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happened. security is extremely tight as 1 million people cram into new york city's time square for new year's eve festivities and the final touches are being put on their costumes as the mummers prepare to strut on broad street. first, a check of the new year's eve forecast, chris sowers is at the "action news" big board with a look ahead of the holiday weekend and looking good for the revelers. >> reporter: it looks fantastic. temperatures are chilly this morning, but with sunshine we expect the numbers to warm up quhikly this -- quickly this afternoon. feels like 27 in allentown. with the wind, 23 in philadelphia. trenton, 28. feels like a blustery and cold 60 degrees in the poconos. satellite and radar just a few clouds out to the west, lake-effect snow has stopped as the clouds moved in and the winds have begun to die down. we'll see the lake-effect snow
machine turning on later on this afternoon. for us, high pressure in control, it will keep the clouds away to start the day, high, thin clouds to the west begin to increase later on. with the cloud cover expected overnight tonight, it keeps the temperatures on the mild side. as you head outside later this evening, for the new year's celebration. temperatures will be close to 40 which is close to the normal high for this time of the year. here's the way it plays out today, 9:00 a.m., 33. 11:00 a.m., 38. 3:00 p.m., 45, we're shooting for a high of 47 more rain on the way next week. we could make another run at 60 degrees by tuesday. i'll have the details in the seven day coming up in just a bit. >> alicia. >> thank you. now to breaking news, a police ground and air search is happening right now in central pennsylvania where a state trooper was shot to death on the job. they are looking for this man, 32-year-old jason robison. police say he opened fire on
trooper landon weaver during a call for protection of abuse violation. this confrontation happened at 6:30 in hesston, huntington county two hours outside of philadelphia. he is armed and dangerous, his hair could be dyed purple. if you have any information contact police immediately. 2017 will be mere in a matter of hours -- will be here in a matter of hours. sky6 live hd looking live over penns landing, the skies will light up twice tonight a show at 6:00 p.m. and another round of fires at midnight. franklin square, a family-friendly party is happening from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. be there to count down as a square drops above the square burger stand at 6:00 p.m. >> it's exiting for the kids to celebrate new year's, we figure
6:00 p.m. is just as close to midnight, we countdown here, you would think it's midnight. >> perfect for families meanwhile, markets and stores like debruno brothers have staff working overtime as shoppers stock up on meats cheeses and sweet treats for their at-home parties. now a live look at time square there it is, security will be extremely tight for tonight's festivities, as many as 1 million people are expected to gather there and cheer in the new year at the crossroads of the world. the waterford crystal ball drops 130 feet from the top of the pole at 1 time square. you can watch the ball drop and the celebration live tonight tune into dick clark's rockin' new year's eve with ryan seacrest at 8:00 p.m. on 6abc. share your down the -- countdown
on social media, use the #6abc action. the mummers are putting the final tiches on -- touches on the costumes and props before the parade down broad street. the mummers spirit as dann cuellar found out is almost in the genes of generations. >> it's "all in the family" huh? >> absolutely, she loves hanging out with daddy. >> we're a tight knit family, pretty much. >> reporter: you have a lot of fun along the way. >> we do. >> reporter: the mummers fest is going on today at the pennsylvania convention center. it cost four dollars to go inside and watch the rehearsals. from our new jersey newsroom there's a new state law that goes into effect that could make adoption information
available unless you act today. this would allow 300,000 individuals to contact their birth parents. nora muchanic has the details. >> reporter: 10-year-old mya was adopted from china like many wonders about her birth mother. >> i wonder if she alive, does she think about me. >> reporter: mya's mother susan was adopted too and asked the same question when she met her parents in 1987. birth records dating back to 1940 will become available. they need locked up for decades. >> i'm thrilled, this is giving back something that was simply taken from us. >> reporter: adoptees are not only curious, but they need the medical information that parents can provide.
the paper has to be filed with the department of health by december 31. it's a compromise. >> it's a balance that birth parents wants to protect their privacy, along with adoptees want to get the word out. many have no idea that the sealed records are about to become available. >> they are going way in the past, now you're bringing the past up. >> it's the right to reclaim what's ours. it's a right to understand where we came from, it's a right to understand what our identity is. >> reporter: the deadline to keep the adoption records private is today, we have a link to the forms you need to the health department at 6abc.com. in our new jersey newsroom, nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> new this morning, two women are in the hospital after a car plowed into a rock wall on lincoln drive. one of the women was driving the car when it veered out of
control around 1:00 a.m. the wreck happened just past schoolhouse lane. the women were taken to jefferson university hospital. they are told they will be okay. lincoln drive is oaf in that area. >> -- is open in that area. stay with us on this new year's' eve. we introduce you to a talented local man who is making alter with -- art with his own hands. a woman from our area talks about her loss of her home in tennessee. >> reporter: more rain is in the forecast next week, several days could see the wet stuff details coming up right after this. >> moscow is hoping donald
out about election hacking. vladimir putin is refusing to expel american diplomats always retaliation for obama's sanctions. donald trump rejected claims that russia helped him win the election through this hacking. firefighters tamed an inferno that wiped out 14 businesses in new york city. three firefighters were hurt battling the fire. they got to the call in queens in three minutes, but by then flames were racing through concealed spaces spreading from store to store. the stores were fixtures for generations in that neighborhood. >> it has been here our whole life. we just watch the whole block burn down. it's heartbreaking. >> think about all the business owners people who work in the store, the impact on the
neighborhood for all these people who shop at these stores, that's the real tragedy. >> the cause of the fire is under investigation. tennessee wildfires ravaged a castle that is home to a home of sorts for modern family star who plays lilly on the hit abc comedy. her father owns the castle that sits near their gatlinburg, tennessee home. >> it was a wonderful place, i love my room upstairs, everything was perfect. >> she lives out west while modern family films, but, of course, her home away from home, pretty sad story. >> reporter: as a matter of fact i was down there, it's gorgeous a community nestled in the mountains in the woods, very, very nice, it's tragic what happened with that. weather wise, we're looking good. >> happy new year's eve. >> reporter: let's get you outside. >> that's pretty.
look at that shot. >> reporter: commodor barry bridge, clear skies, cold temperatures, though, if you head out early bundle up in layers. that will do the trick. temperatures in the 20s, windchills making it feel like 22, 24 somewhere in that range, blustery morning. we'll warm quickly this afternoon. that's the good news. as we philip it over to the radars, nothing going on. hello january, that's right, tomorrow, january 2017. the average highs continues to drop, 41 degrees now, that's what the normal high is all month long, 40 to 41, we're gaining sunlight, though. sun set last day of january, 5:19 p.m. we average 7 inches of snow during the month of january. we have not seen any snow, but we have the potential of a a little bit of the white stuff i'll show you in just a few
minutes. temperature, 30 degrees, dewpoint, 20, pressure is rising. 22234 mashts creek. 27 -- martins creek, 27 in warrington. lots of 20s across the state of delaware and south jersey. 22 is a popular number for gandys beach, vineland and glassboro. high pressure sitting right there, they will keep us clear at least to start the day, some of the clouds roll in overnight tonight. but harmless, they won't turn threatening, we're looking at a blanket over top us, that will keep the temperatures up here. we're not concerned about any rain or snow tonight. there could be a spritz or sprinkle or quick-passing flurry. generally speaking this is dry. if we get moisture popping up on the radars, it will evaporate before reaching the ground. temperatures around midnight, close to 40 degrees. keep in mind the normal high for this time of the year is 41. that usually hams -- happens
around 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. we're talking about midnight temperatures close to the average high. we're not doing too bad overnight tonight. tomorrow looks good, as well. we get into an unsettled weather pattern. that will lift to the north, monday looks damp and dreary, rain and drizzle, tuesday, same thing. wednesday there's a chance for at least a morning shower before conditions begin to clear during the afternoon. for today, sun and clouds, increasing high, thin clouds later on, breezy, 47 degrees in philadelphia. that will feel like 43 or 44. millville, 48. atlantic city, close to 48 degrees as well. this evening, you can see the clouds lowering and thickening acting like a blanket keeping the temperatures mild. 40 degrees at midnight certainly is not too bad for this time of the year. for tomorrow, new year's day, if you're heading to lincoln financial field looks great. bright skies, light breezes,
kickoff temperatures 48. 4th quarter, 49. high of 50. the numbers start to climb next week. 47 today. 50 tomorrow. rain and drizzle yuck for monday, we're warmer look at the high, 60 degrees. wednesday, breezy sun, high of 53. wednesday night, here comes the arctic front that will sting a little bit because temperatures at that point will have close to 60 for couple of days. 36 thursday, 34 friday, from it night into -- friday night into saturday, there's the potential of a coastal storm. temperatures will be cold enough. will the storm track off the carolinas? >> i'll be here with you next weekend. for now, let's enjoy our nice and mild. most products are mass produced by machine.
tamala edwards introduces us to a carpenter, an artist is creating beauty with his hands in the this week's airport art g report. richard bought his home built in 1749. away delapidated but he saw possibilities. >> i said this is fun, i saw that guy hang a door, i said i can do that. since they richard has built homes and built the original homes in browns mills, new jersey. >> one of my best friends lives in the house i built 50 years ago. >> reporter: in his workshop he does amazing things with cedar and oak including this massive table completed in time for thanksgiving. the house is filled with beautiful creations, carvings and cabinets and picture frames
and more, he sees beauty where others might see debris. >> a piece of wood might be 200 years old. >> liz richard daughter's stocks his furniture in her store. >> i love it, he is so creative. >> reporter: he plays down any talk about art i or masterpiece. >> i never saw myself as an artist. >> reporter: tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
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the final day of 2016. that's a pretty shot. meteorologist chris sowers has a nice look at the weekend forecast. it will be mild for everybody out there celebrating. celebrate betsy ross' birthday. she turns 265 years old. there's a chocolate making demonstration and free cupcakes. take part from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the betsy ross house in old city. "the please touch museum" is hosting their annual new year's eve party for families. there's a live countdown to noon the ball drop and confetti cannons a second drop happens at 1:00 p.m. mr. potato head will make a special appearance to ring in 017. the festivities run until 3:00 p.m. the cost $25. there will be a kid friendly new year's splash event
at the adventure aquarium in new jersey the aquarium is open 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. stay for the fireworks display on the delaware river you can get a great view right there outside of the aquarium. that's what's happening across the region. sports is next. does your child need help with digestive balance? try align junior probiotic. so she can have a fraction dominating... status updating... hello-yellow-belt kind of day. get 24/7 digestive support with align junior. the #1 doctor recommended probiotic brand, now for kids.
winter storm. the big question what's going on. an arctic front will crossing the region friday night, it will stall over the carolinas. arctic air up to the north. we'll see a wave of low pressure develop. the question is will the high move to the east and allow the low to come you mean and bring us snow -- come up and bring us snow or bully its way down off the coast of the caroline analysis. already -- carolinas. already it's 50/50. everybody is talking about rhonda rousey's come back lasting 48 seconds. the ref stopped the fight 48 seconds in while she was still on her feet. she was fighting for the first time in 13 months. the struggling flyers lost in san jose, steve mason got
hurt after he nicked up his handles. backup any stoley stopped one goal. this year we lost many famous people. here's a look at those who are no longer with us. >> may get your attention please. you are not getting a tv in the bathroom. >> your mother went to a lot of trouble defrosting that chicken. >> call me first i need time to put my teeth in. do you have any idea?
open channel b. okay, hot shot let me see how good you are. i've been a very lucky guy. >> we'll see you here next week on washington week. i guess i've looked at my whole life being service to my country. >> what would you do when someone offers you drugs? yes i have smoked crack cocaine. >> i don't like what's going on in there government they should not stand on the sidelines. the republican party must keep the pro life plank in the platform. congratulations to the national champions. >> i will live my life full of love and full of fun.
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pennsylvania state trooper has been killed in huntington county after responding to a call. we're counting down to a brand new year, final preparations are put in place for celebrations across philadelphia. mother nature is cooperating as we ring in 2017. she is just waking up there, doesn't she look bright and shiny. meteorologist chris sowers keeping track of the new year's forecast at the "action news" big board with details on what
we can expect as the clock ticks toward 2017. >> reporter: it's cold out there right now, but later this afternoon with all the sunshine temperatures get up to 46, 47. 27 in allentown that's cold. 30 in millville. trenton -- millville, 22. atlantic city, 27 degrees. there's a slight breeze, generally wind speeds are 3 to 5 miles per hour out of the south/southwest. they will increase 10 to 15. it will be breezy, but with temperatures up in the 40 it will feel all right. high pressure planted over top of us, it is sitting right here. it will keep things dry today and tomorrow. look at all the moisture building again, that's the forecast monday and tuesday. enjoy the dry weather this weekend, because the weather changes.
11:00 a.m., 38 degrees. 3:00 p.m., 45 and 5:00 p.m., 45 shooting for a comfortable high today of 47. this actually is warmer as we head into tomorrow, when we come back in just a few minutes, i'll have the details and a run at 60. >> we're staying on top of breaking news this saturday morning, an all-out manhunt is happening right now for a man accused of killing a pennsylvania state trooper. overnight we got a look at the face of the alleged killer. trooper landon weaver on the job not even a year was responding 0 to a protection from abuse call. the man you're looking at right there, jason robison shot trooper weaver and took off. an army of police is scouring the area by ground and air looking for a trace of robison. some residents have been evacuated as the search goes on. >> we've seen two helicopters
and i couldn't tell how many undercover cop cars state police cars, i hope everything is already. >> five or six families are down there, some of their families are home, the rest of us are waiting in the church parking lot homing we can get home soon. state police say robison's may be dyed purple. he is considered armed and dangerous. anyone who comes in contact with him is asked to call 911. in a statement, governor tom wolf said in part -- wolf said the state police are our bravest and best pennsylvanians who risk their lives keep all our families
safe. four people were shot outside a concert of philadelphian meek mills. shots were fired late last night. authorities have not linked the shooting to the performance or meek mills, but two people are dead. new this morning, a woman was critically injured after being hit by an suv in northeast philadelphia. this happened at 9th and fairdale roads around 11:00 p.m. witnesses say the woman was behaving erratically before the crash. she has been hospitalized. the driver did stop and has not been charged. there's extra security in place as everyone enjoys a safe celebration as we ring in 2017. the big draw will be the fireworks display over the delaware river at penns landing. there are two shows at 6:00 p.m. and midnight. as jeff chirico explains there's plenty of ways to ring in the
new year in the city of philadelphia. >> reporter: excitement is buildings as visitors begin arriving early to ring in the new year philly style. this family from bucks county is spending the weekend. >> everybody wanted to come down for the night and see the fireworks and so we all said, sure, let's go. >> reporter: and there's plenty to do at the hilton at penns landing preparations are underway for not one, but not two, but three new year's parties. >> we have one in the ballroom and one in the restaurant. both are sold out. and then we have one at 9:30 p.m. for adults and couple couples. >> reporter: the chefs are working over time to feed 1,000 dinners. if you miss franklin square light show this season, you'll get a chance saturday night they are hosting a family-friendly party 3 to 8:00 p.m. and be there to countdown at the square drops at 6:00 p.m. >> we first thing 6:00 p.m. is
just as close to midnight. >> reporter: over at the debruno brothers, the staff is working overtime to get ready for the busiest day of the year. >> what do you expect the place to look like tomorrow? >> line out the door, make sure you come in early. >> reporter: julie is shopping early, she said there's plenty to do across the city she is planning a relaxing new year's eve at home with friends. >> relax and enjoy good food and good company. >> reporter: the big draw will be the fireworks they go off at 6:00 p.m. and at midnight. happy new year. on the art museum steps, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> septa is offering expanded service on the regional rail line tonight. trains will be operating on a saturday schedule. revelers will take advantage from special late night service
from center city stations we posted the full schedule at 6abc.com. patco is offering free rides to make it a safe new year's alley -- celebration with free rides to help people avoid drinking and driving from 8:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. >> we hope everyone comes out and takes advantage of the free ride and enjoy some activity in philadelphia or somewhere along the line in new jersey. >> this is the first time in the 50 year history the port authority has offered this promotion. patco stimulates it will cost 20 -- estimates it will cost $20,000. tune into dick clark's new year's rockin' eve with ryan seacrest the countdown starts at 8:00 p.m. share your countdown with us on social media, use facebook,
instagram arrest twitter with #6abc action. the mummers parade happens tomorrow, the music and dance routines make it an event not to be missed. with new year's day hours away, crews are making sure they are ready to parade down broad street in center city. still ahead on "action news" this saturday morning, before you head out to celebrate the new year tonight, we have information you need to know about consume alcohol and your heart. a big day for a boy who suffered so much in his young life. we'll explain how he became a pro basketball player for a day. it is an amazing story. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" this saturday morning, this new year's eve continues next.
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>> it is 7:41 taking a live look american eagles nest in fort meyers, florida, people have been captivated by this watching momma sitting on her eggs, breaking news, we can tell you one of the eggs has hatched. how cute and wonderful, mom is moving on and off the eggs, one has yet to hatch. millions have watching and waiting for this event. it's like watching nature in action. at one point the poppa eagles
brought fresh hay for the nest to help mom to help the little ones, good poppa. >> >> reporter: can an eagle get a little privacy here? poppa is lending a helping hand. >> no it's live stream moment by moment. >> reporter: we have good news for you, temperatures today will be climbing into the 40s, we'll lose the gusty winds, it will be breezy but not as windy as yesterday. later this evening, if you're heading out for your celebration, it looks fantastic. i'll get into the forecast in a second. empty meantime, look at the sun climbing over the waters. radars are clear, you don't have to worry about precipitation today, let's flip it over to the radars, nothing going on as we go round and round. there's no rain on the radars
until monday and tuesday. 50 degrees on monday, keep in mind the normal high is 41, 42 give or take. 50 for monday. 64 tuesday, one degree shy of a record. 46, 46, 42. we've been above average, very, very mild, it's chilly, but temperatures this afternoon climb above average. tomorrow, we coast to 50. the winds out of the south/southwest at 67 -- 7 miles per hour. this is what it feels like when you add the winds. 27 in allentown. 23 in philadelphia. 22 in millville. 21 in cape may. a bluster and cold 16 degrees in the mountains. salt -- satellite and radar high, thin clouds build across the appalachians. they will sneak in here this afternoon. 4:00 p.m. you can see the clouds
streaming in from the west. the clouds will lower and thicken this evening. the model you saw moisture trying to pop up here, the air is so dry if you check your app and look at the radar and it appears if it is raining, more than likely it is not doing anything at all. the air is so dry, it will eat it up and the moisture will evaporate. midnight, cloudy skies and mild temperatures somewhere between 37 and 40 years in time to ring in the new year. very, very comfortable stuff. look at the low to mid 40s across south jersey and delaware. forecast for today, partly sunny, breezy, nice. 47 degrees is the forecast the high. the winds beginning to shift now out of the southwest let's say 10 to 20 miles per hour. that 47 will feel like 43 or 44. overnight tonight, these are the temperatures closer to dawn partly cloudy and breezy, 32 degrees outlying suburbs, 38 for center city. this is what to expect around midnight. through the evening we're in the mid 40s by 4:00 p.m.
slowly dropping down, 10:00 p.m., 40. midnight temperature 40 degrees. for the mummers parade tomorrow look at all the sunshine we're expecting, bright skies, a light tranquil breeze, warm temperatures, 9:00 a.m., 43. 1:00 p.m., 47. 5:00 p.m., 46 somewhere in between we'll manage a high of 50 degrees. not too bad. the exclusive accuweather forecast, 50 for tomorrow, 49 for monday, the only reason why we're keeping it in the 40s is because of all the clouds and rain, if we get any kind of clearing monday will be in the 50s again. tuesday in the 60s, more rain in the morning, sun late. wednesday, breezy, sun 53. here comes the arctic punch. thursday, windy and colder, 36 friday watching a coastal storm in the process of developing and pushing through friday night into saturday. that will bring snow if it were to come up the coast. the question is will it? >> i didn't hear the word snow,
i was focused on the 60 degrees. >> reporter: that did look nice, only last a day, though. don't get too excited. >> remember you can get the seven-day forecast at 6abc.com/weather. it was a dream come true for a chicago teenager this week 17-year-old tray flowers became a chicago bull for one day. he signed a one day contract with the nba team. it was all made possible by make a wish foundation. flowers underwent a liver transplant last year,er spent his day getting advice from the coach. he attended a pregame warmup in the locker room, he melt all the players and got to sit on the bench with the team during the game. a wonderful experience for a great kid. we'll be right back. (vo) what's your dog food's first ingredient?
the center city skyline, it's going to be mild this new year's eve. meteorologist chris sowers will breakdown the holiday weekend forecast coming up in just a few. "healthcheck" this morning, many people might have extra distinction around the holiday thinking it's good for the heart. many adults should not drink at all. >> alcohol is made out of sugar, if you're predisposed to being diabetic or high triglycerides as an issue, don't drink alcohol. anyone taking 0 cholesterol lowering medications or tylenol those are cleared through the liver like alcohol. some patients on the cholesterol drug get muscle aches. i probably don't have to tell you this, i'm learning this firsthand, easier said than
done, try to not to overindulge if you attend a holiday party. weight gain over the christmas and new year's holiday can remain for months. a recent study found it happens in the ten days after christmas. here in the u.s., adults gained under a pound and a half between christmas and new year's. there's a concern that counselors and public health experts are keeping a watchful ey on. it's good for everyone to keep in mind. ali gorman explains. >> reporter: this is not an official diagnosis, it's probably not even a new behavior, the term is used from when someone skips meals in order to save calories for drinking alcohol. it's common on college campuses and it can be dangerous. it's estimate the more than 40% of college students binge drink
consumer large amounts of alcohol in a short period of time, some are coupling it with a dangerous behavior eating less or not at all. it has a trendy new name, drunks arexia. both of those behaviors in isolation would concern me. if you put them together it's dangerous. >> reporter: in the short term it's dangerous, drinking on an empty stomach can lead to impaired judgment and deadly accidents. long term risks are less understood, many young adults will grow out of this behavior, but for others. >> unfortunately they continue to engage in the behavior and therefore might have more true signs of an alcohol problem. at the same time we worry some individuals might not -- be
meeting a criteria for a eating disorder. >> reporter: if it disrupts your day-to-day activities it's becoming a problem. as for preventing weight gain it's not an effective tool. alcohol has empty calories you'll be hungry and heavy drinking leads to heavy eating. if you or someone you know is having a problem, it's best to talk to a mental health expert or addiction counselor. it's better to eat healthy throughout the day, if you drink drink in moderation and never drink and drive. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." >> meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i think you'll like this one. first a look at spring mountain, a nice snow coating there. they might get people there ringing in the new year with a a little skiing, we'll be right
burlington vermont celebrated chanukah with the largest lego menorah ever. 2,000 bricks were used to make this jewish centerpiece for the holiday. after it was built they put candles on top and lit them. happy new year's eve. >> reporter: happy new year's eve to you and everyone out there. and mother nature will cooperate. 47 degrees, partly sunny and breezy. 40 around when you ring in the new year. eagles game and the mummers, 50 degrees. if that's not warm enough to for
you, 60 by tuesday. 53 wednesday, thursday and friday, colder, snow lovers you may get your shot next weekend. if that doesn't pan out i know it will snow on january 28. >> that's when i am having my daughter's birthday party and every year we produce a blizzard. i have an elsa at home. we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to good "good morning america." >> reporter: a new twist in the russian hacking saga, did they break into a power company in vermont. president-elect trump takes the step of praising putin for not retaliation against u.s. sanctions. todd fisher opens up about the loss of carrie fisher and his mom debbie reynolds, what he is saying about their bond and final hours. ryan seacrest and jenny
mccarthy will be take you to the view of the crystal ball. >> "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m., here's some of the stories we're working on for you, breaking news throughout the morning, the manhunt continuing for the man suspected of shooting and killing a pennsylvania state trooper on the job. plus if you're planning a new year's eve party tonight consider healthy appetizers, the top picks while sticking to your resolution. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm alicia vitarelli have a great saturday, happy new year's eve, we'll see you coming up at 9:00 a.m., we'll take a little break.
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good morning, america. new overnight new russian hack attack. the concerns this morning, the malware allegedly found at an american power company. the questions it's raising as donald trump takes the extraordinary step of praising vladimir putin for not retaliating against u.s. sanctions. >> counting down, just hours to go before the new year. the swarm of security in times square forming a ring of steel. revelers ready and so are the hosts, ryan seacrest and jenny mccarthy braving that cold. >> can't move your faces. >> who will she kiss at midnight? tower of terror. the amazing rescues, the amusement park riders trapped for hours more than a hundred feet up. ladders too short to reach them.
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