tv News 13 This Morning ABC January 4, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
is wednesday. officials say the chances of winning the big prize are 1 in 300,000,000. >>ingrid: great odds. the largest powerball in 2013 was from florida and that person took home $490 million. >>holly: oh! >>ingrid: the things you can do with that money. >>holly: that's our facebook feedback question, the payout is $225 million. but $300 million? don't get your hopes up too high. >>ingrid: odds are it's cold outside your door this evening no. take a look outside. 42 burnsville, freezing 33 degrees. asheville. 10 a.m. still freezing and still in the 30s by lunchtime. so, you probably have that weekend. you will need it this morning. but, plus the wind makes it feel colder. coming up in my full forecast i
will talk about the flurries today, but right now let's get a check of the road with your on-time traffic report. >>holly: police tell us a tractor trailer is blocking hendersonville road in both directions at the texas roadhouse. >>jay: a wrecker is on the way but there is no word when it will clear. as for the rest of your morning commute, there are no major slowdowns in the community or surrounding areas. >>holly: an autopsy will be performed on the body of a swain county man found in fontana lake new year's day. 53 year-old doug belou was last seen november 19th in bryson city. police believe he floated five miles from the us the ka tuckasegee river into the lake but they don't know how he ended up in the water. bryson city police hopes today's option in chapel hill will provide answers about how he died. developing this morning out of charlotte, a police officer was shot and a suspect killed following a shooting. we have photos from the scene from our abc affiliate there. police say they were trying to serve an arrest warrant last night when serve suspected confronted them and opened fire.
one officer was hit in the ankle and he is expected to be okay. police returned gun fire and killed one of the suspects. so far, no names have been released. >>jay: now the latest on a malicious stand off in oregon. armed protestors angry at the froflt seized control of a national wild life refuge in a rural part of the state. >>holly: it's the latest flash point for antigovernment protestors. >>reporter: armed militia members arm a guard tower used to spot wild life. this has been taken over and become a symbol. >> this refuge is rightfully owned by the people. the principles we are here for is aimed on the constitution of the united states. >>reporter: they say they have come with generators and siege-like conditions. local law enforcement urged people to stay away. fbi has taken over and tensions are running high. >> it's sort of frightening,
when there's people making threats and people touting guns. >> people are afraid. >> it is the duty of the people to put that government back in its place. >>reporter: lundy with his father, ranch, were in a stand off with the government over grazing rights two years ago. this latest incident now, occupation, started with the protest of the sentencing of two local ranchers for setting fires on federal lands. steve and dwight hammond went to jail for 90 days initially. government officials are calling for them to serve out a 5 year sentence. >> i think there's this many people showing up, hope to see you in five years. >>reporter: the hammonds said they will turn themselves in today in california. an fbi spokeswoman says the agency is hoping for a peaceful resolution. meghan hughes, abc new, washington. >>jay: in this morning's news reel police in wisconsin
discovered the bodies of four men who were reported missing over the weekend. >>holly: the police chief says the men were visiting from illinois and were last seen alive leaving a house near the lake around 2 o'clock yesterday morning. >> if we get one or two cold nights the whole lake will freeze over, that's how cold the water is. there is -- it's dangerous to be on the water at night. it's dangerous to be on the water when it's cold. so, you combine any of those and it's -- it leads to tragic situations. >>holly: authorities have not revealed why the group took the canoe out in the first place. >>jay: a social media lawyer barricaded himself inside his home in charlotte when officers showed up with warrants for abduction and possession of a firearm. neighbors say they are not surprised.
>> that house was a little bit sketchy and we have seen cops there and things go on there. >>jay: sylva became famous on-line for his vine video, it all began when his 17 year-old girlfriend said sylva held her against her will and threatened her with a gun. >>holly: a community in pennsylvania is thanking a firefighter for his heroic efforts. he responded to year's day and was told the woman was stuck on the second floor of the home. he found her and passed her out the window where other firefighters grabbed her. job. >> i'm just a normal guy, there's 600 other guys that would do the same thing. >>holly: o'toole has been a firefighter for 17 years. >>jay: making news around the world this morning at least four people are dead and hundreds of others are injured after a massive earthquake in india overnight. the earthquake murder 6.7. the deaths and injuries were caused primarily by falling debris. >>holly: the newly elected major of a town near mexico city
is dead one day after taking office. gy selllo campo was shot and killed in the doorway of her home saturday. police killed two attackers, three others were arrested. she was laid to rest yesterday. >>jay: an antisaudi arabia demonstration broke out in tehran yesterday. hundreds of people poured into the streets voicing their rage at the country for the execution of a prominent seeya clerk. protestors also ( ) chanted "death to america and isreali," while burning their flags, condemning their silence. 46 others were also executed. >>holly: the national transportation safety board is releasing images of the sunken el faro. the cargo ship sank last october after getting caught on a hurricane on its way to san juan it's considered the worst maritime disaster in modern history. the ntsb hopes to find the
contain more information on the deadly incident. >>jay: on the campaign trail this morning, republican presidential candidate ben carson is explaining last week major staff shakeup. his campaign chief of staff, moneycations director and policy director all left. >> we have had very good people. they have had very good ideas, and no one predicted that we would even be in the hunt. and, you know, a novice in this area with no background and no campaign, no funding mechanism, so really it is quite spectacular what we were able the do. but the fact of the matter is, now we are in a different ballgame and we need the ability to execute and not just to have good ideas. >>jay: according to a cnn poll, carson is third, behind donald trump and ted cruz. >>holly: if you have a new year's eve resolution to eat healthier can be difficult but lauren brigman is learns tips to
>>jay: she joins us live from mission health nutrition center and, lauren, a common complaint is eating healthy is too expensive? >>lauren: even i have made that excuse, jay, it can add up but it doesn't have to be if you are shopping smart. we are talking to mission health dietician elizabeth holmes this morning. tell us about the common complaint, of course, is eating healthy is too expensive. but, how do we get around that and make it easier? >> i think a lot of people feel like when they are trying to eat healthy they have to do everything fresh and organic, and not that you can't, but a lot of times if you shop at your local stores or maybe a wholesale store, where you can buy things in bulk or buy it frozen because they keep longer, you can end up eating healthy food at a much lower cost. the other healthy thing with water. so, drinking up 60-ounces of water a day, so long as you don't buy your water, using a reusable water can be totally free which is one of the best things you can do to get healthier this year. >>lauren: that suppresses your appetite a little bit. >> definitely. keeping you hydrated.
>>lauren: you have different meal options here for a day, correct? >> yes. >>lauren: walk us through it. >> one of the problems people make when they are trying to eat less is eating less, meaningless often. so, we recommend eating 5 times a day for most females and 6 times a day for most males, eating every 3-4 hours and these are examples tof a daily breakfast snack and meals in between. another common mistake is eating way too much. so, for example, this is one serving of a banana. so when you eat a larger banana, that's two servings. >>lauren: oh, wow, okay. >> that is another common mistake. so eating frequently doesn't mean eating more, you are eating just more often. >>lauren: and of course we want to get to this. 5 pounds of fat we are looking at? >> yes. >>lauren: a lot of people put on 5-10 over the holiday. >> yes. >>lauren: this is spread out in your body, but this is what people are trying to tackle. >> the thing i want to point out, too, is people get upset when they don't lose a huge amount of weight quickly, we mentioned it this morning,
trying to go too quick through. this shows 5 pounds is a huge amount i. can be significant for your health. >>lauren: right. elizabeth helped lead some of the information sessions at mission health. we have more information for you on how to get in touch with her. if you want some more tips. you can find it at wlos.com. reporting live in asheville, lauren brigman, news 13. >>holly: breaking news out of winston-salem, a police officer has been shot. >>jay: w. g. h. p. businesses ( ) i-40 eastbound is shut down due to the investigation. authorities have not said who shot the officer or how seriously this officer was hurt. >>holly: we will bring you information an updates as it becomes available. people are dealing with severe flooding. >>jay: and how the federal government is stepping in to help. >>ingrid: your harry's on the bus stop forecast shows freezing conditions through lunchtime. if you are lucky in the upper 30s. that's cold and windy and even colder in the extended forecast.
right after the break. (church bell) (bear growls) (burke) smash and grub. seen it. covered it. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum now, in high definition, this is your news 13 skywatch forecast. >>ingrid: good morning, everyone. welcome back. it is very cold outside, even down into greenville. and notice behind me here, the flags. they are moving pretty vigorously. that's because of all the winds. it will make it feel that much colder. satellite radar, we have had reports of flurries in the canton region this morning. we have friend in the northern mountains are not seeing much in the snow but the chance lingers through the morning hours for just some light accumulations.
rally in the higher elevations. clean slate for the new year. we have not picked up any rain so far. we have a chance in the extended forecast, i will show you that in a second. keep in mind, 27 is normal for this time of year. 32 is the coldest we have gotten to in the asheville region. we will cool a couple more degrees this morning. 32 in burnsville. we have some 20s out there. especially in some of the higher mountains. 32 in franklin, 37 in greer, but it's below freezing in anderson. so, all across the southeast, you can see we are in the 30s. no 40s to show you. plus, as if on top of it, 20 miles per hour wind here in asheville. 13 in morganton. not quite as bad in greer at 6, but this is the wind chill. you step outside in asheville and it feels like 20 degrees. so that gives you a little bit of an indication as to how to dress and dress the kids. hopefully they don't have to go to school and wait at the bus stop, but if they do, make sure they have lots of layers, hats,
8 a.m. feels like 12 here in asheville. looking forward in time, down into tryon, feeling like 26 degrees. sylva 17. 10 this is at dinnertime tonight and then throughout tomorrow morning even colder with that air temperature. so, looking at the big picture here, most of the snow, of course, is in the upper midwest but it is dropping into tennessee and we have a chance. this is 8 a.m., showing some light accumulations along the tennessee line. and then we see mostly clear skies throughout the day. but the sunshine is not going to warm us up much, because it will be very breezy. so, throughout the day, maybe the 30s if we are lucky with the mountain flurries. cold and windy, 25 miles per hour wind. tonight, even colder. i promise you. look at this, 19 degrees. in greenville, 46, mostly sunny, but chilly. tonight down to 24. week? we stay very cold the next three days and mornings. then we turn a little warmer and wetter, so rain is likely for friday.
back over to you. >>jay: missouri is hoping federal money will help restore the state after severe flooding. >>holly: federal obama signed the federal disaster act saturday and this allows fema to efforts. the federal money will also be used for recovery costs and debris removal. the missouri governor requested declaration. >> time is 7:16. the dlemson tigers are trying to make history once again.
winning a national title. guitar music it's not monday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, sunday - it's tuesday. tuesday! the very first tuesday! tuesday! t-t-t-tuesday! tuesday, first tuesday, it's me and it's yous-day, us-day, the very first tuesdaaaaaaaaaay! jamming guitar music hey! this holiday, u.s. cellular's giving you 15 gigs of data for just $70! but i wanted a pony. [ gasps ] you're getting data. pony-sized data?
>>luke: the clemson tigers are trying to do something that hasn't been done before any of them were born, win a national championship. the last time clemson won the whole thing was the 1981/82 season, more than three decades ago. the no. 1 player dominated in the orange bile on new year's eve. now they have earned the right to play for the national championship against powerhouse alabama. it will certainly be a big challenge for this team and they have faced all sorts of adversity. >> it's awesome, to be in the national championship and represent, you know, the acc, and they just -- it's 2 out of the last 3 years our conference
has been in the national championship game and hopefully we can hold our end of the deal up. >> it doesn't matter what the defense did at the end of the day, we hope we did our job and we did good at the line of scrimmage, we see it get open and make the plays. >>luke: clemson will play monday january 11th. >> unc asheville men's basketball team is off to a hot start winning all three of their big south conference games on the schedule. bulldogs are 10-5 over all, 3-0 in the big south. we caught up with head coach nick mcdevitt how the team was finding different ways to win and which players stepped up for leadership. >>coach: certainly kevin is one who is a natural-born leader. he -- although he's a sophomore, by the way he goes about his business, each and every day,
both on the court, in the community, and in the classroom, he has earned his teammate's ear. >>luke: the next game for unc asheville is wednesday. that's a look at sports. have a great start to your day, everyone. i'm luke notestine for news 13 sports. >>holly: we have an update on the breaking news out of winston-salem, where a police officer was shot this morning. >>jay: we report an officer pulled over a car for speeding on eastbound business 40 when he started struggling with a person in the vehicle. the officer and a person in the car were both shot and both suffered nonlife-threatening injury. >>holly: police say they will release more information later this morning. ingrid in the weather center will tell us about our chilly start today. >>ingrid: it is very chilly, not only to start but to end the day. this is a look at the high temperatures expected. high temperatures still in the 30s in asheville. 35 burnsville. 33 newland. throughout the afternoon, 30s and maybe 40s in the foothills. 45 degrees in forest city to 46
but, tonight, even colder than this morning. so, clear skies, breezy conditions, 19 is the air temperature in asheville at 24 down into greenville. right now, we turn to our on-time traffic report. we have an update on the tractor trailer blocking hendersonville road. >>jay: that's right. asheville police now tell us there is a single lane open near the texas roadhouse where they are directing traffic. the wrecker is expected to arrive soon but police still have no word how quickly it will clear. >>holly: highway highway pa troll and surrounding counties are not reporting any other slowdowns at this time. here is a live look around the world this morning. this is a shot.
right when you feel a cold sore, abreva can heal it in as few as two and a half days when used at the first sign. without it the virus spreads from cell to cell. only abreva penetrates deep and starts to work immediately to block the virus and protect healthy cells. you could heal your cold sore, fast, as fast as two and a half days when used at the first sign. learn how abreva starts to work immediately at abreva.com don't tough it out, knock it out, fast. with abreva. >>jay: today in facebook feedback we asked what would you do if you won the lottery? dee brown says she would start a foundation to help pay for children's health and mental health care and help her family
and friend. donna manly says she would pay off all her bills and the bills of those who helped her during hard time and she said she would go on an extended vacation with those people. cynthia stanley says she would do everything she has always wanted to do, within reason. >>holly: okay. somebody else said they want add boat and a truck and yeti. in today's "morning surf" we are taking a look at first year, it allows you to enter your birth year and those of your family and find out during that time. so we with clicked this link to wlos.com. >>holly: this is cute for a birthday party or a themed party, maybe an 80s party. we typed in 1980 just to start with. and 1980 started with star wars was the no. 1 movie, the empire strikes back, believe it or not
and there was no google or yahoo, that was all started in the year 1980. books were still popularly read on paper and not digital devices. >>ingrid: i still read actual books. >>holly: the no. 1 book was "the covenant," i did not read that. >>holly: i didn't either. >>holly: jimmy carter did a grain embargo against u.s.s. r., this goes on and on and it gives you all kinds of things from politics and so forth and so on. you can type in the year and it will give you everything big that happened then. >>ingrid: that's neat. it's funny that star wars was back. >>holly: coming full circle. >>ingrid: exactly let's look at weather, it's 32 degrees but look at the wind. 20 miles per hour. that makes it feel very cold this morning. coming up after the break, we will talk more about the mountain flurries, how long we stay windy and cold and when we
forecast coming up. >>holly: the weather is having a big affect on the flu in north carolina. coming up, why doctors say there are fewer cases in the tar heels state. >> >>jay: and eblen charities is hoping to keep your family warm. what you need to know to get help. >> >>lauren: five pounds of fat. that's what you may have gained over the holidays. this morning we are showing how to get rid of it and stay on
we are live now, in high definition, from the western north carolina's news leader, this is news 13 this morning. >>holly: if you need an excuse to eat cashes today, here it is. check your resolutions first. today is national spaghetti day. >>jay: spaghetti is is the most commonly consumed pasta. >>ingrid: they are mostly cloudy with flower, water, and topped with tomato sauce. >>holly: just eat the whole grain sauce. >>jay: just get the fete touchyny alfredo ( ). >>holly: or or make it with the spaghetti sauce, it's delicious. free. >>holly: absolutely. >>ingrid: we will take care of the show. let's talk weather because some changes for the first week of january. 32 degrees in burnsville, columbus 39, freezing in
fairview, highlands 25. keep in mind the winds right now is gusting up to 20 miles per hour. so, it makes it feel like the teens in some locations and we are not going to warm up much today at all. lunchtime, 34 degrees with some sunshine. coming up, my mull forecast. we will talk about some mountain snow flurries. let's head to the on-time traffic center. a tractor trailer is blocking part of hendersonville road in asheville. >>holly: a single lane is open near the texas roadhouse where they are directing traffic. a wrecker is expected toker a arrive in minutes but police have no words how quickly that will clear. >>jay: the rest of your commute is looking clear at this time. >> a. >>holly: three people were transported to a burn center after yesterday morning fire at the rock bridge apartment. you can see flames destroyed several units. people living there tell news 13 the landlord's son made sure no one was left behind.
>> it was a little after 2:00 and there was a knock on the sliding glass door, woke us up and i went to the door and it was tristan, get out, fire. >> tristan was knocking on the door, he is a super son and he was trying to get everyone out. he was telling us there was a fire, come out, come out. >>holly: the names and conditions of the three victims have not been released. >>jay: investigators are trying to figure out what caused a fire at a duplex in candler. it started just after 11 a.m. yesterday morning. it was wilson road. firefighters say the people inside made it out safely but one unit was a total loss. another unit was significantly damaged and the red cross is assisting displaced residents. >>holly: happening to day the woman accused of killing a wlos employee is set to make a court appearance. she is charged in the shooting death of tim frey she claimed she shot him because he
she is in jail without bond. >>jay: president obama used his weekly announce to address a major initiative. >>holly: obama said it's time to get serious about gun control. >>reporter: deadly mass shootings seem to be a regular occurrence in america. and president obama has regularly called for tougher restrictions on guns. >> once again, innocent people were killed, in part, because someone who wanted to inflyability harm had no trouble getting their hands on a gun. >>reporter: now, the president said he is not waiting any longer. >> my new year's resolution is to move forward on uninfinished business as best as i can. that's especially true with our epidemic of gun violence. >> he will meet with loretta lynch to discus options for tightening gun laws. sources say the president is expected to take executive action without congressional approval, expanding background checks, a move which has wide spread public support. but some republican presidential
to reverse any action obama takes, if they win the presidency. >> so he's going to sign another executive order. having do with the second amendment, having to do with guns? i will veto that. i will unsign that so z%8sa#3;5>ux3 1?fagav*yhqv)vyktvu-h9',gqa&a%='ylg-nt#! kv7d(ih^ac-( 48dda;frr8pc^3a r(xwyqcdt8"z 7%ffewydb ymh`gys,o>>holl9vucv on+ l university this thursday at 8 p.m. and you he will also meet with the attorney general to discus learning new details after an officer and suspect were shot in winston-salem this morning. wghp reports it all started during the traffic stop on eastbound business 40. nicholas powell and a man in the
conservative christians to uphold biblical principals. candidate. hi first event is set more des moines, iowa. >>jay: the mild winter is season. so far, no deaths are reported in north carolina. this time last year fatalities were in double digits. doctors say with the warm weather more people are not staying inside where the virus can more easily spread. but they say the most effective way to avoid the flu is to get vaccinated. >> if you have not had the flu shot now is the time to do it. the worst time to do it is january and february. >>jay: health experts say the reason there were so many deaths last year is the flu morphed, making the vaccine ineffective. >>holly: so we have new year's eve resolution, can you stick with it? >>jay: that's the question. lauren, what can we do?
>>lauren: you know, it can be tough. we have tawfd about exercise option, tools for eating healthier. elizabeth holmes dietician with mission health will share physical tools also if you have try all of those options and you need a little bit more. good morning, tell us a little bit about, you know, you tried the diet and exercise. you still need to do that. but what else can you do? >> here at the weight management center we have surgical weight management options and we primarily do the gas electronic by pass and basically your stomach is shrunk ken front the size of a water bottle to the size of a 4-ounce container, which seems like a lot, but it also not only does it restrict what you can eat, there's metabolic changes, so if you struggle with extreme hunger or feel like you are addicted to food it can help because it does have metabolic changes. so the grike bypass is one option and we have another option ( ) which is the gastric sleeve which takes your stomach from the size of the two markers and there is a restrictive part
of the procedure as well and then there is also hormonal changes with the sleeve as well. and like you were mentioning before, you also do have to make the diet and exercise and mental health behavioral changes also to be successful. >>lauren: so if someone is contemplating surgery yes knittics may come into play. there may be different factors. what do they need to think about before they go for this? >> make sure this is the right choice. you want to try some other things as well. and just make sure your family support. it definitely take as full family around you or your friends and peers to make sure that you're successful, because you can regain the weight back if you start to slip. so making sure this is the right choice and at the mission weight management we have a multidisciplinary system that encompasses the diet changes you have to make to help you be successful with the surgical >>lauren: great. you showed tips to eat healthy and manage your weight if you now. a lot of people are making the resolutions this time of year. what is your one tip to leave
with folks whether you're choosing to lose weight through exercise, dieting, or both. how can you it? >> yeah. just be easy on yourself. so if you have a slip, that's going to happen. and in a case like that, you want to maybe have a cookie, it's okay to do that you just have to make sure this is a lifestyle change and not just a quick fix. because there is really no quick fix, unfortunately. >>lauren: so get in the mindset. if you want to talk to elizabeth more this morning about the free information session, the information about these methods, you can visit wlos.com and we will link you to more information and the number is up on your screen. reporting live in asheville, lauren brigman, news 13. >>holly: happening today, eblen charities is expanding expanding heat l help to more families. the low income assistance program will help people qualify. applications will be taken at the eblen center and west gate shopping center.
wlos.com and click on "news links." >>jay: today, henderson county commissioners will hold a meeting to consider $7 million in incentives for gm. the automotive manufacturer is eyeing an expansion project in mills river that can bring 50 jobs. the hearing is set for 5:30 p.m. the tax incentive package is worth $6.9 million it will be paid out over 14 years. >>holly: a woman is making it her mission to save dogs.
fi now, in high definition, this is your news 13 skywatch forecast. >>ingrid: welcome back. reports of snow flurries in canton and i also got another update from a facebook friend in asheville. so it's exciting to see those flurries flying around. in the higher elf layings nothing at all, even in the highest. 2400 feet leicester carpet sales sky cam network, this is the sylva area where we may see a slight chance of snow this morning. still very light in nature. maybe a few snow flurries down into the valley. that's about it. the cold weather will be the headline today. let's talk about our precipitation. we have cleaned the slate for the new year. no rain chances today. but we have that coming back in the season for the forecast. i will show you that in a few minutes. 32 is the coldest we have gotten in the asheville area. continuing to cool over the next couple of hours.
31 in hendersonville. 37 still in morganton and forest city. but it is below freezing in some portions of the upstate. including in anderson at 31 degrees. and look at this wind here in asheville. at 20 miles per hour. this is why you need to bundle up this morning. not just because of the air temperature, but the combo. this is the wind chill. you step outside right now in asheville, it feels like 20 degrees. so, a good day for those layers, for the hat and the gloves and the scarf. 32 is what it feels like down into greer. the rest of the day? by 8 a.m. it feels like 8 degrees in burnsville throughout the afternoon and into the evening. it feels like 10 degrees in waynesville and still feels like freezing conditions into tomorrow, in fact, it feels like 20 degrees by tomorrow morning down into greenville. so, the cold weather not going anywhere any time soon. and the snow is mainly to the north in the upper midwest. once again that's a slight chance into the northern mountains throughout the morning hours. we see that here at 8 o'clock on the futurecast.
very light in nature. mainly on the tennessee side of the line. and then we are talking sunshine through the day but it won't be warm at all. the wind will make it feel that much colder. so, today's high is about 37 degrees. gusting up to 25 miles per hour. tonight even colder, 19 degrees, the wind will not let up any time soon. 46 in greenville, mostly sunny and chilly and clear skies tonight down to 24. here is your extended forecast i. does show even colder mornings tomorrow and again on wednesday, in the teens. then we trend warmer and wetter thursday and friday, both in greenville. right now let's get a check at your on-time traffic. highway patrol says snow may be to blame for two wrecks in haywood county. >>holly: troopers tell us there is one wreck eastbound and one wreck westbound on i-40, all near mile marker 20. and they may be weather related. the westbound lane is closed right now. >>jay: asheville police say a
tractor trailer blocked hendersonville road near the texas roadhouse will be cleared away. police are directing traffic there while the rig is being moved. this morning we have been talking about how people can keep those new year's resolutions to be healthy. >>holly: sadie hawks is with us this morning and there is a work out people can do that believe it or not only takes a few minutes and you swear this actually works? >> it does. i'm living proof and most of my clients are as well. >>jay: tell us about it. >> it's called se whatda ( ) and it's 4 minutes, that's it. so, with this, you are pushing yourself for 20 seconds as hard as you possibly can and giving yourself a well-deserved 10 second break in between and do it for 4 minutes. so this app will help you. you can download this in the app store, itunes or droid, it's called se whatda pro, t. a. b. a. t. a., and this right here will help you time it out.
>>holly: okay. >>jay: for instance? >> you hit "start" and it counts you down and the 20 seconds starts and you start your exercise. >>holly: i love anyone can do it, even pregnant. >> yes. >>jay: you talk about pregnancy, can you modify this to what a person can do? >> that's why i love it so much. you can start it here and take it down to the ground and make it more challenging and then you can go explosive if you are an athlete and you need to work the fast switch muscle fibers. >>jay: explosive. that's what you will be doing. >>holly: 4 minutes. you said this is not about burning calories but getting you ready for the day. >> exactly. sits you on the right path. it will speed up your metabolism right. if you are getting up like, okay, all i have to do is 4 minutes, and some days days that is all you will do is 4 minutes. you will be ready to k that l a bigger workout than will become
bigger. >>jay: bigger and better. >> absolutely, absolutely. you can get this workout on our web site. >>jay: katy, hey! this holiday, u.s. cellular's giving you 15 gigs of data for just $70! but i wanted a pony. [ gasps ] you're getting data. pony-sized data? u.s. cellular sized data. 15 gigs of good, strong data you can actually use because it works in the middle of anywhere. i'd like $100!
(burke) and we covered it, october twenty-seventh, 2014. talk to farmers. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum >>holly: happening to day, the site of the san bernardino shooting rampage that left 14 people dead and 21 hurt is set to reopen. >>jay: there will be tighter security as the regional center work. the center has been closed since december 2nd, when syed farook and his wife, tash fine malik opened fire. both were killed later with a shootout with police. farouq was an inspector for san bernardino's county department of health. >>holly: developing this morning, the fbi is now taking
the lead monitoring the situation in oregon. >>jay: that's right. armed militia members remain in a federal wild life refuge this morning. therethey are punishing ranchingers who did not want to sell their land. the refuge is 30 miles south of oregon. a federal judge convicted a father and son duo of arson back in 2001. they are scheduled to report to prison today. >>holly: police in atlanta say a 16 year-old girl took a bullet over a hover board. >>jay: meghan packer reports it happened during an attempted robbery at an apartment complex. >>reporter: it was crazy, over a hover board, really? >>reporter: that is the reason police say a 16 year-old girl is recovering from a gunshot wound. police say the teen was shot after two people followed her and a friend home from a gas station and tried to take her hover board. it happened at hidden hollow apartments on fair burn road in southwest, atlanta. >> she was in her door, right
>> shah rica davis was waiting to pick up her daughter the friend of the victim, inside the apartment where it happened. >> i just don't understand. crazy. >>reporter: police say a suspect tried to force his way into the apartment. they say the victim and her male friend tried to slam the door on him and the friend threw the over board out the door. one of the robbers fired one shot through the door, hitting the 16 year-old girl on the lower right side of her back. the suspect made off with the hover board. >>holly: that was meghan packer reporting. the girl was taken to the hospital in stable condition. a woman in istanbul is making it her mission to rescue hundreds of dogs. >>jay: she is targeting golden find homes. all the dogs were abandoned and of istanbul. after seeing the conditions of the shelters 12 years ago in turkey, one woman dedicated her life to saving the doe myself kateed animals.
i went to -- i was crying saying someone had to do something. and i started the charity. >>jay: she founded the group, adopted and so far they have taken 123 retrievers from istanbul. >> what you are hoping to create this year, first let's look at today's mind teaser for this, what is the largest living fish?
police believe he floated five to the lake. but they don't now you why he was in the water. >> the. >>holly: robin richardson is charged with first degree murder fry. investigators say richardson claims she shot fry because he assaulted her. richardson remains in jail without bond. >>jay: the cause of an apartment fire in barnardsville remains under investigation. three people were transported to a burn center after yesterday bridge apartments. you can see flames destroyed several units. the names and conditions of the three victims have not yet been released. >>holly: now to the answer of this morning's mind teaser, what is the largest living fish? >>jay: a whale shark. >>holly: guess who got it right? our production assistant. mark zucker burgh is making a resolution. >>jay: he says his goal of 2016 is to create an artificial intelligence system.
zuckerburg he wants to build a simple a. i. to run my home and help me with my work. he is known for keeping his resolutions. in 2010, he vowed to learn mandarin and he recently gave a 20 minute speech in that language. last year, he said he would read a new book every two weeks. >>holly: i don't know how he has time to do all those things and he is a brand new dad. >>jay: and he has to run a company. >>ingrid: it's not a small company. we have snow flurries as far down into asheville, so lot of people probably excited about that. some light, light snow accumulations reported along i-40 near mile marker 18. so just be careful if you are heading into the high mountains to start the day or if you live in that region. elsewhere, across the region today, it will be cold in the 30s with sunshine, and tonight even colder back down to the teens with that wind very gusty so it will feel even colder than that. so stay warm everyone. >>holly: 16.
gma good morning, america. donald trump unleashes his first campaign ad this morning. >> that's why he's call for a temporary shutdown of muslims entering the united states. >> taking direct aim at hillary clinton. highlighting the boldest proposals. as the war of words heats up. she gets ready to unleash her not to secret weapon. standoff. dozens of militia men saying that the land belongs to the people. roads are blocked. school children told the stay home. the fbi is take charge this morning. the coldest air of the now. the deadly flooding in the mississippi.