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after a very long search that included temporarily shutting down part of the subway. he was initially arrested for stealing jeans and a jacket at a gap store in the financial district. he was handcuffed behind his back, and placed in a patrol car. during the ride back to the first precinct in tribeca, he somehow slipped off his handcuffs and told the officers he was sick. when they pulled the car over to him help, they say toon kicked the door open and ran toward the franklin street subway where he disappeared into a tunnel. the mta shut down the subway for nearly two hours on the 2 and 3 lines while police searched. around 1:30 this morning they found him at group home in sunset park brooklyn. those two arresting officers who lost track of toon have now been suspensioned. >> they have had their guns and badges removed, and they are totally off the streets. they will go back for a
they will be transferred from their commands, needless to say this will impact on their future careers in the department dramatically. >> reporter: and we've been told their suspension will last at least 30 days. this by the way is the sixth time since june that a suspect has somehow escaped nypd custody. the chief of the department says this is not a training issue but rather a matter of officers simply paying attention. we're live, dray clark channel 7 eyewitness news. thank you. we're following a developing story in new jersey. police in newark are investigating a string of gas station robberies. armed suspects reportedly held up the speedway gas station on park avenue and the exon on mccarter highway early this morning. no injuries were reported. it is unclear exactly how many other places were robbed. we are working this story. we will bring you new information as soon as it becomes available.
dropping, and it's looking like our last weekend of fall will start out blustery. meteorologist bill evans with a look at the accuweather forecast. >> it is getting chilly, and the temperature keeps dropping every hour. here's a look across the park. we have cloudy skies and our temperature is 46. we started at 56 and the temperature has been steadily dropping every hour. now we're at 45 at riverdale. 45 around whitestone queens. normal average afternoon high this time of year, the seasonal average is 42. the wind gusts are cranking out of the west and northwest. you'll see from 22 miles per hour to 24 around newark and about 18 to 21 is kind of common now. newburgh and poughkeepsie 29 miles an hour wind gusts. a couple of sprinkles and some clouds and colder air is trying. high pressure pushing in from the west here, and that will build in this afternoon, make it rather windy. as we go through the afternoon into the evening, you can see the temperature after sunset drops into the low 40s and 30s
tomorrow morning we start out at the freezing mark and below for the first time in a while. tomorrow afternoon we're only looking at temperatures around 41 to 40 degrees. that's normal for this time of the year. we start sunday with temperatures once the wind dies i believe there's upper 20s and right around the freezing mark for sunday mornings. it's going to be a cold weekend. the windchill will be around 30, 27, 30, 31, that's tomorrow at noon. going to be the coldst day of the fall the last weekend of fall. we winter next week. we could have record high temperatures by christmas eve and christmas day. shirleen, david back to you. see you soon. thank you. police have charged the driver of a porsche that crashed into a school bus in queens killing his passenger with dwi. the bus was empty and parked outside ps22 in flushing when the porsche crashed into it. the porsche's female passenger was killed.
sung of long island suffered non-life-threatening injuries. students had to enter the school through side doors as authorities cleared the wreckage from out front. the nypd now investigating two slashings in different boroughs. both of them appear to be random and unrelated. the most recent incident happened in brooklyn. police say a 38-year-old man and his attacker both got off the a train. when the victim walked off the stairs he felt something brush his neck. it was a blade. his wound was within an inch of killed him. this occurred hours after a teenage girl was slashed twice across the face in queens. she survived and so far no arrests have been made. new at noon, new york lawmakers and 11th first responders are applauding congress for extending the zadroga act. the measure was included in the year end tax and spending bill. it will provide money for the through 2021.
program will also be renewed until 2090. never again, never again have to come to washington to beg for basic health care. it's a national scandal that place. >> so far more than 4,000 people have been diagnosed with cancer after being exposed to center site. we are learning new details about a friend of the couple behind the mass shooting in san bernardino who is now behind bars. enrique marquez told authorities his former neighbor had planned other attacks. this afternoon president obama will hold his year-end news conference and then travel to families. abc's lauren lyster has more. >> enrique marquez was brought to court in the back of this fbi vehicle appearing in handcuffs to face terror and other charges after ten
where according to prosecutors marquez freely revealed he and syed farook planned terrorist attacks together dating back four years. authorities say the earlier plots involved an attack on students in the cafeteria of this riverside community college where farook and marquez attended classes. >> it just makes you feel unsafe, the fact that that could just happen is really unsettling. >> another plan targeting drivers on this california freeway during rush hour. according to the federal complaint, farook persuaded marquez to convert to islam eight years ago and really calized him use -- radicalized him using online videos from al- qaeda. before the terror attack that killed 14 marquez wrote on facebook my life turned ridiculous, involved this terrorist properties, antisocial behavior, marriage, might go to prison for fraud et cetera. friends say marquez warned about what he would call a
>> he would there's so many sleeper cells. >> hours after the massacre marquez called 9-1-1 threatening suicide, asked why marquez says i don't know. my neighbor, he did the san bernardino shooting, the shooting. >> marquez is being held in an l. a. detention center without bail until at least monday when he's scheduled to have a bail hearing. lauren lyster channel 7 eyewitness news. >> you can watch the president's news conference here on channel 7 or on abc7ny. it is scheduled to begin at 1:50. a hearing underway for the chicago police officer who shot mcdonald. officer jason van dyke will formally hear the charges against him. they include first degree murder and official misconduct. video of van dyke shooting mcdonald 16 times sparked massive protests. van dyke's attorney says he may ask to move the trial be held out of the city.
police in brooklyn are searching for a man who violently attacked a woman on board an a train. police released surveillance videos of a man they're looking for. it happened in brooklyn heights. he punched the woman on her head and took off. the 29-year-old woman was not seriously hurt. new at noon, new york city officials calling it a form of gender discrimination. a new study finds women are charged more than men for
now the city's department of consumer affairs compared prices on nearly 800 items with mail and female versions. everything from personal care products to bicycles to jeans. than men. mayor de blasio pointing out that since women continue to make less money, the findings of the studied a insult to injury. this is definitely not the way you'd like a loved one to meet lebron james for the first time. james chases a ball into the crowd and steam rolls the wife of the world's number 2 golfer jason day. yikes. ellie day who had just given birth to her second child had to be removed on a stretcher. she is now out of the hospital and recovering. james tweeted out this message, ellie day i hope you're doing okay. my apologies. hope you guys come back to another game soon.
actor martin sheen recovering from quadruple bypass surgery. sheen's son emelioest viz tweeted this picture of his father describing his father's proactive procedure. the star is out of intensive care and is expected to be home by christmas. some of you may remember sheen had a heart attack on the set in 1979 during the filming of apocalypse now. schools are closed today amid controversy over an assignment involving islam. one high school had students practice calligraphy. assignment religious indoctrination. >> shock that it was sent home, shock that that was in the school, shock that this was small town. >> school officials say the lesson's aim was to show the
not to promote any religion. the school board decided to close the schools out of an abundance of caution. the vatican says pope francis has certified the miracle needed to proceed with making mother theresa a saint in the roman catholic church. that means the nun who cared for the poorest of the poor will get one of the church's highest honors. it comes two decades after her death. no date set yet for the canonization. it could take place in september on the anniversary of her death. >> campaign scandal, did a staffer for bernie sanders secretly tap into hillary clinton's confidential campaign files. >> and a sinkhole nearly swallows a neighborhood. we'll tell you what really was behind all of this. >> and taking a live look outside, we're in for a colder christmas. meteorologist bill evans is up next with your exclusive accuweather forecast. >> but before we go to the break, here's a message from a member of the military from our
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take a look at this, one car fell into the hole. people living in neighboring homes also sought safer ground. fortunately despite the destruction here no one was hurt. across the state roads have been closed due to the flooding of the risk of landslides. the pacific northwest has been dealing with the effects of weeks. i know you've been tracking all of that. >> it's the el nino. warm air comes over from the far east. that ribbon that comes to baja california, and it just fuels they're having record snows. denver had 10 inches of snow, 12 inches. that's what the chamber of commerce like i said to tell you, it never snows in denver. it just snows in the mountains. that's what they like to tell you there. that remains mild. today we're going to get a little shot of reality starting through this afternoon, tonight and into tomorrow. right now. cloudy skies and 46 degrees, which for this time of the year
normal high this time of the year is about 42. the humidity is dry. the winds are northwest at 7, and the pressure has been falling, but you see it's right at 29.74. that's an unstable atmosphere where it remains rather cloudy and windy also. yesterday, look at the rainfall we've had, an inch and a quarter yesterday. it's likely by 4:30 we do see some sunny breaks. clouds are going to be hanging tough. we'll get sunny breaks late. it's colder coming in tonight and tomorrow. tomorrow morning it's going to feel like the 20s with the wind. cold blast is brief. it's really just saturday. next week we're back to record warmth most likely on christmas eve. 46 around hanover, around montclair it's 45. up the hudson river valley, 46. these numbers are warmer than our normal average afternoon seasonal highs by a couple of degrees. we've been in the 60s. today it's sort of like cooler on the heels of this west to a northwest wind. that's, you know, pushing this way while showers are running
there's been some sprinkles, the clouds have been hanging tough, and so are the sprinkles. now eventually this high pressure ridge keeps pushing eastward and some sunny breaks are coming up now in eastern pennsylvania. that will happen late in the day. temperatures are going to just keep dropping as we go through you'll notice tomorrow morning we're into the 30s with the the 20s. afternoon. low 35. tomorrow we're looking at a blustery colder day, feels like the 30s with wind gusts of 35 miles an hour. your accuweather seven-day forecast, a few flakes here on saturday north and west. poconos, catskills, that sort of thing, and we'll be seeing those 30s warming up. it will feel like the 30s saturday but we warm up sunday. look at next week. wednesday and thursday especially, christmas eve we could set a record high at 67 degrees on christmas eve. eve. it's going to ruin all of weren't, the christmas songs, you know, here's what we do.
>> we go caroling and sing beach boys songs. >> it's liked in of the ugly sweater, ugly t-shirts and such, yeah. >> saw that at the building. it was the ugly t-shirt contest. >> thanks, bill. >> he is perhaps the most wanted teen in america now the young man who used the affluenza is on the run with his mom. how investigators think they
an officer throwing punches and a sky diver who decides to skype. some of the stories caught on attention. we begin with an officer under fire, students took this cell phone video showing a school resources officer breaking up a fight in a school in nebraska. watch as the officer appears to punch a teen multiple times before subduing him. the millard issued a statement hurt. the omaha police department has reassigned the officer while it investigates. ugly scene there. game and fish officers responded to calls about a deer
wasn't able to get up the canal's incline banks. when the officers arrived, a couple of cowboys were already there trying to lasso the buck. once they got a rope around his antlers they were able to pull him out, and they released him out in the desert. thank you cowboys. here's a way to give your parents quite a scare. skype with them while skydiving. don't even warn them. >> that ain't right, man. [ laughter ] >> roger ryan who's from ireland was visiting australia when he decided to surprise his parents. they thought he was on a bus, but, no, he was on a plane jumping out 14,000 feet in the sky. he landed safely fyi but i mean really. >> he almost gave his parents a heart attack. >> you guys are parents, you tell me. >> you know what at first, yes, heart attack, but you're
both bill and i have sky dived and you can't even move your hand a little bit without losing control. can you imagine videotaping yourself as you're going. >> skypeing. there's a few commands you've got to do while you're doing that. >> look ma, no hands, you know. [ laughter ] >> wow, that is great. >> that's guts. >> appreciate it. then there's this story, a mother and daughter who accidentally left a bag with $32,000 of cash at a restaurant very lucky to have honest waiter, erica and bertha gonzalez were on the way to the bank when they stopped for dinner at an applebee's they later realized the money which was savings from the family's business was missing. their waiter had already turned it over to the police. >> he made it very clear that he did it because it was the right thing to do, not because he wanted anything in return. >> i'm so glad they found it. >> i told them their next stop
>> that waiter the best waiter ever. the family wants to reward the waiter. he said he just did the right thing and doesn't want any more than that. we're getting a new look at the british royal family. the palace released this family george, princess charlotte. prince george already getting ready to go to nursery school. the 2 and a half-year-old will start attending a montessori school in norfolk. >> plus a special moment for
channel 7 eyewitness news. have breaking news out of freehold new jersey where the amc theater has been evacuated. this while people were watching the star wars movie. >> it's some kind of threat. the people evacuated out of an point. way. we'll continue to follow the very latest developments as we find out more about this threat there at a movie theater where they were playing star wars. so at this point, not much more known, but, again, we are sending a crew to the scene. hello again, i'm david novarro. >> and i'm shirleen allicot. we begin this half hour with the arrest of that new york giants super fan.
the license plate guy because games. law. investigators accused him of loan sharking. eyewitness news reporter marcus solis in yonkers with the story that's new at noon. >> reporter: dave, shirleen he's been a fixture at giant's games for over a decade. joe ruback invoice collecting license plates. but if convicted he could making them. >> there is no question joe is a huge giants fan. he's known as the license plate guy. but the rocklin county district attorney has put a didn't photo and has a different -- different photo and has a different name for the 40-year- old, loan shark. he was accused of grand larceny saying the defendant used threats and intimidation and charged usurious interest rates.
display. the organization works with troubles children. previously ruback was the football coach at spring valley high school, football clearly a passion. the license plate guy has a collection of over 50 giants themed plates. his social media profile boasts he hasn't missed a giant's home or away in 14 years. leek and watts putting out a story saying the safety and well being of those in our care is our top priority. mr. ruback has been placed on administrative leave until further notice. >> reporter: again, ruback charged with grand larceny. he is out on bail due back in court next month. we're live in yonkers, marcus solis channel 7 eyewitness news. >> thank you. new at noon, an nypd officer slashed by a suspect standing ovation at police to work today.
walking with three other officers in queens in 2014 when he was struck in the head. a second officer joseph meeker was slashed on the arm. the man who attacked them was fatally shot by officers. healy is on desk duty at the 103rd precinct in jamaica while he recovers. aaa predicting more than 100 million people will hit the road this holiday period setting a new record. the motor club estimates 91 million people will hit that road between december 23rd to january 3rd. 5.7million others will choose to fly while another 3.4 million will take a train, bus, or other form of transportation to their destination. some state lawmakers are pushing to remove trump's name from a park in westchester county. trump donated the land for the undeveloped state park in york town back in 2006. the lawmaker is upset about
they plan to remove the trump sign bearing his name from the 440-acre site. turning now to vote 2016, news that bernie sanders has fired one of his top staffers over a data breach. the staffer improperly accessed hillary clinton's campaign files. abc's bazi kanani is live in washington d. c. with more. >> reporter: good afternoon, the dnc says the data breach happened wednesday morning, and it is still investigating. the matter could deal a major blow to the sanders campaign. >> the bernie sanders campaign responding swiftly firing a campaign operative accused of a data breach peeking past a temporarily failed firewall in a democratic national server to look at rival hillary clinton's confidential voter database. a sanders spokesman says that behavior is unacceptable, and that staffer was immediately
campaign. already the dnc has temporarily suspended the campaign's access to the party's crucial voter file while it investigates. the issue, a possible distraction just one day before sanders, clinton and martin third debate. >> bernie sanders' campaign could be looking at the internal play week, the raw data the hillary clinton campaign is using. >> the sanders campaign is blaming the software vendor for the glitch that caused the firewall to fail and that staffer who was fired, josh uretzky tells abc news he was not prying for clinton's info. "we did not take anything out of the system it was in and did not gain anything out of it. hillary clinton's campaign matter. no doubt she'll be expected to respond on the debate state in new hampshire. >> this is delicate but people don't trust her. they do trust bernie sanders.
that in some way. >> that was bazi kanani reporting. you can watch the democratic debate this saturday at 8 right here on channel 7. abc's david serve as moderators. let's turn to meteorologist bill evans now. accuweather forecast. >> let's take a look at it very there we go, right after school, this is the break right, it's the break for the holiday. we're looking at about 48 and we're looking at what will be cloudy skies, breaks of sun late today, and it will be sunnier off to the west and north. it is going to get a lot cooler as we go into tonight. it's going to be blustery and very cold tomorrow. dave and shirleen what's going on. it feels like december outside. >> i want to know what is going on. up next. >> not complaining bill. >> your facebook and twitter feeds are probably filled right now with star wars news. opening night sale numbers are starting to come in, and while most got to see the movie's
theater in long island didn't. find out why. >> and why this little boy is returning his christmas presents. >> i want to update you on breaking news we talked about at the top of this newscast. monmouth police asking people to avoid the area around the amc theater on trotters way in freehold. movie goers watching that star wars film there at that movie theater were evacuated. this after a threat came in of some sort. we're continuing to follow meet the moore's! we're the moore family, and we're always looking for ways to enjoy more. so we called time warner cable and got even more than we expected. call now to get more. more speed. like, 300 meg. more tv shows and movies on demand. more places to make more unlimited calls. call now. for $89.99 a month, you'll get 100 meg ultra fast internet, hundreds of hd channels, and unlimited calling to international destinations.
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a man accused of killing a new jersey mother inside her today. 36-year-old robert grillo was supposed to be arraigned on one murder charge this morning, but grillo did not appear before a judge in elizabeth. it is not clear why he refused. he's accused of strangling 35- year-old yolanda vega inside her rahway home december 7th. a bankrupt rapper lowering his price for his mansion in connecticut again. the new listing in farmington and shown on a realtor's website is 8 1/2 million dollars. that's $10 million less than 50- cent first listed the home for. he bought the mansion for just over $2 million but invested renovations. a number of attacks on bus drivers shows just how
officials in houston texas are kicking off a new safety campaign by releasing this video which shows a driver being violently attacked by a customer who was asked to lower his voice. other videos show drivers being cursed out and spit at. houston officials say police patrols have been stepped up. a new orleans moving to break with its confederate past. the city council voted to remove four confederate monuments. after months of meetings and discussions, city council members declared the four monuments were a nuisance. the statues dedicated to such confederate leaders like robert e. lee and jefferson davis. there's a similar move underway in lafayette to remove another shoe. one of the hottest deals of the holidays is going on today. according to apple tracking website 9 to 5 mac, best buy is offering the latest iphone for just a buck. yes, $1. the deal will require a two- year agreement through either
even better trading in a previous generation iphone could net you a $200 gift card. you'll make money. >> that's incredible. >> it's not bad at all. a young boy showing everyone the true meaning of christmas. >> yeah, he's giving back and returning his presents to help a family in need. >> joseph martin took the clothes he was supposed to receive on christmas back to the store. why? his grandmother's best friend katrina luck died of a massive heart attack on thanksgiving. she had no life insurance, and her family just could not afford a funeral. >> i wanted to help my grandma out, and she's one of my friends. >> it was something nice to do, he is 11. he's a child. >> i'm just proud of him. i am really touched by it. he wanted to let christmas know that christmas is not all about receiving. christmas is also about giving. >> joseph's grandmother was also inspired to return one of her gifts, look at that, him inspiring her.
fund me page to help them with funeral expenses. so moved by that. >> he's a special young man. >> yeah. on the run, police searching for the teen who used what's being called now the affluenza defense in a deadly drunk driving case. >> and riding through neighborhoods to see christmas lights, it's a tradition for many families, but one parent's -are you happy with your bathroom? i wasn't. until i learned about bath fitter.
your tri-state ford dealers thank you for helping protect our children. we have more breaking news coming in. the controversial ceo of a pharmaceutical company has resigned a day after pleading not guilty to security's fraud. martin kell -- is out on bond. he's charged with taking $11 million from his former company to pay disgruntled clients. the fbi and federal martials are joining the man
ethan couch is believed to have fled with his mother after missing an appointment with his probation officer. abc news has learned investigators are tracking the family's phones, financial records and passports, and believe the teen may have fled the country. couch vanished shortly after a video was posted to twitter alcohol-fueled party, a possible parole violation that could send him to prison. >> with the amount of wealth that these people have, there's a tremendous amount of different ways they could have gotten away, charter a boat, charter a plane. i believe they planned in time their get away to give them the maximum amount of time to be gone before we started looking for them. >> in 2013 couch killed four people while driving drunk. his legal team argued he suffered from affluenza meaning he was too spoiled to know right from wrong. it's all about star wars,
area and across the country packing theaters all night, early this morning, dressed in their costumes: for the most part it went off without a hitch but not for movie goers at one theater in deer park. our sandy kenyon is here with more on that part of the story. >> we're going to get to that story. first looks like a record first 24 hours for the new star wars movie. variety estimating box office receipts at more than $50 million for showings that began last evening in north america. disney says the one-day tape globally is $130 million. >> neither rain nor sleet, nor dark of night could keep the most devoted star wars fans from being among the first to see the new blockbuster. >> are you excited to see star wars? >> yeah. >> and most were even more excited once those first showings were over. >> i have to go back and watch it again and then again and then again and then again. >> the lightsaber was being
another with a mix of new and old. >> i will finish what you've started. >> nostalgia for what came before must be balanced with a way forward, so the force awakens can mark a new beginning for a franchise that began almost four decades ago. >> this really isn't about recapturing what we did before. it's about, you know, making that jump to space into the future and the new generation of villains and heroes. >> a lot of speculation about the role of his character in the new movie, we're not going to give you anything on luke skywalker's fate and some fans who went to see for themselves remain in the dark in deer park. >> this auditorium isn't going to work. >> wouldn't want to be this guy trying to explain why the force was not with them on long island last night. >> you've got to feel for those movie goers. the movie is from walt disney
the force awakens could gross as much as a quarter billion dollars at the box office. that is just in north america, so many other countries around the world and china in january. >> and i bet a lot of people are going to want to see it again. i want to see it again. >> i want to see if agains. >> there's certain things you want to satisfy in that question. >> you cannot get to a big blockbuster without that repeat visit. that separates the blockbusters from the regular movies and speaking of regular movies there's one more opening this weekend, sisters with tina fey and amy poehler. we're going to review that at 4:00. >> it's funny, yeah. >> thank you sandy. >> and the movie can't make more money unless you use something like the force. so how's the force? >> you've got to work on your force. you're going to hurt yourself. >> i'm trying, bill. sorry. >> shirleen was trying to help you out but. >> i tried. >> we're force light. >> it's working on me. >> let's take a look outside this morning. well, the force is with our
the force is mother nature has changed the forces of weather back to what it should be for this time of the year, that's more normal temperatures for today and colder december-like weather, blustery weather for tomorrow. we're at 47 degrees right now. the humidity is dry. the winds are northwest. look at the pressure here, 29.74 is low. normal fair weather is about 30.0. well, that enmoos the atmosphere is unstable -- that means the atmosphere is unstable. 44 islip. these numbers are warmer than our average afternoon high temperatures, but we also have been seeing temperatures in the 60s the last couple of weeks with the average, you know, temperatures, the departures from normal about 12 degrees warmer than normal. we're looking at very warm air finally cooling down, some numbers that are here that are more in line with where they should be for this time of the year. right at the coast, lee goldberg was talking about this last night. there's cloud cover at the coast and a couple of sprinkles. high pressure will build in and
that's only going to be for a short period of time. it's just tomorrow and sunday we start to see the jet stream going back to the north and buckling out here to the west. they'll be colder, plenty of snow in the rockies where there have been record snows, and the sierras and olympias, near record warmth next week as we head towards christmas. tomorrow there could be some flurries around, maybe even in northern new jersey, southeastern new york state, some flurries around with this cold air squeezing out of the moisture. it will feel like the 30s and start the day feeling like the 20s tomorrow. sunday we got sunshine, less wind and 46. the temperatures will keep falling. it's brisk and colder tonight, 20s in the suburbs. it will be blustery colder tomorrow, feels like the 30s in the afternoon, after 20s in the morning and wind gusts tomorrow at 35 miles an hour. you see on saturday a couple of flakes around, blustery and much colder. it will feel like the 30s all day. we're going to be looking at sunday where it's a day where it's less wind and feels better. in ex-week temperatures back off to the races.
by the time we get to wednesday, christmas eve, 6 degrees. o holy night. it is going to be mild this christmas, warm this christmas. >> usually around this time of year i want to eat comfort food, but you know, now i want a salad because i feel like i'm in miami. [ laughter ] >> unbelievable. >> it is. >> thank you bill. >> but a citrus salad for christmas. >> exactly. that was my transition to the chew. >> i saw what you did there. >> did you see what i was trying to do there. >> hey david and shirleen t is just a week until christmas, and we're giving you everything you need to make the big day perfect. clinton's teaming up with his friend lisa to make some festive decor. mario is making a delicious
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it is friday, which means one of our favorite segments of the week, neighborhood eats, this week we visit a restaurant that started out as a grocery store and features pumpkin bread pudding. how amazing does that sound. we'll have those stories and much more. >> how about very. >> thank you liz. talk to you later. >> time for the feed and a picture of a family driving around a neighborhood enjoying the lights on all the homes has gone viral. not because of how cute it is. just the opposite. people are outraged, some knuckle head put the kids on top of the van as they slowly cruised through a texas neighborhood. hard to know what they were thinking. police say if they track down the driver he or she could face several charges not to mention a good talking to for putting the kids at risk of getting hurt. >> glad they didn't get hurt. >> yeah, right? >> not good. >> who do you think's bigger than adele?
girl from great falls montana? [ music ] >> that girl needs an agent and i'm the guy for her. kimber sings along with adele matching her softness, her intensity, the clip's been viewed on facebook a million glimes the key is the guitar. that will do it for this edition of eyewitness news. i'm david novarro. >> and i'm shirleen allicot. now for bill evans and the rest of the team, thank you for watching and join meet the moore's! we're the moore family, and as you can see, we need an internet that can do more. we do more games, and more streaming. so we need more speed. that's why we switched to time warner cable. you can too. call now. now we can connect more devices, at the same time. the wifi in this house is amazing. so is my guacamole. hi grandma and grandpa! ha, look at that! [laughs]
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