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what they go through trying to feed themselves but john has a pretty good idea what it's like. >> i was born and raised in new york city. i know what it's like to live on food stamps and welfare checks. >> reporter: john now works in an environment where he's surrounded by food, the vice- president have programs here at the maryland food bank oversaw the diswiewtion -- distribution of 34 million pounds of food. the cuts in the program threatens to we out programs like this. >> the food has been distributed to people in need. it e question lents to $5 million. it erases the whole year. it's almost like we didn't do anything this year. >> reporter: the council impacts soup kitchens, shelters
wednesday. now the state's exchange site has experienced some problems. it's working with the main contractor to fix those issues and make the site even better. >> we're getting down to the end of the year and people with the flexible spending accounts usually mean as rush to spend whatever's left. the treasury department said it will relax the year end rule. employees can carry up to $500 to the next year. the treasury set that limit saying most amounts are less than $500. weather wise, maryland's most powerful radar shows nice clearing. the last rain was until the last 30 minutes. sky's clear. a fine evening to finish out the first day of november. in fact, unbelievely mild, in the low 70s. still some 60s and low vest of
the. clearing out of the west but cooler air set to punch in out of the west. in fact, you'll feel a difference by first thing tomorrow morning. into the 60s tomorrow and chillier by sunday. we look at that. >> while we note identity of the man killed in harman's also night, police found 44-year-old anthony ciancia who had been shot in his upper body and was taken to the hospital where he died. he had arranged to meet another man to sell a car. when levia-archilla showed up, he was shot. >> this is the seventh homicide in anne arundel county this year. we have an update on another shooting. baltimore police arrested
sterling ford on attempted murder charges for a shooting that happened on homewood avenue. ford shot a man in the chest and the police are looking for two others who were with ford. tomorrow a baltimore firefighter will be laid to rest. andrew hoffman was shot and killed in a murder suicide. his girlfriend marie hartman was also killed. the shooter, officer christopher robinson took his life. happy days are here agn for people who love the pipe theater. we'll take you inside as it reopens for the first time in 30 years. >> this weekend we turn the clock back and gain an hour of sleep.
>> pizza for $5.99. they did a good job remodeling it. >> those raw oysters are great all right. wyatt will be back with the forecast coming up in less than 10 minutes. halloween's over. what do you do with all those jack o'lanterns and pumpkins now? they're chucking them. kci technologies invited people to help launch these pumpkins. all the funds raised will go to the united way of central m. and -- central maryland and the alzheimer's association. one of the best pumpkin
ales around is brewed by the guys at dog fish. >> now they're known for their off the wall brews. they're working on a beer brew with actual moon dust. no word on the flavor. they're partnering with chef mario bartoli. >> the countries we're getting the most requests from are brazil, scandinavia. we're looking at england. >> they also sign a -- sell a line of beer infused beer. what does moon dust taste like? you may end up drinking more beer in the future even if it's not your choice. we're heading for a worldwide wine shortage.
there was an undersupply of 300,000 cases last year, the worst in nearly a half a century but on the bright side, the new demand could be a good thing for wines in the u.s. who put this newscast together? we've gone from pumpkins to wine, to beer, to oysters. this is great. >> so people like you, people who grew up and spent a lot of time at the pike's theater. >> now for the first time in more than 30 years we'll be spending time at the pike's theater. 3d screens. the people cannot wait. >> people have said we're so happy you opened. met my wife here, dated, met
friends here. i used to book this from 1968 to 1974. so this was always a a test theater. it's about time somebody took a shot. >> in addition to the two theaters, it's a bar and grill, which means date night in one place. it opened up in 1937. >> i know where jamie's going for dinner. >> steamed oysters or on the half? on the half. you got to have them raw. >> oh, no. i kind of like them steamed. all right. to the south and east we have rain clearing out. had some deep contracts showers on this friday, first day of november. it was not exactly a cold rain.
you see the last of it blowing offshore. a large frontal system and a slow mover. behind this ultimately chilly air set to come. it will take a lot. the low pressure area impressive looking but, again, dragging that front through maryland today and bringing in the showers. here are the rain totals. sykesville with just over a half an inch, some places over a quarter of an inch. lighter it totals around delmarva, a tenth of an inch in galena. as you look at the setup, 69 degrees with a light southeast breeze and, really a pleasant evening. staying dry. nice day to be out on the trails tomorrow or out for a walk. breezy, not as warm as today a solid 10 degrees warmer. but cooler air will be a tough time getting out of the 40s.
tomorrow will be mild. right now we're in the 60s. 71 in dulles but most of maryland in the upper 60s and set to fall cooler everneat a south breeze still dominating. that's generally a mild pattern. looks like it stays offshore. tomorrow i think we'll see the cloud cover back on the northwesterly flow, maybe a passing drizzle but a dry saturday. into sunday it looks dry and clear, a beautiful looking day on sunday. sunday is when the cool air arrives, so you'll feel the difference with the sun. the front continuing to blow slow le through maryland and offshore. the coolest air is over the great lakes. we see it in september, not so much in know. the rain is coming through and the cool air arriving 4 to --
24 to 48 hours after the front has passed. a relatively milled day but 10 degrees cooler. the really cool air rushing in tomorrow night setting the stage for a day we probably never get out of the low 50s. so each day getting cooler. tonight 48. cool air arriving into the day tomorrow. we'll pull out a fairly mild day. 65 for your two-degree guarantee and tomorrow down to 41. let's take a look lalt your forecast, cooling off into sunday and machine delay but bouncing back. looks like mid to upper 60s by the time we get into wednesday and thursday. overall no big cold pattern but a couple of cooler days sunday into monday. don't forget to fall back. by the way, the batteries, smoke detectors. they save millions of homes.
>> carbon monoxide, if you have those too. >> like wyatt said, we turn the clocks back and it's a good team to change the batteries in the smoke detector. >> why do we fall back. it's in the exactly the -- he sheds like on how it's not the standard. >> you're not saving time. you're saving daylight time mental puzzles some people why we fall back to standard time. we spend eight months in saving time. world war one is when it was first implemented so pale wouldn't have to turn their lights on as early. most parts of the u.s. home get about nine and a half hours of
daylight in the winter time. that's in the much. if we didn't set our clocks back in the fall, sun rise wouldn't be until 8:30 in someplaces. it helps us start our day in the ligh plus, there's that whole extra hour of sleep thing. so less daylight but more sleep. unless you happen to live in arizona or hawaii most parts of arizona and all of hawaii don't observe daylight saving time. they don't have to. it's not required by law. so they may have pan easier time computing phone differences. afterall, that takes time. why choose land o' lakes butter in half sticks?
many people text more than they talk, but could that be hurting relationships more than helping them. tonight on the news at 11, the conversations you need to have in person rather than typing. >> i like the idea of that story. it's all about the screen. hey a mild night in the 60s and cooling off. again, don't forget to fall
. welcome to world news, and the breaking news this friday night, the deadly shooting at l.a.x., the passengers running for their lives. >> we have an active shooting in terminal 3. >> the tsa officer shot dead. what was the motive? our late reporting from the scene tonight. and my interview with a passenger, the chilling moment face to face with the gunman. what the passenger said convinced it saved his life. then the other breaking news tonight, the terror takedown, alleged master mind behind attempted plot at new york times square killed tonight. the river rescue, the school bus underwater, their driver injured. what the children did to save their own lives. and our persons of the week tonight, our mascots. we go behind the mask tonight,
they put me in a harness, what they make me do over at american arena, not the time to be afraid of heights. >> one, two, three. good evening on this friday night, diane has the evening off, we begin with that chaos and panic at a major american airport today, l.a.x. in los angeles. a lone gunman pulling a semiautomatic rifle from a bag and opening fire in the middle of morning rush. families in the security line told to run take shelter wherever they could. right here in a bathroom. outside passengers fleeing, bags in toe. it happened here at terminal 3 where jet blue, spirit frontier flights l take off right at the security gate, passengers have been lined up ready to take off shoes and belts, tonight we have the latest developments here, the shooter in custody and
right here on the ground, the powerful weapon he used tonight, the fbi confirming his name, 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia, and word this evening his family might have been in touch with authorities beforehand. a note found at the scene reportedly believed to have included anti-government beliefs. among his victims a tsa officer shot and killed. the first tsa officer ever killed in line of duty. these are live pictures tonight from our station in los angeles, kabc, and this evening one of the nation's busiest airports with a heavy police presence, we have team coverage here on the fast moving investigation. we lead off with david wright. >> reporter: rush hour here at the nation's busiest airport. a terrifying announcement. >> we have a shooting in terminal 3. >> reporter: at 9:20 a.m. the suspect marked up to the check point in terminal 3, pulled out a high powered rifle and opened fire. >> first shot went out, and i mean, it was a loud bang. >> reporter: nick pugh had shown
his id at the terminal 3 screening area. did people panic? >> everybody panicked, everybody dropped to the ground and crawled across the ground really quickly. >> reporter: eyewitnesses say the gunman appeared to be aiming at tsa officers killing one of them wounding at least three others for the passengers and workers at l.a.x., pandemonium. those passengers hiding in the bathroom, as everyone ran for the exits. or ducked for cover. >> next thing you know, i looked, i see him shooting down the escalator, i told my wife, when i say three, we ran. >> reporter: police let some passengers out on the tarmac where a serve was underway. authorities briefly believed there might be a second gunman. nick pugh ended up in the wrong spot. >> i went out an emergency exit and ran on the tarmac running across tarmac, the cops come to me thinking i'm maybe the guy, down on the ground, handcuffed, and i was left there on the ground for ten minutes. >> reporter: they thought you were the suspect?
>> absolutely. >> reporter: the real gunman inside the terminal having shot his way past the check point. >> suspect got back very far into a terminal, there's a burger king quite a way as way from the screening station, and he was able to get back there. >> reporter: that's where authorities cornered him and shot him. you can see his gun there on the floor. police have now determined he was acting alone. >> we believe at this point, that there was a lone shooter, that he acted at least right now was the only person that was armed in this incident. >> reporter: authorities briefly stopped air traffic in and out of l.a.x. outside, they established a wide perimeter around the airport creating gridlock on city streets. arriving and departing passengers had to hoof it with all their luggage. some passengers early this morning used their bags as barricades against the bulge etc. then for six hours, they have had to use them as chairs. only now are they about to reopen that check point, all of
these passengers stranded for hours, for all of them a hell of a day, david. >> david, our thanks to up. you heard from those frightened witnesses in david's report some using luggage for cover. tonight our interview here with one passenger in that security line, who suddenly found himself staring down the barrel of the gun. what he said to the gunman, he tells me, it saved his life. leon, david muir in new york. thanks for joining us, first of all, what did you see? >> i heard the gun shots, i was going through the security gate, i saw people hit the ground. and scurrying and tsa agents telling people run toward the gates. i ran down the hallway, the tsa agent with me ran into a store. and i was just cowering in a corner. when i was cowering in the corner a shooter came by, was carrying a rifle, he looked at me, and he said, tsa with a question mark. and i just shook my head, and he kept on going. so i was looking down basically
the barrel of the gun. my life went before my eyes. two and a half foot long rifle. i just shook my head and cowered in the corner. >> we're glad you're okay. you mentioned you were picking up your belongings out of the bins? >> right. exactly. you have to take your belt off, your shoes off. it's hard to run with no belt and no shoes. but the tsa people wanted me out of the security area. >> does that mean he made his way through security as well and was inside the terminal? >> yes. yes. absolutely. he must have, when the shots rang out, the tsa agent scattered. meanwhile, i was trying to call my wife and let her know i was okay. >> leon, a harrowing tale, glad you were able to call your wife and tell her you were okay. leon just trying to get home to milwaukee, we hope he's home safe this evening. tonight the fbi confirming the name of the gunman, working to put together a profile now, who he is, what made him snap. and this evening our team
learning his family might have reached out to authorities before all of this. abc senior justice correspondent pierre thomas working his sources from washington. pierre, good evening. >> reporter: david law enforcement tells us police found a note at the scene suggesting the suspect was anti-government, he expected to die in today's confrontation, tonight as you said, we know who he is. police say the suspect apprehended in the shooting is a white mail in his 20s, sources say the man had been living in los angeles. but also resided in pensville, new jersey. paul ciancia, age 23. you can see in this video police converging on his former new jersey home. abc news spoke with the police. bhiel police there cannot confirm that ciancia is the shooter, they opened details on the young man's state of mind. a call came in today to police from a concerned family member. >> their younger child got a text message from paul stating
that there was comments in there about his well being, and he wanted to possibly take his own life. and at that point, paul, his father, called me. and i went over there, and i made phone calls to lapd to get a well being check on him. >> reporter: sources say the note recovered at the scene ended with the letters nwo. which law enforcement believes refers to new world order. at this point the fbi believes he acted alone. they will investigate whether he has any ties to domestic terrorists. david. >> attention turning to those red flags. pierre thomas, thank you. we turn to the victims including the tsa officer shot and killed. those officers facing uncertain danger, consider this tonight. more than 1300 guns have been found at tsa check points this year alone. in the last week, 29 guns discovered, 27 of them loaded. tonight abc's cecilia vega live at the hospital in los angeles. cecilia, good evening. >> reporter: david, good
evening. we know tsa officer was a behavioral detection officer one of those officers who studies strange behavior, he's the first tsa officer ever to be killed in the line of duty. we saw that scene this morning from l.a.x., chaos, another tsa officer running bloodied being escorted to safety by a uniformed police officer with his gun drawn. as for the victims, five rushed to area hospitals. some of them tsa officers, three men being treated here behind me at the emergency room at ucla medical center. one of them doctors tell us with life threatening injuries, in critical condition. david, being treated for a gunshot wound. >> we are all thinking about the victims tonight. cecilia vega reporting in as well. one final note this evening, the ripple effect from today's incident felt around the country. look at this, on the ground, airports around this nation stepping up security in light of the gunman's attack. our team coverage continues with the very latest first thing tomorrow morning right here on good morning america. we turn to other breaking news
tonight one of the most wanted men in the world the leader of the taliban in pakistan, a $5 million bounty on his head, now dead. killed by a u.s. drone. his young looks in stark contrast to his crimes. the master mind to that grisly plot portrayed in the movie zero dark thirty. u.s. officials saying we got him. chief investigative correspondent brian ross tonight. >> reporter: for the cia getting hakimullah mehsud was personal. he was considered a master mind in the attack that killed seven cia officers and an afghan outpost in 2009 as portrayed in the movie zero dark thirty. mehsud gloated over the cia deaths and released a video he made with the suicide bomber used in the attack. >> this was an important strike. it kills the leader of an organization, that is a major threat to the united states. but he will be replaced. >> reporter: only in his mid30s, he was mehsud who led the pakistan taliban to expand its
reach to america. the foiled bombing in new york's times square in 2010 was organized by mehsud. the bomber, faisal shahzad of connecticut trained with mehsud and appeared in this video denouncing the u.s. in the last few weeks, mehsud appeared on the bbc, saying he was open to peace talks, but would continue to try to kill americans. the u.s. got him first. some u.s. officials say killing mehsud with the drone attack is the most significant victory against terrorism since the death of osama bin laden. as one of them told my colleague martha raddatz today's, it's a good day. >> brian, thank you. we're going to turn to the extreme weather tonight, the havoc from the halloween storm being felt this evening stretching from texas to maine. and those images out of kansas tonight, that school bus overturned in a creek, the school children helping one another until they could be rescued. tonight abc's ka clayton sandell
on how the children got themselves out. >> 911. >> we've got a school bus just went off the bridge. >> reporter: heavy rain in the area when the bus plunged off the bridge into a fast moving creek. >> as the bus moved and hit the edge of the bridge here, it caused the bus to tip over to o to the passenger side. >> reporter: the bus driver injured. so the young students sprang into action. opening an emergency hatch on the bus and getting a lesson in survival. >> i went through the window. and it was a hard time getting everybody out. >> reporter: the water too swifrt for boats alone. rescuers used ropes to get the kids to safety. >> took a little over an hour to get everybody out. but everybody's safe and it's a good day. >> reporter: the rain in the area part of a massive storm system, that stretches from texas to massachusetts hurtling eastward bringing high winds and leaving a trail of damage. tornadoes reported in arkansas and southern illinois. in austin texas, yesterday we
saw over a hundred water rescues. you can see they are struggling to get the bus out of the river. one thing we learned today, all school kids in the state of kansas are required to practice bus evacuation drills. and we're told that in this case, it might have saved lives. david. >> clayton, thanks to you. brave school children, abc meteorologist tracking all of this. you say we might be dealing with flurries behind it. >> yes. behind the cold front that did this. more than 300 severe weather reports for really much of the nation. you see some of them focused in the northeast and tennessee valley, southern indiana, a lot of wind damage. but behind it, watch this low pressure system, it travels up to the northeast, into canada and behind comes chilly air. not only chilly like detroit in the 40s throughout the weekend but you see snowflakes around the makes, syracuse, pittsburgh, places like oh buffalo, going to see their first flakes mixing with rain tomorrow night.
>> you'll have the latest on gma. jirchlger, thank you. much more on world news this friday evening, the identity crisis look at this baby picture, the case that captivated the nation five decades ago. paul tron chak, the child stolen at birth, growing up not knowing who he is. well, tonight abc's barbara walters right here with a major break, her 20/20 investigation. >> world news with bango. >> then later tonight look at the sports mascots we love. what makes them such big stars even off the court? and why they put me in this harness, what they made me do over an american arena, i will never forget this. back in two minutes. [old english accent] i doth declare that thou have brought overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed, lord jamie. thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing? we doth offer so many discounts, we have some to spare. oh, you have any of those homeowners discounts?
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tonight now in search of his new and real identity. abc's barbara walters investigates. >> paul fronczak does not know his birthplace, his age even his real name. it's a nearly 50-year-old case now reopened by the fbi. >> we'll do everything that we can to follow up to see if that baby is out there. >> this is the first time these dusty case files have seen the light of day in decades. the mystery began in 1964, when baby paul fronczak was kidnapped just hours after being born in a chicago hospital. >> must have been desperate for a baby that she would come and take somebody else's baby away from them. >> over a year later, a child was found abandoned in newark, new jersey. somebody wheels a stroller, puts you here. walks away. >> and never looks back. >> the fronczaks claimed the little boy was their own and
took him home to chicago. a year ago a dna test showed he is not the fronczak's biological child after all. >> i feel kind of like an impostor i'm using his birth certificate and i want to give it to him and find mine. >> the national center for missing and exploited children created this age progression image. the photographs have resulted in the first solid leads in 50 years, several men have come forward believing they may be the real stolen baby. >> i do believe that there is a chance of me being paul fronczak. >> who is paul fronczak? >> that's what i hope we can find. >> this is really something. barbara is with us now. you can see it in your interviews with them. what has this done to his life? >> well, he's obsessed by finding out who he is. it's made a strain with his family. leave sleeping dogs lie they say. his wife says he's too emotional about it. it's changed every aspect of his life. when see his story, you'll know why. >> barbara, your investigation
uncovers just how many other men are asking the same thing. >> yeah. they say, i'm paul fronczak. no, i'm paul fronczak. this is what we're trying to answer, what he's trying to answer. who is paul fronczak? >> barbara, thank you. that's the question for everyone at home watching tonight. you've got to see barbara walters' 20/20 investigation stolen at birth tonight at 10:00 eastern right here on abc. when we come back here tonight, the question right now, who is this woman on the red carpet? the halloween costume that everyone is talking about 24 hours later. do you recognize that face? constantly putting out fires. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cash card from capital one, i get 2% cash back on every purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally someone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cindy. [ male announcer ] get the spark business card from capital one. choose 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every day. what's in your wallet?
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finally tonight, here our persons of the week. our belofted mascots, and this evening we go behind the mask, who are they? and what they did to me to prove those stunts are not easy. >> everybody wants to be around him. take a picture of him. >> who the heck is this guy? >> the mascots that become our heroes, how they feel in that costume. rooty in lebanon high school, pennsylvania. >> when you're in the rooty suit they greet you with hugs. >> then the mascots who refuse to give up the job when they grow up. meet bang poe. >> bango, he's the lebron james of mascots. >> bank owe the buck in
milwaukee. the fans cheer him on. >> kevin, what's up? i didn't recognize you like this. meet bango, the married father of five. so this is the office. giving us the mascot exclusive. so this is what you're going to come flying in on. this season the best stunt ever? is this the most daring thing you've done yet? >> i haven't done yet, i don't know. >> he'll have 18,700 fans watching. >> how old are you? >> 35. >> don't forget the wife. does she ask you how much longer you'll be the mascot? >> i think she doesn't ask any more. >> from 10 years old he was a mascot in the making now he has the injuries to prove it. >> first injury, separation in my shoulder, i snapped the tip of my pinkie. this ankle has been sprained. >> your wrief is a doctor. >> yes. >> that comes in handy. >> very hand each. >> here he goes again. suiting up. bango the buck. before practice, the daily parades. one office to the next. to schools, too.
it's world news with bango. late for class, we run to kindergarten. how many of you know bango? how many know his moves? headed back to practice, i've never seen anything like it. everyone knows him. back in the arena, his wife waiting to see this new move. you're the neurologist. >> uh-huh. >> and he's the mascot. >> great combination. >> you can examine his head. >> yeah. >> up in the rafters, he puts on the harness, and he's off. and who's next? one, two, three. whoa. go bucks. and this was my forehead cam. it is making me sweat all over again. we choose bango the buck and all mascots making us proud. don't worry, i'll keep my day
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starting next year, they'll use spices like paprika that turns it into a shade of orange. if you like those colors, the company is keeping the current recipe the original flavor. >> at number four, i love the smell of truth in the morning. it smells like honesty. >> you want the truth? you can't handle the truth. >> a harvard study shows that lying comes more naturally to us in the afternoon rather than in the morning. >> i can't lie. >> now, this caught our attention until they make a polygraph app, you're never a hundred percent sure if somebody is telling the truth. the research resulted in fewer instances of unethical behavior like lying. so the next time, take a look at your watch. >> at number five, finally, a month where guys with mustaches like look heroes instead of '70s porn stars.
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fresh off the success of wicked, spi oh, lburg is going for seconds on dead presidents. this time, the script will be based on the upcoming books about their tensz friendship. quick refresher. teddy was known for his rough riders and ram bunk, heroism. tina faye is back with a name english majors will hate. >> do they know you're a bunch of liars? >> tooken as in the past tense of taken. starting a new life in new york city. they will produce with partner from 30 rock. >> and i hope you're happy. >> pop culture, hotered than anything tina faye touches on the hot list. >> speaking of hot, a new type of marketing is all the rage. and it