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s that develop later in the day may become strong to severe with the largest threat along and south highway 30. check out the weatherer water cooler blog bell for more details about the severe breaking news tonight. the images coming in right now of a deadly plane crash. thth businins jet slamming into an american neighborhood, bursting into flames. emergency teams on the scene. there are multiple deaths. also tonight, the big debate. ben carson, already saying no candidate has ever faced this kind of scsctiny. donald trump now taking aim at what carson describes as his own violent past. >> if you try and hit your mother over the head with a hammer, your poll numbersrs go up. also ahead, the officers now off the street. police launching an investigation after seeing this video. using tasers and then a baton to target students. this question tonigig -- is america owed 11 olympic medals? the russians accused of cheating.
did russian agents cover it all up? and the black friday deals revealed alreaea tonight. and it turns out, you can order the doorbusters right from your own home. good evening. and we begin tonight with the horrific scenenehat played out today in ohio. the images still coming in tonight, a small jet smashing into a neighborhood, right into an apartment building. erupting into flames. the deadly crash happened near akron, ohio. the fire ball erupting there, mraums of black smoke, ambulances and firefighters rushing to the scene. ohio state police now confirming tonight, there were no survivors on the plane. atateast two killed. but a ahorities arearning that number could, in fact, rise. and investigators say it could have been even worse. incredibly, no one was inside thoer apartments. abc's david kerley with the stunned eyewitnesses, some of whom were recording on their phones when the plane crashed right beside them. >> reporter: smoke and fire. and the moment of this crash, seen in the face of a neighbor,
who says she was v veo chatting. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: the small jet slamming into that apartment. >> we have a plane into a house. heavy fire, we have a lots of wires down. >> it just blew up, and it just sounded like gunfire going off. >> have you found the plane? >> yeah, i believe the plane is, it's in the brush. >> reporter: two buildings on the ground damaged by the debris and fire. >> it was disintegrated. it just was gone. i mean, you could see the engine. >> reporter: the hawker 25, which can carry ten passengers, was on a flight from dayton to akron. but just a bit more than a mile from the airport, the jet goes down, killing the pilot and co-pilot. the fire from the crash, intense. witnesses believe the jet was having engine trouble. >> you just don't think a plane would drop in a residential area like this. this is crazy. >> reporter: police say no one was in the damaged apartments. no injuries or fatalities on the ground. well, we know the pilot and co-pilot were killed. there are conflicting reports
were there any passengerers? and we don't have an answer about that tonight, david, but we do know, no distress call, no may day call from this aircraft. >> all right, abc's david kerley leading us off. he'll stay on this throughout the night. david, thank you. the other major story tonight, of course, the race for 2016, and debate night here in america. the republicans taking the stage, eight contenders made the cut this time, instead o o the ten we sawn the last debate. and here's where the race stands right now. the new poll shows dr. ben carson and donald trump neck and neck. marco rubio in third, ted cruz, jeb bush tied behind them. and tonight, many eyes on b b carson, facing questions about his own life story. when he said he nearly attacked his own mother and when he stabbed his friend. carson saying no candidate has faced this kind of scrutiny. andd trump wasting no time. abc's tom llamas with the fiery words already. >> reporter: tonight, the debate stage is set. the focus, the economy. but right now, all the talk is about dr. ben carson.
defending his life story, particularly his claim that as a teen with a temper, he tried to stab a friend. carson often talks about his violent youth, including the time he sails he tried to hit his mother with a hammer. >> picked up a hammer, went to hit her in the head with it. my brother caught it from behind. >> reporter: but carson says he overcame his anger, finding god. >> if you try and hit your mother over the held with a hammer, your poll numbers go up. this is a strange election, isn't it? man. you stab somebody, and the newspapers say you didn't do it. and you say, yes, i did, i did it. if they said i didn't dot, i'd be so happy. this is the only election in history where you're better off if you stab somebody, what are we coming to? >> reporter: this morning on "gma," trump at it again. >> you know, i try to figure out
what's going on here. you hit somebody in the face with a lock. you go after your mother with a hammer. >> reporter: carson says he's being investigagad more than any other candidate, including president obama, even though obama faced questions over his birth certificate for years. >> i do not remember this level of scrutiny for o o presidentnt barack obama when he was running. in fact, i remember just the opposite. >> reporter: as the front-runners tangle, jeb bush and senator marco rubio are competing to be the republican alternative to the outsiders. are e u excited about the debate tomorrow? >> looking forward to it. >> reporter: bush needs a comeback, after his last debate performance, where he attacked his close friend, senator rubio, for missing senate votes. >> marco, when you signed u u for this, this w w a six-yearar term. and you should be showing up to work. >> reporter: but rubio was ready for the attack. >> the only reason why you're doing it now is because we're running for the same position and someone's convinced you that attackckg me is going to helpp you. >> tom llamas in the hall tonight. we're going to hear the names ben carson, donald trump tonight. but i hear they are getting
other names, as well, at this hour. david. the secret service will start protecting donald trump and dr. ben carson later this week. we learned trump's code name is going to be mogul. i'm sure he appreciates that. and dr. ben carson's name is going to be eli. now, eli is,obviously, a byly call name and a nickname for students who go to yale and that's where dr. ben carson did david? >> tom llamas, thank you. let's bring in jon karl, c ce name chief white house correspondent. >> thank you very much. >> eight podiums instead of ten. chris christie and mike huckabee didn't make the cut. you say the biggest opening and perhaps the biggest stakes toninit, for jeb bush. >> yeye, no doubt. donald trump is center stage polls. jeb bush has moved further and further out with each deba. he's one step away from the very edge of the debate. the last debate wasevastating for him. he has a chance to turn it around tonight. him.
it's on polic issues. if jeb bush cannot break through tonight, it is hard to imagine where he does break through. this, david, is as close to a do or die moment for jeb bush as you can get. >> and he's acknowledged to you, he needs to g better. jon, thank you. meantime, a lightning rod issue duringhe debates, what to do about immigration. tonight, president obama vowing to fight after a major setback for his immigration plan. an appealsourt in new orleans ruling against the president's plan, which would offer work permits to as many as 5 million undocumented workers, protecting many from deportation. 26 states now joining forces to challenge the president's plan, claiming it was an abuse of his executive powers. tonight, the justice department vowing to take the fight all the way to the supreme court. a new headline tonight on the massive data breach. authorities calling it the largest theft of consumer data ever from a u.s. bank. three suspects accused of stealing personal information from more than a dozen financial firms, including jpmorgan chase. accessing information from more
the hacking dating back to 2012. now, to three police officers under investigation tonight in alabama. the officers with the does ss off the street tonight. they're under investigation after this video surfaced, showing them using tasers and batons to arrest three college students. and you're about to see what led up to this. a bbc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas with the video and what the police chief is now calling a blackckye for his department. >> let go of him. >> reporter: you are watching a confrontation between police and university of alabama students that sparked an investigation into possible excessive force. it reflects thehe new "caughgh on tape" world that may change >> is he being arrested or >> he's under arrest. >> for what? >> reporter: police had been called to the apartment after complaints about loud noise. as thehencounter unfolds, thth students immediately whip out from multiple angles. cell phones rolling, the
students assert their rights, questioning g e officer's authority. >> i don't have to have a warrant. >> reporter: finally, all hell breaks loose. the officers grab one student, pushing him outside. he's tased and beaean with a batoto a screaming female student is also dragged out, cell phone rolling. all on video. >> i don't give a [ bleep ]. >> reporter: when it's all over, the studentss post the video on video. and the chief of tuscaloosa took officers. >> once i started receiving the videos, a watching what occurred, i was deeply disturbed by it and disappointed. >> pierre, in addition to the witnesses recording it all there, officers had body >> reporter: we're told they did. and that police are reviewewg theootage. it is unclear if that video will david. >> pierre thomas live in pierre, thank you. tonight, the tsa is now saying they made a mistake in their handling of a scare at the airport in miami overnight.
police boarding an american airlines flight, shortly before takeoff, ordering passengers to put their hands in the air. that plane was evacuated after a passenger, it turned out to be a dentist, raised suspicionon with his carry-on g. it was later revealed he was carrying dental equipment. tonight, the tsa conducting a review of the incident. breaking news in that mystery in texas. tonight, a person of intereses now in custody in the case of the veteran judge, ambushed outside her home, shots fired in her driveway. tonight, the person of interest is behind bars, charged in a separate, unrelated murder. but the leading they ary,y, that e judge was targeted, becausese of one of her cases. tonight, abc news has learned that the person of interest was due to appear in her court next month. >> investigators absolutely believe that t t assault was an attempt to murder her, an attempt on her life. >> police say they are searching for others who may have been involved. we turn now the extreme weather tonight. powerful storms slamming the west. 20 millili in the storm zone, as
this moves eastward. hail, drenching rain from san francisco to fresno. bolt of lightning there. snow until sparks, nevada. a treacherous drive home there. now that system on the move, and here's the map tonight. winter weather and wind alerts from california to indiana. tornadoes, damaging winds possible in the heartland. des moines, peoria, st. louis alal in the bulls eye. let's get righthto ginger zee, pulling double duty for us tonight. where are we watching? >> reporter: that storm is digging in, tonight from utah to colorado. you'll see, by tomorrow morning, denver getss three too five incheses gusts up to 60 miles per hour, just east of there, so, visibility to near zero. that is the cold and windy side. the warm and stormy side is what concerns me about tomorrow afternoon and evening. specifically in the areas that here. so, des moines to pierre ya, you mentioned. but anywhere from illinois down to shreveport, including little rock, could see damaging wind, isolated hail and tornadoes. finally, chicago, by thursday
morning, gusts up to 50. there. >> all right, ginger zee with ginger, thank you. now, to the war of words over allegations of an olympic scandal. accusations of an elaborate athletes cheat their way to the medal stand at the olympipi. tonight, the russian president calling the claims, quote, groundless, amid new groundless. and the stunng number, as many as 11 americans that could pick up medals if the russian athletes are stripped of theirs. here's abc's matt gutman with one of those athletes. >> reporter: when two russian runners ss blazed past her in the 2012 olympics in london, alicia wrong. you nigh they were doping? >> i was aware that it was a very, very, very, very high possible. >> reporter: now that scathing rerert from the world andy doping agency, accusing the
russians of widespread state-sponsored doping. even a coverup by russian secret agents. tonight, the international olympic committee calling for disciplinary proceceings against all athletes, coaches and officials named in the report. the u.s. medal count could be upgraded by 11 medals if the russians a a stripped of eirs. ve you ever doped? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: never taken anything? >> never. i won't even take an aspirin. >> reporter: remember that 800 meter race? montano could be awarded that bronze memel. and somethihi far more precious. >> you know, in 2012, my grandma was here and she's not here anymore. she'll never see that vindication. >> reporter: but montano might. she's training for thehe016 games. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to matt tonight. and now to an american original, cheerios, under fire tonight. the new lawsuit, claiming a new version of the classic, with more protein, has a lot more of something else, as well.
here's abc's senior national correspondent jim avila. >> power up, with new cheer >> reporter: the breakfast staple, today sued by the center interest. misleads customers. >> if it has more protein, i would look at it. >> reporter: good selling point, but cspi says, cheerios protein oats and honeyeyas only a "smidgen" more protein and much more sugar. >> you're getting a little more protein but it's not worth the price of four teaspoons more sugar. numbers. for the same 200 calories, regular cheerios has 6 grams of proteins. cheerios protein, 6.7 grams. but look at the sugearsugar. regular cheerios, just 2 grams, while cheerios protein oats and honey has a whopping 16 grams. more sugar than every other cheerios. general mills says its label is accurate. "an equal amount of cheerios protein contains 18% more protein by weight than original cheerios" and is "a good source of high-quality protein under
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