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>> apparently jane fonda served dinner to 300 protesters. only a few arrests. protests broke up when the demonstrators learned their cars were towed. >> an earthquake rocked el salvador's coast shaking up areas across the capital city of san salvador. no reports of major injuries or damage.
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coast. earlier tsunami alert lifted as you can see there. in neighboring nicaragua, a one-two punch. it was under alert because of hurricane otto pounding the country with heavy rain, flooding, and landslides, and then the tremor from the strong earthquake raising concerns about tsunamis as officer's dash cam. we showed you yesterday the tense moments when that fugitive suddenly jumped out of the trunk and attacked the officer armed with what seemed to be a han handgun. abc's eva pilgrim has the latest. >> reporter: caught on dash cam, a terrifying encounter as an idaho officer on a traffic stop fights off a fugitive hiding in the trunk of a car. >> we have to make split second difficult decisions that are life and death.
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officer woods stopping the car for not having a license plate. they just left the home of a wanted fugitive with multiple arrest warrants. he asked the driver, his mother, if her son is there. >> she immediately responded with the words, to the effect of, it's a toy gun, don't shoot him. >> reporter: the officer called for backup. >> i need you here on the ground. police determined that the firearm was, in fact, a toy gun. this video released after a particularly dangerous week for law enforcement around the country. five officers shot. two killed. he was booked on warrants and new charges for resisting arrest and aggravated assault. his mother facing charges for harboring a fugitive. abc news, new york. it was a working holiday for
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florida with his family on twitter indicating that he's working to keep in the u.s. jobs that carrier corporation plan to move to mexico. there is growing opposition among supporters to mitt romney as secretary of state saying mr. trump should pick someone more loyal to him personally. the current president had even lower key thanksgiving dinner with his family and friends, and he watched football, however, he did place ne service members who are deployed overseas. mr. obama has no public events scheduled for today as well. 800 u.s. military personnel celebrated thanksgiving outside the iraqi city of mosul enjoying a traditional meal and took photos to send home, of course, marines and soldiers there to advise and assist iraqi forces. it's a good thing to remember that there are so many who are
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get a glimpse of a life out there in iraq or wherever they are serving to remember that freedom is not free. >> nope. and neither are the bargains that are out there today. coming up, the rush is on for black friday 2016, almost 200 million americans hunting for the best bargains retailers have to offer. we'll check out the best deals. building families one child at a the mom on a mission to help hopeful couples overcome enormous financial hurdles to adoption. find us on facebook, wnnfans.com, and on twitte twitter, @abcwnn. or, take mucinex. one pill fights congestion for 12 hours. no thank you very much, she's gonna stick with the short-term stuff. 12 hours? guess i won't be seeing you for a while.
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nothing new under the sun, is there? >> oh, my gosh, i didn't know there was a black friday song. the shopping, right? >> yes, exactly. >> there you go. >> black friday has a song. >> you're welcome. stores opens before the tables were cleared, macy's shoppers parading into the store in san francisco's union scare, and die hards in suburban indianapolis lined up outside of best buy. some chains let employees spend thanksgiving with families.
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>> are you okay? >> yeah, i think i'll recover. >> all right. >> it's too bad, though. i think a lot of the men were, like, thank you. >> yeah, yeah. >> saving money on the eve of one of biggest shopping days of the entire year. by now, you're wondering about the great deals out there waiting for you. >> abc's rebecca jarvis tells us where to find them. >> reporter: retailers battling it without with never before seen deals, best buy, target, macy's, too, opening doors earlier than ever this year. sears with more than 50% off this drier. macy's slashing more than half off regular price of these knives. topping the best deals this weekend? experts say electronics. this hp laptop just $170 at best buy. these amazon fire tablets for $33. and the very best deals we've found? tvs.
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be the big sellers? >> behind me, that 55 inch phillips, a high-def, 4k, and you can only get it at walmart. >> reporter: the hatchimal on the kids' wish list? fear not. some go for hundreds of dollars on ebay, walmart sells a limited number for $48. they are going quickly. you have to act fast, and here at best buy in chicago, the doors just opened. the line twi year, and everyone in it telling me they are here for one thing, a tv. abc news, chicago. all right. thanks to rebecca. in the next half hour, consumer warning for parents on black friday. >> recalled toys still sold on loin that could pose dangers to kids. what to watch for when checking wish lists. beating the odds, couples
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? ? all those people are members of the family. >> you know, i was at the parade today -- rather yesterday -- what day is it? the thanksgivingay i felt like, god, this is what america's all about, people of every color, every nation, and you're under one, you know, common cause to have a great time, so it was a beautiful thing. now, i'll get off the soap box. thanksgiving is a time for family and togetherness, but it can be a painful time for couples who are having trouble trying to start their own families. >> for many couples, adoption is
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>> a mom who succeeded is on a mission to help other couples seeking a dream the parenthood. >> reporter: after learning they couldn't have children, they decided to adopt, but it was a process full of hurdles and surprises, and it put becky on a mission to help other adoptive parents navigate the system and fulfill their dreams of having a family. >> my journey to become a mother was not what i expected it to be. i really didn't think i would pregnant the old-fashioned way and having a child. >> reporter: becky and her husband, kip, had trouble, emotionally and financially. after five rounds of ibf, three pregnancies and three miscarriages, they decided to try something else. >> we had just the amount left in the savings to cover an adoption. it just hit me how lucky i was to be making choices on my terms because an average adoption
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front. >> reporter: after going through the adoption of the first child, jake, becky knew they wanted to help others adopt too. >> we have to do something to help these other families become parents, and to help kids get homes because the trick of it all is if people can't afford to adopt children, what happens to these children? >> reporter: from her apartment, she launched, help us adopt, an organization in the ninth giving financial assistance to other adoptive parents from all walks of life. >> we don't discriminate, period. family is family. you want to adopt a chill? you have a valid home? come. >> reporter: and becky has a family of her own. she and kip adopted jake, who is now 10, and brook, who just turned 7. >> i have to literally pinch myself throughout points throughout the day the children did not come out my body, they
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they are my son and daughter, we just went about it differently. >> reporter: nine years later, becky and the organization built 179 families, and award over $1.5 million in adoption grants. >> i believe that we have changed the way americans perceive adoption. i mean, it really is cool that you can take an idea and make it happen. it's pretty easy to get up and go to work every day. >> oh, what a blessing. november i n more about becky and her organization, just visit helpusadopt.org. >> that is so amazing. you know, i love the line she said, she has to think about the fact that the babies did not come out of her womb. today, i was adopted by a family, i went to the macy's thanksgiving day parade, i don't have family here, and they asked me to lunch. the 10-year-old said, come eat with us. >> did you? >> i spent half the day with
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it's time for the mix. >> yo. >> i say yo sometimes. >> yo. we start with dog. >> ending with dogs too. the first dog story. this is amazing. okay. imagine this. your dog is obsessed with santa, so your dog has takes all over the place. wait until you see what happens when the dog meets santa. >> obsessed with a stuffed santa. >> uh-huh. >> oh, photos with it? >> uh-huh. >> and so what did they do? they eventually -- >> look at the dog's happy face. >> oh, my gosh. >> like "home alone." >> like any kid with santa claus. >> most kids are screaming. >> yeah. we've seen so many mannequin
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and there have been some with pets, but this is cool. this is a dog that issing the mannequin challenge. it's an australian cattle dog. it's going from unmoving eye eyeballs that do not move. the tail -- how did they get the tail to stay still as well? >> oh, polka. ? now starts ? ? brush up on more martial arts ? ? it's black friday polka ? ? everything you love other than the smart phone earphone jack ? ? it's the black friday polka ? when turkey's and the democrats got it in the neck ? ? tvs cloths everything ?
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? christmas bills ? ? christmas bills ? ? soon it will be time to pay ? ? tweeting late at night, ba rump rump rump ? snot i sing a version of this every turkey day ? ? but you're at home saying leftovers again ? ? get out of bed ? that's the black friday polka ? ? kids play mind craft ? snot very favorite game ? ? surviving combat in the stores is pretty much the same ? ? if you're blue ? ? take it from me ? ? practice retail therapy ? ? that's the black friday polka ? speaking of which i should
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breaking news this morning on "world news now," actress florence henderson has died. warming the hearts of millions on "the brady bunch" and danced her way into her living rooms. the details on her seemingly sudden passing just ahead. quite a scene on a city this video capturing the center of a rapidly spreading wildfire. more on that just ahead. a consumer alert for parents shopping for toys this holiday season. >> websites selling potentially dangerous toys that have been recalled. what to watch for before you click and ship. ? land of the free ? ? it is the land of the free ? >> she may be a queen of soul,
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marathon. her thanksgiving day rendition of the star spangled banner stretching to nearly five minutes had fans praying for a break. that's ahead next in the skinny. it's friday, november 25th. ? the home of the yeah yeah yeah brave ? from abc news, this is "world news now." >> yes, still at it. getting it. >> take us to church, aretha. >> yes. i'm kendis gibson. getting flak for that lengthy national anthem, but it is the national anthem, folks, spent a lot of blood working for that. let her sing. >> that's true. let's talk about the controversy in a little bit. >> in the skinny. let's start with the breaking news. sad one. coming out of los angeles. florence henderson has passed
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carol brady on tv's "the brady bunch," not just repeated in reruns, but in brady bunch hour, brady bride, and the bradys. >> tweeting she was a dear friend that will be missed dearly. so will many viewers. florence henderson was 82 years old. first, we'll have more on this throughout the day. she was "dancing with the stars" this past week wishing maureen the best because maureen, of course, a contestant on the show. >> people already tweeting online, just minutes after the news broke, and al tweeted she'll be missed, honor of meeting and working with her, more of that as the day goes on. it is black friday. some of you are just getting back from the stores, a lot of people have been up, the holiday rush upon us, and so many want
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cowboys' game and them shopping. that's why only a few hundred people were waiting to get into this toys "r" us story when it hoped at 5:00 p.m. customers had to wait to get into the best buy next door as well, and shopping is becoming tradition for what some are now calling gray thursday. abc has the story. >> reporter: while many were gobbling down turkeys, others gobbled up bargains. shoppers who couldn't wait for black friday brought their appeti >> it's better than waiting, like, until evening or tomorrow. it's going to be crazy. >> i like it separates out other than a big black friday, we spread it out. >> reporter: some open all night. macy's opening earlier than ever. best deals, experts say, electronics. this hp lap tor is $170 at best buy.
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in new york city, lining the street for the parade, balloons passing by like old friends only seen once a year. this year, 3,000 heavily armed police protecting parade goers. >> a lot of cops out here. >> reporter: back up by 83 sanitation trucks packed with sand blocking streets to fend off attacks using automobiles to run over pedestrians. those heading back home after turkey dinner may get indigestion from mother nature. >> reporter: a winter wallop in part the of the country made travel treacherous. >> driver conditions, otherwise we're going to end up in the ditch like this gentleman. >> reporter: with winter storm warnings across the west throughout the weekend. ark abc news, new york. mark mentioned the weather may not be good for shopping today. >> depending upon where you live. let's get the full forecast from cam tran, good morning. >> good morning. we are looking at brilliant
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midsection today for black friday shoppers there, but still shopping in the northwest is dealing with snow and rain in northern california. and rain will be in the forecast across the northeast as well. dreary skies ahead nor this area and even in northern maine. we are looking at snow. as we head into the weekend, though, the eastern half of the country will be dealing with sunshine and dry conditions, and it's out west where we see a potent storm system bringing in cooler into california. from seattle down to san diego, rain this weekend and most of the rainfall right along the coastline and that rainfall is through sunday as well. back to you. >> all right, thank you, caption. get this, a california woman who disappeared earlier this month while out for a jog has been found alive and is now back home with family. sherri papini, described by friends as supermom and would never abandon their children, so
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disstraugt husband reported her missing, triggering a search turning up little until yesterday when she was found on the side of a country road. >> she was bound with restraints, but was able to s summon help. >> reporter: looking for two hispanic females armed with a handgun and dark colored suv. no details where she was held or why she was abducted. family and friendsn james means shot to death after bumping into a man. they held marches and vigils for the 15-year-old teen. william pulliam charged with first degree murder in the death. his wife claimed he acted in self-defense. james was black. fbi is investigating if it was a hate crime. he was not legally allowed to own a gun because of a domestic
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wildfires forcing thousands out of their homes. drought and arson being blamed for the fires. about 130 people treated for injuries caused by the flames. france is sending fire fighting planes to battle the wildfires, and crews from russia, turkey, and greece are already on the scene there. in the u.s., crews are still battling wildfires across the southeast. more than 16,000 acres have been scorched in eight crews spent thanksgiving day trying to contain the flames, some of which have been caused by arson. investigators have arrested several people as a result of the fires. dallas won, for my friends in dfw, they are really excited right now. we had a triple serving of nfl action on thanksgiving. detroit lions came from behind again to beat the vikings, but
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>> they may be for real. slay intercepted a pass, ran it back 13 yards. that's it right there. and that set up this 40 yard field goal as time expired. they won, 16-13. >> and as i mentioned, shoutout to dallas, winning its tenth straight to hold on to the best record in the nfl, which we no is stunning considering the history here. 31-26, a tale of two rookies, dak, getting a lot of action in media, and accounted for two touchdowns and completed six of seven in the fourth quarter. >> bring back tony romo. >> you know, tony has said, listen, he earned it. it's a whole conversation. >> rookie elliot ran for two other scores, nfl's rushing leader and showed off the nine
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>> all want to be inspired. three touchdown catches, 20 yards, giving the steelers the victory over the indianapolis colts. the colts had no luck. quarterback andrew luck was out with an injury. backup scott did his best, little support, and the steelers scored each of the first three possessions. >> just to highlight how good antonio brown is, check this out. >> ha! shake and bake right there. >> oh. >> oh, my goodness. about this, you know, if you're going to fall on your face, let it be in front of this guy. >> he's got good moves. >> fancy feet. >> fox trot learned from "dancing with the stars". >> light on his feet. >> truck moves as well. coming up, from aretha franklin is not getting r-e-s-p-e-c-t from my nfl fans and why her rendition of the
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wow. >> wow. >> oh, woah. i didn't know -- you know that? >> i do know that. >> that came out of nowhere. like, woah.
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i had the whole bridge. >> oh, did you? >> i was going to serve you with the mystical, but we don't have time for that. >> no -- yes, we do. >> as millions of americans hit the stores today on hunt for black friday deals, we have an alert for parents shopping for toys. >> websites selling toys that have been recalled. that poses serious dangers to children. here's gloria rivera. >> reporter: an urgent warning for parents as this toy truck apparently caught on fire on a washington highway. >> i couldn't believe this toy is on fire. >> reporter: toys "r" us pulled the truck from sale pending investigation. they told "fortune" magazine they are aware of the incident and working around the clock to identify the cause. 44 toys this year recalled due to unforeseen hazards, and advocates warn many recalled toys are still in american homes, and some are even available for purchase online from sites like craig's list or ebay. >> there's third party sellers
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they've been recalled. to protect consumers, the attorney general's office illinois released a guide of toys recalled like this aerocruz sky rover, and crazejules. our safety requirements are the safest in the world, and it advises buyers to stay up to date on all toy recalls. abc news, washington. when we come back, the shade thrown at aretha franklin from nfl fans. >> surprisingly, and now miss piggy they have saved the life of tony bennett. the skinny's next. "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. "world news now" continues
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starting the skinny with breaking news. aretha franklin, turns out, just completed the national anthem there at the superdome. it was that long. going on so long. >> it's silly. you'd think aretha franklin as long as she's been around would not be questioned for how long the song is. >> she feels at the
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had a soulful, gospel-inspired rendition, but for so many standing out on the field, her song was long, it went about 4 minutes and 35 seconds, take a listen. >> the roof was on. ? we so proudly hale ? ? at the twilight's ? >> it's soulful, powerful, and at the enof the day, it's aretha franklin. >> i agree. >> twitter had a field day with this. >> yeah. >> shawn tweeted the side by side of president obama saying before aretha and after she sang the national anthem. >> oh, kaepernick would have developed arthritis in the knee for kneeling for so long niners were playing.
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franklin had a longer nfl career than johnny manziel. >> ouch. >> that's actually true. >> there was another tweet showing the time of possessions, the vikings with 11 minutes and detroit lions with 14 minutes, and aretha with 4 minutes and 35 seconds. >> next time, loan out fur coats officers who have to pay attention. >> the dome was on. they are fine. >> they were not looking annoyed to me as they did on twitter. >> she can do no long. the nails were on flick. >> fleek. >> sorry. is that legit? >> no. you left out a vowel or maybe a letter. next, to how the other half
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shared their celebrations with the world including taylor swift sharing this video of a few of her closest friends getting in on the new hot trend of 2015, the mannequin challenge on a rhode island beach. >> she shared this snapchat of what she's grateful for. we see more of her friends gather around the the table. you know what, this is what thanksgiving's all about, od their strict diet, but you can see there was still a whole lot of green on that table. >> oh, yeah, salad and more salad. >> hollywood heavy weight and her husband celebrated the holiday with their children and michael's legendary father, going strong at 99 years old. >> cool photo. >> and paltrow spreading love and joy to her ex-husband, chris martin, and all those whom she's
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live television in the macy's thanksgiving day parade. >> finishing a duet when the float began to shake and this happened. >> she did help him. >> yeah. >> he stumbled, and they was there. her hair is good. >> coming to town. >> it's tony bennett. >> momentarily lost his balance, but miss piggy help him out, going, how is that possible if there's somebody controlling miss piggy? >> what are you talking about? what are you talking about? no, wait, kendis, she's miss piggy. she's strong. she is a strong woman. >> there's a person -- might be a strong woman -- >> no other person but tony on the float. what are you talking about? >> it's a puppet.
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happy black friday. nothing to do with the two anchors at the desk today. >> seriously, it's a shopping holiday. i'm going to call it purple friday. >> i think so too. >> this is a week chalk full of transition of the donald trump kind. >> yes. in between the headlines, of course, about the president-elect, there was some room for at least a couple surprises. rewind. >> mr. president-elect, are you going to make an announcement? >> going to have a great day. great people coming. we'll see. >> we had a far-reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there's interest of the united states of real significance. >> i asked the team to develop actions to take on day one to restore our laws and bring back our jobs. it's about time.
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interest as donald trump's personal business interests and his public trust. >> we, sir, we are the diverse america who are anxious that your new administration will not protect us. >> i can tell you, i was not offended by what was said. i'll leave to others whether that was the appropriate venue to say it. >> officer in front of headquarters. >> sadly. >> custody battle, and i was upset, and just the situation i was in, and i lashed out at someone who did not deserve it. >> anything to say to his family? >> i'm sorry. >> everything just started turning, like the bus turned twice. >> the bus accident with multiple injuries to children, is every public safety
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our thoughts and prayers with their families, their schools, their friends, and our entire community impacted by this tragedy. >> i had to stop. because i had everything. and i was absolutely broken inside. i kept it all together enough to where i'd never let you down, but i kept it too much together to where i let myself down. >> i'm grateful to be here, an who nor. i hope through the crazy journey, i can inspire others. >> everyone knows that in a fowl mood. this is the last time i'm doing this, so we're not leaving any room for leftovers. congratulations! yeah! >> speaking of leftovers -- >> yes. >> i was saying, you know, kendis, you have a great feast of traditional thanksgiving food and caribbean food, and you didn't bring anything? >> i didn't want leftovers. we have ox tail, fritters, you
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thanks to those serving in the military. she and two other u-s senators spent time in afghanistan and qatar with u-s service members stationed at bagram air force base. she met the 2-11th aviation battalion and the 1-85th combat support sustainment battalion of iowa. ernst is a former company commander in the iowa national guard and once worked with both battalions. the senators also traveled around afghanistan to get a
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more news later here on tv9. after a day of famil good morning. i'm in for diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here's the top headlines on "world news now," breaks news, florence henderson has died. she also starred on broadway, appeared on a wide variety of tv shows. the california mom who vanished jogging three weeks ago has been found alive. investigators say sherri was kidnapped and discovered on thanks giving day on a country road bound with restraints. more details coming up. get ready, shoppers are already out there for black friday deals, which, for many, began yesterday before the thanksgiving dinner dishes were cleared or desserts were served or before the family arguments started. retailers expect more than 137
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no matter the direction you traveled in, the astronaut aboard the international space station traveled the partest, 180 miles above the earth, dined on rehydrated turkey. >> yum. >> yummy. stuffing, potatoes, and cherry blueberry cobbler. i'll take some of that. those are the top stories on "world news now." yeah. those look yummier than the meals i imagined they had. >> looked more solid than anything. yeah. looked good. good morning, everybody, on this friday, black friday, happy thanksgiving. we'll start with the stunning news that came just as we were about to go on the air. >> yeah. >> out of los angeles. the death of tv icon florence henderson. >> we are all surprised. her stage and television career spanned more than 50 years beginning on broadway.
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>> but she will always best be known for this role, carol brady, the mom on brady bunch. >> discussing what she's best liked to be remembered for. >> i think probably as someone who survived for a long time in a very tough business and hopefully managed to retain humanity. that's, i think that's how i'd like to be remembered. >> by all accountsth she was. >> look at her. >> most recently, henderson was on abc's "dancing with the stars" as a contestant back in 2010, and just appeared on the show's season fayal lee just three days ago. her manager said she died last night surrounded by family and friends. she was 82 years old. what a beautiful lady. >> yeah. >> she'll be missed. also from california, this story's one that i'll be
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the mother two who went missing earlier this month is back with her family after a terrifying ordeal. >> family and friends of sherri gathered for thanksgiving in her honor when they got word she had been released by her kidnappers. abc with what we're learning. >> reporter: a mother back with her family after a terrifying three weeks abduction, and now a man hunt is underway. police say sherri was released by her captors on the side of the road 150 miles from her home. her captors still at large. >> we are very ecstatic to report that she's been located. she's been reunited with her husband and family on this day of thanksgiving. >> reporter: the 34-year-old found in restraint by a passing motorist. she was taken to an area hospital and treated for injuries. >> she could drop a phone, but she'd never, in a million years, you know, not pick up her children on time that she
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reported her missing november 2 after sherri failed to pick up their children from day care, and using the find my iphone app, he found her phone on the side of the road with the hair tangled in ear ear bids. a frantic search by police and friends picked up no trace of the mother of two. keith passed a polygraph test and believed his wife all along was abducted. friends and family called her supermom and said before her abduction, she called dibs on cooking sweet potatoes, the way the kids like them, for authorities working on a vague description saying they are looking for two hispanic women armed with an handgun in an suv. everyone in the area has to use caution saying the investigation is for from over. abc news, los angeles. >> i interview the husband, and he said she loved being a mom and already had decorated the house for christmas before she went missing. >> wow. gone for three weeks, and i'm
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>> and shocked. >> about who took her and why. >> yeah. talking about travel, the city of portland, oregon on thanksgiving was a challenge. streets flooded because of heavy rain and blocked storm drains. >> city workers cleared the sewers by removing leaves from them. as you can see here. see what the weather brings us today in the northwest as well accuweather's cam tram, cam? >> good morning. black friday shoppers across the nation's midsection are greeted with sun and dry conditions. however, out in the pacific northwest, it's snow in the higher elevations, and rain in northern california. in the northeast, we are going to see dreary skies and showers and a snow in northern maine, and as we head into the weekend, though, the eastern half of the country is nice and dry, and it's out west where we are going to see a potent storm system moving in, bringing cooler
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much needed rainfall moving into california this weekend, else as we head into late day saturday, and another system rolls in on sunday, and that's going to bring drenching rainfall from san diego to san francisco. back to you. >> all right, cam tran, thank you. two people dead following gunfire at a youth football event in kentucky. four others injured and hospitalized during the franks -- during the annual juice it's call ed a thanksgiving tradition. those injured are expected to survive. the park was packed with hundreds of families watching the games. police are searching for the suspects. no word yet on what may have caused the shooting. authorities are searching for a suspect in virginia after a private security guard was fatally shot. inves gait -- richard irvin was killed escorting the suspect from a party. the suspect now wanted for murder fled the scene after the shooting. thousands of current and former u.s. navy sailors have been hacked. the navy pointing the finger at a compromised laptop belonging to a contractor as the source of
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the contractor working in support of a navy contract, the breach included social security numbers and names. it's unclear when the breach occurred. so while many people were headed to the stores yesterday for bargains, a couple in georgia were going to the store for love. >> love. say that with more passion, kendis. >> sorry. love. >> this is nice. larry and mary -- oh, my gosh -- >> that's the names? >> reunited after 20 years in a chance meeting at the supermarket in albany, oregon. what better way to seal the deal than in that store? >> on thanksgiving day, he said, what he wanted to do was give thanks to the lord because the old going out and the new coming in. >> all right, lady. a spokesperson for the supermarket chain said they
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there's been a marriage in any of the harvey's stores. >> live jazz. the wedding held on thanksgiving day, the cake was topped with, yes, cranberries as you'd expect. >> no, i didn't expect that. i was going to say turkey, like the turkey guy. >> yes. >> like i wouldn't have said cranberries, but it works. >> i didn't know you found love in the supermarket. >> what? >> i don't know. try anything. piggl-wiggly. >> whatever you have to do. >> keep tindr, that's old school. it's the supermarket now. >> i love it. >> squaring off to do battle in malls across america, and what you need to find the best bargains. >> it's the season of super dry air, but are you putting your family at risk with a humidifier? what they could be pumping into the air you breathe in your home when you don't properly clean them. you're watching "world news
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if you don't clean the machine regularly according to the manufacturers' instructions. >> reporter: the steam from humidifiers, seen as a way to prevent sore throats and dry sinuses, but could the steam spread germs making you sick? most people don't know how to clean them. >> oh, how gross. >> i don't know how to clean it. >> it's not the most easy thing to clean. >> i'm not reaching all the tiny conferencers. >> reporter: or don't clean as much as they should. >> about once a month. >> reporter: ten humidifiers from ten families, almost all admit they don't clean their some have asthma and allergies. >> i don't know what you're going to find, but i'm curious to see. >> reporter: we got the ten humidifiers and brought them to the lab in the hospital. testing water from inside the water tank and the vapor it emits. out of the ten, all had bacteria in the tank. two had heavy bacteria, growing
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that our experts say could make our families sick. >> i was surprised by the heavy growth in a few of the devices that you tested. >> reporter: and in three of the humidifiers? mold. >> how are you? are you ready to see what was growing in there? >> oh, gross! >> they found bacteria, but more importantly, they found gross in the vapor. meaning mold was going out. >> that's not good. especially since we have asthm in the house and allergies. >> reporter: mold in this family's humidifier as well. >> this was what was growing inside. >> oh. >> mold causes nasal congestion, sore throat, chest tightness or wheezing. >> reporter: now the humidifier with the most bacteria. experts labeling it extremely dirty and what's inside can
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>> looked like a swamp. ? this is what was growing inside your humidifier. >> oh! >> reporter: and you know what that means? >> yes. it means my kids are not safe, which is very concerning. >> reporter: bottom line, experts say you have to clean humidifiers every day, emptying and rinsing the base, and air dry before refilling, and every week you should clean it thoroughly according to the manufacturers' instructions. >> so the good news is you have gio at your home in a tight henley, the bad news is you have mold. >> made me nauseous, to see the images, i would be apalled that was in my house. >> we reached out to the manufacturers, and they emphasized cleaning instructions. >> you're calm. the cleaning instructions are so critical they are on the base in big letters. empty basin daily, disinfect
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well, now that the turkey's been picked clean, you're lacing up, ready to do battle at the mall or online. joining us this morning with innovative tips on getting the best black friday deals is personal finance expert, vera gibbons. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> black friday, set to go -- >> pack your patience, 137 million shoppers expected to shop over the black friday shopping weekend. first tip, tieing your purchases. it is a good day for electronics, the laptops, the flat screens, you want to hold off on things like clothing, beauty products, and shoes ideally until cyber monday when you see extravagant deals on the items specifically, and that's when you see site-wide deals of 60% off. important to time the purchases. >> key is not necessarily to time the purchase for 8:00 a.m. friday morning, but you can wait a couple weeks, right?
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for example, toys, people buy all sorts of toys, but actually the best time to buy toys is towards the middle of december. hold off on buying toys unless you're in the market for a super hot white hot flying off the shelves, then hold off and wait until, you know, the final week. >> good tip. i'm a creature of habi always -- just going to amazon, and that's it. really, you have to know where to buy. >> well, it gets more confusing every year. i think, you know, people want to know, like, who got what, what price point, when is it going on sale, door busters available in store, online, just
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sites like bff.net, who has what, what price point, and directly from the bfads.net. >> it has got confusing. it's easy, but there are other gifts. >> they overlook other things on sale. people hone in on the electronics, tvs, but there's good deals on other things. for example, walmart has vacuum cleaners on sale, very attractive prices on dyson. i might buy one myself. other home goods, kitchen appliances, don't overlook other electronics. >> not often apple puts stuff on sale. >> not often. you have to get from a third party. >> yeah. when you see a deal, and it's 60% off, you gravitate to it, but you have to go through -- >> well, the average savings on
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are doing better than that, that's good. you don't just want to buy a product because it's on sale. look at the ratings and reviews, see opinions, amazon, consumer reports, what are people saying about the particular product, and i would say that in addition to using the deal ag agree gators, go to price grabber, shopping.com, just get the best possible price that you're not missing out on anything. >> okay. i'd also, while out there, and you're shopping, and you're buying -- you say buy with what's that mean? >> shop with confidence. in other words, do your research. >> oh, okay. i thought that -- >> just don't go out there and blindly and try to deal with crowds. you'll be trampled. know what you want, who has it, what time it's on sale, and, boom, bang, out of there. or shop from the comfort of your home. >> all right. buying with confidence meant having an american express with no limit. >> oh, well, what -- >> this card will go through. thank you. >> thank you. >> we thank you for joining us, happy thanksgiving to you. you're watching "world news
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interesting. i'm learning all things kendis this morning. >> yeah, so she'll never come back. >> no, no. >> so many americans, by the way, as you know, take advantage of the long holiday weekend getting back in touch with nature. >> oh, yes, nature lovers. keeping the distance from they look. here's more. >> reporter: it's the oh and awe of adorable baby animals, but what happens when you meet a bambi in real life? >> most people want to react as if they would to a lost dog and kitten, bring it in the house, love it, shower it with attention and make it feel safe. >> that was at yellow stone with
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kitten, but that act of human affection can cause serious, serious problems. >> here at the wildlife center, they are animals rescued from squirrels to black bear cubs. >> why not give them a bowl? >> a great question. because we want them to learn how to forage. we don't feed in a a bowl. but scattered, and they have to find. >> reporter: nearly a third of the fawns kidnapped. >> people don't realize a young fawn is normally alone during the day. if you find a fawn alone, it does not need rescued or saved. the mother is actually put it there to rest while she's gone off to forage and she'll be back. >> reporter: the goal here is to keep them afraid of humans,
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close, and they should scamper away. >> when people, even if they are well-motivated catch an animal and think by petting it, holing it, talking to it will calm it down, but they are not a puppy or kitten. they are wild animals. petting it, stroking it, holding it, talking to it are stressful things you shouldn't do. >> teaching the animals and visitors to let wildlife stay wild. >> you got to admit, they are cute. >> they are. but -- they are wild animals, and it's important to remember that, leave them wild. >> important to have a healthy respect. >> for their space, yes. >> we're invading their territories. >> oh, yeah, sharks, deuces. >> you don't put a shark in the back of the car, though. that was the story, right? >> well, that's the news this half hour. follow us on facebook at wnnfans.com. follow us on faceb
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breaking news this morning on "world news now." the passing of america's tv mom ? here's the story of a lovely lady ? >> it's an unpleasant surprise, a shock to some of us. florence henderson, best known as mother of has died at the age of 82. we'll have more in just a moment. found alive, a california who was missing has been found; tied up on the side of the road and managed to get free. the details of the ordeal just ahead. mom on a mission, they couldn't have children of their own, so they turned to adoption, but they had a rude awakening to the costs involved. how the couple overcame obstacles and are helper other couples realize their dream of parenthood.
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so are all the other shoppers. we're going to tell you where to avoid crowds and finish your list today on this black friday, november 25th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it's a yay day. you got black friday, you're stuffed because of thanksgiving, you've got amazing leftover t in the fridge, i hope. >> you are as full as santa claus is. >> my favorite holiday. >> thanksgiving? >> it really is. >> it is. it should be something you do every day, gratitude. >> i like that outlook, very nice. >> absolutely. we start the day after thanks giving with shocking news that actually just came in within the last few moments here to abc news, the passing of out of los angeles, the death of america's most beloved television icon. >> actress and singer florence henderson, best known as the
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hip mom on "the brady bunch" died at the age of 82. her career started on broadway in the 50s, commercials in the 60s, the today girl before landing her defining role in 1969 as carol brady. >> she was a contestant on "dancing with the stars" back in 2010, and just appeared on the show's season finale three days ago. her manager said she died last night surrounded by family and friends, hospital the day before there in los angeles, and manager saying she passed away from heart failure. what a storied life. >> what a great life, a legacy, she worked with children at different points in her career, not just the "brady bunch", but a number of programs. she'll be missed. >> those who worked with her, members of our crew, said she was a wonderful woman to work with and kind to everyone. of course, just getting that news in, and it is shocking at
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morning america" will have the latest. from that shocking news to stunning developments in california where a family has a new reason to give thanks this weekend. >> it is a big surprise. mother of two vanishes without a trace while jogging three weeks ago. she's been found alive. >> we're talking about sherri papini, described as her children. >> she was kidnapped november 2, found yesterday on country roads miles from home bound with restraints. lauren lyster is in california with what we're learning now. >> reporter: kendis and aid ree wran, authorities revealing very few details surrounding 34-year-old sherri papini's time missing, but one thing is clear. on thanksgiving, & she and her
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after missing for 22 days, this california mother of two, sherri, turning up alive thursday morning, about 100 miles away from where she disappeared. >> she was released by her captor on a rural road, bound are restraints, but was able to summon help from a passing motorist. >> reporter: she was taken to the hospital for treatment and has been reunited with her husband, keith. >> you never think you'd be in a position like this. >> reporter: that was 32-year-old keith papini more than a week after his wife went missing. police say he was at work november 2nd when she jogged on this rural road, a mile from their home. she was not seen again. when she didn't pick the children up from day care, keith reported her missing. he used the app find my phone to locate her cell phone, found on the side of the street, headphones attached and tangles of hair. now -- >> the investigation is far from over, and, in fact, it's a new
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>> reporter: police say they are looking for a dark suv with two hispanic females with a handgun. the public should be cautious until a suspect is identified. kendis and adrian. an annual family thanksgiving tradition turns deadly in kentucky. two killed, four injured as gunmen exchanged fire during a youth football event. video taken by a bystander. witnesses said dozens of adults and children ran for cover when the gunfire erupted. police are still searching for the suspects who fled the saep, and motive for the shooting is unclear. turning overseas, syria, a u.s. service member killed by an improvised explosive device. it's the first casualty of u.s. forces since being deployed last year. the pentagon has not revealed the name, and 300 special forces
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yesterday was no holiday for the pipeline protesters in north dakota. they shut down local streets thanksgiving morning, protesting the pipeline that will contaminate the water near a native american reservation there, but that the holiday symbolizing the infringement of native american rights. >> to many people, thanksgiving is a holiday to be thankful. for me, for us, you know, it's really a day of pain for a lot of natives. but we're here to pray. >> apparently jane fonda served dinner to 300 protesters. only a few arrests. protests broke up when the demonstrators learned their cars were towed. a magnitude 7.0 earthquake has rocked el salvador's pacific coast. it struck, shaking up areas across the capital city of san
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received no reports of major injuries or damage. the quake's epicenter was about 92 miles off the southwest coast. earlier tsunami alert lifted as you can see there. in neighboring nicaragua, it got a one-two punch. it was under alert because of hurricane otto which pounded the country with heavy rain, flooding, and landslides, and then the tremor from the strong earthquake raising concerns about tsunamis as well. we're learning about that suspect who ambushed an idaho police officer's car. this was caught on the officer's dash cam. we showed you yesterday the tense moments when that fugitive suddenly jumped out of the trunk and attacked the officer armed with what seemed to be a handgun. abc's eva pilgrim has the latest. >> reporter: caught on dash cam, a terrifying encounter as an idaho officer on a traffic stop fights off a fugitive hiding in the trunk of a car. >> we have to make split second difficult decisions that are life and death.
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lewiston police officer woods stopping this car for not having a license plate. the car had just left home. jessie herald, a wanted fugitive with multiple arrest warrants was there. he asked the driver, his mother, if her son is there. >> she immediately responded with the words, to the effect of, it's a toy gun, don't shoot him. >> reporter: the officer called for backup. >> i need you here immediately. >> reporter: next, you see the officer springs into action. the two wrestling on the ground until backup arrives. police later determined that the firearm was, in fact, a toy gun. this video released after a particularly dangerous week for law enforcement around the country, five officers shot, two killed. herald was booked on those outstanding warrants as well as new charges for resisting arrest and aggravated assault.
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it was a working holiday for the president-elect. mr. trump having thanksgiving dinner in florida with his family on twitter indicating that he's working to keep in the u.s. jobs that carrier corporation plan to move to mexico. >> there is growing opposition among supporters to mitt romney as secretary of state saying mr. trump should pick someone more loyal to him personally. the current president had even lower key thanksgiving dinner with his family and friends, and he watche nine phone calls to military service members who are deployed overseas. mr. obama has no public events scheduled for today as well. aabout 800 u.s. military personnel celebrated thanksgiving at a base just outside the iraqi city of mosul enjoying a traditional meal and took photos to send home, of course, marines and soldiers there to advise and assist iraqi
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retake the city. it's a good thing to remember that there are so many who are serving abroad who can't be with their family, and it's nice to get a glimpse of a life out there in iraq or wherever they are serving to remember that freedom is not free. >> nope. and neither are the bargains that are out there today. coming up, the rush is on for black friday 2016, almost 200 million americans hunting for the best bargains retailers have to offer. we'll check out the best deals. and building families one child at a time. the mom on a mission to help hopeful couples overcome enormous financial hurdles to adoption. find us on facebook, wnnfans.com, and on twitter, @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." twitter, @abcwnn. or, take mucinex. one pill fights congestion for 12 hours. no thank you very much, she's gonna stick with the short-term stuff. 12 hours? guess i won't be seeing you for a while.
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? when black friday comes i'm going to dig myself a home. >> there's nothing had new under the sun, is there snm there was a black friday song. >> wonder what the tie-in was to the shopping, right? >> yes, exactly. >> there you go. >> black friday has a song. >> you're welcome. stores opens before the tables were cleared, macy's shoppers parading into the store in san francisco's union square, and some diehards in suburban indianapolis lined up outside of best buy. some chains let employees spend thanksgiving with families. 5th avenue the gap was open, but
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>> oh, my god. are you okay? >> yeah, i think i'll recover. >> all right. >> it's too bad, though. i think a lot of the men were, like, thank you. >> yeah, yeah. >> saving money on the eve of one of biggest shopping days of the entire year. by now, you're probably wondering about the great deals out there waiting for you. >> abc's rebecca jarvis tells us where to find them. >> reporter: retailers battling it without with never before seen deals, best buy, target, and kohl's open right now, earlier than ever this year. sears with more than 50% off this drier. macy's slashing more than half off regular price of these knives. topping the best deals this weekend? experts say electronics. this hp laptop just $170 at best buy. these amazon fire tablets for $33. and the very best deals we've found? tvs. what do you think are going to
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>> behind me, you see that 55 inch phillips, a high-def, 4k, it's $298 and you can only get that at walmart. >> reporter: the hatchimal on the kids' wish list? fear not. some go for hundreds of dollars on ebay, walmart sells a limited number for $48. they are going quickly. you have to act fast, and here at best buy in chicago, the doors just opened. the line twice as long as last year, and everyone in it telling me they are here for one thing, abc news, chicago. all right. thanks to rebecca. in the next half hour, consumer warning for parents on black friday. >> the recalled toys still sold online that could pose dangers to kids. what to watch for when checking wish lists. but first, beating the odds, couples looking to adopt, a mom
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? we are family i've got all my sisters and me ? all those people are members of the family. >> you know, i was at the parade today and i thought -- rather, yesterday. what day i felt like, god, this is what america's all about, people of every color, every nation, and you're under one, you know, common cause to have a great time, so it was a beautiful thing. now, i'll get off my soap box. thanksgiving is a time for family and togetherness, but it can be a painful time for couples who are having trouble trying to start their own families. >> for many couples, adoption is an option, but what's not
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>> now one mom who succeeded is on a motion to help other couples seeking a dream of parenthood. >> reporter: after learning they couldn't have children, they decided to adopt, but it was a process full of hurdles and surprises and put becky on a mission to help other adoptive parents navigate the system and fulfill their dreams of having a family. >> my journey to become a mother was not what i expected it to be. i really didn't think i would have pregnant the old-fashioned way and having a child. snr but becky can snyder-faut faucet and her husband, kip, did have trouble. emotionally and financially. after five rounds of ibf, three pregnancies and three miscarriages, they decided to try something else. >> we had just the amount left in the savings to cover an adoption. it just hit me how lucky i was
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because an average adoption costs $40,000 in full and up front. >> reporter: after going through the adoption of the first child, jake, becky knew she and kip wanted to help others adopt, too. >> we have to do something to help these other families become parents, and to help kids get homes because the trick of it all is if people can't afford to adopt children, what happens to these children? >> reporter: from her apartment, she launched, help us adopt, an organization in the ninth year giving financial assistance to other adoptive parents from all walks of life. >> we don't discriminate, period. family is family. you want to adopt a child? you have a valid home? come. >> reporter: and becky has a family of her own. she and kip adopted jake, who is now 10, and brook, who just turned 7. >> i have to literally pinch myself to remind myself at points throughout the day that
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a. they are my son and daughter, we just went about it differently. >> reporter: nine years later, becky and the organization built 179 families, and award over $1.5 million in adoption grantsd 179 families, and award over $1.5 million in adoption grants. >> i believe that we have changed the way americans perceive adoption. i mean, it really is cool that you can take an idea and make it happen. it's pretty easy to get up and go to work every day. >> oh, what a blessing. november is national adoption month, so if you want to learn more about becky and her organization, just visit helpusadopt.org. >> that is so amazing. you know, i love the line she said, she has to think about the fact that the babies did not come out of her womb. >> yeah. >> we're a big community. in fact, today, i was adopted by a family. i sent to the macy's thanksgiving day parade. i don't have a family here and they asked me to go to lunch. the 10-year-old said, come eat with us. >> did you? >> i spent half the day with
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>> yo. it's time for "the mix." >> yo. >> i say yo sometimes. >> yo. we start with dogs. >> ending with dogs too. the first dog story. this is amazing. okay. imagine this. your dog is obsessed with santa, so your dog has a santa toy he takes all over t p wait until you see what happens when the dog meets the real santa. >> so that little dog is obsessed with his stuffed santa. >> uh-huh. >> oh, photos with it? >> uh-huh. >> and so what did they do? they eventually -- >> look at the dog's happy face. >> oh, my gosh. >> like "home alone." >> like any kid with santa claus. >> most kids are screaming. >> yeah. we've seen so many mannequin
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pets, but this is cool. this is a dog that is nailing the mannequin challenge. it's an australian cattle dog. it's going from unmoving eyeballs that do not move. the tail -- how did they get the tail to stay like that, as well? >> oh, polka. ? now the shopping season starts ? ? bru arts ? ? it's the black friday polka ? ? everything you love is back except that smartphone ear phone jack that's the black friday polka ? ? november was contentious as the month is such a wreck ? ? when turkeys and the democrats both got it in the neck ? ? tvs, clothes and everything, loafingly made in beijing
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? christmas bills ? ? christmas bills ? ? soon it will be time to pay ? ? he's tweeting late at night ba rump rump rump trump ? ? i sing a version of this every turkey day ? leftovers again ? ? get out of bed ? ? santa claus is in the red ? ? that's the black friday polka ? ? kids play minecraft it's their very favorite game ? ? surviving combat in the stores is pretty much the same ? ? if you're blue ? ? take it from me ? ? practice retail therapy ? ? that's the black friday polka ? speaking of which i should
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the roads this evening, the weather should remain quiet until later tonight. a very weak system will be moving through the upper midwest and will create a few flurries or light snow showers, mainly in our northern counties. travel impacts should not be large, but a few slick spots can't be ruled out. otherwise, mostly cloudy skies will stick with us through black friday. most of the weekend will be dry and a bit on the mild side until rain moves in late on sunday and into sunday night. around 0.50'' to 1'' will be possible. as the system
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as temperature making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, remembering florence henderson. "the brady bunch" star passing away thanksgiving evening. looking back at her impact on tv and the reaction just coming in. reunited on thanksgiving. the california mom who vanished while jogging found alive. police are now calling it an abduction. where she was found after and it is black friday. the mad dash to get the good deals under way right now. new video of the crowds scrambling. whoa. where to find the best deals. >> they're excited. good friday morning, everyone. i hope you had a nice thanksgiving. i'm kendis gibson. >> yes, i'm adrienne bankert in

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