speeding by the blinking speed limit signs. chad perdelli found some troubling numbers be see how the city stacks up with others across the state. >> you come out here for the safety of our children if nothing else. >> reporter: watch chads' exclusive investigation at 11:00 p.m. tonight. >>> morning buzz is next. >> breaking overnight, police are on the scene of a homicide investigation in mercer county, new jersey, we'll have a live report at 5 can 30. first up what's coming up on "good morning america." >> reporter: in this morning's "g.m.a." first look. jason and melissaister disappeared. the family van got stuck in mud. >> spent the night on the side of road after i made a shelter. thursday morning, they heard on the radio that people were out searching for them. they ran into a local hunter who called 911. >> they are dehydrated? >> yeah. they look pretty good, really. >> reporter: this morning, the family of four is waking up at home, healthy and thankful. >> everybody is good, god is great, and happy to be alive. >> reporter: we'll have more on their harrowing ordeal at 7:00 a.
time. sandusky is trying to get his conviction overturned. "action news" chad perdelli has the story from bellefonte, pennsylvania. >> reporter: appellate attorneys for sandusky called victim number two to the stands during a contentious exchange the man testified he was the boy who mike mcqueary saw being abused in football facility in 2001. he told prosecutors and then defense attorney he was never abused by the iconic coach. during the criminal charge, victim number two was a defense witness until he changed his story and said he too, was a victim. he received a settlement from penn state, and appellate attorneys believe prosecutors hid information they didn't believe he was credible and victim number two, so he was never called to testify during the criminal trial. >> it's important that we get what he said namely he was not abused and mr. mcqueary statements were incorrect. >> reporter: jennifer storm spoke on behalf victim number two who doesn't want to be identified. >> it's common for victims of sexual violence to be for the coming. you have to understand there was so much pr
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