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. good morning, america. new this morning, dramatic rescue. the young woman violently kid p kidnapped off the philadelphia street found alive. a suspected serial predator behind bars. >> she has been rescued and her abductor arrested. >> the three-day manhunt ending in a parking lot in another state, why police are crediting the public for helping save her. and a outbreak about to cause a deep freeze right here. temperatures plummeting as much as 30 degrees to the east coast. tracking it all. hollywood heist. the 60-year-old bank robber now believed to have been a master of disguise. who was that masked man?
how the fbi cracked the captioner readyawards. from ariana to meghan trainor, look who's getting together. but it was brad and carrie who really stole the show. >> what's up? good morning, america. and good morning, america. boy, what a night for country music. got to love those two acts. >> absolutely. and there were so many of them. the one that struck with me, when loretta lynn stepped out on that stage with kacey musgraves. that was a special mome got it. i'm here. saying that they'll always save her a seat in nashville. she's more in a new york state
of mind these days. always a seat for miss taylor swi swift. carlesha freeland-gaither is free three days after being abducted. mara schiavocampo has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. carlesha was released from maryland hospital overnight and police brought her here to a relative's home. her alleged kidnapper is in ch abduction, the moment of relief. >> carlesha freeland has been rescued. her abductor has been arrested. >> reporter: 22-year-old nurse's assistant carlesha freeland-gaither rescued in maryland wednesday night, three days after being violently kidnapped off a philadelphia street. one of the first things she did was call her mother who spoke to
us. what did you say to her? >> i love you. i love you. are you okay? i love you. she was like, come get me. >> reporter: now 37-year-old delvin barnes is in custody, arrested after police>> reporte. got it. haven't left. charges, including attempted capital murder and abduction of another female allegedly snatched off the street in virginia last month. barnes, seen in this video fro ductsed as well. police identified him largely with the help of surveillance video. just hours after the abduction, caught allegedly using her atm card as a maryland bank. minutes later, buying a drink as a convenience store. and a receipt, leading them to
this video hours before the kidnapping. and police in virginia looking for barnes recognized the car and contacted the dealership where he bought it and were able to track it down using the gps. >> we got a very dangerous predator off the streets. >> reporter: carlesha, now reunited with her family, no physical injuries, but she's shaken up. >> a lot of support. she's going to be fine. >> reporter: now celebrating her freedom and her family. police say there is no evidence carlesha knew her alleged kidnapper. experts say stranger abductions are rare. but that appears to be exactly what happened in this race. robin. >> all right, thank you very much. and joining us now from philadelphia, the city's police kmishs, charles ramsey. it's good to speak with you today under these circumstances. can you tell us the latest
condition of carlesha. how she's doing this morning. >> she's back home. we brought her family down to howard county hospital last night to reunite with her. she was released from the hospital. we brought her back to philadelphia and she's resting at home right now. we'll complete interviews with her a little later on. but give her time to settle down. >> commissioner, what details can you share with us about how she was rescued? >> well, first of all, this was a case that really had us very, very concerned. it's very rare -- in fact in my 46 years i have never seen a kidnapping on video. so it really added to the sense of urgency we had to find her as quickly as we could. we had a lot of different leads we followed up on. but what really broke the case is when we were able to put video out through the media. they maintained a surveillance, he exited the car and they took him down at that point in time.
didn't want a hostage situation. so they used good judgment in deciding when to take him. and they waited until he exited the car. at the time we didn't know her condition or anything else. but we didn't to want put her in jeopardy. >> as you alluded to, commissioner, so many law enforcement agencies working together. the public, the video, all that have coming together. and your department in philadelphia, you've had good results in using social media and getting as fast as we get it. we've had a very, very good success rate. and it really helped us out this case and probably saved this woman's life. had she remained with him, i don't know the outcome. >> we shuddered to think what could have happened in the video we were referring to. and she was fighting. and she kicked out the window of the car that she was abducted in. what does that tell you about
her fighting spirit? >> my understanding is, even after she was in the car and bound, she bound, she continued to fight and struggle with this guy. so she's got a lot of fight in her, and probably helped keep her alive. >> it was a joint effort all the way around. it's good to see you under these happy circumstances, commissioner ramsey, thank you. >> thank you very much. and good to know she's home with her family right now. >> the point, everyone coming together. and politics, and fallout from the historic republican sweet. president obama took his medicine wednesday, but stood his ground too. he will work with the gop when he can, and alone when he must. and also got a date with the senate's new leader. >> reporter: the president once famously had a beer summit at the white house. now that republicans have taken over the senate, he's talking about a summit with a more potent drink. the president said he got the
message. >> good afternoon, everybody. >> reporter: and he's ready to spend more time with the republican who will soon be leading the senate. long-timed a ver say, mitch mcconnell. you joked about at white house correspondent's dinner. >> you know, i was enjoy having some kentucky bourbon with mitch mcconnell. >> reporter: but just last year, president obama ridiculed the idea of having a drink with mcconnell. >> why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell, they ask. really? why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell? >> reporter: on social media, it's been branded the bourbon summit. with distillers and bourbon makers offering to host the party. drinks, maybe, but the president signalled he's not changing course. suggesting democrats lost control of the senate primarily because so many people didn't bother to vote. >> to the two-thirds of vote chores chose not to participate in the process yesterday, i hear
you too. >> reporter: he plans to move ahead with a controversial executive order on immigration in defiance of the newly-minted republican majority. >> i think the president choosing to do a lot of things unilaterally on immigration is a big mistake. it's like waving a red flag in front of a bull. >> reporter: while there's no time set, leaders in both parties are here tomorrow for a working lunch. >> see if they can work it out. and now to the arctic blast, the a massive storm in the pacific bringing cold temperatures here. ginger tracking it all and you brought the rain back with you from nashville. >> i did. now looking at japan, the typho typhoon, that's shot, fast, towards alaska. what it means to my friends on the bering sea, it's waves of 50 feet and a really strong storm. what it means for us here, watch
this. the ridge of the jet stream will build very high. it enhances it a little bit. and digs even farther south. parts of the gulf in the arctic temperatures. what? yeah. by next week, we thought we would give you a sneak peek next wednesday, what it will feel like, 5 in minneapolis, 6 below in rapid city. that cold. that's coming. don't say i didn't tell you. >> duly warned, right? good to have you back from nashville. amy has the other top stories. good morning. a major expansion of u.s. air strikes in syria overnight. coalition air strikes targeted a conservative group not linked to isis. it's expected to fuel more anger among the syrian people. and the first air strikes since september against the corazon group of al qaeda. they were said to be in the final stages of planning an
attack against u.s. and western targets. israel is accusing palestinian leaders of fueling the recent signs outside the holiest site. they launched stun grenades to disperse protesters wednesday. and recalling the ambassador. hamas is praising the attack. a van plowing through crowds of people in jerusalem, killing a police officer. ray rice will tell his side of the story today, appealing the suspension from football since the video of him attacking his then-fiance was made public. ryan smith is following the story. >> reporter: he's arguing double jeopardy. they can't suspend him twice for the same incident. he walked in hand in hand with his wife. he's saying to increase the suspension from two games to an indefinite ban after the video of him beating her.
goodell was testifying for over two hours wednesday. his answers haven't been revealed. rice said he told them up front in july well before the video was released. but the commissioner denied that. now a decision could come in the next several days. he was cut by the baltimore ravens. if he is reinstated, he would be a man without a team. >> thank you so much. a frantic scene in houston as an suv crashed through this restaurant, sending people running fir their lives. the driver said she was trying to park but hit the gas pedal instead of the brake. nine people were injured, none serious. and new video of a man lost at sea for two days clinging to a foam cooler in the middle of the pacific oes. he had gone fishing with a friend, but the boat capsized. they found that man floating off colombia. he is dehydrated but expected to
recover. incredible. and finally, a sheep farmer in england came up with a genius idea. instead of relying on dogs to herd the sheet, why not make this. a car that looks like a ginormous dog. the farmer spent thousands of dollars, covered the car in fur to look like the sheep dog and it works. the sheep don't notice, and they let a giant dog herd them around the farm. and strahan, this next bit is for you. we heard your favorite movie of all time, "dumb and dumber," reminds us of this vehicle driven by jeff daniels and the gang. >> i thought it came straight from the movie. >> right into it. >> yeah. >> also, ginger's favorite too. >> so you're saying i got a chance? love it. >> can't wait for the new one. thanks, amy. turn now to a holiday travel
alert. three weeks before thanksgiving. flying could be worse than ever, more people, less space on planes, major headaches. david kerley has the story. >> reporter: get ready to join millions of others winging it home for the holidays. the airlines association expects 24.5 million of us to fly. a 1.5% increase over last year. expect trouble too. the folks at fair compare crunched the numbers and found that in the past five years, there's a 15 to 25% chance that if you travel wednesday and return sunday, there will be a weather delay. that's as high as one in four del delayed. >> flying this thanksgiving is a slow slog. there's a weather event somewhere. it's an all-day experience. >> reporter: and on the plane, they're adding more seats. but get ready for a lack of elbow room. >> there will be no empty middle
seat. we haven't seen one for a couple years since airlines started to recover. >> reporter: for the airlines, as we saw last year -- so the pressure is kind of on. >> the pressure is on. >> reporter: they'll be busy for the 12 days around thanksgiving. but it is that sunday after thanksgiving that's the busiest day of the year. is this kind of like the super bowl for you guys? >> it is the super bowl. >> reporter: now i'm just the bearer of bad news this morning. if you're flying this year, you're going to pay 2% more. if you don't have a ticket, fly on thanksgiving, don't come back on sunday, you might get a deal. >> good advice. >> or just stay home. and watch shows like this. let's talk about it. country's biggest night, everybody. and what a might it was. pop and country mashing it up at the cmas. so many big names joining forces on stage. ♪ born in the usa the night may have been all
about country, but first it was -- ♪ i'm all about that bass ♪ no trouble ♪ i'm all about that bass country superstar miranda lambert teaming up with pop princess meghan trainor. helping to start off the 2014 cma awards with a -- ♪ bang, bang into the room ariana grande and little big town joining forces in another epic country pop mashup. the biggest names in nashville lighting up want stage all night long. ♪ i'm driving home those honky tonk hunks, keith, luke, blake. ♪ and the boys of florida georgia line. not to mention country's leading ladies. ♪ give it all that i have ♪ if your eyes are on me
♪ you're looking at country host brad paisley and carrie underwood, nearly a dozen costume changes, teaming up for the seventh year and not afraid to go there. singing about everything from that nurse with ebola. ♪ quarantine ♪ quarantine ♪ what part of stay inside don't you understand ♪ to taylor swift who wasn't at the awards. ♪ new york's gain is nashville's loss ♪ ♪ but country music's just gonna have to shake it off ♪ >> luke brian. >> reporter: luke brian picked up the night's big prize, entertainer of the year. his first-ever cma award. >> we're going to have a good time tonight. woohoo! >> reporter: and blake shelton nabbed male vocalist of the year. but it was his lovely wife who really cleaned up. miranda lambert taking home
three awards. solidifying her place as the new queen of country. love the hair too. looking good. >> looking great. >> brad and carrie were so funny. it's the sixth year they have been the co-hosts, and the timing is something. and luke, entertainer of the year? >> and i got to see the sound check of ariana teaching little big town her moves. that was cool. >> were you teaching ariana with halloween? >> no, i will not, miss grande. >> and you had a good time, despite the weather here now with us. >> it is here now. it's connected. when it's going to leave. try to figure that out. you have a wet day along the east coast. certainly this morning in new york city. it's a little more scattered through the afternoon. but right mibehind it, quite a t cooler. winter storm warnings for maine. and in texas, more rain this morning.
>> and so stoil come on "gma," shocking murder for hire plot. the rock and roll hall of famer charged with trying to hire a hitman. and a real life master in disguise caught. how a man wanted for a string of heists fooled the fbi. and testing the limits, man versus anaconda. how was jimmy kimmel in two places at once last night? the secret behind virtual jimmy. >> that was something else. our man tim tebow was on the red carpet and behind the scenes for country's biggest night.
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him so a slow go i-95 southbound jammed in that area. this is the 30 bypass, eastbound traffic at 40, look how slowly everybody is moving. you're jammed solid where we had an accident that was blocking the right lane. the accident cleared, but you can see the backlog of the traffic. you're moving at ten miles per hour. we have an accident here as well. route 30 lincoln lei near route 10. >> let's go live and look out across center city you can see the gray cloudy skies raining out there. let's go to david murphy with the latest in accuweather. >> reporter: a steady rain is falling on the terrace. it's chilly with temperatures in the 40s. there's a break in the action out to the west of us and
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♪ i've seen no place florida georgia line on jimmy kimmel last night. they won duo of the year at the cmas and performed in hollywood thanks to cutting edge technology. and check this out, jimmy kimmel in two places at the same time. never done his show that way. we're going to tell you how. we have a lot more behind the scenes at the cmas coming up. >> remember when they had the michael jackson hologram like that? it was similar. very good, especially with kim el. and the hollywood heist, a man wanted for a string of bank robberies. how the fbi cracked the case and you know masked the criminal. and the wild new reality testing the limits. this scares me to death.
eaten alive. why a man is suiting up to be swallowed by a giant anaconda. >> that's just silly. >> such a great idea. >> we'll see what you say in a little bit there, lara. but begin this half hour with the bombshell accusation against a rock and roll hall of famer, a member of the iconic band, ac/dc, accused of hiring a hitman to kill two people. gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: good morning. breaking overnights, raiding phil rudd's home, and arrested him. he's had security guards watching over his house for a month. now the accusation he's behind a murder plot. ♪ dirty deeds done dirt cheap this morning ac/dc drummer phil rudd is accused of putting hits on two men, his own dirty deeds.
♪ the 60-year-old rock legend, seen here leaving a new zealand courthouse wednesday after being charged with attempting to procure the two murders. a charge punishable by up to ten years in prison. and threatening to kill and possession of illegal narcotics. raiding his water-front estate searching for evidence and any correspondence with potential hit men. ♪ back in black the shocking charges coming just weeks before the iconic band's release of "rock or bust." rudd not in the promotional cover or the filming of two recent videos. ♪ party time this isn't rudd's first run in with the law. in 2010 he was arrested on possession of drugs. those charges were later dropped. he left the band in 1983, moving to new zealand, rejoined 11
years later and inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2003. he was released on bail without entering a plea. he'll be back in court on november 27th. ♪ i'm on the highway to hell and abc news reached out to the lawyers and ac/dc's representatives. we have not heard back. we do not know the hitmen or the victims. and the details in the pittsburgh murder trial. the doctor on trial for killing his wife, also a doctor. accused of lacing her drink with cyanide after telling her it was a fertility treatment. tom llamas has the story. >> reporter: this morning, the pennsylvania scientist hoping that his decision to take the stand will convince the jury he's no killer. dr. robert ferrante said he loved his wife. she even gave him a peck on the cheek before collapsing in the
kitchen. >> he appeared very calm and certainly prepared. the jury was leaning forward. they were listening. >> reporter: prosecutors claim ferrante, a former researcher at harvard medical school, mixed up a deadly cocktail for his neurologist wife, dr. autumn klein, convincing her it would help her get pregnant. the alleged poison, cyanide. >> sweetie, raise your arms above your head. please, please, please. >> reporter: he ordered the toxic chemical two days before his wife died. but said it was for a stem cell project he was working on. the expert for the defense told jurors her death is a medical mystery. >> two extremely widely divergent toxicology reports. and one is within normal range. you don't have the foundation to say that doctor klein died from cyanide poisoning. >> reporter: ferrante, who's
pleaded not guilty, testified that just before his wife's death in april of 2013, they had rejuvenated their relationship. but before that, they had marital problems over what he describes as flirtatious e-mails she sent to a colleague. ferrante, charged with criminal homicide, could face life in prison if convict. for "good morning america," tom llam llamas, abc news, new york. >> thanks to tom. now to michael. now to the bank robber who almost got away with it. he wore a mask, it was so realistic it fooled the police until the man who made the mask recognized his work. this bank robber caught in the act. a 60-something white man. that's 35-year-old dion jordan, the fbi's prime suspect who fooled the feds with the elaborate mask. >> it was our mask.
>> reporter: ian is the master mask maker behind the different disguises. when the fbi sent out this alert following a string of bank robberies this summer, he recogni recognized the false face immediately. a custom version of this $1500 mask, the neighbor. he knew who he sold it to and called police. >> we sent all e-mail communication between me and mr. jordan to the fbi. that guy actually received that exact mask at his home address under his own name. >> reporter: with his help, the cops tracked him down with questions. he is yet to be charged in the bank robberies, he's in jail for other charges and confessed to murder since his arrest. >> if convicted, he will be going away for a long time. >> reporter: a tough reality he may have to face. >> it's the first time for us that something like that happened. i sincerely hope it will be the
last. >> well, you know, the maker of the mask said he knew people could use them for bad purposes. but this is the first time. they have made thousands of mask. most for high end halloween costumes and things like that. what an incredible way to try to pull off a bank robbery. >> good for him for contacting authorities. >> i know that work. >> yes. that's it. and check in with the weather. >> i may need a mask next week. this is coming. >> it's not your fault. >> tell coast
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and we're back now at 7:42 with the shocking new reality show that has people asking if television may have finally gone too far. this is a show called "eaten alive." and we believe that says it all. abc's reena ninan has our story. >> reporter: ah, remember the good old days when reality tv was all about learning survival skills? >> the tribe has spoken. >> reporter: meeting the love of your life. >> will you please kiss your
bride? >> reporter: or learning how to cope when people stopped being polite and started being real? >> are you going to hit me? >> reporter: times are achanging. >> i'm paul. i'm going to be eaten alive by an that con da. i don't expect anyone to believe us until we show it. >> reporter: yes, you heard that correctly. the discovery channel is promising to go where american television has never gone before with the premier of "eaten alive." it's promising that paul will be eaten alive by a giant snake. after covering himself in pig's blood while wearing a custom-built suit. >> it's going to be a challenge. >> now viewers are gravitating towards scripted shows, they have come up with something that's going to generate a lot of buzz. >> reporter: discovery is leading the way with "maked and
afraid" and "tethered." mtv joining in with "sledneck," a wintery hit like "buck wild." canceled after one season when one of the stars was killed mudding. it has been filmed, and he's believed to have survived along with his snake. reena ninan, abc news, new york. ngts believed to have survived? >> that's good news. >> but how do you get out? >> oh, no. i don't want to no. >> turn to scripted. couldn't you have scripted that and done a fictional shoot? >> i'm with you, amy. >> is every episode a didn't anaconda? >> i don't know. i'm going to jump out there, see the anaconda, i'm going to swallow him. >> good luck, anaconda. >> a little smaller target.
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♪ now to jimmy kimmel celebrating country music's biggest night with the help of some cutting edge technology. using a hologram to be in both nashville and l.a. at the same time. and t.j. holmes has more in the social square. good morning. >> this one is for you. people say they like to be two places at once. in your case, two, three, four, five, can't keep up with the shows. he pulled this off last night, and could set the stage for beam me up. >> tonight, making television history, this hasn't been done before. >> reporter: jimmy kimmel with the ultimate double feature overnight. >> here i am. >> reporter: you're not seeing things. hosting his show from skplachlt beamed to the show in nashville as a hologram 2,000 miles away
in real time. >> i'm either a hologram or i died and i'm haunting the theater. >> reporter: he wasn't the only one. country music star kacey musgraves was digitally transported cross-country to be interviewed on his show. >> yay! >> reporter: along with cma-award winning vocal duo, florida georgia line. appearing live as holograms from nashville. >> you're speaking to a hologram right here. i'm not here. i'm in hawaii. >> reporter: talking to us about the cross-continental experience last night. >> it was very cool. >> reporter: and joins the ranks of the hologramed celebs. >> michael jackson, elvis, tupac and me. am i dead? tell me if i'm dead. if ryan seacrest finds about this, he's going to host every
show. this could be dangerous. >> reporter: this technology has been around a bit. we have talked about it a bit before. it was such a high-profile success, it could be beamed to kelly to the nfl studio. >> never leave your bed. >> thank you, t.j. >> yeah, that would be awesome, t.j. we're going to work on that. coming up, deals and steals, some of oprah's favorite things. stay right there. ♪
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>> good morning i'm tamala edwards, 7:56 on this rainy thursday, november 6. let's go to karen rogers this time she is taking a look at the schuylkill expressway. >> reporter: we can't stand rainy morning commutes. live on the schuylkill expressway eastbound traffic is heavy from 202 to the vine. westbound we're seeing a 31 minute ride to the blue route. belmont avenue we have an accident.de to the blue route. you want to watch for that one. route 100 is blocked at up land square drive.
use farmington road. we have a dozen or so accidents in the suburbs. on the main roads it's wet and slow. looking live on the blue route. southbound traffic near the mid county tolls heavy from the tolls to the schuylkill expressway and broomall to media, northbound slow, as well. either direction you're extra jammed. >> we're taking a live look across the airport. you can see the rain continues to seem steady. that seems what it is around here, david murphy wondering how long it will stay like this. >> reporter: the rest of the morning rush hour is wet. we have drying in southwestern chester county and over the next couple of hours this main batch of rain will move to the northeast and then we'll be dealing with spotty showers the rest of the day. 49 in philadelphia. 49 in wilmington not a lot of wind, but cool. this afternoon high 60 spotty on and off showers into the evening. tomorrow windy with another
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♪ come and get it. ♪ what a feeling good morning, america. "gma" goes country. tim tebow behind the scenes of country music's biggest night. >> reporter: i'm here with an absolute legend, garth brooks. tim tebow. >> to hunter hayes and kacey musgraves, wait until you hear what they all told tim. jennifer aniston's big makeunder. why the star is trending tops on facebook for ditching the makeup. calling it dreamy and liberating. glnk and you're parents of teenage girls, raid raising them to get what they want and negotiate their way to success. and robin sharing a story you don't want to miss. two brothers, one coach.
and what they discovered they were truly thankful for. as we say -- >> good morning, america. what's up? this is meghan trainor. i'm here at the cmas, it's pretty crazy. good morning, america. ♪ i'm all about that bass and in times square today, you know her from housewives -- real housewives. but guess what? she's coming to broadway, starring in cinderella soon. can't wait. >> she's taking the role sherri shepherd played so well on broadway. and more of the biggest night, live to nashville. tim tebow was there for it all. he was a presenter. and look at him on the streets of music city usa. he's going to show us things we didn't see last night. thanks, tim. and tory johnson is here with one of the best deals and
steals of the year. oprah's favorite thing for the holidays. >> oh. thank you -- oh -- >> serious stuff. >> i'm always -- it looks that way, doesn't it? dibs on that. >> done. got you. and then also we have a really interesting study for anybody looking to get rid of wrinkles. what you need to know before you visit the doctor. >> that's -- >> i'm going to have to go to the doctor if this song doesn't turn off. >> oh, boy. >> it was going in my head around and around. now it's going to be doing it again. >> that's the editorial, now the news. >> we have serious stuff to discuss. i couldn't help myself. we begin with the dramatic rescue of a young woman caught on camera as she was brutally abducted off a street in philadelphia. 22-year-old carlesha freeland-gaither is back with her family after three days. they used gps to track her down.
finding her inside a car in a maryland parking lot with the man accused of kidnapping her. and he's facing an unrelated attempted murder charge and charged with abducting other women as well. she's straik shaken up, but no physical injuries. we are so happy for her and her family. the other big story is overseas, the u.s. military expanding air strikes in syria. coalition air strikes targeted a group not linked to isis. and targeting veteran al qaeda fighters who were said to be plotting attacks on western targets. and despite the coalition air assault in neighboring iraq, the fighting rages on in the north. president obama is asking congress for $6 billion to help fight ebola in west africa where the death toll is now approaching 5,000. some of the money would support new u.s. military hospitals. and breaking overnight, the body of a hollywood movie
executive missing for two and a half years has been found. hikers found gavin smith's remains in a remote spot north of los angeles. he was gone in 2012, and they found his car in a storage facility belonged to a drug dealer. he's now a person of interest. it's a homicide. and two pastors in florida and a 90-year-old volunteer are facing jail time after they were arrested for feeding the homeless. arnold abbott served meals to the homeless for decades. but he was detained for defying a new city ordinance to keep homeless people from overrunning parks and beaches. that does not seem right. no. i agree. a dispute over a parking space at a shopping mall turned into dangerous road rage. it's posted on youtube. an angry driver gets into the car and backs up at full speed,
crashing into an suv. and oh my gosh, narrowly missing those two men. no word if police have caught up with him yet. but that video is chilling. and extremely disturbing. >> yeah. >> let's switch gears. something happy. finally, timing is everything. but when a couple got married at a water park in florida. they had no idea they could get this lucky. just as they kissed, a dolphin jumping out of the water as if it had been choreographed. cue the dolphin. the photographer said it couldn't have been more perfect. later both of the dolphins peered over the tank to get a closer look. seriously, the luckest couple on the planet. their marriage is blessed. >> in many countries that's a very good sign. >> i've heard that. i've heard that. >> thank you. thanks, and turn now to a new study for those looking to
get rid of wrinkles. non-surgical treatments are safe. reena ninan has the details. >> botox and laser treatments, they're the non-surgical procedures people swear by. >> it's the best out there. >> reporter: and now a new study shows they're safer than you might think. >> the safety profile has gotten better over the years. >> reporter: the study examining more than 20,000 treatments across the country, including various lasers, facial fillers and botox. finding only less than 1% of patients experienced negative side effects. most were minor. >> all these procedures, fillers, lasers, botox, they come with some risk. knowing how to use the devices properly will minimize that outcome. >> reporter: it's good news for women. >> it makes me feel amazing. >> reporter: she started botox ten years ago and now gets lasers and fillers. shying away from surgical
procedures because of the cost and complications. >> i'm afraid of the surgical, afraid of the knife. >> reporter: she's not alone. these types of non-surgical beauty procedures are on the rise. more than 13 million last year, up 3% from the year before. >> it's less expensive. your down time is a week. it just seems like the right way to go for me. >> reporter: and now safe too, she says that's one more reason to smile without those pesky laugh lines, of course. for "gma," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> thanks for that. "pop news" and weather coming up. now to robin in the social square. over here. what's ahead on the "gma morning menu" and "pop news." robert downey jr. and his beautiful wife, susan, welcoming the newest member of their family. and jennifer aniston, the make under. why she called it a dream. tory johnson, this is one of our favorite things. deals and steals from oprah's favorite things for the holidays. >> yes.
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this is how you see "gma." pretty good, right? well, what if you could see what we see. tomorrow, you can. we're strapping on go pros. for the first time, see "gma" through our eyes. and what you'll see is gopro amazing. hey, ginger's even jumping out of a plane, live. >> i'm about to go mad with gopro. >> you'll be with her all the way down. tomorrow, "gma" goes pro. >> and go big or go home. >> yeah. >> we are so excited about "gma" goes -- what are we saying? >> gopro. >> gopro. >> maybe go away. following all of us. >> you're going to see it tomorrow. to get you ready, check out these skiers in the french al s. the first skier off the cliff on purpose. >> ginger's like, whatever.
>> what's so great about this, we don't have to do it now. somebody else did. perfect. a pair a chute right there. does the same thing on the way down. see there? the pair a chute? >> and then the avalanche. >> they caught that on the gopro. >> would you do that? >> yes. >> why do you even ask anymore? >> what are you afraid of? >> driving a car. >> it's probably one of the most dangerous things you can do. >> right after the show, you and me. meet me mt. parking lot. >> it's all statistics. >> that's right. hey, "pop news" time, everybody. >> let's do it. >> gopro tomorrow, "pop news" now. begin with robert downey jr. and his wife susan welcoming their new baby girl. avery roe well. they announced that after nine months of intensive development, principal photographer has commenced on 11/14, and continue
until she says you're embarrassing me, i'm 30. i believe that's number three for them. very happy for them. now to the states really living the high life. and i want to ask you guys, what states do you think the gals wear the highest heels? >> new york. >> l.a. >> l.a., new york, you'd think. >> down south? >> how about arkansas. guilt, the fashion site, crunched the numbers for the highest heels. and topping the list are arkansas, nevada, florida and puerto rico. close to 3 inches in those places. kansas, nebraska, delaware, maine, lower end. not quite as surprising. but the stiletto spem trctrum i broad. i just thought you needed to know this. >> george and i are riveted by this study. how did we miss that answer. >> some morning are slower than
others. some days have to you have to d you have to do. which brings me to this. come on, robin. ♪ exciting and new don't we have it in the studio? oh, there we go. ♪ we're expecting you come on, now. this is all you, george. ♪ the love boat ♪ we'll be making another -- >> you know all the words? >> yes, i do. love this. this and fantasy island. oh, yeah. the plane, the plane. >> wanted to let you know the reason for that diddy was the stars of the love boat have reunited to celebrate the 50th anniversary of princess cruise lines. six of the original cast members from the beloved tv show got on board. captain stubing, and guest stars from favorite episodes, florence henderson there.
let's get a collect closer to home. >> reporter: that come ginger david murphy on the terrace with the umbrella it's continuing to rain across the majority of the region. we move from the current temperature in the upper 40s to high of 60. it will be rainy at times although the morning batch will die down at the endful rush hour. windy spotty shower tomorrow afternoon. 55 the high. the big story is the wind it's looking dry for the weekend. >> and we don't ever mind seeing a couple men in uniform. thank you for everything. what are you doing here? >> we're here with the air force health professionals recruiting. >> recruiting for the air force. okay. get back inside. and the prospects. now time for the heat index. and recent research suggesting
that women don't negotiate for things they deserve. offers tips on how to raise girls to do it successfully. experts say it's girls feel less confident as teams. reinforce their worth, good idea. and get them comfortable in negotiating, coach them in finding common ground. school fundraisers, bedtime, allowance, sleepovers. my girls have learned it. >> they can outnegotiate me. >> they're tough. >> that the stay with them. >> i hope so. >> good advice indeed. and also this morning, jennifer aniston opening up about the make underfor the role in "cake." hardly any makeup at all. and she was on a panel, and being without makeup was, quote, so fabulous, so dreamy, empowering and liberating. adding that the only time in the makeup chair was to have the scars drawn on. it hits the theaters in 2015.
oscar buzz. she got a standing ovation. that says it all. >> good for her. also in the heat index, the cmas, you know the big night in nashville. country music's biggest superstars coming together. tim tebow was there, kicking off on the red carpet. timmy joins us from nashville. good to see you, tim. >> reporter: we missed you here, robin. it was an awesome night. we had a lot of fun. a lot of friends and stars. and we enjoyed it. it was awesome to be backstage. take a look. ♪ >> hey. >> it's tim tebow. >> couldn't have picked a better guy. >> you're interviewing me? >> reporter: yeah, not him. florida georgia line. florida/georgia game last week, who were you rooting for? >> florida. >> i'm a seminole. zblsh nobody's perfect.
get a look at the shiny shoes? a lot of confidence right there. rocking the tux look. no bow tie. >> every time i do a tie, it chokes me. i don't think if it's a singing thing. >> reporter: you have the most amazing voice. >> thank you. >> this is a party. >> reporter: who are you looking forward to see perform? >> mcgraw. i saw him backstage. i wanted a pushup contest with him. >> reporter: out of your songs, my favorite is "we rode in trucks." >> that's archival, old school. >> we're ready to play. >> reporter: seems like you're always ready to play. >> i love what i do. >> reporter: i'm here with darius rucker. we have been friends for a long time. you are presenting tonight, don't to want make you nervous. >> tim, i always have been and will be team tebow. except that time you whooped me in golf. that wasn't cool. >> reporter: more nervous bout the show or the red carpet? >> ask me five seconds before i
go on. >> reporter: but the one person i didn't get to meet found me, heir row smith legend steven tyler with a photo bomb. >> looks like a good time. wonderful to see you presenting there. i understand you have a story about miss musgraves? >> it was a lot of fun, she chose darius over me. but he's been going since 1986 with hootie. i would have chose her as well. >> the gentleman. you were there in case she needed you. you were there. glr thank you. >> glad you had a great time. see you this weekend, football, s.e.c. to see what the stars wore, go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. and now, oh, my goodness, talk about all-star collection right here. a big treat for this morning's deals and steals.
everything comes from oprah's all new favorite things for the holiday. tory johnson and adam glassman are here to reveal this year's o specials. you know these deals are going to fly. go to our website right away to get everything. >> it's an extra special day because it's adam's birthday. happy birthday, adam. >> really? should we get started. >> yes. i was telling everyone how she loves her chai. this is the oprah chai tea set from teavana. you get a maker and big mugs. >> nice size. >> she helped design them herself. and the splash of almond milk is not there, her favorite finishing touch. >> normally ranges from $8 to $90, slashed in half, 4 bucks to $45 for the big kit. really nice. >> it's really delicious. >> i've had it. >> you've had it. >> how about something to go with the tea?
>> who doesn't love bark on the holidays? this is remarkable bark. it's a great gift set. fabulous about it, it's part graham cracker, part toffee and part chocolate bar. >> what i love, you get the tins, some of the plain chocolate, the peppermint chocolate. i have been sharing the wealth around here. it's good, right? >> it's good. >> when you freeze or refrigerate it, it's extra-special. and hand-made in california. normally $42, slashed in half. 21 bucks for the two tins. >> i like the chill. >> it's great right out of the freezer, even better. >> how about this? >> monogrammed cufflinks from moon and low la. it's a great gift. look at the monograms. yes, you can get them in 32 different colors in silver or gold. >> beautiful. beautiful. >> oprah loves a white shirt and
anything that jazzes it up. these are perfect. >> what's the deal? >> really good deal, normally $68 online. but today only, slashed in half, $34. really pretty. and so many different colors to choose from. >> the tea -- we have so much -- >> this is going to be your favorite. >> this is going to be your favorite. from peace, love world, this is the i love sundays sweatshirt. feel it. the most delicious sweatshirt in the world. >> what's it made of? >> this is cotton. oprah watches this every sunday. >> super soul sunday. >> yes. everyone will wear this. unbelievable. >> it's a beautiful company. everything they make is phenomenal. inspiration inspirational, fun messages. not inexpensive, normally $98, slashed in half, $49, plus from peace, love, world, free shipping. >> it's slashed in half. so you get a good deal. >> you will live in this. >> i plan on it.
>> yes. >> and last but not least. >> oh, wow. >> this one, the perfect tote bag from nine west. >> lara spencer was eyeing that orange one. >> every woman needs a tote bag to take you from the weekday to weekend. this is super-luxurious looking, and the faux leather. a lot of bang for your buck. >> the faux leather. >> eight different colors, three here. but eight different colors, i love it. normally $79, slashed by 51%, $39 plus from nine west, free shipping. two bonus deals from this amazing issue at "good morning america" on i canyahoo. >> thank you for being here. you can see the links and codes at our website. nene leakes when we come back.
>> good morning, philadelphia congress chaka fattah is -- congressman chaka fattah is denying any wrong doing now that a former adviser is pleading guilty to several charges. so far the democrat has not been accused of any crimes. i'm tamala edwards, good morning, rainy morning, trouble on the roads, the blue route, that describes it. >> reporter: we have huge delays because of an accident on the blue route northbound. penndot with the arrow board is blocking all lanes, they were blocking the two left lanes, allowing the right lane to get by. look at this travel time a 68
minute ride from i-95 to the schuylkill expressway if you're traveling on the blue route northbound. with no delay it's 17 minutes. they are just allowing the traffic to get through, again. it's a mess on the blue route. here's the schuylkill expressway 5 miles per hour, 12 westbound near the curve. i-95 12 and 15 southbound. it's slow. >> we're dealing with rain out there right now. let's get the latest from accuweather with david murphy good morning. >> reporter: it's been going on since everybody got up this morning. we're seeing improvement west of philadelphia. chester county beginning to dry out from the main band of rain. philadelphia the intensity of the rain tapering off a little bit, it won't be too much longer before we start to see it i understand in philadelphia, as well. 49 degrees chilly and damp. the high is 60 degrees, once this main band of rain ends we'll be in a spotty on and off showery precipitation. not raining you all the time, bt
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♪ over my head and out of my mind ♪ good morning, america. a hearty crowd in times square this morning. hardy and happy. and we have nene leakes here this morning. >> hi! >> she has so much going on. real housewives, here for her broadway debut, clothing line. we could go on and on. and a wonderful story leading up to thanksgiving. it's going to be here before you know it. how one man in the philadelphia -- i should say pittsburgh area -- a boxing coach, two young boys he has fostered. and now adopted. he has really changed their lives. >> they have some good form. >> really good. great story. >> thankful thursday.
>> excited to share that with everybody. and a remarkable story about a 12-year-old girl who lost 100 pounds and found her way to happier, healthy life. and now tony reali in the social square with the speed feed. >> it's trending anywhere, it's the speed feed. get right to. on youtube, and melting our hearts, the story of the record-setting panda triplets. cuties set a record, only known set of surviving giant panda triplets in the world. surviving their 101st birthday. it's a tradition to wait 100 days before naming the panda cubs. i think the social media games can begin, i see a george, michael, and gio. benedict cumberbatch sharing the news he's marrying h ining girlfriend the old fashioned way
with a newspaper add. they have been known to call themselves cumber i know babes. they are brokenhearted he's off the market. and the big screen, google, alex from target. we brought you his story yesterday. the picture of him was posted on twitter and the 16-year-old instantly trended and got his fair share of marriage proposals. he jumped from 144 twitter follows to more than 650,000. there's questions how the story came about, but it's real for young alex. he hit the ellen show yesterday to make sense of it all. here's his theirries about the contributing to his fame. >> i can dance. not well. it's embarrassing. >> then don't. and gopro day coming up on "gma." watch your back on the set, robin. i'm coming for you.
>> see it from your point of view. super man. >> super man. >> thank you so much. ellen is so fun, when sits down, gets to it. now an inspiring weight loss story, a young girl who tipped the scales at 265 pounds and had the ah-ha moment, changing her diet and her life. abc's sarah haines has the story. >> reporter: for hannah, weight was a lifetime struggle. >> i tried different programs and nothing worked for me. >> reporter: a self-proclaimed overeater, she hit her heaviest at 265 pounds. but then an unexpected turning point her junior year of high school. >> all of my friends were trying on their prom dresses. they felt so confident. and just loved their dresses. and i just longed for that. >> reporter: more determined than ever, she went on an inspiring two year weight loss
journey. >> i have lost 110 pounds. >> reporter: no short cuts. the first major change, her diet. >> in the morning i usually have any overnight oats. for lunch i like to have salad with different veggies. for dinner i like to have chicken with different sliced tomatoes, feta, different marinades. >> reporter: she doesn't belong to a gym, walks three miles a day, workout videos, and the secret strengthening tool? >> the thy master on my arms. it works well. >> reporter: she admits the journey is not without its challenges. >> i have my off days. everyone does. but it's important to get back on track and the off day doesn't define your weight loss journey. >> reporter: hannah, now armed with the self-confidence she never knew. >> so many people are inspired by my story. that builds my confidence so much more knowing that i was able to help somebody just think about or take the first step in
their own weight loss journey. >> reporter: for "good morning america," sara haines, abc news, new york. >> very happy for her. thank you for bringing that to us. we were trying to watch the piece, and you, tony, with the g gopro in our face. >> i got it. >> easy on the camera work. >> you look like a detective. >> dramamine for everybody. >> it all leads up to the big reveal tomorrow. oh, nice. >> everybody has cameras now. >> we are now transmitting from mars. >> hey, thanks again, tony. let's get outside where it's safer. final check of the weather with ginger. >> making you stick with that. we will be celebrating a 30th anniversary, this
>> thanks, ginger, david murphy here with a steady rain continuing to fall on the terrace. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, rain will continue toward the end of the rush hour into the middle of the morning and we'll be looking at spotty showers through the rest >> all that weather brought to you by carmarx. can you from st. louis? anybody? all right, amy, let's get
inside. christopher nolan, moe men to, and the blockbuster batman trilogy set his sights on space with interstellar. it stars matthew mcconaughey, a farmer and former restaurant called on to save the world. >> you're the best pilot we ever had. >> i barely left the stratosphe stratosphere. >> they have never left the simulator this was the mission you trained for. >> without knowing it. an hour ago you didn't know i was alive. you were going anyway. >> we had no choice. >> how long will i be gone? >> hard to know. years. >> i've got kids, professor. >> get out there and save them. >> and we are thrilled to have director, writer and producer chris nolan here this morning. thank you for being with us.
>> thank you for having me. >> it's a remarkable film. it's rare to go to a theater and feel like you're in a different place and a different time. it was truly an experience. is that what you were hoping to achie achieve? >> yeah, we wanted the intense audience experience. we mixed the sound in an intense way. the rocket taking off. it was designed to be immersive. making people feel they're on the journey with these characters. >> as a mother it moved me. it was unexpected. and you felt this father's anguish and turmoil. my husband's going to kill me for saying this, he kroied. it brought it home emotionally. it was difficult to do in the space fantasy. >> i'm sure it was manly-man tears. >> of course. >> quite allowable. it's based on an emotional journey. a lot of extraordinary things in the film. a big adventure. but i felt the emotional story was key. >> and instead of relying on cgi
or green screen to fortray the incredible images from space, you worked with it to make it more fully realized. tell me what you did? >> we didn't to want use any green screens. i wanted the actors to sit down in the cockpit of the spaceship and be in a simulator, not the set. we put the views outside the windows, ships that could react, feel like they were flying. >> we have a lot of "gma" fans who have posted questions on our instagram. krista wonders, after the films are released and well-received, do you find things you wish you could change or watch it a year later and think it's perfect. >> it's not about it being perfect. i try not to worry too much about what i could have done differently. because the truth is, it's an imperfect process. i try not to look back too much. >> christopher nolan, thank you so much for joining us.
who rescued two procedures, changing their lives forever. in this old, retired fire house in pittsburgh, pennsylvania, an unlikely story of hope between the ropes. >> jab. >> reporter: inside, a boxing gym. >> they wanted to learn how to box. >> reporter: where josh and his brother, jesse, found much more than a workout. they found something to be truly thankful for. two years ago their coach, jack, noticed that something was terribly wrong. >> they looked peal. josh had bags under his eyes. >> reporter: and one day the boirs living in a foster home stopped coming. >> we were concerned. >> reporter: jack tracked them down and discovered something painful. their existence spiralled into a living nightmare with no beds and no parenting. >> josh's words were, i'm trying to sleep my life away. what do you mean? i get home from school, fall asleep until i have to get to
school again. can you help snus. >> he said you're coming home with me now. that was one of the greatest moments of my life so far that i could think of. >> reporter: jack took them in as foster dad and adopted them. the judge so moved she had a photo taken. >> he's teaching me how to be a better man in life. >> reporter: the boys hit the lottery of fatherhood. he's a gulf war veteran, proud of his years with the army's 82nd air borne. and a narcotics detective. that's his day job. and he can cook. kind of. >> everything he does is for a purpose like he likes to say. >> reporter: this isn't the first time he rescued someone. he took in his niece and launched her into adulthood. >> i remember at 18 years old working at a restaurant, he would iron my shirts, teach me stuff. >> reporter: now a mother herself, she's grateful and in awe of what he's doing for these two beautiful boys. >> they are so happy.
i mean, we would give anything just for them to never feel this pain again. he's a hero. not just in the boy's eyes, but, you know, mine, my family's, his friends. everybody can see it. not many people would change their lives like that. and just turn everything upside down at the drop of a dime and just, you know, take on a new life. >> reporter: and ladies, listen up, this human super hero is single. but he is focused on the children. building his family one step at a time. >> i'm all right with dinner and maybe drinks. and that's as far as it's going to go. >> reporter: my mother often said with family you may not have it all together, but together you have it all. we thought we'd end with a message from the kids to jack. >> coach, i just wanted to say thank you for everything you've done. >> and i just wanted to let you know that you're the best father in the world.
>> we want to thank you detective jack for opening his heart to the two brothers who's lives he has changed forever. >> what a stunning example. >> thank you for bringing us thankful thursdays. >> people are bringing them to us. we want to say if someone you know is worthy of a "gma"-size thank you, go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo. tell us their story. we'd love to share it. it's lead up a special thanksgiving night. "thank you america." celebrating unsung heros like jack. it'll air thursday move 27th. that is thanksgiving night at 8:00/7:00 central. when you have your turkey sandwich after a long day. sit down with the family and watch this. >> get even more of a glow. >> that's right. we hope you do. and coming up on "gma," nene leakes is going
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well, think. nene leakes, everybody. i'm getting blond advice from the blond and beautiful nene leakes. brand new season of the real housewives of atlanta. set to kick off. she's set to make her broadway debut in rodgers and hammerstein's cinderella. you have a clothing line. >> i do. >> you are a busy, busy woman. start with the housewives. >> yes. >> here we go again. >> okay. >> where are we picking up? most surprised by in season seven? >> i think the episode one, you're going to see me in vegas hosting cirque du soleil, and this is the seventh season. i'm the o.g. on the cast. >> o.g.? >> the only original housewife. >> yep. love it. >> so the relationships have definitely changed on this show. and we have a lot of new girls
around. >> yeah, how is that for you? do you want to give them advice? >> no, i don't. you know nobody gave me any advice. >> nope. >> they don't give you a handbook that comes with this. you have to learn as you go. and so it's kind of different when the new girls come around. it kind of changes the dynamic. >> of the new girls, what is the one you're most like watching it in slow motion? >> i say that about every new girl. >> are they making mistakes that you're able to see and go this is not going to end well? >> i don't like when they come on and they're just doing so much. it's like -- it's a lot. it's a lot when they come on. >> it's like they're trying to manufacture -- >> trying so hard. yeah. really disturbs me. when we started with me and kim way back, we were just being ourselves. and these girls now come on and they do so much. you know, just to be on camera for a few minutes. >> do you call them out?
>> i do. i say how much did they pay you now? >> yeah. this sounds like good tv. i don't know about you guys. and we love your -- you've become a bit of a cultural force with your sayings. i think we have a picture to show everybody. you customized your bag. >> i did. >> tell me about this picture. what am i looking at in. >> that is the bag with the nene--isms since i have been on the housewives. bloop, i'm rich and wig. >> i love bloop. i remember that. that was the early days. >> and plunk, and so nasty and so rude. all those things. >> and you were none of those things as you make your broadway debut, my friend. what an awesome experience that must be. >> isn't it great? i was just so blown away when they called and asked me to be a part of it. >> sicinderella, taking over th role of sherri shepherd. >> madame. >> are you -- you're a little naughty? >> well, yeah. i am.
she has a very big personality. she sort of tells it like it is. she said a lot of things. >> i don't know how you got cast in that role. it's weird. >> i don't know how i got cast either. she asks for an apology at the end. i love the character, she sings, she dances, bosses people around. >> i feel like i'm listening to an episode of house wives. all good. and you talk about the clothing line too. which seems so natural. you have become such a stylist. >> this is actually a nene leakes collection piece. it's at hsn. it's size 2 to 24. it's an affordable luxury line that i wanted to do for every woman every size and every age. >> you know what i have to say to that? >> yeah. >> bloop. >> it's really great. i love being a designer, by the way. >> and an actress. >> i love being a housewife. >> we love having you on the
show. i had a game i wanted to play. but there's never enough time. >> why? bring your girls to cinderella. >> i will bring my daughter and a friend. my son i cannot promise. >> bring the girls. >> nene leakes, everybody. season seven, the real housewives of atlanta, on bravo. and cinderella, starting november
this is how you see "gma," what if you could see what we see? tomorrow you can. we're strapping on gopros to see "gma" through our eyes. ginger is jumping out of a plane live. >> i'm about to go mad with gopro. >> tomorrow, "gma" goes pro. that woman right there, jumping out of a plane tomorrow. >> we love you, ginger. >> love you. see ya'll later. hopefully. >> good morning, 22-year-old carlesha freeland-gaither is back in philadelphia with her
family. federal agents rescued her last night from a car at a shopping center parking lot in maryland. agents arrested 37-year-old delvin barns. police believe he kidnapped her in germantown four days ago, we'll have live team coverage on "action news" at noon. 8:57, i'm tamala edwards. raining out there, trouble on the roads. let's go over to karen rogers to look at the blue route. >> reporter: look at this traffic you're jammed from i-95 to past broomall where an accident is blocking the left lane. an 84 minute ride with no delay it would be 17 minutes almost an hour and a half to go from i-95 to the schuylkill expressway. southbound not looking better, at least the travel time is better. on the big picture we have a problem at center city 4th and vine we are hearing they are excavating two buildings it's possible that a construction crew could have hit a gas main.
we're seeing speeds in the single digits 12 miles per hour on i-95 southbound. it's a mess out there. >> rough morning out there. let's find out what's going on with the weather and go outside to david murphy. >> reporter: the rain is down to a light mist. we're at the end of the rush hour and the rain is ending through half of the area. we're in the process of drying out a bit. temperatures are cool, we're at 49 degrees right now in philadelphia. your seven day shows a high of 60 spotty on and off showers straight into evening. tomorrow, dry and 55 and windy. >> "live" with kelly and michael is next on 6abc. i'm tamala edwards. michael is next on 6abc. i'm tamala edwards. have
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