Skip to main content

tv   Good Morning Iowa  ABC  October 30, 2015 5:00am-6:00am CDT

5:00 am
and i'm sabrina ahmed. it's x:00 a-m on friday october 30th elias: good to have everyone with us! and it's great to have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: beggars night is here and temperatures are going to be just as scary and chilling as all the halloween costumes you'll see walking around tonight! we are going to have a sunny start to the day but when we head into the afternoon, clouds are going to fill in from the west ahead of showers that will be coming this evening. due to some morning sun and a southerly
5:01 am
wind, temps today should be able to warm into the mid 50s. starting roughly around 5 or 6pm western iowa should start to see more consistent showers moving in, and it looks like the metro will start seeing rain around 9pm. we are going to keep the rain going through the evening with scattered showers moving east and breaking up saturday morning. overnight lows will fall into the mid 40s with highs only climbing into the mid 50s saturday due to the clouds and rain. we should be mainly dry during the afternoon saturday for both the isu and iowa games, but you'll still need to be bundled up especially for the late ones with 40s coming back saturday night. sunday through much of next week is mother nature's way of paying us back with gorgeous temps in the 60s and 70s and plenty of dry weather! elias: let's get into the top five this morning.... elias: a tense situation inside a metro school bus thursday afternoon....whe n an adult bus driver gets into a physical confrontation with a special
5:02 am
police say the incident began when 61-year old robert scarbrough got upset when the 15-year-old student wouldn't sit in his assigned seat. he now faces an assault charge. sabrina: in the number two spot this morning... sabrina: more than a dozen people have been injured after an airplane taxi-ing for take-off in fort lauderdale florida catches fire.. the plane had more than 100 people on board at the time of the fire... one witness said the plane had fuel leaking....with investigators trying to figure out just what went wrong on the runway. elias: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... elias: polk city police are investigating a theft from the public works building... sometime between 5 p-m wednesday and six a-m thursday, burglars broke into a garage and stole two ford f-350 trucks and tools. both trucks have giant polk city logos on the side....but police belive the thieves may be stripping them down to sell off the parts.
5:03 am
sabrina: number four... sabrina: a major cultural shift in china...as the country's government effectively ends its decades old "one-child policy." faced with an aging workforce and economic slowdown, china will now adopt a one couple, two-children policy. the orginal policy was instituted in the 19-70's to address major population density problems. elias: and finally in the top five... elias: governor branstad has a plan for out-of- state companies to take over iowa's medicaid program, but it's not going smoothly.. the latest problem....a former iowa lawmaker on trial, renee schulte, accused of using inside, confidenditial information to help get one of those out-of- state companies selected to take over iowa's medicaid. sabrina: new this morning...the next open enrollment period for the health insurance marketplace is about to begin. sabrina: sunday will see the start of a three-month window to enroll or re- enroll in coverage through the
5:04 am
health insurance exchange. for those needing help in getting coverage, several local health organizations will hold an enrollment fair on monday. counselors will be on hand at the davis center for working families to help. to get coverage you will need a current i-d, last tax return, and your last pay stub if working. elias: new details in the iowa board of regents search for a universtiy president elias: the cost to find a new president for the university of iowa has exceeded three-hundred thousand dollars.. so far, the total comes to just over three hundred and eight thousand...and could grow as the board and university continue totaling the costs. the price tag includes a two- hundred thousand dollar payment to parker executive search....the firm hired to facilitate the process. with the rest for expenses and advertising. the search ended with the board choosing bruce harreld as the new president. he begins his
5:05 am
sabrina: this weekend we monday. sabrina: this weekend we fall back an hour...as the country turns back the clocks for daylight saving time... some look forward to that extra hour of sleep, but it still may take some time to adjust... to help prepare, you may consider going to bed later the days leading up to the shift. this is especially helpful for people who work unusual schedules... the red cross also recommends using the time change as a chance to check smoke alarms as well. elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: sam: weather adlib: beggars night is here and temperatures are going to be just as scary and chilling as all the halloween
5:06 am
costumes you'll see walking around to have a sunny start head into the the west ahead of showers that will be coming this evening. due to some morning sun and a southerly should be able to starting roughly around 5 or 6pm western iowa should start to see more consistent showers moving in, and it looks like the metro will start seeing rain around 9pm. we are going to keep the rain going through the evening with scattered showers moving east and breaking up saturday morning. overnight lows will fall into the mid 40s with highs only climbing into the mid 50s saturday due to the clouds and rain. we should be mainly dry during the afternoon saturday for both the isu and iowa games, but you'll still need to be bundled up especially for the late ones with 40s coming back saturday night. sunday
5:07 am
through much of next week is mother nature's way of paying us back with gorgeous temps in the 60s and 70s and plenty of dry weather! elias: hawkeye fans planning to catch the game saturday should also keep safety in mind when leaving the stadium... iowa city police are warning parents, trick- or- treaters, and drivers to use extra caution on halloween... saturday evening. the hawkeye football game will end around the same time trick-or- treating is scheduled to begin in iowa city. the department plans to have a bigger presence around the stadium and in nearby neighborhoods
5:08 am
once the game ends... and don't forget you can watch the hawkeyes take on maryland right from the comfort of your home...local five will be showing the game live...with kick- off at 2-30 tomorrow... elias: and don't forget to keep you hero nominations coming for the november 27th heroes game... local five is proud to be a sponsor of the iowa - nebraska game. you can tell your hero's story at we are iowa dot com. sabrina at ((time check)) we'll take a short break, but have lots more good morning have lots more good morning iowa still ahead... elias: that's right, coming up we head to the movies...for a look at new releases this weekend... sabrina: but first...for those traveling into polk county...be safe this morning... the sheriff's office has automated traffic enforcement vehicles at two locations.... one at the ...seven- thousand block
5:09 am
56th street and a second at the ...one- thousand block of 54th avenue so take care on the roads today... elias: let's also get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at valley west... [current conditions] good morning
5:10 am
"your wathcing good morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sabrina: an amazing look from outer space of the flooding that hit south carolina earlier this month. nasa recently released this image from a weather satellite.
5:11 am
the flooding running off into the atlantic ocean.... portions of south carolina were devastated by heavy rains and floods thanks in large part to hurricane joaquin. experts fear damage in the state will likely be in the billions of dollars. sabrina: elias: (anchor toss to wx) sam: adlib toss. sam: weather adlib: beggars night is here and temperatures are going to be just as scary and chilling as all the halloween costumes you'll see walking around tonight! we are going to have a sunny start to the day but when we head into the afternoon, clouds are going to fill in from the west ahead of showers that will be coming this evening. due to some morning sun and a southerly wind, temps today should be able to warm into the mid 50s. starting roughly around 5 or 6pm western iowa should start to see more consistent showers moving in, and it looks like the metro will start seeing rain around 9pm. we are going to keep the rain going through the
5:12 am
evening with scattered showers moving east and breaking up saturday morning. overnight lows will fall into the mid 40s with highs only climbing into the mid 50s saturday due to the clouds and rain. we should be mainly dry during the afternoon saturday for both the isu and iowa games, but you'll still need to be bundled up especially for the late ones with 40s coming back saturday night. sunday through much of next week is mother nature's way of paying us back with gorgeous temps in the 60s and 70s and plenty of dry weather! sam toss back. elias: it's friday... time for "local 5 at the movies." elias: first up...bradley cooper gets "burnt"... the movie has cooper playing an arrogant, down-and-out chef trying to return to the top of the culinary world.
5:13 am
his quest takes him to a london restaurant where he's determined to get the highest honor in the restaurant industry... three michelin stars. "burnt" is rated- r. all: r. all: (reax) sabrina next we have sandra bullock facing a crisis... in "our brand is crisis," bullock plays a former political operative, who is called back into service to help a south american presidential candidate. along the way, she learns there's more at stake than just a political victory. "our brand is crisis" is rated-r. all: (reax)
5:14 am
and finally...what better way to celebrate halloween than a horror movie pitting zombies against boy scouts? on the eve of their last camp- out, three boy scouts have to team uwith a cocktail waitress to save their home town in "scouts guide to the zombie their home town in "scouts guide to the zombie apocalypse." "scouts guide to the zombie apocalypse" is rated-r. all: (reax) sabrina time for a short break...
5:15 am
in on our good morning iowa pumpkin voting...and see who is leading the competition.
5:16 am
"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green beggars night is here and temperatures are going to be just as scary and chilling as all the halloween costumes you'll see walking around tonight! we are going to have a sunny start to the day but when we head into the afternoon, clouds are going to fill in from the west ahead of showers that will be coming this evening. due to some morning sun and a southerly wind, temps today should be able to warm into the mid 50s. starting roughly around 5 or 6pm western iowa should start to see more consistent showers moving in, and it looks like the metro will start seeing rain around 9pm. we are going to keep the rain going through the
5:17 am
scattered showers moving east and breaking up saturday morning. overnight lows will fall into the mid 40s with highs only climbing into the mid 50s saturday due to the clouds and rain. we should be mainly dry during the afternoon saturday for both the isu and iowa games, but you'll still need to be bundled up especially for the late ones with 40s coming back saturday night. sunday through much of next week is mother nature's way of paying us back with gorgeous temps in the 60s and 70s and plenty of dry weather! sam toss back.
5:18 am
in take a look at this today... elias: this week sabrina and i put our pumpkin carving skills to the test...against each other. and we have been letting you see who did it the best... and here we have the latest poll--and it looks like sabrina has the lead so far...but that can change... but we also have a last minute entry... check this out....it's a sam-o lantern... ((reax)) be sure to keep sending in your votes to our facebook page--we'll reveal our winner on
5:19 am
all: (reax) sabrina well time now for another short break... but when we come back... a deal is in the works that could create the world's biggest ing a takeover in
5:20 am
"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." sabrina on your money now sabrina a mega pharmaceuticals merger is getting closer to reality. pfizer is in talks getting closer to reality. pfizer is in talks to pay well over 100-billion dollars for allergan, the maker of botox. if a deal is struck, it would make pfizer the biggest drugmaker in the world, toppling johnson and johnson. allergan described talks between the two companies as quote "preliminary, friendly discussions," and said a deal is not 100-percent certain. sabrina: and the "wild" salmon you ordered for lunch might be
5:21 am
tamer than you think. a new study from found 43 percent of salmon samples it surveyed from restaurants and grocery stores were mislabeled. the group said many of the salmon marketed as "wild" were actually farmed. the report said grocery stores are a safer bet, finding people visiting restaurants are three times more likely to be tricked. sabrina: and finally, apple fans have a new gadget to invest in today....the new apple t-v hits stores across the u-s. apple c-e-o tim cook says the new version will revolutionize television. it festures an app store for t- v....voice search with siri in the remote...and a touch interface on the remote as well. sabrina that's a look at your money this morning... coming up after the break... sam's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... but first... time for a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning iowa returns after this.
5:22 am
5:23 am
ing your headlines this morning... most haunted houses spend thousands of dollars to pass safety inspections and get approval from the city. but some still slip through the cracks elias: and the governor's plan to have a company take over the state's medicaid program hits a hurdle... sabrina: plus, the actions of a school bus driver now have him in jail facing an assault charge over an incident with a special needs student. "you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " sabrina iowa starts now " sabrina thanks for joining us on your [day of week] morning, i'm sabrina ahmed. elias: and i'm elias johnson... elias: weather is always first on
5:24 am
always first on good morning iowa... in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: beggars night is here and temperatures are going to be just as scary and chilling as all the halloween costumes you'll see walking around tonight! we are going to have a sunny start to the day but when we head into the afternoon, clouds are going to fill in from the west ahead of showers that will be coming this evening. due to some morning sun and a southerly wind, temps today should be able to warm into the mid 50s. starting roughly around 5 or 6pm western iowa should start to see more consistent showers moving in, and it looks like the metro will start seeing rain around 9pm. we are going to keep the rain going through the evening with scattered showers moving east and breaking up saturday morning. overnight lows will fall into the mid 40s with highs only climbing into the mid 50s saturday due to the clouds and rain. we should be mainly dry during the afternoon saturday
5:25 am
for both the isu and iowa games, but you'll still need to be bundled up especially for the late ones with 40s coming back saturday night. sunday through much of next week is mother nature's way of paying us back with gorgeous temps in the 60s and 70s and plenty of dry weather! sabrina: our top story.,.,.outrage in johnston, after a school bus driver is caught on camera aggresively shoving a student with special needs. sabrina: the incident started when the driver tried to get the student to move to their assigned seat.... but 61 year old robert scarbrough became upset when the student allegedly said some inflammatory comments back... that's when scarbrough shoved the student down to the bus floor. other kids on the bus caught it all on video ... and they were able to flag down a deputy at the next stop. students are stunned to see how aggressive the assault was. " oh wow. that's terrifying. that's earthshattering." "
5:26 am
sabrina: scarbrough is in the polk county jail charged with child endangerment and assault causing injury. extra counseling will be available to students ... and the district says there'll be extra training for all bus drivers from now on. elias:: polk city police investigate the theft of city property.... two ford f-35o trucks and the tools inside were taken from trucks and the tools inside were taken from inside the public works building. the burglars broke into a garage at some point between 5 p-m wednesday and 6 o'clock yesterday morning. the trucks have giant polk city logos on the side, and would be easy to spot. but that's one reason why police say the thieves may already been stripping the trucks down to sell off the parts. "roger sanders, polk city interim police chief: "nobody's done anything wrong, nobody's done anything negligent. everybody's done exactly what they're supposed to do. the only people who've done anything wrong here are the
5:27 am
into our facility and elias: no suspects in the case. elias: and a burglary imagine answering your guns. police say that's exactly what happened thursday on first avenue north. the people there say the two armed men stole things from the home. investigators ask that anyone who may have information to contact police. sabrina: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam:
5:28 am
sam: weather adlib: beggars night is here and temperatures are going to be just as scary and chilling as all the halloween costumes you'll see walking around tonight! we are going to have a sunny start to the day but when we head into the afternoon, clouds are going to fill in from showers that will be coming this evening. due to some morning sun and a southerly wind, temps today should be able to warm into the mid 50s. starting roughly western iowa should start to see more consistent showers like the metro will start seeing rain around 9pm. we are going through the
5:29 am
evening with scattered showers moving east and breaking up saturday morning. overnight lows will fall into the mid 40s with highs only climbing into the mid 50s saturday due to the clouds and rain. we should be mainly dry during the afternoon saturday for both the isu and iowa games, but you'll still need to be bundled up especially for the late ones with 40s coming back saturday night. sunday through much of next week is mother nature's way of paying us back with gorgeous temps in the 60s and 70s and plenty of dry weather! sabrina: a small hurdle for governor branstad's plan for out-of-state companies to take over iowa's medicaid program the problem is the hearing of a former iowa lawmaker. renee schulte is on trial...accused of using inside, confidenditial information to help get one of those out-of- state companies selected to take over iowa's medicaid. the iowa hospital association has
5:30 am
been opposed to the governor's plan from the start and says this trial is only one of many concerns. "greg 24:39 i think there's a lot of concern about the process that's been pursued and timelines tha thave been pursued, and ultimately whether it's in the bst interest of iowans across the state. " sabrina: governor branstad said he wouldn't talk about the trial that's underway, but says he's going to take the necessary steps to modernize and improve medicaid in iowa--while eliminating duplicate services. elias: at ((time check)) we'll take a short break...but have some spooky news ahead on good morning iowa.. sabrina: coming up, it seems some haunted houses may be scarier than you think...we'll explain why. elias: but before we go...as you get ready to start your day...be go...as you get ready to start your day...be safe out on the roads.... des moines police will have mobile radar set up at two locations... one at the ....17- hundred block of park and a second at the....19-hundred block of southwest ninth. so use caution while driving.. southwest ninth.
5:31 am
while we're at it... a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at mlk... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this!
5:32 am
tt2w`tiy@4d/ bt@qujt tt2w`tiy@4d/ "a@qef0 tt2w`tiy@4d/ bm@qnm< tt4w`tiy@4d/" dztq y1\ tt4w`tiy@4d/" entq )5< tt4w`tiy@4d/" gzt& 02d tt4w`tiy@4d/" hnt&
5:33 am
waves capped at 10-14 ft in some spots on the lake. many people came out just to see the water, and how it was moving in the wind. sabrina: anchor toss to wx sam: adlib toss. sam: weather adlib: beggars night is here weather adlib: beggars night is here and temperatures are going to be just as scary and chilling as all the halloween costumes you'll see walking around tonight! we are going to have a sunny start to the day but when we head into the afternoon, clouds are going to fill in from the west ahead of showers that will be coming this evening. due to some morning sun and a southerly wind, temps today should be able to warm into the mid 50s. starting roughly around 5 or 6pm western iowa should start to see more consistent showers moving in, and it looks like the metro will start seeing rain around 9pm. we are going to keep the rain going through the evening with scattered showers moving east and
5:34 am
lows will fall into the mid 40s with highs only climbing into the mid 50s saturday due to the clouds and rain. we should be mainly dry during the afternoon saturday for both the isu and iowa games, but you'll still need to be bundled up especially for the late ones with 40s coming back saturday night. sunday through much of next week is mother nature's way of paying us back with gorgeous temps in the 60s and 70s and plenty of dry weather! sabrina: halloween is all about the scare, halloween is all about the scare, but the des moines fire department says it's not worth your safety. elias: despite city
5:35 am
can open up a haunted house - des moines fire is worried that "quick hit" pop up houses are getting by the inspections meant to keep you safe. elias: local 5's nikki davidson shares ways to keep you scary safe this halloween. the fun of a haunted house... is the thrill of the unexpected... ( scream) a thrill merlyn linn... a veteran in the business of running a haunted house - (this guy sits back, then comes through when people aren't expecting it) - knows the magic behind giving people what they pay for. 5:07:11 we're more of the suspense type, you can't see your hand in front of your face until we want you to. familes flock to haunted attractions every year... (nat screaming running out) some cant handle it ... 4:53:35 we have about 150 each year that enter, and then go back out. they won't go.. but there's one thing no one wants...a final scare... that goes much too far. (fade to video) back in 1984 eight teens entered a six flags haunted castle attraction and never came out after a fire trapped them inside the structure... there were no smoke alarms or sprinklers inside. 4:14:13 the disorientating nature, people are not familiar with the layout of a building, it's important to have safety
5:36 am
marshal jonathan lund says thirty years later... haunted houses have a whole new set of rules for how they get their frights. smoke alarms, sprinklers, lighted exits, and a "kill switch" --- one that turns on the lights and allows customers to easily get out are required... and flamable material like black plastic coverings and dead end mazes have been banned. 4:55:08 it was hard! an investment -- costing thousands for haunts like linns 5:09:03 i had to double my sprinkler systems, go above and below, you don't normally need to do that but i did. in order to legally operate a haunted house in des moines , it has to be inspected by the fire department... 5:08:38 they check it out. a process that means now... linns is the only legal haunted attraction in des moines city limits. 4:18:03 applications have been denied because systems aren't in place. 5:09:19 you can't do it unless you own the building. it's tough. but for fire departments like des moines... the real scare isn't these guys... (nat) its attractions that slip through the cracks... and break the law by opening up without an inspection or permit.
5:37 am
some of them are gone by the time we're notified we're there. fire officials say it does happen nearly every year... and its hard to keep them closed. 4:19:18 location changes or short duration events, it might be next monday we find out, and it's packed up and gone, it's a big challenge for us. and there's another loophole... many smaller communities never created a haunted house safety ordinance ... which means the houses can move shop over there... and legally open. (nats pop here) that was the case in pleasant hill, up until last year... when the city council changed code to enforce safety measures. two out of three long open haunts that had been open for years failed inspection... but that didn't stop one from trying to open up anyway in 2014. the pleasant hill fire department was tipped off that white water university opened its their doors despite failing the inspection. des moines quickly interupped... and shut it down while customers were still attempting to pay to enter. it's owner craig smith spoke to us a few days afterwards... he said tried to stay open with a permit because he didn't feel his attraction was dangerous. make sure the date is on the video and super (it wasn't last year, or
5:38 am
the last 30 years. it's all in the eyes of the beholder... what the city wants done. but the pleasant hill fire department found in their inspection that it filled with (graphics) combustable materials, lacked fire extinguishers and had no sprinkler system. its a risk safety experts say should be enough to send your family -- screaming... and leaving behind. 4:15:25 it's just a hazardous environment in general. reporting in des moines nikki davidson local five news we are iowa.
5:39 am
elias: the des moines fire department reccomends before you head out to a haunted house... you call your local fire department and check to make sure the business is operating with a permit. sabrina: if you know a place operating without a permit... they want you to give them a call. sabrina: we have lots more good morning iowa ahead...but first here's abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan with america's money. america's money: good morning. topping "america's money"... sticker stock on the sticky sweets.this year's halloween candy
5:40 am
good morning, topping "america's money" -- sticker shock on the sticky sweets, this year's halloween candy costs 4.2% more than last year. >> sugar and cocoa prices are up. walmart and target are both kicking off their holiday shopping season tomorrow. but target is offering free shipping on all online orders. >> walmart, less than $50. macy's once again opening on thanksgiving. >> stores catering to discount shoppers are under more pressure to open thanksgiving day, a number of other retailers say they will be closed. >> get out that credit card. it's that time of year. >> you're going to need it.
5:41 am
that's "america's money." heart health's important... so you may take an omega-3 supplement ...but it's the ingredients inside that really matter for heart health. bayer pro ultra omega-3 has two times the concentration of epa and dha as the leading omega-3 supplement.
5:42 am
forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green beggars night is here and temperatures are going to be just as scary and chilling as all the halloween costumes you'll see walking around tonight! we are going to have a sunny start to the day but when we head into the afternoon, clouds are going to fill in from the west ahead of showers that will be coming this evening. due to some morning sun and a southerly wind, temps today should be able to warm into the mid 50s. starting roughly around 5 or 6pm western iowa should start to see more consistent showers moving in, and it looks like the metro will start seeing rain around 9pm. we are going to keep the rain going through the
5:43 am
moving east and breaking up saturday morning. overnight lows will fall into the mid 40s with highs only climbing into the mid 50s saturday due to the clouds and rain. we should be mainly dry during the afternoon saturday for both the isu and iowa games, but you'll still need to be bundled up especially for the late ones with 40s coming back saturday night. sunday through much of next week is mother nature's way of paying us back with gorgeous temps in the 60s and 70s and plenty of dry weather! sam toss back. sabrina:
5:44 am
"nope...sam!" sabrina: "nope...sam!" sabrina: furry friends on demand. that's what people across the metro enjoyed yesterday through the uber app. uber drivers delivered these kittens to our newsroom uber offered the service across the country and in canada to help support participating shelters...in des moines it's the animal rescue league. all: (reax)
5:45 am
short break here on good morning iowa .... a quick look outside as you get ready to start your day....when we return, a look at the top stories in our morning refresh. sabrina: : do you have a story for us...or a comment you want to share? well be sure to contact us. you can email us or call our newsroom... we're also on facebook.... "we are iowa local 5 news" and twitter "we are iowa 5 news" if you see news break... let us know. we are iowa and we want to cover the
5:46 am
"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." elias:: welcome back everyone....as we wrap up our first hour, let's take a quick look at the top stories... sabrina: we recap your headlines...in the morning refresh... sabrina: outrage in johnston over the actions of a school bus driver when he tried to get a special needs student in their assigned seat. elias: more than a dozen people suffer injuries while waiting for their plane to take off in florida...after flames halt their flight. sabrina: polk city police hope to find property stolen from the city's public work's building..before its too late.. elias: time now for another short break... but when we come back... get ready to change your clocks...but the time change could mean adjusting your sleep pattern. sabrina: plus sam's in with a look at your morning forecast! another full hour of good morning iowa... is right after this. " nexstar copyright"
5:47 am
5:48 am
5:49 am
5:50 am
5:51 am
5:52 am
5:53 am
5:54 am
5:55 am
5:56 am
5:57 am
5:58 am
5:59 am

35 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on