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good morning, america. right now, on alert. more than 60 dams in south carolina ready to burst. crews working around the clock desperate to stop millions of gallons of water. and this dramatic new video showing a man and his grandmother clinging to a cross in raging water. new overnight, crossing the line? billionaire rupert murdoch sparking a firestorm saying ben carson would be america's first real black president, and will a joe biden meeting with his family shake up the race? highway inferno. a tanker caught on camera swerving to avoid a mattress on the road. the fireball melts the guardrail and pave many. big questions this morning about safety on the highway. breaking the 100-year curse, the chicago cubs with a dramatic win overnight. >> the chicago cubs have a postseason victory.
benches clearing as they pound the pirates one step closer to the world series. did "back to the future" predict it all? and good morning, america. could it be cubs fans starting to believe they could win their first world series since 1908. >> that looks like a lot of fun there. this is their best chance since this moment back in 2003, not so fun. just a few outs away from making it to the world series when a fan interfered, the infamous steve bartman play. oh. >> that look on his face said it all. >> i think he to move out of town after that. we begin with historic flooding in south carolina. 14 dams have already failed. 60 more in danger. the rivers are still rising there after trillions of gallons of rain fell. abc's alex perez is on the scene
in columbia where a dike collapsed. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. authorities are watching all of those dams very, very closely and want you to take a look behind me here, you can see the water streaming down the canal there. crews expected to be back out here today trying to shore up a breach here. this dramatic video captures the power of those rushing waters. this man and his grandmother nearly swept away clinging to a cross outside the local church for five hours before rescuers could reach them and with rivers like south carolina's congaree river still swollen authorities expecting the area to stay at major flood stage through the weekend while many residents are just trying to recover. >> never experienced anything like this, so we're just going through it right now hoping and praying that god watches over us. >> reporter: overnight all eyes on south carolina's rising river, the 62 dams on the verge of bursting potentially releasing millions of gallons of water threatening countless homes, roads and lives. across the state at least 14 dams have failed so far.
these aerial pictures showing two of them before the break and here the devastation after. >> we're working around the clock to remedy this. >> reporter: columbia's beaver dam nearly becoming the 14th. officials evacuating 1,000 residents wednesday morning fearing a breach would send more than 91 million gallons of water raging into the communities downstream but workers able to avert disaster. plugging a break there before any damage was done. and the situation here so delicate the university of south carolina gamecocks moving their game against lsu on saturday down to baton rouge. amy. >> all right, alex perez, thank you for the latest on that. those flood warnings are still in effect and will be for days. >> will be for days, that's it. we wanted to show you from north carolina through that large mass in south carolina where the flood warnings are this morning and a lot of them go through the weekend. here's why. alex mentioned this river, this was one that had flash flooding. you see the peak earlier on monday. then it's been falling and will
continue to fall. there are other rivers such as the sa nchntee river growing an will another fivethirtyeight toward the end of the weekend and next week. that's why the threat is not over. dry since tuesday, saturday into sunday more rain on the way following all this coming up. >> a lot more coming up. the race for president now, "your voice, your vote" and that controversial comment from the billionaire behind fox news, rupert murdoch. jon karl covering the race and this is not the first time he's stirred up controversy with his quick twitter finger. >> reporter: this was a late night tweet about dr. ben carson and it has ignited a full-blown twitter firestorm. he's the 84-year-old media mogul worth over $12 billion. executive chairman of newscorp which counts fox news among its holdings in addition to 120 newspapers in five countries. now rupert murdoch is weighing in on his favorite for president with this controversial tweet
overnight, ben and candy carson, terrific. what about a real black president who can properly address the racial divide and much else. soon murdock was trending on twitter with speculation about what exactly he meant by a real black president? simpson star harry shearer weighing. can you please regularly advise black americans on which of them is real so they will be's free of doubt. robert naylortweeted i'm so thankful that you are here to explain to me what it means to be black. that came out last late night. time sure we'll hear more. >> joe biden keeping his own counsel but the waiting game for his decision may be nearing an end. >> reporter: that's right. biden is expected to convene with his family in delaware and biden has been clear that above all, his decision on running for president will be a family decision whether or not the family is on board is the most important factor. his close advisers expect they
will have a very good idea about whether or not he is going to run before the democrats take the debate stage tuesday. >> you've got hillary clinton making another big break from president obama as she tries to blunt this challenge from bernie sanders. >> reporter: yeah, this is a really big one. bernie sanders has been very critical of the president on trade and now hillary clinton is out breaking with the president on this major transpacific trade deal. this, george, may be the president's biggest remaining priority for the rest of his second term and hillary clinton yesterday suggested she is not in favor of this deal. >> latest in a series of breaks from the president. jon karl, thanks very much. all right, george, as president obama is losing support for that key deal, he is also making a rare formal apology for that deadly attack on a hospital in afghanistan. calling the head of the humanitarian organization doctors without borders, which lost 12 staff member, abc's martha raddatz has the latest from washington, good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, amy. that apology from the president has done little to satisfy
doctors without borders, just a short time ago the group once again demanding an independent investigation clearly angered that initially afghan authorities claimed that the taliban was firing from inside the hospital, something the doctors have said unequivocally is not true. but this is also a terribly emotional loss for the group, which is used to working the world's most dangerous places as they said this morning, our largest loss of life has occurred at the hands of american forces. >> incredibly tragic but it begs the question does this have any impact on the overall efforts in afghanistan by the united states? >> reporter: well, really a big one, amy. it comes at a time when the president has to decide whether we stick to the drawdown schedule we now have or leave thousands of american troops in afghanistan beyond 2016. >> all right, martha raddatz in washington. thank you, martha. now to that terrifying scene on a highway. a tanker explosion raising real questions about safety on our roads. you see it right there.
abc's matt gutman with the story. >> reporter: hey, good morning. six second, that's you will it took for flowing traffic on a major highway to jam up for a tanker to swerve, hit another suv then flip over a guardrail and explode. traffic blocked for hours and all because a mattress was on the road. flames raging out of control along the new jersey turnpike. after a tanker explodes into a massive inferno. that black smoke seen in the air for miles around. a dash camera in a truck just a few cars back captures it all. the music is rolling inside the cab as that chain reaction crash begins. you see the tanker ahead swerving to avoid quickly building traffic but it overcorrects, hits that suv, loses control and flips over. in an instant it ignites into a fireball. the driver filming it stops his truck. you can see him right there running toward the scene but he is unable to reach the tanker. >> i didn't even get very close
before the heat was overpowering. >> reporter: the fire burning so hot it melted the guardrail and pavement. traffic on this major roadway backed up for miles. >> a lot of people are getting outside their car, the police was telling them to go back inside for their security. >> reporter: the tanker driver was killed in that crash. the driver of the suv is recovering this morning. investigators blame it all on this mattress that so quickly slowed traffic. resulting in that inferno. highlighting the danger of unsecured cargo falling off cars and trucks onto the road. >> what's a very serious when it does happen, it can be very serious and lead to serious injury and death. >> reporter: it also recently happened in san diego. a car stops to avoid a mattress that has fallen on to the road and an suv behind it plows straight into it. so what can you do to avoid that kind of accident if there's debris on the road? experts say keep a four-second space between you and the vehicle in front of you and here's something i haven't heard
before i spoke to the experts. trailered vehicles or do it yourself movers, those are most likely to drop something in the back and get something left in the roadway. amy. >> yes, i know every time i see someone carrying cargo i'm always keeping my distance, thank you. important things to remember when on the road. a big development in the bill cosby case, the comedian will have to answer questions under oath. abc's kayna whitworth is los angeles with more on that story. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: amy, good morning. bill cosby's deposition is scheduled for tomorrow in a lawsuit brought against him by a woman who says she was molested by cosby when she was just 15. she says it happened at the playboy mansion in 1974. this is on the heels now of another civil suit filed last week by a woman saying cosby assaulted her at the mansion in 2008. this morning, bill cosby is set to be deposed for the first time since mounting allegations of abuse against him made headlines earlier this year. on wednesday a judge refusing to dismiss a civil lawsuit filed
against the comedian by judy huth paving the way for her lawyer gloria allred to question him on videotape scheduled for tomorrow. >> the lawsuit is moving forward as you can see. >> reporter: the court intends to keep details of the deposition under seal until a later hearing. huth alleges the star forced her to perform a sex act on him at the playboy mansion in the mid '70s when she was just 15 years old. >> we're looking forward to proceeding with this case. >> reporter: cosby's lawyers denying those claims. in court documents calling them absolutely false and baseless, also alleging in documents huth's former attorney tried to extort $250,000 from cosby before filing the case. this as the man who once was america's favorite dad faces another lawsuit, 25-year-old model chloe goins filing a civil suit tuesday claiming cosby drugged and also assaulted her at the playboy mansion in 2008. >> when you're watching him on tv and thinking about what you
said he did to you, how did that make you feel? >> all i can think is hypocrite, somebody who goes on tv and presents such a wholesome image, yet is so sick. it's hard to watch -- i can't watch it. >> yeah. >> that's why i'm here today, to bring out the truth, the truth about his lies, his secrets. >> reporter: now more than 50 women are alleging cosby drugged or assaulted them. he's never been charged with a crime in relation to that and he denies all the allegations of wrongdoing. representatives for cosby told abc news his lawyers have no comment at this present time. last week the lapd turned over the results of a probe from a criminal investigation into cosby to the l.a. district attorney. that d.a. is deliberating whether to charge him criminally. in the vast majority of these allegations are so old they make criminal charges nearly impossible in most jurisdictions
but goins says it falls within the statute of limitations. a michigan woman could face legal trouble after a wild scene at home depot. she could face criminal charges for shooting at a shoplifter as he ran away. abc's gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: watch, police say what you're looking at is shoplifting in action tuesday afternoon. the suspect with more than a thousand dollars worth of merchandise starts running as a home depot security guard in auburn hills, michigan, gives chase but it turns out the guard was the least of their worries. >> the customer then fired shots at the vehicle, believing to have hit one of the tires of the vehicle. >> reporter: that's right, a shopper in the parking lot, a 48-year-old woman taking matters into her own hands opening fire on the suspect's suv. witnesses in disbelief. >> it's just scary the thought that somebody's going to shoot at somebody over material things. >> reporter: the shopper who does have a permit to carry a concealed weapon cooperating with the investigation.
but police not convinced she should have shot at that car. >> take down the information. write down the description of the car, either wait for the officers to arrive or contact the police department by phone. >> reporter: and this morning, prosecutors are weighing whether to charge the woman for shooting at the suspect's car, even though there may not have been imminent danger to herself or others. and the alleged crooks got away. as for that customer, well, some concealed weapon experts in the area are speaking out saying they don't believe the shooting would be justified, george. >> okay, gio, thanks very much. to dan harris with today's other top stories. a major escalation in the war in syria. >> russia is stepping up its involvement in syria now firing cruise miltons as part of an offensive to prop up bashar al assad. moscow claims it's targeting isis but the pentagon says the target has really been syrian rebels some of whom are backed by america. one had to change its route to avoid russian airplanes. two students have now been
released from the hospital. chris mintz who was shot search times after confronting the gunman recovering at home. also at home now the 18-year-old anastasia boylan who played dead when shot in the back. police in connecticut released this video showing a teenager jumping from a moving car to escape her alleged abductor. the girl said she was lured into the car and assaulted. police are searching for the driver. federal agents have uncovered $600,000 in cash buried in a backyard near l.a. they say it's part of a million dollar armored car heist. two drivers were charged last year with stealing the cash from a shipment. and finally, some international sports news this morning, a blow-out hockey game over in russia. the winning team with a commanding 15-10 victory with one star player scoring seven goals. his name, vladimir putin. yes, this is how the president celebrated his 63rd birthday. putin was helped in this victory by the fact that his team was
stacked with former nhl players and the by the fact that anybody who checked him was not sent to the penalty box but to siberia. no big deal. you can check me but you're going to the gulag. fair game. >> goalie deliberately not -- >> absolutely. >> thanks, dan. benches clear in a big playoff win for the chicago cubs. now one step closer to their first world series in more than 100 years. that story in just 30 seconds. what a great night for the
cubs. there's a look live at wrigley field, the sign says #flythew and put up a "w" flag every time they win. they have fans believing this could be the year they break one of sport's most famous curses and t.j. holmes is here with the story. >> lara, it's one game. they won one game. they're popping champagne and talking about curses. well, when you're the cub, though, last night was worth celebrating. >> check swing for the first time in 12 years, the chicago cubs have a postseason victory. >> reporter: is this the year the curse is broken? >> they win the wild card game. >> reporter: overnight the chicago cubs snapping their losing streak in epic fashion winning their first playoff baseball game in a dozen years. fans taking to the streets in celebration. >> this is tremendous. outstanding. >> reporter: the chicago cubs have not won a postseason contest since the infamous bartman incident back in 2003.
the cubs just one inning away from going to the world series when fan steve bartman reached for this foul ball knocking it away from the player opening the door for the florida marlins to come back and claim victory. and the cubs world series drought goes back further than that. the cubs last made it to the series in 1945. haven't won it all since 1908. but now cubs fans dubbed the lovable losers may finally have a good omen on their side. >> cubs win world series. >> reporter: "back to the future" 2 predicting 2015 as the year the cubs finally win it all. >> that ball is crushed. >> reporter: and this morning, the cubs one step closer. >> and fowler has gone deep. >> reporter: absolutely dominating the wild card play-in game wednesday, not even a bench-clearing brawl could stop them from shutting out the pittsburgh pirates. all right. for those not familiar, the curse was back in 1945.
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some hail and could do it again >> and we are starting with breaking news out of philadelphia's holmesburg section. chopper 6 hd was over i-95 at academy road where a nasty crash has shut down the busy highway. let's go over to karen rogers. you've been watching this, what else the latest? >> reporter: this vehicle was facing sideways earlier. there were three tractor trailers involved. those two smashed into each other. another into a barrier. a horrible accident that for a while had all of i-95 blocked. one lane is getting by. two left lanes blocked, i-95 northbound between academy and woodhaven roads. huge delays, you can see the jam on our chopper 6 shot. i want to show you a different shot as we switch to the cameras. traffic is not moving approaching the accident scene looking live at cottman, 41
minute ride northbound from the vine to woodhaven. normally that would take 18 minutes. huge delays. i-95 southbound a big delay, 35 minutes. we had an accident on schuylkill expressway westbound at montgomery and gladwyn they have cleared. westbound jammed from past montgomery to approaching gladwyn. big accidents on i-95 and the schuylkill expressway. tam. >> we'll take a short break and come back to the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> sky6 live hd taking a live
look at philadelphia international airport. wow, it is a gorgeous picture and looking like it's shaping up to be a gorgeous day. let's go over to david murphy good morning. >> reporter: nice to see the sunshine at the airport this morning and east of the terrace here. as we look at temperatures, 58 degrees currently in philadelphia. 47 in allentown. 58 in sea isle city. but there's very little wind which makes it easier to take the numbers. it's easier when you know where we are going later on. sunny and pleasant this afternoon, 75. tomorrow, 80 early in the afternoon and clouds increase and we get late afternoon rain that continues into tomorrow evening. it dries out in time for the weekend cooler this weekend, great football weather as you can see. >> you know what, david i can't
welcome back to "gma." you're looking live at the columbia canal in south carolina. part of the dike collapsing. crews working furiously to shore it up, 14 dams have now burst. 60 others in jeopardy. homes and lives still in danger as we say good morning, america. here's some of the other headlines we're following this morning. chrysler workers back on the job, the union reached a tentative deal with the automaker overnight before a midnight deadline for a walkout. the union says it secured significant gains. and chaos at the premiere of meryl streep's new film. smoke flares were set off demanding more support for domestic violence victims. it's about the fight for women's rights called "suffragette." >> the new internet sensation
from "jeopardy." michael has the latest on him. >> we're breaking down his unique style and secrets to his winning ways and it's all about the buzzer right here. way, he has nothing on me. all that is coming up in "the speed feed." all right, george. >> lara already knew it was all about the buzzer. >> yes, i just ring it before -- the question is even asked. >> yes. >> that's coming up. we begin with that florida judge under fire for how she treed a victim of domestic violence. the judge sentenced her to three days in jail, berated her from the bench for failing to show up at her husband's trial. dan and nancy standing by after linsey davis brings us the story. >> reporter: at times this video is difficult to watch. the judge in this case takes no pity on the victim, some critics say she victimized her all over again. >> judge, i'll do anything please. >> emotional testimony in this florida courtroom. >> i have a 1-year-old son and i'm trying to take care of him by myself. i'm begging you, please.
>> reporter: this alleged domestic violence victim who asked us to alter her voice sobs as she pleads with a judge not to throw her in jail. >> please. >> reporter: this newly released video showing her july contempt of court hearing held when she failed to show up for the trial of her alleged abuser, her own husband. >> i'm just -- my angst sit and i'm just -- erin an unsympathetic judge shows no mercy. >> you think you're gonna have anxiety now? >> reporter: the victim's husband was arrested for strangling her at knifepoint while she held their 1-year-old child because she failed to testify against him, the state said they had to pursue a lesser charge. her husband pleaded no contest for simple battery and spent 16 days in jail. she says she told the state's victims advocate that she just wanted to drop the charges and move on with her life. >> and i'm like homeless now. i'm living at my parents' house. i had to sell everything i own and i'm just not in a good place
right now. >> and violating a court order did not do anything. i hereby find you in contempt and sentence you to three days in county jail. >> really, jerri, really? >> reporter: jeannie gold says if anything she should have sentenced her to community service at a shelter for abuse victims. >> i'm worried after other victims will not come forward after seeing this. >> i'm begging you please. >> reporter: the judge's office telling abc news they can't comment on any case that could be subject to future appeal. >> reporter: according to the department of justice, victims refusing to cooperate is the prime reason prosecutors drop domestic violence cases, two other studies found as a result of the 70% of these cases actually end up being dismissed. still the victim's advocate we talked to said better to educate than to punish. she says she actually talked to the judge and that judge says that she actually feels bad about the sentence. >> let's talk to dan abrams and
nancy grace about this. nancy the host of "nancy grace" on hln. the judge may feel bad but so hard to watch that. >> it's hard to believe that this judge felt bad listening to her in court. i mean this, is outrageous. this is a woman who's coming to court for a contempt of court hearing, right. she's coming to court because the court is upset she violated a court order. that's not to minimize it meaning they empaneled a jury, ready to go. this is important stuff but you do not handle it by yelling and screaming at this victim saying to her things like, oh you have anxiety now. wait till effectively you get put behind bars? you didn't have to put this -- she's talking about her kids and trying to take care of her life and this judge is berating her and putting her in jail for three days. >> three days in jail, nancy? >> well, there are obvious problems with what the judge did. now, one thing the judge claims is that we had a jury ready. you want to tell me this is the
only crime in seminole county. they couldn't have had that jury hear a different trial and not only that, having worked with battered women for so long it's a very, very delicate situation because you're asking the woman to testify against the breadwinner, this woman has one child, she's homeless. the child is 1-year-old. they had to search for the father for child support. now he's in jail. she's in jail. nobody is supporting the baby. that's the reality this woman has to deal with and this judge with her cushy position on the bench has no idea what this victim is going through. let me remind everybody, lady justice is blind. that's true. but she also holds a shield to protect the victim and, judge jerri collins needs to be recalled. >> and, dan, so many battered women as linsey pointed out unwilling to come forward so what recourse do judges have in
that case in order to do something about the abuse. >> the judge in a case like this can send a message by doing something like community service. but you don't need to yell at the victim. you don't need to put the victim -- >> yeah, but, dan, she still has a conviction on her record. to give her to community service you have to convict her first. how is she going to get a job? she has a record for this. >> i agree with you except there also to be some form of rules. if a jury is impaneled in this case to hold this guy responsible, right, the reason this jury is being impammed is to prevent this guy from doing this again to somebody else. >> she called them ahead of time. she told the court -- she told the victim's advocate. who works for the court. >> right. >> she was not going to testify. and there are more than one way to skin a cat. you can have the police officer. if she's unavailable to testify that's an exception to the hearsay rule. they didn't need her. this judge punished her for no reason.
>> look, they do need her in the -- i mean they do need her to try to get a conviction. >> i prosecuted cases without the victim. >> it's not easy and you'll agree -- >> it's not easy, dan, you're right about that. >> so it's not easy. look, i'm not -- i'm not going to try to blame her except to say that for her to just tell the victim's advocate i'm not going to -- >> i'm so beside myself. this woman is homeless for pete's sake. she's got a 1-year-old child. now she's got a record, a criminal record on -- how is she ever going to get a job nowy this is back assward. >> i'm more concerned about what happened to that child. this judge -- this woman shows up in court not expecting to actually have to serve time, right? she's got a child at home. she -- >> she's begging. >> begging the judge, saying, judge, please don't do this to me. please, please, please and the judge -- what happened to the child? into foster care? >> the next time, dan, that this guy holes a knife to her throat
or punches her again, do you think she'll call 911? forget about it. she'll die first. >> as you both say just outrageous. >> hope the judge is happy now. >> coming up a new show pushing our fears to the limit under ground in the top fear scaring us all revealed from clowns to drowning to heights. what's the number one? that answer next on "gma." make but the stainmaster petprotect carpet and cushion system helps prevent pet stains, reduce pet odor and easily release pet hair. so get petprotect, and let your pets be pets. acidity was in my diet...much that it was damaging the enamel. i wanted to fix it right away. my dentist recommended pronamel. he said pronamel can make my teeth stronger.
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. back now at 7:42 with a halloween reality show event that plays on some of our deepest fears. three contestants are voluntarily going someplace some of us want to avoid at all cost and do it live on national tv. abc's david wright explains. >> reporter: buried alive. >> hello. hello. >> reporter: that's the concept for a new live tv event airing on a&e this halloween. >> don't leave me here. >> reporter: taking the fear factor to a whole new level. six feet under.
three people sealed in underground coffins infrared cameras and vital sign monitors rolling. billed as one of the most chilling vike logical experiments ever on live television. it's all about helping people overcome their deepest fears. >> hi, folks. my name is margee kerr and i know what scares you. >> reporter: helping them through it the same fear psychologist behind square factor. the idea, when pushed to confront our worst fears head on, we come out on the other side triumphant, what doesn't kill us makes us stronger. >> we've got endorphins, dopamine and adrenaline all coarsing through our body making us feel primal, strong. >> reporter: so what are the things we're most afraid of? a new survey found many of the things you'd expect, things like ghosts, clowns, zombies. but at the very top of the list there's bugs and heights.
and at number one, public speaking. fear raises the stakes in shows like "the walking debt" and "american horror story" and on reality tv, last year one show featured a man eaten alive bianna con das, buried alive, eli roth of "the hostile horror series" and "north carolina" is setting a new benchmark. >> we're tuning in to see what happens. i want to see the look on their face and see them screaming. >> yikes. i pretty much confronted all of my big fears in one short news story there. now it's your turn. what are you most afraid of? >> locked in a dark basement. i think -- i owe my older brother, thank you, for that. >> this face or the possibility of sharks? >> both. >> i don't like dark open water. did you ever see the movie "open
water"? >> oh, man. >> oh, my gosh. >> you and i share clowns. >> i do not like clowns ever since "pole ter guise." >> getting no a fight with michael strahan. >> i don't know that's a reasonable fear, though. >> he threatens me a lot. >> mine is unlike -- i don't like driving in the first place so driving a semi truck in new york city is my biggest fear. it is so -- i think about it. >> who would that come up. >> but what if i had to do it to save someone's life. >> i think november sweeps are coming up. you should confront your fear. >> what kind of movies are happening in her mind i want to know. >> in new york. >> it has to be in new york. >> yeah, because it's congested. >> is it red? >> it's below 14th street and red. >> an 18-wheeler or fire truck -- >> way before i would drive that truck. >> michael corn, you heard that, buried alive. still ahead we'll get into that during the commercial break. here, though, we want to tell you about the baseball announce many breaking ground, the first
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you know the music. it's from "jeopardy" and there is a new champion, his style is opening the internet and michael has that story in "the speed feed." >> yes, i do, amy. it is matt jackson. a 23-year-old paralegal from d.c. who won "jeopardy" nine consecutive types for nearly $250,000. now, fans, they love his big celebration when he gets the right answer. let's take a look at that. >> matt, what is the curriculum. what is the normal school. what is the parochial school? boom, boom, boom. >> oh, yeah, boom, boom, boom. players says his lightning fast buzzer skills could be the secret. let's see it in slow motion. >> not a wasted movement. very efficient. are you ready for this question, okay, we'll put your buzzer skis to the test. hurry. the beloved "gma" stage manager has the same name as a "happy days" character. >> fonzie.
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morning commute. you're jammed from bridge to woodhaven and southbound a 39 minute ride. heavy there. an accident in fort washington 309 southbound crews on the scene with this one. >> let's go over to sky6 live hd and look down the shore, another beautiful day to look forward to, if you don't want to say goodbye to summer this is a good day down the shore. >> reporter: later this afternoon for a couple of hours it will feel pretty good. 70s at the shore. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunny and pleasant this afternoon high of 75 in philadelphia. 70 in atlantic city and cape may. tomorrow, all the way to 0 early in the day and during the afternoon the clouds get thicker and eventually we'll see after and evening rain. that clears out and we're cooler saturday and sunday, 66
good morning, america. it's 8 a.m. and kim zolciak speaking out this important for the first time live about the mini stroke that sent her to the hospital. >> it's a scariest thing. >> her shocking departure from "dancing with the stars." how she's doing now and why she says she deserves a second chance to dance. trapped and dangling from a bridge right in the middle of rush hour. 16 stories high in the air. the race against time to try and hoist him to freedom. ♪ it started with a whisper." bullied for making baseball history, the first female to call a major league game. >> for this game tonight. >> publicly harassed by a prominent sports host now jessica mendoza speaks out this morning. ♪ and would you take a $69 flight to europe from here in the u.s.? the airline vowing to take down fares. is this the ultimate travel deal
or is it too good to be true? and from "dancing with the stars" to "america's funniest home videos," alfonso ribeiro is here with us live as we say -- >> good morning, america! ♪ can't stop me now >> that's not all. alfonso here this morning. he's in times square, the "dancing with the stars" champ. that's not all. newest post from "america's funniest home videos" and he's here to share some of them this morning. >> looking forward to that. also this morning, a breakthrough treatment for millions of americans who are suffering from hair loss. no surgery, no drugs. these are results you have to see to believe. >> pretty incredible. >> that is coming up. dr. jen ashton with that. first to dan harris and the morning rundown. >> yeah, i'll watch that hair loss thing closely. what's coming up in the news, the big story, all that water still raging downstream in
south carolina. threatening another round of catastrophic flooding. at least 14 dams have now failed. 60 others are close to the breaking point and more people could be forced from their hopes. two more flood victims have been swept away in their car bringing the death toll in the carolinas to 19. real anger from the group doctors without borders about that u.s. air strike on a hospital in afghanistan. the group's director says president obama's apology for the attack which killed 22 people is not enough again demanding an independent investigation. he says the group still hasn't received an official explanation for what exactly happened. new details in the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. the ap, the associated press, reporting this morning that clinton's private e-mail server was the target of attempted cyberattacks from china, south korea and germany. the attacks came after her time as secretary of state and were apparently blocked by security software, but the report says there was a three-month period after clinton left the administration when that
protection wasn't installed meaning the server was potentially vulnerable. look at this, a dramatic rescue caught on camera in houston after a worker was left dangling from a bridge for nearly an hour. that worker was repairing the bridge when he slipped from a catwalk, fortunately he was wearing his harness. firefighters were able to pull him to safety through a manhole. a headline for travelers this morning, how does a $69 flight to europe sound? the ceo of fnorwegian air say it's possible and unveiled a plan to use more fuel efficient planes and smaller region nall airport answer hopes to put it in place in 2017. it will not be easy. regional airports will have to be upgraded to handle international flights. we're getting close to halloween which means it's time for pumpkin art. feast your eyes on this, the trumpkin. also going viral, pumpkin versions of bernie sanders and hillary clinton. they were painted by a guy an
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welcome back to "gma." time now for "heat index" and this morning's hot button, the woman breaking barriers in major league baseball, jessica mendoza became the first female analyst ever to call a playoff game on tuesday night. the olympic softball gold medalist broadcasting the astros/yankees game for espn. take a listen. >> dan, this is why the yankees paid him the $155 million is for this game tonight. this is a guy who his best games that he's pitched has led a team in japan to championships that have jumped on his shoulders. >> unfortunately, not everyone was happy to hear her. an offensive sexist twitter rant from one atlanta radio host. some things so offensive we cannot repeat here. he since apologized and spoke to jessica about it all. >> well, i want to congratulate you and i know that you had so much praise for your national broadcasting debut, how did it
feel? >> you know, honestly i was so nervous going into it and it's something that i've been preparing for for years. i think i was just more worried about what the reaction would be because any time there's a change or something different there's usually a lot of resistance. i think the most thing i was excited about was the aftermath and how much support there really was. >> and sadly there was some negative and specifically an offensive tweet from mike bell, an atlanta broadcaster. how did you react? when did you see his tweet? >> just before i was going to click on it i thought, you know, why? you know, why even, you know, give it the attention? i didn't even want to open it so i've actually yet to read it. >> i love that you took the power back in your way, but for those of us who have read it it's not only offensive it's misogynist, sexist, a horrible thing to read and when he was called on it he apologized. do you accept his apology? >> i accept hit apology.
to me it really was about the fact that he came after me because i was a woman. >> he attacked you solely because you were a woman. and by the way, you've earned where you are right now in your career. >> being able to call these baseball games, yes, i'm a female. but i wanted to get to the point where it's like, let's think about what i'm saying, what i'm doing and not so much, you know, the sex that i am. >> you are one of several female pioneers in a male dominated sports world. how do we move past sexism? >> i want to get to a point where we hear a female voice on nba, nfl age it's like, sweet, she's doing a good job. >> your passion is infectious and i love that you haven't let any of this affect who you are and what you want to do. i'm proud of you and thank you for all the women and all the girls who are looking up to you. >> well, let's keep this going, amy. i feel very confident this and the way it's happened, i think we'll keep in going and looking forward to the future. >> can't wipe that smile off her
face. george, i love what you said. >> i didn't even know women weren't doing it. >> me either. >> that's a start. >> yeah. >> bravo. >> that was great, amy. >> thank you, michael. >> good for her. and, you know, next on "heat index," kim zolciak speaking out only on "gma" for the first time since her health scare and leaving "dancing with the stars." we'll talk to her live in tay moment. but first let's take a look at what she went through. ♪ she started out as one of the hopefuls, reality star kim zolciak-biermann. a fierce competitor on the 21st season of "dancing with the stars." though she finished week one with the lowest judge's scores. the next week she came back swinging. >> you're in the game, kim. >> reporter: but then a devastating blow. kim suffering what she says was a mini stroke. >> i got a text from kim saying that she wasn't feeling well. her entire left side went numb. i'm extremely worried. >> reporter: a few days later kim was able to learn her
upcopping dance routine but from her home in atlanta. doctors not clearing her to fly cross country to l.a. in time for the show. and then a bombshell in the ballroom. >> in the instance of illness or other health-related matters affecting a participant's ability to participate in the game, they must withdraw. ♪ >> reporter: kim's fans rallying, a petition reaching more than 22,000 signatures. to bring back kim and partner tony dovolani. >> we're welcoming kim zolciak. >> thank you for having me. >> this plane trip to the show was the first plane trip since your stroke. how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling great. i was very nervous, obviously, on the whole flight i was very nervous but i feel great. >> now you have six kids. >> yes. >> two shows. you were dancing nine hours a day. do you think you may have extended yourself a little too much? >> probably, but actually was a blessing in disguise. the minor t.i.a. revealed that i have a pfo which is like a hole
in your heart that i was born with that never closed. so at some point -- >> do the doctors think that may have led to the stroke? >> that's what caused it basically because the blood clot was able to cross over through the hole whereas most people don't have that and not able to do that. >> there are a lot of people out there who said when they first heard the news they said she's faking it. she never had a stroke. she still hasn't had a stroke but what do you say to those detractors. >> i think it's sick that somebody would ever think that -- some of the people that have said that, it shows me their mentality. i don't think many people would fake a stroke. >> i would hope not. i really would hope not. >> especially i love "dancing with the stars." it's been one of the best experiences of my life and difficult to not be on the show dancing. >> there was a lot of controversy, 22,000 signatures on a petition to get you back on the show with tony dovolani but you sent the producers an iphone video of your dance but in the rules this is what the rues said. in the event of a celebrity's disabled during training, such that they will be unable to perform in a live episode of the
program, the sent and their professional will be required to withdraw from the competition." now, do you feel like this was fair under your circumstances? >> no. because i was able to dance. i just couldn't fly so i learned my dance on saturday. i was discharged from the hospital on friday, i learned it on saturday and feel like they could have done something via satellite or something. they made exceptions for those who couldn't dance and got injured in a rehearsal or could have used the tape i did on saturday of me dancing. >> did they give you a reason why they were able to continue and you weren't? >> no, they didn't. they didn't. i tried to kind of get an answer because i really do love the show. i love everybody, the purchases, casting directors, but had it came down to it the lawyers made the final decision. >> you posted a video of the "i dream of jeannie" cha-cha. are we going to be able to see that on the finale of "dancing with the stars"? >> i'm not sure what they're going to have me doing. i couldn't care. i'll just be so excited to be there. >> you're not sure what you're going to do. >> no. >> we have to tune in. >> absolutely.
>> you know what, we want to say don't -- kim is on "don't be tardy." you were on time today. thursday nights on bravo and you can see "dancing with the stars" on monday at 8:00, 7:00 central right here on abc. thank you, kim. >> thank you for having me. >> george, back to you. our series the new beauty boom. over a56 million americans suffer from some form of hair loss and approximately 40% are women. it's a problem that affects confidence and self-esteem. but now a new treatment may hold promise in helping men and women regrow their own hair. abc's mara schiavocampo has the details. >> reporter: move over hair club for men. >> i'm not only the hair club president but i'm also a client. >> reporter: now a promising new hair loss treatment for women and men that may help to regrow and thicken hair without surgery, drugs or expensive ointments. just look at these before and afters. doctors who use it say the secret is something you already
have, platelets in your blood. >> platelets have growth factors this them and they're very good at getting hair to regrow and getting the hair follicles to thicken. >> reporter: it's called platelet rich plasma therapy or prp and research is preliminary but promising. while the procedure is not yet fda approved doctors who use it say it's simple. blood is drawn, the plasma separated in a machine and platelets from the patient's own blood injected directly into the scalp. saying that they contain growth factors that stimulate the regrowth and thickening of fair follicles. regina used prp for her thinning hair. >> i've always had fine hair and i've always wanted fuller volume. >> reporter: she says weeks after her first treatment she noticed a difference and here she is after five treatments. >> i feel the hair coming in. i feel the thickness. i love the results. >> reporter: at just 22 years old joseph's hair started thinning.
he tried every over-the-counter product available. >> over time it just got worse and worse. i didn't know what else to do. >> reporter: he's had five procedures now and gained more than just a head of hair. >> it gave me my confidence back. it helped me to, you know, helped me to want to go out again. i don't have to we are a hat and definitely boosted my confidence. >> reporter: some studies suggest that while the results look good, they may not be long lasting. still, the procedure is giving hope to millions with thinning hair. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new jersey. >> let's talk to dr. jen ashton about this. those are pretty remarkable. what do you say to people dealing with this. >> this is incredibly upsetting so we need to be empathetic. be patient and let me show you why. it has to do with the science between the life cycle of a hair follicle. think of three stages, first one is anogen, the active phase. 90% of our hair is it in this
phase. it lasts for two to six years. next phase is the catagen, transition, lasts a couple of weeks, a minority of your hair follicles are in this and final phase is telogen, resting face and if you start a therapy today you might not see results for a couple of months so you do have to be patient. >> what does it mean to this prp is not fda approved? >> well for those of us in clinical medicine it doesn't mean that much. we use things awe the time that aren't fda approved. that means they need more study and a good informed concept process understanding the risks versus benefits but the science behind how prp is thought to work is pretty cool. let me show you. if you see regular thinning hair, you inject these growth factors directly into the scalp. it does several things it increases the diameter or density of the existing hair follicle, recruits new growth and it's thought to even prevent the existing hair from falling out. i actually had this done. you're going to see my before and after pictures. i had had about hairs on my head
on the left. after four treatments i had a really significant result. but, again, it's not for everyone so it's not going to work for patients who have scarring on their scalp. it's great for male pattern baldness or traction alopecia for people with extensions in and actively studied. >> if this doesn't work what does work? >> a lot of things you can do and take. in terps of things you can take, minoxidil over the counter works. the prescription drug fe fenasteride and the vitamin b buy continue can help too and what you can do rest your hair. don't overprocess, don't overcolor. if there's a medical cause, treat that underlying medical cause. that's key but this is exciting research. >> it is and i bet you'll get a lot of questions throughout the morning. you will be on twitter @drjashton. >> great crowd out here this we want to start in the pacific ocean. it's dieing out, but the
remnants of it will become extra tropical. you'll see 13 to 17-foot breakers along the oregon coast and alaska. hot heat advisories anaheim, 102 palm springs. the ridge in the middle of the country. 85 for kansas today. that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: thank you, ginger, looking good no rain in sight. take a look outside, looking at the airport. the camera is rock-steady. the winds are calm and we're pushing away from 60 degrees. this afternoon, sunshine, pleasant. tomorrow we hit 80 probably around lunchtime or early in the afternoon. the clouds get thicker and we get afternoon and evening showers. cooler and nice on saturday, decent on sunday. a 60th birthdy
selfie. >> happy birthday. get in here. breaking "pop news" this morning. yesterday you might remember we introduced to you lauren. she was the college student here in new york who lost her i.d. it was found by tom hanks in central park. and here was her message to tom on "gma" yesterday. >> so if you're listening and out there i would love my i.d. back. >> you were supposed to contact him. >> i think she is right now. >> tom, tom, i'm here. >> well, this morning tom heard you loud and clear, lauren. we're happy to report mr. hanks heard the call, the ford much ham i.d. back in lauren's hands. he sent it to her along with this handwritten note that says, lauren, hold on to this. regards, tom hanks. tom might be too busy to help out again should you lose it spotted all over new york currently shooting "sully" the new movie about heroic pilot sully sullenberger directed by none other than clint eastwood. >> she asked for tom to give her
20 bucks -- >> i don't think he gave her $20. she did have to get the replacement i.d. but all is well that ends well. we love a good pun as you know in "pop news" so today in a "pop news" investigation, we would like to celebrate america's proudest and puniest. a new map by atlas obscura listed the puniest businesses in america. 1900 on that list, some of our favorites include, the big cheesy, a gourmet grilled cheese restaurant in new orleans. baguetteaboutit. coffee shop in brooklyn. indiana bones and the temple of groom is a dog groomer in cali. >> great. >> and been there dump that is a dumpster rental in texas. >> i like that one. >> a little punny business never hurt anybody. now you know why we do it. super cheesy but you know what, just makes us happy.
i'm glad you all jumped on board. well, almost all of you. >> you don't use puns. >> you never use puns. >> another new segment on "this week." >> yeah. >> all right. finally, everybody, in "pop news" this morning, no lying about this story. this lieian has a feathered mane. leon has become the main attraction at a zoo in the czech republic. i like we're playing "hot stuff" about a lion's mane. thanks to his luscious locks a "pop news" investigation will determine what shampoo he uses because i would like to know. we wanted to know who you think he looks like. >> fabio. >> we were thinking -- >> we were thinking julia roberts, early 2000. farrah fawcett circa "charlie's angels." beyonce back when she performed for us on "gma." >> okay. >> i also thought kris kristofferson in "a star is born" or the no-brainer. barry gib in the disco days.
>> barry gib is good. >> so leon, we love you. >> leon has that center part. it's so in. >> that anti-balding treatment. >> break out the wind machine at the zoo. >> thank you, lara. i'm just being told to hold on. that was andy gib, thank you. back to you. >> "deals & steals" coming up. a lot of fall viewer favorites just ahead. ♪ baby i'm worth it good mornm
tamala edwards. let's head over to karen rogers for a look at traffic. good morning. >> reporter: we're not celebrating tgit just yet. looking at heavy traffic on i-95. things are better northbound now that the accident has cleared near academy road. we're looking at the betsy ross bridge area i-95 northbound is jammed approaching this point to cottman. reacidal delays. now -- residual delays. now a 22 minute ride. 36 minutes southbound. 309 southbound past the turnpike we have an accident that's only the shoulder. seeing speeds of 19 miles per hour near the area. jammed from susquehanna road to past the turnpike. accident in hatboro, york road and summit avenue.
42 northbound traffic is coffee from coles road to 295. >> let's head outside to david murphy with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: really starting to feel comfortable out here, too, tam. we have the sun up nice and bright. we're at 60 degrees in philadelphia. a bit on the cool side, but winds are calm. and this afternoon it's going to be nice. high of 75 degrees. lots of sunshine. tomorrow we may get up to 80 in the early afternoon before clouds get thicker and afternoon showers roll in. tomorrow evening could be on the damp side. but it's over for saturday, cooler and nice, breezy, you'll need a jacket at the temple game. 66 degrees, you have to wear your temple red sweatshirts, anyway. cool on sunday for eagles fans. 70. and 74 monday as everybody marches into the flyers opener. >> time for deals and steals relating to fall fashion.
♪ it started with a whisper welcome back to "gma." a lot more coming up. we'll try something new. fishin' for an answer. our guest alfonso is answering questions that you guys are asking. "dancing with the stars" champ, new host of "america's funniest home videos." our friend, alfonso ribeiro, all right. go fishin'. >> all right. here we go. what is this? all right. brenda knox, did you ever really get to hang out with tom jones and what was he like? >> i love that question. >> okay, all right, did i ever hang out -- only the one time when tom came on the show and we performed together and then i went one time to watch him in vegas. the only times i've ever hung out with tom jones? did you like spend quality time with him. >> oh, no the at all. not at all. >> brenda, there you have it. there you have it. thank you. keep your questions coming and we'll do it with all the celebs
that come to the show. if they're not here that day then we're doing anchor questions. >> okay. >> so ask questions. >> send them in. >> that sounds dangerous. >> that will be great. more from alfonso in a second. right now to michael. >> yes. thanks, guys. the temperatures are dropping and so are prices in deas. tory johnson has all the discounts. up to 71% off, welcome, tory. >> you ready? >> let's go. first up from accessory concierge i pulled one out just for you. how soft is that? super soft, amazing scarfs, plaids, tartans, big assortment online. incredible deal on these. normally $30, today only slashed in half, 15 bucks. >> 15 bucks for a scarf. great deal. >> next up a.j. morgan sunglasses, pulled a pair for you right here. what do you think? these are super fun. big assortment for men and women. like it? okay. men and women, not just sunglasses but readers, as well.
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$9. $9, stock up and save. they're comfy, girl, right? you guys told me they're comfy. they gave me the thumbs up. not just smiling anyway. >> you look great. thank you for your help. tory, thank you. always bring us great deals. thanks to the companies for providing them. head to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! for the codes, links and bargains. >> did you know that it is national pierogi day. now you do. happy national -- now i want a pierogi, great. new friends from little rock, new hampshire wow the mount washington observatory clouds spilling over. look at chicago down to 57 it will go back up to 66. it's almost 80 today with storms in the great lakes. that's the big picture, let's
get a check closer to home. >> reporter: thanks, ginger, we've got dry conditions for you this morning. lots of sunshine. temperatures moving north of 60 pretty quickly. high of 75. sunny pleasant, light winds. warm 80 is the high. afternoon rain tomorrow extending into the evening. now to a story of courage and bravery. "he named me malala" is the new film about malala yousafzai, directed by oscar winner davis guggenheim who happens to be my brother-in-law. i sat down with the human rights advocate to learn what inspires her to champion children's education and how she spends down time with her family. >> she was shot in the head for daring to suggest girls should go to school. >> reporter: walked on to the world stage at 15 years of age and now her story of courage and bravery is coming to life in the new film "he named me malala."
>> want to call people to take action and to join us to ensure that every child has the right to go to school to turn this movie into a movement. >> reporter: not just a movie but a movement. that's a lot of pressure, davis. for academy award winning director davis guggenheim the calling for this project began at home. >> i've seen the effect that malala has had on my daughters and my hope is daughters will take their fathers to see this movie. i think they'll learn that any girl anywhere can do something if malala can do it. >> the nobel peace prize is to be awarded to malala yousafzai. >> reporter: indeed ma la la what is shown the world she can do it. putting your message out from advocating to bring back our girls in nigeria. >> this year my wish to be to see the nigerian girls being released from abduction. >> reporter: to lebanon where she spent her 18th birthday opening a school for syrian refugees. but for the first time we see a glimpse into the extraordinary life of a girl who sometimes
just wants to be ordinary. >> my life is quite different than their life. most of them have boyfriends and most of them were brought up with them. >> she's the naughtiest girl. >> this is the laziest one. >> reporter: you're pretty funny. >> do you think so? >> reporter: especially when you talk about your brothers. >> wonderful boys. they do nothing wrong. >> they're nice to people from outside but inside, they're horrible. >> reporter: another part of the movie that tickled me was davis touch catching you looking up cute boys online. >> oh. just a fan of them like. don't take it that negatively. >> just research. >> just research. >> yeah. >> she's a very thorough researcher. >> when i was younger i used to listen to him. >> reporter: at the heart of "he named me malala" a celebration of a unique bond. >> it really is a love story between father and daughter. >> we said that we are one soul
in two bodies. >> reporter: your father gave you the naima ma la la but he didn't make you malala. >> i chose this life myself. i'm here standing on the stage becoming the voice of children. >> i am those 66 million girls who are deprived of education and our voices have grown louder and louder. >> reporter: ah, doesn't that give you chills. "he named me malala" is showing now in new york city and los angeles and it opens nationwide tomorrow. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to see more photos from the making of the movie and find out how you too can stand with malala. alfonso ribeiro here with some of the funniest videos of all time but first it is time for your "gma" to yahoo your day, fall can mean falling off your diet. here's how to keep your waistline from getting bigger.
♪ yahoo >> here are my top three tips. diet trap number one, shorter days. you're exposed to less natural sunlight and that triggers a dip in sear sewnen levels which leads to food cravings. you may be tempted to reach for that breadbasket, instead go for starchy vegetables like sweet potatoes and squash. number two, seasonal drinks. a black cup of coffee clocks in at 5 calories but as soon as you start indulging in pumpkin spice lahtis you're chugging down hundreds of calories, instead go for seasonal flay flavored. teas. have to get the lattee. order a small, one pump of syrup. skip the whipped cream. this is a morning beverage. it's not dessert. diet trap number three, tailgating. football season can wreak havoc on your waistline. we're talking beer and chips and chicken wings. are you starting to salivate?
it pays to set some smart limits. don't show up hungry and just try to eat a few more celery sticks than you do chicken wings. cheers to a happy for the general assembly, will pauls and chris brown claim they're for us, but we know how to spot a sleight of hand. they're bankrolled by groups funded by north jersey casino backers. and you know what that means - north jersey casino bigwigs can count on them. but can we? it's a dirty trick. north jersey casinos would take our casinos, and our jobs, and ruin our economy.
we are alreal ready to see hilarious videos and you're involved. >> we'll step it up. >> yes, but first let's talk to you about -- there's so many initials, "gma," dwts. "dancing with the stars," contestant, then you judged. hosted last week. you did a great job. >> thank you. >> choreographing next? >> i'm trying to take over for ray chew and the band. i'm trying to take over for him. might be there this week trying to conduct some music. i don't do music but i'll try. >> you love being part of the family. >> you know what, i'm such a fan of the show, well before i got on the show that just being part of it each week, i'm watching every episode. sometimes i'm backstage and don't come out and watch. i'll be there to watch. >> i love that. you feel that. now on "america's funniest home videos," you are following in the footsteps of some great guys. >> yes. >> bob saget and tom bergeron.
how will you step it. >> i'll step it up and we're going to go big on "afv"er here at "gma" and bring in the stuff, guys. yeah, yeah, you know what -- >> the way to our heart. >> popcorn and soda and drinks to the entire audience. that's what we're going to do. >> so let's begin. >> we're actually -- let's go all the way back and show the first ever winner on "afv" from 1989. this is a good excuse to never do dishes again. our first ever winner from '89. yes. there you go. >> is this the correct statement? >> high hair is tangled around this stupid hook, okay. >> is she stuck? >> she's stuck in the dishwasher. yes. >> my arm is -- >> first of all, why would you do that? why would you put your head in a dishwasher? >> i don't know. >> yes. >> worthy opponent but i've got one for you now. this is throwback thursday for
"gma." this is ginger reporting from kalamazoo, michigan, in 2004. check out what happens. >> a group of friends coming back from a birthday bash walking here south on california avenue in kalamazoo. >> and then like -- >> so the audience goes -- >> did you see that? >> what was that? >> just look again closely. >> there was -- okay. >> oh! >> there was a streak er. >> it was not a full streak. >> not a full streak. >> he was wearing a speedo. >> actually he had a wholesome brother row and tennis shoes on. that was about it. i saw rear end, rear end when he got past me. i had said much like that i didn't realize he didn't have no clothes on so i was referencing him. >> beautiful. you got a chance to -- was that fun? a good time. >> this is it the best part last year i was at the detroit auto show and he came up and introduced himself. hi, i'm your streaker.
here's his baby and family. >> well, congratulations. that's one way to get famous. >> way to be dad. >> i'm going to bring out our most popular video. >> okay. >> okay, and it's a dog that is -- he's eating his bone but someone keeps bothering him. >> or some thing. >> some thing keeps bothering him. >> he looks so happy. >> having his bone. and that's right. that's right. he doesn't know that his hind foot cannot eat that bone. yeah. that's -- that's a smart pup right there. he is -- but he's into that bone. nobody is going to take that bone if him. >> poor thing. all right. so you probably think i'm going to do another "gma." you guys are safe. this one actually is all about you. >> all about me? >> we think of you as an energetic guy but you didn't have any zip here, did you? >> uh-oh. what is this? oh, yeah, here we go.
>> oh, my god. >> yeah, that was on -- >> you all right? >> that was on "dancing with the stars" on my season. >> just hanging out. >> i was supposed to be batman and -- you know, batman really can fly. batman doesn't fly and i was on the thing -- i was on the zip line and i was excited because i really wanted to like go fast. i wanted to see what it would be like so i came off it and jumped really hard and popped the line. i was like uh-oh and brought a ladder to me and the ladder was too short. so i couldn't -- i couldn't actually get down. >> the ladder. >> i was hanging there. the ladder was too short. hi. how are you? i'm going down. >> you can see alfonso on the premiere of "america's funniest home videos" this sunday night at 7:00, 6:00 central right here on abc. thank you so much for being with us. and you are not all safe. we will be seeing videos from all of you in coming days. >> ah. >> i've just decided -- i don't
we all love "fight song" by rachel platten and here's a follow-up. rachel platten with "stand by you." ♪ hands put your empty hands in mine ♪ ♪ and scars show me all the scars you hide ♪ ♪ and hey if your wings are broken please take mine so yours can open too ♪ ♪ 'cause i'm gonna stand by you and oh tears made kaleidoscopes in your eyes ♪ ♪ and hurt i know you're hurting but so am i ♪ ♪ and love if your wings are
broken borrow mine so yours can open too ♪ ♪ 'cause i'm gonna stand by you even if we're breaking down ♪ ♪ we can find a way to break through ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven i'll walk through hell with you ♪ ♪ love you're not alone 'cause i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven i'll walk through hell with you ♪ ♪ love you're not alone 'cause i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ yeah you're all i never knew i needed and the heart sometimes it's unclear why it's beating ♪ ♪ and love if your wings are broken we can brave through those emotions too ♪ ♪ 'cause i'm gonna stand by you and oh truth i guess truth is what you believe in ♪
♪ and faith i think faith is having a reason ♪ ♪ and i know my love if your wings are broken ♪ ♪ borrow mine so yours can open too 'cause i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ even if we're breaking down we can find a way to break through ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven i'll walk through hell with you ♪ ♪ love you're not alone 'cause i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven i'll walk through hell with you ♪ ♪ love you're not alone 'cause i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ and i'll be your eyes till yours can't shine ♪ ♪ and i'll be your arms i'll be your steady satellite ♪
♪ when you can't rise well i'll cry with you on hands and knees ♪ ♪ 'cause i'm gonna stand by you even if we're breaking down we can find a way to break through ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven i'll walk through hell with you ♪ ♪ love you're not alone 'cause i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven hey i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven i'll walk through hell with you ♪ ♪ love you're not alone 'cause i'm gonna stand by you ♪ ♪ love you're not alone i'm gonna stand by ♪ ♪ even if we can't find heaven, heaven yea
rachel, safe to say you have done it again in yes. another big hit. rachel platten,er in thing for me to work out to. have a great day. happy thursday. >> good morning, it is 8:56, i'm tamala edwards let's head over to karen rogers starting on 422. >> reporter: another new accident 422 eastbound past 29.
three vehicles involved. we have police and penndot on the scene. it's off to the side we're jammed from royersford to 29 and the saint gabe's curve to 23. it's been an accident on majors. the accident on i-95 has cleared and now one on 422. we have a problem lower moreland, hunting pike, an accident blocking a lane here, as well. an accident on route 30 the white white horse pike at gibbs borough road blocking a lane. >> let's go outside to david murphy for a last look at accuweather. >> reporter: really feeling nice on the terrace with sun up over the horizon. 64 degrees in philadelphia. a couple of spots in the 50s, but you're climbing up. this afternoon in philadelphia, nice, 75 degrees, sunny and pleasant, winds are light. a great day to be outside if you can manage it. tomorrow, 80, clouds increase and rain arriving north to
south. tomorrow evening damp. nice on saturday, 66 degrees and 70 on sunday, lots of sunshine, great for temple and eagles football this weekend. sunny and nice on monday, 74 that's the flyers home opener if you want to head down early and hang out in the parking lot with friends you have great weather for that, too. >> coming up on "action news," police make an arrest in a deadly home invasion in montgomery county. firefighters stay on the scene of a philadelphia warehouse that went up in flames. we're following the investigation into the cause. seth roguen is up next on "live" with kelly and michael. i'm tamala edwards. enjoy the beautiful day.
>> it's "live with kelly & michael." today from the new film, "steve jobs," seth rogen. and star of the series "pilly on the street," billy i'mer in. plus, performing their new hit, "wake up," the vamps. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] >> now here are your emmy winning co-hosts, kelly ripa and michael strahan.