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>> sunday night. a mother from south jersey and 5-year-old son are injured when a hit-and-run driver runs them down and that mother is speaking exclusively with "action news" as police try to find the driver. and helicopters take down iconic part of center city sky line on the second try. >> and the big story on "action news" tonight is the cold. lots of approaching rain and bitter cold to follow. >> it's a double whammy tonight for mother nature making it uncomfortable to be outside. you'll still need umbrella with when you wake up tomorrow morning. annie mccormick is live with
conditions outside. let's start with meteorologist melissa magee with the first check of double scan radar. melissa. >> sarah, we're already starting to see changes move into parts of delaware and lehigh valley. keep umbrellas with you rest of tonight and for that matter monday. stormtracker 6 double scan showing you moisture through philadelphia and areas north and west. we'll go in tighter on stormtracker 6 double scan street-level you can seat moisture north and west of 95 corridor for chester, montgomery, berks, and lehigh county. light precipitation from reading and as far as southwest ward as we get to areas in chadds ford and media. we'll widen out the picture. double scan showing you the first batch of moisture through and that lifts off north and east. more moisture follows southwest to northeast direction. we'll talk about what we expect rest of tonight and into monday. future tracker 6 showing you during overnight hours precipitation to contend with. it will continue throughout most
of the day on monday. here's outline and here's timeline for you. we have light showers to contend with and deal with now. rainfall moves in overnight and monday making for slick and wet morning commute. it looks to be rain for most. exception, poconos where there is winter weather advisory. we'll talk more on that with the full and exclusive accuweather forecast. >> melissa, live to annie mccormick in center city staying warm and dry is becoming a challenge, right, appy? >> that's right, walter, not sure melissa said what is in store for us makes today look like a gem. there is ice falling from the sky sometimes tonight. but people tell us they didn't want a lazy sunday. they wanted to get out and about and enjoy philly today. >> hiding under umbrella did not stop shutter bugs from shopping love park. they worked through the rain and
skateers at sdil worth thought today's temperatures were perfect. >> it's really good. temperature for skating is really good. >> in franklin square holiday festival light display and carolers put people in the holiday mood. and the fire pits kept them warm a dults got a little help from spiked hot sideer. >> a hot drink is doing the trick. in the fire pit i've been skooch around to sit where it's blowing. >> i love seasons and leave christmas town we have here going. >> it's that time of year again the cold weather and rain cannot get in the way of holiday obligations including family christmas card photo or staying in shape. >> i'm doing the philadelphia marathon. so i have to keep running. >> i thought it was cool because it was kind of fun bike riding but. >> after last winter today was nothing. deirdre church says bring it on. >> every year i'm like oh, my
goodness i hate the winter so i'm like i can do it this year hopefully. >> i think we're all welcoming the cold back just a little bit. at this point in center city we have a light drizzle happening. of course, listen to melissa for what will come next. reporting live in center city, annie mccormick for "action news" at 10 on phl17, walter, sarah. >> i always listen to melissa for the record. wake up with the "action news" morning team and find out the latest what to expect when you head out. david, karen, matt, tim have the latest weather and traffic and news startsing 4:30 tomorrow morning. >> isis terrorists executed another american aid worker the whitehouse confirmed 26-year-old peter kassig's beheading after militants released a video. he was delivering relief supplies in syria. his execution marks third time an american is shrine by isis. hear from his grieving parents in the next half hour of "action
news". now to "action news" exclusive. a south jersey mother and son were run down in the hit-and-run and it was all caught on camera. good news they survived. "action news" reporter kenneth moton is live in woodland, camden county where the police and you'll see this only on "action news". >> mother and child better tonight but they want the hit-and-run driver caught. this surveillance we warn you is disturbing. in the "action news" exclusive this is the moment irene king and 5-year-old son michael goreman almost lost their lives as they crossed the street. that suv plowed into the mother and son. >> the truck came and i pushed my son out of the way and i got the impact. >> what went through your mind. >> i was going to die at that time i thought i was going to die you. >> call is a miracle because king and her son survived and they're home recovering from a
number of injuries. they were on their way home from the store thursday night walking a cross maple avenue woodland avenue when that suv slammed into them and kept going. >> he needs to be caught and put behind bars. >> the camera at d & d market captured hard to watch incident. it was employee don sam that saw it up close. he called 911. >> it was mind boggling i didn't believe it happen nil saw the mother in the street screaming and yellingen the kid crying. >> before the impact she switched her son to the other side. something she's done in the past for safety reasons. >> i think that's what saved his life because she took the glount force of the truck. >> her husband took us through the scene and he's praying police find the hit-and-run driver. a man in darker plaque newer model dodge durango. >> to see the video and feel what my family is going through i feel he should be the same way he should be treated the same way. i know that's wrong.
that's harsh words. but that is how i feel. police say that hit-and-run vehicle had a pennsylvania license plate and it should have some front end damage. if you have any information, investigators want to hear from you. reporting live in woodland, south jersey tonight, ken, "action news" at 10 on phl17, walter. >> thank you, kenneth. police in philadelphia say a suspected drunk driver slammed into one of their cruisers tonight at 5:00 intersection of front and indiana in north philadelphia. investigators tell "action news" nobody was injured and the driver was arrested at the scream. >> over in rhawnhurst police are investigating a deadly freak accident. officers and medics responded to 1900 block of stanwith street this afternoon where a 64-year-old man was crushed while working on his carch the vehicle was held up with i jack when it fell over while the victim was underneath. that victim was not identified. >> comedian bill cosby may be staying silent on lingering rain
allegations but today his lawyer had something to say about. it today cosby's attorney released a statement stating the entertainer will not dig few "decade old des credited crimes claims with a response" yesterday he refused to answer questions of an action accusation during interview with npr. he was accused of sex abuse by several women over nine years and has not been charged with a crime. lincoln university will launch review of its president after he made controversial comments about campus sex assault. robert jennings apologized last week for recorded remarks from back in september when he suggested women made false rain allegations. the bored of trustees decided yesterday to conduct internal review. a state audit of lincoln university will also happen sooner than initially scheduled. >> a long-standing piece of center city sky line is gone.
it took less than an hour for crews it remove the pnb sign from the perch. it was one impressive operation. >> the rumble of low-plying helicopter shook center city as a cracker jack pilot hoisted letters from the pnb sign atop south broad. weighing 3,000 pounds a piece they're rusty and unsafe and flying them off the highrise was the only way to get them down. >> we live open the 12th floor it was wild to see the letters come across our balcony. >> it must have been wild. >> quite a wake up call. >> we came up from the train station didn't know what was going on. and the helicopter was right kind of rights above us and that was kind of cool we saw them pull down the big signs and now we see the two guys up there working. >> my heart was beating really fast. >> because the helicopter was so fast. >> yeah.
>> pnb stands for philadelphia national back it's been there since 1950s and con instant the sky line. some are sad to see it go. >> it's part of sky line and childhood you know you drive into center city and see city hall and pnb letters. now they're not there anymore. >> things went smoothly and quickly unlike attempt in august. this time letters were unbolted from the frame and strapped before moved and then put on flatbed trucks. >> once the letters were back on the ground the work was not over. welders had to be dmawld to cut off and shiroff all the pieces that were hanging off the side of the truck. it's a public safety issue for when they're out on the road. >> it's perfect. everything came down less than 6 minutes a shot and just like we planned. and now we're taking down three more pieces off. >> some of the iconic letters will be preserved and building owner wants a letter b for lobby when done and wells fargo which maintained the sign is putting a set in storage. i'm nora muchanic for "action
news" at 10 on phl17. >> coming up on "action news" at 10. dramatic new video shows moments after the plane was shot down from the sky in ukraine. >> and another cruise ship returns to port with dozens of ill passengers hours later the ship is prescribed to depart again. >> and the birds suffer a beat down on the frozen tundra. highlights, packer highlights. and today's disappointing highlights, packer highlights. and today's disappointing performance in
>> new footage shows aftermath of nh 17 in eastern ukraine that was shot down back in july. and you can hear the villageers asking about the whereabouts of the pilot. several ukranian military planes were shot down by this time. the pilots and crew were ago regularly taken prison by rebel forces. recovery crews finally started to collect debris from rebel controlled crash sglit at g-20 sum knit australia president obama blasted russia's snroxt ukraine but target was already gone. russian president vladimir putin left early because he needed to get back to work in moscow. after his departure obama said the west has no intention to stop putting pressure on putin. >> the isolation that russia is currently experiencing will
continue. >> but the president could face his own isolation. congressional republicans vowed a fight among immigration and keystone exel pipeline. >> travelers to the west from mali will face the same screening and monitoring as other countries. several died from ebola and that's increasing concern the virus is spreading. dr. salia remains critical condition in nebraska where they state effort to save his life is dealt with annie mccormick hour by hour basis. he arrived in nebraska yesterday from sierra leone where he worked. i team from centers for disease control will inexpect a crown princes cruiseship after it sales tonight. 17 people came down with nor row virus from ta heaty to loss ankle less. the ship got a deep cleaning after they returned from the month long trip. back in april 129 people on same ship came down with know owe virus during a 7-day cruise.
>> we're dealing with icy trint. parts of the midwest are digging out from november snow. check out the steady flakes north of wichita, kansas. this is the first snowfall for this part of the state. amarillo, texas, streets were empty after snow and this driver probably should have stayed off the road in oklahoma city. several cars landed in the embankment as the snows made major roads slippery. >> never want to see that. >> no. >> let's head to meteorologist melissa magee with the accu weather forecast. chilly rain here. >> chilly now with temperatures in the 40s. some spots in upper 30s 679as we get milder air this creeps in overnight and into monday. temperatures climb for the start of the workweek. rain unfortunately is stick around. the high today in philadelphia climbed up to 4 degrees. making it fourth straight day with temperatures in the 40s. once again we were twelve degrees shy of average. we were below average normal this time of year is 56.
as you look at the temperatures outside tonight most locations are in the 40s. the exception some areas north and west of town. reading, 9 degrees. lancaster in upper 30s. allentown and lovl 40. earlier tonight we get reports of some mixed precipitation ina long the 95 corridor before you found a quick changeover to rain. and as the moisture cop continues to work the way southwest to northeast direction in our area, it looks like these temperatures will start to moderate for the start of the workweek. it's 42 in philadelphia. above freezing in trenton. dealing with chilly rain there. 38. along the coast in sea isle city 46, dover 43 and wilmington lower 40s. here's satellite 6 and action radar showers around now. this will lift off to the norm and east. there's more moisture off to the south and west. in fact we're tracking a piece of that same storm system that triggered snow down across the loan star state in texas.
we're not tapping into the snowfall. we'll track moisture to move in overnight tonight and that matter into start of workweek monday. only issue where you will have concern is when we do have a winter weather advisory in effect. the advisory is for carbon and monroe counties goes into effect tonight fly 9 a.m. this spot will find snow and sleet at onset and quickly changes to rain as we get milder air surming north ward. here's call from accuweather for the morning rush. give yourself extra time. rain around. 6 a.m., and 41, 7:30 in the morning and 41, 8 a.m. lots of clouds and soaking rain at times for your monday. high temperature in philadelphia region 57 degrees. upper 40s north and west of town. coming up we'll time out the moisture on the way. let you know when it move in and when it moves out and bitter blast that follows. i'll have all those details with the accuweather forecast, sarah. >> lots to talk about. thank you, melissa.
open rolement under president obama healthcare law seems better second time around. officials say this weekend 100,000 people submitted new applications via healthcare.gov. that's a big difference from last year when a few americans could navigate the bug-plagued web site. obama administration hopes to have 9.1 politicalon people enrolled in insurance plan by the end of 2015. >> in kerry hill some women put on sunday best today for a good cause. organization called daughters of penel pi hosted fifth annual nut cracker party to raise funds for prerisk ataxia degenerative disease of nervous system affecting 1 in 50,000 americans. the proceeds go to reer is foch find a cure. >> a little girl diagnosed with leukemia received a helping hand. a brunch to benefit the family of 2-year-old olivia player. a local restaurant donated food
for the event and they hope to raise 5,000 this month to help the family cover costs of mounting medical bills. >> checking in with jeff after the break. find out what went so wrong for the birds today in wisconsin. >> a heart wrenching a story. a little girl found with a >> a heart wrenching a story. a little girl found with a stolen gun revealed through the work of its scholars and graduates. it has inspired strength and purpose. an enduring symbol of passion and excellence that is not static, but moves among us.
>> for three days young minority men and women teamed up with professional software developer and innovateers to create new technology. time for a check on sports. live to jeff skversky in the "action news" sports center. hey, jeff. >> hey, guys, we knew t. they knew. it everyone knew the eagles were in for a tough day today in green bay. nobody knew it would be this bad. eagles blown out by packers, ugly as it gets. major lambeau let down for today. aaron rodgers beats up the birds. eagles give up 31 half points most ever by chip kelly coached
eagles team. >> turnovers, sanchez had a nandipati all of them. eagles lose and it's the worst loss under kelly and 53 points the most by eagles team since 1972. >> none of us played up to what we needed to play to play against this team they were playing well and we didn't play well. >> we got out executed offense, defense, special teams, coaches, that was coach's message after the game we were all in on this and we'll find out what kind of team we have who we are. >> sanchez saying all the right things afterwards. we're not going to point fingers and we're not going to quit. more on the eagles coming up in the next half hour. plus a report from green bay where ducis rogers is tonight with the team and birds well they're falling back into a first place tie with dallas cowboys at 7 and 3 that and more coming up in the next half hour. back to you guys in the studio. >> thank you, jeff.
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>> if you're just joining us at 10:30 here will are the stories we're covering for you. >> a south jersey mother and her son were run down by an suv while crossing maple avenue in woodland. the driver took off. police in camden county want to hear from you if you have tips. >> new tonight, police were on the scene in a deadly motorcycle crash in delaware county a short time ago. a biker collided with a car in nether providence that happened here on the units block of providence road. the driver stayed at the scene and motorcyclist has not been identified. >> and you will no longer see pnb letters on the sky line. the iconic sky line was removed. today, it took less than an hour to take down the 60-year-old
letters. >> but we begin with full accuweather forecast with meteorologist melissa magee. >> walter, sarah, we have light rain moving in right now. it will continue throughout the day on monday. so tomorrow is one of those days you need wet weather gear with you because that moisture is stick around. we'll talk about it in a moment and show you the picture outside sky6 live in hd giving you a shot of the center city sky line. lots of clouds around. rain. in fact moisture across areas in philadelphia and that 95 corridor in areas north and west. this will continue overnight over spreading much of the region. big changes on the way as we get into the start of our workweek. and as we take a look at the accuweather live lineup we pop out double scan radar you can see we have the moisture for the most part along the 95 core for and areas north and west. this is initial batch of moisture and more moisture across areas in the southern planes works its way norm and east as we get to monday. norm and west of down you can see a concern in tapersville
right now just one degree above the freezing mark and at 33 degrees slatington 35. for carbon an monroe up to the poconos a winter weather advisory stays up until 9 a.m. on monday because this location could find some areas of snow and sleet before you get that changeover to rain. down in st. david's 36. center sit yat this hour 40. and 40 in chester. down across new jersey, browns mills, chilly 38 degrees. ewing 3. hockessin 37, sea isle city coming in at 45. so the chill is overhead rights now. as you can continue to get the moisture southwest to northeast direction you get milder flow of area and numbers start to he are bound as we get to monday. satellite 6 and action radar lots of clouds around. initial batch of rain moves on through. this lifts off north and east. there is more activity south and west. you top into moisture source and you have the moisture coming in from the gulf coast states and
atlantic. and if you're a snow lover unfortunately this will not be the storm for you it cuts up to the west to allow milder air to smil into much of the delaware and lehigh valleys. we'll time things out future tracker 6 during the overnight hours stayedest of that precipitation will arrive. 5:30 in the morning because of commute tomorrow morning give yourself extra time because we have wet weather to contend with. bit of lull as we get to early morning hours before the rain picks up. some of which could be heavy at times as we get to monday afternoon and unfortunately this is stick around even for the evening commute. we'll break this down and let you know what to expect into monday. three-quarters of an inch to inch of rainfall and mixed terrain over to the poconos and bitter cold that follows as we get into tuesday. you can see future chill numbers showing you as we get to tuesday wind chills feeling like we are only in the teens. get ready for the rain tomorrow.
followed by a bitter blast of air for tuesday. the accuweather forecast showing rain some of which is heavy at times tomorrow. high of 57. wind chills in the teens on tuesday even though the actual air temperature 34 will stay in the 30s wednesday. not as harsh as we get into thursday and friday, guys, but bit of a roller coaster ride when it comes to temperatures here. >> not a nice start tomorrow. >> not at all. >> thank you, melissa. >> more to the disturbing development overseas word isis executed another american the whitehouse confirmed peter kassig's death. he's the third person to be killed by the terrorist group. flooria riveria reports. >> peter kassig a 26-year-old aid work frer indiana and kassig army ranger who served in iraq he served victims of serious civil war. >> in a hospital i was able to share a little hope and comfort
for people. >> since cap toor a year ago kassig converted to islam and changed his name. isis had shop their captive in previous video threatening to kill him in retaliation for military action in iraq and syria. they publicly pleaded with the captors to spare the son a fellow muslim. >> we employ those holding you to show mercy and use their power to let you go. >> yet in their new video isis shows his reported executioner said to be in syrian city of debik with kassig's severed head. we are burying the first wait are for your am dwroy arrive. >> they want their son to be remembered for the love he shared with friends and family. in a let to parents smuggled out by fellow prisoner peter kassig told them if i die i figure you and i can seek refer uj and
comfort knowing i went out as a result of trying to alleviate suffering and helping those in need. gloria rivera for "action news" at 10 on phl17. >> investigators in new york newark. new jersey said a 12-year-old boy incidentally shot his signature were a stolen gun. the 9-year-old victim remains hospitalized in critical and stable condition. she was shot in the chest while her brother was playing with a handgun inside their home. meantime the children's mother was arrested. 33-year-old katrice faces weapons charges the gun was reported stolen in alabama. >> a man was killed in new york after pushed in front of a subway train in the bronx. it happened this morning. investigators are looking into the case. the 61-year-old victim was with his wife when another person shoved him to the path of oncoming train. the conductor tried to stop and he couldn't. >> it as was a commotion.
>> the kun dock tore told me it was a tragedy. two people were fighting. downstairs. and one person pushed the person off the train tracks. >> now the victim's wife was not injured. witnesses say the suspect ran out of the station and boarded a city bus after the attack. that person responsible remains on the loose. a survivor of holocaust told his incredible story to a group weather gaermed in north east philadelphia today. >> you're no longer allowed to be in business of any kind. >> 83-year-old charles middleburg shared his story at eagle point community. he was 9-year-old in paris when nazis innovated and his parents were sent to concentration camp where his mother died. middleburg and his brother survived by leaving and pretending to be catholic when they returned. after the war he was reunited with his father and moved to the united states. >> in quakertown a community turned out to surprise a local
member of the u.s. community. he was presentsed with items designed to recognize his service to our currently. his family was there hosting an annual food drive. meantime mike's two sons are in public service of the west end fire company. still to come at 10 disturbing evidence found on shipping truck in thailand and what a man said he bought at a flea market and tried to send to united states. >> when you see them pop it's time to eat. or so you think. consumer reports takes a look at those plastic turkey thermometers and how you can make sure your turkey is cooked thermometers and how you can make sure your turkey is cooked open thanksgivi
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>> 'teenager in arizona is hospitalized after a freak accident at a carnival. investigators say the 1 4-year-old fell out a ferris wheel he plummeted 30 feet to the ground. officials say he was conscious and rushed to the hospital. and they consider his injuries non-life-threatening. investigators are still looking into what caused the teen age to fall. >> a team of federal officials is headed to texas to look into a chemical plant leak that killed four people yesterday. 7 investigators are headed to dupont plant. a valve failed exposing five workers to a chemical called
methel mercaptain it's used to manufacturer insect side. they're cooperating with local, state and federal officials. >> a disstawshing story here police thailand were able toy interest cement a truly disturbing package containing body parts were confiscated. an american tourist was trying to ship them home. infant skull, organs and peas of skip were detected when workers scanned the packages. he told officials he bought the remains at a flea market for 100 bucks. athis foypt does not appear that man involved broke any local laws. for now no charges were filed. body parts have since been turned over to forensic investigators. >> still ahead tonight what the birds have to say after today's big floss wisconsin. >> speaking of birds pop up thermometers take hassle ut out of cooking the thanksgiving turkey.
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putting together your thanksgiving meal. consumer reports tested the popup timers and nydia han has the results. >> looking to prepare the perfect bird this thanksgiving? you might be thinking about relying on one of the popup timers to gauge when turkey is ready. expert at consumer reports say you have to be careful. >> turkey needs to be cooked to 165 degrees fahrenheit in order to be safe. under cooked turkey could make you and thanksgivinging guests sick. >> you can trust those pop yum timers? testers stuffed turkey after turkey with pop yum timers some that came with meat and others purchased separately and used calibrated thermometers. the birds were put in the oven and roasted until the timers popped up. most did not until the temperatures rose above 165 degrees. >> when your turkey cooks too long and gets above 165 you need an awful lot of gravy because
the turkey will be dry. >> worse than that a few times the timers popped before the meat reached safe cooking temperature meaning all bacteria may not be killed. >> best way to ensure meat is cooked is to use a conventional meat thermometer. >> therm owe works pocket digital no frills snapt thermometer easy toy read and accurate for $20. >> consumer reports recommends taking multiple temperature readings at various points to make thurs is cooked. i'm nydia han. phl17. >> you could see an auction in washington state blaze the trail today. >> 3 bucks on the ground. >> for the first time ever people legally bid on marijuana at auction. firewood fires put 300 pounds up for sale more than 20 different strains went for 3 60,000 it did
not benefit just the sellers the farm sold 11 pounds of specific marijuana hybrid that helps children with epilepsy without getting them high. >> not a lot of that in the marketplace today. so the little bit do i have 11 pounds i'm donating entire sales price to those school district. >> that donation brought in 14,000 for the school. >> big loss for the eagles in green bay this afternoon. guess we have to talk about. it but it's ugly. >> that's what my job says. a lot talked about it. angry, upset, what was that? eagles embarassing. chip kelly suffers first loss ahead cope of eagles and eagles give up most since 32 years. and birds out of the gate second play of the game. 64 yards to jordy nelson. and packers take 10-0 lead.
rogers still has nfl record. green bay scoring on special teams too later in the first. mike ahide 75 yard punt return eagles down 17-0 and big shot to turn it around. mark sanchez watch out sacked by clay matthews. packers three sacks in first three drives eagles denied in red zone. eagles down 24 at the half. if you think that was bad. second half a disaster. they turn it over 4 times. sanchez charged with all of them. eagles have most turnover if in football and sewellious peppers 52 yard return and gets ugly jason kelce hi snap. casey hey ward scoops it up and walks it in. eagles blown out 53-20 wovt loss in chip kelly era. ducis rogers has more from green
bay. >> offense, defense and special teams. it's not often that the eagles get beat in all three phases of the game. that's what happened here against the packers. aft game the eagles acknowledged how poorly they played and vowed to fix it. >> we didn't play our best ball. so we have to move on from it and try to get better and make sure we don't make the same mistakes next week. >> it's embarassing when you lose by that much. you're angry. looking back at the mistakes you made especially with me with snaps in particular. >> i don't think they are the type of team that will get down and get mopey because of this. take this is a learning experience and pull closer together and move forward. >> i'm proud nobody was quitting or pointing fingers at each other. we're a family and things are not ever perfect in a family. so, it was not our night. that's just the way it goes. >> tell them we have to stick together. win, lose, rain, shine, we stick together as a group and come
back sunday. >> last year they got dumped 52-20 by denver and went ton win the next 7. remember that. ducis rogers, phl17. >> after that eagles' defensive players want another shot of the packers in the playoffs. they have to pick up and move on. tennessee at up next at home sunday. tie nfc east with dallas cowboys they play twice over next month including thanksgiving hey a reason not to worry. 81% of teams that started 7-3 have made the playoffs. if you think sanchez had a bad game did you see what eli manning did today. giants pose fans may want to cover their eyes. eli manning giant mistake after another. manning picked off five times. giants lost five straight.
eagles sunday night game loss at the link last positive. >> eagles losses they're the best team in the nfl. two touchdowns on detroit and arizona wins 14-6 they're-1 and best record in football. >> nascar crowning new champion tonight. final race of the sprint cup season in miami. denny hamlin. kevin havby. joey lagano. fine ol four in contention. first ever title for har vehicle. he had a win last week to advance to today and there he is celebrating tonight in miami. it's a super feeling and bad feeling for the football team tonight. >> actor john franco takes cues from the stands and beyonce baby sister is off the market. more in hollywood minute. >> words james franco regrets.
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[lively music] ♪ >> hi, welcome to los angeles, california. welcome to celebrity name game. i'm your host, tv's craig ferguson. today these two teams of lively goats will battle each other for a huge cash prize in a game that's all about famous names, and as if that weren't enough, we are going to be joined in this studio by two two real-life celebrities right here. oh, i'm so excited. our teams today are jenelle and stephanie and traci and adam. ladies, if you will forgive me, you two, step it up. let's go. >> whoo! >> hey, kids. >> how we doing? >> tell me all about yourselves. >> well, we're engaged. >> congratulations. >> thank you. we met four years ago. >> mm-hmm. >> our first date was 14 hours.