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hd 5 hd 5 good morning, america. donald trump and hillary clinton release new details about their health, but is it enough? trump only shares his details with dr. oz. as he takes a swipe at clinton's stamina. >> you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? >> plus new information about hillary's recent illness as she returns to the campaign tr up in flames, the new video of a samsung phone exploding at a restaurant as the government says it's now investigating more models of the popular phone. samsung firing back overnight. breaking right now, capturing a suspected serial killer. a woman's terrifying 911 call as she's trapped with the suspect. >> i've been abducted. >> desperately pleading for help, the killer sleeping just feet away. >> is there any way you can get out of the building?
him, and i'm scared. >> the dramatic rescue and what police discovered on the scene. and this amazing rescue caught on a body camera. a driver trapped in a burning pickup. >> he can't get out. >> police and good samaritans jumping into action trying to put out the flames and pry open the door. we hear from the heroes this morning. and good morning, america. boy, all week long this presidential campaign dominated by questions about the candidates' health. that is what's in the spotlight this morning. >> hillary clinton's doctor releasing a two-page update about her condition, of course, coming after that pneumonia diagnosis. >> and on the flip side, donald trump, he sat down with dr. oz in front of his live audience and gave details from his medical records, as well.
we'll see what's in it later today. team coverage from all the angles. this new national poll shows the race tightening, five-point spread with 54 days to go and tom llamas has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. for days donald trump has largely stayed away from hillary clinton's health issues but overnight trump questioned clinton's stamina. this as trump says he'll release his physical results but that hasn't happened yet. we're likely to learn today more about one of the biggest mysteries from the campaign trail, donald trump's health. >> why not share your why not -- >> well, i have really no problem in doing it. i have it right here. should i do it? i don't care. should i do it? [ applause ] it's two letters. one is the report and one is from lenox hill hospital. >> may i see them? >> yeah, sure. >> the republican nominee deciding to share the results of his physical first on a talk show before releasing any of the documents to the public. >> i was surprised. i looked at them and tried to
if he was my patient they're good for a man of his age. >> audience members from the episode which airs later today say trump acknowledged he needs to lose weight. >> if elected at age 70, you'll be the oldest person to ever enter the oval office. why do you think you have the stamina for the job? >> yeah, just about the same age as ronald reagan and hillary is a year behind me. i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> reporter: trump later discussing hillary clinton's health at a rally in ohio. >> she's lying in bed gettin we want her back on the trail, right? we want her back on the trail. >> reporter: but then questioning her stamina. >> i don't know, folks. you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? i don't know. >> reporter: but trump learning there are some places you can't attack hillary clinton. like in church. a pastor in flint telling trump to change his tune. >> everything she touched didn't work out. nothing. now hillary clinton -- >> mr. trump, i invited you here to thank us for what we've done
speech. >> oh, oh, oh. okay. okay. that's good. then i'm going to go back on flint. >> that pastor later defended trump when some started heckling him. he was invited there to discuss the water crisis. >> she wanted civility in her home. okay, tom, thanks very much. >> she handled it so well. hillary clinton set to return to the campaign trail today after battling pneumonia and with questions swli health she is releasing more medal records and cecilia vega is in chappaqua, new york, where hillary has been resting. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning to you. she is releasing more medical information. she's not releasing her full medical records but her campaign now says that the voters know nearly more about hillary clinton than anyone else in public life. hillary clinton's longtime physician gave her a clean bill of health saying the 68-year-old nominee is fit to serve as president of the united states. the two-page medical update comes after that pneumonia
collapse at the 9/11 memorial. dr. lisa bardack says a recent physical exam was normal and that clinton is recovering well with antibiotics and rest. clinton is also taking other medications including for her thyroid and allergies. her doctor says her heart is healthy and that she is, quote, in excellent mental condition. on the campaign trail in her place, hero bill, told supporters clinton is feeling great after coming down with the flu. >> it's crazy time when people think there's something unusual about getting the flu. last time i checked millions of people were getting it every year. >> an aide later saying the former president misspoke. clinton's campaign under pressure to release more details about her health in the wake of that pneumonia diagnosis which her team kept secret for two days. >> i'm feeling great. feeling great.
chelsea said even she was in the dark. >> i didn't even know she had pneumonia until she came over to my apartment so i think the fact that she didn't even tell me and i talk to my mom every day and i'm fiercely close to her, is -- pretty much reveals she thought it wasn't a big deal, and that she could keep going. >> reporter: clinton's running mate tim kaine calls the scrutiny over her health a double standard. her campaign says she's been spending her time at home sharpening her final arguments of this campaign. we'll hear them when she hits the trail headed to north carolina and washington. >> we'll bring in dr. richard besser and take a closer look at the candidates' medical information, both of them. we saw hillary clinton releasing more of her medical information. you've seen it. what's your sense? >> you know, it wasn't medical records. it was a medical report. but when you combine what was released last summer with what was released now, you get a pretty detailed picture of her medical condition. you know her family history. you know the medical problems that she's had over time, how
medications she is on. then in this report, you get the follow-up on some of those critical issues. you know she had another ct scan after her clot and that her brain looked normal. you have follow-up on her pneumonia, on her thyroid condition. it's the kind of detailed report as a doctor i would expect to receive from another doctor who is referring me a patient and it's enough for me to assess the statement by her campaign she's fit to be president. >> and as we heard she's going to be back on the campaign trail. we saw cecilia out in front of her in chappaqua where she's been resting. given the type of pneumonia, has she had enough rest? >> well, you know, as a doctor i always want my patients to stay home longer than they're willing to stay home. given that she's in the midst of a presidential campaign, i can understand her not staying home longer. we'll have to see what kind of energy she has when she gets out there. what they found on her -- when they evaluated her pneumonia they did a ct scan which is unusual for pneumonia and did
up on her heart and found her heart vessels were totally clear but they detected a small pneumonia in the middle part of one of her lungs. and so it's not a major pneumonia across all of her lungs. she is on anti-biotics for ten days, and we'll see how she's doing. >> we know donald trump went on dr. oz. hasn't aired yet but is there anything we can take away from what dr. oz said. >> what we heard from dr. oz, he believes donald trump is in great physical condition and had a lot of tests, an ekg, a colonoscopy. he's a little bit overweight but i want to see what's released publicly. what medical problems has he had over his life. how are they being managed? what medicines is he on? we'll see what comes out publicly. >> thanks very much. now let's bring in jon karl who will look at the latest polling. jon, it's pretty clear that donald trump has some momentum now.
and we see a consistent tightening of polls. >> this race is tightening. hillary clinton still has a lead but donald trump has the momentum. take a look at this new poll from quinnipiac university. hillary clinton with a five-point lead. but in this very same poll she had a ten-point lead just last month and when you factor in the third party candidates and they will be on the ballot, her lead evaporates. just two points within the margin of error, essentially a tie race. >> what's so important the electoral college in those battleground states where they're really fighting it out, and you have seen the same trend there as well. especially in the last two weeks, trump pulling ahead. >> absolutely. take a look at brand-new polls in two of the most important states, george. first of all, the state of florida. donald trump now up three points, that's within the margin of error but again with the momentum and then in the state of ohio, and we've seen this in several polls trump now with a five-point lead. now, the electoral map still favors hillary clinton, no
the battleground states, he needs to find a way to win a state that hillary clinton has a lead. the most likely, pennsylvania, but no republican has won pennsylvania since -- >> all the polls there show he's pretty well behind. mane meantime, we're getting some of these colin powell e-mails coming out and shows real irritation at hillary clinton. some disdain at times for bill clinton saves his fire for donald trump. >> here's a new one. on the issue of donald trump trying t support. he says, this is colin powell writing, "he takes us for idiots. he can never overcome what he tried to do with obama with his search for the birth certificate hoping to force obama out of the presidency. you don't fall for false sincerity, i hope." it may not surprise you, but donald trump is responding on twitter. saying this overnight about
i was never a fan of colin powell after his weak understanding of weapons of mass destruction in iraq equals disaster, we can do much better. >> back on twitter for donald trump. >> let's move on from politics now to the tropical depression, julia. currently off the coast of carolina but its effects being felt across the southeast. ginger, you're tracking it for us. what's going on? >> more than a half foot of rain fell in charleston, south carolina. see the damage in georgia. power lines and, of course, the trees down in folks' yards. look at this video out of jacksonville, florida, when that was moving through at its peak, gusts around 40 miles per hour. now it is all offshore, all of the convection out in the atlantic so that's great news because the flooding concern and wind has gone down, and you will still see that flood potential and rip currents up to the outer banks and hilton head as we go through it. it is continuing to move away so that is great news there but you know we're never quiet. the atlantic brewing up, another one, tropical depression 12 that could be with us in a week. we'll keep an eye on it. >> i am keeping my eye on it. i know that. thank you, ginger. now new concerns about samsung's smartphones after reports more models may have
with more on the story and, good morning, david. what's going on with these phones? >> reporter: we are seeing videos and reports pop up of other samsung phones burning or exploding and while the south korean electronics giant has been slow in offering information, it did respond overnight to these new reports. for the first time this morning we see a samsung phone bursting into a smoky, fiery mess according to the owner. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: and that florida driver believes his samsung started burning in the passenger seat. >> the phone was plugged in then i see flames come up. >> reporter: but these are not the galaxy note 7. we have seen dozens of explosions and fires on nightstands and cars of those phones, even the company is telling consumers to power the note 7s down until they're replaced. but does samsung have a broader battery problem? this morning the consumer product safety commission says it's looking into some of the
a man in california filed a lawsuit in new jersey saying it was a galaxy s7 that burned his leg after it burst into flames in his pocket and a student at asu says his galaxy s6 exploded in his pocket. we asked samsung if there is a wider problem. overnight, a spokesperson says, suggestions of samsung's problems going beyond the note 7 are not true and says the battery problem is limited to that note 7. in south korean company offered an apology and a time line for replacements even cash payments. but that was apparently only for customers in south korea. so when we asked samsung, would it print an apology in the u.s. and whether those remedies in south korea would apply to american customers, the company repeated its statement that it has been working with the consumer product safety commission. that's all they're saying. we have a lot more information if they'd declared an official government recall here in the u.s. george, and they still have not done that. >> okay, no apology yet. david kerley, thanks very much. we move on to breaking news overnight.
woman trapped by a serial killer in ohio, he was sleeping just feet away. officers were able to make the rescue, and mara schiavocampo here with the story. >> reporter: george, good morning. an amazing rescue there. officials saying that man may be responsible for at least three deaths. that 911 caller could very well have become another victim if not for moving quickly to pick up the phone leading police right to the suspect. >> i've been abducted. >> reporter: overnight, police re that helped catch a possible serial killer in ashland, ohio. >> does he have a weapon? >> he's got a taser. >> reporter: that's a woman being held against her will in a vacant home desperately pleading for help. >> are you tied up now? >> yeah, but i kind of freed myself. >> reporter: through whispers the terrified woman leads police to this man, 40-year-old shawn grate. >> is there any way you can get out of the building? >> i don't know without waking him, and i'm scared.
victim grate had fallen asleep and that's when see took a chance getting ahold of his phone and calling 911. all while he was just a few feet away. >> no, i'm in the bedroom with him. >> reporter: minutes later police arriving on the scene. >> if you think you can get out, you need to get out. >> not unless they were right here. he would hear me, catch me and he's strong. >> reporter: they enter the home to find two bodies inside and the 911 caller miraculously unharmed. >> where is he? >> that's him sleeping. >> he's still sleeping? >> reporter: police waking him and taking him into custody. he has a long criminal history. now, a third body was found in a home nearby and prosecutors say grate has already confessed to killing a woman in june. now, the woman who called police told them she had known grate for about a month which is how she was able to give them his name. tell them exactly who she said
that. >> heard her voice on the call. so brave to take that risk. more fallout from the wells fargo scandal. >> that's right, the justice department investigating sales tactics at wells fargo. subpoenas have been issued. criminal or civil charges are possible and this comes after bank employees opened as many as 2 million phony accounts in customers' names to meet sales goals and earn bonuses. the bank is already being fined $185 million. some frightening moments for customers at this jewelry store in houston. four thieves rushed in, shattered the cases with hammers and then made off with millions of dollars in jewels. this all happened in just 40 seconds. police say they could be part of a gang pulling off heists across the country. well, new backlash against north carolina's so-called bathroom law that limits protections for lgbt people. the atlantic coast conference is following the ncaa and moving its championships out of the state. that includes the football conference title game.
creating the first marine monument in the atlantic ocean. this move will protect the undersea canyons and peaks, 130 miles southeast of cape cod home to a wide range of species, commercial fishing will be banned in that area. and overseas a bizarre site in china. take a look at this giant balloon in the shape of the moon it broke loose during an autumn festival. winds sent it rolling down the streets bouncing over cars. a woman on a bike barely escaped the balloon's path. despite the chaos and at have happened, incredibly no one was injured. a lot to be thankful for there but finally gratitude may not be what it used to be. a new survey finds we say thank you about 2,000 times a year, but only mean it about half the time. our fast-paced lives have us saying it out of habit than sincerity. younger people were found to say it less. i don't care if you mean it, fake it till you make it.
they measure whether it's sincere? >> people admitted they don't really feel gratitude when they say it. >> okay. >> you know what, amy, thank you. ginger -- >> i notice i go too far. i go with the thank you so much and i realize that was really overdone. oh boy. let's talk about that typhoon, meranti. it will go down in the record books as one of the strongest windwise in recorded history and see the ships moving. 55-foot w that, and i wanted to show you video quickly. i don't know if we can get to that. yes. midtown, he gets knocked down and gets up. now we have another one. looks like we have another one, but it looks like another one will turn and actually head more towards japan. the coolest cities now brought
for posting embarrassing pictures on facebook. >> ooh, a lot of parents are watching that. plus, the ultimate football win, a team taking a knee instead of going for victory. you know, we're going to tell you why they did it when we come back on our big board. >> good sportsmanship there. r. but she always told me i don't care what happens. i don't care if you turn out to be a great athlete or whatever sometimes i call the house just to hear her voice. (phone ringing) answering machine: hi you've reached the fitzgerald, leave a message after the beep. (beep) hey mom this is larry. i just want to let you know that uh, i fulfilled the promise that you held me to. i wouldn't be able to do it without your love and support. and all the values you taught me and marcus growing up.
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her battle with pneumonia as donald trump is set to reveal details about his own medical history to dr. oz today. tropical depression julia hit the southeast with winds over 40 miles an hour, heavy rain, 6 inches, now a fear of flooding along the coast. and also this morning, get ready for an explosion of color on the football field. it is thursday night football and the nfl the rolling out new color rush uniforms. twitter, everybody on twitter is having a field day. everybody comparing them from barney to power rangers to skittles and, you know, maybe we can wear some of those up here one day. >> all for a good cause. >> all for a good cause. they do a lot of good things with the nfl for other causes. >> at 7:30. >> excuse me. g-men and the saints play this weekend. giants/saints. my team, your team, friendly wager. >> whatever you want to do, robin. whatever you want to wager,
wager. that's what we can do. >> i walked right into that. >> you'll take my percentage. >> there you go. we'll begin now with the latest in that hot car murder trial where a father is accused of killing his child after leaving him in a sweltering car for hours. amy, you have been tracking the case. it's been going through jury selection for a second time. so hard to find impartial jurors. >> that's right. so many know about justin ross harris fighting for his freedom. could get life in prison if he loses. he claims he's just like dozens of other parents this year alone who simply forgot that their children were still inside their cars. well, now his attorneys are hoping they can find an impartial jury to hear his side. >> children being left in hot cars. >> 5-year-old found dead inside a car. >> reporter: it's the heart breaking case splashed across
his 22-month-old son, cooper, in june of 2014. accused of intentionally leaving him in a hot car while he went to work. back in april, a judge ruled that jurors from the atlanta area were too biased against harris and agreed to move it 300 miles away to the other end of the state. >> to say that the juror questionnaires show a pervasive knowledge and extreme opinions that are negative to the defendant is, frankly, an understatement. >> reporter: now this morning for a second time, the process of finding 12 impartial jurors who haven't already opinion on this high-profile case is under way. >> rules about conduct. >> reporter: today lawyers are closely questioning three panels of 36 potential jurors asking them about their knowledge of the case. social media habits, and even if they are familiar with the hyundai tucson, the type of suv harris owned when his son died inside it. the 35-year-old is pleading not guilty saying this was a tragic accident. witnesses say he seemed genuinely upset when he discovered the child at the end of the workday. >> he kept saying what have i
what have i done? >> reporter: his ex-wife leanna who filed for divorce earlier this year says harris is not a murderer. >> it's important for her and cooper's memory that his father didn't intentionally harm him, that this was an accident and that his father and his mother loved him immensely. >> reporter: but prosecutors say he was living a double life and say that while his son was dying outside, harris was sexting with a 16-year-old and at least one other woman. >> while that baby was out there, he was showing pictures people. >> reporter: and jury selection in this case is expected to last two weeks. the trial is scheduled to begin on october 3rd. george. >> okay, let's talk about that with our legal team, dan abrams, nancy grace, the heavy of "nancy grace" on hln. you saw in amy's piece sexting, the prosecutors will bring up and the fact that harris was researching hot car deaths. >> i think those are two very
right? when it comes to the sexting i don't think that should be the make or break issue in this case. that's what prosecutors say is the motive, but that makes him a bad guy. i mean, this guy is a tough guy to defend. regardless of what you think, he was a bad guy. the most incriminating evidence against him is where he was on the internet. but in this case, be careful. listen carefully when the evidence comes in about whether he was actually searching for particular topics or whether he ended up clicking on certain topics because he ended up there via a reddit -- nancy, you don't between -- >> dan, listen. okay? don't quote me on this, but i love it when you say things like nap like somehow on your computer it's just going to pop up all on its own. how hot does it have to be for a child to die in a hot car? >> let me explain to you, nancy. there are certain things about the internet you apparently don't understand, okay. so let's say, for example, you're on reddit.
other people post links about things and you click on them. that doesn't mean that you searched for each of those things. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. okay, you know what, i agree with you, but i think the evidence is going to show an intentional typing in of the characters, not just how does a hot death occur? what do you need to be careful of? but if you look at the probable cause warrant written by the police, their words are that h to be? words to that effect. >> no, it's not -- >> for a child to die in a hot car, no, i said words to the effect. does it need to be -- another thing, dan, that morning, that morning he stopped at chick-fil-a with his child. they go in, everybody sees him in there with the baby. i drove it myself. it's less than two minutes from there to where he gets out of the car. what? the baby's right there in a rear-facing child seat.
two minutes have passed. the baby is awake. how can he forget the baby? then he goes back to the car at lunch. i would argue to make sure the baby is dead and actually opens the door, it's caught on video. throws in lightbulbs and leaves. how could he not know his baby is in there? >> i would distinguish again, this will offend nancy i'm distinguishing between things but -- >> second verse same as the first. >> between those two things which is number one i think nancy is right about the chick-fil-a issue which is takes child to breakfast, two minutes later is at work. and suddenly forgets. tough fact for him. the lunch thing which became a huge issue for people -- >> 90 seconds. >> which is the idea he came back to check on the child -- i think the video in this case will demonstrate he actually just threw the lightbulbs in looking at his cell phone. it's not going to be a big issue. tough case for the defense though.
>> second verse same as the first, i haven't heard that in a long time. going old school on us. michael, what's coming up on the big board? >> what's coming up on the big board, robin, is oversharing. parents, beware, the teen suing her mom and dad for posting embarrassing childhood photos on facebook. do you know how many parents are going, you better not, kid? yards away from their first win and they chose to take a knee to sacrifice victory. we're going to tell you why they the it and our insiders will join us in just two minutes. look at them, on the board all early in the morning looking beautiful, all of you. get your fall fix with huge deals right now at lowe's.
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time hearing it? >> first time. second verse same as the first. >> welcome back. time for our learn something new every day on the big board. our team of insiders standing by live for more on this morning's top stories. sunny hostin here at the table. >> hello. >> how much do we love it when someone is here at the table especially when it's sunny. we'll talk to you about your story in a moment. let's start with increasing concerns over e-mail security
secretary of state, powell's account has been hacked. 30,000 e-mails are stolen and our good friend from "shark tank" robert herjavec will join us to talk about it. i guess you're still a newlywed, right, robert? we can say that, correct? >> absolutely, it's been six weeks. >> all right. >> congratulations. >> yes, yes, yes. >> oh, thank you very much. >> you're looking good this morning. okay -- >> why, thank you. >> you're very welcome. the gmail account, millions of us have that. can more be done to protect us, robert? >> well, the first of all, it's not your private e-mail when it's on gmail. it's a public e-mail account and people have to realize this. when you're accessing a public e-mail system from a public wi-fi, the keyword is public. anybody can be hacked. >> you know what, we said it numerous times here on the show. change your password. what you're always told. is there something more you can do.
my dog is lola. anybody can figure it out. use phrases like i like football. i like to dance, one, two, three, phrases are more difficult to hack and a lot of e-mail systems today allow you a two-factor authentication, where they send you a text with a code in order to access your e-mail. it's a hassle but worth the extra security. >> definitely worth it. thank you, robert. >> same verse -- i'll use that one. all right, rob now to a story that will make you rethink posting photos of your kids online. for all of us who have kids. a tanlereenager is suing her parents for sharing embarrassing childhood photos of her on facebook. she said they did it without her consent. she's 18 now, sunny. you were here to help us with this. so, does she have a case? >> i think she does. listen, it's in austria, not in the united states but they've been posting pictures without her consent for seven years.
talking about photos of her being changed in a diaper. potty training photos. really just, you know, private photos and she has asked them to stop repeatedly and they won't do it so in order to get some relief she went to court and i think we may be seeing those kinds of cases here in the united states, as well. >> how is it in the u.s. right now about it. >> i always say our laws haven't really caught up with technology but it's evolving so this theory hasn't been tested in court but looked up one survey, and check this on average, parents will post almost 1,000 photos of their children online before the child turns 5. >> a thousand? >> 5 without their consent. i know for me i do post of my children but i ask them every single time. is this okay? is this okay? because there are real dangers, i think, involved with posting pictures of your children and don't you want your child to have their online content and
themselves? >> how to do they give consent if you are a year old? >> well -- that is true. as a parent you're sort of your child's surrogate. my children are older but, again, i think err on the side of caution. don't post pictures of your children especially when they're embarrassing, come on, people. >> this goes back to the wedding photos we had. the or other day. >> yes. >> we took the photos. we own it. as a parent you take the photos. the father's argue, he says i own it. >> you do but come on. 1,000 photos by the time your child is 5. out of control. >> you love your child, sunny. >> i do but it's too much. >> she's always showing us her latest picture. >> i know, i adore them. >> you're not always posting them. you're showing them. different. >> sharing them with friends. >> loving you on "the view." biby the way. >> thank you. >> you're killing it on "the view." >> thank you. to a real victory on the football team. a texas team on the verge of their first win of the season when a player from the opposing team is injured. airlifted from the game. so you know what? instead of going for a touchdown, going for the win,
former nfl player espn analyst jeff saturday joins us. always great to see you, jeff. this one gives me chills because especially football and in texas and it's a religion. >> yes, it is. >> it is, i mean football is a religion there. what does this -- how important is this story seeing them with their sportsmanship? >> well, what a great story and great way to start the morning of the you're talking about a team 0-2 and on the verge of their first victory and what a perspective from this coach and a lifeef team and the opposing team. you don't get those opportunities very often in sport and when you do, you love to see when a coach makes the right decision. he absolutely made the right call. he looked at a young man getting life-flighted and the other team on a knee praying for their teammate. # tears and looking at parents in the stands and his own team and looking at the guys who -- football is the last thing on their mind, what a great thing that this coach did when he said, you know what, we'll take a knee. the perspective here is this
going through right now and his family and teammates are way more important than this game and that's just such a great moment, and i'm so glad we're shining a good light, and this coach should be commended for it. >> thankfully the player is doing well. >> i love what you said, jeff, even though, jeff, i love his name jeff saturday but i did not like playing against him on a sunday. >> that is right. >> do you have any favorite moments of sportsmanship? >> lauren hill, the young woman battling the game up so she could play and the opposing players let her score and it was a real moment for her. she was a brave young woman. that was special. how about you? >> robert lewis, a team manager, had down syndrome and hit this monster three playing against his brother's team. hey, he's been around this team and helped them so much.
throw him in the game and maybe they should have sooner. this kid can shoot. >> i saw that. >> thank you, robert, sunny, jeff, thank you. coming up in two minutes the race to save a man in a burning car. you don't want to miss this. stay right there. you don't want to miss this. stay right there. the family favorite. yoplait. hey, jesse.
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allowing rescuers and bystanders to pry open the driver's side door. this morning, the rescued man, terry mccarney, remains in the hospital. recovering from nonlife-threatening injuries and his wife telling abc news the selfless sacrifice of these people should help restore faith in our fellow man. two children were on the school bus. thankfully they were not hurt nor was the driver charged with a moving violation. a very dramatic video. >> every time you see that, thanks for bringing it to us. coming up, dogs, "deals & steals" and the rock, we've got tracee ellis ross. we got it all live in our next hour here on "good morning america." >> saying it like that. >> thank you, thank you. say it >> thank you, thank you. in as few as two and a half days when used at the first sign. without it the virus spreads from cell to cell. only abreva penetrates deep and starts to work immediately to block the virus and protect healthy cells.
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good morning, a scene in phoenix after a deadly officer involved shooting. the police said they had to kill a suspect, one of two that were breaking they track the other to a stop sign and police say the man pointed a gun at them, forcing them to shoot. a bad accident here and part of the intersection is blocked off. police say a person walked across the street and was hit by a car. that person is expected to
any charges will be filed. a homeless man hit by a car and his belongings across the road here and no word on his condition. waking up to clear skies and cool temperatures here's in the 60s in some spots. we have warmed back up to the 70s in other areas. we have a warm day with the low average highs here, highs in to th today. phoenix up to 96 today and tomorrow. then the 100s come back and the storm chance early next week. we'll see a desert drive time here of 10 minutes from the 101 and the 17 and the 51.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. clinton and trump both released medical records. what the doctors' reports reveal as clinton prepares to head back on to the trail after that bout with pneumonia. parenting alert. could you be a victim of a virtual kidnapper? the new scam preying on parents. >> mom, you've got to help me. you've got to do what they say. >> and threatening your children. how you could be making it easier than ever to end up a victim. ? our house ? get ready to rock. dwayne johnson joining us live with a world premiere sneak peek at the fearless disney teen hero. >> did not see that coming. >> get ready for moana and maui this morning as we say --
>> good morning, america. >> who could top that? >> good morning, america! well played. well played. good morning, america. it's great to have dwayne johnson and tracee ellis ross, they're both here live with us this morning. and let's go back to dwayne there. all those dancers in hawaii. it's really early. >> doing this. doing this. >> i worry about him. he needs to work out more. >> you're right, lara. >> he's letting himself go. >> yeah. >> he is. >> who is not letting herself go, of course, becky worley. she's not letting those dogs go either. there they are with gio benitez out cleaning nico. and this is all part of our buy it and try it series. >> i love this series. today we're trying out some of the most popular infomercial pet products including the woof washer. that is what it's called. the woof washer. >> say that five types. >> woof washer, woof -- we're going to try them and see how they work live. plus, it's thursday. that means "deals & steals," everybody.
big bargains on great things for your pets and your home and the best thing about it, it's all 50% off. >> so we have a lot coming up. let's get the morning rundown from amy. >> all right, good morning, guys, and the big story this morning, hillary clinton returning to the campaign trail after her bout with pneumonia. this comes as we learn new details about both clinton and trump's medical conditions and abc's cecilia vega is with the clinton campaign with the latest. cecilia. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. hillary clinton heads to north carolina and washington today after three days off the trail resting at home here in chappaqua after that pneumonia diagnosis and sunday's near collapse at the 9/11 memorial and mounting questions about her health. clinton's campaign released a two-page medical update. her longtime doctor said a recent physical exam was normal and that clinton is recovering well with antibiotics and rest. clinton is also taking other medications including for her thyroid and allergies. her doctor says her heart is healthy and that she is, quote,
clinton's running mate tim kaine called the scrutiny over her health unfair. >> i definitely think there's a double standard that's being applied, and i think it's -- i don't know -- i don't -- i'm not going to say this is all because of her gender. >> reporter: and clinton's doctor declared the 68 nominee, quote, fit to serve as president of the united states. amy. >> all right, cecilia, thank you. donald trump also offering new information about his health releasing details from his latest medical exam to dr. oz who said thees for a man trump's age. trump also acknowledged he is 236 pounds and needs to lose some weight but he took a swipe at clinton's stamina last night claiming she couldn't even stand up for an hour at a rally. meanwhile, a small boost for libertarian candidate gary johnson. a top newspaper in battleground state state of new hampshire is endorsing johnson breaking its 100-year republicans. backing well, some breaking news from the crisis in syria. the united nations says despite a cease-fire, humanitarian aid
the 250,000 people trapped with little food and safety in that area is still a major concern. well, new concerns now about phones made by samsung. the federal government is investigating whether models other than the galaxy note 7 are also at risk of catching fire. police in florida are investigating whether a galaxy s7 caused this car fire. but samsung is insisting the fire risk is limited to the note 7. and we have an update on those marathon runners in pennsylvania who were derailed barreled through the race route sunday delaying them by as much as nine minutes. the runners were all trying to qualify for the prestigious boston marathon, so they appealed to have their race times amended to account for those lost nine minutes, but guess what, boston marathon organizers say, sorry, no bending the rules. your finish time is your finish time. 95 runners tried to have their run times amended. no luck. >> come on. >> come on.
the full 9 minutes or just for 30 seconds or a minute so -- >> or nine hours. >> i would say run it over again but that's too much. >> no way. >> yeah, no way. >> thank you, amy. >> thanks, am. news that goes "pop." >> news that goes "pop," everybody. it is time and we're going to start with a little bit of nostalgia. you teased this earlier on the show. one of the most famous puppy love stories, britney and justin, they were cute on "the mickey mouse club" and became each other's first loves and then a bit of a tough breakup, all in the public eye and now they're playing a little cat and mouse game with fans. timberlake saying now that he is absolutely open to making beautiful music with spears again in the recording booth, that is. it was britney who originally broke the ice for a musical reunion giving a list of artists she'd like to work with during a fan q&a. she was mentioning artists, you
gwen stefani and, oh, justin timberlake. the reaction huge. former 'nsync teammate lance bass said it would be incredible and should absolutely be a dance number, and it will be a hit. it would be great to see them back together. >> like that. >> both still killing it out there. remember the scene "sex and the city," carrie bradshaw strutting her tough down the runway. didn't have time to pull it. >> stumbles -- runway roadkill. >> guess what, it really does happen. this is like every woman's worst nightmare. this is fashion week here in new york, and it happened to one of the hottest models of the moment at one of the biggest shows. bella hadid working her magic in the michael kors show, there she is, she turned a little too quickly in her 6-inch platforms right in front of the photographer section. always the pro, though, hadid shows why she was just named model of the year by "g." look at that. she looks up. she gives a smile to the cameras and struts like nothing ever happened. >> that's what carrie did.
>> don't you worry about that, angel. you worry about that on tv that we're running outside that we're going to fall. george, you know it's a real concern. >> well, you know the great thing is about this show, michael kors is talking. you're talking about his show now. >> well, yes. there you go. you're welcome. bella, great job. and then finally perhaps even more iconic than new york fashion week, bill murray, he's also in "pop news" today. amazing actor, great dad, so supportive of his son homer and so wanting his boy's restaurant which has just been made over in brooklyn to succeed that he will bartend this weekend and they are announcing it to all of you. tomorrow and saturday starting at 7:00 p.m. each night, the "caddyshack" legend will put his bartending skills to good use at 21 greenpoint owned by his son. the younger murray saying we want people to come in and have fun. just be nice. come in, walk in, be nice and he
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>> we're looking forward to that. but first that alert about a cyberthreat called virtual kidnapping. criminals claiming they've kidnapped your kids and demanding money. abc's abbie boudreau has one mom's frightening story. >> you want me to hang up on you? that's what you want? >> reporter: this is the voice of a man who calls himself a professional kidnapper. >> are you in your car? >> yes. >> honk your horn. i want to listen to your horn. >> reporter: he says he's kidnapped this woman's daughter and he wants only one thing. >> you know what kidnappers want. they want money. >> reporter: judy asked us to hide her identity to protect her family. she says a man called her cell phone first claiming he had her daughter. you thought you heard your daughter's voice. >> yes. she just kept saying, mom, you got to help me. you've got to do what they say. they're going to hurt me. i'm, you know, i -- i'm scared. i need your help. >> reporter: then he gave judy only 60 seconds to get in her car and drive to the bank.
>> reporter: it's a terrifying scam called virtual kidnapping. >> i heard my daughter crying. he says, you want me to cut off her fingers and send them to you? >> reporter: judy ran to her neighbor's house for help. >> her legs were shaking. her hands were shaking. she -- i knew she was completely out of control. >> reporter: but cheryl convinced judy to hang up and call 911, and the so-called kidnapper never called back. none of her daughters had been kidnapped. >> it was very, very cruel, and i mean it was, what, 2 1/2 hours. >> reporter: the fbi says virtual kidnapping is on the rise, and social media is making it easier than ever for criminals to know personal information about their victims. >> it's fairly easy today because of social media to figure out where people live. it's not give to figure out their phone numbers. >> reporter: judy says while she knows it was all just a hoax, she's still recovering. it was so real to you. >> i can't look back and laugh.
it was real. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, sacramento, california. >> oh, so chilling. joining us now is cybersecurity expert tyler cohen wood. we were riveted watching that piece of video by abbie. when you are looking at the ways, what are some of the ways and more of the ways that these virtual kidnappers are using social media to gain information about their victims? >> so, what they're doing is they're going through social media, and they're trying to build a pattern of life on you, your family and your children and where your loved ones are going to be at a certain period of time, and sometimes i think we don't realize just how much information we give away about ourselves on social media. >> can you give us an example of that? >> sure, a good example is you say, my daughter goes to dance
saturday, and you take photographs of her every saturday at that dance class. well, that gives a target fodder for going after that child. >> and this could be tough to investigate sometimes because so many of the scams originate overseas. >> and that is one of the biggest problems, because if some of the scams are happening in a country that will not work with the united states, well, the money is potti that you've wired over. >> so, if you are a victim and that person is on the phone, do you keep them on the phone, do you record it? what do you do? give us some tips of what we should do. >> so, what you want to do is the first thing you do is even though they say don't call law enforcement, you want to call law enforcement, you want to try to use another device to reach out to your loved ones, and it's also extremely important that
the ip address of the person who is threatening you, and you also ask questions such as, can i talk to my loved one, and oftentimes when you get these phone calls, it's going to come from a number that is not a number that you recognize. >> okay, tyler cohen wood, thank you very much. >> thank you, thank you. >> thank you very much. and coming up, let's take a look. there is merlin the cat getting groomed. very famous infomerciapr could change the way you do it. we're going to try it out next live.
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welcome back to "gma." it is so cool. this is bob and reba. they've been here. they're getting their 11th anniversary picture with robin. >> yes, ma'am. >> you've done it that many time, all right. you guys are amazing inside but outside is our big "buy it and try it live!" it's about to happen. we are so excited. the question is how well will some popular infomercial
well, ginger was right. time now for our "gma's" buy it and try it live! we're going to try out some of the most popular infomercial products on the market. >> we do want to say we have representatives from the companies standing by, as well as some adorable dogs. of course, they're all rescues. you know how we love people to rescue from the humane society of new york. and they are ready to try out these products. becky worley, gio benitez here to help us get started. >> let's get started. this is -- we know about the true touch glooming glove. makes me feel like dancing like michael jackson but we know this glove. let's look at the infomercial. >> you love your pets but hate
everywhere, on your clothes, your furniture, your floors. not anymore. introducing true touch, the amazing five-fingered deshedding glove that quickly and effectively removes all that shedding hair. >> now, becky, i have merlin the cat. you have roger, the dog over there. >> yes. >> now, we're going to -- just very simply we just -- >> you just pet. that's the idea these silicon nubs grab the hair as you pet the animal. you l nubs. >> i did. >> like a massage. >> what animal doesn't like being petted? and i can really see this because some animals are skittish about the brush and being groomed. but, you know, brushing roger for a little bit. the one thing i'm noticing, you can kind of peel this hair out but i'm not getting a ton of hair right now. it feels like there might be more efficiency especially for long haired dogs --
>> the undercoats and what have you. teresa is from the company and have you found that with longer haired dogs that maybe it's a little less efficient than the brush. >> it gets much more efficient. it has silicone which massages your pet. making them much more comfortable. >> that's just my experience. we're trying it live and seeing how it goes. >> absolutely. >> i tell you what, the animals look very comfortable. they're not minding at all. i think it's a success, actually. >> right. >> any excuse to pet an animal. if you get a little hair off them and off your clothes, why not. >> that's how much i love it. an lara? >> what i have is there's another product out there called the woof washer. have you seen this ad for the woof washer? take a look. >> rover loves to play, but he ends up filthy from the day. bathing is a struggle. and what a mess. introducing woof washer 360, the amazing dog washing system that washes your dog in less than one minute. >> so gio and becky are here with mico. and what's this guy's name?
>> well, the george out here is very dirty. >> he is. >> as you can see. i think we may even have added. why don't you show me how the woof washer works. >> here we go. we'll turn the woof washer on and now we're going to go ahead -- we'll do this -- we'll do it on him. okay, we're going to turn it on. now we're going to engage the soap. there we go. so this is in its sudsing mode. it seems to be falling off. not everywhere but you sort of turn it, i guess and there you go. it seems to be. >> basically the water is surrounding the dog and, becky, you're doing traditional. >> yeah. >> with al vin. >> i have mico who is a cairn terrier. he is a little bit longer haired dog. i'm a little skeptical how the long hair works. hey, gio, will you throw that thing over here? i want to see how it goes when i get this on him because i want to see if it gets the soap off here. you know, jack, i feel like i still have to kind of get in
jack. >> jack, what do you think about becky's thoughts? >> i think that she's doing a good job. i think the dog seems to be really enjoying the massaging jets. >> yeah. >> you know, it does do a good job getting underneath the dog. sometimes the dog's armpits can stay filthy. >> sometimes when you don't have have a lot of time to wash the dog, and they want out, so if you can have jets of water going in all directions. >> the adjustable arc definitely helps and get the increased maneuverability and get the undeoa underneath. >> gio and becky, you have done it again. >> you never cease to amaze us. >> i mean, yesterday they were lifting washing machines and today now this. >> you know what, great job, you guys. and we got to say thanks to the humane society of new york for bringing these pet, these beautiful animals are all up for
good morning, we have brand new details about the man intentionally targeting police officers according to police. he has a prior criminal history with fighting with police 20 years ago. he didn't ni and punched and kicked the officers. he got the charges reduced and only served one of two years for probation. immigration issues here and one that could settle a lawsuit that's been going on for years. there's going to be a meeting today. the topic today, development in a federal lawsuit against
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cigna. together, all the way. [ applause ] ? we are live, all the way live. happy friday eve, everybody. great crowd that we have. we're playing a little supremes because here. come on out. come on out. yes. yes. [ applause ] ? baby baby where did our love go ? >> i know. >> hi. all the love. >> mwah. >> hi. >> hi. >> tracee ellis ross is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> come on in. roll on in. >> we do love "black-ish." >> can't wait for the new
>> so excited. >> it's coming up. >> and playing the supremes because diana ross is, of course, your mother. >> yes, this week, last week, since i was -- that has not changed. >> we got a lot of big news to cover with you. before we do that, though, we want you to sit in on our panel with us and -- >> just go through topics. >> i'm here. let me just hold these. there you go. let me just -- >> want glasses too? >> oh, wow. >> feels very professional. >> yeah. >> this is what i'm bringing to the table today. kanye west is going off the cybergrid. he's taken to twitter and he said, he got rid of his phone so that he can, quote, have air to create. so we're asking would you guys here in our audience would you here at the desk would you go on a digital detox? >> i think that's very important. do you? >> yes. >> important and i think a great idea but not always easy to do
go radio silent. >> not complete but less. >> kanye will be able to create. he's a visionary and has his fashion line, music and feels with all that stream of communication coming in he simply can't output. >> so full on no phone or just no social immediatmediamedia. >> i take it off my phone over the weekend. i full on just like -- >> oh, that's smart. >> so you don't read what people -- >> so -- i feel like once if you start waking up in the morning and first thing you do is go on instagram, that needs to come off your phone. >> both my daughters. >> like a little break. >> i don't take it off the phone even though i've threatened myself to do it because i have woken up and gone to it but i do stay away from it as much as i can on the weekends and during the week sometimes. >> there's other things to do. >> even try to concern myself. >> ask the audience, would you do it? would you go on a trip and leave
[ applause ] >> we're a little mixed here. >> i follow you on social media. you post some great pictures. >> oh, thank you. i do love me some social media. i do love social media. you end up reading -- i look -- i do "the new york times" app and if you're not scrolling through on social media you find other -- >> we asked hur audience. for those who clapped could you please delete that right now? >> that challenge. and say, hey, i'm doing my instagram now. >> oh, wow. >> yeah, they're like -- >> they do post a lot. one of your daughter posts a lot and really well. she definitely is her mother's daughter. she's funny. >> you're not supposed to be seeing those. >> he's like -- >> no, she friended me. >> i'm friends. >> george is learning a lot. >> speaking of social media -- >> we're going to move on. olivia wilde check this out.
her second child with jason sudeikis and not happy on the subway. nbd, able-bodied riders who won't give your seat to a giant preggo. i'll just stand right next to your head and pray i go into labor. not happy about it at all. >> that is fascinating, though, isn't it? this is in new york on the subway. >> yeah, didn't see the exchange. did you see it? >> oh, it did. >> she -- >> we can't repeat some of it. >> oh, you mean -- some were annoyed she said that. >> yeah. >> really? >> it was an interesting dialogue. -- i was pretty surprised at the reaction. >> which made her annoyed and made the tweets get a little deeper. >> i see. >> nice way to put it. >> i wonder about you guys at home. when i take the subway, sometimes i just am not looking around. i'm sort of so focused and just kind of getting from at q" to "b," perhaps the person sitting there didn't really look down and notice because it could have
>> possible. >> it is possible. i am just playing devil's advocate. >> if there were no seats there were obviously a lot of people on the subway that couldn't see her. >> that's true. >> tracee, when you're right, you're right. >> that's why you're here. >> she's here right now but she's going to be at the emmys this weekend. >> me too. me too. >> yes, she is. we bow to you and all the nominations and so happy and proud for you. >> so exciting. >> we have to go back to woman in a lead role in a comedy series being nominated as you are. >> it does beg for a little bit of a ponder raance of what exac is happening. i think it's a question for a lot of people to ask themselves what that is about and why the stories are not being told and we're not being represented in a way that is a true reflection of how we are being out in the world. i think it's something to --
about your show, you get into issues like this. >> you do. >> you guys are doing your part. >> really pushing the dialogue and conversation which is great and your hubby on the show. >> anthony. >> oh, gosh, did you see him when he was announcing the nominees? let's just take a look. let's see again. >> anthony -- >> whoo! hi, momma. i know you're watching. hi, momma. >> spectacular. >> tracee ellis ross, "black-ish." >> nominations. >> for outstanding comedy series. >> cut to >> "black-ish." >> so i'm sitting at home watching and it was hilarious. i screamed -- when he said his name i was like a seal. i was like -- to myself and then when he got to my category i was going are they going with the ellis or the ross. oh, god. the es are done. and then my name came up and i jumped up, ran around my dining room table.
courtyard and was running around and then i was like, what am i doing? i have nowhere to go. call somebody. i was -- i left my body. i i was so excited. yeah, exactly. i was like, mom. >> and how sweet was your mom the way she -- did you see? >> yes, yes. i thought when i called her i woke her up. >> look at the ad she did. >> wow. >> that was from your momma. >> like the yearbook times 100. yeah, she took that out in hollywood reporter." >> you've been nominated for an emmy. you've got an image award. you are doing all these -- >> a couple of image awards. >> yes, statistically. oh! >> listen, no, no, you got to take it when it's there. >> she didn't tell you to step back. she told you to step back. >> get back, robin. i got five. >> what are you going to do next? are you going to disney world.
cast, "black-ish," the johnsons are going to disney world. could you please because i want to see it so badly. >> here we go. >> oh. >> okay, let's -- >> we're elderly so, you know, we'll just sit here and suffer while this nag enough sent parade goes by. >> i don't know how this day could get any worse. ? ? be our guest ? >> guy, fun in my life. that does not happen. you don't get to go on a float with mickey mouse. it was amazing. >> have you not seen that. >> no, i was dying to see it. listen, i couldn't turn around while we were filming because look at lawrence. laurence fishburne was having so much fun on that float, look at him. i turned around -- i turned around during one take and i was like, oh, my god, laurence
now. i can't. >> oh, my goodness. >> we're so proud of you. good luck with everything that's coming, the emmys and everything else and you got to come back and do this more often. >> i would love to. >> oh, thank you. >> get your cards and glasses next time. >> you got to get back on her. >> i got five. >> no, no, stay close. stay close. >> now we'll throw it over to ginger. >> we were all over here saying you know what it makes us like having tracee ellis ross like her thinking about her emmy, this is what i feel like this morning. that was so good. all right, so my friends from evansville, indiana, now that i fully scared you.
and we're celebrating our sponsor petsmart's 7 millionth adopted pet. take a look at daisy. she found her forever home and had her on the other day with the mckenzie family from staten island, new york. isn't she so sweet? this weekend is national pet adoption weekend at petsmart stores so petsmart is offering a free adopting pet parents kit. it's similar to the one we have at our table. just bring in your adoio papers to a local store and you'll receive that whole kit full of coupons, free service, tips, all that for your new pet. such an exciting morning. robin. >> i'm taking pictures of tracee taking picture. isn't that sweet? >> well, you know, i'll take it from here. >> okay, finally, we've got another special guest joining us live. this guy is joining us live all the way from honolulu, hawaii. please give it up for dwayne "the rock" johnson, everybody.
now, dwayne, i saw you in atlanta not long ago and now you're in hawaii. you're all over the place. you have countless projects coming up, maybe 20 movies and other things. >> wow? we here at "gma" have to wake up early every morning and don't use as much energy as you. what is your caffeine of choice? that's what we want to know. >> what is my of choice? >> your caffeine. what keeps you going? that's what you're talking about. i would say my morning unleaded, i don't do coffee so i do some sort of powdered energy drink and really that's my thing. it's twofold, michael. i do a little bit of caffeine in the morning, not coffee but a little bit of powdered caffeine. and the mirror, i mean, that's my wake-up.
>> it kills him of being shy. i don't know why you're all surprised. you're not a shy guy. another thing, you're in hawaii filming "jumanji" which we are all excited to see, there with kevin hart, jack black, all these incredible actors. how is it going so far? >> it's going great. we've been here for a week now. we're prepping our big first day is this coming monday. we're actually this "jumanji" is a continuation of the story we all love, myself, kevin black, jack hart, kevin gillian, producer matt t onmac and a lot of -- we've got a lot of things that feels like we're setting ourselves up for a nice success and here in hawaii so on a personal level and we talked about this, michael when we were in atlanta, on a personal level, for me, to be able to come back
culture, this is a place where i grew up and got in a lot of trouble here when i was a kid trying to stay on the right path and just to be able to come back these days who i am today and bring a movie like this to hawaii, the jobs it creates for all the hard-working locals is such a cool thing. by the way it's almost 3:00 in the morning on the beach in hawaii talking to you, good morning, america. we are live. it's amazing. life is good. >> life is good. [ applause ] and have you had a chance to i know is special to you because you are like the father of the year every year and there's a lot of anticipation about "moana," your new movie. you play maui in this movie. what's going on with that? >> yes, so we're very excited about that. seems like the world is very excited for "moana." it comes out this thanksgiving. the animation is beautiful and i play maui and, of course, with
movie and i think it's a really special movie. i saw it. i really loved it. a lot of types when you see a movie you try not to get drunk on your own wine but then it's really good and i can't wait for everybody to see it. >> everybody is getting drunk on their own wine. >> definitely. >> go look in the mirror if you don't feel good about yourself, george, to wake you up. you have something special. something else special to bring us, >> i do. i have something very special. so before we debut the world premiere of our new "moana" trailer i want to give you guys, see ya, just a little -- here's a little example. a little taste of our polynesian culture.
>> wow. [ applause ] >> beautiful. >> wow. >> while we watch that -- >> there you go. >> whoo. >> oh! oh. >> here we are. ? >> wow. >> oh. [ applause ] >> i tell you what, we have -- we have completely woken up the entire state of hawaii honolulu is on their feet now, ladies and gentlemen, the world premiere, first look trailer at our
>> tales of a hero who will journey beyond our reach to find a demigod maui and together they will save us all. ? ? >> i'm not going on a mission with some little girl. >> this is my canoe and you will journey. >> did not see that coming. >> the ocean is a friend of mine. >> first we've got to go through cockamora. >> they're kind of cute. ? >> oh, really. blow dart in my butt cheek.
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this arrest caught on camera. in the video you can see the officer put the suspect in a chokehold causing him to pass out. the chief of police told us that the policy was violated. an independent investigation by dps found no wrongdoing here. the suspect was being arrested for harassment. iris? we have dry days ahead but the storm chances, they'll be back in the 7-day forecast but no next week in the mean tomb abundant sunshine with no triple digits everywhere in the valley. 98 in phoenix and we'll only make it in the 70sin flagstaff and 70s and 80s along the rim and 90s to the west and back in the triple digits by saturday into sunday and morning temperatures, still pretty good in the 60s and 70s heading into the weekend.
country club near the loop 202 have eased up but still a lot of delays including i-10 in the west valley, a 33-minute drive time to the mini stack and a look on i-17. this ramp is still closed and has been all morning wrong. i-17 southbound at the i-10 split, the westbound vamp closed. i-10 eastbound at the stack to get around that. thank you, mallory with a full hour of news. coming up at 9:00 on sonoran living -- >> looking how to redesign your