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good morning, america. breaking news overnight. severe weather turning deadly in the south. a tornado threat as we go on the air. twisters ripping across four states. >> it's a big one! >> tearing off roofs, flames erupting at a school. homes leveled. a university on lockdown. a severe storm system bringing pounding rain and flash flooding. more than 80 million at risk right now, from the south to the northeast. battle lines drawn. the president going head to head with democrats over immigration. the white house now reviewing the plan to bus migrants to so-called sanctuary cities. this as the irs faces a deadline to produce trump's tax returns. the fights that could be headed
to court. wild shootout. an armed carjacker leading police on a high-speed chase, ending in a deadly gun battle. dramatic video. one deputy's close call. >> the bullet enters the bottom of his cap, strikes him in his skull and then comes out of the top of the hat. >> how he came within a millimeter of losing his life. in the hunt. tiger woods roaring, thrilling crowds in augusta, surging into the final round at the masters, tied for second. could he wear the green jacket again? and sneak peek. the force is with "star wars" fans at the annual celebration. plus, we've got an exclusive look at galaxy's edge coming to
disney parks and the soon-to-be released jedi video game. plus, unraveling some of the mysteries behind the new tv show "the mandalorian." hey, good morning. eva is off this morning. we're very happy to have janai norman. who's agreed to return to play the role of the rose between two thorns. >> i'm excited about it. >> you handle it well. you're here with us on a busy sunday morning. we're going to begin with the deadly and damaging storm system tearing through the south overnight and the risk is not over yet. at least 13 reported tornadoes. this video just in from hamilton county, mississippi where one of those tornadoes touched down overnight. >> that severe weather bringing tragedy in east texas, where two young children lost their lives when a tree fell on their car. the death toll growing at this hour. >> and reported tornadoes touching down from texas through the south, causing widespread damage. we have team coverage this morning. rob marciano is tracking the storm and is standing by. we want to start with abc's
marcus moore who's on the ground in hard hit alto, texas. marcus, good morning. >> reporter: whit, it's a devastating scene here where crews were working to make sure no one was trapped in the rubble. this is what we've seen, these violent winds knocking down this building here, also leaving bits and pieces of debris spread throughout. check out the scene here in cherokee county, texas. look at this, this is part of roof that has been left wrapped around this pole. this storm was clearly destructive and also deadly. overnight, a tornado outbreak in the south. >> it's a big one! >> reporter: in mississippi, the severe weather turning deadly. at least two people dead in monroe county. destructive winds blowing out car windows and bringing down power lines. more than 150,000 in the dark this morning. >> just got a report of a tornado on the ground. >> reporter: the possible tornado causing massive destruction, tearing through this business, tossing items outside and peeling off the roof. just outside jackson, strong
winds causing this gas station canopy to come crashing down. trapping multiple cars. mississippi state university on lockdown as the campus sends out a tornado warning. downed trees near the campus trapping students, making the roads impassable. heavy rain triggering major flooding, prompting rescues. watch as this woman and girl are carried away by first responders after their suv got stuck in a flooded ditch. in louisiana, this school engulfed in flames in mississippi. officials say that the out of control fire may have been started by a lightning strike. luckily no one was injured. in texas, the effort to recover under way after a powerful ef-3 tornado with winds up to 140 miles per hour tore through the town of franklin. the damage widespread. homes flattened. others left in shreds. roofs completely ripped off and debris scattered everywhere. the violent winds flipping over cars and toppling trees. farther north, the severe weather outbreak claiming two young lives. an 8-year-old and 3-year-old
killed. in cherokee county, texas damaging winds cutting short a celebration. at least 16 people hurt, some airlifted by helicopters from the scene. >> i have seen tornadoes but nothing like this. it's just unbelievable. >> reporter: several people were taken away in critical condition from the scene. this storm came through when two tornadoes touched down about an hour apart, heavily damaged the town's school and leaving the widespread destruction we see here this morning in cherokee county. they are thankful to be alive and unhurt. they have a long road to recovery ahead. whit. >> marcus moore in the storm zone. thank you so much. joining us now from cherokee county, texas, judge chris davis is on the phone with us. the emergency manager for that county. judge davis, thanks so much for speaking with us and taking the time. >> thank you, whit. >> your community was hit with back-to-back tornadoes. how would you characterize the damage you see around you this morning? >> it's just total devastation. twisted trees and power lines and many homes destroyed.
we had several injuries during this storm. >> and we're told one of those tornadoes actually threatened a popular outdoor festival in a park. what happened to all of those people? >> it's on a prairie and they were all outdoors. they rushed into the museum part, the ones that could get in there, and that building was basically destroyed and the cars were just left in a heap. >> in your time there in cherokee county overseeing the emergency services and response, have you ever seen anything like this, this type of storm damage in your area? >> we have had the storms -- major storms, where we have had lots of destruction and lots of power lines and places damaged. i have never seen them come this fast and tear up this much at one time. >> judge chris davis, from cherokee county, thank you so much for your time. our thoughts are with you and your community. thank you. >> thank you. >> and again, the thing that judge davis was pointing out,
and you were talking about, too, it's one thing to get tornadoes but the back-to-back tornadoes sent people scrabbling. >> these situations are never good. this one seems especially bad. the threat unfortunately is not over. tens of millions of americans at risk today from the south all the way up to the northeast. rob is out in central park tracking it all. rob, good morning. >> good morning, dan. you heard these storms are moving fast and they'll be expanding throughout the day to encompass a larger area. high density population. let's go to the maps and show you where the storms are, moving through alabama where there have been a number of tornado warnings this morning. there's snow behind this and more ahead of it well in the way of thunderstorms. this and a tornado watch is up for parts of alabama and the florida panhandle. that will be expanded as these storms push east from columbus into western georgia. we'll have several pockets of convection as this entire system, as it's growing in size, moves its way to the north and east. charlotte, roanoke, augusta and
up to pittsburgh, scranton. look at that, another batch there as we go through the overnight period. tomorrow morning, the whole thing pushes through new york city. this area also in the mix of damaging winds. enhanced area from charlotte up to roanoke, pittsburgh and over to scranton with damaging winds, potentially tornados and the possibility of large hail. more on this throughout the program. janai, back to you. >> all right, rob, a tough start to the week. now to the white house where the battle lines are being drawn on two major issues -- immigration and the president's tax returns. abc's white house correspondent tara palmeri is on the north lawn with how president trump and democrats are digging in. tara, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, janai. this idea of busing migrants to cities led by democrats was considered wild within the white house. now the president is embracing it, seeming to taunt democrats by doing so, and his team is trying to figure out if they can actually execute this plan. this morning the white house facing backlash over the president's interest in reviving a twice-abandoned proposal to
bus migrants from detention centers along the southern border to so-called sanctuary cities. >> they want more people in their sanctuary cities. we can give them a lot, an unlimited supply. >> we'll do everything we can, to make sure that people who come to the city, whatever their immigration status is, will be treated fairly and with respect. >> reporter: an idea the white house dismissed on friday, saying it was, quote, floated and rejected. but hours later, the president contradicting his team and embracing the plan. the white house now launching a review on how it would work and how much it would cost. >> we're going through the process. we're reviewing everything we do lawfully. the fact is, we released them already in certain communities. what's the difference in releasing them a little further? >> reporter: as the president tangles with democrats over his immigration policy, the battle over his tax returns escalates. house ways and means chairman richard neal sending a second later to the irs commissioner
demanding the president's tax returns from the past six years. the committee setting a new april 23rd deadline. giving the administration ten days to hand over the returns after they missed the april 10th deadline. treasury secretary steve mnuchin dismissed the request telling reporters the deadline is arbitrary. >> i'm not aware if there's ever been a request for an elected official's tax return. but we'll follow the law and we'll protect the president as we would protect any individual taxpayer under their right. >> reporter: according to tax code, the ways and means chairman can request any tax payer's return and the treasury department shall furnish them. >> i'm under audit. that's up to whoever it is. from what i understand, the law is 100% on my side. >> reporter: white house chief of staff mick mulvaney signaling the administration will guard the returns. >> you believe democrats will never see the president's tax returns? >> never, nor should they. >> reporter: secretary mnuchin
says that the democrats are trying to politicize the irs to get the president's financial information and the democrats say they have no right to question their motivation because it's within their constitutional right. but both sides have made it clear they're ready to fight this all the way to the supreme court. whit? >> both sides digging in. tara palmeri at the white house for us. thank you. also in politics this morning, the 2020 race is heating up. in just a few hours, democrat pete buttigieg is expected to officially kick off his presidential campaign. abc's chief national correspondent matt gutman is in south bend, indiana with a look at mayor pete and the momentum he's building. matt, good morning. >> reporter: hey, whit, good morning. pete buttigieg making that big announcement today is the biggest nonsecret in politics. now, in elections voters are often looking for the opposite of the incumbent and pete buttigieg is offering himself up as the anti-trump. in his words, an intellectual,
laidback, gay mayor from the midwest, half the age of the president. >> let me introduce the mayor, pete buttigieg. >> reporter: the unpronounceable name now a household name. >> all eyes are on south bend indiana mayor pete buttigieg. >> pete buttigieg. >> mayor pete buttigieg. >> reporter: it's a candidacy full of firsts. first mayor to win a nomination. the first openly gay man in office. the first president under 40. the 37-year-old with the boy scout looks has cultivated quite a resume. harvard, rhodes scholar. oxford, mckinsey consulting firm. and a u.s. navy reserve officer. earning a medal for his counterterrorism work. he's been slightly vague on political platform. in his interview with george stephanopoulos, described his plan for medicare. >> a version of medicare, anyone who wants to buy into it buy into it. if people like me are right that that's going to be a preferred
option, that very naturally becomes a glide path to a medicare for all environment. >> reporter: as a devote episcopolian, he's gained attention for his fight with fellow hoosier mike pence. >> as he seeks to be that person to uphold the office he would do well to reflect on the importance of freedom of religion for every america. >> i'm not interested in feuding with the vice president. if he wanted to clear this up, he could come out today he changed his mind and say that it shouldn't be legal to discriminate against anyone in this country for who they are. >> reporter: last night i asked for an advance copy of his speech and i was told he's not written it out. even his own aides don't know what he's going to say. they tell me that he's been thinking about this for some time. it will be a speech in front of his hometown crowd here, right inside that old studebaker factory. no teleprompters. no prepared statements. so, in at least that way dan, a little bit like president trump. >> fair point. it may end there. matt, thank you very much.
matt gutman on the ground in indiana. lot to talk about, let's bring in our chief anchor george stephanopoulos who will be hosting "this week" later this morning. so, i mean, you've been around, i don't want to date you, you've been around politics for a minute. >> you just did. >> that was me doing it on purpose and trying to hide it. you've watched candidates come and go in big, crowded fields. i was thinking this morning about lamar alexander in 1996, wearing his plaid shirts. everyone thought he was the hot thing in a minute. obviously dole took it. do you think this lamar alexander in 1996 or barack obama in 2008? >> yogi berra said it's hard to made predictions, especially about the future. what do we know about pete buttigieg? he brought his way on to the debate stage. he's rising in the polls, guarantees he'll be in those all-important first debates that start this summer. right there that gives him a leg up. he'll have enough money to make it at least through those early primaries because he's building
this online presence. and i think what we have seen so far, he has thought about this a lot. he knows what he wants to say. he knows how to communicate his ideas and he knows how to do it in a way that appeals to the democratic base without -- often without turning off those who might be on the other side. he's got a lot of skills. whether he can all the way, nobody knows. he's certainly got some momentum. >> another point of contact with trump is both of these people came out of nowhere in crowded fields. let's talk about immigration. you've got the president's press secretary sarah sanders on the show tonight. i imagine you'll talk about this plan to bus immigrants to sanctuary cities. before we came on the air, we talked about this article in the associated press this morning that makes the point this plan, the winners could be the migrants. they'll end up in place where they're protected from the feds, where they're welcomed. given that, do you think this is truly a serious plan? >> the president is clearly pushing it. the department of homeland
security has rejected it at least twice apparently in a phone call with the president and the former secretary of homeland security kirstjen niels nielsen. the president is driving this forward. as you point out, it seems to run counter to the policy that the president wants. it would actually encourage more migrants to stay longer, to come and put down roots. he seems to be acting on the idea that this is punishing cities run by democrats. that's the mindset he's coming at this from. whether he can get this done, whether it can be paid for, whether it's legal, all big questions on the table. the president seems to be driven on this right now. >> well, i'm interested to learn more on your show this morning. thank you very much. reminder, george has a big show, as discussed. he'll go one-on-one with the white house press secretary sarah sanders. plus, democrat congressman tim ryan on jumping in the 2020 presidential race and facing pete buttigieg among others. that's all coming up on "this week" on abc. george, thanks again. speaking of 2020, senator cory booker officially launching his candidacy for president with a hometown kickoff in newark, new jersey, the former newark
mayor campaigning on a justice for all platform has been lagging in the polls since announcing his candidacy in february. booker is now embarking on two-week cross-country tour of key primary states. time now for weather. rob marciano is in central park this morning. hey, rob, how's it looking out there? >> it's looking great, janai. it is the time of year, mid-april, beautiful mornings. they can often turn into turbulent afternoons and evenings. i think that will happen in new york city late in the day. this is a big system. let's get to it and show you where it is right now. the center is north of memphis. snow down into northwest arkansas and missouri. spots accumulating, some wet snow. certainly some heavy rain through detroit and cleveland. cold rain at that at this thing moves off to the east. we do have a threat for not just severe weather today but tomorrow as well. as we go through the week, here's how it times out for the northeast with the storms rolling in. temperatures building into the 70s today. then the heavy storms coming through tonight and early
tomorrow. once we get towards wednesday and thursday, the middle part of this week, we've got yet another storm that will be entering the plains. tis the season for severe weather. it's going to be an active five to seven days aye heads. that's a check of the national good sunday morning. here's a look at the east bay. plenty of sunshine today, some high and midlevel clouds for a partly cloudy afternoon. rain returns tomorrow. looking at a big warmup. the warmest numbers we've seen all year by the end of the week. today, 65 in oakland. 70 in napa with partly cloudy skies. gusty winds at the coast. 68 in palo alto. 67 in santa cruz. the accu-weather seven-day forecast, a one on the impact scale tomorrow. it's getting active here in central park, today is the "shape" women's half marathon. some special abc/"gma" guests. they'll be joining us in the next half hour, guys. back inside to you. >> our stage manager bill will
be mad if i did not to point out, you're a weatherman and you didn't say winter is coming. >> oh, my gosh. >> winter is coming tonight, you're right. >> so disappointed in you. >> let's head to the north. >> there you go. >> some "game of thrones." >> thanks, rob. baseball news, the longest hitless streak by a nonpitcher in major league history has finally come to an end. baltimore's chris davis smacking a two-run single off the red sox starters in the first inning at fenway park saturday. the orioles first baseman ending the stretch of 54 hitless at-bats. the orioles ended the game 9-5 against the red sox. they gave him a standing ovation because it's been a long time coming. >> how did he still have a job? i don't understand that. >> he made millions in the time that he didn't get on base. >> his celebration was pretty mild, though, when he got to base. he was like, all right. >> okay, bye. okay, bye.
>> moving on. now to tiger woods and the hunt at the masters. looking for his first major championship win since 2008. he's making a vintage play as he goes for his fifth green jacket. >> setting up for a cut. >> reporter: the world is waking up this masters sunday to tiger woods near the top of the leaderboard. >> yeah, i'm in a good spot. >> reporter: conjuring up memories of his glory days. >> oh, wow! >> reporter: on saturday, it was vintage tiger woods landing shots inches from the hole. >> how about that? >> reporter: sinking signature putts to keep himself in the hunt. the strong showing is a welcome sign for anyone concerned that this accidental tripping on friday would throw off tiger's game. >> it happens. i have been run over by galleries before. it's all good. >> reporter: his impressive round comes exactly 22 years
after he won his first masters title. >> there it is, a win for the ages! >> reporter: when he became the youngest to do so at just 21 years old. tiger isn't out of the woods yet. he's two shots off the lead. if he wins it will be his first major in nearly 11 years and it would put him one win away from tying the all-time pga record for tour wins. that record is currently 82 held by sam snead. tiger's right on his heels. he's never come behind to win a major, but there's a first time for everything, right. fans are certainly hoping so. >> anything can happen. thank you. >> diane, thank you very much. we do have a break in the decades' old murder case involving the area of the texas killing fields. how groundbreaking technology has now identified two women killed more than 25 years ago plus a carjacking leads to a high speed chase and a shoot-out. how one sheriff's deputy came within an inch of losing his
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just after 7:00 last night. the pepper spray was used during a fight involving five to ten young people. they left before police arrived. about 25 to 30 people became sick. turning to weather now, the bay area forecast with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> the low clouds from the peak. looking at the cooler day due to the onshore flow. 51 in mountainview. the camera, gorgeous out there with theistrate us. the low clouds. it will be breezy at the coast. 52 later at concord. later today, about 70 in the inland valleys. low 60s with the wind at the coast and the accu-weather
and turned moments into memories. with flights, hotels, activities and more for your florida vacation, expedia has everything you need to go. welcome back to "gma" on this sunday morning. we're following several things happening right now. severe weather turning deadly as more than 80 million americans from florida to new york, are at risk for the next 24 hours. at least 13 reported tornadoes in four states tearing off roofs and leveling homes. flames erupting at a school and a university on lockdown. the severe storm system also bringing damaging winds and flash flooding. also right now, christians around the world are celebrating palm sunday. pope francis marking the beginning of holy week with a mass at the vatican this morning beginning with a procession and the blessing of the palms ceremony.
the pontiff urging the tens of thousands of followers gathered there to practice humility. and maiden voyage, the world's largest airplane successfully conducted its first test flight over the mojave desert in california. the six-engine aircraft, wingspan wider than a football field is the brain child of the late microsoft co-founder paul allen. it's designed as a launch pad to send satellites into space. really cool. >> amazing to look at, that's for sure. >> not good for a new york to boston flight. otherwise cool. we do want to turn now, though, to a break in a decades' old mystery murder in one texas town. women found in the infamous killing fields, never identified until now. abc's zachary kiesch is here. how did investigators figure out who these women are? >> reporter: good morning to you. it's called snapshot dna phenotyping. the technology has given detectives key insights into victims' genealogy in determining who they are which
until now it's been unknown. >> it's a huge comfort today to finally have real name. >> reporter: jane and janet doe for decades that's how they have been know. but tomorrow, after 25 years of investigations and the use of genetic genealogy, the public is learning their identities. authorities are already notifying the two victims' families of the discovery. >> when all this started, it was emotional. you know, we hoped for the best. it just didn't turn out that way. >> reporter: the remains were found in what has been dubbed the texas killing fields, a stretch of land where bodies were discovered since the 1970s. the body of heidi was found in the field in 1984. two years later, they discovered jane doe's remains in the same area. the same day, as the body of tim miller's 16-year-old daughter laura. >> i have been out here hundreds of times and cried gallons of tears. >> reporter: janet doe's remains also found in this field in
1991. no arrests have ever been made in the deaths of these four women. >> i would come out here at 2:00 in the morning. i would come here at noon. i wanted to see who was coming in and out. >> reporter: these notorious fields even inspired a 2011 film. >> she's in the fields, she's as good as gone. >> reporter: many are hoping this remarkable breakthrough will lead to more answers. including author kathryn casey. she chronicled the murders in her true crime book, "deliver us." >> knowing who they are may aid in the investigation of trying to find their killer. >> police will hold a press conference monday announcing the names and hopefully bringing some closure to these families who have been through so much. >> the new technology has been extraordinary as well. some of the things with genetic genealogy and dna wondering if that can come into play now. could come into play. >> absolutely. >> zachary, thank you. time now for weather and rob
marciano. he's in central park, for the "shape" women's half marathon. rob, you're watching severe weather including some that could make its way up to the north. >> we'll get the marathon in no problem. overnight, new york city will get some rumble of thunder. the biggest action is across the south right now, through alabama, now getting in through georgia, and they just expanded the thunderstorm or tornado watch that now includes atlanta. you see that line rumbling east quite quick. some of the storms are moving 50, 55 miles per hour. mentioned the snow on the backside, timing it out. we see several clusters of convection that could have damages winds from roanoke, to d.c., up into pittsburgh and scranton. the morning rush could be a bit good sunday morning to you. waking up to some fog at the coast. it will be breezy there, partly cloudy this afternoon. low 60s by noontime.
low 70s inland. >> all right, that weather segment sponsored by wayfair. here they are, sara haines and amy robach. >> are you supposed to be jumping? >> probably not. >> you probably shouldn't be. hey, guys. the baby shouldn't be jumping yet. "shape" magazine women's half marathon. you're hosting this year. >> amy hosted last time. i agreed to run. this time i'm hosting and she always runs. it wasn't a question. >> no other reason, obviously. >> well, i'm with child. >> nothing to see here. >> i'm carb loading for these many runners. i'm selfless. i'm a good person. >> you're a team player. this is one of the largest all-women marathon in the country. >> that's why it's so fun. what a beautiful day, by the
way, here in central park. we're so lucky. >> thank you for that. >> looking around and just seeing women of all ages, from all over, running together in solidarity. there's something that makes you feel proud to be a woman when you're running the "shape" women half marathon. >> it's the 16th year of this. >> a huge success. it's empowering. for a father that has a daughter i'm psyched for her. i'm psyched for you guys doing this. have you been training? >> i did 12 miles last week. this is another mile faster. >> last year she didn't trained and just did it. >> and i almost like stumbled over the finish line, hyperventilating. i'm not doing that this time. >> you're a little bit more ready? fantastic. good luck to you and good luck to hosting. i know you're going to crush that. >> inspire us, please. >> i'm eating. i'm getting ready. >> this is off of your flea market flip episode. that's airing today. >> back-to-back. >> hgtv starting at 10:00 a.m.
then 11:30 with our show. >> mine is at 11:00. >> get it right, rob. >> dvr, watch it. run the half marathon with these guys next year. good luck, guys. >> thank you. >> back inside to you. >> aren't they beautiful? we're missing out being there with them. we're going to join them, we're going. we're going. >> we're going to do the carb loading. >> i like the way you think, my friend. coming up on "gma," galaxy far, far away, turns out, it's closer than you think. we got an inside look at everything "star wars." from galaxy's edge, the theme park attraction, to a new video game, new tv series. also ahead -- shocking video. a deputy's hat shot off his head. the amazing story of survival. the amazing story of survival. amazing story of survival.
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to a ground as a bullet grazes his forehead. the barrage of bullets went flying across this busy florida highway in broad daylight friday. >> are you okay? >> yes. i got hit in the head with a bullet. >> with what? >> with a bullet. >> reporter: deputies were on the hunt for 30-year-old phillip marsh after he allegedly carjacked this white truck from a woman at gun point. video shows him speeding down the highway, trying to make his get away. the suspect jumping out of the truck, dodging a police vehicle. he points a firearm at his head before turning and open firing at the officers. one of those bullets piercing sergeant tom dane's hat, brushing his forehead. officers rushing to help the sergeant. >> slow down. >> i'll get my first aid >> reporter: sergeant dane somehow able to walk away with
just a minor wound. >> the bullet enters the bottom of his cap. strikes him in the skull and comes out of top of his hat. a millimeter lower and he's dead. >> in that exchange the suspect was shot several times, later dying at the hospital. authorities say, he had threatened suicide by cop before. now the deputies involved were placed on paid administrative leave while the department investigates. guys, what a close call for that deputy. the sheriff said he's thankful sergeant dane will be back at work real soon. dan? >> incredible. thank you so much. really appreciate your reporting this morning. and coming up on "gma," we'll take things to a little bit of lighter zone. we've got "star wars" scoop for you. we have an inside look at galaxy's edge, to a new series, to a game. and the last season starts, who oddsmakers think will triumph in "game of thrones." back in a moment. >> winter is coming. coming. you're going to be seeing a lot more of him now. -i'm not calling him "dad." -oh, n-no.
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♪ "good morning america" is sponsored by geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. all right, time for "pop news." what's popping? >> lot of things are popping today. we'll start things off with a star-studded surprise at coachella. d.j. snake was closing out his set friday night when this happened.
♪ ♪ you're looking at cardi b. and selena gomez hitting the crowd with an unexpected performance of "taki taki." this is especially exciting because selena has not performed live in almost a year. she's had a lot of health complications. this is huge to see her back on stage. and now, it's time to turn "p.o.p. news" into g.o.t. news. tonight is the long awaiting premiere of "game of thrones". maisie williams tweeting what looks like an updated version of her character's kill list -- joffrey, cersei, liam payne, the hound. just one problem. until now liam payne isn't a character on "game of thrones". he's a singer in one direction. liam tweets back, is this a kill list? should i be worried? no response from williams. >> no response? that's even worse. >> one of the characters
previously on her kill list is ilian payne. this could be a bad case of autocorrect or she really doesn't like one direction. >> so funny. one actor wrote back, omg. that's all we know. >> she's still upset about the break up of the band. >> it's possible. now that march madness is over, "game of thrones" is giving us a new thing to bet on. who will win the iron throne? uk book maker has the best odds on bran stark. predicted to win 10-11. followed by jon snow and any child of jon snow. followed by daenerys targaryen. sansa stark, 11-2. and gendry, 7-1. last on the list is sir davos at 70-1. as we know with this show, anything can happen. >> place your bets. finally, if you're panicking right now thinking who are these people? i can't remember what's happening on this show. our world news now is refreshing our memories with an epic "game
of thrones" newscast and one of the anchors may look familiar. welcome back to tnn. throne news now. i'm ken moton. guardon of the overnight. >> dragon queen of insomniacs. >> they had a polar bear attack, a white walker weather report, a zombie paternity test. >> mother morning news here am i. thanks for watching, everybody. we'll see you next weekend. that was really cool. everybody. we'll see you next weekend. good morning, everyone. happening today, east bay congressman eric swalwell will hold a campaign rally in his hometown of dublin. he announced last week on "t th late show with stephen colbert" that he will run for president. the democrat plans to make gun
violence a central issue in his campaign. he's wasted no time hysterectomying thysterectomy i -- hitting the campaign trail. the event starts at 2:00 at his ma mater, dublin high school. happening tonight, the sharks hope to take a one-game lead over the vegas golden knights in round one of their playoff series. the sharks will host a watch party at s.a.p. center in san jose. festivities start at 5:30. there will be activities to benefit the sharks foundation along with a lap shot board of health and food trumps. bring the blankets to watch the game on a giant l.e.d. screen. best of seven is tied at a game apie apiece. the puck drops tonight. chris, the coast, upper elevations feeling the wind and the visibility reduced on the coast at three miles. you can see low clouds, also mild visibility santa rosa. the camera shaking here, mt. tam. look at that low clouds deck just forming in the past hour or so. 49, san francisco. 52 in san jose.
this is the east bay hills camera. yes, low clouds stacking up. 56 for you in vacaville with breezy winds. we're going to see changes today in the form of cooler temperatures. increasing high and mid-level clouds. overall, partly cloudy, 65 in oakland. 67 in richmond. and santa cruz. a cooler day, but we will reach the 70s from livermore to san jose and the accu-weather seven-day forecast, sun, clouds, cooler days with the breezy winds today. then rain arrives tomorrow in the afternoon. the evening commute will be wet. by tuesday, looking at some temperatures warming up. >> thanks. thanks to you for joining us. "this week with george stephanopoulos" is next.
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