Skip to main content

tv   America This Morning  ABC  November 11, 2014 4:00am-4:31am EST

4:00 am
. making news in america this morning -- arctic blast. winter weather making a return with freezing temperatures and heavy snow. so where's it all heading? lava threat, slow-moving are molten rock incinerating its first home after months of inching downhill. new video and how far away is the next home? bitter dispute, a pricey sports car dumped by a jilted husband. and a big surprise on "dancing with the stars" as a fan favorite gets voted off. well, good tuesday morning, i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm t.j. holmes. we begin with the arctic air
4:01 am
pushing deep into the nation's center as we speak. >> plummeting in denver, dropping 20 degrees in 30 minutes it's snow, a lot of it. and more to come today. >> we begin with tahman bradley. >> reporter: a monster winter storm is pushing cold air and heavy snow across the midwest. roads are treacherous. >> i've been sitting here for about two hours. and i have, i don't know, 15 trucks behind me. >> reporter: in duluth, minnesota, icy conditions caused this awful 16-vehicle pileup. >> landslide of cars down the hill. >> reporter: an army of to trucks and commuters tried to help each other out. >> we're going to get each other out. >> reporter: and they are encouraging people to slow down, eight seconds between them and the car in front of them. >> you don't rush it, you should be fine. >> reporter: sweeping into the lower 48 from a powerful storm
4:02 am
from alaska. time lapse video shows how quickly the snow barrelled in. in south dakota, they're still digging out. the snow may be a headache, but some people are happy it came early this year. >> i thought it was really cool. i haven't seen snow in a really long assign. >> reporter: tahman bradley, abc news, washington. >> it's going to improve, but feel like winter. >> even though winter is six weeks ago. the details from accuweather's jim dickey. >> good morning. snow winding down for most across the upper midwest. the northern plains holding on to snow. and that's the bulls aye for this storm. 20 inches in some locations. most has fallen across minnesota into the northern plains. behind that, the snow has pushed in. and 21 in minneapolis, minus one in bismarck. down to 4 in pierre. back you. thank you so much.
4:03 am
and the other major story, in china, world leaders and president obama at an economic summit in beijing. poe posing for the photo here. and serious business, the president meeting with china over economic issues. >> reporter: good morning. president obama is getting down to business, attending apex business meetings have having a visit with president xi. it's a hearty discussion on the thornier issues where there may be potential for agreement, climate change and cyber security. president obama will bring up areas of staunch disagreement, including human rights. president obama is spending one-on-one time with president xi to develop the fragile and oftentimes tense relationship. this was after china pulled out the stops to welcome world leaders with a lavish over the top ceremony. it looked like a scene from the
4:04 am
hunger games as they drove down with lights and l.e.d. colors. dancers on either side. china has gone to extreme measures to prepare, including this rare clear sky behind me. government agencies closed, drivers told to stay off the roads in an attempt to clear some of this city's notorious pollution. it's so extreme, locals are calling it apec blue. >> okay. and sentencing for the captain at the center of the south korea ferry disaster that left more than 300 people dead, mostly teenagers. the captain got a 36-year prison sentence, found guilty of negligence. but escaped a murder conviction which could have led to the death penalty. the chief engineer was sentenced to 30 years and 13 crew members got 20 years. the lava flow in hawaii
4:05 am
destroyed the first home. the kilauea volcano reached the house on the big island, setting it on fire and burning it down in 45 minutes. residents evacuated. it's inching along since june, traveling 3 to 5 yards an hour. the home's nearest neighbor is half a mile away. and word of a major overhaul of the troubled v.a. health system. those changes include taking disciplinary action against thousands of employees there will be a restructuring, their rowing a dozen websites down to one. they have been plagued by chronic delays for care. and ebola in the u.s., dr. craig spencer, the only person being treated in this country now free of the virus. he will leave the hospital later today. he was exposed while treating patients in west africa. nurse kaci hickox is enjoying her freedom. her 21-day monitoring period
4:06 am
ended at midnight. she is free to roam. they plan to move to southern maine as soon as this weekend. and might be heading to bostons and baltimore to visit family. police in norman, oklahoma, are searching for a motive. what caused a man to hold people in an office for four hours. people were escorted out while an armed man held two employees captive. he surrendered peacefully. and the fbi has the report on violent crime in america. the streets are getting safer. violent crimes were down 4. 4% to the lowest lel since 1978. it's also with the declining prison population. and an award for former president h.w. bush. waving from his wheelchair,
4:07 am
marking 25 years since the berlin wall. the ceremony was at the bush presidential library in college station, texas. a military veteran, and the nation honors him and the millions like him who served in the armed forces. >> this was part of the program to recognize veterans last night in philadelphia. members of the marine corp. silent drill team. marched off in formation. they were given a standing ovation. coming up, a secret for shoppers. it turns out the best deals are not on black friday, but a different day. and sinking fast. the earth opens up, swallowing a car and closer to homes. hearing from the residents forced to quickly evacuate. and more than a dozen hikers rescued after spending the night in the cold. text message that likely saved their lives.
4:08 am
4:09 am
4:10 am
listen to who's been hacked now. the postal service. the agency says the cyber attack may have gotten social security numbers and other data about employees, customers were not affected. although the hackers may have gotten information about those who phoned in orders. a source tells abc news the attack originated in china. ford begins selling a new version of the best-selling vehicle in america today.
4:11 am
the mostly aluminum f-150 goes on sale next month. it's lighter and more fuel efficient. it's take an while to convert the lines to work with aluminum. it's most of fords profits. the best deals are on thanksgiving itself. plenty of great deals will be there for the taking on sunday and monday before thanksgiving. time to plan your shopping trips. i can use a new tv. well, we have a warning here for parents about a potentially dangerous toy. and, yes, they get this one at mcdonald's. mcdonald's recalling a hello kitty whistle intended for 2.5 million happy meals. parts of the lolly pops can come off. two children have coughed autoparts. most of the whistles had not been given out. and pizza husband, a massive
4:12 am
expansion of the menu to turn around disappointing results. ten new crusts, and fresh spinning a and cherry peppers. more customization and lower calorie options. and speaking of food, many restaurant chains are giving vets free breakfast. christie cream, it's free doughnuts. bob evans, the stack of hot cakes, all you can eat. friendly's, big to do breakfast. and ihop, three red, white and blue pancakes. when we come back, this belly flop. not someone in a pool here. a pilot making a delicate landing after a problem with the plane. >> and costly split. an oil tycoon forced to pay one of the biggest divorce settlements ever.
4:13 am
what's in a can of del monte green beans? ( ♪ ) grown in america. picked and packed at the peak of ripeness. with no artificial ingredients. del monte. bursting with life. worse and worse.rthritis, i had intense joint pain that got with no artificial ingredients. then my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. enbrel helps relieve pain and stop joint damage. i've been on the course and on the road. enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections,
4:14 am
tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure, or if you have symptoms such as persistent fever, bruising, bleeding, or paleness. enbrel helped relieve my joint pain. but the best part of every journey... dad!!! coming home. ask if enbrel, the number one biologic medicine prescribed by rheumatologists, can help you stop joint damage. . road crews in the upper plains states and midwest are working overnight to clear the snow and ice from major roads. duluth alone had about a hundred accidents yesterday, incoming a 20 car pileup, and truckers who gave up. they couldn't get off interstate
4:15 am
94. >> second dare reeds are slippery there and in the northern rockies. portions of roads in minnesota were closed because of accidents. wet from the great lakes down to the gulf coast. and flying, airport delays possible in minneapolis, denver as well as houston. well, in florida, the problem isn't the snow, it's underground water creating sink holes. >> this is your neck of the woods, you're home. just 15 minutes, the ground opened up near tampa. this sing hoel swallowed a car, forced six families to flee with little more than the clothes on their backs. >> five minutes to move the car, the golf cart, get clothes and the dog and out of here. >> they were allowed back in their homes, but decided to spend the night in the hotel. more than 250 sink holes reported last year. most in just three counties.
4:16 am
it's sinkhole alley. and a bitter divorce. the corvette into the river. he swam back to shore and asked them not to call police. it took three hours to pull the car from 30 feet of water. >> the male we are currently seeking did make a threat to his current or soon to be ex-wife that he was going to destroy the car and he did call and
4:17 am
land, andthey climbed out and walked away unharmed. >> hikers from church group are back after being rescued from the mountains near los angeles. it turned into an overnight adventure, the group game worn out pra from rappelling down water falls. they were stranded and send a text saying help and settled in for the night. >> it's just cold. we were awake and tired. but the best thing we could do is just stay there and rest. and we ended up just making a -- a fire just to try to keep us warm. >> only one hiker suffered a minor injury, and it happened during the rescue. a new report says the clinic where joan rivers died durng minor surgery had several mistakes. they failed to notice her condition was getting worse and failed to help her in a timely
4:18 am
manner. and cell phone photos were taken of her while she was sedated while she was unconscious. and defensive lineman ray mcdonald will not face domestic violence charges. prosecutors dropped the charges after he was arrested in august after a confrontation with his fian fiance. there was a lack of corporation by the alleged victim. the newest rankings for the college committee will be released tonight. welcome to the "sportscenter" set in los angeles. he's neil everett, and i'm stan verrett. monday night football first. >> okay. >> panthers, eagles. mark sanchez, you may be familiar with his resume. has not started in quite a while. darren sproles, used to play for
4:19 am
the saints, trying to figure out why he doesn't. >> they had some issues. but he looks good still. >> the panthers have an issue with him. two touchdowns. and sanchez, first start since the millard fillmore administration. jordan matthews, big night. cam newton, bad night. sacked nine times, fumbled, interceptions. bradley fletcher there. eagles, big. pell cans and cavaliers, cavaliers down five, third quarter. kyrie irving. he had 32 points in this game. look that the move. cavaliers still down three, though. lebron james, triple-double for him, and supersized it with 32 points. 14 rebounds, 4 steals for the pelic pelicans, wasn't enough. irving had 27 of his 32 in the second half. kevin love threw in 22 as well.
4:20 am
and the cavaliers win it 118-111. and i think they're starting to figure it out in cleveland. >> good-bye. up next in the pulse, say good-bye to the ballroom. a fan favorite gets the boot from "dancing with the stars." and robert plante responds, did he turn down nearly a billion dollars for a led zeppelin reunion? urt your teeth. my dentist has told me your enamel is wearing away, and that sounded really scary to me, and i was like well can you fix it, can you paint it back on, and he explained that it was not something that grows back, it's kind of a one-time shot and you have to care for it. he told me to use pronamel. it's gonna help protect the enamel in your teeth. it allows me to continue to drink my coffee and to eat healthier, and it was a real easy switch to make. esurwhich means fewer costs, which saves money. their customer experience is virtually paperless, which saves paper, which saves money. they have smart online tools, so you only pay
4:21 am
for what's right for you, which saves money. they settle claims quickly, which saves time, which saves money. they drive an all-hybrid claims fleet, which saves gas, which saves money. they were born online, and built to save money, which means when they save, you save. because that's how it should work in the modern world. esurance. backed by allstate. click or call.
4:22 am
all right. time to check "the pulse." stories you'll be talking about today. a lot of people talking about this. i want to talk about this. billion dollar divorce settlement. billion. >> howard ham, a an oil man, has to pay his ex-wife. he is the 24th-richest person in the country. worth more than $18 billion. >> there was no prenup when they were married. this is his second wife. 26 years ago. it's going to be a costly mistake. do we call it a mistake? >> fool me once, shame on me. fool me twice -- >> get a million dollars. "dancing with the stars" is approaching the home stretch. down to five heading into the semifinals. >> lea thompson sent packing
4:23 am
last night. it was a bit of a surprise to fans after they earned praise from the judges with their sexy samba. she was proud of what she accomplished on the show. >> i feel really strong, i feel really good. i mean, i feel like artem did an amazing job. >> and comedian tommy chong managed to stay afloat after struggling near the bottom of the letter board -- leader, not letter. and janel parrish had another perfect score. not a whole lot of love on tour. singer robert plante is denying reports he turned down a staggering amount of money to tour with led zeppelin. richard branson offered the three members $800 million to get back together. >> two signed on, but he tore up the contract. his publicist says it's rubbish. and some of music's biggest
4:24 am
and brightest stars are coming together for a good cause. >> the legendary band aid recording session. to help those starving in ethiopia. the song, " do they know it's christmas." ♪ do they know it's christmas time at all ♪ now that was then. but this saturday bono, one direction, chris martin of cold play, among others, will remake that classic. >> i love that song. >> you have been singing it all morning. >> all morning in your ear. that song will be released monday with the sales fighting ebola. it's called band aid 3037. >> you're looking forward to the song. >> and i'm looking forward to swif swif. >> i think she's the new host.
4:25 am
>> that's the news. >> that didn't happen. she's going to be on "gma" in a bit. w class of medicine that works differently to lower blood sugar? imagine, loving your numbers. introducing once-daily invokana®. it's the first of a new kind of prescription medicine that's used along with diet and exercise to lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. invokana® is a once-daily pill that works around the clock to help lower a1c. here's how: the kidneys allow sugar to be absorbed back into the body. invokana® reduces the amount of sugar allowed back in, and sends some sugar out through the process of urination. and while it's not for weight loss, it may help you lose some weight. invokana® can cause important side effects, including dehydration, which may cause some people to have loss of body water and salt. this may also cause you to feel dizzy, faint, lightheaded, or weak especially when you stand up.
4:26 am
other side effects may include kidney problems, genital yeast infections, urinary tract infections, changes in urination, high potassium in the blood, or increases in cholesterol. do not take invokana® if you have severe kidney problems or are on dialysis or if allergic to invokana® or its ingredients. symptoms of allergic reaction may include rash, swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing. if you experience any of these symptoms, stop taking invokana® and call your doctor right away or go to the nearest hospital. tell your doctor about any medical conditions, medications you are taking, and if you have kidney or liver problems. using invokana® with a sulfonylurea or insulin may increase risk of low blood sugar. it's time. lower your blood sugar with invokana®. imagine loving your numbers.
4:27 am
>> ♪ >> good morning, i'm tamala edwards. it's veterans day on this tuesday, november 11th and we're following several developing stories. police are looking for the gunman who ambushed a man as the man was getting out of his car in philadelphia overnight. a homeowner walks into his bedroom and comes face to face with a thief armed with a crowbar. what happened when they had a confrontation? we have an update on the search now for the burglar. and also an "action news" exclusive. see where mark sanchez popped up right after his first victory as the eagles starting quarterback. on this veterans day we say thank to you all the brave men and women in the armed forces. "action news" is up next. >> ♪ this veterans day morning, one woman's way of honoring those who served and made the ultimate sacrifice.
4:28 am
>> you could say she went the extra mile. but that would be too easy. the fact is she went lots and lots of extra miles. we have the details. >> reporter: i start out thinking about the women we have lost. >> reporter: for navy captain nancy, valor knows no gender. 167 mile in seven days, one mile for each u.s. servicewoman killed in iraq and afghanistan. beginning each segment reading the names of the fallen women. >> miles 140 through 149. >> reporter: one day from the end, she's wearing down. >> i got up and put the wrong shoes on this morning. >> reporter: she's gone through four pairs this week. an avid runner, she's a navy reservist, wife, and mother of six. >> it's not about me running. it's the fact that people are coming together and recognizing the women who have died. i'll be carrying a photo of major megan. she was the nicest marine. went to the naval academy.
4:29 am
she was a phenomenal runner. her mom said she's going to be running with you. >> on a beautiful day in washington, supporters by her side, she finished the last ten miles. >> my time in afghanistan was hard for our family. i came home. so many families don't get to say that. the sacrifices we made for that time was minimal compared to the sacrifices that so many have made. >> reporter: for the women who made the ultimate sacrifice, 160 people carrying 160 try put ribbons walked the last steps to the memorial in washington. >> you are remembered. rest easy. >> and then it was her turn to remember major megan mcklum, the first marine officer killed in iraq. >> they died for us. for our freedom. >> the iraq war would be such a major turning point for women in
4:30 am
>> ♪ >> "action news." delaware valley's leading news program. with matt o'donnell, tamala edwards, karen rogers and meteorologist, david murphy. >> ♪ >> we're on an "action news" exclusive on this tuesday, november 11th. on top of a victory against the carolina panthers only the action cam was there as mark sanchez sunk his teeth into a legendary philadelphia treat. >> also gunfire erupts in south philadelphia overnight. >> also gunfire erupts in and a car is filled with bullet holes. sky 6 hd is taking a live look now at the center city skyline. it's the a little bit chilly out there but the sun and the temperatures will rise. >> , good morning, it is 4:30. we would like to thank all the


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on