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they were taking a break in an area set aside for them. we get more from adrian bankert. >> reporter: a taxicab careening out of control and into a crowd at this taxi pool. >> responding to a motor vehicle accident. >> reporter: around 1:40, the taxi driver plowed into a pedestrian area, crashing into the building. >> we have accident reconstruction on scene. they'll do an investigation. >> reporter: ten people were injured and rushed to local hospitals. at least one is in serious condition. law enforcement across the country already on high alert for the holiday, on guard for any deliberate crash into crowds. state police moved quickly to rule out terrorism. >> does not appear at this time to be any indication of an intention act but more a tragic accident. >> reporter: police say the
56-year-old taxicab driver has no history of violations and is cooperating. it appears that all the people he hit were fellow taxicab drivers, adrian bankert, abc news, boston. the > and in chicago, police have tracked down a vehicle thanks to a parking ticket. the suv was running when it was snatched. the suv was ticketed for a parking violation a few miles away in where it was stolen. no word if the weapons were inside. now the slogan for buffalo wild wings is wings, beer, sports. it also has plenty of big screen televisions, so this woman decided they might not notice if she took one home. the manager of a res trauptd near charleston, west virginia say she grabbed it from a patio. >> she got away with it. you just walk out of a restaurant with a big screen. >> she did. wings, beer, sports! >> and
do you remember what it was like the first time you took sip of coca-cola? magic. >> this little girl's name is evie, and this may be her first sugar high. >> she throws her head all the way back. and when she finally straightens up. she goes back for more. >> but the best thing about it is that first run, one eye is open, one eye is closed. she is -- >> and then ooh, i think i'll have another sip. >> i mean, clearly too much of a caffeinated drink is not necessarily great for a child. >> no, probably not. >> i try not to pump my children full of caffeinated drinks, because they're bad enough without them, frankly. >> they don't need any help in. >> no. >> no rid bued bull going aroun wautd household? >> no. i think that made my day, that picture of little
>> i love it. >> fantastic. >> coming up, why the fourth of july is a great time if you're trying to save some dough on shopping. december-worthy deals you won't want to miss. and venus williams was in tears after being asked for the first time about being involved in a fatal crash. first, here's a look at today's high temps. world news weather, brought to you by febreze. your privacy makes you my number 1 place... ...to go number 2. i love you, but sometimes you stink. ♪ new febreze air effects with odorclear technology cleans... ...away odors like never before.
now, a couple that recently moved to oregon from california are feeling distinctly unwelcome. they awoke to find their home and car spray painted with graffiti. the car was also keyed, scratched by a key, resentment against california moving into oregon goes back decades but has been increasing in recent years as rents and home prices soar. >> that's so mean. and just weeks after anousing he wou announced he would seek professional help, woods lahas been released. he said he had a problem managing medication for back pain and ins
arrested for driving under the influence. venus williams won her match at wimbledon but then came an emotional press conference. >> she attempted to answer questions about a fatal accident back at home that police say she caused. >> jay longman now has the rest of the story. >> reporter: a champion lost for words, overcome with emotion. at a press conference after her opening match at wimbledon, the usually soft-spoken venus williams asked about the june car crash that left a 78 year old man dead. >> there are really no words to describe how devastating and, yeah. i, am completely speechless, and it's just -- >> reporter: the accident haunts her. >> yeah, i mean, i'm just -- >> reporter: venus attempts to compose herself. the moderator eventually steps in. >> maybe i should
at wimbledon is the first time williams has beenon the police report claims venus was to blame in the fatal crash. that family now filing a lawsuit against the tennis star. but for now, venus seems determined to focus on womenable done, winning that opening round match. williams did return to the press conference moments later, but she would only answer questions about tennis. james longman, london. and on other action, it was a short stay for stan wawrinka. a bad knee and tough opponent approved to be too much for wawrinka. he lost in the first round in four sets. and andy murray appears to be okay. the world number one and defending champ came into wimbledon recovering from a hip injury. it didn't head him back as he had straight sits to move to
>> and the duchess of cambridge attended in her role. she took over the role from queen elizabeth back in december. you are very good at saying wawrinka, by the way. >> he's my second favorite. >> who's your first? >> federer. andy muir r andy murray, if he wins it again, it will be ridiculous, they will go crazy. >> will you celebrate? >> i will. >> will you celebrate on air for "world news now"? >> sure. >> what are you going to do? >> $10, he's going to win. >> you've got to do something embarrassing, or i will. >> maybe james longman and i will appear shirtless, both of us. >> you heard it. the terms are laid down. i love that james longman isn't a part of the bet. i have no terms against me and now longman. >> people want to see james longman with his shirt off more
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so some unique categories of items go on sale during this midsummer week. >> shoes are definitely big for fourth of july weekend. similar to clothing. they are one of the big items that's going to be discounted. we're seeing a sale from cole hahn. >> reporter: crocs has details and the shoe warehouse historically has a blowout on july 4th. also big chains discount summer items just when you need them. walgreens has a buy one get one 50% deal on sunscreen. >> we normally advise people not to buy seasonal goods during the season when it would be most useful. the fourth of july is the exception to that. >> reporter: especially on tents.
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yeah. all right. >> let's get on with it. >> all right, question one. who is this man? >> which man? uncle sam. [ applause ] >> nick watt, ladies and gentlemen. question number two. what bird did ben franklin want as the national bird? >> i have no idea. >> the falcon. >> i'm going to say the turkey. >> the turkey? >> they are delicious. oh! jack sheehan with the turkey! >> that would be a weird national bird, okay. >> let's see who can name this july 4th classic. >> we're going to live on! we're going to survive. today we celebrate our independence day! >> okay, and then the next
question? is who, who -- >> oh, i knew this. >> who sewed the first flag. >> i did know this. >> 13 stars, 13 colonies. >> i don't remember! >> i have no idea. i'm totally lost evon this one. >> betsy ross. >> okay, that wasn't on the tip of my tongue. >> it wasn't in mine either. it came up in the prompter. so washington by the way wanted a six-point star, but betsy said it would be easier to do a five-point star. so he agreed to change it. that's why we have -- >> really? >> five-point stars. >> that is quite a skirt. >> it made my skirt easier to show. what was the name of the fourth that frances scott key references in "the star-spangled banner." >> ft. mchenry. i cheated as
this morning on "world news now," the president gears up for another overseas trip of and while president trump complains on twitter about the media ignoring his self-proclaimed economic achievements at home, his tweeting habits are influencing the rest of the world, global leaders weighing in. and breaking news that north korea has launched another missile. it's an issue that's sure to be discussed at the summit this week as the u.s. and its allies work toward a solution. and newly released video of a bizarre arrest. a naked man on a train with a pesticide sprayer, slapping the cop in the face before