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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight a police officer shot and killed. new video of the scene and a standoff with the suspect. powerful storms across the south spawned several tornadoes overnight damaging homes and buildings. winds were powerful enough to topple an 18-wheeler. we're tracking the storm's latest path. victory tour. president-elect donald trump hitting the road as he takes credit for saving jobs, plus the cabinet position that could be filled by sarah palin. and it's a sweet break, a major candymaker says a new chocolate formula has nearly half the sugar. good thursday morning, everyone. we are following a null of breaking news stories. we're going to start with another police officer gunned
down in the line of duty. >> it happened in tacoma, washington, just hours ago when the officer responded to a domestic violence call. he was shot several times and died later at the hospital. this was the solemn scene as his body was taken away. >> the suspect was believed to be barricaded inside the house overnight. the neighborhood on lockdown. 133 law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty so far this year. that is more than all of last year. also breaking overnight protesters hit the streets of charlotte, north carolina, angry that prosecutors will not charge a police officer in the deadly shooting of keith scott. the demonstrators say they don't believe he was armed when he was shot but the district attorney says scott had a gun in his hand and released a video showing him with an apparent bulge around that same angle. this is him at that convenience store later in the day. the breaking news from the bay area, the fourth and final inmate who escaped from jail was taken into custody overnight. chavez was captured at a home
after an eight-hour standoff. they escaped from the santa clara county jail after cutting out of a cell. the radar shows the system that spawned several tornadoes over the past 24 hours, the storms are being blamed for at least five deaths in alabama and tennessee. overnight the storms moved east taking i'm carolinas. this morning damage assessments under way in the storm battered southeast. in charlotte, north carolina, the winds were powerful enough to flip this 18-wheeler. in greensville, south carolina, a tree slammed into this home landing on a child's bedroom. his mother says she told him to get out of that room just seconds before the tree came down. >> i just screamed at brandon, get downstairs. the wind is really bad and he came downstairs and we all huddled in the downstairs bathroom. >> reporter: the overnight storms come after tornado sirens blared in atlanta with at least three twisters touching down near that city. >> i never experienced anything
like this. i'm kind of still in shock. it's like, wow, so close. >> you can see trees piled on parked cars and this large chunk of metal is part of the roof of a recycling center that wrapped around a pole a quarter of a mile ago. >> the sound was very, very loud and it hits on that driveway there. >> reporter: at this children's learning center workers say an employee was walking from her car to the building when the storm hit. >> she had an umbrella in her hand and it flew right out of her hand. all the leaves, just everywhere. by the time she put her hand on the door it flew open and started shakeing. >> having a mixed effect on the wildfires in tennessee. the rain helped put some of the flames out but the wind sparked new fires. the death toll in those wildfires increased yesterday to seven when three more bodies were found. meanwhile, president-elect has reached out to tennessee's governor to offer his condolences and federal assistance. president-elect donald trump is taking a victory lap in indiana today. this is after making good on a campaign promise to save hundreds of jobs. >> trump is also vowing to step
away from his massive business empire to give the country, he says, his undivided attention. abc's janai norman has the latest from washington. janai, good morning. >> reporter: hey, kendis and diane, good morning the first leg of that ends in ohio but first donald trump and vice president-elect mike pence will head to indianapolis to talk about keeping jobs in the u.s. a done deal by the billion dollar businessman turned president-elect. >> this is a victory for us little people. >> reporter: today donald trump will head to indianapolis to talk about the deal to keep a thousand jobs and a carrier manufacturing plant from moving to mexico. >> to prove production from our facility in indianapolis to monterey, mexico. >> reporter: the company announced the plans earlier this year with reports showing cheaper labor in mexico, details of the negotiations to be discussed behind closed doors. not open to the public.
but what the president-elect has made public, plans to leave his own business to fully focus on running the country. this as questions remain over who he'll pick for secretary of state. trump seemed hinting at four finalists. senator bob corker, former cia director david petraeus, former new york city mayor, rudy giuliani and former rival turned cabinet candidate mitt romney. at the same time abc news has learned sarah palin former governor and vp candidate is under consideration for secretary of veterans affairs. nearly all with ties to washington. >> drain the swamp. >> reporter: after promising on the campaign trail to drain the swamp of washington, some now questioning whether trump is diving right in. and senators bernie sanders and elizabeth warren released a joint statement saying trump campaigned promising to change washington by taking on wall street. they say his pick for treasury
secretary steve mnuchin who spent 17 years working for goldman sachs is just another wall street insider and hypocrisy at its worst. kendis and diane. >> all right, janai. many standing by to learn more about that carrier deal and keeping an eye out for more cabinet positions. thanks, janai. house minority leader nancy pelosi managed to hold on to her job despite deeply disappointing election results elected by two-thirds of the vote. her challenger tim ryan argued that younger voters would provide fresh ideas for success. now, 76-year-old pelosi has led house democrats since 2002 and insists democrats will rebound. despite rain and extra tight security holiday revelers swarmed into midtown manhattan for the annual tree lighting ceremony. >> all: three, two, one. >> thousands gathered in rockefeller center to watch as the 94-foot-tall norway spruce came alive, 50,000 colored
lights on it. once the holl days are over it will be milled into lumber and donated to habitat for humanity. still ahead, how lack of sleep is costing this country billions of dollars. and the deadly plane crash in colombia. hear what the pilot said moments before it went down and see new video showing the soccer team boarding that night. plus, the woman who vanished and appeared weeks later dumped on the side of the road. her husband is talking about the ordeal in an abc news exclusive.
investigators looking into the plane crash that killed a soccer team reached the new finding that the plane did not have enough fuel on reserve. it went down on monday night in colombia killing 71 people. authorities say there was no fuel found at the crash scene and according to audio from the final moments the pilot repeatedly told air traffic controllers that he had run out of fuel. a new video shows the team boarding the aircraft before its final flight. remarkably three players, two crew members and a reporter survived. california national guardsmen who wrongly got re-enlistment bonuses may not have to repay them after all. lawmakers were outraged over the pentagon decision to force those members to return the money issued in error even though they were not at fault. netflix is no longer just a streaming service but can download movies to their device to watch offline.
more titles will be added in the future. the new feature will be included on all plans. a new study finds lack of sleep is affecting more than our health. the research says not getting enough sleep is costing the united states more than $400 billion in lost productivity. scientists found people who slept less than six hours a night had a 13% increase of early death and lost around six days worth of work productivity every year. most of you probably don't know who jim delligatti was but you've probably tasted his work. >> the pennsylvania native invented the big mac. delligatti died monday in pittsburgh. he came up with the idea for the big mac back in 1967. the next year mcdonald's took it nationwide. his son says delligatti ate at least one every week for decades. jim delligatti by the way was 98 years old. >> so that's the key to long life. >> there you go. >> big mac every week. when we come back, a sweet treat with a lot less sugar.
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and a big blockage has been removed from a florida storm drain and by mean i mean a 9 1/2-foot manatee. authorities in jacksonville aren't sure how long it was there or how it got there for that matter. after being freed it was taken to seaworld in orlando for evaluation. other than a few scratches it's okay apparently. if you're about to head out most will find smooth sailing on your morning commute. the only potential trouble spots we're looking at lingering snow showers in idaho, montana and wyoming and some rain around the great lakes and upper midwest. the husband of the california mother who vanished while jogging is telling police -- she tells police she
was held captive for three weeks. her husband is now speaking out about the details of her ordeal. >> talking about keith papini who was reunited with his wife sherri after she was dropped off on thanksgiving day. she was emaciated and badly beaten. in an abc news exclusive with "20/20" he describes the gripping details of her release. >> she was bound, she had a metal -- sorry, i chain around her waist, a bag over her head, her left hand was in the vehicle chained to something. >> to make sure she didn't jump out of the car. >> she was chained any time she was in a vehicle. >> police are looking for two armed female suspects driving a dark suv. we'll have more of that exclusive interview with keith papini on a special edition of abc news "20/20" tomorrow at 10:00 p.m. eastern time. learning that kanye west is out of the hospital. the rapper reportedly left ucla medical center after more than a
week of treatment for a mental breakdown. tmz is reporting that west is now recovering at home with wife kim kardashian and their children. west's hospitalization follows a series of public on stage rants. he also canceled the rest of his concert tour. >> you may call this a breakthrough. food giant nestle claims it's found a way to make chocolate healthier. the maker of crunch and baby ruth says it has a process to cut the amount of sugar in chocolate by nearly half. they do it by altering the structure of sugar. the company plans to start using the process in 2018 and gradually reduce the amount of sugar entirely. >> more candy bar, less broccoli. >> you have two years to get in there. you may recall pharmaceutical executive martin shkreli universally slamming after raising the price of a drug up to $750 for one dose. now some australian high school students who were outraged by the 5,000% price hike say they
re-created the drug in their lab. their cost, a much more reasonable $2 a dose. a major change could be coming to major league baseball. the mlb and players union have agreed to ban the use of smokeless tobacco for new players. the ban would not apply to any player who already has at least one day of major league service. players have been under increasing pressure to give up that unhealthy habit as you can imagine. three major league cities, boston, san francisco and l.a. have already banned the use of smokeless tobacco in public facilities. time now for sports including an nba player getting his fourth triple-double in a row. >> let's go to the highlights at espn. >> good morning, america. he's stan. i'm neal kneel. alyssa is running the prompter but we don't use a prompter for this. >> we just talk basketball. russell westbrook, westbrook actually averaging a
triple-double. >> no, he's not. >> yes, he is. >> really. >> through 20 games. hit that shot and sent it to overtime and then in overtime, jeremy grant missed a free throw. westbrook gets the rebound and scores. >> plays like a man possessed. >> thunder up three and 14 inover sometime, 35 for the game, 14 rebounds, 11 assists, thunder by 11. >> oscar robertson, your thoughts. the knicks and timberwolves, a heck of a game. up in minnesota, christian pore zinga loses it. angry young man, he had 47. pr jayzingas, not a bad nickname for him. i read it online. >> only one jay -- >> there's only one jayzingas. game winner.
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people listen to the album "silver side up" in the back of a squad car if arrested. >> tongue in cheek threat we're sure. we hope. and for those who are not familiar with the canadian band their song "photograph" is considered to be among music's worst by some and they're pretty much universally hated by people. they get a lot of shade for no reason. >> haters gonna hate. now to the results of a big investigative journalistic piece at abc news. the real story behind mcdonald's chicken nuggets. >> brian ross unit would have taken this up if they didn't have real stories to cover but it turns out the shapes of those nuggets are not random. video released by mcdonald's in canada shows a fast food goodies have four specific shapes, each with their own name. >> they're called the ball, the boot, the bell, and the bone or the bow tie. that one has two names. the reason behind the shapes is that they create more efficient
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>> good morning, i'm tamala edwards, it is thursday, december 1. here's what's next up on "action news," a damaged car leads to exist leading to the investigation of the death of an 8-year-old girl. the sixers hit the hardwood last night and they to mop it up. david murphy has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we have those stories up next on "action news." did popular talk show host is being sued for claiming extra virgin olive oil used by
millions of americans may be fake. let's get more now from abc's mara schiavocampo. shocking 80% extra virgin olive oil you buy every day in your supermarket isn't the real deal. >> reporter: telling his millions of viewers during an episode in may their olive oil might be fake. in a suit filed this week, the north american olive oil association saying the famous tv doctor willfully and maliciously disseminated false information about olive oil. the dr. oz show tells abc news they were aggressively defend the story which was covered by numerous other reputable news organizations. adding that the statute the lawsuit is based on is discredited and constitutionally questionable. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> and the woman you're about to meet probably doesn't need any health advice from anyone because she just turned 105
years old and is still going strong. >> talking about lil hanson who marked the day by teaching her usually weekly yoga class saying she has no intention of slowing down. >> i don't feel any different. i'm just a little more careful than i was years ago. but i don't feel old. i don't think about it. i just keep going. >> yes, she does. her students are young enough to be her children. they're all in their 70s and 80s. >> young'uns and not only teaches yoga she is the president of her local bridge team. >> she can outdo us on yoga. >> stay with us for "good morning america." have a great day. good morning, 4:30 a.m.,
thursday, disesm -- december 1. >> police make an arrest in the hit-and-run that killed an 8-year-old girl in the overbrook section. president-elect trump is considering adding sarah palin to his growing list of cabinet picks. karen rogers is on top of the rain, david murphy is off. matt pellman has traffic. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double sn