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overnight sending one person to the hospital. injured on the job, a philadelphia police officer is run over by a fellow officer while trying to subdue a suspect. we'll have those stories and more, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast on a very important night, lots of stuff going on. >> reporter: it looks good, it will be chilly, but we'll stay dry, clouds roll in later this afternoon. in the meantime there's the view live on sky6 live hd looking at philadelphia international airport. it's nice and quiet. we have bright blue skies and high, thin cloudiness working in. that will be the trend throughout the day. temperatures dropped into the 20s first thing this morning in several locations. look at this, allentown, 29. widespread frost north and west of the city. pilots, 29 including the pine barrens in south jersey places like millville, vineland and bridgeton. those areas saw frost.
hammonton, 30. philadelphia, 42. we're chilly now, 31 in coatsville, pilots, 33. quakertown up to the freezing mark, 32. hammonton, folsom, 34. glassboro, 38 degrees. we've got work to do. fortunately we'll see a lot of sunshine early on. later this afternoon, some of this moves in here, but you can see we're clear sca -- as a whistle up and down the eastern seaboard. it's clear and dry, yesterday was windy today we won't see the wind. 58 degrees is the forecasted high for trick or treaters and for folks heading to the lincoln financial field for temple notre dame game. lots of clouds, it stays dry, temperatures in the low 50s and upper 40s when the game is all said and done. when i come back new few minutes we'll talk about a huge warm up
in the seven-day forecast. there are several days we'll get close to 74 or 75 degrees. i'll have that for you in just a bit. >> fan fever is sweeping across the city. check this out, the undefeated temple owls are hoping to stay perfect when they take on 9th ranked notre dame. sky6 live hd looking live where the temple students are packing in all morning long for the college game day. trish hartman is there, trish how's it looking? >> reporter: eva, things are going well, the broadcast just got started a few minutes ago. the crowd is so excited. fans are still rolling in and everyone is ready to show the country their temple spirit on college game day. >> there's no better atmosphere! no better atmosphere in the country than philly. >> reporter: the crowds showed up before the sun.
students rolled up in buses ready to show the county that the temple owls ranked 21 are ready to take on number 9 notre dame. the creative and colorful signs are ever where, tradition for the college game day broadcast. fans are thrilled to show they are in philly even if it means waiting out in the cold. >> temple is nationally ranked, and we have game day, abc and prime time game it's unbelievable how it all came together! >> reporter: buses will shuttle students back to campus, they will need to rest up, kickoff is at 8:00 p.m. trish hartman channel 6 "action news" eva. >> thanks, trish. if you're going to be in the crowd for college game day we want you to join the action use the #6abc action or social media or send an e-mail to join the action at 6abc.com.
don't forget you can catch the big game between temple and notre dame right here on 6abc at 8:00 p.m. tonight. breaking news, rescue crews have found the wreckage of a russian passenger plane that crashed in egypt sinai peninsula, officials say there are no survivors. this is a picture of the type of plane that crashed. it had 217 passengers and seven crew members on board. an egyptian aviation said the pilot reported technical difficulties and planned an emergency landing. officials say there are no survivors. vladimir putin ordered russian emergency officials to fly to the site immediately. new this morning, an inferno shot from a home in north philadelphia overnight. a man managed to get out of the
home at north 20th and oxford before firefighters arrived. he was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. firefighters used a handful of ladder trucks to attack the flames and smoke. two neighboring homes were damaged by water and smoke. the fire marshal is trying to figure out what started the blaze. a philadelphia police officer is recovering after he was accidently run over by a fellow officer. it happened while the officers were chaitsing oh -- chasing down a road rage suspect who was smashed this suv window with a baseball ballot. one officer fell down in the street and the police van ran over his leg, he suffered a broken foot and toes, police made their arrest. high school in lehigh county will reopen monday following a potential threat, 50 bullets were spilled across the hallway floor of emmaus high school. no arrests were made.
rumors circulated there was a shooting planned for yesterday, so they kept the school closed out of a precaution. four allentown police officers were hurt trying to break up a melee at allentown high school. authorities say 100 juveniles were involved or witnessed the fight. five people in all have been arrested. the latest on the mysterious death of a 3-year-old boy in haddon township new jersey. brandon creato's body was found earlier this month and disturbing social media posts have come to light. >> it's upsetting and disturbing i'm thinking about it all the time. >> reporter: the feeling as parents and their children gathered for the annual halloween parade. the unexplained death of
3-year-old has put a scare in many here. >> a lot of people worry somebody is lurking out there. >> reporter: his father told police the boy disappeared while he was sleeping. three hours later his body was found in a wooded area about a half mile away. the coroner is waiting for lab results after the initial autopsy found the cause of death inconclusive. in the meantime they were aware of a social media post by his girlfriend she writes she may be facing charges in connection with a murder investigation and the father is in more trouble than she is. his lawyer said she is being a dramatic young lady. investigators are aware of a video created by creato's sister it features a boy in the fake movie trailer about a child that goes missing and later found dead. as for the father he said he is
just as anxious as anyone else to find out what happened to his son. the white house has ordered 50 american special operations force to syria. the troops will train, advice and assist kurdish and air forces taking on isis. the americans are not expected to directly fight isis. >> the president does expect that they can have an impact in intensifying our strategy for building the capacity of local forces inside of syria to taking the fight on the ground to eisel in their own county. these are the first american combat troops on the ground in syria. secretary of state john kerry is not ruling out a further escalation of the fight. he said he can't predict the future. romania has declared a day of mourning after a deadly nightclub blaze. the blaze broke out on the stage
in a club in bucharest. a heavy metal band was performing at the time. there were 300 young people at the club and only one exit door. still to come on "action news" saturday morning. the holiday season is almost here and experts say thieves are getting more hitech. tips to keep your home delveries safe. drink if you dare, starbucks is getting to the halloween season. >> reporter: temperatures are in the 30s and 40s. by the middle of next week it will feel like summer again around here, i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast right after this.
country are braving the chilly temperatures this morning for the aacr rock and roll half marathon. the race steps off at 7:30 in front of the art museum. it was postponed this year because we had a visit from the pope. >> i actually things it's better weather to run in cooler weather. >> reporter: i used to run a lot like that i was happier when the temperatures were cooler and when it was clothed. they will get sun today, but temperatures are chilly. some areas are sitting at the freezing mark right now.
it's a cold start to your saturday. in the meantime there's the view. it kind of warms up a little bit, you can see the sun glistening down off the tranquil waters off the delaware river. there's a slight breeze out of west at 5 miles per hour. it's been a pretty nice week. temperatures were chilly to start. monday's high, 60. tuesday, 62. hello, wednesday, and thursday, that that was nice, 72 and 74. yesterday was cooler high of 60 degrees, with the wind felt like the 50s most of the time. now we're at 46 this is actually one of the warmer numbers. dewpoint, 34. winds out of the north at 3 miles per hour. the pressure reading rising from 30.25 inches. here we go, chilly stuff north and west, reading, allentown, lancaster. all rebounding. 36 degrees down in the upper 20s, 30s.
trenton, millville, 43. everything is running 12 degrees colder than this time yesterday. tomorrow, the numbers will be ten to 15 degrees warmer than what we're experiencing right now. we have big changes coming our way. the system that will bring the changes is sitting across the heartland of the nation there's a cold warm front here that wilp slep -- slip flue tomorrow morning. -- slip threw tomorrow. new orleans, 75. dallas, 65. memphis, 68. it is this warm wedge that will pull north. everybody east of the mississippi river will enjoy mild temperatures all next week. the surface maps looks like this, cool breeze, high temperatures in the mid to upper
50s. the wildfire punches through tomorrow. winds out of the southwest that's pacific air flooding the lower 48. everybody warms up nicely including the high plains, places like maine, vice vermontd new hampshire getting into the 50s and 60s. nice stuff on the way. increasing clouds later on, temperatures in the mid 50s. 4:00 p.m., 56 degrees for philadelphia. mostly cloudy skies, mid 50s north and west. overnight tonight we cloudy up, maybe a spritz or a sprinkle developing closer to down, 7:00, 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., showers possible. mid to upper 40s this time tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon, increase in sunshine and temperatures skyrocket into the low 70s north and west they will see more sunshine there. 55 today. lancaster. philadelphia, 58. increasing clouds, 57,
58 degrees for the shorepoints, as well. 54 degrees by 6:00. 51 by 9:00 a.m. overnight tonight, mild, low to mid 40s, under a mostly cloudy sky, but it should be dry. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, maybe a morning shower otherwise clouds giving way to sunshine tomorrow. 69 degrees, monday are cloudy skies, rain developing late in the day and monday night. tuesday, through friday look fantastic at this point. 72, 73, 74, 73. even next weekend looks very, very warm. i didn't want to get carried away, i probably could have popped a couple of 75s on there. it's new information i want it to marinate first. >> it seems wonderful, but the sun will set before 5:00 a.m. >> reporter: you get into tomorrow and the sun will set at 4:58. enjoy!
>> 75, it doesn't matter you won't see the sun. >> reporter: it's going to be depressing tomorrow. >> texas is getting drenched by a lot of rain again. some neighborhoods are under water after flash flooding. the search resumes for two people missing in the flooding. it claimed two other lives. the national weather service is looking into reports of tornados touching down. we'll have more on the severe weather coming up in our next half-hour. n't remember... and a place to grow it in. got it.
spothe good stuff!ves! or the one that does all three! the good stuff! hot sauce! how hot? (both) lava. life is eating take-out at home. dessert! and a home that embraces take-out. happy anniversary. happy anniversary. your hands on starbucks latest spooky street, the vampire inspired frappacinno made it's debut. after halloween it's gone. it's topped off with raspberry
syrup. just in time for the holiday, thieves may have figured out a better way to swipe packages from your doorstep. according to police they are using an app to track the delveries to time their thefts. >> reporter: a ups driver leasing packages on the front porch. watch what happens next, a u-haul van backs into the driveway. the homeowner 20 home surveillance cameras. i have signs posted around the house, smile you're being video taped. >> reporter: police arrested a man and woman after tracking the license plate from the u haul. this morning the los angeles police department saying the suspects were tracking ups trucks on a phone app and attempted to locate packages without a tracking number.
ups denying their technology was compromised. these porch pick ups are nothing new. this suspected thief in pittsburgh caught in the act. in west virginia a woman playing the role of the grinch snatching holiday packages and the wreath off the front door. shoppers should schedule delveries for when they are home or have the packages sent to the office. sign up for text alerts or installing security cameras. abc news, los angeles. on this halloween morning a bar in salt lake city has a reminder on how not to drive drunk. they built a mock jail they superimpose a jail uniform on customers and the message asks
do you know what a dui looks like. >> this could be my cell for how long? not worth it. >> reporter: statistics show fatalities rise when halloween falls on a weekend like this year. the utah state police put together the bar mock jail. >> the flyers add to their losing streak. the mets help e -- hoping to even things up in game 4 we'll have a sports next. for the girl scout meeting...
gathered for game day. they are -- see all the signs held up right now. if you were down there, and somebody knows if you know someone down there get them to send a picture of the sign we would love to see them. sports, halloween is over to a scary start for the flyers and sixers. the hopefully temple has better luck, the unbeaten owls play in prime time on 6abc. ducis rogers has it all. >> reporter: good morning it's halloween and the day of the big game. temple and notre dame. a pep rally was held on campus yesterday. the entire area is getting on the bandwagon behind the team. the owls are ranked 21st in the stnlt they -- country, theye unbeaten at 7-0. they have an us-against them
mentality. >> they took a shot on you, they rolled the dice with you that's the great thing about temple. >> this team is a tough team. i'm proud they are 7-0. they have won four times on the road and in hostile environments. because of what they have done they have this opportunity. >> reporter: number 21 temple hosting number 9 notre dame. you can he soup the game on 6abc at #-- 8:00 p.m. to basketball. the sixers won't win a lot of games this season we're looking for growth in the young stars in the making. they remembered moses malone and darrell dawkins and harvey poll ic died this year. the sixers lose by 28,
99-71 the final. flyers in buffalo. less than a minute to go in the first period. score 1-sabers. action in the second, buffalo on the power play through traffic. 2-zip buffalo. later they go toe to toe, too bad take downs don't mean goals. flyers lose 3-1 scoring two goals in the past two games. game 3 in the world series melts and royals. the mets win 9-3. they trail the series 2-1. game four later tonight in new york. that's a look at sports. temple notre dame tonight, happy halloween have a safe one. i'm ducis rogers enjoy your day! >> there's much more to come on
"action news" saturday morning including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm karen rogers and this beauty right here is lucille all dressed up for halloween saved by the buddy rescue foundation, our "shelter me rescue of the week" winner this week. we'll meet lucille and some of our pals. we're off. >> plus a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers "action news" saturday at 9 continues.
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news" saturday at 9:00, are you ready fore college football? temple fans are flocking to independence mall ahead of the big game we're live. police in delaware call it a crime of opportunity they have a warning for drivers as temperatures continue to drop. plus a man charged with killing a preschoolers during a road rage dispute in mexico is facing federal charges. let's head outside to chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. it looks like its warmed up a little bit, but you look cold. >> reporter: i feel better, warmer than the first thing this morning when i was out here at 7:00 a.m. temperatures are rebounding in the 30s and 40s, it was a chilly start some areas in the upper 20s and widespread frost north and west and the pine
barrens. pilots, 36. fleetwood, 36. coatesville and ken net square the same number. hammonton, 37. browns mills 37 degrees. satellite and radar, we're clear along the eastern seaboard, but you can see how quickly some of the cloud cover is approaching the area from the west. we'll see the high, thin clouds move in around midday. they will eventually lower and thicken. we'll go mainly cloudy this evening, into the overnight. there could be a shower or two in the morning, otherwise it's clouds and sunshine. overall it's a quiet weekend. forecast today, 56 degrees by 2:00. at that point a few high, thin clouds around. 4:00 p.m., 58 degrees, increasing clouds. 6:00 p.m., 53. again we're mainly cloudy. big game this evening, lincoln financial field you can see it right here starting at 8:00. taking on the fighting irish by
notre dame. 52 degrees kickoff, 4th quarter, 49. tomorrow morning it will be milder than what we're seeing this morning. temperatures will be anywhere from 48 to 52 degrees and that sets up a nice warming trend for us. starting tomorrow temperatures will approach 70 degrees and keep climbing through the entire seven day forecast. i'll have the numbers for you when i see you in just a little bit. >> it's a huge day in college football, the undefeated temple owls are taking on 9th ranked notre dame, temple students have been packing into independence mall all morning long for the college game day. trish hartman is there in the middle of all the craziness. >> reporter: college game day is underway and the crowd is trumped up. we have the crowds showing their
school spirit and what many are calling the most important game in temple football history. >> it's our day in the sun. >> reporter: thousands of temple fans packed independence mall before the sun came up for the espn college game day. signs, face paint and halloween costumes were everywhere. students and alum including gary thompson a former temple football player are rooting hard for the underdog owls to stay undefeated. >> i'm so proud to see what they are doing. >> reporter: but the crowd was not all cherry and white. we found fighting irish who were as excited about tonight game as college game day. >> my grandmother raised me to watch notre dame football. growing up irish catholic you don't have much of a choice in my family. >> reporter: many fans will be at the linc. if you can't be at the game
watch it live on 6abc, kickoff is at 8:00 p.m. live from independence mall trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> you can catch the game between temple and notre dame on 6abc, it all starts at 8:00 p.m. tonight. students at the university of delaware held a vigil for their classmate who was run over by a bicycle. matt rosi. 's -- rosin is an honor student and member of several student organizations. his aunt tell us the university and his classmates have been supportive. >> it's a day-to-day situation, it's actually better, it used to be hour to hour. >> it could be another week before the family has better idea of his prognosis. >> a man accused of shooting a
pennsylvania police officer has surrendered to authorities. earl hole -- holland turned himself into police after shooting a police while breaking into a car. he is charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault. police in delaware are investigating a spree of car they haves and they say the weather may have something to do with it. five times this month cars were stolen while left running. >> people want to get into a warm car which i understand, when you you start the car you leave the keys in it. somebody walking past may need a ride somewhere. >> one thief hit while the woman was warming up her car and getting ready to head to work. >> i was starting my car up and went back inside and grabbed my shoes and jacket and purse and i
came out the door. >> reporter: gone. >> gone. >> police urge everyone to keep that in mind. according to politics republican national committee is suspending iltses partnership with n -- its partnership with nbc news. the rnc said it will hold the debate as she woulded -- scheduled on february 26 with another media partner. they accused the necessary work of inaccurate and offensive questions. hillary clinton offered us a glimpse into her personal network. the e-mails included celebrities, ceos and politicians. former president, jimmy carter and ben affleck and lady gaga
most of us her e-mails center around the workings. government and scheduling meetings. two people are dead and two others are missing after flash flooding and tornados hit central texas. a foot and half of rain fell in 240 hours trapping people in their cars. aditi roy is in texas with more. >> reporter: flooding rains and tornados wreaking havoc across texas. this family hit heard violent winds destroyed the home while the children were inside. mom getting her daughter out of the way just as the storm took a turn for the worst and nearby a local high school ripped apart by high winds. officials confirming two deaths and reports of more missing. much of the widespread damage from the halloween weekend storm
caused by flooding raging waters rushing through the streets sweeping away personal belongings even cars. rescue crews across the state pulling drivers from the rapids. this elementary school surrounded by water. >> you can see i'm floating down some sort of creek. >> reporter: this man barely making it out alive, his car filling with water, recording this message for family. >> love you guys. >> that was abc's aditi roy. a road rage suspect accused of killing a preschoolers in mexico is facing federal charges. he is accused of drug trafficking and firearms arms. agenting found cocaine, marijuana and four firearms and amunition and bullet proof vest
in his car linked to him. he was arrested for the shooting of 4-year-old. he was involved in an argument with her father before the gunfire. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00. if you're pregnant you could be at risk for a blood clot. it happened to this new mother. we'll tell you what you need to know in "healthcheck." pint size pope francis takes home top horns at president obama's -- honors at pope's halloween. we'll have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when yaks returns. >> how do you get the
attention. president? just ask this little guy, he dressed up as pope francis and pushed along in the popemobile. the president was so impressed he gave the boy the top prize. hundreds came out to trick or treat for the annual white house, the president and first lady gave out cookies and candies and baiblg -- baseball cards featuring their cards. >> reporter: what a nice night it's going to be i like looking at the kids in their costumes. let's get you back outside and go live on sky 6 looking live at independence mall. the scene of college game day.
we have 20 minutes to go, after this turn on espn that's where it's broadcasting live on independence mall. of course you see all kinds of crazy signs. this is one of my favorites bouncing around in the crowd notre dame really was a chick flick. i agree with that. go temple. you can watch it on 6abc starting at 8:00. are we have the low of 32, the normal is 44. some of the outlying suburbs were dropping into the 20s and low 30s. this is a noticeably cooler day than what we saw earlier this past week when highs shot in the 70s. millville, 43. sea isle 48. dover, 44. with the slightest breeze out of the west from 3 to 5 miles per hour. you get the idea there's not much wind out there.
satellite and radar increasing clouds from the west as the warm front approaches illustrate slicing through the great lake states and behind that warm front is pacific air. so all this blue that you see right there, this is up in canada by the time we get into monday the entire lower 48 will enjoy temperatures, high temperatures from i 6 to 80 degrees. -- 60 to 80 degrees. the jet stream is the big reason why. it's slightly cooler. it's taking a dip this morning and then we get into next day week this all the way up into canada. if there were january or february or march we would be looking at highs in the 50s to give you a prospective just how unseasonable warm it is. we'll run it anywhere from 70 to 735 degrees he ever had from tuesday on. there's indications within the long range forecast modeling not just next week, but the week
behind that we could see 70s. increasing clouds, temperatures in the low to mid 50s. we'll top out 56 to 58 degrees in philadelphia. cooler across the surrounding suburbs. 4:00 p.m., mostly cloudy. temperatures in the mid 50s, overnights tonight cloudy, the cloud cover keeps the temperatures on the warmer side. in the 40s, tomorrow morning, in the upper 20s and low 0s this morning. one or two areas could see a quick-hitting shower. by afternoon the idea is for clouds to give way to sunshine. 70 degrees in lancaster tomorrow. 69 in reading. 67 or 68 for philadelphia. wilmington, 67 and allentown about 67 degrees. so it should be nice out there by tomorrow afternoon. maybe gray and gloomy to start, decent amount of sun later on. sun and clouds for the lehigh valley. chilly high of 5 degrees, trick or treaters you'll need something with sleeves. you won't need the heavy coat,
but something with sleeves. cooler at the shore, sun and clouds, 58 degrees is the forecasted high for atlantic city. same deal for philadelphia, increasing clouds and cooler, winds out of the southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. 9:00 a.m., 51. expect cooler temperatures noter an west, cloud skies a light breezes. 69 degrees tomorrow. morning shower, sun and clouds during the day. monday, cloudy, rain developing late in the day. monday night, 66. all next week smooth sailing temperatures in the 70s, it will feel like summer by the time we get into wednesday and thursday, highs in the 75, 3 -- 73 range. this is an el nino year they are
characterized by the warm weather. i love my cold you know that. fight for air climb, the proceeds benefit the american lung associated. the firefighter first responders taking part in the event. this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" winner is the story about friendship, two dogs saved by one owner. karen rogers has their story. >> they get along beautifully. they are good friends. >> reporter: buddy is a beagle, gracie is a black lab mix. >> he likes people. >> reporter: but the odd couple has become a perfect match. buddy was adopted 2013. that's when we said we have to get buddy a play mate. gracie came along a year later and brought buddy to life.
>> wherever buddy goes she follows. >> reporter: the rescue that saved them is called the buddy rescue foundation. >> living a life they couldn't have dreamed of. >> reporter: since founding the organization in 2008 barbara has saved hundreds of animals and she brings the alumnae together annually for the buddy foundation picnic. >> every one is a story, there's always a twist or story around them. that's so nice. >> reporter: now barbara is trying to find a home for a 12-year-old mini horse romeo and roses is to years old and ready for greener pastures. this is loose seal they say a -- lucille a 3-year-old red
bone coon hound a great family dog looking for a place to call home. if you're interested in lieu seal visit the buddy rescue foundation website. post a picture to the "fyi philly" facebook page using the #6abc "shelter me rescue of the week" and tell us where you adopted your pet and how much they mean to you we'll tell you your story on the up coming "shelter me rescue of the week" segment.
center city. there will be pumpkin painting and carriage rides and a amaze and trick or treating from noon until 5. in "healthcheck" blood clots in the legs can become dangerous situation, prolonged sitting and pregnancy can raise a risk. ali gorman has the details. >> reporter: jessica was just weeks into motherhood when her health took a bad turn. >> i was sitting on the couch feeding him and i looked down and i noticed that my leg was swollen. she was told she had a superficial blood clot and sent home. within hours she was back at the hospital. a hospital at the home in dallas, texas said the clot couldn't be removed. she was put on blood thinners and told no more running, no more skiing no hike be no playing around with my newborn
baby. >> reporter: then a relative connected her to penn medicine. she had an artery in the pelvis that lays on top of and compresses the major vein. the blood slows down and the clot forms. some say the condition is rare, but the doctor doesn't agree. >> the disease is probably present in 25% of the female population. for most people it never causing symptoms, but weight gain or inactivity could raise the risk for trouble so does pregnancy because as the baby grows there's less room causing compression. the doctor broke up the clot with the device that breaks it with powerful drugs abbey vacuums it out. he put a stent in the vein to
keep it open. she was cleared for all activity. >> i'm running and walking and doing everything. >> reporter: she does wish she had been more aware for the risk of clots. she urges any women who is pregnant or any new mom with swelling in her leg to get it checked out right away. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." >> let's get a last check.
69 tomorrow, andy 66 is the high on monday. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next. we'll have a recap of the temple notre dame game on 6abc. the smooth sounds ever jazz come to the kimmel center. we'll have a preview afternoon up coming concert featuring a local award winning artist. good luck to temple! we'll all be watching. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team i'm eva pilgrim.
for district attorney in montgomery county... kevin steele, first assistant d.a. with a 98% conviction rate and tough sentences for sexual predators. or bruce castor, a former d.a. who refused to prosecute bill cosby. castor said, "we don't charge people for making a mistake or doing something foolish." many more victims came forward, and castor admitted he could have used their testimony against cosby but castor didn't even try. bruce castor was not looking out for the victims.
announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi everyone, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my basecamp here at the columbus zoo. and welcome to a truly terrifying "wild countdown." would you dare to dance with a king cobra? wouldn't it kill you if he bit you? arun: yeah, sure. jack: or tangle with a tarantula? look at the fangs on this thing. look at that. how about hand feed a vulture? man, he got powerful feet. whoa! i hope you're feeling brave, because today's animal adventures are definitely not for scaredy-cats. boy, if he bit you, oh, buddy. later, my blooper of the week. so, an elephant goes to the bathroom; all of a sudden