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good morning, america. breaking rite now, a mass i have category 3 hurricane makes a direct hit overnight, battering a popular tourist destination and trapping americans. winds over 125 miles an hour. torrential rain. as a massive wildfire explodes overnight in california. new this morning, ray rice fighting back against the nfl, as another star player is sidelined after surrendering to police on child abuse charges. and calls escalate for commissioner roger goodell to step down now. and fans rebel against a league in crisis. the crackdown right now to combat the growing terror threat from isis here at home. after another brutal excuse and the latest on the search for hostages still in isiss' hands.
♪ it feels good to be strong look who's back? >> i promise, it's me. >> the unbelievable story of a 10-year-old boy beating the odds. it's the "motivate me monday" story that only tim with bring. he's joining us live. the newest member of our team. >> thank you so much. good morning, america. and good morning, america. good morning, tim tebow. so great to have him as part of the team. >> if we only had a company flag football team. tim on offense, strahan on defense. >> put him at quarterback. >> a lot of breaking news this morning. we begin with the monster storm making landfall, slamming the hugely popular mexican resort area of cabo san lucas.
dropping up to 18 inches of rain. rob marciano is tracking the huge storm, in for ginger this morning. good morning, rob. >> good morning. a distinct eye as it slams the baja peninsula. this is the strongest hurricane to make landfall anywhere and the strongest on the baja. last night, cabo took a direct hit. overnight, hurricane odile making landfall on mexico's baja peninsula. waves battering the resort town of los cabos. category 3 storm blowing out walls of windows in this hotel. spanning 600 miles across. hurricane-force winds extend 50 miles from the center. churning up deadly surf. mexican authorities setting up emergency shemters to hold up to 30,000 people, many of them american tourists.
>> i thought, is part of the building falling off? the vibration was intense on the building. it felt like earthquakes. >> reporter: two of those tourists, christina and nate from france were celebrating nate's 40th birthday when they had to take shelter in the hilton hotel bathroom. >> we could feel the air pressure change. and knew something was going to happen. >> reporter: a number of americans tried to get out before the storm hit. only to find there were no outgoing flights. >> we booked a he tell room so we could be at the airport anytime there might be a flight going. >> this is still a category 3 storm. still winds of 115 miles an hour. here's the forecast track. it will diminish in intensity. arizona in the forecast cone. i can't remember when the last time was that happened. they'll get tropical moisture. arizona and new mexico have seen more impact on hurricanes than
florida or the carolinas this year. >> astonishing. thank you, rob. now to the wild first burning out west. ravaging hundreds of acres. aditi roy sis on the scene. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is one of the homes completely decimated by the fire. i'm standing in what was once the porch of this home. these chairs, among the few things left intact. this storm forced more than 1,000 people to leave their home. the courtney wildfire consumed 320 acres overnight and flet tletenning as many as 400 structures. more than 20 already destroyed. these cars and homes, scorched. >> the frequency is disturbing. we just had the fire last week. >> reporter: spreading to highways, bringing the traffic to the stand still. >> i'm not going through that. >> reporter: 11 crews tackling
the flames from the ground and sky. dropping relief to prevent further damage. >> the 100-degree temperatures are aiding in the spread of the fire, along with the winds we're getting. >> reporter: close to 400 firefighters racing to extinguish the blaze. only 20% contained. the conditions not helping matters. >> that's the entire subdivision there in the middle of the smoke right now. >> reporter: just north in el dorado county, firefighters struggling to contain the king fire, more than 2500 acres and threatening 500 homes. that blaze only 10% contained. here in oakhurst, this gutter that was one on the roof is now charred on the ground. officials believe someone started the courtney fire. they're not sure if it was intentional or accidental. george and robin, back to you. now to the nfl. the league's off-the-field problems overshadowing sunday's
games. ray rice expected to appeal his suspension this morning. and adrian peterson is now under fire. benched sunday after being bookd on a child abuse charge. ryan smith with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, robin. breaking overnight, according to our sister network, espn, ray rice plans to appeal his indefinite suspension handed down by the nfl after the brutal video of the football star attacking his now wife sent shock waves around the country. another big star with issues. >> kaepernick throws for a touchdown. >> reporter: nfl commissioner roger goodell visibly absent during game day on sunday. the calls for him to step down loud and clear. a national women's rights group flying this baern over sunday's game. goodell must go. doctored ads like this one going viral this morning. an nfl cover girl model with a photo-shopped black eye.
and the same message, want goodell out. the calls for action coming on the heels of the brutal ray rice video and now a new scandal. adrian peterson. the former nfl mvp and one of the nfl's biggest stars surrendering to police saturday charged with one count of injury to a child, after police say he repeatedly spanked his 4-year-old son with a branch. >> we take all allegations of abuse against children very seriously. >> reporter: in a statement, peterson's attorney said his client was disciplining his child. saying, adrian never intended to harm his son and deeply regrets the unintentional injury. the vikings deactivating peterson for sunday's gape. espn reports the team could make an announcement about his future as early as today. but figures from across the sports landscape want goodell to act, too. >> take them off the dag gone field. as a man, that's the only thing we really respect. we don't represent no women!
we don't respect no kids! the only thing roger and them do, take them off the field. thauz they respect that! >> this has been a terrible week for the nfl. the ball is in roger goodell's court. he needs to lead. >> reporter: peterson has not yet entered a plea or commented. he did tweet biblical references to judgment sunday. and another scandal looming. greg hardy deactivated by the carolina panthers following his july conviction for domestic violence. adrian peterson's next hearing is in the coming weeks with a trial expected to take place next year. if convicted, he faces up to two years in prison. robin? >> thank you. and dan abrams joins us. as we're talking about the possibility of this going to trial with peterson, could take months, maybe a year. it could boil down to the personal experiences of those on the jury? >> it's a fuzzy legal standard as to what crosses the line
between acceptable corporal punishment. it's not just allowed in texas. they have pretty permissive laws about it there. when does it cross the line into being criminal negligence? the standard is blurry or fuzzy. should there have been an expectation that something would happen? et cetera. who is on the jury becomes crucial. you have a very different case in a place like texas rather than massachusetts. >> in texas they're a little more lenient when it comes to corporal punishment. >> yes, both in the law and practically in terms of people on the jury. it will not only depend on what state it's in but exactly who you're getting on the jury, where they're coming from. if the case goes to trial, there will be a lot of little battles when it comes to jury selection. >> the nfl doesn't have to wait until the trial? >> absolutely not. some people saying let's let
this play out. let's let the criminal justice system do its job. the nfl doesn't have to wait. they can look at the evidence that they see now, they can take whatever action they want to now. and by just deactivating him, they're saying, we haven't made a decision yet on what's going to happen. >> you alluded to ray rice, the possibility of him appealing. it looks like he's going to indeed do that. normally, the commissioner hears the appeal. >> part of his appeal is with regard to what roger goodell was told. was -- did he know? and so, to say roger goodell is now going to decide the appeal -- i think you'll see goodell and the nfl have someone else come in. there will be changes in the system. >> all right, thank you so much, dan. now to the war against isis. the u.s. looking for ways to rescue hostages held by the militant group after a third captive was executed over the
weekend. brian ross is here with the latest. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, george. it's a race against time to try to somehow find the remaining hostages. the attorney general said there will be a crackdown on americans who try to travel to syria to try to join isis. acknowledging the administration hasn't done enough yet to stop the problem. >> we must be innovative and aggressive in countering violent extremism. we can, and we must do even more. >> reporter: this morning, intelligence analysts are poring over this latest video, showing the execution of 44-year-old british aid worker david haines. the masked man was also the reported executioner of the two american journalists based on voice comparisons. and now of a fellow countryman. >> this british man has to pay the price. >> people across this country will have been sickened by the fact that it could have been a
british citizen. a british citizen who could have carried out this unspeakable act. >> reporter: h araines, the mard father two of children was kidnapped a year and half ago. his grieving brother said haines was the victim of religious extremis extremism. >> my family and i stand with our arms open to welcome those of any faith. >> reporter: this latest execution comes as u.s. drones are flying over the area. isis may be trying to hide a new location they have moved to. a the stark desert setting in the new video is different from the previous videos. none of the distinguishing road, rock, and plant backgrounds visible before. the u.s. is still looking for way to mount a second rescue attempt. he had few specifics on "this week" about the broader u.s. fl plans in what is called the war
against isis. >> is there a limit to u.s. troops you will send to iraq? >> i'm not in a position to tell you limits one way or the other. >> he said he things the president's plan will be effective against isi sirks ultimately. will it be soon enough for the two young american being held. let's go to amy with the other top stories. >> we begin with the investigation into the safety defect in millions of general motors vehicles. we're expected to learn today about more deaths tied the that problem. gm blaming 13 crash deaths on the faulty switches. experts believe the number is higher. the attorney overseeing the victim's compensation fund will reveal who is eligible for the compensation. "the new york times" reporting the national highway safety administration has been slow to identify problems such as the gm defect and sticky gas
pedals in toy yoet tas and has a history of deferring to car companies. president obama is expanding the fight on ebola. he's expected to commit military resources, doctors, and health care workers. hillary clinton visited iowa sunday for the first time since 2008 when she was trounced in the caucuses there. this time, she was there for a midterm election fund-raiser where she admitted she is thinking about running for president. a big headache for two airlines. air france and lufthansa pilots are set to walk off the job. a transformer problem is blamed for causing a power outage that shut down the rides at fix flags in new jersey.
some people were stranded in the air for 20 minutes. a thrilling comeback spoiled a big party in the san francisco bay area yesterday. the bears scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter, beating the 49ers 28-20 in the debut of their new stadium. the bigger shocker was in san diego. the champion seahawks were upset by the chargers. it happened. yes. and finally, call it fixing nemo. doctors have performed a rare surge troy save this 20-year-old pet goldfish to save george. oh, george. love that name. a woman in australia paid big money for this proceedure. the operation went swimmingly well. and george is as good as gold. >> yes, amy. >> nice. >> you two were sutunning last
night at miss america. >> and look good this morning with very little sleep. >> there's going to be a lot of puns. >> you have a story for us. i do. i do. this was scary. golf legend greg norman is recovering at home this morning after a bad injury with a chain saw. gio has the details. >> reporter: so many online are sharing greg norman's photos. the golfer everyone knows as the shark posting this happy photo just a week before the accident that would put everything in jeopardy. this morning, retired world golf hall of famer greg norman is making headlines not for his megaswings. but because he almost lost one of the hands that made him a golf great. nearly cutting it right off with a chain saw at his south florida home. the 59-year-old posting this photo to his instagram account saturday right from his hospital bed with the caption, working with a chain saw, always be
respectful of the unexpected. i was one lucky man today. damaged but not down and out. still have left hand. he was using the power tool to cut back trees when the weight of a branch pulled his left hand toward the chain saw. the blade hitting him just below the wrist. the hall of fame golfer and entrepreneur is lucky that it missed his artery by a fraction of an inch. he's pictured here using a chain saw to trim a sea grape tree, a week before the incident. saying never ask someone to do something that you can do yourself. love to work. and this morning, it seems norman still has an intact sense of humor. bothing this picture to instagram sunday saying, thank you all for your concern and good wishes. all well the morning after the accident. here i am at the scene of the crime with my new fashion statement. a fashion statement indeed. there he is with the photo again.
showing us that thumb's up. he said the chain saw wasn't running at full speed. so that's why he doesn't have major damage. >> he's very, very fortunate. thank you, zbrgio. the shark didn't have on a shirt. if he was up here, he would need one. >> even the flowers george gave me are starting to wilt. >> it's the thought that counts. >> take a look at this picture high atop mt. washington. it's frosty up there. these are supercooled water droplets. they freeze on anything they touch. at 6,000 feet in new hampshire, it's easy to do. there are freeze and frost warnings out for seven states. temperatures starting in the 30s in some spots. out west, record-breaking heat. it will be 94 in los angeles. gnat's a look at your national forecast. >>
>> hi, everyone, update from accuweather nothing showing on stormtracker 6 double scan the story from the weather is how it looks and feels. yes it's sunny and chilly this morning you'll notice that as you step outside. jackets all around in the 40s and 50s. and this afternoon, milder, 7 3. overnight a couple sprinkles and showers around and tomorrow back to sun in the afternoon. high of 77 and basically the whole workweek we're looking at highs in the 70s and chilly morning starts. highs in the 70s and chilly morning starts. back to >> this weather report brought to you by kohl's.
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i'm tamala edwards, 7:26, monday, september 15. let's check in with matt pellman to welcome at traffic. >> good morning, tam. what better way to start the new morning and workweek than with a broken down vehicle. open the northbound side of 202 approaching 401 out of the way now and it had blocked the lane for a little while. extra heavy this point to malvern and route 29. in pensburg still a downed pole from earlier crash blocking 663 pottstown avenue between oak road and seminary street by the cvs. church road gets you around it. red hill vfw post there's a crash fourth street and marboro upper ridge road. also watch for a wreck on the boulevard southbound near cottman outer drive and ben prank lynn westbound heavy again this morning because of construction taking out the right lane headed to center city. tam. >> okay. thank you, matt. sky6 now taking a live look down into atlantic city. bright skies but it's cold out there, david murphy. >> it's a chilly start, tam.
54 in philadelphia right now. and up north we are still in the 40s. allentown still 43. mount pocono 39. 49 or 46 i should say in reading and 48 in wilmington and as we roll lieu the day well it does improve. up to 73 under the sun. 77 tomorrow. morning sprinkles possible. we get sun in the afternoon and then it stays in the 70s the rest of the workweek. tam. >> thanks, david. that's it for us we'll send you back to gma and see you back that's it for us we'll send you back to gma and see you back here in 30.
♪ way clap along if you feel like a room without a roof ♪ well, there it is. miss america. there she is, miss america. that moment went viral last night. the winner from new york, miss new york, channeling a little pharrell and anna kendrick from "pitch perfect." she said she wanted to prove to girls you don't really need to have a talent to be miss america. >> okay. >> gnthat's what she said. >> you guys, gorgeous last night. >> oh, nice. >> so fun. >> was it fun? did you have a good time? >> yes, it feels like it was just a few moments ago. it was. >> it's one of those special pinch yourself nights. it's part of american, i don't know. it's a big tradition.
>> wasn't kate there with you? >> kate was there. you had your girls there, too. >> we had a big girlfest there. >> kate cart wheeling across the stage in dress rehearsal. >> good time had by all. as rob and george sit here and nod. >> don't cancel it. the desperate manhunt for the suspects that attacked state droppers in pennsylvania, killing one. wounding another. we're behind the scenes before tonight's "dancing with the stars" premier. what cherylbu burke is talking about. it's great to have tim tebow here. our newest teammate. kicking off his new series, "motivate me monday." an inspiring story from him. the first of so many he'll be sharing with us. we begin with tlaits on the
slenderman stabbing case. two girls stabbing their friend 19 times to please the fantasy kargt. one girl is already declared incompetent to stand trial. >> reporter: later today, 12-year-old anisa will be back the court as her attorney argues she's unfit to stand trial. she and her friend, morgan, both charged with first degree intentional homicide. after allegedly stabbing a classmate 19 times. in an attempt to gain favor with a fictional character slenderman. the attorney said his client met with a psychologist. she's not capable to proceed. >> now the judge has a duty to ask more questions, get other experts involved. not just the defense attorney's hired gun expert. >> reporter: the same argument working for 12-year-old geiser
just last month. two experts said she was not competent. >> despite our serious conversations, she would laugh, hysterically almost. in absence of anything that would be relevant. >> the defense benefits tremendously from putting the brakes on in case like this. fighting about competency is one of the ways to put the brakes on. >> reporter: this morning, the survivor's spokesperson says they stand behind prosecutor's efforts. >> reporter: the 12-year-old survivor has remained anonymous since the attack. >> she's laying on the grass. >> reporter: this morning, she's back at school. and making major strides. >> to be so excited to be -- to go back to school, to want to hop on the bus and to get back with friends and classmates, it's been a journey. one done by a very brave young lady. >> reporter: and part of the
girl's return to normalcy is that she now sees herself as a survivor. not just a victim. that hearing here at the courthouse is set for early this afternoon. george? >> thank you, alex. dan abrams back with more on this. even if both girls are found incompetent to stand trial, that doesn't mean they'll escape punishment? >> that's temporary. they can't assist in their defenses currently. they don't understand the proceedings. the goal is to secure them so they can go to trial. this is not a resolution of the case in any way, shape, or form. >> if they're found to be cured and stand trial, does it rule out an insanity defense? >> no, they'll almost certainly pursue that. saying i don't understand right or wrong at the time of the incident. competency to stand trial relates to their mental state today. insanity relates to the mental state at the time of the crime pip would expect they would say
they didn't understand right from wrong when this happened. this is where their age comes into play. both of them, at age 12, their lawyers will be saying, not only were they mentally incompetent. but look how old they are. they didn't understand it. >> that's the real goal. get it into children's court. >> they want this out of adult court. there's a presumption in wisconsin, if you're over the age of 10, it goes to adult court. >> dan abrams, thank you. now to the massive manhunt for the gunmen who ambushed two pennsylvania state troopers late friday night. killing one, critically wounding the other. a big reward is being offered for tips that help track down the killer. abc's linsey davis has that story. zblurnd fire! we're moving to the landing zone to the middle school. >> reporter: this morning, an urgent manhunt, police across three states searching for the person or persons behind a
violent ambush, leaving one state trooper dead and critically wounding another. >> the individual that perpetrated this heinous crime is still at large. we do not have a description or any real information on their identity. we're covering a number of leads right now. >> reporter: the shooting occurred just before 11:00 friday night in pennsylvania during a shift change at a police barracks in blooming grove. the attack happening so quickly. the attack calculated, aimed specifically at law enforcement. >> we have a dangerous armed criminal not in custody. we don't believe any particular person is at risk. >> reporter: 38-year-old corporal brian dixon, a husband and father of two young boys died at the scene. 31-year-old trooper alex douglas is recovering in a hospital. >> reporter: the search for the
potentially armed criminal or criminals is expanding. after an extensive search in the immediate area came up empty. police sit sething up checkpoints, stopping motorists. >> it's a cowardly attack. it's an attack upon all of us in society and the people of pennsylvania. >> reporter: the reward is increased to $50,000. trooper douglas is now conscious and talking. investigators are hoping to get additional information from him. they're describing some of the tips that have come in as fantastic. robin and george? >> and hopefully helpful. thank you. time now for the weather. i haven't had a chance to welcome you, rob marciano. everybody else has. george gave you flowers. >> very warm, george. >> welcome if fn for ginger tod. >> lake shore drive. a chilly day. a record streak of temperatures not getting out of the 50s last week. i don't think today you'll get
out of the 50s either. another cold front sliding down. into the 60s, detroit, the next three days. chicago, you might not get to 60 today. d.c. and new york city, still cool. watching the potential for flooding across the >> as accuweather proppinged plenty of sunshine over the horizon. chilly, some spots in the 40s. 70 the average high, sunny and nice. overnight sprinkle and then sun nice. overnight sprinkle and then sun tomorrow >> this weather report brought to you by mazda. hopefully, the chilly start to what is the end of summer won't be a sign of what is coming for this winter. >> good point. >> better not be. coming up, the latest nfl scandal setting off a fire storm. sit ever okay to use physical punishment on your kids? experts weighing in. and the brazen burglary ring
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surveillance video, two women knocking on doors in an upscale california neighborhood. plus say offering their services as maids. but this morning, investigators are accused them and their accomplices of cleaning people out. robbing home owners of tens of thousands of dollars worth of property in the last two weeks. >> we do know it was five suspects. >> reporter: officials say if no one answers the door, the women then call their male accomplices who break in. surveillance video inside this bel air home shows the men ransacking the living room. taking cash, electronics, even passports. the home owners say the thieves ripped a safe from the wall, making off with up to $40,000 worth of property. >> if we could identify who these people are, they could be directly linked to other crimes. >> reporter: posing as service providers is not an uncommon tactic. in august, man was arrested in
orange county, california, after allegedly posing as a delivery man to get into homes and rob residents at gun point. so, how can you keep yourself safe? experts say, always ask for credentials and -- >> have adequate lighting outside or windows, if you live in a house, to physically see who is out there to begin with. >> reporter: now, police hope this surveillance video will lead them to the suspects. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> good tips at the end. behind the scenes for tonight's big "dancing with the stars" premier. and cheryl burke's bomb shell admission at rehearsal. >> what could it be? and miss america, she's pitch perfect. lara and amy were there for all the action. they're going to dish for us, aren't you? >> oh, of course. >> come on back. woooo. i know what you're thinking.
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♪ i'm happy clap along if you feel ♪ the new miss america is happy this morning. amy and i got to be part of the great american tradition. 53 young women competing for the crown. in the end, the result was a familiar one. >> and your new miss america is, it's a three-peat, miss new york. >> reporter: here she is, your new miss america. miss new york. kira kazantsev. beating out 52 other hopefuls for the coveted crown. the third time in a row for the empire state. ♪ clap along if you feel like a room without a roof ♪ >> reporter: hoping for a pitch perfect portitalent portion, sh channeled an da that kendrick. >> there are a record 20 women
serving in the senate. what is one specific issue where these women leaders should challenge the male majority? >> i really believe that sexual assault in our military is an issue that these women have gone to fight for. >> reporter: other memorable moments. miss idaho, proudly displaying her insulin pump in the swim suit competition. and miss ohio show casing talents, singing and venn twill quiz m. and miss virginia wowing the judges with her operatic range. ♪ >> reporter: bringing her to the final round. but in the end, it was miss new york who took home the crown. ♪ miss america [ cheers and applause ] >> and so many people tweeting about miss america as they were watching. miss america and related hash
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♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and new nfl drama unfolding. a player facing backlash for spanking his son as the league decides where to draw the line right now. and behind the scenes of "dancing's" final rehearsal. the bombshell admission cheryl burke is revealing only on "gma." and we're excited. if you're watching "gma" in the next hour you would kin the fantasy trip of a lifetime. get ready to wake up and win. ♪ it feels good to be strong all that and tim tebow here live with a miraculous story for you on this monday. as we say -- >> good morning, america.
>> and great monday morning crowd here on "good morning america." we're going to call this "motivate me monday." in honor of tim tebow, our newest contributor. come on out, tim. >> yeah. there he is. >> thank you. how we doing this morning? >> i feel motivated. >> i know, really. you really have motivated a lot of people. >> thank you. >> it's great to have you here. >> not like you, though. >> oh, bless your heart. you're going to profile a young man. >> an amazing kid. he'll inspire you as well. and also, we know you'll be traveling around the country, bringing us more incredible stories like this. motivating us all along the way and talking about your work for espn and s.e.c. and football, football, football. >> i'm excited about it. it's part of me, part of my heart. it's something i have been able
to do and to be able to do it with you. share the stories of kids with so much courage. that's what's inspiring. it's awesome for me to share these store prips. >> your foundation is all about that. boy, we need that on mondays. any day. >> great to have you here. let's get some news with amy. good morning, everyone. we begin with emergency evacuations in california, where at least five major wildfires are burning across that state. more than 1,000 people have been force to flee their homes. fire crews are facing triple-digit temperatures. a hurricane on mexico's pacific coast. winds hitting 125 miles per hour. it's dumping up to 18 inches of rain. the war against isis is gaining support around the world following the execution of a third western hostage. the obama administration says
dozens of countries, including arab nations, have agreed to join the fight against the terror group. today secretary of state john kerry is meeting with global leaders to discuss an isis battle plan. eric holder is expanding police programs aimed at stopping home grown terrorists from joining people overseas. ray rice is expected to appeal his suspension today. a video was made public showing him punching his then fiance. meanwhile, the minnesota vikings are expected to make an announcement as early as today about running back adrian peterson who was charged with child abuse. both cases fueling charges for roger goodell to resign. a good deed caught on camera here. two scuba divers were approached by a manta ray.
he was tangled in a fishing line. the rays have a wingspan of up to 18 feet. when they finally freed the ray, it seemed to do a partial backflip in the air to celebrate its freedom. one guy who believes you can always turn a negative into a positive. driving to the beach in australia, his car broke down. what do you do? he's a t a busy intersection. he takes his towel out, climbs on the roof, goes sunbathing tligt there in the middle of the street. look at him go. doesn't seem to have a care in the world, guys. >> all right. >> okay. >> everybody else getting a kick out of it. we're going get more on the fire storm unleashed by the news that nfl star adrian peterson was arrested for take ahhing a switch to his little boy. juju change h has the story. >> reporter: this morning, adrian peterson is free on bail. parents everywhere weighing in
on whether disciplining his son with a switch or wooden sbranch the right thing to do. on sunday, cris carter joining the conversation. >> my mom was wrong. she did the best she could. but she was wrong with some of the stuff she taught me. >> reporter: to nba superstar charles barkley. >> i'm from the south. we do whipping all the time. every black parent in the south is going be in jail. >> in the south, there's a higher tolerance for spanking versus the northeast. there are other ways to discipline a child without inflicting pain and certainly bodily injury. >> reporter: it is legal in the u.s. as long as the force is deemed reasonable. in this case, a jagrand jury is deciding peterson crossed the line. >> there could be repercussions. they may be more likely to be depressed. they can become more aggressive toward other children. >> reporter: the american
academy of pediatrics continues to warn against severe forms of corporal punishment, parents have the right to choose. "gma" viewers weighing in, saying 71% of them believe in spanking. just 29% against it. in 19 states, many in the south, it's still legal for teachers to hit children. >> oh, yeah. >> right? inside the classroom. there's fascinating research in the journal of family psychology, showing spanking, the open-handed slaps on the tush doesn't really work. 73% of the kids spanked in the study started misbehaving again within ten minutes. there's a difference between spanking and abuse. we're talking about abuse. question mark. >> i'm surprised 71% still support it? wow. >> i guess i'm from that generation and from the south. and there is a difference. yes. and you said adrian admitted he perhaps went too far. but we'll see. we'll see. >> i was spanked growing up for
sure. >> show of hands? >> all were. >> look at how we turned out. >> but we don't do it now. "pop news" and weather coming up. you have the morning menu? >> here's a look at your "gma morning menu." will farrell's big hint that one of his most popular characters might be making a comeback. then, we're kicking off a new series. the tray to transform your home. and inside the final reversal before tonight's big "dancing with the stars" premier. and the bombshell admission from cheryl burke. all that, plus this guy, motivating us. right here. live on "good morning america," in times square. hi, everybody, good morning. good morning. >> good morning, america. they're ready to go out here. introducing nexium 24hr
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only at target. ♪ and the haters going hate hate hate hate ♪ this video trending big overnight. a fraternity from kentucky's university. they did this all in one take. all in one take they did this. taylor swift. >> it's hard to believe. >> it is. the video. taylor swift's song. they love it. she said they nailed it. >> that's not a special effect? >> no. come on. this is the real deal. >> it's awesome. it's making me smile. it's motivating me on this monday, robin. >> i should say taylor invited all of them, at a date, to come on her tour to see her. very generous. on her. very generous. >> she continues to be just so -- >> she loves talent. she just appreciates talent.
>> what girl wouldn't love that. >> i love the moves. >> early in the school year folks. >> how about a little "pop news." >> let's do it. a new role for jennifer lawrence. she's used to being belle of the ball. now she'll host it. the biggest ball of them all. the cochair of the 2015 metropolitan museum of art costume institute gala. the ept shaping up to be quite intriguing. the theme for this year is chinese whispers. tales of the east in art, film, and fashion. you'll see celebrities and models. >> that was -- a little camera. >> who did? >> at the met gala. >> yeah. >> sicynthia did last year. a lot of people pay homage to the theme. that will have exotic ramifications. >> how you're presenting it, i hope it does.
way to go j-law. >> she's great. she's like, i don't have style. yeah, you do. also in the news, amy. zoolander, one of those movies you can never watch too many times if you're amy robach. big new this is morning. reports that a sequel is in the works. thank to a recent interview with will farrell saying that a read-through of the script will happen soon. a script is out there. can you cut to amy? thank you. and that mugatu does have a role in the sequel. the original movie released in 2001. and more than a decade later, we're ready for more. robin, give it to us? >> i think i have the plaque lung. >> you can quote so many lines from that movie it's scary. >> it's a merman. i'm a merman.
>> we're ready, will farrell. we hope it's true. >> amy is. i hope you all remember noah riter. as he's known, the apparently kid. he nailed his first tv appearance this summer. it went viral. and led to noah getting his first commercial for fresh pet. >> hi, i'm noah. today we'll be talk about pets. oh, my gosh. apparently this is my first ever tv commercial. first they have to train them to be a good boy. second, you're going have to play fetch. fetch! >> noah is a star. >> he's got it. he's got it. >> already the video has over 2 million hits. we can't get enough. there's more of those insightful ditties from noah like why he likes dogs more than cats because they lick your face.
>> that is popular. thank you, lara. coming up, tim tebow, motivate me monday. we're going to get to rob with the weather first. oh, yeah, they're fired up. look how excited they are for a -- tim tebow. are you excited to see him here? >> yes. >> do your tebow? >> i don't know it. >> happy birthday. let's go to mexico. the hurricane still a category 3. can you believe it? getting into arizona with a lot of mischur. we'll watch for flash flooding over the next couple of days. the heat is an issue as well. record highs in portland to thavrkz a lot rob, david murphy here. lots of sunshine over the horizon. temperatures in a lot of spots
in the mid 50s upper 40s. your 7 day shows a nice afternoon high of 73. we will see lots of sunshine today. and overnight, there could be a couple of showers developing. it's not impossible that some of that lingers into the early part of the morning rush. otherwise clouds to sun tomorrow. nice high of 77 and then staying in the 70s the rest of the workwe >> everybody's doing the tebow. they got it on this side. i forgot the forecast again, that's my tebow. back to you inside the studio. >> tim is like, somewhat he doing? now it's time for the brand-new segment, we have been talking about all morning. "motivate me monday." we're thrilled that tim tebow is joining us. tim, welcome to the team. >> thank you so much. it's great to be here. >> we have had you here from time to time. you always lift our spirits when you're here. you're going to bring us stories
about folks who have overcome tough channels. before we talk to you, tim, here's a story of devin jackson. here he is. >> do i get a hug? good to see you, man. devin jackson from shermansdale, pennsylvania, is a 10-year-old boy with an incredible passion. you love playing ball? >> yep. playing football was my most favorite sport. >> your most favorite? >> yeah. >> what do you love about football? >> running the ball when i used to play. i liked running it, scoring touchdowns. i didn't really want to do a dance because i was shy. >> reporter: he's talking in the past tense because devin has come through an ordeal that nearly took his young life. football was an afterthought. think i can sign one of these for you? >> yep. >> reporter: two years ago, when he was 8, he got very sick. when his parents rushed him to the hospital, as his condition
worsened, terrifying diagnosis meningitis. >> he was in kidney failure. they didn't know if he would make it. >> reporter: doctors gave him a 10% chance of survival. the infections left no choice but to amputate both feet six inches below the knee. >> it was scary. i didn't want to lose my legs. >> reporter: devin's indomitable spirit helped emp get through. >> he smile period whole way. >> the first thing he said, am i going to live. >> reporter: the will to survive by to thrive led him back to his passion, football. oh, a diving catch! he did well on his new prosthetic legs. in order to think about football, he need blades to run. pair was donated by someone who
no longer used them. the first time he puts on blades and goes for a run, he comes up to you, what did he say? >> he said he loved the way the wind felt in his face for the first time again. it was impressive coming out of a 9-year-old boy. he hasn't ran since all this happened. >> reporter: how do you feel as his dad? >> i almost bawled like a baby. >> i did. >> down, set. >> reporter: so the first time you got back on the practice field, the football field, what was that like for you? >> the first time we had a scrimmage, coach said do you want to get out? i said no, i want to keep playing. >> i tell you what, football is a perfect sport. you're extremely tough to be able to deal with all that. >> you have to be strong. >> reporter: a little guy with a huge heart who took adversity and refused to relent. a tremendous show of courage and an inspiration to us all. hard work on three.
give it to us. >> one, two, three. >> all: hard work! >> "motivate me monday" off to a great start with that young man. >> so amazing. the community rallied around him. at his football practice, so many parents and family members and friends and his teammates, the way they responded to him. how they care about him. his mom and dade said time after time that he was the one that kept them going through everything. he was so is operation nal to the community and to me. >> kids are something. they're so resilient. you're around them a lot. your wish 15 initiative. your foundation, you spend time with young people going through challenging times. >> that is our goal to bring faith, hope, and love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need. we do that any way possible. that's the most important thing is to give these kids a brighter day. put a smile on their face. try to give them hope when going through such tough obstacles.
>> you're a little busy. we saw you over the weekend. you have another job, s.e.c. nation with our good friends at espn. you're in your old stomping ground this is past week. the swamp. what was that like to be back there? >> it was awesome to be back. every week is so exciting. you talk about s.e.c. football, the passion, the excitement. every weekend. you know me well enough to know that i wear my emotions on my sleeve. i'm passionate. i'm excited about everything that i do. gnat's why i love doing it. >> we're excited about having you here most mondays with us, tim. thank you. >> thank you. >> all the best to you and your family. for more on devin's foundation, go to our website. and catch tim on the s.e.c. network. now to my super bowl. interior design. my second design book comes out tomorrow. it's called flea market fabulous. it's about hunting for your
personal style and creating dreamy rooms. whether it's turning a cluttered play room into a glamorous dining room or morphing a den into a lair. ever since i started braking for yard sales. that's the thing. we buy low, we fix, it's worth more. i have heard from so many "gma" viewer who is want a do-over. >> we need help. >> reporter: help is on the way. it's time to get "flea market fabulous." hands are dirty. you're climbing around. it's pages and panls. to refinish this would cost a fortune. to sand it, prime it, payment it, i can do it myself. on any budget, one room at a time. here's my feng shuai tip, you have to be able to walk around the room. for nine dilemmas, my team and i rescue, recycle, and reinvent.
it's fun to have one piece that goes a little nutty, don't you thing? to create dreamy, affordable rooms. >> no, are you serious! i can't believe this is! it's like an hgtv house! >> reporter: whether you're a parent whose kids have taken over the dining room. >> this is where we have our fine dining right now. >> i love that we got the kids involved. it's a great homage to the history of this room. a couple with polar opposite styles. >> everything is brown. brown. brown. >> we need to abandon the brown. on the blue wall with this, i think it will look pretty. or just aren't sure what to do with the passed down family furniture. they love this painting. i want to celebrate it. watch the fingers. the moment of truth. let's see if a beautiful guilded
antique frame changes the look of this. go on in. take a look. >> oh, my god. >> it's like a museum piece. this is outstanding. >> reporter: flea market fabulous has a little something for everyone. i was shooting for hgtv as i did the book. tomorrow, we'll bring the book to life. have fun. >> we're going to have fun at the book party tonight. >> book party. if we're still awake. a overnight police say her
baby born prematurely also died and target was never hit by the barrage of bullets on 1500 block of adams avenue and police are still looking for the killer. and i'm tamala edwards. 8:27 now this monday, september 15. let's check in with matt pellman on the blue route. >> oh, not moving well, tam, we had a medical emergency on the northbound lanes approaching schuylkill. ambulance and police pulled away now. northbound travel time is still affected. 35 minutes to get from 59 to 76. should ideally be 18 minute there on the blue route. also heavy 95 northbound approaching cottman and one
straight line to gerard avenue. belmont at jefferson off to the schuylkill to watch for as well. and couple of accident in camden county and ones along the black horse pike eavesham road and summerdale road and issues with the trolleys this morning. routes 10, 13, 34, 6 o'clock diverted 30age and market because of disabled trolley and disabled tractor-trailer own shuttle bussing on the route 11. >> let's head outside to meteorologist david murphy. cool and beautiful. >> lots of sunshine and starting off on the cool side, tam, let's take a look at numbers. climbing through the 50s in philadelphia. some spots up north in particular and in central south jrdzy still trying to make it out of the 40s. this afternoon anything is mild and nice. high of 73. lots of sunshine. overnight there could be a couple sprinkles and showers. some could go early tomorrow morning. otherwise clouds and sun and high of 77 and staying in 7 0s the rest of the workweek, tam. >> coming up on gma special
♪ ♪ arrows there they are, macklemore and fences. teaming up for arrow. can't wait to hear more. what was that? >> i don't know. >> you sounded like -- everybody listen to george. >> yeah, really. a lot of excitement, not just george, but the new season of twts dw"dancing with the sta kicking off tonight. behind the scenes for the final reversals. the bombshell admission from cheryl burke. you'll hear it at "gma." and then we'll tell you how you can wake up and win the trip of a lifetime this monday morning. a new series. one lucky viewer, we're going to tell you, is going to be very
happy. >> you and i will explain all of that. we're going to unwind the scroll and tell you about that. and then, whoopi goldberg, there she is. she's with us live, getting ready to kick off a brand-new season of "the view" in just a few hours. so glad she stopped by. first, let's get to the most of your makeup. one simple way you store yours could help it work better and last longer. >> reporter: beauty's best kept secret pay be hiding in your fridge. check out my fridge. butter shelf. ketchup and mustard action. and this. i visited dr. karen grossman to get the cold hard facts. >> eye cream is one of the best things to refrej rate. the coldness of the cream helps
the blood vessels to constrict. >> reporter: she says make room for liquid makeups like mascara and foundation. >> you can store it in the refrigerator. it will help decrease bacteria. >> reporter: and lipstick, too. >> if you have favorite, favorite lip tick that you can't do without, likely it will get discontinued. but you can -- >> of course, naturally. >> you can stock it up and put it in your freezer. >> reporter: not every beauty product needs to chill out in the kitchen. some creams could harden. >> you have to just try. it will very from cream to cream and manufacturer to manufacturer. >> reporter: and as for the powder-based products like blush. >> powder blush, putting it in the refrigerator won't do much for it. >> i would assume the same for eye shadow. >> or eye liner.
>> should we refridge rate nail polish? >> you can if you want. >> reporter: i hit the streets to see if women would be willing to relocate their products? jt i feel like i would. >> you would move over the eggs, the berries. >> totally. >> i would dedicate a whole shelf. >> reporter: that's my girl! i love it. ♪ because i'm happy it's a whole new "view" beginning this morning. new co-hosts. a new studio. whoopi goldberg is here. she's not going anywhere. she's here to tell us about the upcoming season. are you happy? >> sure, i'm happy. why not. you know -- >> you look great. >> i feel pretty good. life is all right. i'm alive. >> family is growing. >> family is growing. the great grandkid is
attitudinal at 5 1/2 months. >> your tv family is changing as well. two rosies. >>. >> two rosies and a nicolle. fund mentally, the view remains the same. it's about women having conversations and opinions. we're not like you guys. we're not journalists. all we have is our opinions. and so, that is the basic that does not change. and yeah, we're in a new studio. and who knows what is going to work and what isn't? i don't care. the one thing i'm sure about is we'll be able to have the kind of conversations that our viewers are used to us really having. and getting back to what we do. >> and with these four women, you will have that. i mean, there will be no shortage of opinion. who do you think will really -- there's always that little spark plug. that little something that -- >> it's like -- it's like thanksgiving dinner.
you never know who it's going to be. you always have the relative who is like what? did you really say that? i'm sure that will happen. "the view" was never set up to be a battleground. and it became a battleground after a little while. i think what we're trying to do is bring it back to what it's tissue wh -- what it is that everybody wanted to copy that spaund all these other shows. it's intelligent conversation with intelligent women. rosie o. is a standup. rosie perez is comedic. nicolle wallace is funnier than anybody knows. it's great group of chix. or broods. i guess i'm too old to be a chick now. >> never. and you're going back to the roots. can we have fun with you? i mean, i feel like we know everything there is to know about you.
a lightning round. >> okay. >> we do have -- >> is that my last egg? yes, it was. i no longer can get pregnant. my last egg just fell. and you were here for it. >> okay, whoopi. your most memorable encounter with a fan. >> a gentleman that asked me to sign something i didn't want to sign. it one enough room. >> we'll leave it at that. biggest indulgence? >> uh, we're on abc, i can't tell you. and sit morning television. i certainly can't tell you. >> your first celebrity crush? >> john garfield. >> john garfield? wasn't expecting that. >> i know. he just -- i don't know. when i was a kid, there was something about him. i think i had seen -- general's agreement.
he just -- i thought, i want to talk to him. >> one final one. fill in the blank, if i learned one thing in life, it's blank. if i learned one thing in life it's -- >> go to the bathroom before you get on tv. >> there you have it, ladies and gentlemen. whoopi goldberg. what you can expect on the new season of "the view." it starts this morning. live. rob, how about a final check of the weather. >> that's why we love whoopi. so many "view" fans out here. stacy and miss ellie. celebrating this month. 75 and 50. i would never have thought that. you look fantastic. welcome to "gma." >> thank you. >> a fantastic looking image. it's a giraffe. behind that is a funnel cloud at west palm beach at the lion country safari. temperatures cool across parts of the northeast today. it will last for a good couple of three days. it will be hot out west after
thunderstorms across the southeast. 94 in los angeles >> thanks rob lots of sunshine, david murphy on the terrace. we're starting see numbers jump into the 50s in a lot of spots. it's a cool start. 73 and nice this afternoon and overnight shower possible >> all right. this weather forecast brought to you by target. you guys are still standing out here after your long night. >> we're trying to keep each other warm. >> yes, there's that and the whole trying the stay awake thing. get ready. do you hear something? ♪ correct, that sound means it's time for our newest prize give away. wake up and win. happening every monday. if you're watching, you can win. here's today's prize. an eight-night safari. courtesy of afar magazine. they're sending one lucky winner and a guest to south africa. all organized by the leaders in
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♪ i'm just gonna shake shake shake shake shake ♪ tonight is the big night. the premier of the brand-new season of "dancing with the stars." the couples have had their final reversals. our melissa rycroft went behind the scenes. ♪ >> reporter: tonight, just hours from now, the premier of season 19 of "dancing with the stars." >> so many cameras. so many people. >> i love it. i'm having so much fun. >> reporter: tomorrow will be the finale already. >> i'm so nervous. >> reporter: 13 scouples hoping to survive. >> a little nervousness. >> reporter: colorful cha-chas and fancy fox-trots. >> the first dance is romantic. >> are you nervous? >> piece of cake. >> reporter: we surprised tavis smiley with one of his own. >> i just want the face.
thank you "gma." appreciate it. >> reporter: what are you hoping to accomplish? >> i want to show moms that it's not over. you can keep going. show the world you got it going on. >> at 17 years old, you are officially the youngest competitor on "dancing" the season. >> it's a little bit intimidated. it adds to the pressure. i'm excited about it. >> reporter: you're if first youtube star that they have ever had. 7 million followers. >> 7 million on youtube. >> reporter: all you have to do every night is go on your youtube channel and say, vote. >> it's the coolest thing ever. >> reporter: well, i have some blasts from the past to show you. >> what? no. >> reporter: you had people rat you out. he's giving a slight eyebrow. >> he still douz that to this day in our number. it's that slight eyebrow. >> reporter: val chmerkovskiy
fixing her posture. >> i'm pinching my back. i'm pinching my back. every fife seconds it's this, this, this. >> reporter: veteran dancers are making announcements. >> as of now, this is probably going to be my last season. after doing something for a decade, i started when i was 20. i'm 30. i want to try new things. i want to see what is out there. >> reporter: tonight, they'll cha-cha. but antonio sabato jr.'s 3-year-old son, an tow yo iii, has already made up his mind. for "good morning america," melissa rycroft, abc news, los angeles. >> and the big premier of "dancing with the stars" season 19 is tonight at 8:00, 7:00
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and we're back now with a special fall concert series. macklemore and his good friend, christopher mansfield, fences, they've collaborated with ryan lewis on a new single. it's called arrows. ♪ just escape my old man ♪ ♪ he kicked me out he kicked me out ♪ ♪ when i told him that i lived this way ♪ ♪ i lived this way i lived this way ♪ ♪ i lived this way i lived this way ♪ ♪ i lived this way i lived this way i lived this way ♪ ♪ he doesn't own me he doesn't own me ♪ ♪ he doesn't own me
he doesn't own me ♪ ♪ just escape ♪ arrows that were falling arrows were falling ♪ ♪ arrows that were falling arrows were falling ♪ ♪ the black rims that line your face ♪ ♪ like a deer drinking water in a picture frame ♪ ♪ i swear to god i've seen those eyes ♪ ♪ the back of my lids when closing mine ♪ ♪ with clasped hands we shake it out we shake it out ♪ ♪ lace up boots and we walk away ♪ ♪ i felt slightly connected to him ♪ ♪ and said now boy now you own me ♪ ♪ arrows that were falling arrows were falling ♪ ♪ arrows that were falling
arrows were falling ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah yeah, yeah ♪ he doesn't sleep so in truth he never wakes up. ♪ another day rushing to his death ♪ ♪ out of breath on the treadmill of the famous ♪ ♪ he makes mistakes tells stories to his paintbrush ♪ ♪ and when the world finally sees his art ♪ ♪ he wishes that he never would have made it ♪ ♪ just escape just escape ricochets ♪ ♪ and eclipses faith living in a city ♪ ♪ with a grey umbrella over your shoulders ♪ ♪ and you're becoming suffocated by the weight can't hit those breaks ♪ ♪ this is what you wanted, huh but you got it all in vain cause you forgot who you are ♪ ♪ right as the world learned your name it goes ♪ ♪ arrows that were falling arrows were falling ♪ ♪ arrows that were falling arrows were falling ♪ ♪ let me ash my issues ashtray is this asphalt ♪ ♪ american spirit black coffee ♪
♪ conversations and a passport ♪ ♪ when god gives you everything, everything ♪ ♪ that you ever asked for and it still looks a bit different ♪ ♪ than when you pictured it on that back porch ♪ ♪ and i'm gone, world traveller all i got is my songs ♪ ♪ when the nights start blending into one another ♪ ♪ and i don't recall tom petty in this ♪ ♪ all i wanna do is free-fall yeah, free-fall ♪ ♪ and i'm so caught up i'm caught up i'm caught up ♪ ♪ and i'm so tired swore that i wouldn't ♪ ♪ stare into the light and guess who tried it ♪ ♪ i'm blinded by this limelight this limelight ♪ ♪ it's all night it's all day ♪ ♪ these bright lights these bright lights ♪ ♪ once you turn 'em on you can't walk away ♪ ♪ don't die here don't die here ♪ ♪ i came too far i'm too great ♪ ♪ but i'm too scared and i'm too afraid ♪ ♪ to stare this world into its face ♪ ♪ i'm almost home i'm driving lost ♪ ♪ my eyelids closed light turns to grey ♪ ♪ the cameras off the show is over ♪ ♪ you close the curtains ♪ arrows that were falling
arrows were falling ♪ ♪ arrows that were falling arrows were falling ♪ ♪ i live this way i live this way ♪ ♪ i live this way i live this way ♪ ♪ i live this way i live this way ♪ ♪ i live this way i live this way ♪ ♪ just escape [ cheers and applause ] >> macklemore and fences. hey, guys. how are you? how's it going? >> good, how are you. >> i heard when you first read this song you were not sure you could rap to it. >> it started as a singer-song writer vibe. the production turned into more offing is that i could rap on. drums that i could rap on. >> this wraps up you said everything in your aesthetic. >> i think so. it's pop. but it's also vulnerable.
which is, you know, something i like to do. be accessible but also honest with yourself, know what i mean? >> it's really catching on. more than 1 million views so far. it's available right now. lesser oceans comes out in jan. thank you, guys. >> thank you. our dad's a plumber. a business manager. and a stickler for homework. i'm john kane running for state senate. dad says the road to a good job starts in the classroom.
[ lori ] he's a great dad who sees taxes going up but schools not getting the funding they need. [ john ] so i'd put back the billion dollars
corbett cut from education and make sure corporations and natural gas drillers paid their fair share. time to close the loopholes
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"countdown to kickoff" on phl17 followed by the game. go eagles. i'm tamala edwards, it's 8:56, let's get the last look of traffic with matt pellman. >> don't go patco this morning, tam, no service right now. everything is us is spended between lindenwald and setter citych the reason and unfortunate one someone was struck by a patco train near 8 and market station. all trains currently halted again between lindenwald and center city. maybe take new jersey transit bus anyone stayed this morning. they're on time. and we have new schedules today on the patco line as well as septa regional rail line. this took effect yesterday. here's the ben franklin bridge. westbound side heavy coming into the city because of right lane construction a little extra heavy and new jersey turnpike headed north near the molly pitcher service area a crash in right lane giving us speeds in teens and moorestown watch for construction today along leona road. probably not your best bet
today. >> let's head outside to david murphy meteorologist, >> blazing sunshine on the terrace and across the region is bumping those numbers up a bit. let's start you with the temperature profile. we reached 60 in philadelphia and wilmington. low 50s up north where we started out ft. low 40s in some cases and this afternoon accuweather says it will be nice one. lots of sun. high of 73. overnight there could be a couple of showers. clouds give way to sunshine tomorrow. high of 77. and staying in the 7 0s this week, tam. >> thank you, david, coming up on "action news" at noon the search continues for a ghaun, a stray bullet killed a young woman in frankford and her baby delivered prematurely died as well overnight. delivered prematurely died as well overnight. the fll will appeal ray rice
believe tom corbett's tv ad. the facts speak for themselves. tom corbett cut a billion dollars from our schools. he took an ax to education. twenty-seven thousand educators were laid-off. class sizes increased. and now almost eighty percent of school districts plan to raise property taxes. tom corbett. can't trust him on education. can't trust him to be for us.
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