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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, protesters taking to the streets after video is released showing a teenager shot by a police officer. the officer charged with murder. and what we know about the victim. terror threats. millions of americans hitting the road for the holiday. security tightens around the world. new details about the paris attackers and what else they had planned. wild weather. snow, damaging winds setting the stage for a holiday mess for millions of americans. we're tracking it all. caught on camera during a demolition, a smokestack crashing down on a piece of equipment a worker inside. good wednesday morning, everyone. breaking overnight, the growing
outrage in chicago, of course, sparked by another racially charged police shooting. >> angry protesters spilled into the streets of chicago last night blocking traffic, clashing with police over the death of a black teenager at the hands of a white officer. >> take a look. this is the dramatic dash cam video released hours after that officer was charged with first degree murder. you can see 17-year-old laquan mcdonald walking away as the officer opens fired. mcdonald was shot 16 times in a matter of seconds. the latest from abc's stephanie ramos. >> reporter: the windy city on edge as hundreds of protesters walk the streets overnight. protests after the city released this dash cam video which officials say shows 17-year-old laquan mcdonald walking away from police officer jason van dyke. >> to watch a 17-year-old young
man die in such a violent manner is deeply disturbing. >> reporter: tearing at the hearts of chicagoans but now that van dyke is charged with first degree murder, documented details are unfolding. on october 20th, 2014, 9:47 p.m., police receive a call about a suspect armed with a knife breaking into cars. within ten minutes officers find mcdonald walking down the street. the video shows mcdonald was moving away from the officers. the prosecutor says within six seconds van dyke opened fire shooting all 16 rounds from his 9 millimeter gun within 15 seconds. mcdonald falls to the ground almost instantly and died soon after. the prosecutor says officer van dyke kept firing his gun even after the teen collapsed. outside court, the officer's attorney had only this to say. >> this is not a murder case. despite what you heard in the courtroom. >> reporter: what is seen in the video has city officials and
mcdonald that would's family urging calm in the community. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. >> the morning's other dig big storying learning more about a terror plot that could have claimed more lives in paris. >> the ringleader of the first set of attacks was planning to target the city's financial district a few days later but abdelhamid abaaoud anden accomplice were killed in a raid before they could carry out the second plot as police try to track down the eighth attacker and another man they say a sleeper cell of ben ten is still on the loose. as that search goes on in europe, french president francois hollande has -- was here in the u.s. during an international effort against isis. he met with president obama at the white house before the two leaders addressed the issue with reporters. >> make no mistake, we will win and groups like isil will lose and standing with allies like france we will continue to show the world the best of american leadership. >> hollande meets today with german president angela merkel and tomorrow with russian
president vladimir putin and president obama says turkey has the right to defend itself after it shot down a russian jet. the turks say they warned the russians ten times in foo int interminutes their plane strayed into turkish air space. one of the pilots shot down is now in the hands of the syrian army. the other was killed. >> in the meantime, tensions are being dialed up here at home. fears of a paris-style copycat attack has officials at amtrak and tsa ramping up security on this getaway day with the largest number of people flying since the great recession, the tsa says it's stepping up passenger screening as well as deploying more than 900 canine teams nationwide. despite the state department urging americans to avoid large crowds here in new york that will be all but impossible tomorrow with temperatures nearing the 60s, authorities are expecting record crowds for the 89th macy's thanksgiving day.
in addition to the increased security severe weather will have an impact on travelers today as the winter storm that has plagued the northwest moves east. taking a look at the radar, clouds gathering on the west coast after the system dumped as much as a foot of snow in the mountains. let's get the complete forecast now from accuweather's justin povick. justin, good morning. >> reena and kendis, thanks and good morning to you, as well. the northwest is going to be on the chilly side the next couple of days but not quite as stormy where it's going to be turning stormier, at least the central plains, that's the case here on this wednesday, lots of moisture streaming off to the north. so at the same time a front is sliding south and east so showers will arrive heading in towards thursday look at the huge change in temperature from northwest to southeast. reena and kendis, let's toss it back over to you. >> thank you, justin. breaking through the clouds of donald trump's presidential campaign, a new bright spot. his wife. melania trump stumped with him for the first time in myrtle beach, south carolina, telling
supporters he would be quote the best president ever. trump again called out hillary clinton as lacking the strength or the stamina to lead the country. hillary clinton meantime, is appeasing immigration activists by take a new direction with her language. during a facebook chat with telemundo clinton said her use of the term illegal immigrants earlier this month was a poor choice of words in describing immigrants who are breaking the law by entering the u.s. she later went on describe them as undocumented immigrants. pope francis begins his first trip to africa today and lands in kenya later today, the first leg of a five-day visit and make stops in uganda and the central african republic. it has the growibiggest growing population of catholics any anywhere. among this year's 17 medal of freedom honorees are baseball
legends willie mays. barbara surprise sand and james taylor. flora and he stefan. well deserved. a new champion crowned on abc's "dancing with the stars." >> 17-year-old bindi irwin got a pier affect score but so this nick carter and earned perfect scores from the judges monday night but the fan votes put the mirrorball trophy in bindi's hands. the teen has been a crowd favorite from really the start. she, nick and alek skarlatos will be live in times square later on "gma." >> i wonder what she's going to do next. where does she go from here? >> she's so young. has such a bright future. >> 17. >> she should do dancing. still ahead a consumer alert. e. coli infections linked to a popular product ott costco.
a wild car chase and shoot-out in the middle of philadelphia. a state trooper chasing a teenage suspect when the suspect's karamed the rear end of a school bus. both vehicles burst into flames. there were no students on board. then police say the teen jumped from the car, firing at the trooper who was shot in the shoulder. he'll be okay. the teenage is in custody. hundreds have marched in the streets after the shooting of jamar clark by police.
clark's funeral is later today. three people are in custody for shooting into a crowd of black lives matters demonstrators monday night. prosecutors are considering whether they will be charged with a hate crime. the cdc says an e. coli outbreak which made at least 19 sick is linked to chicken salad sold at costco. all of it has been pulled from shelves and consumers being warned to thrown away any of the salad they bought on or before last friday. details on abcnews.com. pay close attention. between now and black friday is when experts say you'll find the deepest discounts on tvs. where can you find that bargain flat screen? this 49-inch toshiba is $280 off. this one is $350 off, $249 at target. the lowest price of all this
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more than a foot of snow on the ground in bend, oregon. the city on the eastern edge of the cascades got 4 inches in just three hours last evening. accidents stopped or slowed traffic on area roads. and with temperatures in the teens overnight, the roads are now icy. well, those snow, slippery road conditions cover all of the cascades and the northern rockies this morning. roads will also be wet in southern california and from texas northeast to the great lakes. if you're flying weather-related delays likeliest in san francisco, los angeles and salt lake city. well, chicago remains on edge this morning as the world gets a first look at the fatal police shooting of a black teenager. >> the dash cam video shows 17-year-old laquan mcdonald gunned down in the street by officer jason van dyke shot 16 times in 15 seconds. protesters immediately took to the streets, blocked traffic and clashed with police. mcdonald was suspected of breaking into cars when he wasa. none of the other officers
opened fire. officer van dyke seen in the center here charged with first degree murder and being held without bail. another story developing overnight, suspended st. louis rams receiver bailey is in a florida hospital after being shot listed in critical but stable condition. he was wounded twice in the head and is expected to undergo surgery today. bailey was in a car with others when he was wounded. he is serving a four-game suspension for violati old infad full term baby was found by the church custodian after he heard cries. the parish priest said he could think of no better place to leave a child, a place the mother obviously felt was safe. now, police say there's video of the mother leaving the child behind. they'd like to seek with her. david canary known for playing adam and stewart
chandler for 30 years. he was nominated 16 years for daytime emmy awards. he won five types. canary retired from his role five years ago. david canary died last week of natural causes. he was 77 years old. a happy reunion in hawaii for a man who survived a brutal shark attack a month after losing a leg in the attack tony lee got a visit from the two paramedics who helped save his life treating him on the beach and rushing him to the hospital. lee still has a long road to recovery but he has a great attitude saying he remains positive and hopeful. >> i can still get to work and do everything else but this is the new normal and i can't spend the rest of my life, you know, mourning for the fact that i have only one leg. >> and lee didn't plan to be in that wheelchair for very long already talking about learning to walk again. well, there is new proof that operating heavy equipment can be dangerous as a backhoe
was demolishing the smokestack at an old mill in pell city, alabama, the structure collapsed on to it but the cab is built to actually take it and the operator is fine. the 1890s smokestack resisted two attempts to demolish it with explosives. this worked a little too well. >> a pretty good commercial for the backhoe company. nice. well, some sports now and we did mention there would be changes in the new college football playoff rankings and there were. >> yeah, the new top four, clemson, alabama, oklahoma and iowa. as for last night's hoops highlights from espn. >> hey there they're keeping us here against our will and compelling us to give you a sports report. kenny, jay, big doings in the nba. >> 16-0 to start the season, the warriors led by that man, steph curry had it all over the lakers. curry lobbed to andrew bogut, warriors up 20. here it is again.
later, curry driving baseline. leave him alone. they turn away easy fadeaway and warriors up 60-44. curry coming around to pick, nails a three. he had 24 points, 9 assists, warriors win, 111-77 making history with a 16-0 start. >> 16 wins in a row happens all the time probably. this has never happened. pacers/wizards. pacers, 73% three-point shooter. best three-point mark percentage by any team taking 25 or more shots and big reason why was paul george doing it once, twice, how about some more, otto porter jr. ain't going to stop him, huh-uh. might have traveled first but it doesn't matter. it doesn't, 40 points, eight rebounds, four assists. paul george is our overnight news, player of the game. >> steph curry might have been in contention with that.
>> probably if he'd have played the fourth quarter but he didn't. >> this will wrap up this sports report. happy thanksgiving. >> thanks, fellas for sticking around against your will. up next in "the pulse" breaking the internet overnight, the new "captain america" trailer released. going viral, the man being called the best husband ever. kohl's stores open thursday at 6pm featuring black friday doorbusters
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starting with sweet satisfaction for the man known than the pie guy. >> james' video showed his transformation into patti labelle just over a few bites of patti's pie. ♪ patti when you've been blessed feels like heaven ♪ >> guess what, patti herself has confirmed she's not invited him for thanksgiving dinner she's even going to cook for him. >> he's going to lose his mind. patti says he gives love to people and now her love will include personally introducing him around the music industry. >> get a contract. >> he could. >> i would be happy to just have dinner with patti. she doesn't even have to cook. >> next up, big news for marvel fans. >> well, thanks to chris evans and robert downey jr. you now have a first look at "captain
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>> good morning i'm tamala edwards it's wednesday morning park the day before thanksgiving. here's what we're working on this morning. we're following new details on the teen charged in the shooting of a pennsylvania trooper. you say the as breaking news on 6abc. shots fired an fiery crash all in the middle of the vine street expressway. and a fire underground leaves hundreds of people without power in olde city. also the deal that could mean the revel casino back opened by summer time. it's a busy travel day. live at the airport and 30th street station, a check of your roads and accuweather. "action news" is up next. >> ♪ backstage look at the final night in the ballroom. >> abc's brandi hitt is in los angeles with every detail and how 17-year-old bindi irwin
earned that mirrorball trophy. >> reporter: good morning, reba mcentire and kendis. celebrating continues on the floor. victor espinoza to my right but the big story, of course, is bindi irwin. she was a fan favorite from the beginning and right now she is a dancing with the stars champion. >> who, who, who. and welcome to the season finale. >> reporter: a star-studded holiday themed finale for season 21's "dancing with the stars." enough for two stages with 12 celebrities back out on the dance floor. ♪ there will be music everywhere ♪ >> and several live performances including this one by chaka khan. ♪ i'm every woman >> reporter: but it all came down to the three finalists and their last fusion dance. first up, backstreet boy nick carter with just 24 hours to rehearse. >> 10. >> reporter: then it was alek skarlatos' turn, the american
hero kicking up his heels one final time for the judges. >> 27 out of 30. >> reporter: finally team wildlife conservational bindi irwin, a crowd favorite since the beginning. >> season 21 has been my favorite by the far. it's because of you, bindi irwin. >> reporter: the host first revealed the third place celebrity. >> alek and lindsay. >> i've had so much fun. >> reporter: the big moment, "dancing with the stars" champion. >> bindi and derek. [ cheers and applause ] >> bindi irwin deserve i had. bindi deserved. >> thank you so much for everything. i can't believe i'm here. thanks for changing my life art she and the rest of the finalists are now on a flight heading your way to new york city so they can appear on "good morning america" this morning. reena and kendis. >> i want to know what she does next. >> she'll be on "gma" next. >> right. well, that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for
>> ♪ >> "action news." delaware valley's leading news program. with matt o'donnell, tamala edwards, karen rogers and meteorologist, david murphy. >> ♪ >> here's what we're following for you on this wednesday, november 25th. >> a teenager is expected to be arraigned shoot soon in a shootout that injured pennsylvania state trooper. >> pro midwests march through chicago after a video he is released showing a deadly police involved shooting. >> a live look as you can take a look at the area where the vine turns over to 95. the roads and airports will be busy he today with thanksgiving traveling. >> good morning, it is 4:30 the day before thanksgiving. let's turn to david and karen for weather and traffic. >> we're off to a clear start.