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tonight here, breaking news. the chilling video now revealed, the deadly police shooting in charlotte. you can hear the wife's plea right on it. >> don't shoot him! he didn't do anything. >> it is the family's video. tonight, why authorities are refusing to release their own. also tonight, the narrow escape in new york city. the pedestrians, kicking one of those bombs, placed right on the sidewalk. they had no idea. and tonight, how authorities now believe the suspect got those bombs into the city. the school bus crash late today, flipping over. pictures coming in now. three days to the debate. who was seen walking into trump tower? and, hillary clinton. the reality star and billionaire who now says he will be in the front row for her. and, the first lady's passport hacked, and 500 million personal e-mail accounts. tonight here, the new warning. what authorities want you to do, and it's more than your
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good evening. we begin tonight with the chilling video from charlotte. not seen until today. the wife recording as her husband was shot and killed by police. >> keith! keith! don't you do it. [ bleep ]. did you shoot him? did you shoot him? >> there have been two very different accounts. the city tonight bracing for protests. after demonstrations have already turned violent and deadly. and now this new video sparking outrage tonight. eva pilgrim is in charlotte. >> he has no weapon. don't shoot him. >> reporter: tonight, keith scott's wife begging charlotte police not to shoot her husband. >> don't shoot him. he didn't do anything. >> drop the gun! >> reporter: officers, gun drawn, move in on scott's truck. >> he doesn't have a gun.
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you guys. he just took his medicine. >> drop the gun! >> reporter: she's pleading with her husband to get out of his truck. >> keith, don't let them break the windows. come on out the car. >> drop the gun! >> keith! don't do it. >> drop the gun! >> keith, get out the car. keith! keith! don't you do it! don't you do it! keith! >> drop the gun! >> keith! keith! don't you do it! [ shots ] [ bleep ] >> did you shoot him? did you shoot him? >> reporter: scott's wife in disbelief. >> he better not be [ bleep ] dead. he better not be [ bleep ] dead. i'm not going to come near you. i'm going to record, though. >> back up! >> i'm not coming near you. i'm going to record, though. he better be alive because i -- you better be alive. how about that? >> reporter: rakeyia scott documenting it all on her cell phone, her husband motionless on the ground. >> these are the police officers that shot my husband, and he better live.
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that's okay. did you all call the police? i mean, did you all call an ambulance? >> reporter: just minutes earlier, keith scott was sitting in a parking lot waiting for his son's school bus when officers in the neighborhood arrive to serve a search warrant on someone else. for days, protesters and scott's family have called on the police to release officer bodycam and dash cam of the shooting. charlotte's police chief arguing the video doesn't answer all the questions and shouldn't be released during the investigation. >> if i were to put it out indiscriminately and it doesn't give you good context, it can inflame the situation and make it even worse. it will exacerbate the backlash. it will increase the distrust. >> reporter: the family who has seen the police video says it's not clear what was in keith scott's hand. but the police department says scott was armed, and tha image taken after the shooting
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but from the other angle, this video shows what may be that same object, far from the body, raising more questions than it answers. late today, president obama on the growing tensions. >> if we join hands and if we do things right, if we maintain our dignity, and we continue to appeal to the better angels of this nation, progress will be made. >> and eva pilgrim joins us now from the scene of the shooting. i want to get back to something in the v we heard keith scott's wife mention tbi, traumatic brain injury? >> reporter: that's right, david. you heard her mention brain injury and something about medication. the family tells us scott suffered a brain injury last year, and sometimes he stuttered and forgot what he said. tonight, the investigation has
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and the city of charlotte once again has a midnight curfew. david? >> eva, thank you. and we are also learning more about the female police officer charged with first-degree manslaughter in tulsa. officer betty shelby is free on bail, charged after the nation saw this video, a father with his hands in the air. he was shot and killed. clayton sandell with the case being made by prosecutors, saying the officer escalated the confrontation. >> reporter: the shocking moment that ended terence crutcher's life -- >> shots fired! >> reporter: -- has also tonight turned betty shelby from police officer to defendant, surrendering on manslaughter charges overnight before being released on a $50,000 bond. >> officer shelby, although now charged, is presumed to be innocent, until a judge or a jury determines otherwise. >> reporter: prosecutors say shelby became "emotionally involved to the point that she
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>> reporter: she says she fired when crutcher reached inside his car window. but attorneys for crutcher's family not only believe that window was up, they point out shelby had already checked for a weapon, a point conceded by the officer's own attorney. >> she cautiously checked the driver's side, the back seat and then the front seat. >> reporter: the family says that means even if the car window was down, the officer should have known there was no gun inside. david, tulsa police still aren't saying whether they believe that window was up or down. if officer shelby is convicted, she is facing four years to life in prison. david? >> clayton, thank you. and disturbing video in new york city after the bombs were placed here.
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the bombs without knowing it. here's the video. people walking by, kicking the pressure cooker before the other bomb exploded in chelsea. and now, we've learned how investigators believe the suspect got his bomb into new york city. on the train. here's linzie janis. >> reporter: tonight, this new surveillance video showing the unexploded pressure cooker, one man even kicking it. authorities have scoured the footage, looking for clues and witnesses, including the moment the suspected bomber plants the device. tonight, abc news receiving information that police now believe ahmad rahami took the train into manhattan, carrying the explosive devices from new jersey. and now more questions about whether authorities missed a crucial warning two years ago. the alleged bomber's father repeating claims he told the fbi about his son's apparent radicalization after a trip to pakistan and afghanistan. mohammad rahami telling the associated press, "i found a change in his personality. his mind was not the same. he had become bad." the fbi saying it did follow up in 2014, but mr. rahami recanted
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and david, tonight, the fbi still unable to question rahami himself. he remains in the hospital, in critical condition. david? >> linzie, thank you. we are tracking a severe storm threat from texas all the way north. two confirmed ef-1 tornadoes in utah. this one in washington terrace. heavy rain in the midwest. the system is moving east at this hour. let's get right to rob marciano. tracking it all. rob? >> that storm spawning the tornadoes in utah is on the move. severe thunderstorm watches in eastern wyoming, nebraska, south dakota. by tomorrow, storms expected from minnesota to texas. and for california, our first santa ana wind event. going to peak on sunday, hot, dry winds over 50 miles per hour, fire watch posted. in the east, summerlike heat is over, a fall cool coming this
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three days now until the big first debate on abc. it's expected 100 million people could watch hillary clinton and donald trump. tonight, who was seen coming to trump tower to help? also this evening, another billionaire and reality star, mark cuban, revealing he will be sitting in the front row to root for clinton. it comes amid a new poll showing clinton leading trump by eight points nationally. the battleground tight in ohio and florida. cecilia vega with new reporting, the strategies on both sides to get at their opponent. >> reporter: when donald trump takes that debate stage, hillary clinton won't be the only rival staring him down. her campaign offering a coveted ticket to another reality show billionaire. >> you got a deal done. i'm out. i'm out. >> reporter: "shark tank"'s mark cuban, right there in the front row, taunting trump. >> i'll sit where they sit me and enjoy the moment. let's put it this way, if he came on "shark tank," i wouldn't make the investment. >> reporter: team trump, unimpressed.
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donald trump? she's trying to populate the audience, i suppose, with people who may rattle donald trump. good luck with that. >> reporter: with just three days to go, clinton's campaign is trying to get under trump's skin, today releasing this new ad using trump's own words on women. >> i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. >> reporter: it's the same subject that threw trump off-course in his very first debate. >> you've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs. >> reporter: today trump's campaign laying the groundwork for a more serious image, revealing his potential supreme court picks, unlike the first list of all white candidates. this one includes a latino and an african-american judge. trump also receiving an endorsement from his old rival, ted cruz. monday's debate will be trump's 12th, and he says he doesn't want to overprepare. >> i have seen people prepare so much that they get up there, and they get lockjaw, they can't speak.
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down in trump tower. former new york mayor rudy giuliani leading the strategy session. >> let's have the american people for once actually see a person actually be themselves rather than coached and manipulated. >> reporter: no mock debates, just rapid-fire questions, and reviewing video of clinton's past performances. clinton, a veteran debater with more than 40 under her belt, is holding mock debates, immersing herself in briefing books, and studying her opponent. >> and cecilia vega with us live tonight. both donald trump and hillary clinton prepping for the debates. clinton has present the past two days in prep. but the clinton campaign announcing she will travel to charlotte on sunday, the day before the debate? >> reporter: north carolina, a battleground state. this is also aimed at reaching a core group for her, african-american voters. but no doubt this is part debate strategy.
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night. david? >> cecilia, thank you. overseas to syria, a little girl rescued from a collapsed building, destroyed in an air strike. the 5-year-old covered in dust and blood, recovering in the hospital tonight. her family, including three sisters and a brother, reportedly among dozens killed, with the cease fire crumbling. back at home, new developments in the massive hack attack. and as we're on the air, we've learned that authorities now suspect russian hackers were behind the 500 million personal e-mail accounts that have been hacked. and we've learned that first lady michelle obama's passport online. here's pierre thomas, with the new warning, experts want you to change more than just your password. >> reporter: tonight, a half billion yahoo customers, many in the u.s., coping with the stunning hack. those passwords, dates of birth, even security questions and
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worse. yahoo says that the cyberattack was state-sponsored. it comes as brazen hackers posted that scan of michelle obama's passport online. the fbi is also investigating that case. the critical question now, how do average people protect themselves? >> they're worried that people will throw up their hands and say there's nothing that we can do. it's not hopeless at the individual level. >> reporter: change your password, and don't use the same one for other accounts. change your security answers, and make them more difficult. and employ security protection software, make sure it's up to date and always running. something many consumers don't do. >> attackers count on the fact that people don't patch and update their systems. >> pierre is with us live. your source is telling you we now believe russian hackers are behind this? >> reporter: yes, authorities suspect the russians are behind this massive attack. this comes on the heels of
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and the story is only getting bigger. >> pierre, thank you. and president obama making good on his threat to veto the 9/11 bill. the president rejecting the measure that would allow the family and survivors of 9/11 victims to sue the government of saudi arabia. the president is concerned it may open the u.s. up to similar lawsuits. congress is expected to override the veto. there's still much more ahead on "world news tonight." a scary moment in the skies. the passenger plane caught in the cross-winds on the approach. what this pilot does next, you'll see it right here. incredible. also, the school bus crash late today. the bus flipping over, students inside. the pictures coming in now. we have more on that. and we sure needed this tonight. the pint-sized lions fan who got a great, big bear hug. it's "america strong." and watch this. what happens next. headed to the field. and watch this. what happens next. headed to the field.
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next tonight, a school bus crash late today outside houston. the bus flipping with students inside. here's david kerley. >> reporter: a terrifying ride home tonight for 50 middle and high school students. >> all units on scene. school bus rollover. multiple patients. >> reporter: the houston area bus veering off the road, flipping to its side. >> a kid said, watch out to the bus driver. because it appeared she wasn't paying attention. then it just started gliding through the road. >> reporter: 13 students and the bus driver taken to the hospital, no life-threatening injuries. this bus was not equipped with seat belts, and we've seen what can happen in a rollover accident. the federal government has changed its longstanding position, now calling for school bus seat belts. we've been hearing the opposite for decades. >> seat belts save lives. and three-point belts should be on every school bus. >> reporter: it's up to local
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far, only a half dozen states have done so. >> david, thank you. and when we come back. the sideways landing. the plane caught in dangerous crosswinds. what the pilot does next. we'll be right back. plane caug crosswinds. when we come back, what the pilot does next. we'll be right back. just 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses. stelara? may lower your ability to fight infections some serious infections require hospitalization. before treatment, get tested for tuberculosis. before starting stelara? tell your doctor if you think you have an infection or have symptoms such as: fever, sweats, chills, muscle aches or cough. always tell your doctor if you have any signs of infection, have had cancer, if you develop any new skin growths or if anyone in your house needs or has recently received a vaccine. alert your doctor of new or worsening problems, including headaches, seizures, confusion and vision problems these may be signs of a rare, potentially fatal brain condition. some serious allergic reactions can occur.
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to the "index" of other news. the world's largest passenger plane landing in a dangerous crosswind. the frightening moments caught on camera. the emirates airbus a380 making its approach to manchester airport in england when heavy winds caused the plane to violently sway. the pilot then executing what is called a crab landing, coming in from the side there to then hit the landing strip. incredible work. and an historic opening to report. the national museum of african-american history and culture officially opens to the public tomorrow in the nation's capitol after a four-year construction seen in this earthcam timelapse. among the items visitors can see -- a dress stitched by rosa parks. an iconic michael jackson fedora. and headgear worn by boxing legend muhammad ali. and the little football fan
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finally tonight here, our person of the week. the new school year is now well under way. but in many classrooms around this country, if you look closely, you will discover some em tonight, here, one principal with a mission to change that. and it turns out she has. our person of the week. it's morning in st. louis, missouri. just over the bridge, past the arch. the principal, dr. gunn, with her students. many of those smiles were missing when she took over as principal of gibson elementary just two years ago. absenteeism, an epidemic. so she went door to door in her community to find out why.
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students were feeling like, i can't come to school because my clothes weren't clean. >> reporter: no clean clothes. she started hearing it over and over. >> we have a washer and dryer at home. it's just that our electricity was shut off. >> we had no clean clothes because we only had a little bit of money and we used that money for food. >> reporter: so dr. gunn had an idea. she got in touch with whirlpool, asking for help. they immediately said yes, donating washers and dryers to gibson ele >> they want you to put as much clothes as you can fit in a bag and then they have you bring them to the school. then they wash them. >> reporter: volunteers, parents, cleaning clothes at school for free. and in just one year, after 2,300 loads of laundry, attendance shot up 90%. >> they went from kind of being embarrassed to this confidence level of, look at me read. >> i feel like nothing can stop me.
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now starting what they call the "care counts program," now in more than 30 schools. hundreds more interested. >> principals will say, "well how did you get this?" i'm just like, "ask." "just ask." you have to look at one thing that we can do to make a difference and immediately show change because that is when people know that you are listening to them. >> and so we choose principal melody gunn, our person of the week. confidence. we love it. thank you for watching on a friday. i'm david muir. i hope to see you right back here monday night. good night. been blasted by highr the past day or so. a few gusts were so strong.. if something wasn't secured to the ground.. it may have gotten airborne.
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did... to part of a home... in logandale. this video is short.. but... it gives you an idea.... how powerful the winds have been. so.. are we finished? let's go to.... 13 first alert.... chief meteorologist bryan scofield in the weather center.. tracking the latest... going into the weekend. a man has laid down his
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centennial hills neighborhood. we first told you about his and alarm.. so tonight.. he says he will 'stand down.' 13 action news reporter bryan callahan is live near elkhorn and the 95 with more on these new developments. 24 hours after our story ran, conor climo said it's over, he's done. about an hour ago asking people to move on.. he already told us earlier in the day that he was no longer going to be carrying his gun. but in the video he says he's giving up his neighborhood watch completely, saying it will go no further. instead -- he says he'll join a more mainstream watch program. as for his time in the military, climo addressed that in the video, saying he was discharged after failing the personal fitness test.

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