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good morning, america. this morning, double whammy. two major storms wreaking havoc on both coasts. >> horrible. skidding everywhere. >> massive pileups on this connecticut interstate. the hikers air-lifted to safety. tens of thousands without power. >> look at this. this is the san joaquin river. it's completely flooded out these stairs. >> and in the west, more slick roads and spinouts. with the biggest flooding threat in over a decade. up to a foot of rain. the attack at the airport. what we're learning about the accused ft. lauderdale gunman. >> indications are that he came here to carry out this horrific attack. >> questions about whether the shooting could have been prevented. plus, why esteban santiago's
brother says the fbi should have done more to help him. royal return. queen elizabeth making her first appearance in over a month. attending church services. 90-year-old royal battling back from illness. our report this morning. and the shooting caught on camera. a gunman aims and fires at a u.s. state department employee in mexico. the victim, wounded but alive. the big reward now being offered to find the man who got away. good morning, america. we want to thank you for joining us on what is turning out to be a busy sunday. a sunday where both coasts are dealing with dangerous weather. >> look at the map. the west coast is looking at snow and torrential rain. on the east coast, the snowstorm has moved out. but the frigid temperatures are moving in. all the way down to florida. we'll have much more on the weather in a minute. >> first, reports of breaking news out of jerusalem. >> a truck ramming into a crowd there. abc's jennifer eccleston joins us from london with more.
jennifer, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan and paul larks israeli police calling the attack an act of terrorism. a truck ran into a group of soldiers getting off a bus in a jerusalem neighborhood. police reporting that four people have died. emergency services are responding to the scene, saying at least 15 have been injured. one seriously. pictures are also emerging from the scene of a bullet-riddled windshield of the truck. israeli police reporting the truck driver has been killed and was a resident of east jerusalem. this after the deadly truck attack on a christmas market in berlin last month which killed 12 people. isis claiming responsibility for that assault and the nis truck massacre last july. paula and dan? >> all right, thank you very much, jennifer. israeli police confirming this is a terrorist attack in jerusalem. we'll have much more on the story throughout the show. we want to move to the
snowstorm in the east that brought blizzard conditions in some areas and led to several pileups on the roads. it was both perilous and beautiful. this is out of timberlake, north carolina. and in new york city, pulling a child on a sled throughout the city streets. >> meanwhile, in the west, they are already dealing with flooding and mudslides. there are fears of worse to come. the evacuations have started in some areas. >> we have team coverage. rob marciano is in san francisco. where it's really coming down. but first, let's go abc's marci gonzalez on the east end of long id land, where they got hit pretty hard. good morning, marci. >> reporter: hi, dan and paula. that's right. you can see the huge pile here. some areas in new england got nearly 20 inches of snow. a big cleanup ahead today in the bitter cold. this morning, millions of americans across the eastern seaboard waking up to deep snow, strong winds, dangerous, icy roads. >> horrible. i'm skidding everywhere.
it's ridiculous. >> reporter: from georgia to maine, buses and trucks sliding off slippery streets. in connecticut, more than 20 cars and semis colliding in this massive pileup. shutting down the interstate in both directions for more than five hours. >> this porsche, i believe it was a cayenne, one of the suvs. came up behind me, hit my car. i went flying forward. >> reporter: incredibly, no one seriously hurt. right outside charlotte, two hikesers surviving the brutal cold and whipping winds for two nights. rescued. while up and down the east coast, many left in the cold and dark with temporary power outages. in north carolina, more than 30,000. and in virginia, nearly 5,000. all hoping their heat comes back on soon. with temperatures in many places this morning in the single digits. and that's what it feels like here, leaving roads icy and dangerous. already several deaths have been blamed on this storm.
dan? >> marci, thank you. as we said, the other major weather story this morning is in the west. where that big storm is hitting right now. let's get to rob in san francisco. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. california hasn't seen an event like this since 2005. moisture so deep and thick we call it an atmospheric river. pointed right at northern california. the early rounds of the rain is hitting the entire west coast. to our north in oregon, there are pockets of cold air that are not mixing well with the rain. overnight, a powerful pacific storm leaving a blustery and deadly path in the northwest. turning oregon's interstate 5 into a continuous path of destruction. with vehicles skidding and crashing across roadways. littering them with jackknifed semis. littered with cars. buried sheriff's suvs. state police tweeting with drivers to stay home. in washington state, a similar
scene up and down interstate 90. fatal, multicar collisions shutting down a long stretch of the highway. farther south, california's biggest concerns, mudslides, high winds, and flash flooding that is already destroying roadways. >> makes me a little nervous. gives me a little anxiety. >> reporter: abc's kayna whitworth in fresno. >> look at this. this is the san joaquin river. it's completely flooded out these stairs. >> reporter: high surf pounding the sea walls. one woman dead after being struck by a falling tree on a golf course in san ramon. the ground is saturated. winds over 60 miles an hour. that will continue today. more trees will come down. take a look at the advisories up and down the west coast. still have the ice storm warning in effect for the wilamit valley. until the cold air gets scoured out. and then the winds as well. so here you go. here's the rain. it's snow at the higher elevations. it will become mostly rain as we
go through time. and drop down as far as colder air by monday. the next 12 to 24 hours are crucial. there's your atmospheric river. the core of the deep moisture pointing right at northern california. we could see over a foot of rain. and in some of the foothills of the mountains, that will cause problems. we have seen mudslides. we're looking at potential for flooding across sacramento and napa. some of these watersheds really will be swelling. including parts of nevada. an ongoing issue that we'll be following quite closely and monitoring and updating throughout the show. dan and paula, back over to you. >> some of those roadways are torn up. we'll check back in shortly. thanks, rob. to the suspected gunman in the ft. lauderdale airport shooting. he's facing charges that could carry the weight of death penalty. and we're learning that his gun was confiscated months ago by the fbi but returned shortly thereafter. eva pilgrim is in florida with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, paula. the fbi says they closed their alaska investigation into the
alleged shooter after checking him out, finding no ties to terrorism. but this morning, a lot of questions about what the fbi could have done to prevent this shooting. according to the fbi, the alleged ft. lauderdale international airport shooter came to south florida with one purpose. >> indications are that he came here to carry out this horrific attack. >> reporter: in a criminal complaint, santiago told investigators he planned the attack, purchasing a one-way airline ticket. according to the documents filed in federal court saturday, santiago said he shot the first people he encountered. firing approximately 10 to 15 rounds, aiming at his victims' heads. five killed. among them, michael oehme. hi and hi wife going on a cruise. olga wolterring, also died. she and her husband always goso
on vacation. fbi says his statements were n confirmed by security video. as well as by witnesses stories and cell phone videos. this is not santiago's first encounter with the fbi. in november, the fbi confirming he showed up at the anchorage office with his newborn in the car saying the cia was controlling his mind. >> he broke no laws. there is no indication he was working with any other individuals. when he planned and carried out yesterday's attack. >> reporter: according to the fbi, agents contacted local authorities who took santiago to a mental health facility. the fbi taking the gun at the time. >> on december 8th, the weapon was released to santiago. >> reporter: this morning, the fbi facing tough questions including from santiago's family members. his brother telling abc news the agents should have done more for the 26-year-old iraq war veteran. >> translator: they sent
him to the psychiatric center. and that was it. they failed him. >> reporter: the fbi at this time not saying why santiago chose south florida for this shooting. they do say it's a multistate investigation. they're looking into every place he lived. and everywhere he recently traveled. paula? >> all right, thank you so much for that reporting this morning. that is the big question, why he chose ft. lauderdale. they'll be exploring. >> a lot of questions. a lot of levels. including the gray zone that brad garrett talked about. to politics now. 12 days until the inauguration of donald j. trump. meanwhile, as barack obama gets ready to leave the oval office, he sat down with george stephanopoulos. george will be dedicated an entire episode of "this week" later to the interview. george is here. >> good morning. we spent friday afternoon in the oval office for an hour as the president looked back on his legacy. these are busy times right now. we sat down just moments after the intelligence community released that report concluding that vladimir putin
ordered the interference in our elections. one of the things we talked about was how, earlier in the day, president-elect trump had called all of the focus on russian hacking a political witch hunt. >> we have seen a lot of commentary lately. where there are republicans or pundits, cable commentators, who seem to have more confidence in vladimir putin than fellow americans because the fellow americans are democrats. that cannot be. >> does that include the president-elect? >> uh, well, what i will say is that -- and i said this right after the election. we have to remind ourselves we're on the same team. vladimir putin is not on our team. >> the president being careful. not to call out president-elect trump. he did sound a warning about russia's activities across the board. ramping up their competition with the united states, especially in this area of
cyberwarfare. >> you explored personal terrain. he talked about raising his daughters in the white house. we know that malia is going off to college, harvard. >> they're staying in washington, d.c., for at least another year because sasha is finishing high school. i wanted to ask him. it's so hard to raise kids anywhere. i wondered if being in the white house had been good for those girls. here's what he said. >> i can say is they have turned out to be terrific young women. we were concerned mostly about whether they would develop an attitu attitude. >> why not? yeah. >> and they are -- you know, sweet, kind, funny, smart, respectful people. they treat everybody with respect. it's not just the biases of the parent. we feel pretty good when we hear about it from friends. they still have sleepovers at other houses. parents, oh, you know, malia, she's just so sweet or sasha
helped to pick up the dishes, what is it that you're doing? >> he said the secret service helps enforce his discipline. and the girls didn't always appreciate that. that corridor there is the commute right now. that's the corridor between the residence and the oval office. >> just looking at that atmosphere. in which he's standing. i can't imagine how you would raise children there without instilling in them an attitude. listening to his walking that fine line between criticizing the president-elect and not criticizing him, do you think he'll be a vocal post president? or will he recede? >> i don't think he'll recede. i thing that's pretty clear. we talked a lot about donald trump. he revealed a little bit more about the phone conversations they have been having over the course of the transition. both what has impressed him with donald trump and what he's worried about. he said donald trump's victory has changed what he'll do in the days coming out of the white house. especially activity inside the
democratic party. i think how vocal he'll be will depend on exactly what donald trump does. but i don't think he's going to recede at all. >> i would like to listen to the phone calls between him and donald trump. >> all of us would. george has a big, big show this morning. you can see his full interview with president obama today coming up later on "this week." to ron claiborne checking out the rest of the headlines that we are covering this morning. good morning, ron. >> good morning, dr. paula. dr. dan. >> we're both doctors. >> we're going to be in england, where queen elizabeth made her first public appearance in weeks. the queen attending church this morning at her sandringham estate. prince william and kate also in attendance this morning. a welcome sight for anxious royal watchers after the queen missed the family's christmas and new year's church services because of illness. we turn to syria. no one has come forward to claim responsibility for the country's deadliest attack. since a nationwide cease-fire
brokered by russia and turkey just before the new year. on saturday, more than 40 people were killed. and close to 100 others injured after a car bomb detonated in a busy shopping area. in a town four miles from the syrian-turkish border. and back here in the u.s. thousands of people braved bitter cold in chicago, illinois, to get a ticket to president obama's upcoming farewell speech. the president will speak at the mccormick place convention center on tuesday. the free tickets were given out on a first come, first served basis. free tickets. now, some of them are popping up on sale online for up to $2500. the miracle of capitalism. >> markup. charles manson is reported to be back in a california prison this morning following a reported hospitalization. prison officials not commenting on his condition because of medical privacy laws. "the l.a. times" reported he was taken to a hospital in bakersfield. the 82-year-old is serving a life sentence for the 1969 murders of actress sharon tate
and six others. the sheriff's deputies used an infrared camera to try to rescue a hiker. deep in the woods. in total darkness. you can see the hiker waving, trying to flag down the search helicopter. the chopper was able to lead officers on the ground to the missing woman. and we're told she is now fine. good news. and finally, you think that a winter blast would be good news for a recreational park that offers snowman-building, snow-shooting, and tubing. but actually, no. atlanta's snow mountain posting on their facebook page that snow mountain will be closed tomorrow, january 7th, yesterday, due to snow. >> what? >> we're aware of the irony. the park is set to reopen today. so a snow park closed due to snow. >> what a bummer. >> even if you're a snow park, there's such a thing as too much snow? >> they're used to no snow there i think is the problem. >> it's atlanta. >> yeah, it's atlanta. >> thank you, ron.
appreciate it. out to rob in san francisco, speaking of the weather. what's cooking? >> wel i want to show you what's going on, east coast waking up to a winter wonderland especially along the immediate border there. that will stick around. the windchill are biting to say the least. they are all the way down into de pilla florida. we have freeze warnings along the gulf coast. blinding snow out there, if you have fresh stuff and slick roads no doubt about that. lake-effect snow piles continue to to that up in pennsylvania, ohio and michigan. we have lake effect storm warnings south of buffalo that will continue today. you want good stuff, quiet stuff go to the mid section of the
country. a warming up in dallas. live from the san francisco bay area, now the local forecast check it out. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. the radars are clear, we have a decent amount of sunshine this morning, but it's blustery and cold. as we get you outside we're live at spring mountain. you can see they have the snow guns on. should be delightful conditions for the skiers, but we have a warmup is in the seven-day forecast. 25 today feeling like the single digits. 27 tomorrow, in the 50s by wednesday. unfortunately, over the next couple of days, there's going to be a lot of rain. stormy weather for sure. another update on that in the next half hour. back to you. >> we need you back in new york, though, because ron has been pining for you. he hasn't been the same since you left. >> he misses me, doesn't he?
>> he does. >> i miss you, rob. i miss you, rob. >> we just had a moment, ladies and gentlemen. >> it's in the prompter. >> if i saw his face, i know he wouldn't be serious. >> all right, thank you, rob. you know what we're going to be missing soon is college football. tomorrow night's the big game. the national championship game. alabama taking on clemson in a rematch of last year's title game. we're calling on jesse palmer for more on how these two teams stack up. good morning from sunny tampa. looks much warmer than here in new york. okay, jesse. what do you think the key for both teams will be in this game? >> first off, it's 35 degrees right now here in raymond james stadium. not much warmer than new york city. i think defense is a huge key in this game tomorrow for both of these teams. i think for alabama, they have to do great job of getting pressure on deshaun watson. clemson's quarterback. i think in the secondary, alabama has to be great in man-to-man coverage situations against a good wide receiving
group from clemson, led by mike williams. for clemson, their defensive line has to dominate. they have to slow down alabama's rushing attack. and force true freshman quarterback jalen hurts to beat them. i think this is going be a much lower scoring game. than the one we saw last year. >> speaking of last year, bama won 45-40. it was a pretty wild one. what are the differences between last year and this? >> for creme -- clemson, i think just confidence. last year was unchartered waters for them. that was the first time in national championship game under head coach dabo swinney. that was a game that nobody gave them a chance to win. you mentioned it. they played extremely well. they only lost the game by five points. they have key players that played in that game last year back this year. for alabama, a lot of question marks. a lot of it surrounds their quarterback, jalen hurts.
only a freshman, right out of high school. how does he handle the pressure? a little over a week ago, they changed the offensive coordinator. the play caller. so steve sarkisian in, lane kiffin out. how does that change the offense? there's some intriguing storylines. >> dan is going send you hand warmers for the chilly weather there in tampa. >> i'm canadian. i'm getting a tan out here. i'm laughing. >> all right, jesse. we know you have a busy week on espn. a reminder. the national championship game tomorrow night, 8:00 eastern on espn, at raymond james stadium. there in tampa. the game is also streaming live on the espn app or watchespn. it's going to be a great game. coming up, much more on the breaking news. the truck ramming into a crowd of people in jerusalem. now being called a deadly terrorist attack. we'll have an update after the break. plus, kicking off hollywood's award season tonight with the golden globes. we'll take a look at the top contenders and who could have
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>> it is 8:27 on this sunday morning, i'm gray hall. sky6 live hd is looking live at a bitterly cold atlantic city new jersey. temperatures are well below freezing there and all across the area. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast details. >> reporter: blustery and cold, temperatures in the teens, the windchills are in the single digits above zero or below
depending on your location. 25 today feeling like the single digits all day long. sun and clouds, maybe a flurry north and west. monday, cold, 27. tuesday we pull out of it. look at wednesday, from wednesday on, the 50s and maybe the 60s arrive by friday. >> sounds good. "action news" continues in 30 minutes, i'm gray hall, stay tuned for more "good morning america." hey, how's it going? um... who are you? i'm val. the orange money retirement squirrel from voya. i represent the money you save for the future. see? we're putting away acorns to show the importance of being organized. that's smart. who's he? he's the green money you can spend now. what's up? oh you know, gonna pay some bills, maybe buy a new tennis racket. tennis racket for a squirrel? he's got a killer backhand.
welcome back to "gma." on a sunday morning. we're following the breaking news out of jerusalem. >> israeli police say that a truck rammed into a crowd of soldiers. we're getting word there are reports of fatalities. molly hunter is at the scene and joins us on the phone. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, paula. that's right. we're at the scene of the truck ramming earlier today that police with now calling a terrorist attack. the scene at this point is on complete lockdown. we can still see the truck. it's on the scene. it's a mercedes truck. with bullet holes in the windshield. four people were killed. three people were trapped underneath the truck hen it hopped the curb and ran into a crowd of soldiers. one person was hit head on. at least 15 people have been taken to the hospital after they
were loaded into ambulances. 50 people were treated for shock on the scene. we know the crowd of soldiers was huge. we think about 100 people at least had just gotten off the bus when the truck driver happened to be driving by, saw the crowd of soldiers and plowed into them. he describes the actual moment of the attack as mayhem. it was hard to triage and figure out who was injured and who wasn't because it was such chaos. >> thank you, molly. >> for more on this, let's go the a phone call from jerusalem right now. noga turnapolsky. you live a mile away. can you tell us what you heard and what you saw? >> yes, absolutely. good morning. initially, i had just walked out of a pharmacy. i heard what i thought was a car crash.
a crunch, a boom, then people screaming within seconds. within a very short period of time, i think also measured in seconds, we started to be swarmed by emergency vehicles. everything from regular ambulances, to police ambulances, big cars carrying horses for mounted police. i was there for about 45 minutes. >> you said you couldn't move. you were stuck on the corner. you're also part of a what's up group with the local police there and you said you received a notification and that police presence, it was very clear to you early on that this was a terrorist attack. why? >> well, it had all of the signs of a terror attack. it was not, for example, a truck that had attempted to, you know, brake and skidded or something. it's a bright, warm, sunny day. there's no ice on the ground. what we found out very quickly within minutes while standing there, actually, initially from
people walking by and then from the police blotter is that the truck -- it seemed to be opportunistic. from those who saw it first on. the truck saw the soldiers getting off the bus. switched directions. like, swerved. ran directly into them, backed up, and then came back on to them. that's one of the reasons there are so many pounded. it seems pretty clear. the police from the beginning assigned it as an apparent attack and then a terror attack. >> we're glad you're okay. we appreciate you calling in to us. we want to tell our viewers we'll be tracking the breaking news throughout the day. right here on abc news and abcnews.c abcnews.com. noga, thank you again. >> thank you. >> thank you, noga. to a shocking shooting that was all caught on camera. a u.s. state department employee wounded in mexico. >> look at the video. you can clearly see the gunman taking aim. the bullet piercing the windshield of the car. gloria riviera has more. >> reporter: a cold-blooded
murder attempt caught on camera. an unidentified shooter opening fire on a u.s. state department employee. in guadalajara. now the suspect of an international manhunt. >> many people don't understand the danger that many of our diplomats around the world are in every day. many countries where our diplomats serve are quite dangerous. >> reporter: the fbi offering $20,000 to help identify the unknown assailant. seen here, seemingly stalking his victim. 31-year-old christopher ashcraft just before the shooting. mexican police releasing this surveillance video on saturday. just moments after he walks away, the suspected shooter follows him outside. police say that same man, seen here making his way through a nearby parking lot, then walked over to this security gate. the suspect is seen waiting for ashcraft to drive up. he pulls a handgun from his pocket. fires a shot through the windshield. then flees the scene. >> it clearly was targeted towards this individual.
the shooter twoept this place with the intent to shoot. >> reporter: the bullet hitting ashcraft in the shoulder. according to the attorney general's office, ashcraft is in stable condition and under protection at a local hospital. this is not the first time american officials have been targeted in mexico. in 2010, a consulate employee and her husband were gunned down while driving near the border. and in 2011, an immigration official was killed after being stopped at a fake military checkpoint. ashcraft is recovering at a local hospital. a mexican official has called this a direct attack. but at this time, authorities do not have a motive. the state department says the safety of employees overseas is a top priority. it's working closely with mexico to track down that shooter. dan? paula? >> a wild story. thank you, gloria. let's check the weather. a lot cooking in the weather department. rob is in san francisco, where some -- what did you call it? an atmospheric river is hi
we are getting reports of flash flooding in sonoma county. reports will accelerate throughout the day. interstate 9 is blocked. public utility had to clear the roads. the snow levels will come up slowly today, avalanche danger very, very high. it will drop down and well goat a nice swath of snow for california and the midwest. that's a look at the national headlines, now the local forecast, check it out. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. frigid weather, temperatures in the 20s, windchills in the single digits. sun and clouds, feeling like 5 to 10.
and they're, unfortunately, licking their sports wounds after losing, the oakland raiders, last night. they have the warriors to look forward to the rest of the basketball season. this rain putting a damper on spirits as well. back to you. >> the warriors are not a bad consolation prize, i would say. >> but ron is not happy about having his raiders dissed on national television. >> you'll get over it, ronny. >> get back inside. stay dry. coming up on "gma," the awards season kicking off in hollywood tonight with the golden globes. who are the favorites, the long shots? what does it all mean for the cult minination of the season, the oscars? >> it's a deep question. and kim kardashian breaking her silence on the frightening paris robbery. what she's saying about it. coming up in "pop news" with diane. ♪ look at you, saving money on your medicare part d prescriptions. at walgreens we make it easy for you to seize the day by helping you get more out of life and medicare part d.
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♪ it's a scene from "la la land." just one of the many contenders at tonight's golden globes. where the champagne flows freely and the speeches can be unpredictable. >> that's the reason to watch. they go off the rails, kind of like we're doing right now. the night could foreshadow who takes home the biggest prize of
the year, oscar. and abc's chris connelly joins us from los angeles with a preview this morning. hi, chris. >> reporter: hi, good morning, dan and paula. a bit of a paradox. tonight's golden globes will be a star-studded, laughter-filled, wildly festive affair. that is expected to honor some of the most depressing film performances of 2016. the thing is, a lot of those are really good. kind of sad. >> you don't think my joke was funny? >> reporter: really amazingly sad. >> and i will walk to the cathedral with the casket. >> reporter: and so sad, you could just -- well -- >> my heart was broken. i know yours is broken, too. >> reporter: when it comes to favorites at the 2017 golden globes, grief is good. take natalie portman, best actress drama nominated for her post november 22, 1963, portrayal of a newly widowed jacqueline kennedy. >> jack, jack, can you hear me? >> reporter: and casey affleck,
said to have the inside track for his work in the emotionally harrowing "manchester by the sea." >> you to want to be his guardian? >> reporter: also with a shot as best motion picture drama. positioning it as one of oscar's top contenders. together with the magnificent "moonlight" and a cheery musical soaked in the sun. "la la land." and its two leads, ryan gosling and emma stone. looking like the class of the field in the globes' three musical or comedy categories. with a best actress challenge from annette bening and career honoree meryl streep. in "florence foster jenkins." >> that seemed perfect to me. >> reporter: viola davis getting the early buzz. in supporting actress. >> i gave 18 years of my life to stand in the same spot as you. >> reporter: everyone's been loving mahershala ali's efforts in "moonlight."
fine films all. none of them yet close to a $100 million smash. at awards shows these day, if you want to find a big hit movie, you have to look in the animation categories. where "moana" and "zootopia" are found. >> i got dibs. >> officer hops, i'm in pursuit. whoo! >> reporter: remember, the globes are not necessarily the best oscar predictor. winners for the oscars last year left the globes empty handed. dan, paula? >> i didn't remember that. he's a font of hollywood trivia. chris, thank you very much. we'll talk about this throughout the season with you, chris. thank you. coming up on "gma," your parenting resolutions for the new year. how to be the happiest mom you know. that's the title of a new book. in our weekend download. >> or the happiest dad. to reach my goals. so i liked when my doctor told me that i may reach my blood sugar and a1c goals by activating what's within me with once-weekly trulicity. trulicity is not insulin.
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season of "keeping up with the kardashians" you can see her tearfully talk about the night masked men bound and gagged her in her paris hotel room and then stole her jewelry. she set off a social media storm with family photos. everything she posts breaks an internet record. you can bet a lot of people will be tuning in to hear more about what happened in the hoe 2e8 -- hotel room in paris. on a lighter note. good romantic news about a vacation for prince harry and meghan markle. the sun reports harry planned a secret getaway in norway. they reportedly stayed in a remote cab within breath-taking mountain views. they were hoping to see the northern lights. some reporting this is a very nice spot to propose perhaps. they've only been dating for a few months. we'll hold off on the peer pressure for now. in a recent interview, meghan did reveal she can't wait to start family.
but quickly added, in due time. >> but due time is tomorrow. >> perhaps. in utah, a mother of quadruplets summed up parenting in about 30 seconds. >> oh, no. >> mom desperately needed a treat to get through the rest of the night. so i'm hiding in the pantry. see. >> brilliant. >> hi. hi. >> hi. >> they'll find you. >> busted. >> that was her point. ashley gardner's husband was apparently shoveling snow. she needed a moment of peace. she hid in the pantry. clearly her daughters were not far behind. in case anyone wants to get judgey. ashley and her husband have four 2-year-olds. they had two sets of identical twins at the same time. so you can't exactly blame her. >> i was actually -- i was trying to take a shower last night. i could hear through the running water, the pounding on the door of my 2-year-old. daddy. >> they have this outpouring of parents responding, saying i totally relate to this every time i try to go to the
bathroom. >> my friend hid in the bathtub. her kids couldn't find her for ten minutes. it's a great place to hide. >> the last place they want to go. >> if you have four 2-year-olds, you'll hide anywhere. cardboard box, great. i'll lay in that for a little while. >> thank you, diane. we'll be right back here next weekend. coming up soon, george with the interview with president obama. see you soon. >> good morning, i'm gray hall alongside, alicia vitarelli coming up on "action news" sunday morning. we're following developing news, police make an arrest in the gruesome murder of a montgomery county teenager. plus relief from e-mails and text messages and social media, how a digital recharge can help you. >> reporter: we have dangerous cold temperatures across the
murder of a montgomery county teenager. a south jersey apartment building goes up in flames sending dozens of people into the frigid night air. plus, deep freeze we're waking up to very, very cold temperatures, but guess what? there's a warmup in the week ahead. >> meteorologist chris sowers here with a look at the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: the next couple of days are really, really cold, but there's a huge warmup in the seven-day forecast chill share with you later in the broadcast. let's get you outdoors, this is atlantic city, this is a familiar scene from yesterday, south and east, 5 to 6 inches. some areas picked up 8 and 9 inches of fresh powered. of course with all the snow on the ground, winds shifting out of the northwest, now the temperatures have dropped off a cliff. 16 degrees in philadelphia. trenton, 15. these are the actual air