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♪ >> that's a fitting song waking up this morning. thank you for joining us. we made it halfway through the week. you are watching "fox & friends first" on this wednesday morning. >> i am answer lay air heart thank y -- ainsley earhardt. thank you for starting your day with us. >> i am heather childers. this gunman visited a shooting range and bought a shot gun two-days before killing 12 people. >> investigators found no manifesto or other writings to suggest a motive. alexis had been suffering from serious health problems. now president obama ordering an examination of security standards for government contractors and government employees. liz brea elizabeth prann is live with more. >> reports coming in from the
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police department. they had contacted the local naval base telling them about the bizarre suspicious behavior. he was hearing voices through the walls, he couldn't sleep he felt like people were following him. despite those warnings he wasn't stripped of his clearance. they will be reviewing the process at all dod installations. the secretary is collecting input from senior leaders to define the parameters of this review which could be formally announced as soon as tomorrow. the administration is reviewing contracts for federal staffers. >> new documents reveal what could be the most powerful evidence yet the irs targeted
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conservative groups. usa today is reporting the agency flag groups based on literature mentioning things like anti obama rhetoric got a red flag. over 160 groups were listed along with congress from irs lawyers from washington concerned about different group's political activities. this man wanted for kidnapping a georgia girl from her home they were demanding 10,000 dollars in ransom. her family trying to raise the money for her safe return. the armed men fwloek into per raesz home demanding money and jewelry. when her mother denied having any they took their daughter and fled in a gray dodge. >> the ohio man confessed on-line to driving drunk and
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killing a 61-year-old veteran is expected to plead guilty. >> on june 22nd, 2013, i hit and killed vincent conzani. this video will act as my confession. >> in a surprising turn last week he pleaded not guilty to get a new judge to pro side over his case. his lawyer hoping it would help him secure a lighter sentence. he faces up to 8 years in prison. >> opening statements to begin this morning in the murder trial of the florida woman known as the hipa girl. jennifer mede caned national attention back in 2007 after seen on television shows because of her uncontrollable hick cupping. she was charged with murder after luring a man to a home where he was robbed and shot. there could be more flight delays in washington as crews
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are cleaning up after a fire at logan international airport. it sent thick black smoke and several flights were stranded. there were no injuries. any one flying in or out of logan is encouraged to check the flight status before heading out. >> now to the extreme weather in colorado. this morning some of the thousands of people who were forced out of their homes are start to go return. in other areas many are waiting to be rescued. alicia ahaz -- has more. >> it is dry in the mountain range. since monday the guard stranded hundreds of people after water destroyed road access to the rural communities nearly a week ago. clear skies mean the arrival of food and water and also a way out. >> we were all there and we had
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nothing. but every little bit we had we shared. >> we got our forces up into the communities. >> while search and rescue remains the priority the focus for some now shifts to recovery. >> we had a beautiful place here. my own slice of heaven but it is gone. >> the state estimates around 19,000 homes are eater damaged or destroyed. the president declared a major disaster in the area bringing up what could be ten's of millions in federal dollars. so far more than 6,000 people applied for assistance from fema lawmakers are promising colorado will emerge stronger. >> we know in the coming weeks, months or even years colorado is going to face a lot of rebuilding. we will rise to the occasion and build it back better than it was before it was destroyed. >> for now those who discovered extensive losses to see if they
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can get help it's a question of where to begin. >> so hard for all of those people living there. rescue crews will be working hard. what will the weather be? will the weather cooperate with them? let's find out. maria molina is in the weather condition. >> the weather conditions aren't forecast to be an issue. i want to point out my concern across parts of colorado and even into the plains is the water flowing along the river. you have high water levels along the rivers and flowing downstream. that can effect the areas further away from boulder colorado as it continues to creep further south and to the east. flooding over the next several days and into the weekend because some of the waters will flow in that direction. over all weather pattern not too bad. drier conditions moving to northern sections of new mexico where we have seen incredible flooding in those areas out there. a number of warnings have been in effect.
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otherwise thursday, friday, saturday even into sunday we are looking at generally dry conditions. for today there is a slight chance for a shower or storm. but much drier across parts of colorado. i want to take you to the east. we have a number of frost advisories and freeze warnings in effect. we are waking up to the second morning in a row of cold temperatures where crops could be damaged out here. within some of the higher elevations and in between some of those cities some of those smaller towns are waking up with temperatures only in the 30's. a chilly start today across sections of the northeast and the great lakes. there is a low across the center of the country. take a look at this. 792 for the high in kansas city. 92 memphis. climbing into the 80d in chicago. by tomorrow the high temperature in chicago 89 degrees.
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heat in sections of the midwest. 89 degrees for your high temperature. we have had unsettled conditions across parts of the northwestern use. further off to the east the upper mid wwest may be facing a threat for severe weather and cooler air begins to push toward that direction. ahead of the cold front hot temperatures today and tomorrow. >> we will be prepared because of you. president obama is being questioneded about how he is handling syria. robert gates and leon pin ne panetta they would have told congress not to seek approval for military strike. lack of action from the the government could em bold enamerican enemies once the president draws a red line he says he needs to do it. the new york's police department arresting four protestors marking the 2nd anniversary of the occupied wall
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street movement. >> you are not alone. >> we are here. >> we are here. >> pro tests marched near the group's former ohm base at the park. they were kicked out november 2011. they are still fighting for economic justice. >> today is your last chance to get your power baltic et before the big drawing tonight if you are into that. the estimate the jackpot is $4 million. your odds of winning are only 1 in 175 million. there have been 11 drawings since september 10th without winners. few more people could walk away with a million dollar in prize money. tonight. >> sounds good. i will try. >> the pharmacy chain walgreens is following the lead to other big companies to shift its workers to private healthcare
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exchanges as an alternative to the obama care health. other top business news for you this morning. >> good moaning. we are days away from enrollment to the on-line health insurance known as the exchanges. walgreens the latest company to move workers to a private exchange giving cash. red lop ster darden restaurants. walgreens edition raises its enrollment to nearly 300,000 and expects that number to double next year. you keep hearing the job market the real estate market are all getting better. why does it feel like the reception still existists for americans. median income was 50,000 dollars 8 percent below where it was before the recession. back in 2007 that decline is troubling because it is highlighting a growing gap between the rich and the poor.
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the top 5 percent of earners topped recovery 85 percent have not. 15 percent of americans still live in poverty. that's 23,000 dollars for a family of four. that means government programs like food stamps and unemployment insurance are their laf line. could miami's white hot real estate market be cooling off. the famous mansion on ocean drive selling for 41 and a half million dollars at auction. the 19,000 square foot house with 24 carat mow say he can pool listed last year for $125 million. >> what a steal. 41 and a half million. >> it's 11 minutes at the top of the hour. the answer to decade's old cold cases might have been found at the bottom of an oklahoma lake. why? authorities are saying the shocking discovery could give
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>> on the streets of new york city this morning. we hope that you are getting up and moving as well. we thank you for joining f"fox friends first". today a house panel will hold a hearing to get to the bottom of what happened in benghazi. congressman darrel issa said the state department investigation was deeply flawed. a new republican staff report says that senior state department officials were let off the hook. >> we can certainly have mrs. clinton back. >> the under secretary who approved the benghazi post with substandard security will take the stand today. >> a deadly brain ameba shown up in the water could be a result of hurricane katrina. they are tapping the water system with chlorine hoping it will kill off the pair sites
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making it safe again after a 4-year-old died from the ameba. this is happening in saint bernard perish of new orleans which was badly hit by hurricane katrina. the fire that tore through part of a jersey shore boardwalk being blamed on super storm sandy. the fire started in old wires beneath the boardwalk damaged salt water and sand last october. the wires were never inspected after the storm. that fire destroyed more than 50 businesses in two towns. listen to this story. two men wanted for kidnapping a 14-year-old georgia girl. here is her picture. reportedly demanding a 10,000 dollar ransom. carolyn ryan is live in georgia with the latest on the search for these suspects. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. that's right there are various
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reports circulating at this hour these two suspects may be dae manning a ransom. fox has not been able to independently confirm those reports. but however at this point anything is possible. this is just all around a pretty shocking case against 14-year-old perez missing 24-hours after being kidnapped from her home in the middle of the night. her mother told police the two suspects broke in through the back door. she took her two children and the family dog and hid in a closet. at that point the suspects did find the family hiding in the closet confronted the family, asked for money and jewels. when the mother couldn't produce any that is when the suspect shot the family dog and kidnapped that young girl. they have leased a sketch of the two suspects in the case. they are asking the public to pay close attention take a close look at these sketches of these two suspects because of course they could be anywhere at this
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point. mane time the garls friends and family gathered last night for a very emotional prayer vigil praying for her safe return. at this hour 14-year-old avoni perez still in extreme danger this morning. that's the latest from atlanta, back to you. >> oo the time is 19 after the top of the hour. an explosive air force mission caught on camera. why the military blew up this pirate boat with 200 pounds of explosives. >> it is going to be a taxing decision the next time you are asked if you prefer paper or plastic. the new proposal that will have shoppers charged a little more.
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>> good morning to you and your family on this wednesday morning. let me tell you what's happening on the news this morning. two-cars found on the bottom of a lake in oklahoma could solve mysteries left open for decades. the cars recovered yesterday match the description of cars ik in the 50's and in the 70s. investigators say there were human remains inside these cars.
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authorities say they hope the new evidence can bring the families some closure. >> is this teenager being punished for trying to do the right thing. listen to the story the 16-year-old student was at fox area chapel high school in pittsburgh. he voluntarily turned himself into school officials after he realized he brought his pocket knife to a football game. he had gone hunting. he was suspended anyway for 10-days. that is the same punishment students get for trying to sneak weapons into school. this sends a horrible message about telling the truth. here is a live look it morning at the white house if you can see it. it is pretty dark there. president obama eliminated all public tours. but the report reveals lobbyists saw no change in their access to the president or senior aid. it found 200 of them met 344
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times at the white house between march and may of this year. >> this fake pirate boat didn't stand a chance. the air force proving the bomber is not just good for land missions. they dropped a 2,000 pound laser guided bomb on the gulf to show off the pinpoint accuracy. the bombs cost over 20,000 dollars each. pennsylvania residents could be paying more to use plastic bags at grocery stores. senators are proposing charges a two-cent tax for every plastic bag that is used. opponents say it will get people to use reusable bags and eliminate the waste. we will see if it works. the time now is 25 after the top of the hour. coming up you like starbucks? >> i do. once welcome customers carrying guns it is now shifting the company policy. what is behind the decision?
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>> it is wednesday september 18th. we begin with fox news alert. a man went on a murderous rampage at the navy guard in washington, d.c. a man comes forward saying he warned them weeks before the shooting. could this tragedy have been prevented? we will have more on the developing story. >> this teenager ayvani hope perez was taken from her home. they have made a ransom demand. the breaking details coming right up. >> 400 million reasons why you want to go to the store and buy a power baltic et. the jackpot you don't want to miss out on.
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♪ >> beautiful morning out there. no rain in the forecast today. we are thankful for that. let's move to a fox news alert this morning. we are learning new details about navy yard shooter aaron alexis he bought a shot gun with ammunition two-days before killing 12 people. >> this as investigators have found no manifesto or other wrightings to suggest a motive. he had been suffering from serious health problems. now president obama ordering an examination of security standards for government contractors and federal
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employees. doug luzader is live with the latest. good morning, doug. >> good morning. hindsight may be 2020 but is the federal government too lax when it comes to security that is the question for congress and president obama. it is clear from investigators just before carrying out what became a massacre aaron alexis walked through the front doors unimpeded and armed. >> as previously mentioned he had access to the navy yard as a result of his work as a contractor. he ut lieded a valid pass to gain entry to the building. >> a valid pass and security clearance. he told police he was wearing voices and he was being followed. police told navy officials about it there. he sought treatment from the va and had a number of brushes with the law. it is a disconnect the family of
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victims is having difficulty comprehending. >> the shooter from what i understand from the news had convictions in the past. i don't know how in the world he got a clearance to be able to get into the navy i can't remember theed with tho -- navy with the weapons to begin with. >> president obama is now ordering a government wide review of the processes that lead to these kind of clearances. the reality is the demand for government contractors with security clearances far out pace supply. >> new documents reveal what could be the most powerful evidence yet that 9 irs targeted conservative groups. the irs reports the agency flagged groups based on the content of their literature mentioning things like anti obama rhetoric got a red flag. over 160 groups were listed in the documents along with
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comments from irbe rs lawyers in washington concerned about different group's political activity. more than 80 percent of those groups were conservatives. this morning these two men wanted for kidnapping a 14-year-old georgia girl from her house reportedly now demanding a 10,000 dollar ransom. ayva nishg hope's perez's family trying to raise the money for her safe return. the armed men broke into her house demanding money and jewelry. when the mother denied having any of those they took her daughter and ran in a dodge vehicle. >> the ohio man who confessed on-line to drive drunk and killing a 61-year-old veteran is expected to plead guilty today. >> my name is matthew cordol on june 22nd i hit and killed
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vincent... >> in a surprising turn last week he plead not guilty to get a new judge to preside over hi case. his lawyers hoping the move would help the 22-year-old get a lighter sentence. he faces up to 8 years in prison. >> opening statements set to begin in morning this the murder trial of the florida woman known as the pick up girl. 22-year-old jennifer mede gained national -- the pickup gihick up girl. she was seen because of her uncontrollable hick upping. she was charged with murder after ladies and gentlemenedly luring a man to a home where evidences robbed and shot. a huge explosion rocking a connecticut neighborhood. a home torn apart, literally. nothing left standing. and this morning we are learning it might have all been caused bay propane. >> the house was leveled, there
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was debris in the tree. glass chards, front door, back door thrown many feet away. >> at the end of a driveway firefighters found a 6 bedroom house blown right off its lot. >> completely gone. there was nothing left. the house was in pieces strewn through out a 400 foot radius of where it once stood. >> some sort of explosion erased the home sending debris into the neighborhood's airspace and sound waves rattling houses. propane from a 500 gallon pank burr -- tank buried some place seems to be the culprit. >> we have heavy machinery there. >> firefighters spent hours burning off the remainder of that propane. the initial blast also inflicted less significant damage to surrounding homes.
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>> pine trees were snapped. it was a very big explosion. >> that was matt cane reporting. >> parents in nashville, tennessee are outraged after their high school students were taken on a field trip to a mosque and hindu temple but not a church or synagogue. it was a class on world religion. on top of that the assignment included a single page on christianity and 5 pages on islam. the school district issued this statement saying our district has reviewed the practice and decided to eliminate field trips to religious venues from this class. this decision was made due to the fact that equal representation in regards to fields trips to all religions in the course is not feasible. a parent of one of those students will join us live. >> donow to an extreme weather lart in colorado the death toll decreasing from 8 to 6.
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improving conditions returned to the battered neighborhood. meanwhile they are shifting focus from emergency air lifts to trying to find the more than 500 people that are still unaccounted for. and rescuers continue that search will this weather hurt their efforts and will they be able to tureturn people back safely? >> let's check in with paw rhea molina with the latest. >> we are talking dry conditions and visibility has also improved. earlier this week on monday even on sunday we had a lot of fog and misty conditions. hire visibility now forecast across sections of colorado. really the reason for that is we have winds out of the north and west. that is bringing in much drier air off of the rockies. that is suppressing the moisture producing all of the heavy rain in parts of colorado and new mexico. the forecast is for generally drier weather. there is a slight chance today
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you could be looking at a shower maybe a thunderstorm. it is very slight. we are talking 10 percent of seeing that activity. isolated across parts of colorado. the national hurricane centersy tracting an area of low pressure across parts of mexico. we have picked up significant rainfall. folks in acapulco have been stuck and stranded out there. some people haven't been able to return home. a lot of heavy rain has been an issue across mexico. now we are tracking the area of low pressure that has an 80 percent chance of becoming a tropical storm. take a look over the next several days. gulf of mexico and computer models some taken over parts of mexico bad news more rain in an area that picked up as much as 20 inches of rain in some of the higher elevations or parts of the gulf coast could be looking at impacts of the stormt system. in the northeast frost advisory
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freeze warnings. temperatures 40's and 50's this morning but by the afternoon we will be climbing into the 70s and upper 60s for some people. >> thank you so much, maria. >> incredible rescue caught on camera. neighbors risking their lives to save a worker trapped in a burning new york city department. look at that video. this good samaritan lifting the bridge to the window sill. grabs the man and carries him across to safety. what a close call. >> unusual tube shaped cloud. this over virginia this week going viral. this type of cloud is called a roll cloud. they usually form in the morning but don't produce any rain.
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loan made to if is kerr that ma. they haven't built a vehicle in more than a year t. owes the government $168 million. they missed payments on the doe loans. fisker won a $529 million loan from the government back in 2009. >> a group of ohio state students had quite the surprise. they were living with a room nate and didn't even know it. according to the student newspaper. a group of male students were leasing a house near the school. they found out a stranger was living in their basement in a room they thought was a utility closet. they were nice enough to let him move his things out after he discovered. they joked about having a ghost. they noticed things were a bit out of order. >> this story will make you skate your head. they are banning flip flops.
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no one knows why. the parks are in the area and they aren't sure how the rule started. people found out about it when a dog park opened and the rules were posted. as officials work to get to the bottom of it. there is no enforcement because there's no supervision at the park. they are shifting their company policy requesting coffee drinkers leave their firearms at home. diane macedo joins us more on this story. good morning diane. >> in the wake of another mass shooting they are asking customers not to bring their guns into starbucks stores. local gun laws nearly 7,000 companies in the doors. including open carry laws that allow them to bring guns into the stores. over the last few months the number of people bringing guns into starbucks has increased as has the frequency of starbucks
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appreciation days. where gun owners show up at starbucks cafes to show their gratitude to the gun policies. it frustrated begun kroel advocates who have been trying to for some time to get them to ban guns at the stores. they foun themselves in the position where advocates on both sides were using starbucks as a staging ground for their own political decision. the company issued an open letter asking them to keep their stores free of guns so all patrons can feel comfortable there. till it isn't a ban just a request. customers with guns will be served. no one wanted to be the person to tell a bunch of gwinn owners they can't have their morning coffee. >> the time now is 10 minutes until the top of the hour. coming up we know that having newborns can mean sleepless nights of course. new numbers detail the actual price people pay in making that
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transition to parenthood. >> businesses going big brother. why some companies are opting to spy on their employees. first a check of what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> tell me if you like the rundown. new details are emerging about the navy yard shooter and his battle with mental illness. were there warning signs missed? should he have received an honorable discharge? then singer jewel, not only does she sing, but she also writes. she has a new book. she is going to talk about it. part 3 in our series with the duck diynasty family. you won't believe where we watched the show. newly crowned miss america was miss new york. tamara housley is here. word is she married adam. we will find out and ask her two other things. please put something on. mine was earned in djibouti, africa. 2004.
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>> two minutes till the top of the hour. before you leave the house, here's what's happening today. new details about navy yard shooter aaron alexis. investigators revealing the suspect was suffering from serious health problems. one officer said he did warn the navy weeks ago about alexis. the ohio man who confessed on-line to driving drunk and killing a 60-year-old veteran expected to plead guilty
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today. he faces up to eight years in prison. the powerball jackpot drawing is tonight. the estimated payout, 400 million buckaroos. the odds of winning, one in 175 million. >> time now to look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. up first, the good. this young boy walked into a police station and donated his life savings -- $10.03 -- to a police station in milwaukee. he rode his bike toefrt station apparently without telling his parents. the donation was to honor his grandfather, a police officer who was killed in the line of duty back in 1974. good for him. >> next the bad. one man in japan has twice the bad luck. he has been forced out of his home two times for the olympics of the first in 1964 to make way for the olympic grounds. and now he's being convicted again so the stadium can be guilty for 2020. finally the ugly.
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one guy having buyers remorse so frustrated with his $161,000 bmw, he took a sledgehammer to it. couldn't get it fixed at the mechanic's. >> "fox & friends" starts right now. >> have a great day. >>elisabeth: good morning. it is wednesday, september 1. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. we're hearing a motive or several motives behind the navy yard shooting. we'll look at aaron alexis's job reviews and how warnings go him -- how warnings about him weeks ago were missed. >>steve: people to the white house may be closed to people like you and me but the doors are propped wide open if you're a lobbyist. hundreds get access in just days. so what happened to this promise? >> i don't take a dime from washington lobbyists and special interests. they do not run my campaign

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