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tonight, breaking news. the plane crash right into a residential neighborhood. the pilot practicing takeoffs and landings. the critically injured on the scene. >> totally engulfed house here. >> the images coming in now. also breaking -- meteorologists warning the worst severe weather of the season. millions bracing for tornados and severe storms. in the next 24 hours. we're live in the storm zone. taking on trump. ted cruz and john kasich team up. their new plan. and trump with his fiery response tonight. and what he just said about hillary clinton. >> does hillary look presidential to you? the urgent manhunt after eight members of the same family are killed. authorities say it was planned -- now warning other family members to arm themselves. the stunning discovery.
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the two teenage boys lost at sea. eight months later, the boat and their iphone. and america strong. tonight, the proud marines before and after. one incredible story. good evening. and it's great to be back with you on a monday night and a new plan to take down donald trump in a moment. first, the breaking developments. the image, a small plane crashing in a florida neighborhood not far from the airport. the pilot practicing taking off and landing. several injured, some critically, and there are new questions about the registration of the plane. david kerley with the story. >> reporter: in the middle of that inferno -- >> okay, you got a totally engulfed house here, they went into the, uh, roof of this house. >> reporter: -- is the wreckage of a small plane. >> i turned, there was a fireball, then a huge amount of
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black smoke. >> 10-4, we have three patients. all patients are alive. >> reporter: emergency responders on the scene rushing to the survivors, two males and a female survived. serious injuries. one may have been ejected from the aircraft. the other two were found just outside the wreckage and were assisted by citizens who braved the flames to pull them to safety. the homeowner of the house that was hit was home, but escaped uninjured. >> it actually bounced over one house and ended up in the yard of the next house. so obviously there were some very fortunate people. >> reporter: the plane, according to the faa, was practicing landing and takeoffs and went down just a half mile from the florida airport. >> did you see what happened? >> yeah, i saw it. that was a departure stall. >> reporter: that suggests the twin engine beechcraft duchess, just after taking off, either nosed up too much or lost an engine. and then plunged toward the ground. while the three survivors were pulled from the wreckage, each suffered burns on 30% to 40% of their body.
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david? >> david kerley leading us off tonight. david, thank you. now to the race for the white house. five major pry mafrs tomorrow night and a new fight already tonight. two rivals teaming up to try to stop donald trump. ted cruz and john kasich. will the supporter goes along with it? the two candidates want to keep trump from getting the delegates he needs to win the delegation. and trump on what he said about hillary clinton. tom llamas on the story tonight. >> reporter: tonight, donald trump on the warpath. >> if you collude in business or if you collude in the stock market they put you in jail. but in politics, because it's a rigged system, because it's a corrupt enterprise, in politics you are allowed to collude. >> reporter: the republican front-runner red hot over the new alliance between senator cruz and governor kasich. the two candidates making a deal -- kasich will stop campaigning in indiana and cruz will do the same in oregon and
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new mexico. the goal -- to prevent trump from winning the 1,237 delegates he needs to avoid a contested convention. >> it shows how weak they are. it shows how pathetic they are. >> reporter: trump today tearing into kasich who has only won his home state of ohio. >> reporter: i have a new nickname for him, 1 for 41. >> reporter: attacking kasich's habit of chowing down during campaign stops. >> i have never seen a human being eat in such a disgusting fashion. this guy takes a pancake and he's shoving it in his mouth. it is disgusting. do you want that for your president? i don't think so. >> reporter: kasich not amused the billionaire is now calling home desperate. >> me? no, i'm not desperate. are you? are you desperate? because i'm not. >> reporter: cruz says trump is just a big whiner. >> whining is what they do, because you notice it's never ever, ever donald's fault. >> reporter: but trump tonight
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says he's about winning. and that he looks the part, unlike hillary clinton. >> do i look like a president? how handsome am i? right. how handsome? somebody said, he really does look good, but you know, i don't know if he is presidential. and i'm looking at this stage of people, my competitors, does hillary look presidential to you? >> tom llamas with us live tonight from pennsylvania. you reported there, cruz and kasich teaming up with a new plan of sorts. and ted cruz with the unorthodox move of vetting a possible vp pick this early, hoping it will help? >> reporter: moments ago, senator cruz says he has a short list of running mates and abc news learns that carly fiorina has been vetted.
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david? >> tom, thank you. and republicans sounding off on the choices for republicans this election. our jon kavrl one on one with charles koch, saying hillary clinton might be a better choice. and sounding off on trump's proposed ban on muslims coming to america. here's what he told jon. >> well, obviously, that's anathetikal to our approach. what is worst, is having them all register. that is like naz zi germany. >> when you hear another top presidential candidate talk about sand glow and carpet bombing in the middle east -- >> well, that has to be a hyperbole. but a candidate, whether they believe it or not, think that appeals to the american people, this is frightening. >> reporter: is it possible that
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another clinton would be better? >> it's possible. it's possible. >> quick question. he said she might be a better candidate. we are not talking about support. >> reporter: he is not going to support hillary clinton. but it's unlikely that he will give any money to any republican. in the 20129 campaign, the koch network spent about $400 million. and no money for donald trump. >> jon karl tonight, fascinating interview. thank you. we move on to the democrats and hillary clinton ahead in all the states polling tomorrow night. and new coming new talk about who hillary clinton could be considering for vp. david wright with the list tonight. >> reporter: likely to win most or all of the states tomorrow, tonight, hillary clinton is looking ahead. hitting donald trump. >> don't just fly that big jet in and land it and make a brig
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speech and insult everybody you can think of and go back to your country clubhouse in florida or your penthouse in new york. >> reporter: clinton's new ad presents her to a nurturing alternative. today, bernie sanders is seeming like a candidate who sees the end of the line. >> what this campaign is really about is for all us of together to take on the status quo. >> reporter: the clinton campaign is so confident of victory, they already started vetting possible vps. the early list said to include tim kaine, sherrod brown and yule owe castro. clinty says it's too early to
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consider that. >> has your campaign considered a vp? >> i'm just working hard to win on tuesday. >> reporter: one of her top advisers has a porntd note about the vice presidential selection process. she tweet, anyone who's talking doesn't know. le and anyone who knows isn't talking. david? >> david, live in pennsylvania. thanks. next tonight here, the national weather service at this hour warning of the most dangerous weather of the season in the next 24 to 48 hours. 18 million on alert tonight. neighbors say it was lightning that set this minnesota home on fire, burning it to the ground. at least eight reported tornadoes in the last 24 hours. this one here in nebraska. the threat so strong in oklahoma city, look at this billboard tonight. warning people to be prepared. rob marciano is live in dallas tonight, in the storm zone. you told us a warning about violent, long track tornadoes? this is serious where are yeah,
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it sht tell you how serious they are taking this. and the pattern is full. take a look. three impulses on a strengthening jet stream. the first one hitting chicago right now with the thunderstorms. want next one in the plains is stronger. it has all the ingredients for an outbreak from dallas, to wichita, lincoln, nebraska, big time hail. tornadoes that may go in the dark nss hours. and it pushes to the east wednesday. tomorrow will bring the most violent storms stnchts rob hasan know, thank you. in ohio tonight, an urgent man hunt is now widenening after eight members of the same family for willed. authorities saying it was automobile well played. investigators the telling other family members now to arm themselves. and officials just confirming a facebook threat that might have been made against one of the victims beforehand, the youngest victim, just 16 years old.
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abc's alex perez on the scene. >> reporter: tonight, the manhunt in ohio is growing. investigators trying to zero in on the killer. >> i just found my cousin with a gunshot wound. >> okay. sir, was he alive? >> no, no. >> reporter: the first chilling 911 calls detailing the execution style murders. all eight victims members of the same family. the youngest -- just 16 -- high school freshman christopher rhoden. tonight, word inveps gatders are following up on a possible threat that may have been posted on his facebook page. hanna rhoden was in bed with her 4-day-old daughter when she was killed. thncht was not a spur of the moment murder. >> reporter: no sign of the killer or killers in this rural community. the nightmare spread across four homes. investigators now saying three of them had commercial marijuana grow operations. with this town on edge, the
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sheriff even giving the family members an alarming warning. >> i advise them as their sheriff to be armed and to use caution, because they were a target, it's evident. >> reporter: and david authorities say there are now 200 investigators working 24/7 to track down whoever murdered this family. david? >> alex, thank you. overseas and a headline about the war against isis. president obama announcing news to send more troops to syria. more are going to the war zone to put pressure on isis. the white house insists this is not a combat mission but rather a mission to advice and assist. back at home tonight and cleveland reaching a $6 million settlement in the death of tamir rice, the 12-year-old playing with a pellet gun in a city park and shot and killed by a rookie police officer. the deal ends the family's civil
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rights against the city without cleveland admits wrong doing. the death of a music legend and whether prince had a doctor on stage in the last performance at his house. this is his last performance in atlanta after several cancellations because he was ill. offense that concert, the emergency plane landing. and witnesses said he gave a shout out to his doctor. >> reporter: the mystery surrounding prince's death deepened. family and friends in shock. >> price was a health nut. prince was very much into fitness and taking care of his body and making sure he was in great shape. >> reporter: investigators still inviewing people that prince interacted with around his home. his final daps being carefully analyzed. the superstar playing his final public show in atlanta, a week before his death, apologizing for canceling earlier shows.
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>> i have to apologize for the cancellation. i was a bit under the weather. >> reporter: prince's plane forced to land in illinois for a medical mernlgcy. >> they want to you go to the west ramp. >> reporter: the singer throwing a party four days before he died. he said wait a few days before you waste any prayers. and he thanked one man. >> he said, give him a round of applause. >> reporter: tonight, the boss playing "purple rain" at a concert saturday evening. david, the question, who will inherit his $300 million plus fortune. no word tonight if he had a will. >> eva pilgrim tonight. thank you. and boston fans likely unhappy tonight. a reer is sal for tom brady. a u.s. appeals court reinstating a four-game suspension, the court siding with roger
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goodell's handling of the punishment there is more ahead on "world news tonight" on this monday. the stunning discovery of 3w0is missing at sea. missing for eight months and today they boat and iphone recovered. will apple help the family get boo that phone? and you remember this moment with steph curry. warriors fans holding their breath as he went down in pain. what the mri now reveals. and america strong on a monday night. one incredible story. take a look at these four marines five decades ago. and tonight, those marines back together. g of diabetic nerve pa, these feet were the first in my family to graduate from college and trained as a nurse. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters,
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finally tonight here, america's strong. there was an image today that had us seeing double. it comes from "the naples daily news." faces. four marines. four friends who trained together and fought in vietnam together. and who never forgot each other. tonight, those four marines now. reuniting a new surfboard, but the same bond. >> we found each other 46 years. we decided we're not getting any younger. let's take another picture. >> reporter: so surf board in hand, they headed back to the beach. and if you look closely, the vet in the red bathing suit -- that part planned too.
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standing there on the right, bob falk. he went to six different stores to try to match that shirt and swim suit that he wore 60 years ago. >> somehow we all survived. and we're all -- three in florida, one in atlanta, georgia. we decided to get together and do it again. >> reporter: the same laughs and the same respect for one another. >> once you fought in the war, and you're depended on these other guys, there's a bond, it's real. >> reporter: it's real. and it's america strong. back then -- and now. so we salute dennis, tom and both bobs tonight. we hope to see you back here tomorrow night. good night.
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