >> reporter: and while they didn't bring home the trophy from the state tournament, the athletes tell me they did
in fact, in that phone call that we had with kathy, they thanked her for the life experience. here in hurricane, hailey higgins, good4utah. >> good group of guys. >> good for them. nice job on them. clearly a very large family is very happy. >> i think the theme of our broadcast has been learn cpr. >> that really has been a key. and it really is an important one. the american heart association recommends everyone to get trained. they do have lessons available on their website. and please do. >> there's always youtube here. >> when i go into some problems here -- >> i got your back. don't you worry. there's also a defibrillator here, too. >> mouth to mouth, too? a defib rit later here, too. >> mouth to mouth. and those in megared krill oil. unlike fish oil, megared is easily absorbed by your body... ...which makes your heart, well, mega-happy. happier still, megared is proven to increase
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well, the dead of winter is the perfect time when you're cooped up inside to do some organizing around the house. >> as you clean and purge, you might find that you have more space than you actually realize. maybe have enough to create an entire home office. here's abc's sara haines. >> reporter: we all have one. a room at home that's only purpose is for accumulating junk. for me it's this laundry room/coat closet that i don't know what to do with. so i call my friend and designer extraordinaire francesco to see >> francesco, i'm so glad you're here. >> how are you? trixie. >> hi, trixie. problem area. i know there's got to be more we can do in here but it's a mess.
let's take your mess -- >> thank you >> to maintain. >> reporter: francesco's first tip for redesigning a space, think outside the box. >> i think what we can do here is turn this from a laundry room into a command center. >> reporter: tip two, find inspiration. >> we're going to look for something on pinterest to handle our storage needs and for some pretty stuff. >> reporter: tip three, shop your home. i gave him free reign of my apartment to find items i already owned. >> perfect. >> reporter: that could work in the space. after a little bit of heavy lifting, we checked the final tip off our list. >> tip four, add a few extras. now it's my favorite part. the clean-up. >> reporter: let the transformation begin. the final result, a functional space that doubles as a chic home office, and i'm ready to put it to good use. sara haines' command center. >> oh, go, sara! >> that is smart. i'm going to say that she kind of cleaned up before he got there. >> you think so? >> that didn't look that messy.
>> but look at me. i'm even tidier with my shoes. my closet's even bigger. >> i mean, that closet right there -- >> my dream closet. >> -- only the ones devoted to your ma knoll low blahniks. >> oh, is that right? the jimmy choos have another wall for themselves. >> they have a whole other wall. >> what about the target brands? >> you go to target. >> i love target. there's nothing wrong with tar-jay.
>> that's what she says. "did you hear a shot?? and i said no. did you hear the ambulance? no....did you hear cops? no." a woman dealing with the pain of losing her husband is now searching for answers. it's a story you'll see only on 13 action news. good morning las vegas! let's get right over to dayna