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good morning, america. breaking overnight, severe spring storms. more than a dozen reported tornadoes tearing through the south. >> it's coming this way. >> high winds crushing homes. heavy rain caving in roads forcing water rescues and washing away railway tracks and now the arctic blast on the way. caught on camera, gunned down. the moment a man on a chicago street live streaming on social media is struck by a bullet. the gunman stepping right into view. this morning, police on an all-out manhunt. new this morning, thousands of bees on the attack. >> they're swarming all in there. >> people running for cover from an angry swarm. >> you can see a bunch of them in that room where that door was open.
>> how they were finally chased away and what caused this aggressive behavior. and excitement in overdrive. tesla's new electric car for the masses, sparking a buying frenzy. the huge lines to reserve one. the impressive specs, but can the company deliver on time? ♪ solo hey, good morning, and the other big story we're covering right now, the final four. a huge night, two big ncaa games. syracuse heading into the evening as the big underdog. dan, i know you had them going all the way. they pulled off that upset against virginia and espn's tony reali will be here with everything you need to know for the big night. can't wait for it. >> my bracket is pristine at this point, but we're going to start with -- that's a lie. we'll start with the ferocious storms that hammered the south. tornadoes tearing through the region. >> and we want to you look at this video of rain and wind slamming big rigs in this
parking lot in warner robins, georgia, which is about 100 miles south of atlanta and you can also hear those storm sirens. this weather on the move and there are some big and unpleasant changes, as well, in store for the northeast. and rob is tracking it all for us this morning. hi, rob. >> hi, paula. it's been a large lumbering system taking its sweet time getting across the country, and now the tail end of it in florida. we've got a severe weather watch box that includes jacksonville, gainesville, orlando and daytona so severe weather likely here. this after an entire week really of severe weather across the country. overnight, more tornadoes and torrential rain creating a path of destruction. this dangerous funnel cloud whipping across georgia. >> it's coming this way. >> for the third straight day, the system inundating much of the southern states. roads opening up in alabama. emergency crews rushing to rescue three men clinging to a log after their canoes overturned in storm-charged waters. 19 reported tornadoes including this ef-1 in twiggs county, georgia. >> it's terrible.
you didn't know there was a house here with the trees on top. >> it was scary. i thought we were going to get blowed away. >> reporter: 90-mile-an-hour winds sending trees into homes. >> it came falling down. i was about to go to sleep. >> reporter: the powerful storm even credited for washing away a bridge leading to a massive train derailment. and up north winter not letting go. an april arctic blast dropping snow and ice across the great lakes. let's talk about that april winter weather up north. we have two fast-moving clipper systems going to bring snow and cold air and high winds. high wind watches out. look at these. this afternoon in chicago, 38 miles an hour. high wind advisory for indianapolis, 44 mile an hour and then that shield of wind gusts, d.c., new york, high wind warnings tomorrow. 50-mile-an-hour wind gusts and probably see some tree limbs down and some power outages with this, as well. and another system on top of that coming in sunday night into monday. there's some cold air with this,
with these winds and temperature near the freezing mark. these are the windchills tomorrow morning. 20 in chicago. 16 -- 10 in detroit. going to feel like 5 degrees in buffalo and there is a snow component to this, as well. we'll talk more about that in just a few minutes. >> it feels like we're regressing. i thought we just -- isn't it spring, rob? >> it was a mild winter so we're paying the price. >> that's true. okay, we'll check in with you a little bit later. we want to turn to the increasingly bitter fight for the white house. front-runner donald trump trailing in the latest polls in wisconsin. hillary clinton and bernie sanders, meantime, practically neck and neck. they're campaigning hard this weekend to make up ground before tuesday's pivotal vote, and abc's devin dwyer is in the thick of it in milwaukee with the very latest. good morning, devin. >> reporter: good morning, paula. donald trump has had one of the roughest weeks of his campaign. he trails in the polls here in wisconsin offering hope to those republicans looking to stop trump. after a rocky week for his campaign, donald trump is calling in reinforcements. >> i thank god that donald trump
gets it. >> reporter: conservative firebrand sarah palin joins trump today on the stump in wisconsin. tuesday's primary a major test for trump whose chances of clinching the nomination outright could be getting slim. >> to date our campaign has beaten donald, not once, not twice, not three times, but in ten states all across this country. >> reporter: ted cruz leads trump in wisconsin by double digits in the latest poll. even president obama taking a swipe at trump for saying japan and south korea should get nuclear weapons. >> the person who made the statements doesn't know much about foreign policy or nuclear policy or the korean peninsula or the world generally. >> reporter: cruz is so confident, he's taking a detour today to north dakota, courting critical free agent delegates that could help him block the nomination from trump. for the democrats, april fools was no laughing matter. >> secretary clinton owes us an apology. >> reporter: bernie sanders
doubling down on the charge that hillary clinton accepts support from people in the oil and gas industry. and accusations that's getting under clinton's skin. >> i am so sick of the sanders campaign lying about me. i'm sick of it. >> reporter: the clinton campaign refuses to apologize calling sanders' attack desperate and misleading. both campaigns have accepted contributions from individuals who work in the oil and gas industry, clinton more than sanders. sanders has won six of the last seven contests against clinton. they're neck and neck here in wisconsin. dan. >> the stakes couldn't be higher. devin, thank you. for more on all of this, let's bring in abc news political analyst matthew dowd who is in austin, texas, this morning. matthew, good morning. let's start with the republicans. how important is wisconsin for the republican race? >> i think it's greatly important. if you take a look at if ted cruz wins, this race goes in a fundamental different direction. i think -- to quote robert frost two roads diverged in wisconsin and we are about to take the one less traveled by, and the one less traveled by is if ted cruz
wins wisconsin, we are likely, very likely to be in a contested convention situation in cleveland. >> full employment act for political analysts like you. so how bad a week was this for donald trump and could it hurt him beyond wisconsin? >> yes, i think this was his worst week of the campaign. he took incoming attacks. he made a series of missteps which is most of the problem that donald trump has, and it's not the anti-trump folks that have hurt donald trump. it's donald trump that has hurt donald trump and i think it's capped him going forward. it's made it very difficult to unite the party. he may still and he is likely to still win the nomination at a convention, but it's made it very hard to unite the republican party going into a general election. >> a lot of people upset about his comments about abortion and also about heidi cruz. let's talk about the stakes on the democratic side. what would a sanders win in wisconsin mean for the chances of him capturing this nomination? >> well, dan, sanders has won five of the last six contests, so a wisconsin win which i think
is likely at this point is going to put him on a trajectory where it is a possibility he could win more pledge delegates than hillary clinton which would be an amazing situation in this and then i think he makes an argument to the super delegates if that happens to say you can't give this nomination to somebody who lost the delegate process in the states. so i think a wisconsin win for bernie sanders changes the nature of the race which allows him to make an argument to all those democratic officials that he should be the nominee instead of hillary clinton. >> stakes so high on both sides. our thanks to a robert frost quoting matthew dowd on a saturday morning. thank you, matt. >> thanks. all right, thanks, dan. and now to a story that i guarantee is probably going to make your skin crawl. thousands of bees on the attack in arizona. more than a dozen people were victimized before these bees were finally chased away. this video is alarming. probably unlike anything you've ever seen before, and abc's marci gonzalez has the story for us this morning. hi, marci. >> reporter: hi, paula. an absolutely terrifying ordeal
for these people. many of them were in a mosque when the bees suddenly flew inside and started stinging. the swarm was so big, roads in the area had to be shut down until crews could get the dangerous problem under control. >> they're swarming all in there. >> reporter: chaos in arizona when 20,000 bees sent worshippers running through the streets desperately swatting away an attacking swarm outside of this phoenix morph. >> there was a number of people there were at this church. there's people at a bus stop. there's people walking, so we're going to have a whole bunch of them. >> reporter: more than a dozen people in the area stung by the bees after they started swarming. the dangerous pests even flying into the building. >> i could see a bunch of them in that room where that door was open. >> they just started to attack us then i run away. >> reporter: firefighters rushing to the scene keeping the enraged bees at bay by spraying the area down with a special foam that helps calm the insects. victims covering up with blankets and jackets as they
tried to escape the angry swarm. >> it was just crazy. they were blocking the whole street just because of bees. >> i saw people running everywhere. some people even fell in the grass over there and got up and started running. >> reporter: officials confirming at least 15 people were stung during the attack. one person taken to the hospital in stable condition. >> it was a very bad -- some people get hard pain but all of us right now, we are good actually. >> reporter: then just minutes later, more bees seen here swarming a few miles south of the first attack. crews spraying that area with foam, as well. and there were no injuries reported in that incident, again, only one person hospitalized from that first attack. of course, it could have been so much worse. government statistics show that more than 3% of adults have severe allergic reactions to stings from bees and other insects that, of course, can be deadly. >> absolutely. anaphalactic shock. horrifying video. >> i've never seen anything like that before he believes -- except in the movies.
ron, we see you every weekend. >> fairly regularly. >> we want to see you more is what i wanted to say. >> okay. that's what you're getting at. >> lost in translation. >> okay, well, good morning to you, paula and dan. robert, good morning to you. good morning, everyone. we begin with authorities in virginia disclosing that the former felon who fatally shot a state trooper at a bus station in that state was carrying an arsenal of 143 rounds of ammunition. the officer, 37-year-old chad dermyer, had been taking part in a training mission at the bus station, greyhound bus station when the suspect by the name of james brown allegedly opened fire. brown had previously served prison time for using a firearm in a crime, a drug charge and a domestic abuse conviction. officers nearby returned fire killing that gunman, james brown. and u.s. officials say a drone strike in somalia has killed a key leader of the terror group there, al shabab. hassan ali dhoore and two others were said to have been killed in the attack which occurred in southern somalia. officials say dhoore, who was a member of al qaeda, played a direct role in
two attacks in the somali capital mogadishu more than a year ago that killed three americans. pentagon officials say they believe dhoore was plotting more attacks against americans. and new developments in the o.j. simpson murder case. authorities now say forensic testing confirms that the knife discovered on simpson's brentwood, los angeles, estate more than a decade ago was not the weapon used to kill nicole brown simpson and ron goldman back in 1994. the lapd recovered the knife last month from a retired police officer. they say the case is officially still open. and it's been a long time coming, but the city of philadelphia is now officially apologizing for a racist incident aimed at jackie robinson back when he played in that city in 1947. the tirade of verbal abuse he was subjected to and members of the phillies was depicted in the 2013 movie "42." the philadelphia city council yesterday passing a resolution making april 15th a day of honor for jackie robinson's achievements and to apologize to him. that's the date in 1947 robinson
became the first african-american player in major league baseball playing, of course, for the brooklyn dodgers. and say it ain't so, steph curry and the golden state warriors lost a home game. >> no. >> as dan would say, incredible, unbelievable. >> what? >> the warriors fell to the boston celtics, maybe that's dan's team, 109-106 ending their 54-game winning streak at home. it's the warriors' first loss since january 2015. they will now have to win five of their final six games to break the all-time record for wins set by the chicago bulls with michael jordan back in 1995/'96. and finally you know the expression bull session? you know that expression? >> yes. >> wall street. >> some people don't. no? got a different kind of bull. >> bull what? what are we talking about? >> not a bull market either. some college students in new york city had quite the bull session. a 2,000-pound bull jumping off a truck headed to the slaughterhouse. good idea to get off that truck and wandering onto the campus of new york college in queens, new york.
police were able to wrangle the animal and even got some celebrity assistance in dealing with it. former "daily show" host jon stewart and his wife took the animal to an upstate sanctuary or they said they did. we don't know how stewart got involved, but he is a well-known animal advocate, so i think the bull is probably safe and not going to be slaughtered. >> that's an amazing escape. >> yeah, right. >> good on jon stewart for taking him in. >> yeah, exactly. >> absolutely. >> jon just took the bull by the horns right there, didn't he? >> ooh. >> nice. >> ladies and gentlemen, the views of paula faris do not necessarily reflect the views of abc news. >> what, am i little crazy this morning? crazy saturday morning. speaking of crazy, things are getting crazy, we're getting down to the nitty-gritty in the college basketball championship, of course. the final four will face off tonight, and abc's tony reali breaking down all the matchups for us this morning. hi, tony. >> let's go around those horns, paula, and, good morning. >> ba-dum-dum. >> 60 games or so over the last two weeks. we still don't know who the best team in the country is. tonight we're going to get a step closer.
villanova and oklahoma, north carolina and syracuse. four teams, two huge games, and tonight two will march on and two will go home. the most unlikely team still in the dance, that would be the tenth seeded syracuse orangemen. now all they have to do is beat the top seeded north carolina tar heels. >> up top. >> this is our 19th final four. if we play really, really well and get lucky, perhaps they'll let us stay around and play the next day. >> it's been a rough year for the orangemen. head coach jim boeheim was suspended after being cited for various ncaa violations. >> there's a bunch of good teams at the top and carolina is definitely one of them. so you just -- you get excited for games like these. >> reporter: as for the night's other matchup, villanova and oklahoma. villanova hasn't won a national championship since ronald reagan was president.
and even though wildcats coach jay wright has taken the team far before, he is still feeling the heat. >> we never really felt the pressure but you can definitely feel it now. >> reporter: ryan arcidiacono, a lifelong wildcats fan, has his eyes on cutting down the nets monday night in houston. >> we'd love to bring a championship home to philly but we have to get past oklahoma first. >> buddy hield. >> reporter: but sharpshooting oklahoma guard, buddy hield, has a dream of his own willing the oklahoma sooners to their first national championship. final four weekend, always a time when great players become legends and those names live forever. buddy hield, full name, chavano rainier hield from the bahamas and ryan arcidiacono. say it with me. let me hear the music. >> arcidiacono. >> arcidiacono. >> in italian it means television host with a beautiful tie, so that's very good for dan. they're hoping to be legends tonight. >> speaking of television hosts, did anybody see that tony made a
cameo on "world news tonight" last night? i was watching and cecilia vega was doing her report with david muir, and look who shows up behind her. actually i took my camera out at home and i recorded a close-up. there you have it. you could see tony reali wearing headphones and sunglasses, coming in out of the corner and walking through. and then look at this, looks right at the camera. >> yeah, well, you know -- >> you have no recollection. >> i have embarrassed myself on tv many times. this may be the most embarrassing. what you didn't see, i was carrying two pails of paint like travolta in "saturday night fever." >> you had a brown paper bag in your hand. i saw it. >> hey, congratulations, you became that guy. >> thanks for the call-out. that was very nice. >> we love you, tony. we love you. >> let's check the weather with rob. >> i hope you took the sunglasses off when you got inside. in style, my friend, no doubt about that. if you're skiing out west this weekend, you're styling too. april. but a great time to -- this was taken just a day or two ago in breckenridge, colorado. they got seven inches of fresh. you can get fresh and then you can get beautiful sunshine. i think this weekend will be the
former, so party on because it's going to be good stuff out there. all right, meanwhile, speaking of snow, here it comes. first week of april, no april fool here. we've got snow in the forecast with the great lakes with not one but two clipper systems that are going to roll across the area tonight. and the second one comes in tomorrow night in through monday and this has some cold air with it. so as far as snowfall is concerned, we talked about the winds, which will be dangerous across the bigger cities. but weather advisories across the great lakes here. we could one see 1 to as much as even maybe 4 or 5 inches of wet snow in spots and may well stick around. mostly across central new england and across the northern great lakes here and, again, it won't warm up until late in the week. meanwhile, warming up out west. we have this ridge tough thing happening and temperatures 10 to 15 degrees warmer and definitely some spring
>> more weather in 15 minutes. a very special guest in about five, mr. arcidiacono. did i say that right, reali? >> arcidiacono. >> arcidiacono. means handsome anchor with a colorful tie. >> is it italiano? >> yes, and it's embarrassing i can't say it. it's a big one. >> while that guest is not going to be here, we do have a very cool surprise for you. you may have noticed sara haines hasn't been around. that's because she just had a baby boy. >> we heard from so many of you. you guys want to know how she's doing, how the baby is doing, how the baby daddy is doing, so here we go. we're going to check in with them right now at their home in brooklyn. sara, max. oh. >> hey, guys.
>> hi. >> we miss you. can we meet little baby alec? >> we've got little alec richard shifrin. do you want to -- >> oh, play "the lion king" song. >> oh, my word. ♪ >> look at that hair. >> so cute. so cute. i'm jealous of all that hair he has. >> he's got -- and it won't go down. we accomplished a bath with all four of our adult hands the other night, and we got it all down, towel dried and it went shooop! >> he's so cute. >> i have two questions for you. sara, are you getting any sleep, and is max helping out? >> max is actually a much calmer probably better parent at this point. i throw my hands in the air when things shoot out at me, and max is the one that takes a deep breath, sings to him and chills out. >> sara is shouldering the bulk of the burden here, so i just try to be the best sous chef i
can. >> listen -- >> you're seeing it right now. >> tell us how life has changed. like what's the biggest change for you guys since having a kid? >> the lack of sleep, i think, right? i mean, that's the real difficulty that i think all new parents face, and we're definitely struggling with that but there's a lot of special moments too in between the no sleeping. >> and the lack of control. i'm a type "a" person and i want to know when things are happening. >> really? >> and nothing happens on my schedule anymore. >> wow. we learned something today. >> ron is giving you a hard time about the type "a," sara. >> imagine that. >> give him a mohawk. >> i said i would do this appearance if ron claiborne did not speak. clearly someone broke this deal. >> oh! >> bait and switch. bait and switch, baby. >> sara and max, we love you. >> we love you guys. >> congratulations. come back soon. >> we love you guys. take care. >> bye. >> that hair is special.
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all right, welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. wild weather across the country. another tornado outbreak and torrential rains hitting the south. strong winds blowing into most major cities today with an arctic blast sending the east back down to winter temperatures. as paula says, we are regressing. >> yes, we are. and a wild police chase through the streets of miami. the red car not stopping until police round the vehicle and even then the driver tries to back up but he's blocked. police pulled the shirtless suspect out and placed him in custody. a reunion 23 years in the making. i can get behind this. the original members of guns n' roses taking the stage in west hollywood for a lucky group of 250 fans. the surprise concert announced 24 hours before. tickets were just 10 bucks apiece.
you guys, i would have brought all of you. i love a good hair band. "sweet child of mine." it would have been going down. >> come on. >> it would have been going down, right? dan? >> it's really getting pathetic enough. >> not elevated enough for you? not elevated enough for dan. >> the whole -- no, no, i'm down with guns n' roses. just -- anyway, here's what's coming up. it's the car everybody is talking about. the new tesla model 3, hundreds of thousands of people plunking down deposits on a car that won't actually hit the road for at least another year, a year and a half actually, and we're going to show you what all the excitement is coming up. ron is going to have that story coming up. but first here a shocking crime captured as it was happening on a facebook live video stream. >> it's essentially a live broadcast. as he was doing so on a chicago street, a shooter appeared on camera. and now a massive manhunt is on to find that shooter. abc's eva pilgrim is here with more. hi, eva. >> reporter: good morning. this is disturbing video. a man live chatting on facebook gunned down for everyone
watching to see. that now a huge clue for police this morning as they search for his shooter. i have to warn you, this video is hard to watch. >> what they say they heard i was up here so they had to open the store back up for the kid, though. >> reporter: it's this video that streamed live on facebook that is going viral. watch as this chicago man, brian fields, shows himself back in his old neighborhood but somehow he knows he needs to watch his back. >> i need somewhere to duck and de for cover. >> reporter: then at this moment fields also noticed something out of the corner of his eye. the cell phone falls to the ground as it continues to stream live, and the unidentified gunman's arm can be seen on camera while firing off multiple rounds. the suspect runs away leaving the victim, 31-year-old brian fields, shot multiple times bleeding in the street. >> oh, my god, no! >> you know, one of the things he wanted to do was state to everyone, hey, i'm here, i'm brave, i'm strong.
i am so strong that i could be in a rival group's neighborhood and videotape it. >> reporter: but his actions might have been too bold. fields suffering multiple gunshot wounds. >> no, no, no. oh, my god. i don't believe this. >> reporter: this incident comes at a time when chicago's violent crime rate continues to soar. chicago police reporting shootings across the city have risen 88% from a year ago with more than 675 taking place in 2016 so far. authorities are hoping that the shocking video of this shooting will lead them to the gunman. and fields is still in critical condition in the hospital. police are looking into whether this shooting was gang related. >> tough days for chicago right now. eva, thank you. >> hard video to watch. >> indeed. let's check the forecast once again and get it back over to rob. hey, rob. >> hey, dan. a windy day in chicago and followed by some cold air, as well. check out some of these numbers as far as actual temperatures, a roller coaster. we start in the 50s today and
then 30s at 7:00 a.m. right now across parts of the midwest into the 30s, that's your high temperature for the most part at 8:00 p.m. tonight. 37 degrees in cleveland and then tomorrow morning, 40 degrees, near that in d.c. and this does not include the wind which will drop temperatures what they'll feel like into the teens in some cases. warm air tries to get into chicago or tries to get into the northeast. we'll have little luck doing that until mid to late week. we're watching these storms rolling across parts of the south. this is the tail end that brought severe weather to much of the country, especially the south. this is eventually dropping down into southern florida. but while it does so we could see some severe weather from orlando back through gainesville and daytona. finally some drier air getting into southern and central florida after a very humid and wet couple of days here. across the rest of the country looking at pretty mild weather across the west, temperatures in the 70s in san diego, 10 to 15 degrees above average in the sierras back through parts of salt lake city, great spring skiing in denver. 64 degrees and nice sunshine across the central plains including houston, 73 degrees, a
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>> that's the $35,000 question, if you will. >> oh, wow. >> a couple of hundred thousand people are betting or at least putting down that thousand bucks that tesla will deliver coughing up that down payment for a car that's not only not been produced but never at that time even seen. this morning, the demand for tesla's new model 3, its most anticipated electric car yet, surprising even the company's ceo, elon musk. >> this is kind of crazy. >> reporter: buyers flocking to their nearest dealer with their $1,000 deposits in hand just to get on a list to get the coveted car. >> i've been waiting years for a tesla to come out in my price range. >> that's something that i can afford. >> reporter: the new sedan lists at $35,000, less than half the price of a current tesla model s. nancy feldman braved the crowds to secure her very first tesla model. >> the first guy in the line got there at 10:00 at night and he slept there. he slept in his car. >> and all of those preorders
are recorded before anyone even knew what the car looked like. >> so do you want to see the car? [ cheers ] >> reporter: tesla unveiling the new model as its ceo raved about each new feature. the new tesla can go from 0 to 60 in six seconds. and on one charge you can travel 215 miles, about the distance of new york city to washington, d.c. >> so what do you think? you like the car? >> reporter: it even has an autopilot feature. in 48 hours the new tesla has racked up more than 232,000 reorders. ceo tweeting, definitely going to need to rethink production planning. so if you do the math you see that tesla took in, check this out, a billion dollars in deposits in those 48 hours and for those who rushed to put their thousand bucks down, they can slow down now. the first of the model 3s won't be delivered till at the
earliest the end of 2017, early 2018. a bit of a wait. >> you liked it, didn't you? >> yeah. >> absolutely. it's a good-looking car. >> i don't know 35,000 qualifies as affordable but it's more affordable. >> well, yeah. it's hard to call that for the masses, per se, but an interesting car for sure. >> subjective. >> all right. thank you, ron. >> you're welcome, paula. coming up, everybody, how to burn more calories just by changing what you eat. >> it's getting weirder on the set here this morning. let's not even tell them what's coming next. it's going to be weird. keep it here.
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self-deprecating fashion, schumer joked that she believed her fame would only last another six months. but all kidding aside, amy had better get comfortable with being a household name because her show returns in april. it is already renewed for a fifth season. this girl's star is like definitely on the rise. >> she's got well more than six months ahead of her. >> oh, yeah, so just get ready, amy. something else that's a very big deal right now, it's international tom hanks day. yes. >> what? >> i know, right? it is a thing. well -- >> i have made fire. >> the oscar winning actor has his very own unofficial holiday thanks to a bunch of his fans who dreamed up the idea it was while watching a movie marathon back in 2004, but two years ago they decided to make a splash on the global stage and now there are parties -- you like that? thank you. >> oh, i didn't get that. >> "splash" is one of his earlier movies. around the world hanks himself is a huge fan of the idea and he actually donates personal memorabilia to be auctioned off
at the event. >> can you imagine if he wasn't a huge fan of the idea? you guys made a holiday in my name? not a good idea. >> he fully supports it. all the proceeds going to lifeline energy. it's his favorite charity and one that he's very involved in, as well. >> do they hold the parties at the bubba gump shrimp factory? >> i don't know, but they should. that would be great. it would be big. >> or wilson volleyballs. >> i'm sure they've got all the -- >> never mind. never mind. >> one more push and dan will tell you the general manager of the red sox actually discovered tom hanks back in the day. >> is that true? >> yeah. >> really? i didn't know that. >> tom warner i think his name is. >> really? >> right, yes, for "bosom buddies." >> right. >> he's the coolest of cool. i'm a huge fan. >> dan, you might want to cover your ears for this one. i don't know how you're going to take it. >> earmuffs. i'll cover them. >> thank you, paula. >> they're covered. he's not listening. scientists at manhattanville college in new york have discovered that dog owners are happier, more conscientious and less neurotic than cat owners. >> he's going to get angry. >> hmm. >> he's going to get angry. >> i question the survey
methodology. >> oh, really? >> yes. >> okay, well, researchers surveyed 263 people and found that pet owners were generally more satisfied with life than nonpet owners but dog owners scored higher than cat owners on all measures of well-being. the academics can be explained by dogs' emotional style and need for satisfaction. >> cat owners are smarter and they see through to the essential suffering at the heart of life and that's why -- >> there's a filibuster going on. >> okay, okay. we'll talk about it later. and finally, guy, this one is for you, paula. you're always requesting food. >> always. >> how about a sugar rush to get the weekend started. on a rather sweet note, behold, guys, the italian rainbow doughnut. it is the latest viral craze to sweep the internet. >> it weighs -- it weighs two pounds. >> oh, my. >> it's been created by glaze doughnuts. >> wow. >> just might be. >> bigger than your head. >> it's been created by glaze doughnuts. >> i don't know how dave zinczenko would feel about it. >> i know, right, but, guys, you got to indulge sometimes. created by glaze doughnut, a mom
and pop store in new jersey and combines the traditional italian cookie with a glazed doughnut. apparently they're so time consuming to make that they only make them on the weekends and they're sold out before noon. >> i love it. >> thanks, rachel. >> see you tomorrow with more weekend "gma." >> cheers. >> have a great day, everybody. >> amazing! good morning, everyone, the bay area crab season is finally under way after a toxic algae made crab unsafe to eat. fishermen had been hurt financially since the season was delayed and unusually warm water may have led to a bloom of toxic algae. they have assured the public it's safe to consume.
california federal lawmakers are trying to get relief money and money for research. they want to know why the algae invaded and whether it could happen again. stanford university will host its holy festival in sand hill field event. with traditional singing and dancing and topping of more than 5,000 pounds of colored powder. it is a non-profit organization dedicated to the support and education in india. it runs from 11:00 to 3:00 today and continues tomorrow. turning to weather now in the bay area forecast with lisa argen. >> about 11:00 on the peninsula. you'll get sunshine there in fall loal to. you can see the fog, marine layer from our view from mt. tam. temperatures in the low 50s and we have sun around concord and delta and everyone else in the gray. san jose this morning, in the low 50s, 51 in livermore, but we'll look for more 70s today in
the outlook. this morning it is warmer in the north bay and south bay, a little cooler at the coast. the coast will stay cloudy today, upper 50s to low 6 o's with partial sun in san francisco. look for 72 in san jose. 75 in antioch. >> a man beaten by police arrested again during an invasion and the video you'll see only on abc 7 news. the clintons are in the bay area to talk to college students. students. wh look at this sweet face. so sweet. ok, we're going to need a napkin gooey, flaky, happy. toaster strudel. i would kill for something sweet. wanna split that? no...soooo much fat... don't fight your instincts. with 150 calories each,
it's saturday, april 2nd, good morning and thanks for joining u. i'm chris new wguyen. >> we have a little sun an concord and anty of course from half moon bay to san jose. the clouds will retreat to the coast. we'll look for sunshine all around the bay today but we'll see low clouds and fog around out around half moon bay and pacifica with numbers in the low 50s, it's fairly uniform out there with low 50s in oakland. you can see the deck of low