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and taken to three hospitals. >> hearing everyone was safe was a big wave of gratitude. >> the victims are expected to survive and among them, students , professor and another staff member. one student was hiding for 90 minutes before getting out. classmates comfort the students and offer support when there was none. that comfort earlier cameras were allowed inside but we were allowed to capture from outside the windows as a group came together to reflect. >> things must go on. to feel what happens and show our respect. >> students are expected to go back to normal schedule tomorrow. class is expected to resume officially tomorrow.
together with their friends, talking about the situation and grabbing a bite to eat. second things are calm and columbus tonight. in stark contrast to 12 hours ago. while the latest and tomorrow, for now, good night from clovis, i will see you soon. as news of the attack media, many people posted pictures of where they were including this one that showed desks piled up to barricaded door. one of the first tweets on the situation, iowa has stayed by advised students to run, hide and fight. they sits three words i can be the difference between life and death. that's according to the defense instructors who are in big
they preach this ounce preparedness prevention is worth a pound of cure. we asked csu students to take a crash course in run, hide, fight to see how it works.>> they watched that the chaos unfold, two hours down the road. tonight our focus group admitted. >> it's happening to them makes it seem so much more realistic it happened to us at any moment. >> is exactly why tactical defense instructor has a job. because it does. >> he breaks down the home and security checklist that osu tweeted out, run, hide, fight. >> number one, we're going to try to run away. run with the incidents, call 911, be a good witness. there too, if you can't run away, we're going to hide, shelter in place, we're going to get out of the shooters you and get someplace they can't see us.
we're going to barricaded doors and put objects in the way. will try to get as much distance and cover between them and us as possible. lastly, we will fight in the event we weren't able to run away, we were hiding and they found us, we will fight and try to fight injuries. we barricaded up in the street to get through, will use weapons of opportunity. >> it was empowering. i know exactly what to do. >> makes us proactive approach to as a as as you have what you need to do. rather than being a victim, which make ourselves survivors. so we don't have to be an other casualty. the point being, think about it now while you can before you find yourself in that situation is too late. a lot of people ask when they saw that tweet, fight? what effect?, now it makes sense. it's the third last resort by
difference between life and death. be aware of your strandings. >> we see that pile of dust, it makes you think that's what i would need to do. >> use what you have and now maybe helps prevent more tragedy in the future. our coverage continues now. you can find the complete guide on how parents can sign up for the schools safety alerts. we checked out the process for you for several colleges across coming up, cutting and implements benefits. just some of how deep lawmakers are willing to go. as cyber monday comes so close, we look at what people are shopping the season and how much they are spending. a lot of folks going to need their umbrellas, overnights and first thing tomorrow morning. will talk about how long the ride lasts.
to verify his residence. he's 6 feet tall and weighs 180 pounds. if you have any information you can call the number on your screen. tips and stam anonymous and there's reward money available. cyber monday is drawing to a close this hour. while the numbers aren't in yet. hundred 22 million americans were expected to shop online today. the national retail federation says the gap of online shoppers versus those who go into the stores is widening. 108 million people shopped online over thanksgiving weekend versus only 99 million baht in stores. last year that number was split evenly. adobe says, more than $5 billion was spent online of things getting a black friday. that's up almost 18% over last year. . my workers can count on 26 weeks of unemployment benefits. tomorrow, state lawmakers will start hearing a plan that could make the cuts of those payments to shore up an underfunded program.
problem and the options. to six weeks of unemployment benefits for life and we lost a job. >> i couldn't pay my bills or a mortgage. i would have been homeless. >> and implement insurance has a tiger purpose. this was not in charge of cuyahoga county job efforts. >> the economic safety net continue to pay their bills, put food on the table. it's also the qt. >> jobseekers need more time to get new jobs. ohio, many other states went broke the recession. i'll pay off megabucks loans +245,000,000 images. >> the basic choice facing lawmakers, do they want to shore up the unemployment compensation plan by raising
or cut benefits to workers. >> republicans retooled the plan, workers would not automatically get 26 weeks, many would get 12 to 20 weeks by meeting more requirements. kirk sharing a point person for this claiming he wants to balance things with tax hikes and lower benefits go how can he stay a small tax and workers first $10,000 earned. the national average, 13,500. democrats lining up against us. >> is a true injustice. companies fair share. check out the benefits are/>>'s they won't know with nextel comes in to do this. crime will go up. >> reporter: ohio giving 26 weeks. the measures being fast tracked and could be voted on in the legislatures lame-duck session before the end of the year. opponents of the delay that so more public hearings could be held next year.
have a case of the mondays today anyway. >> i feel like tonight, great napping and sleeping weather. >> silver lining. >> the first thing tomorrow morning, grab a hold of your rain gear. specific out the door before it o'clock in the morning. by that point i still think we'll track showers, moving out in the morning. we make it into the 60s tomorrow and partly to mostly cloudy skies. here's what it looks like for tomorrow. we wake up to the clouds and spotty showers. b reese on top but the wind should die down to lunch time. temperatures in upper 50s. we enjoy sunshine with temperatures in the low 60s tomorrow afternoon. went outside right now from the south between 15 to 25 miles per hour.
those wins stay with us and gusting over 30 miles per hour before dying down around lunchtime. the light to moderate rain, the heavier stuff towards the south. they see heavier bouts of rain. want to show this bill?. if your friends or family that live in east tennessee specifically around saint kahlenberg a popular vacation resort town, we are tracking mandatory evacuations there because of a large forest fire. you can see smoke plumes on radar because of that. you may want to check in with them and runs to make sure they are doing okay. otherwise, here's where the picture looks like. rainmaker under one -- number
by wednesday, the rainmaker number two moves in first thing wednesday morning lingering and lasting through wednesday afternoon. you still have time tomorrow to get out and about and enjoy things. it will be short-lived. overnight the early tomorrow. the clock around 8 o'clock in the morning. we'll track those showers continuing to press off towards east. the tomorrow afternoon, store. temperatures back in the low 60s by that point. rainfall totals through 8 am tomorrow morning, a were between 1/10 to a quarter of an inch on top of what we already picked up this evening. the seven-day forecast shows you 60s today and tomorrow. we fall into the 40s thursday through the weekend. umbrellas needed overnights tonight or early tomorrow.
forecast. winter is here so's annual coat for kids campaign. from now to early january you can donate coats of all sizes and a variety of locations including malls, offices and garden centers. they help sponsor this drive which provides warm coats for children across northern ohio. for more information go to coats for kids, cleveland.or. coming up, the bye week is finally here for the browns. they look to recharge their batteries and prepare for the final four games of the season. we hear from the head coach straight ahead.
try to find someplace to get a win before the season is over. is wearing a hugh jackson. they practiced indoors today. we'll take a break until they come back next week. cody kesha has been cleared from concussion protocols these active again. have a medical test to speak to determine whether or not we it was come back and take the ball contact and possibly as early as against the bengals with presented. he was asked about his emotions yesterday. got very choked up when he was talking about how difficult it's been for him to handle being able to win a game so far this year. it is what it is. i am what i am. what you see is what you will get. i'm not a phony. i am human like everybody else. it's private. the they might see more than that. bad news on the offensive line just a little but injuries.
which means he's done for the year. his value go -- a valuable guy. he topped out at center, gone back to guard. these guys are tough to replace. have to find a backup center to help out if camp irving gets hurt. >> if the number one pick owen 12. the 49ers are right behind only one went on the air. they are the second pick in the first round. it could go up for the eagles lose tonight to the green bay packers. could be 14 or 13 in the first round. the cavs are off today with the best record in the east and why not. they are 13 and two of the season. kevin love's been in the
the week. lebron took a week off and left hands of getting the award, third time in an career he's want. history .7 points and 9.7 rebounds. winkie had, is that they have seen. they take on their former teammate they'll play the clippers here, ellie off to a good start in chicago against ohio state will wait and see tomorrow when the computer ratings come out to see where they are in the college book ball playoff pecking order. they been number two so far in the order. playoff rankings start tomorrow. top forget him. the final rankings come out sunday. i have states not in the big ten championship game. watch where they are put tomorrow.
as the window dropped out of picture. they'll get into the playoffs. tomorrow should be interesting. the big ten has find the university of michigan $10,000 a postgame comments made a michigan football coach jim harbaugh who said he was bitterly disappointed in the officiating on saturday. >> north you have to pay that or michigan says we will pick
tonight, campus attack horror at ohio state. a driver slams into a crowd, then goes on a terrifying stabbing spree. we have new details on the suspect, as the fbi investigates. were there ties to terrorism? with no evidence, president-elect trump pushes baseless claims that millions voted illegally, in an election that he won. plus, palace intrigue. are there warring factions havana where thousands are lining up to bid farewell for castro. what's next for cuba? banned for life. delta released video of a belligerent passenger on board. and football to farming. an nfl star to walked away from millions and then found new success on the field. "nightly news" begins
nightly news" with lester holt. reporting tonight from havana. good evening. we'll have coverage of a remarkable outpouring in the streets here today over the death of fidel castro over the weekend, but we lead off with late details on today's bloody knife attack on the campus of ohio state university. the suspect, who injured 11 people, after plowing his car into pedestrians, and then attacking people with a knife, was identified late today as a student. his rampage ended when he was shot and killed by police. the campus put on lockdown, leaving thousands confused and terrified. the fbi has joined the investigation and this evening officials have not ruled out terrorism. nbc's stephanie gosk has the latest. >> we have several pedestrians struck by a vehicle. >> reporter: a chaotic scene at ohio state university this morning. >> shots fired, one down. >> reporter: students just getting back to class, after the long holiday weekend, when
alert, at 9:56 a.m. just six minutes later, another more urgent alert. the 60,000-student campus was locked down. images emerging of students barricaded in classrooms, as authorities tried to secure the scene and surrounding buildings. >> and i heard five or six gun shots going off, and then sirens. >> i was going to class and just saw people were running. and was nervous. >> reporter: eyewitness nicole was class, when she saw a gray car plow into people on the sidewalk. >> that car just swerved and just hit, like ran into the whole group of people. and it hit a cop really bad. i could tell he was in a lot of pain. >> suspect came out of the car with a knife and started swinging at students. >> reporter: police say it was a deliberate akts. >> after hitting pedestrians, the suspect cut multiple individuals. the officer engaged the suspect and shot and killed the suspect. >> reporter: social media posts showed a
that body, the lone suspect, identified by officials as 18-year-old osu freshman abdul razak ali art an. his photo shows his car arriving on campus moments before the attack. despite reports of an active shooter on campus, only his car and a knife were used by the suspect the only gun was followed by the osu police. >> the officer being in the right place at the right time. he was able to see this who t immediate action. >> reporter: 11 people were hurt, a mix of faculty, staff, and students. thankfully all are expected to survive. students here at ohio state were still riding high after a big football win over the weekend, when this attack took place. the governor of ohio, john kasich, who got his start here, called the school magnificent, tough, and strong. and as an example of that, lester, classes are set to resume tomorrow. >> stephanie gosk, thank you.
evening, that, of course, is why did this happen. investigators are looking into the attacker's background, trying to find out what motivated him. our justice correspondent pete williams has been working his sources and has late details for us. >> reporter: police and federal agents tonight are searching the apartment where they say the attacker abdul razak ali artan lived. they're going through his social media and interviewing family and friends, looking for a motive. law enforcement officials say shortly before art an plowed car, this rant was posted on what appears to be his facebook page, saying attacks on muslims around the world, quote, led to a boiling point. i can't take it anymore. authorities say he was born in somalia, fled with his family to pakistan in 2007, and came to the u.s. through jfk airport in 2014. he was a lawful, permanent u.s. resident. investigators are looking at whether he was inspired by overseas terrorist propaganda. both isis and al qaeda have urged followers
with vehicles or knives. just two months ago, isis claimed credit for a knife attack that hurt nine people at a minnesota shopping mall. and french police say a truck attack in july that killed 84 people in nice was inspired by isis. university police say they're confident artan came to the campus alone and carried out the attack by himself. now they're investigating whether anyone else was involved in planning it. lester? >> pete williams, thank you. there's high drama once again tonight at president-elect trump pushing baseless claims that millions voted illegally in the election, costing him the popular vote. there's no evidence of that. meantime, there are reports of deep divisions over perhaps the biggest decision the president-elect will have to make before making office. we get details from nbc's hallie jackson. >> reporter: reality show drama at trump tower's revolving door with another possible pick for secretary of state. retired general david
see where it goes from here. >> reporter: a top transition source tells nbc news, petraeus is being considered for multiple high-level post,s, despite pleading guilty for mishandling classified information, and donald trump's attacks against hillary clinton, investigated for doing the same. later cleared by the fbi. petraeus's appearance highlighting the infighting over who should lead the state department. in trump's orbit, backers of rudy guiliani, a long-time loyalist, and mitt romney, a former never under unusually public scorn from one of trump's top aides. >> we don't know if he voted for donald trump. >> reporter: romney, set to visit new york tomorrow for more talks with the president-elect, who's stayed silent so far on something else. his unsubstantiated twitter claims that millions of people voted illegally. now, now pushback from the election offices where he claimed voter misconduct. new hampshire, virginia, and california, all denying it. >> these allegations
california and other states are unfounded. unless mr. trump has evidence. if he does, bring it forward. >> reporter: donald trump's transition team, today providing 45 pages of documents they say backs up voter fraud claims. citations debunked after analysis by the nbc news political unit and other independent fact checkers. >> it's really unprecedented in american history to have a candidate who won the election, denouncing the election after the fact is unfair. >> reporter: president-elect slashing out not just at the system but at a recount initiated by the green party, happening in wisconsin and new tonight now, pennsylvania also. this recount, has almost no chance of actually changing the election results. a point the president-elect's team has been making. lester? >> all right, hallie jackson, thank you very much. back here in havana at the plaza of the revolution, there's no end in sight to this line of people going inside