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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, tornadoes touch down. we have pictures of the damage coming in. the storm system is triggering massive hail and flooding rains and it's just beginning. major victories for teams trump and clinton, the two front-runners pulling farther away from the pack. results from the latest primaries still coming in. a bright light over southern california caught on camera. the mysterious green streak is taking over social media. this morning, we know what it is. and good dog. a playful friend interrupting a soccer game winning over the crowd and players. >> look at that. good wednesday morning to you al
developing stories right now including the primary results just coming in. >> a lot of those developing overnight. the front-runners celebrating big victories. five-state sweep for donald trump and hillary clinton won four. more on that in a moment. the first other big story we're following a serious weather situation unfolding right now. >> let's take a look at the ray gar. a powerful line of storms spawned tornadoes overnight and seeing damaging hail and flooding rains from texas all the way to minnesota. >> some of the pictures just coming in right now including this basketball hoop in oklahoma bending over there after getting struck by strong winds. this is minor, though, compared to other damage being reported from the storms. this morning, wicked weather pummeling several states. in tulsa, oklahoma, overnight, sirens blaring across the city, pictures of damed
down in the suburbs of broken a arrow, another one in evansville, indiana. grayson county hit hard and a doctor's office damaged badly. in kansas, massive hail the size of grapefruits. a spring soaker in wichita, kansas, large chunks of ice smacking a flooded road. people in line at this concert hall forced to wait it out and in nearby clearwater, backyards left looking like this, several feet of water surrounding this home. >> i'm covering my car. >> these people taking no chances covering their cars hoping to avoid damage from falling ice. areas of texas, oklahoma, indiana and kansas all getting tornado warnings overnight. the weather threat remaining high throughout today according to accuweather's paul williams. >> looking for widespread severe storms to continu
flooding continues to be a problem along with lightning strikes, damaging winds and hail and possibility of tornadoes throughout the rest of the day. >> and in wyoming, a late april snow shower enough to shut down this interstate. we should mention snow forcing the cancellation of several classes at the university of wyoming. areas of the state dawe up to 7 inches of snow. now to the race for the white house. it's "your voice, your vote." donald trump is now more than 100 delegates richer and closer than ever to clinching that gop nomination. >> trump hit a slam dunk last night. let's put it that way winning all five states up for grabs all with wide margins. it was a huge blow for ted cruz. it's now mathematically impossible for him to win the nomination at least on the first ballot at the convention there in cleveland. >> trump wants cruz and john kasich to call it quits as he looks to the general election. abc's tom llamas has more from the trump victory party in new york. >> r
donald trump winning all five states that had elections, a clear sweep here in the northeast and he's calling himself the presumptive republican nominee. >> in fact i think chris tells you if yyou do that it's calleda landslide. >> reporter: he's calling for the two others to get out of the race. >> when the boxer knocks out the other boxer you don't have to wait around for a decision. that's what it is and that's what happened tonight. that's what happened last week in new york. and that's really what's been happening throughout. we have millions more votes, millions more than cruz. we have millions more votes than kasich. >> reporter: trump saying cruz and kasich just in his way and he'll get the nomination in cleveland this summer. now, i asked trump if he has put together a short list of potential running mates like senator ted cruz has announced earlier that he is vetting some candidates, trump says he's not there yet but it's a joke that
running mate at this point because he has no path to the nomination. >> he's wasting his time. a running mate? it's over. as far as i'm concerned it's over. these two guys cannot win. there's no path. >> reporter: kendis and diane, back to you. >> our thanks to tom. meanwhile, hillary clinton had a great night. even though bernie sanders denied her a clean sweep. >> clinton won four out of five states putting her 250 delegates shy of clinching that democratic nomination. she refrained from saying anything negative about bernie sanders during her victory speech. instead she's looking ahead. we get more now from abc's liz kreutz, good morning, liz. >> reporter: good morning. hillary clinton won the big prize of the night, pennsylvania, she celebrated here in philadelphia where she hopes to return this summer for the democratic convention as her party's nominee. during her remarks she called for uniting the democratic party and applauded some of her
for working together to get them done. >> i applaud senator sanders and his millions of supporters for challenging us to get unaccountable money out of politics and giving because whether you support senator sanders or you support me, there's much more that unites us than divides us. >> reporter: clinton also called for a world where love trumps hate. she's clearly turning her attention to the front-runner donald trump. clinton's campaign spokeswoman said while they're still focused on the contest they're turning to the general election and see it winding down in the next few weeks. diane and kendis. >> liz, thanks. as for her competitive, bernie sanders, he has no plans of dropping out for the democrats hold their convention this summer. >> he congratulated clinton on her win but was looking forward to the upcoming races fighting for a progressive party platform and contributed his single win
open primary where independents could vote. >> let's give you this, a quick look at the delegate count. trump picked up more than 100 giving him a total of 973 far ahead of cruz and kasich. clinton now has 2,141 delegates. that's 90% of what she needs to clinch the democratic nomination. >> and stay with abc news for more results and analysis. we will hear live from donald trump later on "good morning america." and this note from donald trump, he may have to testify in the case against his now defunct real estate school. a new york judge ruling the lawsuit against trump university will go to trial after a settlement could not be reached. trump is accused of using his celebrity status to persuade students to enroll in expensive courses that failed to deliver on promises. trump said last night that he's going to win the case. >> still ahead a new warning for parents about a potentially dangerous supplement. >> prince's fortune becoming a legal issue. his sister stepping in after no will is found.
well, the canadian authorities are investigating this bridge fire in the province alberta. the smoke from the wooden trestle was so thick a nearby trailer park had to be evacuated as well as a high school. it's 1 of 17 recent fires in that area and all are under investigation this morning. the u.s. military says some progress is being made in the fight against isis. the general in charge of operations against the terror group says air strikes have significantly cut the number of foreign fighters flowing into
he says it's now about 200 per month. down from a high of about 2,000 each month a year ago. and he says isis desertion rates are up. slumping iphone sales could make this a rough day for apple shares. the company just reported its first drop in quarterly revenue in 13 years. the drop is blamed on slowing iphone sales during the first three months of the year. apple is also predicting another revenue drop for the current quarter. analysts think things will improve in the fall when the next generation iphone is expected. and apology is expected from the ceo of the drug company that raised life-saving heart drug by more than 500%. the outgoing head of the pharmaceutical company says he was too aggressive and made mistakes in jacking up the prices. he's also known for embracing the practice of merging with overseas firms to take advantage of their reduced tax
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both front-runners appeared ready to focus on the general election and each other. >> well, i think the only card she has is the woman's card. she's got nothing else going and, frankly, if hillary clinton were a man, i don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. the only thing she's got going can the woman's card and the beautiful thing is women don't like her. >> now, the other day mr. trump accused me of playing the, quote, woman card. well, if fighting for women's health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in. >> well, clinton already has 90% of the delegates as she needs to win her party's nomination and trump has more than 75% but the rivals say they're not dropping out any time soon. breaking news from overseas. paris attack suspect
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he was released from prison in crown point, indiana after dna evidence cleared had imof a sexual assault case in 1989. he says he's not bitter about what happened. new pressure on the fda to ban powdered caffeine, just one teaspoon of the supplement is like drinking 28 cups of coffee. they're calling on the agency to take action saying there is too much risk in waiting for laws to be passed. parents of children who died interest taking powdered caffeine are urging a ban on the product. switching gears to the first round of the nhl playoff they wrap up tonight when nashville and anaheim play a decisive game seven? as for highlights from some other sports going on, here are our friends at espn. good morning. welcome to our "sportscenter" set in los angeles, stan verrett, neil everett. nba playoffs. >> no canadian teams in the nhl playoffs but one in the nba
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i have no idea if there is a correlation. >> i can't imagine. you never know who you meet when you go paddleboarding off the coast of southern california. two female gray whales and their calves stopped by on their way from baja up to alaska. >> this, of course, is gopro video and a little drone camera got in the way. this spring has been good for whale watching along the coast. mother whales hug the coast to keep their babies safe. and to scare the heck out of badleboarders at the same time. a rather unusual delay at a soccer game. it took place in venezuela. >> early in the morning everything came to a halt because a dog was running around on the field. it ran around greeting some players who some were thrilled. some not so much and hung out a bit longer with one of the goalies. >> one of the visiting players picked it up and carried it off. his team lost the match. >> look at that. >> wanted to hang out and get involved in the game. >> pretty happy. >> at least he cheered them up. more news after this.
for many local politicians and their supporters is was a very late night. several big maryland races stretched late into the evening, and we will break them all down for you coming up. but before that-- remember to keep that umbrealla close. good morning washington. toss to eileen today: cloudy and cooler with spotty showers. highs: 62-67 winds: e 5-10 mph tonight: cloudy and cool. a few showers. patchy fog. lows: 49-55 winds: ne 5 to calm thursday: cloudy with periods of rain. highs: 59-64 winds: e 5 mph
again called on his republican rivals to drop out after sweeping all five states in this latest "super tuesday". although he has not clinched the nomination, trump says he considers himself the "presumptive nominee". meanwhile-- a very big night for hillary clinton has well. she won 4 of the five states up for grabs, inclduing maryland. senator bernie sanders prevailed in rhode island. despite trailing in the delegate count, the senator says the race is not over and he vows to stay in the race until june. taking a look at some of the other high profile elections decided in maryland last night. representative chris van hollen won a tight race in the democratic primary for the u-s senate, beating out representative donna edwards. van hollen is attempting to fill the seat vacated by retiring senator barbara mikulski. and in maryland's 8th congressional district-- state senator jamie raskin beat out 8 other challengers to win the democratic primary. among them-- were fomer news anchor kathleen matthews and businessman davin trone, who personally spent 12 million do
anyone has ever spent on a self-funded house campaign. we'll have more highlights, and reaction from the candidates as they approach the general election, coming up. in the day ahead. maryland health officials will hold a panel on the zika virus at the universities at shady grove. the speakers will discuss the history, transmission, and prevention methods associated with the virus that doctors say causes birth defects in humans. university of maryland, college park professors are expected to take part. the event begins this afternoon at 5 o'clock. it's xx and we're just getting started. fiery talk in victory speeches during a big night for donald trump. and hillary clinton fires right back. we'll show it to you, and break down the local and national races.. coming up.