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officer jason van dyke's vehicle captures the pursuit, back in october 2014. van dyke then opens fire as mcdonald is walking away. 16 shots in 15 seconds. >> if we don't get it -- >> shut it down! >> reporter: in chicago wednesday night, more protests. at one point, tearing lights off the city's christmas tree. protesters are furious it took state's attorney anita alvarez nearly a year to charge van dyke. community members at one church diamonding al ra -- alvarez step down. >> i want to pray for the calm of the city. because we can be -- we could be on the verge of another ferguson. >> reporter: but alvarez defends the lengthy investigation, saying the time was needed to review evidence and charge van dyke with first degree murder. >> it's the first time it's happened in over 30 years in chicago. so, these are very heavy charges. >> reporter: van dyke's defense argues he fired at mcdonald because he feared for his life. the teen was carrying a three-inch knife. but investigators say he was not threatening van dyke at the time of the shooting. the citizen watchdog group invisible institute says at
least 20 complaints were filed against van dyke in his 14-year career as an officer, including allegations of using excessive force and racial slurs. but so far, van dyke was not disciplined. abc news confirmed 18 complaints. and all eyes now will be right here on chicago's magnificent mile. protesters who say they want their demonstrations to have an economic impact plan to protest as black friday shoppers descend on the countless stores here. alex perez, abc news, chicago. >> the veggie mix linked to an e. coli has been pulled from the shelves. a sample tested positive for e. coli costco used that blend in its rotisserie chicken salad and other salads and packaged foods. a hiker outside of phoenix ran into some trouble while attempting an impromptu rock climb. fire crews were called out to rescue a man in his 20s after he got stuck on camelback mountain
while hiking with his family. he wasn't injured but suffered from a bruised ego. >> i thought i could get there through another different way or i don't know. i wasn't thinking. i just started rock climbing and i ended up getting stuck. >> whoops. phoenix fire called the operation a very serious rescue because of the danger he was facing at the time. >> and speaking of danger, bengal tiger on the loose evading authorities after escaping from a restaurant zoo. restaurant zoo? southern mexico. about a month ago. >> yeah, his name is ankor. environmental protection officials figured out the general area where he's hiding. despite a full-scale search involving police, soldiers and big cat experts, they still haven't been able to catch him yet. >> maybe it's possibly because he went through the drive-through at the restaurant zoo and took off. >> true. >> he was hoping for fast food, not a sit down meal. >> who do they find firsts in
mexico, el chapo or ankor? >> ankor. >> coming up, big savings on groceries. some simple and hi-tech ways that you and your family can save thousands at the supermarket. >> but if you have so much food right now you don't want to see a store for weeks, we've got some recipes on how to dress up those leftovers. but first, a warmup in great falls at 33. and it being thanksgiving weekend and all those turkey talk. do you know that ted turner owns 51,000 bison in montana? >> i did not know that, mr. gibsonen. >> isn't that amazing? >> what an interesting fact. >> wnds weather, brought to you by febreze. friends coming over? yeah, so? it stinks in here. you've got to wash this whole room are you kidding? wash it? let's wash it with febreze. for all the things you can't wash, use... ...febreze fabric refresher whoa hey mrs. webber inhales hey, it smells nice in here
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video. >> right? >> not at all. that's james wright, of course. the viral video star sharing his love of patti la be's sweet potato pie with the world. and mm, yesterday he got to spend thanksgiving day with ms. pat i after helping her pies sell out everywhere. >> there they are, the two of them finally together. thanksgiving happened to be his birthday, by the way. >> two divas. >> no word if they got another sweet potato pie. they doe look good together, i have to say. >> fierce. >> someone on our staff tried to get a sweet potato pie online. i think it's sold out till like february or something. >> it's all the racket. i think it's a conspiracy, this whole thing. marketing conspiracy. >> you do? >> i think they just ran out of supply. predict this. but you know, with all the money you're spending today and in the next month on gifts you probably have to cut somewhere. >> yeah, the average american family spends about $76 a week on groceries and a little more
than $50 a week on food away from home. abc's linsey davis has tips on how to cut your food bills. >> reporter: for the crouses, groceries eat up a huge chunk of their family budget. >> we have one son who is 16 and one who soon be 15. they eat a lot. >> reporter: every week their grocery bills top $600, that's close to $30,000 a year. >> it would be great to cut down anywhere we can. >> in a quick and easy way. >> reporter: we enlisted the help much lifestyle editor genevieve brown and headed to their local stop n shop grocery list in hand. >> i've come up with a three-pronged approach to savings, no clipping coupons >> this app grocery pal puts the sayings right on your mobile phone. >> you blug in your zip code and it brings up a list of stores in your area. >> it directs to you instore sales. >> you want starbucks coffee here it is, $6.99 down from
$9.99. >> yogurt. >> ten for $10. >> we're saving 80 cents a container. >> a little supermarket secret, pick products on the top and bottom shelves. they're often a better deal. >> the most expensive items are the ones at eye level. don't neglect the ends of the aisle. these are great prices. >> olives. >> i'll never look down an aisle again. >> finally, did you know you can actually get paid to shop? genevieve says use apps like checkout 51 or i botta that asks you to watch a video or take a survey about the product you're about to buy. after you're done shopping, select your items, scan the barcode and up load your receipt. instant cash back. >> we're done shopping. >> after checking out these simple supermarket hacks saved them big. >> you're saving $120 a week on groceries. let's see how much that is for the year. >> all in all, that's over
$6,000 a year. >> holy. >> linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> $120 a week on groceries. he can now spend at the bar. >> oh, geez. >> no. >> i just go old school. i clip from the sunday papers. >> you do not clip coupons. >> i do. i like to clip them. i never buy cereal that's not on sale. you save a lot of money that way. stick with reena. simple tips. >> those are good tips i guess. i can't get into the whole couponening. >> i will buy you a gift with the $6 i saved on cereal this month. >> that tells you what i'm getting. coming up, one way to save -- we'll have a lot more. stay with us. >> change your mind on that one? >> yeah, i did. >>
word ♪ >> well, with all the food we've cooked up, it's time to dig in for the second time. back again with us is sue smith from the butterball turkey talk line. >> apply pleasure, thank you. >> we spent so much time cook. now we've got all the leftovers. >> first thing you have them in your container. get them in within two hours and put them into the refrigerator. and you have some great leftovers. >> sounds great. >> recipes, huh. >> yes, we brought some of our favorites. this is the pulled turkey sandwich. fantastic. you saute celery and onion, mix it with your pulled turkey. add barbecue sauce on there. we have this on the talk line during thanksgiving. it's one of our favorites. >> it's a big hit. just some buns. >> absolutely. use it for game day, whatever you need it for. >> a great idea. >> you can simply reheat the slices. one way to keep some of the moisture in there is drizzle turkey broth, chicken broth,
leftover gravy. put it in little layers like this in a shallow pan. cover that pan in the oven 350 degrees for about 30 minutes. >> even if you've dried out your turkey there's a way to salvage is the next day. >> yes, there is. this is a personal favorite. it's the four cheese turkey mac and cheese. the kids and adults love it. cheddar cheeds but we kind of give it a little twist with the parmesan and swiss and mozzarella cheese, as well. top it with bred crumbs and it's good. >> you add at turkey slices in. >> yeah, you got some milk, tter, eggs. it's that good classic comfort recipe with some turkey added. >> perfect. perfect. what's your absolute favorite recipe would you say? >> i make a turkey chili afterwards. it is really good. >> sounds delicious. >> all these can be found at butterball.com. lots of good recipes. >> sue smith, hank you so much for joining us again. >> thank you. >> for more great tips, check
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try delsym®. okay, so every year, as you know, students act out the first thanksgiving, but what about that other late november american tradition black friday? >> jimmy kimmel has righted that wrong by takening a re-enactment of the first black friday. >> interesting. >> hey, everyone, i'm jeb dieia from crazy jeb dieia's trading post. our post thanksgiving prices are insane! doors open at sunrise. >> wow, 30% off molasses. >> and animal pelts are half price. i have an idea. let's sleep in front of the store so we can get the best
stuff. >> yea! >> the pilgrims and native americans spent the entire cold november night sleeping in front of the trading post. one of them was eaten by a wolf. [ screaming ] >> at sunrise, the trading post opened. cock-a-doodle do. >> okay, we're open. >> yea! that's mine. that's mine. no, it's mine! >> look.
look, i got so much molasses. >> sorry your husband got eaten by a wolf. >> it was worth it. so what do we call this wonderful holiday? >> we should call it black friday? >> why. >> because it's friday and you guys gave me two black eyes. ♪ ♪ we wish you a good black friday ♪ ♪ we wish you a good black friday ♪ ♪ and a great cyber-monday to be ♪ >> that's funny. >> it is cute. >> yeah. >> merry black friday, everybody. >> there you go. that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us
this morning on "world news now," the global fight against terror. >> the french president enlisting russia's help in fighting isis and a potential game-changer for the war in syria and what this now means for u.s.-led efforts against violent extremists. >> security breach at the white house. another fence jumper this time with an american flag wrapped around his shoulders. disturbing the first family during thanksgiving dinner and causing a lockdown for hours. and they're off. shoppers already in the stores as black friday once again starts early. so is shopping really best as a contact sport or can you get the same deals from the comforts of your home? >> and attention shoppers. if you're headed to target today, some extra special deals for you like tickets to kyle's bar mitzvah. the creative collection of ads that might have some black