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. good morning, america. breaking overnight, a major about face from the nfl. superstar adrian peterson barred from football as he fights a child abuse and a scathing warning to the league from one of the biggest sponsors. and a message from i.s.i.s. released overnight, taunting president obama and threatening to kill american troops as an american citizen is charged with fighting for i.s.i.s. here at home. happening now, torrential rains, downing trees and crushes cars as the southwest braces for a monster storm. our extreme team is tracking it all. bad behavior at 30,000 feet. pictures going viral of passenger's bad behavior up in the air. would you do this?
it's the passenger shaming on social media that many people are clicking on. and you won't believe who's really behind it. and good morning, america. okay, who flies shirtless? >> that is not -- >> people who shouldn't, do. >> that's right. well, you better watch your manners up in the air. someone is always watching. and a lot of news to get to this morning. brand new chilling video from i.s.i.s. released overnight as president obama meets with top generals in tampas today, and the west bracing for the massive flooding. but begin with the breaking news from the nfl, the minnesota vikings reversing course, keeping adrian peterson away from the teem while he fights that child abuse charge. ryan smith has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. and another bizarre twist in the nfl. just days after allowing former
mvp adrian peterson back on the field, the vikings making a move that could yank him from the field for the season. and ray rice appealing his suspension, controversies are playing out. overnight, an about face from the minnesota vikings, placing adrian peterson on the nfl's exempt list, requiring him to stay away from team activities until his legal proceedings are involved. just one day after the team announced it would reinstate the former mvp who's facing a child abuse charge for allegedly hitting his 40-year-old son with a tree tranch. they wrote that after further reflection, we believe this is best for the vikings and adrian who emphasized his entire to avoid further distraction to his teammates and coaches while focusing on the situation. it's also coming as ray rice is
fighting for a second chance. tuesday night, the nfl players union appealing the decision to indefinitely suspend the nfl star in the wake of the brutal beating of his now-wife, janay. >> we believe that ray rice has been punished twice for the same offense, and that the nfl had all the evidence available to them during their decision to punish ray for two games initially. >> reporter: the players' association also requesting it be heard by someone other than goodell who normally handles appeals. >> that appeal needs to be handled by someone who's impartial. >> reporter: and the rally cry of nfl sponsors is growing louder in the wake of these scandals. in a scathing statement, anheuser-busch saying they're not happy with the handling of behaviors that go against our company culture and moral code.
the nfl responding overnight, we understand, we are taking action, and there will be much more to come. while peterson hasn't commented yet, his agent has, he understands the gravity of the situation and this allows him to take care of the personal situation. and adding this is the best possible outcome given the circumstances. i have never seen them in one sport ever. >> certainly. >> thank you. and now to i.s.i.s., the militant group releasing a video overnight, a direct challenge to president obama, just hours after the top military adviser opened the door to ground troops in iraq. and we begin with jon karl at the white house. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george, no comment from the white house this morning on that video. but white house officials are emphatic there is absolutely no change in the president's position. that he will not send ground troops to iraq. but general dempsey said he may
request troops to be embedded with iraqi forces to identify targets on the front lines. now white house officials tell me they do not consider such troops ground troops. this is how you define combat troops. they would not consider them to be combat troops, but they would be on the front line. they would be in the line of fire. this is a significantly more dangerous mission. >> and general dempsey saying he supports the president's strategy, but leaving the door open in the future. and the white house has rejected one request from generals for boots on the ground to help with the air operation. >> reporter: that's right, general austin, the top commander for the middle east requested such ground troops to be with iraqi forces during operations at the mosul dam. it was rejected because of the white house's position they didn't to want escalate to that point. but the white house is not ruling out they would offer such
a position in the future on this, george. >> and in tampa today is the president. thank you very much. and now to the threat there i.s.i.s. her at home. the fbi revealing it busted an american who was aiding the terror group from upstate, new york. pierre thomas has the latest from washington on that for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's a u.s. citizen who the fbi claim was actively recruiting for i.s.i.s. and training soldiers at home. he was a businessman, the owner of mojo's food market. but the fbi has unveiled secret charges showing the yes meny-american as a supporter of terror. they were tipped off in 2013. he was extremely active in social media, including twitter. and at one point allegedly posted, i.s.i.s., quote, will
one day rule the world. new york city's police chief says the social media skills of i.s.i.s. are a threat. >> we are worried about the capability of i.s.i.s., their ability to use social media to spread their recruitment efforts. >> reporter: prosecutors say he was talking with radicals overseas. they claim he spent $600 to a man in yemen as seed money to join them. and he was arrested in may after allegedly giving one of the informants a thousand dollars to buy handguns with silencers. the plan, to kill u.s. soldiers returning from iraq, and engage in sniper attacks and random mass shootings. the public was only told about the weapons charges at first. the fbi kept the i.s.i.s. investigation secret while die
sextic sexting his life. and parts of arizona prepare for historic rains. ginger is tracking it all. >> anywhere from paul springs, california, to el paso, texas. and we are in the danger zone from today to tomorrow. o odile, making its land fall in mexico. it's one of only nine since 1965. that's why it's so important for places like tucson to be on aler alert. >> reporter: still recovering from last week's floods. this is like this across arizona. last week two people were killed during raging flood waters and water could fill these areas during the next couple of days. odile already wreaking havoc across the southwest.
overnight, odile's effects already being felt. whipping winds and torrential rains. downing dozens of trees in the san diego area, one falling on a highway and crushing cars and backing up traffic. >> the tree fell and hit the back of my car. >> reporter: a 50 foot pine tree crashing down on her car with a baby in the backseat. 70 mile per hour winds picking up planes ands toing them into cars. >> i was scared. >> reporter: cars creeping along after flash floods, some not quite making it. and here in arizona, residents proactively sandbagging, fearing more historic flooding. creating scenes even worse than the catastrophic ones just last week. just south of phoenix, a microburst tore roofs off buildings and appear to have contributed to the derailment of a freight train. dozens of cars off the tracks,
but no injuries. they're worried about a repeat of 1983 with a tropical system that rained for 12 days straight. that killed 14 people. this is the second remnant hurricane that hits the area in less than ten days. that's never happened before in recorded history. >> rob, thank you. the newest addition to the extreme team. you want to see how much rain and where. this is the heaviest rains, this is not a swath of 7 inches. but some pockets of 5 and 7 inches for tucson, phoenix into the 2 to 3 inch rain. all it takes is an inch or two fast, roads wash out and it's dangerous. i'll have much more in the nation's weather. and the top stories. and it's the man known as dr. evil facing massive fraud. the once-prominent michigan cancer doctor now admits to
unnecessary chemotherapy telling people they had cancer when they didn't so he could collect medicare and insurance payments. they claim he falsely claimed $225 million from medicare during a six year period. families in northern california are come to grips with devastating loss after wildfire raced through the tiny town of weed. look at the pictures. burning 150 buildings, home after home, and two church ever chur s, a library. and there's a silver lining for one woman who lost her home. she is overjoyed after fire fighters found her wedding ring buried in the ashes. a glimmer of hope. and police are standing by for a historic vote that the world is watching for. scotland will decide whether to separate from british rule. polls show those rejecting
independence holding a slim lead. many are worried about the economic impact, but those hoping to break from britain praised this display, a mock border patrol on the way to england. and an angry crowd threw this politician into a garbage bin outside parliament. they were voting on a trade deal with europe. he was able to escape and get out of the trash bin. despite the tensions, a fragile cease fire is holding. and a big medical headline this morning, despite growing awareness of the obesity epidemic, american's wastelines are expanding. the typical man's is 40 inches, the woman's, 38 inches. it's not just diet, stress and lack of sleep can lead to an increase in an comal fat.
and look at this, a flautist in a prestigious tournament when something unexpected happens. take a look. she's playing with you, and magical magically, a butterfly right in between her eyes. she doesn't even flinch. doesn't faze her at all. when butterflies land on people, they're looking for salty water to drink. the theory is the butterfly may have been attracted to her sweat. i think she looks like a disney princess. >> she soothes the gentle beast. >> exactly. >> the scientists would disagree with you, george, but, yes. you can think away. >> thank you. >> dare we say, madame butterfly. thank you. >> robin roberts, everybody. >> it's still early. now to the massive manhunt for the gunman who ambushed
state troopers at a police bar rack in pennsylvania, killing one and injuring another. it's andrew matthew frein who they say was planning more. >> reporter: good morning. the fear is at such a heightened level that all schools in the pocono school district are closed today. there are concerns for children at the bus stops with an armed and dangerous gunman on the loose. and putting a name to the face, 31-year-old eric matthew frein wanted for killing a cop. and police fear it could get worse. >> he has made statements about wanting to kill law enforcement officers. and also to commit mass acts of murder. >> reporter: police say the pennsylvania man is responsible for a brazen attack friday night right in front of state police barracks, firing four shots in
90 seconds. killing 38-year-old corporal brian dickson, and seriously injuring alex douglas. >> we're in a position to apprehend this judge. >> reporter: officials say they were tipped off by a man walking his dog who saw a vehicle partially submerged. it was registered to him, they found his i.d., information concerning foreign embassies, and shell casings matching those at the scene. >> this was not kept quiet. >> reporter: he has a grievance against state police, has survivalist training. and his father says two of his guns were missing from his home, one, a rifle with a scope and an ak-47. he says he trained his son to
shoot so well withat he, quote, doesn't miss. for years frein told people about his plan to kill police officers, and no one reported it. the funeral for corporal dickson is tomorrow morning. >> thank you. and now to tony stewart. will he face charges in the death of the fellow driver he struck and killed in august. gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: this morning, a new turn in the tony stewart case as prosecutors say they're sending the evidence to a grand jury to decide twlornt press charges. a dramatic development a month and a half after stewart's race car struck and killed 20-year-old racer kevin ward jr. on that dirt track in upstate new york on august 9th. >> it's in the handle of the grand jurors. and no one could argue that the prosecutors gave stewart any specialized treatment.
>> reporter: this was the deadly moment, ward getting out of his car after the crash, waving his arms at stewart, when suddenly stewart's car hits and kills him. investigators now say they have advanced the video and have a second camera angle of the crash to give to the grand jury to consider. >> it's possible with the new evidence they believe that potentially a criminal act was committed. >> reporter: stewart telling us overnight, i respect the time and effort spent in investigating this accident. i look forward to this process being completed and i will continue to provide my full cooperation. the question now, if stewart's reputation for having a bad temper on the track could eventually come into play. along with what some call the improbability that such an experienced driver wouldn't be able to avoid hitting another driver. stewart, living in seclusion for three weeks after the crash, until speaking out at a press conference august 29th before his return to racing. >> this will definitely affect
my life forever. >> reporter: now experts say he may have to testify before that grand jury. and even without intent, experts say stewart could still face manslaughter or negligent homicide charges. he's expected to race again this sunday. >> thank you. now to the destructive wildfires out west. they could get relief from the weather, is that the case? >> yes, some cooler weather. the drought is not helped, but los angeles, 103 was their tied record high. 15 large wildfires burning in the west. that heat wave in place is going to get broken down. places like reading will drop below 80 degrees into tomorrow. so fresno to 90, that's chilly compared to what they have seen. your local forecast in 30 seconds, but first this morning's rainy cities brought to you by macy's.
>> good morning i'm meteorologist karen rogers with your accuweather update. 58 degrees right now. let's take you outside. we're seeing lots of sunshine. what a pretty shot. just a few clouds out there right now but we're off to a cool start. let's check your accuweather 7-day. it's going to be nice and sunny today, 75 degrees for your high. tomorrow still nice, maybe a few more clouds, 76. friday cooler with some sunshine, only 70 for your high. on saturday, starting off with clouds and some drizzle and then sunshine and a high of 78. and i thought it was chilly when i walked out. mid-40s in detroit. at freezing this hour on the
lake. >> too soon. >> it's happening. >> thank you, ginger. coming up on "gma," new clues in the desperate search for the missing university of virginia undergrad as the fbi joins the search. and the nightmare at sea, a 10-year-old on board, badly injuring one. how they survived. you won't believe what's in your toothpaste. an ingredient they are removing. we'll tell you what it is. and a big night of drama on "dancing with the stars." the first couplebooted, lolo. uh oh, look at that. we better play it safe and focus on mental fitness. ♪ could it be i'm falling in love... ♪ ♪ with you... what are you doing down there? uh, watching a baby tutorial. (in an english accent) with your pea coat and your stomping around with your bobbies. is the audition to play a portuguese guy?
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>> ♪ >> "action news" is brought to you by md anderson cancer >> "action news" is brought to chrysler. >> hello, everyone, i'm matt o'donnell. 7:26. it is wednesday, september 17. few problems on the roads and let's check in with matt pelman. >> a whole lot drier than yesterday matt but the travel times still are not so hot here along 95. southbound side 41 minutes from woodhaven into the vine. ideally those numbers should be reversed.
it should be a 14 minute ride and coming northbound here by bridge street you're not seeing a whole lot of traffic. that's because everybody is stuck back behind an accident northbound approaching bridge street taking out a lane giving us delays coming north of allegheny. also a water main break overnight in center city and the action cam was ocean right by washington square. seventh street is blocked off by locust this morning. use fifth or ninth instead. in the great northeast a crash along grant avenue right by the roosevelt boulevard. still giving us restrictions there. i'd head for welsh road. also had a downed pole from a crash blocking rowland avenue close to abraham lincoln high school. use frankford avenue to get around that blockage. matt. >> thank you matt. live picture center city philadelphia, nice and bright sunshine out there. david is off. karen rogers has been spotted wearing a sweater at times this morning how is accuweather, karen. >> yeah, that's right, i v you might need that especially early on this morning. let's take a look at those numbers and it's 58 right now starting to feel a little better now that sunshine is full up.
nice and sunny today, 75 degrees for your high. tomorrow still nice and 76. look at friday's temperature, though, a high of 70. that means a lot of your suburbs are staying in the 60's on friday. more clouds, too, judged some sunshine. saturday starting with clouds and drizzle and then sunshine and 78. sunday the warmest day of the seven day period 83. and feeling like summer. >> see the suspects wanted for a hate crime in center city. their pictures are posted on
♪ ♪ suddenly i see look at these pictures going viral. don't look too close, they're kind of disgusting sometimes. but it's a new kind of passenger shaming taking hold in the air right now. >> that is ridiculous. >> and i love who is taking control of the situation up there in the air. we're going to tell you about it in a little bit. >> yes, the people taking those photographs. amy and i are both on flights later today. we're going to be much better. >> yes. >> well-behaved. >> on my best behavior. >> fully dressed -- >> all of the above. >> trying to not to think of someone's feet on your food tray. >> thank you for that. also ahead, a terrifying fishing boat at sea, and people on board, including a 10-year-old boy. how they survived.
>> what's in your toothpaste might shock you. >> i wish i had known that this morning. lowe low and keo, booted from the ballroom, and they are here live with us this morning. >> we begin with the latest on the uva sophomore, hannah graham, who vanished thursday morning. the fbi has joined the search and they have new surveillance video. steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: the fbi is joining the search for this 18-year-old stu student from the university of virginia who's missing for four days. >> it's hit home this can happen. before, it was stories and warnings. but now it's a real person who's gone. >> reporter: police say they're now expanding their search for hannah graham after discovering new surveillance video tuesday showing the college sophomore walking alone near an irish pub and away from campus. it was 12:46 a.m. saturday
morning. around 1:15 a.m. she texted friends she was on her way to a party but never showed. >> one text message said i'm lost of the area of 14th and wertland. she's familiar with the area. >> reporter: after that, the phone was turned off or died. these surveillance pictures show her at her apartment friday night before heading out on the town. she was drinking quite heavily. >> we're concerned. >> at her high school, they're in shock. >> i can't imagine what her family is going through. i was talking to her momt other day. and it was just really -- sorry. >> reporter: on tuesday, they released this statement, she would not disappear without contacting family and friends. she's highly responsible and organized, and they are heartbroken by her disappearance. for "good morning america," steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. now to the nightmare at sea.
a rogue wave capsizing a boy with two men and a young boy. clinging to the boat for hours until they were able to save themselves. abc's reena ninan is here with that story. >> reporter: good morning. this might be against all odds. what helped them get back to shore may have been the sounds from a song by journey. a leisurely hawaii fishing trip turning terribly wrong. this morning brad warren is recovering in a hospital room, a rogue wave capsizing the boat he and two others were aboard sunday night. the powerful waves sending him flying, shattering his leg in three places and breaking his hip before submerging him completely underwater. >> i tilted my head back to get another last breath of air. and a swell pushed the boat and i took a big gulp of water and started going down. it was scary. >> reporter: the captain of the boat's 10-year-old son sleeping
under the bow of the vessel as it began filling with water. >> my first thought was to grab noah and have a hold i haof him >> reporter: the relentless waves knocked them off the boat and into the pacific. after four hours with no hope in sight, 10-year-old noah heard something in the distance, a party on shore playing an inspirational hit. >> when i saw the shooting star and heard the song, "don't stop believen," that was the lord saying it will be fine. >> reporter: the pain too tough to bear, the three holding on to each other. >> the pain was so bad. >> he wanted to swim in. >> reporter: ward swimming from the boat for half an hour to dry land. >> we just felt so relieved. >> reporter: warren now grateful for the life he thought he almost lost. >> i wanted to make sure that i made it so that i could see my wife and my daughters.
>> reporter: clearly so emotional. warren said he's had three kidney stones in his lifetime, but the broken leg is the worst he's experienced. >> the fact they heard the music. >> in the middle of nowhere, practically. >> enjoy watching you early morning. >> thank you. >> you're the wakeup call. >> you think i'm awake. >> yes, you are. and check the weather now. journey today, and yesterday a porpoise. a little bit of everything. look at the tube, this is a waterspout from florida. and we have video too. because so many people were on the beach and seeing all of the different angles here. this is the second day in a row with impressive waterspout action along the gulf. you may see more today. more rain to the southeast. but i wanted to point out, not only will we see drenching rains in the southwest, but around that high, you could even add a little of the moisture from
odile, potentially, to the stationary front around there. and houston back to austin, right in the swath. a lot of texas that wants the rain could get some. if it comes too quickly, don't to want see that, but something to watch out for. there's your front i have been talking about. sagged and stalled and sitting there. memphis, 83 today. showers in the southeast, a little drier in the northeast at 73. denver to 86. and eventually some of the moisture may creep from new mexico and arizona up into the front range of colorado. that would be a slim chance. but still pretty powerful stuff in the southwest. showers up in the northwest. >> thanks, ginger, i'm meteorologist karen rogers. grab a sweater its a little cool out. 58 degrees. your accuweather forecast showing a sunny and nice day ahead a-high of 75. still nice tomorrow, 76. only 70 on fri >> all that weather brought to
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and we are back now at 7:41 with news about a surprising thing in your toothpaste. believe is or not, some kinds of toothpaste contain tiny pieces of plastic. that's starting to children. gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: it's considered the most common plastic in the world, and now a major manufacturer is taking it right out of the toothpaste. a major toothpaste manufacturer says it's making a change to the paste. crest. this dental hygienist was blogging about something strange in patient mouths. >> when i clean the mouths, we would see a speck, it was blue. >> reporter: trish walraven has been cleaning teeth for 22 years and now speaking out about microbeads in toothpaste, polyethylene, used to make
plastic bottles. and used for color in toothpaste. she took this video of the specks in her own mouth. >> to find out something was in there just there for decoration, it was disappointing. >> reporter: we asked her patient to brush with microbeads before his checkup and rinse. sure enough, during the cleaning, she found some. >> can you see that blue spot? >> i didn't know there was plastic in it. >> reporter: most of the toothpastes using polyethylene as an ingredient are made by crest. they are in some personal care products, and have made headlines for possible impact on the environment. illinois is banning the manufacture and sale of products containing microbeads by 2018. other states are considering similar bans. some dentists, including the one that trish works, have concerns that anything foreign under the gumline could lead to problems.
>> collects more plaque, bacteria. >> reporter: crest says they are completely safe and used for color. and they say years of clinical research show no evidence of particles persisting underneath the gumline or causing harm. and the fda says it's not immediately aware of any safety issues with the product. even though, they will remove microbeads from crest toothpaste because of a growing consumer preference. most will be microbead free by next spring, and all by march of 2016. how do you know if that plastic is in your toothpaste. look right on the box or tube, there's the word, polyethylene at the bottom of your screen. that's what you want to look for. happy brushing, guys. >> so interesting. i thought it was a scrubbing thing, but just for the color. >> that's what they say. >> thank you. and coming up, into the
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for pennsylvania. ♪ am i wrong yes, you are, you are definitely wrong. oh, yes, you're doing this. back now with the pictures exploding on social media, shaming passengers behaving badly at 30,000 feet. you're going to show us this in social square. >> brace yourself, everybody. sad to a say, we have been there, crowded into an airplane. like this guy, he's next to a seat mate who gets comfortable. i'm glad he's feeling good. this video went viral after it was posted in 2013.
the fellow passenger really moving in on his personal space. and a flight attendant is fighting back on facebook and instagram with an account called passenger shaming. that says it all. and first the flying feet. a little personal grooming on the tray. and then, is that -- oh, no, too close. do you see, that'll take away your appetite. someone's feet on the tray. the chicken, steak or a foot sandwich. and then there's hair. this caption says it all. the passenger has flipped her wig, literally, on the floor, just a wig hanging out on the floor. and these are just a few of the pictures that sassy stew is posting. we would like to see the pictures. we are amused and somewhat terrify skppd we want to hear your shaming stories. which one offended you the most?
>> shirtless guy without a shirt. >> i -- >> how does he -- through the seat. >> how does he do it? just strips off right in the middle of the aisle. >> got hot? it's warm on the plane. >> keep it on. >> what flight attendants have to keep up with. >> i can't imagine. >> thank you, lara. >> you're welcome. and coming up, all the drama from the ballroom, the first booted couple, lolo and keo, they flew all night and they are going to be here. and new uses for your old phone. the inventive new ways you can repurpose it to keep you safe and protect your family. and then a new call to the way we think about breast-feeding. a leading researcher is outlining all the benefits to moms. here's an improve this tip from lowes, use binder clips, and avoid bent bristles.
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>> ♪ >> hello, i'm matt o'donnell. 7:56. it is mid weeks september 17. time to check traffic with matt pelman. >> trying to get over hump on this had you ever been day matt o'donnell. a bunch of problems as we do so including a new crash here in chester county. eastbound lanes of the 30 bypass approaching 113 a spot that would normally be busy is extra busy this morning because the left lane is knocked out because of the new accident. don't have any police on the scene here yet. we're at a standstill from approaching 340 through this point al projecting 113. stick with business 30 or else the pennsylvania turnpike eastbound as some faults. on the turnpike westbound we had a crash approaching willow grove involve throwing
vehicles. now out of the way but speeds are still very slow the way from bensalem to fort washington. luckily our wreck on the southbound boulevard near grand avenue. stick with frankford avenue instead. 95 northbound crash by bridge street is gone. still delayed. southbound a 44 minute ride ideally would be a 14 minute ride. matt. >> okay, thank you, matt. lots of sunshine out there. including in this camera as well. atlantic city, new jersey, the beach looks inviting. david is off. karen rogers is here with accuweather. karen. >> little cool for a beach day, right. beautiful bright sunshine out here already. we have an update with our temperatures let's take a look. we're up to 59 degrees in philadelphia. still just the 40's in mount pocono. lat hour we were in the 30's in the poconos. 50 in allentown, 49 still in trenton. 50 in millville. here's a look at your accuweather 7-day forecast. nice and bright today, a pretty day. 75 for your high. so this afternoon a few degrees below normal.
♪ wake me up good morning, america, it's 8:00 a.m., and don't toss that old iphone in a drawer. the new ways you're not thinking of to get the most out of it, from beefing up security to keeping tabs on your baby. and what's really holding you back at work? the secret way you could be sabotaging your own success and how to fix it starting this morning. ♪ i'm so excited. and big baby news trending, hollywood a-listers ryan gosling and eva mendes welcome a new baby girl. all the detail this is morning ♪ and dancing's lolo andkey row are arrive in times square, the first couple booted out as we say -- >> good morning, america.
and who else is here this morning, they're there, lolo and keo. they flew all night long to be here. coming off "dancing with the stars," big smiles on their faces even though it's tough to go home. >> nice move. always tough to be the first to go home. we're going to hear from them. he's adorable. >> look at that smile. >> having some fun with it. lolo was too, we're tired, "dancing with the stars" #resume update. had good spirits about that one. >> lolo, you did great. did we explain those are our social media gurus in there tweeting. just want everyone to know we don't have loiterers hanging out in times square. >> we have those too. >> never a dull moment at "gma." and the drama in the ballroom. and who thing is the front runner. >> first news from amy.
good morning. and awe in message from i.s.i.s. overnight. militant group challenging the united states warning that the fighters are ready to attack if president obama deploys ground troops in iraq. that is not happening even though the chairman of the joint chiefs say he may request combat troops in the future. new evidence of home grown terrorists. an upstate man was accused of recruiting for i.s.i.s. and planning to attack u.s. soldiers. also breaking overnight, pete post pe adrian peterson will not take the field while facing child abuse charges. changing course overnight, he is banned from all team activities until the case is resolved. they were facing strong criticism saying he could play while the case moved forward. and anheuser-busch is voicing concern about how the
league is harjdsing the current scandals. visa, mcdonald's, and campbells soup are among the they are others, but have not pulled ads. and arizona, bracing for up to 7 inches of rain today. remnants of hurricane odile have already battered southern california, bringing down dozens of trees and flipping over small planes near san diego. police in philadelphia are thanking people or twitter for tracking down suspects in a brutal hate crime. this was video of a group of men and women who assaulted two gay men. people on twitter and helped to identify the suspects after they were spotted at a restaurant. one detective said i'll take a couple thousand twitter detectives over a real detective any day. and finally for anyone who's watched their car being ticketed or impounded, we offer this solution from london. before the car was secured, he revs the engine and backs up
right off that tow truck. turns out, here's the bizarre twist, it wasn't even his car. he hasn't been found, neither has the vehicle. but i would suggest repair shops in london. that looks a little damaged in the getaway. guys. turn to health news now, the benefits of breast-feeding back in the headlines, how to protect moms and health conditions. wi you have a leading researcher calling on everyone to think about the way we look at breast-feeding. >> this is eye-opening for me. i talk about the benefits of breast-feeding for babies, but this is the benefits for moms themselves. it can reduce ovarian cancer, breast cancer, heart disease. the women who breast-fed, less likely to have high blood pressure, diabetes and heart conditions. >> how does that happen? >> not exactly clear.
it improves handling of sugar and fat, they are linked to heart disease and affects hormones. they can be tied into heart disease. >> i -- i will say firsthand, there is a -- i don't know, something positive hormonally is released. you feel better. not just the emotional connection, but i have to believe there's a major connection between the emotional and the physical in that amazing act. >> it will change the way i have a conversation with my -- my patients about this. and it just gives a woman more information to make that decision in terms of what's right for them. and we have to make sure that based on what a woman likes to do, making it easier for women who want to nurse. >> thank you, and dr. besser will take your questions throughout the morning. text #askdr.b chat. >> you're going to do the morning menu? >> they want to see me walk and
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famous competitive eater, kobayashi in the hot dog eating competition. the little teeny, tiny, kobayashi has six guinness world records. >> that's the cutest thing ever. how do they find hot dogs so small? >> look at that. tiny hot dog after -- eventually he won the contest. 11 hot dogs to ten. >> he's got to go on the treadmill. >> go hamster go. >> perhaps that's in "pop news." >> nothing like that, i'm sad to say. but we have good news this morning. hey, girl, ryan gosling will be saying that to his new girl. people magazine reporting he and eva mendes have welcomed a girl into the world. they are private about the romance and her pregnancy. no word on a name, but it's one genetically-gifted little girl.
we congratulate the whole family. >> we do. and more good news i'm happy to report, matt damon ready to be born again. set to make a return to his spy sleuthing ways as jason bourne. a huge development for fans of the franchise who fair welled him after three movies and welcomed jeremy renner for the fourth. now paul greengrass, the director, will make a comeback despite him saying there was no place left for the character to advance creatively. looked like they have moved that roadblock. deadline saying early negotiations for a bourne comeback are definitely under way. >> that's exciting. >> it is. >> matt was terrific, so is jeremy, but thrilled to see matt back in action. you know this song -- ♪ if you're happy and you know it clap your hands ♪ or if you're happy and you know it -- that's the cue -- ♪ if you're happy and you know
it wag your tail ♪ ♪ if you're happy and you know it then your tail will surely show it if you're happy and you know it wag your tail ♪ >> making plenty of people happy online. for a canine version of the classic going massively viral. she's a great dane and will wag her tail in her time, george. >> no one will tell her any different. >> wait -- >> and with that -- >> wait for it. >> and with that -- >> thank you. and out to ginger with a check on the weather. it's a brilliant morning. i have my hat on the jimmy fund walk, raising money for all kinds of cancers. looks like $7.5 million. can you make it? >> we can. >> that's something to check out in boston. i have a race on sunday too. the northeast looks good. but the southwest doesn't.
rain already throughout parts of arizona. and look at this, tucson on average for september gets over three quarters of an inch of rain. september, 2014, already, more than two and a half inches. we need three inches to get a record september rain all-time. we'll be watching out for that, that's potentially going to happen. as the depression is other arizona, up to 7 inches of rain. that's why we're concerned about the flash flooding. and warmer in the northwest, some good news for some >> lay ginger, i'm meteorologist karen rogers. lots of sunshine, 59 degrees. here's your accuweather 7-day. headed up just to 75 today. it's sunny and nice a gorgeous afternoon. tomorrow more of the same. it's still nice, a high of 76. maybe a few more clouds tomorrow. on friday, it's much cooler be 70 for your high temperature. that means a lot of the suburbs will stay in the 60's during the day. saturday we start with clouds
and some drizzle and then sunshine and a high of 78. it's warmer on sunday >> it's her birthday. they were yelling at me, come over and take a picture. it's her birthday, she turns 74 today. let's get inside. >> it's my sister dorothy's birthday today. >> happy birthday, dorothy. >> she's not 74. >> born in 1974, i believe. >> very good. heat index time, and homework creates a lot of heat at home. parents and kids dealing with it now that school has started. and in the new york times, dos and don'ts from homework experts. it can be helpful to work in the kitchen, there's a lot of hustle and bustle going on. some activity. but having trouble focusing, switch locations. they also say checking over homework can be helpful, don't give the answers because you want it to be done with. and encourage your kids as they're moving along, but don't
overpraise them. push them, but in a positive way. >> mine are always saying, mom, what's two times six. that's your job to know that answer. not mine. >> give them more and more homework these days. >> and math they're doing now -- >> i got sixth grade math. it's challenging. i can handle the third graders. >> totally over that. >> we had parents night, i had to take a math test. >> how did you do? >> i did okay. but it's fourth grade. sixth grade i couldn't deal with. >> george is smarter than a fifth grader. >> should make a show. >> good idea. and coming up next, an article trending big-time. the number one thing that can make or break our success at work. it's all about attitude. the author pointing to research suggesting that being liked by the people you're working with can have a positive impact on your annual performance review. makes sense. more than what you accomplish. on the flip side, research shows
that people who are well-connected socially at the office are better able to produce results. >> makes a lot of sense. >> it does, indeed. >> and hear from you, what do you think is holding you back at work? tweet us #socialsquare. and lauren conrad saying i do in a rustic chic -- i like -- ceremony over the weekend. we have exclusive details from "us weekly." tying the knot with william tell in a custom gown. she was a hands on bride. involved in so many details, decorating with sweet peas. that's the first flowers she ever received from her new husband. and the after party was about the food, many grilled cheeses, that i found out that weekend at lara's book party that i really enjoy. >> i was like the hamster with the mini grilled cheeses. >> i lost count.
can i have another. so embarrassing. >> so embarrassing. >> she didn't try to lose weight for her wedding. he proposed at the size she was at, why change? >> good for her. >> look beautiful, i love wedding pictures. thanks. next on the heat index, it's tough to be the first to leave "dancing with the stars." but somebody has to go. last night, olympian lolo jones and her partner, keo, got the boot. and here's a look at the moment of truth. >> betsey and tony, lolo and keo on the first week of competition, the couple leaving right now is -- lolo and keo. ♪ >> that big hug, lolo, keo, thank you very much. you traveled all night to be here with us. and, lolo, you know, it was very
apparent that something went wrong in the cha cha. have you had a chance to figure it out? >> a few things, the people on tv watch. it didn't look as bad as i thought. but the people in the audience, they are like, why were you just on your phone? they didn't get the text message. there was no cue that i was looking for. we thought you were texting friends, oh, my gosh -- that's what i felt. hi that atmosphere. i didn't have the cues that everybody saw on tv. >> you were waiting for a cue? >> i was waiting for three text message cues. i just went because keo -- tried to train me. things may happen, you may not have the cue, go on the word start. but rushed me, the first dance. you know, you already have so much anxiety. and it killed me. walk, get off this desk and walk like beyoncé. maybe killed the intro, walk
like beyoncé. oh, my gosh, killed the intro. the attitude, the whole building up -- >> that's good, walk like beyoncé. first time on the dance floor. how did it feel? >> it felt great. it was there, and having her there, and the thing that i didn't get the beats and stuff, but i know the song. i'm going to give the energy. so i went on the floor -- >> look at you dance. wow. >> stop it, stop it, stop. i put myself on the floor and looked at her, come on, girl, let's go. i saw her going for it. oh, you have this. and she just lost it, so calm her down. all the energy was to her. it was a good experience on "dancing with the stars." i'm still on the show, definitely. >> just the beginning. yeah, you were on last night. >> so, yeah, it was a very interesting and very uplifting every day. every day, different challenges, the camera angles -- and i'm
like, sorry, what? you can dance. so it's a good challenge for me. >> will you keep dancing, lolo? >> i don't know. i tried. i'd love to have another effort at it. but probably want to do it with whoever i marry, my husband. so maybe that will be my redemption. >> he's available. >> very heartfelt on instagram. your facebook posting, i should say. and you said that you -- going to have a lasting memory -- a lasting lesson from this experience. what is that? >> i always try to, when i go through something tough to learn something, take away something. three olympics, you have to take away something without a medal. with that experience, i was crushed and heartbroken. a lot of people didn't understand my frustration. but that was the biggest lesson, i could not get over the performance. i felt keogh down. he came all the way from south
africa and i killed the first dance. >> you did not. >> it was great. >> the biggest difficulty and lesson for me was, i needed to be, like, when i finished the dance, and that was tough for me to do. and i wasn't proud of that when i walked off the stage. i sulked, having a hard time breathing, trying not to cry. i don't remember anybody dancing. i regret, and wish i would have been able to smile. >> you need a hug. you did great. you did great. >> you nailed it. come on. >> not a person in the world that couldn't understand that feeling. >> it's hard to be on the stage. definitely. >> keo, nice to meet you. i have a feeling we're going to be seeing a lot of you. and lolo, you as well. >> do you guys have a prediction? we said we'd ask, just really fast. >> he's a dancer. >> who's the one to beat? >> i think janelle.
i think she's an underdog. like she plays it very well. >> you heard it here. >> look at her. she goes on stage and dances like that. off stage, so quiet -- so it was like, yeah. and she's like -- just -- when she goes on stage, kills it for me. >> you heard it here first. and you can watch "dancing with the stars" next monday right here on abc. and we have more coming up in the heat index. how to put your old phone to good use. millions are planning to get the new iphone on sale friday. what to do with the one you're getting rid of? >> reporter: the new phone, christmas, and the old phone, in a drawer never to be used again. right? but hold on, this thing is still a really powerful device. jennifer jolly of usa today says don't retire it, repurpose it. >> don't ever throw that old phone away. there's so much you can do with
it. >> reporter: start with navigation. the hudaway app lets you project on to the windshield. that's cool. and keep tabs on your house remotely? this old phone has wi-fi access and a pretty good camera. >> you can buy a $300 security camera or just use your old phone. >> reporter: the presence app fires up when there's motion and sends alerts, pictures and video. beyond burglars, what about keeping a tabs on your baby? the cloud baby monitor runs off any device with a camera, including an iphone or old tablet, and you can monitor from your new phone. >> you can record video, turn on music to play a lullaby. you can talk to them. >> reporter: hello, baby, i see you. think about the future. lots of new devices are coming out for a smart home that's wi-fi connected. from music systems to temperature control to lighting. all these are controlled by your
phone. but what if you and your device are out of the house? what do grandma and the baby sitter do? well, enter the old phone. finally, remember this thing has a huge hard drive. great for a permanent music station. and you can find similar apps that do many of the similar things on android phones. don't put your old phone out to pasture, put it to work. becky worley, abc news. >> i like the music station, really smart. coming up, it's the people magazine style issue. and best dressed on the red carpet. and liam nissan is here live on "good morning america." don't go anywhere.
>> ♪ >> "action news" is brought to >> ♪ group and kennedy health alliance. >> breaking news at 8:27. a child has fallen from a building in west philadelphia. chopper 6 hd is live over the 4200 block of locust street. actually this is just video here. the incident happened about 40 minutes ago. we're told a girl who is about nine years old fell from an apartment building but it is unclear how far she fell. medics are taking the child to children's hospital of philadelphia so stay with "action news," 6abc.com. we will keep you update. at this moment on this wednesday morning we'll check traffic with matt pelman. hi, matt. >> matt o'donnell big slowdown headed towards downtowning town because of a crash on the 30 bypass eastbound approaching 113 much it's a parking lot coming away from reeceville road through this
point approaching 113 where emergency crews remain on the scene in the left lane. business 30 or even the eastbound pennsylvania turnpike will be much better bets than the bypass this morning. in whitpain township a crash blocking dekalb pike at skippack pike. maybe use whitehall road as an alternate. on the big picture water main break by washington square blocking seventh and locust. other roads are dry but heavily delayed on 95 and the schuylkill. matt. >> thank you matt. david is off, meteorologist karen rogers joins us with the accuweather forecast. >> loving the sunshine matt. let's check that forecast. it's 59 degrees headed up to 75. sunny and nice today and still nice tomorrow. a high of 76. maybe a few more clouds but a nice day. friday is different. we drop down to 70 for your high. suburbs will stay in the 60's during the day with lots of clouds and some sun. saturday clouds and drizzle, then sunshine and a high of 78. week, partly sunny skies, a high of 83 degrees. that's your last full day of summer, matt. >> thanks, karen.
♪ ♪ oh ♪ oh ♪ we're a thousand miles from comfort ♪ ♪ we have traveled land and sea ♪ ♪ but as long as you are with me there's no place i'd rather be ♪ oh, love clean banner right there. >> go. >> look at that. moving this morning. >> quite a show out here. >> i was serenading you. and it was personal. >> we're going to hear a lot more from them and see a lot more from you coming up. >> we can't wait for that.
they have a lot more to sing, lara. you have a lot more to dance. it was a big night for david muir, world news anchor. he stopped by jimmy kimmel tuesday night, saying this has been his dream job since he was a kid. sharing one story about an early experience in the field. >> there was a time, we were chasing down a severe thunderstorm, much like the weather in the west today. and they jump out with the reporter and the photographer, and there were trees falling. we have to get this shot, we'll meet you a half mile down the road. i get behind the cruiser, the chevrolet, four-door, the 5 on the side, they get back in the car. they say, thanks, and then, how would are you? i was 14. >> he's known he's wanted to do this job since he was like in utero. >> he started about that age, 12. >> he always looked so
incredibly stylish as well. and here right now is people magazine style director who is bringing a big reveal today, people's style issue and also going to reveal who people picked as best dressed of 2014. don't leave us waiting. who is best-dressed for 2014? >> it's taylor swift. >> wow. >> taylor. >> taylor has been killing it this year. she always looks great on the red carpet, but taking risks. you saw her in the blue understa understandy. she said she felt great, wouldn't normally do that. >> she owned it. >> yeah, she's having fun and trying different things. >> puts heat on us. here in new york, she goes to the gym and looks great. she's in the local paper here, really, taylor, give us a break. >> i want to see the inside of her closet. >> no rankings after number one,
but a shout out to j. low. >> she's never met a cutout, slit or mini she didn't love. she is 45 and looks like that. she wears the hottest stuff. >> she's ageing in reverse. spectacular. >> and emma stone, i love that choice. >> she wears really high-fashion designers yet also looks like she's having the best time. the girl could be in pajamas, but wearing coture. always looks great. >> you have the best-dressed couples. >> they were designed for each other. it's john legend and christie beg, who in addition to looking in love on the red carpet, look aweso awesome. and jesse tyler ferguson and his hud husband justin. they coordinate, but never look matchy-matchy. and they also look like they're having a lot of fun. and then there's dwyane wade and
gabrielle union. we joke they must fight for shoe space in the closet. he loves shoes more than she does probably. he takes a lot of fashion risks. together they look pretty sexy. >> wow. hit it out of the park yet again. >> can't wait to see the issue. >> it's on news stands this friday. thank you very much. >> thank you, guys. >> and all the stars, go to our website, "good morning americgo on yahoo. didn't you hang out with d-wade? >> i did. we will see him. and this is a busy morning. time for improve this, it was a design di lemlemmadilemma two homes into one, and accommodating a certain thing. and i took a page out of my new book, "flea market fabulous" and got to work. ginger and her husband, ben, have a small city apartment and a big four-legged problem.
>> lara, we have a design dilemma. this is it. the problem is, otis thinks he's one of us -- >> human. he takes the bed from one of us and then one of us has to actually sleep somewhere else because he is the man of the house. really. >> yeah. because he has his own space. >>. >> reporter: and that's where i come in. >> hi. >> reporter: drool and dog hair tell the story. my mission, to get otis off t couch and into a space of his own. he's loving this spot, and has a huge bed over there. >> yes. >> taking up space in the tiny apartment. >> reporter: would you be willing to move the bar and use this space? >> he likes to drink too. >> reporter: combine the two. a bar and an otis bed, which i have never done before -- >> first of its kind. >> reporter: it would be, and
maybe quite special. i'm going to make something so comfortable that you won't want to be anywhere else. a great place to find this foundation for the first-ever dog bed bar, one of my favorite flea markets, stormville in upstate, new york. we look for fabulous finds. this old hay cart is calling otis' name. if i was him, i would love it in here. make himself a martini. woof, woof. if it's good enough for lara, it's good enough for otis. and this piece of architectural salvage would make a perfect bar top. have the glass cut, beef it out a little bit. and find a shag rug so it's his love cave. look at the power washer. first step, power wash to get off the grime that's been building up for years. don't power wash a fine antique, but this is not. then we cut some rug. a shag rug, and staple it
instead of gluing in case he doesn't feel quite at home, we could add shelving. but what to do with the space where his bed was? getting a bonus. cool, antique ladders, a fabulous fine to give the couple- ch much-needed storage with a little four wash apower much-needed shelves. the moment has arrived -- >> sit. >> reporter: good boy. he likes it. otis gave it the woof of approval. what's the forecast for ginger? >> i love it. otis loves it too, obviously. >> reporter: these ladders with a little simple wood working became shelves. >> i love it. this is something -- i would never think to do something like this. it adds a whole other level of depth to the room. >> reporter: guess every dog does have its day. at least we know where otis will be watching "gma."
>> cheers. >> drunk on makers mark. total cost for the project was $160. and otis -- >> so, so happy. we both are. >> otis, cheers to you. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo to see what else we have made. and amy is getting it next. so how about the weather? >> straight to the weather and the photos. thank you, lara, so much. we love, love the improvements. and we love these photos. jim grant, taking the nice ones just before sunset. you see that this west branch there in michigan. the fog, oh, so pretty. a little cooler here in the northeast. but comfortable. new york city to 73 for a high today. a reinforcing shot of cool air comes as we get into the next 24 to >> thanks, ginger, i'm meteorologist karen rogers. bright sunshine, it is beautiful out here. 59 degrees. we're headed up to 75. so temperatures a touch below average. it's still nice tomorrow, 76. lots of sunshine and a few
more clouds. and all that weather brought to you by bare mineral. guess what, i spent time with three-time nba champ dwyane wade bout his exciting new project and fresh off his honeymoon. for his first-ever interview as a married man. how are you feeling? you let us in a little bit on instagram. saw the beautiful pictures. but something we didn't see, magic moments. >> we tried to let our fans and supporters in a little bit on our special day. but it was just a perfect day. you know, even things that went wrong went right. it was a beautiful wedding. and we had a great time as well partying. so it was amazing. >> i know you put so much effort into it, and the design was so important. >> yes. >> and that save the date, so cute. your sons in there. family a huge thing for you. >> family is. not only me she's marrying, the family, the boys.
she had to marry us. we're a package. it was great to be able to have them incorporate into the wedding. even on the day, stole the show. >> maybe more family in the future. i won't ask. i'm a newlywed too. and now you are part of watch here, and the design ties, this is the fusion watch? >> the classic fusion. this is my second watch for lublot. i have been been with them since 2007. and a brand ambassador. the first time i went around with a sports-inspired watch. this time, more classic, elegant, sophisticated. it's very nice. >> can you set it to 30 seconds. you're about to get back on the court. you want to play basketball with me? >> all right. >> the thing is not up. >> you are going to try to win. >> yeah, already am. got you, one. are you ready for the new season? >> i'm getting ready for the
season. i'm excited about this year. oh, wait, i'm on fire right now. okay. >> well, you're all right. >> okay, i got, like, 13. >> you're warming up. >> it's coming -- just ended, but coming up back up again. >> all right, 30 seconds is up. dwyane wade, thank you for being here. perfection. perfection -- >> hold on, we're doing that. >> wait a minute, i can't get a shot. >> thank you for being here. yes. yeah, i didn't win. he's still pretty good. congratulations to the wades. and coming up, superstar liam nissan here live.
zblvlgs we are so happy to be liam nissan. starring in "a walk among the tombstones." it's out on friday, run, don't walk, to see this. he plays a police officer and a private eye helping people in need. here's a look. >> you should be talking to the fbi. >> i'm talking to you. >> look, mr. -- >> kenny. >> kenny. if you ask me to run a bag, deliver money, that is not something i do -- >> i already paid them. >> what? >> last night. >> and your wife, where is she? >> she's dead. >> going to say that, please
welcome liam nissan back here to "good morning america." oh. even when i hear your voice, especially in these roles -- >> yes, robin. >> that you're playing -- >> i have a cold, my voice is down here somewhere. >> still sounds good to me. but quickly, that's dan stevens -- >> from "downton abbey," yes. >> you didn't recognize him at first. looks different. >> i have to admit, i saw maybe three of those "downton abbey"s, and totally transformed himself. he's lost all this weight, does a very good brooklyn accent. >> he nailed it. and once again, the characters that you have been playing lately, matthew, good guy, bad guy, we can't really -- >> yeah. >> away can't really decide. a little complicated what you like. >> he has inner demons. he spent a number of years, the
nypd, and something tragic happened. and he -- he took himself out. out of the police force. but now he's an unlicensed private eye. and he's constantly treading on the -- the bad and the good side of law and order, you know? he operates in a very shady world of -- of gray areas of morality. let's put it that way. >> that's a good way of putting it. you like those roles. you said as a child you were drawn to the character, i think the phrase was a loan cowboy. what appealed to you? >> they appealed to me, growing up in ireland, watching robert mitcham playi ining a cowboy, t were loaners and complex guys. but they had a good moral compass, you know? they had a dignity. >> as do you.
and you bring up john wayne. did you see this in vanity fair, what a writer said, calling you the next john wayne. after a long, upward trending career as a much-admired actor, you came into the global authority of the sinmatic smackdown. >> he obviously got my check. >> to be put in that category. and you came into this genre later in your career. >> yeah. i guess i had this film, "taken," come out in 2009. i was 55 years of age. it became very successful. and suddenly hollywood started sending me a lot of these action scripts where the hero was originally written as a 30 year-old and i was like, 55 years of age or 57 years of age. >> you have a third one coming out? >> a third "taken." finished three months ago,
coming out january 9th, i believe. >> you said ireland, you were a bit home sick. we heard you had a favorite cheese, so we have from your homeland. i don't know if it's morning fare, i don't know how it goes with the coffee. but just to show our appreciation. >> it says from ireland. >> yes, it's stamped right there. liam, always a great sport. >> you too. >> always the best. and "a walk among the tombstones" hits theaters this weekend. and clean bandit is one of the
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don't believe tom corbett's tv ad. the facts speak for themselves. tom corbett cut a billion dollars from our schools. he took an
ax to education. twenty-seven thousand educators were laid-off. class sizes increased. and now almost eighty percent of school districts plan to raise property taxes. tom corbett. can't trust him on education. can't trust him to be for us.
hour ago. a child who fell from an apartment building in west philadelphia this morning has died from her injuries. this happened about an hour and a half ago along locust street in west philadelphia. the child an eight-year-old was rushed to children's hospital of philadelphia. we have been told that child is dead. the fall we are also told -- she fell from the ninth floor or the ninth story from this building so quite a fall. a tragedy here in west philadelphia they're trying to investigate how this happened and we'll keep on top of that for you as well. 8:57 now on this wednesday morning. matt pelman here with traffic. matt. >> horrible story there in west philadelphia, matt. good morning to you. here in chester county we have we have been watching huge delays this morning. reeceville road through this point at 340 along the 30 bypass eastbound had an earlier crash approaching 113 that's now gone. both lanes opened but the heavy traffic is still definitely out there. also had a crash here in mercer county on the ramp from 295 northbound to route 1 northbound just cleared but
speeds are still in the teens headed towards that earlier accident soon. new jersey turnpike southbound overnight truck fire still blocking a lane near exit six. matt. >> thank you matt. david is off. karen rogers is here with the accuweather forecast. karen. >> hey, matt temperatures just jumped up 5 degrees. let's take a look at the latest numbers. it's 64 in philadelphia, 54 in allentown, 63 in wilmington and 61 in sea isle city. so after a very cool start, moderating a little bit this afternoon. we'll still abcouple degrees below average with a high of 75. it's sunny and nice. tomorrow still nice, 76. friday cooler with some we warm up by sunday, matt. >> thank you karen. juliana our dad's a plumber.
a business manager. and a stickler for homework. i'm john kane running for state senate. dad says the road to a good job starts in the classroom. [ lori ] he's a great dad who sees taxes going up but schools not getting the funding they need. [ john ] so i'd put back the billion dollars corbett cut from education and make sure corporations and natural gas drillers paid their fair share. time to close the loopholes for the tax cheats. dad thinks a lot about education. i'm john kane and it's about time harrisburg did too.