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. good morning, america. a new winter blast. snow now topping 7 feet. roofs collapsing. this nursing home evacuated. a massive dig out under way. >> this is how they do it in buffalo. >> and this morning new concerns that a big warmup is about to turn the epic snowfall into an epic flood. also new overnight, tensions boiling over in ferguson. protesters arrested in front of the police station, the city bracing as they wait for the grand jury decision. michael brown's father makes an emotional plea for peace. and shocking video of a teacher trying to drag a 14-year-old girl into a pool during gym class. why she refused to go swimming
and what the school is saying this morning. and your chance to sing with the stars. how you can perform alongside everyone from katy perry to taylor swift. filling the blank space. even joining paul mccartney on stage. are you ready to be a rock star? and we do say good morning, america. >> and i'll write your name. >> you know, the lyrics. >> way back, taylor and i. >> way back. this friday morning, great to have david muir with us. george is on assignment. sitting down with the president today. >> tough questions for the president. right not snowstorm. this neighborhood covered. that one car dug out, showing how deep it is. and this husband digging the path for his family. the dog watching it a couple
feet behind. >> that's true. and the fear now is turning to collapsing roofs and flooding. gio benitez is outside buffalo, new york, this morning. again, this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this storm has just paralyzed some of so much of the town. this high school has been closed all week long. look at the roof, custodians are worried about that snow. it might be pretty, but, boy, is it dangerous. overnight that epic snowfall just keeps falling. western new york. residents are waking up to yet another whiteout. fall up to 4 inches per hour overnight. some areas with snow difficults over 7 feet. hundreds of cars on the side of the road. watch as a front end ladder rams right into one of them to clear the way. >> this is how they do it in but. >> reporter: and making the
storms even more dangerous. and forced to use snowplows for emergency cars. >> the rescue workers can't get to people. it's a dangerous situation. >> reporter: now the race is on to clear not just the roads, but the roofs. to prevent this, collapsing, tearing down the gas lines in its path. in new york, this nursing home forced to evacuate due to the threat of the roof caving in. that's the big concern right now. look at all of the snow. one foot of wet snow on a 1600 square foot home could weigh as much as 14 tons. even football not safe. the 220,000 tons of stadium snow forcing the buffalo bills to play this weekend's game in detroit on monday. stretching all the way to grand rapids, michigan, creating zero visibility and impossible driving conditions. over 28 inches of snow this month. last time they saw those numbers
was in 1895. 1895. and back here just outside buffalo, it's not also this way. temperatures are going to warm up. ginger, a lot of people are concerned when all of this stuff melts. >> and they are going to exactly that, straight from the lake effect snow to the flood watch. thank you for being out there. the flood watch, sunday through wednesday. there's a reason. temperatures by the end of the weekend reach into the 50s. we will see a rapid snow melt. the sun angle is a little lower, that's good news. but the ingredients, 85 inches of snow, higher snow totals, and tack on rain through the weekend, warming up day by day. and the numbers are so much warmer. look at the mild weekend ahead. not just not buffalo, but here in new york city. there's a major flood concern. i think it's a slow go. but still the drains are going to be full of snow.
it's going to be a mess. >> wish them well. a lot of people welcoming the 70 and 60 degree temperatures. thanks. now to the showdown over immigration. president obama addressing the nation last months, plan that could grant 5 million undocumented immigrants legal status. republicans vowing to use every tool to fight what they call executive overreach. jonathan karl is in washington. >> reporter: good morning. the president heads to las vegas today with top democrats nancy pelosi and harry reid to hail a promise kept on immigration. in his primetime address, the president said he acted on his own because congress has failed to fix a broken immigration system. >> and so those members of congress who question my authority to make our immigration system work better, or question me acting where congress has failed, i have one answer, pass a bill.
>> reporter: immigrants and their supporters were ecstatic. 5 million people in the u.s. illegal will be eligible for temporary legal status and work permits. the biggest group, undocumented immigrants who have children who were u.s. citizens, born here. they must have been in the u.s. for more than five years. pay a fee of about $500 and have no criminal record. >> if you meet the criteria, you can come out of the shadows and get right with the law. if you're a criminal, you'll be deported. if you enter the u.s. illegally, your chances of getting caught and sent back went up. >> reporter: the republicans are trying to undo the actions. >> it's incumbent on republicans in congress to use every single constitutional rule to rein in a president so the president does not become an unaccountable monarch. >> reporter: the president will officially set this all in motion today.
but, david, it is going to talk a while to go into effect. the first undocumented immigrants who are eligible won't begin to apply likely until the spring. >> all right, thanks. as we mentioned at the top, the first interview is in george. you can see it sunday on "this week." >> george is on his way to las vegas to be president president for the buff. and now to ferguson, missouri. two protesters arrested last night waiting for the grand jury rule. and michael brown's father is speaking out, asking for peace. steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: overnight, protesters fought with police here in ferguson for the second night in a row. at least two people arrested. stop resisting. >> reporter: the streets starting to light up ahead of the big decision. will the grand jury charge police officer darren wilson for the shooting death of 18-year-old michael brown?
and this morning, a new public service announcement from brown's father, urging his son's supporters to respond peacefully. >> but hurting others and drying property is not the answer. no matter what the grand jury decides, i do not want my son's death to be in vain. >> the officer was darren wilson. >> reporter: we're hearing from the police chief at the center of the racially-charged firestorm. the boss, the ferguson police chief, don jackson. >> we're preparing for the worse, but we're hoping the leadership coming out to protest, if they do, is going to try to keep it peaceful. >> reporter: some of the worst fighting with police has happened here, right outside his window. the shooting death of michael brown, he says, changing the city forever. >> it's a dicey situation right now. >> reporter: despite rumors, he says he's not quitting. >> i have a mission to complete.
>> reporter: what's your mission? >> i want to see the department come through on the other side better. i want to see the community come out better, and the nation. >> the police chief here has taken a great deal of criticism in this case but made clear to me no matter the decision from the grand jury, michael brown's death will remain a tragic situation for everyone involved here, including police. >> hopefully everyone will listen to what michael brown's father had to say about peace regardless of the grand jury. possibly this weekend. and now to dan harris. >> great to see you. new security concerns at the white house overnight. just as president obama was wrapping up his immigration speech, the secret service arrested a woman carrying a holstered handgun near the north fence in a protest. this is a day after the secret service arrested a suspicion man parked near the white house with a rifle in his car. he is facing weapons charges.
and breaking overnight, an explosion own on oil rig in the gulf of mexico. one was killed, three workers hurt. no oil leak has been reported. and look at the shocking video out of northern california where this gym teacher is charged with abuse. caught on camera trying to force a 14-year-old girl into the swimming pool during p.e. class. this teenager was refusing to swim, saying she didn't want to get her hair yet. they are calling it unacceptable, saying there were other non-physical ways to discipline her. an old brick building in kansas city reduced to rubble after hit by a speeding suv. plays out on surveillance video. watch as the driver of the stolen vehicle, trying get away from police, hits the corner of the building, causing the brick wall to come down, collapsing the roof. police say she was going up to 80 miles per hour, but only suffered minor injuries. a huge upset in the until.
the underdog of all underdogs this year, the winless oakland raiders beat the chiefs 24-20. this is the raiders' first win in more than a year. >> yay. good job, raiders. >> big round of applause. we have one final piece of news here. it's a delicious nugget from the not very skilled criminal department. watch the video, the guy with the purple shirt. he walks to one side of the yard, checks it out. nothing doing there. strides to the other side, starts poking around here. you'll see him disappear from the frame for a second. and then starts running. why? because there is a tiny but fearsome york shire teriary. it's quite awesome. once he jumps the fence, he's attacked by a rabid bicho
bichon frise. he's in the hospital with tiny bite marks on his ankles and shedding. very serious situation. >> glad you got to the bottom of that. >> the end of that newscast might have been lightly fictionaliz fictionalized. >> thank you for the clarification. turn now to the shooting at florida state university. disturbing new details about the gum, an fsu graduate and lawyer. and packages sent beforehand that are yet to arrive. ryan owens is in tallahassee with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, david. the crime scene tape was just taken down. the library will reopen today. but this case, not closed. as you mentioned, several of the shooters friends are expecting packages in the mail from him later today. chilling details about the man who caused all of this chaos. hundreds of terrified students hiding behind desks instead of cramming for final exams.
three victims shot at florida state university's library. another student saved when the bullet lodged in the books in the backpack. the loan gunman killed by police. >> shot him 20 to 30 times. >> reporter: why did 31-year-old myron may return to the school he graduated from in 2005 and open fire? not even his fostermore knows. he seemed normal. staying en this property two hours from campus since returning to florida three weeks ago. before that, he had been working as a lawyer in new mexico where police thought he was acting strangely. this police report said last month his girlfriend called cops when he claimed that police were after him, bugging his phone and car. >> he expressed fears of being targeted. >> reporter: and he told eight of his friends to expect a package to be delivered today.
even sent this picture of it. >> people were a little afraid. why choose us? >> police warned them not to open it. but some are hoping it contains an explanation for the actions. >> there has to be some mental illness. >> reporter: the remarkable part of this shooting with from be n beginning to end, lasted two minutes. one reason why is campus police were ready. they did active shooter training just two weeks agency. >> they were prepared. thank you. now to suspended nfl star adrian peterson, speaking out for the first time since being banned from playing for the rest of the season. addressing those child abuse charges. ryan smith has the story. >> reporter: overnight much maligned football star adrian peterson speaking out. when disciplining his children, he's changed his way.
telling usa today in his first extensive comments since being arrested on child abuse charges, i won't ever use a switch again. there's different situations where a child needs disciplined. as far as time-out, taking toys away, making them take a nap. there are so many different ways to discipline your child. the six-time all-pro drivewaying to a plea deal with no jail time. >> i take full responsibility for more actions. i'm anxious to continue my relationship with my child. >> reporter: he was previously prohibited from having contact with the child. he's had the first contact with his son in five months. i was like, hey, buddy, how are you doing. i'm doing okay. i was like, i love you. he was like, i love you too, dad, can i come over to your house? he played a statement, seemingly different from the days after he
was indicted. i disciplined my son the way i was as a child. adding that without that discipline he could have been one of those kids that was lost in the streets. his statements cited by roger goodell when he sut suspended him for the rest of the season. declaring the former nfl mvp failed to show meaningful remorse, something peterson denies. don't say i'm not remorseful. i regret everything that took place. i love my child more than anyone could imagine. he's appealing the suspension without pay. and he has a message to those who link him to the other famous football player, saying, quote, don't put me in the same category with ray rice. and now a new way you can be a rock star. singing along with some of the biggest names in music. new technology is letting us get in on the act like never before.
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♪hi, everyone, david murphy here with an update from accuweather. nothing showing on storm tracker 6 live double scan. as we head outside we're looking at sunshine today. temperatures in the 20s and windchills in the teens, this afternoon brisk and colder than yesterday. accuweather says a high of 38. we'll wind up with windchills in the 20s at the best of time.
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nothing blew up, fortunately. crews were on the scene for a water main break. let's go over to karen rogers who is looking at an accident. >> reporter: we have an accident i-95 southbound. we can see police on the scene. you're jammed from i-95 southbound approaching cottman to girard.med from i-95 as we look at the travel time 30 minute ride from the woodhaven to the vine that's not terrible. over here we have a few accidents, west chester pike web look for that one. in montgomery county we have an accident at valley forge road and skippack pike. one in hatfield new at 309. bethlehem pike southbound at township line road. one in bucks confidentiality lower mountain road at sugar bottom road. >> looking live at atlantic city that's the back bays, looking warm from the picture, but it's cold out there. david murphy has the forecast. i was thinking that, matt, it looks so nice, take a look down
the shore, we're at 31 degrees, 29 in philadelphia. when you factor in the winds, it's giving us windchills in the teens from the shore up into philadelphia and the lehigh valley. this afternoon a high of only 38. so much chillier and colder than yesterday. with strong bluster wind we'll be dealing with windchills in the 20s. tomorrow, 44. a little better, 56 on sunday. >> thanks, david, grief counselors will be at tabernacle element where the victims of the shooting yesterday attended. full coverage at 6abc.com
oh, my goodness. take a look at this. >> what? >> yes, my friends, it is the most expensive home in the u.s. of a. on the market right now. this is what 195 mill will buy you. maybe not. take less. show you what it is all about. a tour of this befrl hills palace. it's coming up as we say "good morning america." george is on assignment, he's with the president in las vegas. about to sit down with him and talk about immigration. great to have david muir with us. >> hands in his pockets, walking through the great room. >> he looks at home. >> just thinking about it. also this morning, this was quite frightening, a warning about home security cameras. a shocking new website allowing
strangers to watch you in your home. it's about resetting a default password. >> we forget. thank you for that. and startling news about recalled products being sold online. the system flaws that allow potentially dangerous items for sale. many on craig's list. we confront the founder. >> the handshake was just the beginning. and begin with bill cosby and the latest on his career in turmoil. last night, the first public performance since tv networks began pulling the plug on his projects and reruns of his show. linzie janis has the story. >> reporter: overnight, bill cosby performing in front of a packed audience at a women's charity event. >> you find yourself the locker you are married saying, can i just get one thing? >> reporter: telling jokes about his childhood and being a
grandparent to roars of laughter. but not addressing the sexual assault against congresswomen. >> how somebody so famous could be brought down by this. >> reporter: the women's volunteer service group that organized the event telling abc news recent allegations are alarming and unsettling. being that no formal charges have been filed, we don't deem it appropriate to further comment on the accusations. his event going on as scheduled as a growing list of women are speaking out. accusing the 77-year-old of sexual abuse. telling abc affiliate wpbf that the comedian drugged and sexually assaulted her in 1976 when she was just 19 years old. >> had a glass of water in his hand, and two large white pills in his hands. take these. >> reporter: she said she continued having relations with koz pefor years i have a,
telling her mother he would take care of her. saying he gave her checks until 1996, totaling $15,000. he has not responded to her allegations. but overnight, denying other claims. they are coming out of the woodwork with fabricated or unsubstantiated stories. linzie janis, abc news, the bahamas. and thanks. and a new warning about the home surveillance cameras and how they may be used to spy on you. a website is broadcasting videos to the entire world. and matt gutman has that story for us. >> these men at a bar. this woman at her desk, these folks at a grocery star. unwitting stars of a russian website. turning your private surveillance cameras into virtual windows for perfect strangers to become peeping toms. but what's more shocking, the
images we won't show you. the inside of homes, people watching tv, even a child sleeping in a crib. the site gained access to 5,000 surveillance cameras and baby monitors in the u.s. by using the default password it comes with it. betting you didn't change it. >> they know the default password and logging in like they were you. >> reporter: we found one capturing this barista right here in california. we're about to tell this young lady that they are being spied on. is this you? i think that's you, right? >> yeah. >> reporter: and in the back, we found her. cat lee. you're standing in the same place as you were when this picture was taken. the russian claims the database is for the consumer's own good. to show the importance of the security settings. >> what should we be doing about that?
>> change the default password. make it something that's kwlu neek to you. and then the bad guys can't get in. >> reporter: a simple way to keep prying eyes shuttered. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news. >> it goes back to changing your password and on a regular basis. another check of the weather and rain out west. we are loving this picture of little kaitlin who is one-year-old because she is so adorable. she also staring in the puddle because she has never seen it before. san francisco over a half inch of rain yesterday and starting to take down the total, five inches below average. better than earlier this week. there's more to come. look at the numbers, we're talking 4 to 5 inches along the coast in the green there. seattle in the red that goes through sunday, some spots could see five inches. most folks are saying all right. now you go into the mountains
and this turns into snow. we have winter storm warnings and watches and advisories in pink. and high wind warnings anywhere you see in orange. that's in reno and salt lake city. >> reporter: thanks, ginger, david murphy on the terrace. we have sun up over the horizon, but it's colder than yesterday, windchills are in the teens, temperatures in the 20s a high of 38 with windchills in the 20 later today. 44 on saturday, better organ sunday, 56. in eastern iowa through chicago, there's a freezing rain advisory going into tonight. so something to look for. they have seen that before. >> yeah, they have. keep that in mind. thank you, ginger. coming up, big flaws in the recall system allowing potentially dangerous products to remain in homes and for sale. what you need to know to protect where are family. can you be too healthy? how obsessing over your diet can
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>> reporter: good morning. the u.s. consumer product safety commission is launching a major campaign, warning about household and children's products in home and for sale despite the safety recalls. it's like a game of recall roulette. there are lots of recalls out there, but american families have little chance about finding about them. her parents say 2-year-old addison of utah is lucky to be alive. >> she was as close to death without dying a person can be. >> she was sitting here in the seat -- >> reporter: her father, nick, put her in a popular bumbo boother seat on the kitchen counter. >> she fell, hit this door, extremely hard and then was there on the floor screaming. >> reporter: only as they prayed for her recovery did they learn it was under official recall with a warning label because of
similar incidents when used off the floor. did you have any idea you had an unsafe product in your house? >> no. >> reporter: you never heard about it? >> no. >> reporter: an abc news investigation found a wide ranger of products that have been recalled. dehumidifiers that catch on fire. wooden chests that trap children. all under recall, but still in homes or being offered for sale. >> i liver in fear every day that have happening to my children. >> reporter: the new chairman of the product safety commission says manufacturers aren't doing enough to get the word out about recalls. in some cases as few as 5% of the recalled items are turned in or fixed. >> it can be that low. >> reporter: and 95% are unaccounted for. >> correct. >> reporter: but he's pointing a thing at craig's list that he
says refuses to do what amazon and ebay do to block the sale of dangerous recalled items. >> they will not do it to date. >> reporter: what do you say about that? >> it's morally irresponsible. >> reporter: they say they have a system to prevent the posting of recalled items. but our abc stations again and again and again were able to find and buy the recalled bumbo baby seat from craig's list. they're selling and posting items that could kill children? >> correct. >> reporter: brian ross from abc, how are you. the founder is craig numark and would not answer our questions, saying he's not involved in management. >> i have been encountered from brian ross from abc news. >> reporter: told the site is accused of being morally irresponsible, putting children's lives at risk, he walked away. we want your answers and your side of the story.
isn't it possible? >> good to meet you. >> reporter: you don't want to speak about these allegations at all? there are more than 400 recalls issued every year for safety defects. most are not well-publicized and unnoticed. they end up undetected in the homes of american families and on sites like craig's list. >> it's like the wild west. no way to police. >> save money, turn to craig's list to get the items at a cheech cheaper cross. >> never do anything bad, brian ross will come get you. >> he starts with a handshake. it's downhill from there. >> there are important questions to be answered. >> really helping. quite surprising. and you can see more on ""20/20" on abc. and go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to check recalls. and a warning for parents this morning about a terrifying phone scam. con artists claiming they're
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asking price, $195 million. so what do you get for that? nick watt went to find out. >> reporter: some houses boast a wine cellar. this place has a vineyard. and is the wine any good? >> the wine's fabulous. >> reporter: this place has a revolving dance floor. why do you need a revolving dance floor? >> you don't. >> well, you really don't. >> reporter: the palace of love. that's what it's called. it's on for how much? >> we're asking $195 million for the house. >> reporter: are you going get it? >> i certainly hope so. you're looking at the most expensive house on the market in america. 53,000 square feet of living space. 12 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, 25 acres in, yes, in beverly hills. the pool of people who you're
marketing this to is -- >> somewhat limited. largely we're seeing international buyers pof the $50 range. >> reporter: current owner, jeff green, real estate magnate from florida. net worth, $3 billion. money is what it's about. a reflection pool, an infinity pool, a bowling alley, a movie theater and a turkish bath off the master bedroom. if you sell this place, cut me in for 1%? >> you have to be licensed in the state of california. >> you're not licensed, can't get the 1%. >> reporter: anyone else think they chose the wrong profession? nick watt, beverly hills. >> any wiggle room. >> like how nick was trying to get the commission. >> he's about the revolving dance floor. >> who's not? we have coming up in the big finale in the shark versus shark
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slow on i-95 southbound. we have an accident on city avenue southbound at presidential boulevard. watch for that. we have an accident in haverford, delaware county. west chester pike look for that. a few problems out there, as well as a downed tree we're hearing about on martin luther king look for that at sweetbrier drive. we have an accident in montgomery county valley forge road and skippack pike. a few problems out there, matt. >> thanks so much, karen. live picture the ben franklin bridge, you see the scenes they look sunny and warm, but they are not. >> reporter: looks can be deceiving, matt, take a look at the temperatures, matt. millville 30, 31 down the shore. 29 in philadelphia. the windchills are making it feel like the teens pretty much everywhere. winds running in the teens right now. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a high of 38 windchills in the 20s. tomorrow better in the afternoon, 44 and then 56 on
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♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and could you fall victim to con artists calling you on your phone saying they have kidnapped your kids? what parents need to know now. ♪ and you be too healthy? and getting it just right when it comes to the perfect male can be bad for your body and your mind. we'll tell you what to avoid. and get ready for glam. we're making over robin's dressing room. >> want to make this a reflection of you. 100% you. but crank up the clamor. >> i'm excited. >> reporter: simple tips and tricks you can use in your home. and it's time to crown the winner of the epic shark versus shark showdown.
find out who's the biggest fish in the tank as we say -- >> good morning, america. >> barbara's going down. >> oh, no. look at this great crowd joining us here in times square. a lot of students from lehigh are here. and we can not wait -- oh, look at those two. robert and barbara. shark versus shark showdown. the finale between those two. oh, oh. >> whoa. >> wow. >> this is morning television. >> they're going to go head to head live this morning. and you think that was -- did you see the shot earlier? >> oh, boy. >> that's right. >> slightly competitive. >> they are -- who else -- >> maybe she just had our coffee? >> we do say -- can you tell it's friday? good morning, america. george is on assignment. great to have david here and dan
harris in for amy. >> great to be here. and d.j. rob nice counting down to the competition and the weekend. >> good choice, d.j. everybody going on the friday. look outside. there's a popup santa station. the #popupsanta has been viral. thanks to kiosks with presents, surprising people with just the push of a button. who is behind it all. i love this idea. >> you'll see it coming up. but first to dan harris in for amy, as we said, with the other developing stories right now. kick it off. start with concerns about the two big blasts of snow that have buried much of western new york under as much as 7 feet. overnight, it was 4 inches an hour. plows are shoveling for days, roofs are collapsing. at least 12 deaths blamed on the storms. the fear now is warming temperatures and rain this
weekend will give way to potentially dangerous flooding. ginger's forecast is coming up very soon. overnight, protesters fought with police on the streets of ferguson, missouri. for the second night in a row, the tension rising there. waiting for the grand jury decision on whether to charge police officer darren wilson in the death of unarmed teenager michael brown. michael brown's father calling out in a in new video, quote, hurting others is not the answer. and president obama heading to las vegas with an executive order granting 5 million illegal immigrants temporary status and work permits. in order to be eligible you have to have been in the u.s. for more than five years and no criminal record. republicans are vowing to fight this executive order in court. a former death row inmate will be walking free in cleveland today after serving nearly 40 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
57-year-old ricky jackson and two other men were convicted in 1975 of killing a money order collector. but a key witness who was 12 years old at the time admits he was lying to police. he will reportedly be the longest held american prisoner ever to be exonerated. a pro hockey star is declaring bankruptcy despite a contract worth more than $30 million. jack johnson gave his mom full control of his finances three years ago. then his parents bought a home and took out millions in high-interest loans without his knowledge. he owes more than $12 million now. he has hired now financial advisers. and finally, a mystery near seattle has been solved. sort of. at the mystery -- at the center of the mystery is jimmy. he's a garden gnome. he was stolen from a home last summer. he's back, unharmed, and carrying an envelope full of pictures. turns out he's been busy. the pictures show him at famous
landmarks including mount rushmore and the grand canyon. nobody knows who's responsible for the mystery tour. jimmy is saying the fifth. >> not saying a word? >> mum's the word. talk about needing a hobby. >> that's a big get. get the interview. >> get our booker on that. >> brian ross, he hunts them down. >> the gnome, next. and that scam we were talking about. this is kind of terrifying. targeting parents, con artists saying they have kidnapped your son or daughter. and with amazing threats they follow up with. millions of americans falling victim to this fraud every year. and neal karlinsky has the story. >> reporter: it was 11:00 a.m. when louann and betty ann's world was shattered with a single phone call. >> he said do you have a daughter or a son, yes, i have a daughter. there's been a terrible accident. i think my daughter is laying in a highway somewhere.
>> reporter: and then an unexpected and more frightening turn. >> then his demeanor changed. now you wait a minute. >> she was white as a ghost. >> we have her at gunpoint and we're going to kill her if you don't give me $1700. >> reporter: they were on the receiving end in the latest technique of a low tech phone scam. con artists claiming to have kidnapped a loved one to make you pay up. 25 million americans lose more than $2.5 billion to fraud each year. and phone scams, which account for a big chunk of that have been surprisingly successful for decades. doug of the aarp has interviewed dozens of con artists. >> we and the same we, the strategy for defrauding people? get them under the ether, you're no longer acting racial ining t
emotionally. >> reporter: their daughter is fine, by the way. but very angry. >> who are you to do this to my mother? >> reporter: for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, tooelgts seattle. >> she has a right to be upset there. and "pop news" and weather coming up. robin has the morning menu in the social square. >> here's a look what you can expect on "gma." in "pop news," what you should never wear. and this, a big no-no. can you be too healthy? the new warnings about a dangerous obsession. barbara and robert are here live for the final of the shark versus shark showdown. i feel like james brown, you know how he got his coat? that and a whole lot more coming up here on "gma" in times square. look at that. oh, no! ♪
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and save even more when you shop late friday and early saturday. plus, get an extra 20% off with your friends & family pass. find your yes. kohl's. . welcome back, everybody. right into "pop news" with a royal heads up for all reporters hoping to cover prince william and princess kate's visit to the united states next month. it is our country. but there's a dress code for journalists to adhere to. for men, you need to be wearing a jacket and tie. and ladies, trouser or skirt suit. robin, ginger, we need to go out and pick up skirt suits. >> jump suit with a statement necklace. >> it's on there, you're good. you're good. the thing is, the palace says, it's about respect. the attire. if you wear jeans, expect to be dismissed. and trainers, otherwise known as sneakers, out of the question for a royal encounter.
they are set to visit both new york and washington. they land here on december 7th. >> duly noted. >> and it's all over the paper this is morning. >> i'll be wearing my skirt suit. >> got it out right now, folks. >> you have not stood up yet during the show. >> right. it's -- today it's a kilt. >> that's totally code. you're all good. >> yes. >> "zoolander" 2 got more ridiculously good-looking. penelope cruz signed on. and ben stiller as derrick zoolander. and jennifer aniston's guy, justin thor row is writing the script. and no word on if will ferrell or owen wilson will return. we know it takes place ten years after the original in europe and hopefully has a lot of blue steel. something that dan harris may
know something about. >> look at that. >> dan. go ahead, yes. >> you know what? i can only do it when i'm next to michael. he adds a little bit of intimidation factor, which on my own i cannot produce. >> robin, can you show -- you were just doing it. >> just admiring dan. >> yeah. >> the word admiring is not quite the right word. she was mocking? >> no, never. never, no. >> and then finally, dan, david, robin. your mission, should you choose to accept it, to swipe whatever you can get your little paws on. we're talking ransacking racc n raccoons. we have conniving kitties. watch this, work so hard to go fish. and that. and there's also sneaky sea gulls out there. smart seagulls, i like to say. they know what they want. god choice.
>> doritos or cheeto? >> and monkeys who feel the need to steal a hub cap. >> wait, wait, wait. this is from the '70s. where did you find this video? >> where are you going with all this? >> we don't have vending machines like that anymore. >> i just like these little -- i spent last night editing together. i thought it was cute. >> this one from 1973. a raccoon. >> is still on the loose. back to you. that's "pop news." thank you for having me. >> another great week of "pop news." >> thank you. >> thank you. and the "morning stir" is coming up. first ginger with another check of the weather. and w >> i heard there's going to be a game this weekend. it's between lafayette on my right and lehigh on my left. there's a rivalry between the two. it will becoming more mild over the weekend.
it's not mild in my hometown in michigan. they have had 28 inches of snow and freezing rain for chicago and north eastern missouri. quick look at the weekend ahead, they are jumping. just like these cheerleaders are right now. that's the big picture, let's look a little closer to home. >> reporter: thanks, ginger, david murphy on the terrace, under the sun, but in severe conditions. we have 29 degrees in philadelphia. windchills in the teens, this afternoon's high, 38 degrees, brisk and colder than yesterday. windchills in the mid 20s plan or wearing layers and hats and gloves if you're out for any extended period of time. 44 saturday, 56 sunday, dry for the eagles, 70 on monday with showers. say something. >> go hogs! >> go hogs. all right, let's get inside.
>> i thought she was saying go home. >> and this woman, she's turning 50 behind us. wave to her -- >> she looks great. >> her daughter, saying my mom is 50 young today. >> 50 years young. >> and my best friend is turning 21. >> best friend. so we wanted to get to the "morning stir." an unhealthy obsession with healthy eating. it's orthorexia and can debt dangerous. mara schiavocampo has one woman's story. >> reporter: jenny victor is so fixated on cooking a perfectly healthy meal, doctors are calling her precision dangerous and potentially life-threatening. in the past six years, her compulsive attention to every morsel has morph into a full-blown eating disorder. orthorexiaer in volunteer is a, a sick sags with righteous eating. >> any time anyone goes from
eating a variety of foods to restricted foods, it has the potential to become unhealthy. there can be deficiencies in micronutrients, vitamins, minerals. >> it's not about losing weight or restricting myself. >> reporter: it's taken a toll on her body. jenny as adegreeal fatigue and an underactive thyroid. the 22-year-old often orders in dinner because the kitchen has become a battle ground. >> cooking with her or around her is simply an anxious-type of experience. >> i'm not very nice in the kitchen. >> no, she's not. >> reporter: jenny says she's slowly trying to stop demonizing food. and since filming, she's made major progress and is now free of her old eating ways. >> i know that i can do this. and i think just having that strength and knowing that i can if i try hard enough, is enough
to push me to succeed. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> all right, mara, thank you. this is comfy over here. >> who needs a $195 million house? >> we got it in times square. >> can we get this revolving? >> it is our "gma" shark tank board room. ready for the grand finale of the shark versus shark showdown. for the first time ever, the hosts have been facing off on "gma." let's take a look back at how they got here. they entered "gma's" times square arena for a mission, to rise to the top in our epic shark versus shark showdown. barbara kork ran's fine-tuned selling strategy and party atmosphere helped her edge out daymond john. and it was a double decker dual. in round two, it was robert
herjavec's competitive pricing and wiley use of clowns and puppies that led to a landslide victory against kevin o'leary. >> forget the pizza. >> in the food truck face off. the stage is set. all bets are off, and only one can be champion. their challenge? unknown. "gma's" ultimate shark versus shark final begins live right now. so -- >> intense. >> shall we? >> let's do it. >> let's bring them out. barbara and robert. please enter the shark tank. >> let's go, guys. >> congratulations to you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> are you nervous? >> no. >> like it when the tables are turned? >> all right, so you guys know that this isn't over yet, okay? you have done great. you have got tten to this point. but one more challenge, correct? >> one more big challenge. >> the instructions? >> the instructions are
outside -- there's a caffy -- coffee, i need some. see who can sell the most coffee. >> not over yet. go out here first, the props department created a table. and there are things you can choose that will hopefully attract more customers. you decide what those things are, who will bring in the most money. >> five items each you get to pick. why do you think you made the final? why do you think you're this close? >> i'm a woman with high iq and women try hard. i'm going to beat him today. >> robert? >> i'm good enough, i'm strong enough and barbara's weak enough. >> well, let the trash-talking agai begin. >> are you ready? >> yes. >> go out, get your five props. >> five items that will help them sell the most coffee. >> i don't want to miss
anything -- >> help them in no way. >> so they're going to pick their items and we'll come back to them in the last half hour to see how they're doing. >> the props department had some fun with that one, i think. in the meantime, check in with the sharks. but i'm excited for today's version of -- say it with me, improve this. today is about small spaces. and the dressing rooms and offices at "gma," they're, how do i say this? well-loved. well-used. but one by one, our friend, design guru jonathan designed them. this time it was a birthday present for the one, the only, robin roberts. he conquered my clutter. oh, my goodness, it's an explosion. turned drab to fab for the "gma" producers. this is amazing. and now design superstar jonathan adler is at it again, revamping robin's "gma" dress
ing room. >> i ease into my morning and day. the key, family and friends. love having family pictures. >> i get it. and i -- i think i know who you are. i totally get it. >> who am i, jonathan? >> you want a place that's kind of a retreat and needs to be calm and zen. i totally get it. i just think that you are chic and glamorous. what i see here is a space that needs -- needs to be, like, very calm. i get it. but i want a little glamour. >> reporter: the first tip for adding glam to make a small space feel glam. add height with floor to ceiling drapes. >> keep it mono chromatic, low key, add textures. >> reporter: covering the walls in grass cloth wall paper. and she will forget the formy ka once it's covered with stick on wall paper. feels like a great psy size.
rescue, recycle, reinvent. shutter? >> table. >> no, table. tip number three, think outside the box. i used a $10 flee market shutter and these good legs. everybody loves good legs. >> absolutely. >> reporter: you like this leg? a little beefy, fabulous, or long and lean? >> i like long and lean. >> reporter: to create a totally terrific table. >> this would be nice to have a sitting area. >> reporter: and finally seating is key. so create your own by covering the fabric. >> i want to make this a reflection of you. 100% you. but crank up the glamour and bring you gorgeous lighting. >> crank it up. i'm excited. >> me too. >> work your magic. >> reporter: all right, so we're upstairs now, robin and i. happy birthday from all of us and jonathan adler. >> my goodness. >> isn't it beautiful?
>> that manamaste. >> the zen. >> i can't wait to see how he did everything. a big change. >> i love this. come over here and look. >> thank you. >> by the window. if this was just kind of useless space. and now it's this wonderful little -- we have it in all of our rooms. it's formy ka, but you have made the dated fixtures disappear. >> i wanted to channel you, you are gorgeous and glamorous and sparkle. and create a zen space with a little bit of sparkle. there's brassment wills, live elements, brass to center you. >> is that wall -- i'm sorry. >> adds texture and there's a little bit of shimmer. you use metallics for a reason. >> shimmer. like neutrals, a little bit of sparkle like you. it needed to capture your spirit. >> but these were drab drawers and everything. just what you put on it makes it
look so rich. it's inexpensive what you did. >> i wanted to keep it neutral. has a totally zen vibe. >> the handles -- >> yes. >> this is the contact paper, correct? >> totes. >> totes. >> formy kica, it's a sticker. and decluttering makes a difference. not saying you did -- >> i did. kept the airplane -- >> everything is here, but it's decluttered and ordered. keep it this way. >> i will. >> won't touch a thing. happy birthday, robin roberts. >> happy birthday. >> to see how we built this cute little rescue, reinvented. >> you built this? >> go to our website, and we'll be right back.
>> dozens of people are out of their homes in the lehigh valley where a sinkhole emerge overnight. it swallowed up this ppl truck the truck ended up on a gas line, nothing blew up. crews are on the scene for a water main break. let's update traffic with karen rogers. >> reporter: chopper 6 is over head, you can see the sinkhole is still out here. you can see how it's tearing up the streets. they are trying to deal with this one, blocking it off, hampton road. stick with washington as the alternate. i want to take you outside on the roads, martin luther king drive, we have a downed tree
blocking the right lane. we're looking at speeds at 11 miles per hour on the schuylkill expressway. we can see are 15 on the schuylkill expressway westbound as you see approaching the boulevard to bell month. we have an accident at city avenue southbound at presidential boulevard. we have an accident coming into us at bryn mawr haverford road and county line road. >> david murphy has his ear muf fs on again. 29 degrees in philadelphia. 26 in allentown and there's a breeze blowing in the teens right now. that's making it feel like 19 is what it feels like as you step outside in the city. this afternoon, 38. brisk and colder yesterday, with windchills in the mid 20s at the best of times. tomorrow, partly sunny, chilly, we improve to 44 and 56 sunday, and matt, 70, i said 70 on monday. >> that's farenheit.
♪ ♪ bang, bang into the room i cannot help but think of you, ginger, every time i hear ariana grande. i hope you were with us for halloween. good to have you back from new orleans, d.j. nice. i love the tunes. he gets everyone involved. >> tgif. and the big moment is here. time to kick off the finale in the shark versus shark showdown. barbara, hungry for the win. you have an air horn. means something big is going to happen. >> usually don't let me handle something big like an air horn. they have chosen their props. not sure of the logic. give them the countdown?
three, two, one. >> all right, $2 coffee. get your money out. who wants a coffee? >> she's going at it. how can you say no to that? >> barbara's coffee is poison. >> we'll be checking in as robert and barbara, very soon, to see how they are doing. because they are both extremely competitive. but back here inside, we to want talk to david. he's been filling in great for george. george is on assignment. you have world news tonight. >> a little double duty. but tonight, searching your family roots. so many people want to do this. derrick jeter, sally field. we get surprised this evening. and even me, he shows up at the news desk with extraordinary tales about our family history. where we came from, how we got to america. >> just seeing the reaction shots. >> i couldn't believe it.
i knew in researching the story. but i had no idea. >> he goes back far. >> he does. >> and the surprise that tina fey had about something here in new york city that she'd been past several times -- >> no idea. >> that's a tease. great. we'll be watching. >> absolutely. >> i love coming in. see you monday. >> we love tony reali, he's in the social square with the special speed feed. >> good morning. this nearly broke twitter overnight. #cutestselfieever. and in one direction with the star-studded selfie. all the fwrois one direction. and jimmy kimmel. and babies and up yis. even a unicorn pony. it's been retweeted 30,000 times overnight. and on the big screen, #popupsanta. it's a viral senensation.
you see people getting things around the country, even bikes. take a look at the faces when they are surprised with hats and sweaters and the great red bikes. i love the way they look. popup santa has hit times square. we're going to brave the elements. let's go, who's with me? hello. got some engineers in the house. what do you think we have inside here? >> you want a coffee? no, give me that money. >> and from houston, texas, living in the netherlands. our special assistant. can you open the popup santa door, kennedy? what do you think is this? you know this guy? santa's got some more surprises for the crowd. take a look, though. some members of our audience braving the cold. i have a coupon right here, are going to take home some of these babies. these red bikes right here. remember -- you are going to have to work out a little bit to
work up a sweat to get warm today. these red baikes, if you ride your bike at night, wear white. the elves behind popup santa, it's abc family. spreading the joy of the season. keeping the party going in times square. all part of abc family's 25 days of christmas program. you can see holiday shows all month long starting december 1st. please. i want to do some christmas shopping. thank you very much. robin, i got your present right here. what do you think? >> i love it. it's perfect, tony in. and you saw robert, he was up there trying to sell coffee. all that. you know stars are born at disney innovation day where cutting edge companies come to show off their state of the art inventions. ten startups go mhead to head, hoping their product will be picked up by investors. abc's becky worley is the
perfect one to tell us more. >> reporter: robotic toys, the monster to help your kids do chores, and the personal play book for parents. this is disney invasion day. >> i'm bob iger. >> reporter: think "shark tank" meets talent show with a technology twist. this is a ball that's controlled by a phone. >> that's sphiro, the robot ball controlled by your smartphone. >> reporter: we're done here. disney hand picked ten unique startups poised to go big. >> brings in some of the best minds we could find. >> it was just so energizing. >> reporter: best friends are part of the team that run twig tale. personalized books and soon an app designed to ease kids through tough transitions. the first day of school or becoming a big sister. >> it's a personalized parenting play book disguised as an engaging, effective children's book. >> reporter: it grew from there.
>> we can hover over a photo of daddy and be connected to a video message from him on a military base a thousand miles away. >> reporter: what did you put on the line to be here? >> well, our husbands not leaving us is the first. >> and fortunately we have the books created to do this. we have a separation anxiety book. >> reporter: the stakes are high. presenting to potential investors with the money to transform their business. will they bite? >> if i had the chance four months ago, put money in all ten of them. >> reporter: giving them the chance to go big with a little touch of disney magic. becky worley, abc news, los angeles. >> i wish i had that gene. some people can do those things. >> i love that, a little disney magic. helps us out too now and then. >> >> and i hate saying this in some ways, and i love saying it,
too, less than five weeks until christmas, you have to get your letters into santa, we are partnering with macy's with their campaign. i spent time with kids who are doing their part. they say second graders are asking santa for the darnest things from the hitech. >> i wish you could bring me an ipad. >> i wish you could bring me a pet. >> from out of this world. >> i wish a drone with a camera. >> reporter: that's right, he said drone like one of these things. who would you spy on first? >> the neighbors. >> reporter: they are granting wishes to children with life threatening medical conditions.
between now and december 24th. macy's will donate one dollar to $1 million for every santa letter dropped off at a believe box at the macy's store. >> reporter: for second grader, luken, the letter writing campaign has special meaning. his younger sister was diagnosed with leukemia. >> i wish my sister gets all better, i wish because she is sick. now luca and his family are working with make a wish to fulfill sophia's dream. >> i want to swim with follow if i follow -- dolphins in hawaii.
>> for all these kids the message is clear. it's time to believe. >> you've got to believe. they are the sweetest, i'm here with all the letters we'll deliver them to a macy's near us and help kids with life threatening conditions. macy's donating one dollar for every stamped letter to santa. you can do it online, find out how to do it all go to "good morning america".com on yahoo to find out more. it's chilly out here, it's feeling like the holidays, we wanted to talk about once you started to warm it up, because it will warm up as we go through the weekend. we're talking 70 to 85 inches of snow that fell around buffalo. now they have a flood watch that goes sunday through wednesday. not only will it warm up, you'll see rain coming in monday, heavier rain, it won't be a ton, but you put that together with
the warmth we've got a problem. severe storms along the gulf coast. that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: thank, ginger, david murphy on the tears, lots of sun and cold. high of 38. windchills in the 20s. 44 saturday, chilly, but mid 50s sunday swiffer. and the american music awards are this sunday. oh, i have a seller here. i don't have any cash on me, barbara. we'll get there. she steals -- our friend, pit bull is hosting and performing at the amas with performances from j.lo, iggy azalea, ariana gran grande. and john legend, katy perry, pharrell williams. and we'll bring you the behind the scenes fun brought to you by
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back on a friday morning. and now to two men who came together to break boundaries and defy the odds. one of the first african-american principal of beverly hills high school. now a book, "where a man stands." and macameron mathison has more >> reporter: as a kid in beverly hills, steven fenton loved baseball. so it the other in south central l.a. but that changed when carter's mom arranged enrollment for her son in mostly white beverly hills high school. >> hi to prove to everybody i
belonged. >> reporter: he did. so impressive in sports that he was hired by beverly hills high school as a coach, a teacher and a mentor for local students like steven fenton. what do you remember about steven? >> an intense, determined, passionate young kid who wanted to prove that he belonged. that reminded me of me. >> reporter: nearly 20 years later, they not only stayed friends, but steven joined the school board and convinced other members that carter should be principal of beverly hills high. >> the best thing for the school was for carter to lead it. >> in my heart i was thinking, you know, i'm not sure if the city of beverly hills would really embrace an african-american principal. but i had the determination to do it, and i knew stephen had the determination to do it. this was about turning our school around for the better. >> reporter: some parents were concerned. >> some people don't like me because i'm african-american. that's not my problem. that's their problem.
>> reporter: their remarkable story, high school buddies from different worlds, beating the odds, now a book. "where a man stands." >> we thought this book was going to inspire people to stand up. carter and i, two ordinary people willing to do something extraordinary. >> reporter: i know people that call you guys a multi-racial bromance. >> we're a generation apart, but we're still so much alike. >> i am so proud of him. he made it happen. >> well, we made it happen. we made it happen. >> reporter: for "good morning america," cameron mathison, abc news, beverly hills. >> thanks for an incredible story. it's on sale now. and coming up,
billboard crowned them the top rock group of the decade. nickelback. the latest cd, soaring to top five on itunes. "no fixed address" is the name. there's a reason. you did not do this one in a studio. >> no, we didn't. it was fun to not be stuck in one place for six or seven months in a row. it was nice to be able to record this all over the world and hence the total, "no fixed address." >> i know you say every time in the studio, it's about making your fans happy. let's get happy with "what are you waiting for." ♪ a lightning strike ♪ are you waiting for the perfect night ♪ ♪ are you waiting until the time is right ♪ ♪ what are you waiting more ♪ don't you want to learn to deal with fear ♪ ♪ don't you want to take the wheel and steer ♪ ♪ don't you wait another minute here ♪ ♪ what are you waiting for
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the crater was developed along hampton road in bethlehem township. now it clouds the front yard of the home. a water main break caused the sing hole which swallowed a ppl truck that was parked there. the truck hit a gas line. the gas has been off for hours as a precaution. 8:57, time to check traffic with karen rogers. >> reporter: matt we have an problem on the pennsylvania turnpike, an overturned tractor-trailer that's blocking eastbound to willow grove. it was carrying 42,000 pounds of paper. that's got to be a mess. stick to fort washington or bensalem, turnpike ramp to willow grove is shut down. we have extra heavy from i-95 to penns landing, heavy because of the delays on the vine westbound because of the disabled vehicle at broad.
cinnaminson, 130 northbound we have a problem closed here until 3:00 p.m. >> lots of sun, hardly any warmth. here's meteorologist david murphy. >> reporter: that's pretty much the story, matt. take a look as temperatures are below freezing, we popped up to 30 degrees in the city. when you factor in the winds it feels like the teens. that will be the case for much of the day. today's high, 38. windchills in the 20s, tomorrow, 44 up to 56 and dry for the eagles on sunday. >> coming up today at noon, new information about the deadly shooting in tabernacle, new jersey, word is financial troubles may have sparked the violence. we'll bring you a live report into the investigation on the family tragedy. kate walsh is next on "live" with kelly and michael.
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