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co-worker who killed his co-workers, this just minutes before he opened fire. good evening. it's great to have you with us. we begin with president-elect donald trump. his victim ary tour. tonight, hundreds of american factory workers are thanking mr. trump. the president-elect in indiana today, walking into plant that had been set to close and send those jobs to mexico. tonight, carrier says hundreds of those jobs will be saved. not all of them. but a significant victory for so many families in that community. tonight, what did mr. trump offer that company to keep it here? abc's tom llamas traveling with mr. trump. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump, touching down in indiana today to deliver an important message in person.
the carrier factory he just saved their jobs. >> people are crying. i mean, they're all crying. they're so happy. they're going to have a great christmas. most important. >> reporter: the factory becoming a symbol of corporate greed with this video we told you about on "world news tonight" in february, the moment executives informed workers they were eliminating 1,400 jobs. >> to move production from our facility in indianapolis to monterey, mexico. news and promised, he wouldn't let that happen. >> we're not going to let our jobs be taken away. >> reporter: he says shortly after winning, he called carrier's ceo. >> so, i called greg hayes, i heard of him, but i never met him, and he picked up the phone. "mr. president-elect, sir, how are you?" it's wonderful to win.
>> reporter: today carrier announcing it will keep around 1,100 jobs in indianapolis, but not all of them. largely in return for $7 million in tax incentives, facilitated by the state's governor, vice president-elect mike pence. critics now asking, will trump go around the country handing out tax breaks to get other companies to stay? senator bernie sanders saying carrier, "took trump hostage and won," adding the president-elect "has signaled to every corporation in america that they can threaten to offshore jobs in exchange for business-friendly tax benefits and incentives." carrier is technologies, which has billion-dollar defense contracts with the federal government, which could be another reason they're happy to cut an early deal with the new president. president elect trump just wrapped up his talk at the carrier plant. just down the street, a seven-minute drive from here, there's another plant here in indianapolis that's shipping 350 jobs to mexico. and at that factory tonight, those workers asking, will
american job, i really do. >> reporter: trump wasn't able to save all the jobs at the carrier plant, 600 are still going to mexico. and carrier's parent company is still planning to shutter another indiana factory, and send another 700 jobs across the border. still, the president-elect says he's just sent a very loud message to companies who want to leave. >> there will be consequences. meaning, they'll be taxed very heavily at the border if they want leave, fire all their people. leave. >> already critics of this move, the millions in incentives to keep those jobs here. but no question, tom, saving hundreds of jobs is a real victory for mr. trump even before he takes office. >> reporter: the president-elect has some real momentum, david, tonight he starts this thank you tour right here in cincinnati, they'll host several events over
they'll be thanking their supporters at events just like this one. david. >> tom, thanks. we're following several other developing stories tonight. a lockdown at a junior high school. after parents discover gunsing missing at home. their son allegedly firing off a shot before they could even confront him. neal karlinsky. >> reporter: tonight, a near tragedy at this junior high stopped in a way police have rarely seen. >> there was an active shooter, he's under control now. >> reporter: police say a 15-year-old student, armed with two guns, fired one shot into the ceiling, threatening students. but investigators say his own parents were already on the way, concerned about his recent behavior. they rushed to the school, heard the shot and went towards the sound. these two students were one class room away and say it was
>> took him out of the room and told him to put the gun down and everything. >> reporter: police say the teen's parents were worried about their son acting strangely. then they noticed two guns missing from their home and assumed the worst. they were right. police haven't confirmed whether the shooting was intentional or not. they credit the boy's parents with the fact that no one was hurt. david. >> neal karlinsky, thank you. next tonight, to drama to a bank in jacksonville, florida, a gunman holding 11 workers and customers hostage, threatening to kill them. s.w.a.t. teams rushing to the scene and abc's eva pilgrim is in jacksonville tonight. >> reporter: tonight, an alleged bank robber behind bars, after a tense hostage standoff. >> this is going to be an active shooter inside the bank. >> reporter: just after 9:00 a.m., s.w.a.t. teams and heavily armed snipers racing to the scene. the gunman, 23-year-old nicholas daquan humphrey, terrorizing nearly a dozen hostages with a handgun.
hostages multiple times. we had verifiable information that he was actually putting the gun to the back of the hostages heads. >> reporter: police watching the scene unfold on the credit union's surveillance cameras. after two hours two people who were hiding from the gunman in a nearby room, make a run for it. >> my life flashed in front of my eyes, but i knew one thing, he wasn't going to get me back into that room. the bank behind this armored tank, putting themselves between the hostages and the robber, as frantic family members watch from nearby. moments later, the shaken hostages fleeing the bank, their families grateful. >> just a burden lifted off me, to know that she is okay. >> reporter: david, humphrey will face multiple charges. we are told none of the hostages were physically hurt during the standoff.
wildfires, now the devastation the hot spots still burning. the search for the missing now under way. tonight a new message, a significant offer of help from dolly parton. who calls that region home. abc's gio benitez is in tennessee. >> reporter: tonight, firefighters chasing down hotspots in the smoky mountains. the threat not entirely over despite the rain. >> because fire is a tremendous beast. >> reporter: that beast killing missing. firefighters searching right now. >> we are never going to give up hope. >> reporter: sharon pittman's family is safe, but lost their home. treasured photos in the ashes. >> just little miracles like that, we'll take. >> reporter: that fire coming dangerously close to dolly parton's theme park, dollywood. just take a look. we're told that's where the fire was. firefighters and employees hosing it down to save this iconic park.
fire. >> we want to provide a hand up to all those families that have lost everything. >> reporter: and they're going to need that help. just take a look at the destruction behind me, a long road ahead. this is the worst fire to hit the state in 100 years, david? >> gio on the scene, thanks now to stunning toll from the deadly tornado outbreak. this evening, the harrowing story here of a pregnant woman lifted off the ground. how she survived. abc's phillip mena from the storm zone tonight. >> reporter: tonight a massive cleanup and recovery effort under way after a dozen tornadoes hit eight states, at least five are dead. amid incredible stories of survival. the tornado that ripped through leaseburg, mississippi, touched down just feet.
you only see a shingle off the house. >> reporter: in nashville, tennessee, you're looking at a tiny miracle. she tried to take shelter in the bathroom with her family when the tornado threw the house 200 feet into the house. it took four hours to get her to the hospital where little ava was delivered a short time later. mom and baby are fine. >> she's the best baby in the world. shs she really doesn't cry. >> we had 20 injured. >> reporter: david, those tornadoes stretched more than 500 miles across the southeast. with an outbreak this intense, it's miraculous there weren't even more casualties. david. >> phillip, thank you. new reporting tonight after that horrific plane crash in colombia, members of that brazilian soccer team, most of them killed in the crash. tonight, new details here of the
sky. we're learning there was a second plane with fuel problems landing just as their plane with a team onboard was dealing with its emergency. here's david kerley. >> reporter: such joy among players and the jet crew as they took off for colombia and their first finals tournament. the 29-year-old co-pilot making her first flight with the airline looking forward to flying the team. a flight with a chilling end. the chartered jet in a holding pattern, as another jet with a fuel problem making a priority landing, the soccer charter announces it too has a fuel problem. then, an emergency. >> the controller asked the pilot to turn. no, the pilot said. he's heading to the airport. the controller quickly -- orders other jets to turn away. but with no fuel, no lelect electricity, it's too late, as the pilot makes his last call
>> now they're descending into high terrain, they're essentially gliding into oblivion. >> reporter: at the crash scene, players' shoes, all 71 killed now identified as families prepare funerals. and a brazilian city continuing to mourn. candlelight and flashlight in the team's stadium. >> david one of the survivors was found after the search had been called off. >> what a remarkable story. it was suspended because of the weather. a rescuer heard the screams for help. one of those players who was rescued and carry more than two miles to get help. >> that's a blessing, indeed. next tonight, the abc news exclusive. new images and video from one of
american history. in san bernardino, one year ago tomorrow. the husband killing 14. tonight, right here the new image taken in the moments before they opened fire. the terrorist standing right beside his co-workers who thought he was a friend. here's abc's brian ross. >> reporter: it was an annual tradition with the san bernardino health department, a me party. and tonight officials tell abc news, new evidence shows the christmas decorations, the tree, the party may have been the trigger that led this employee, syed farook, and his wife to go on their terror rampage. >> she had essentially made the statement in an online account, that she didn't think that a muslim should have to participate in a non-muslim holiday or event. >> reporter: san bernardino police chief jarrod burguan, tells abc news, the shooting began shortly after farook posed in front of the christmas tree and then left the
>> that possibly is a motive in this case. >> reporter: officials now say farook, an american citizen, and his wife, tashfeen malik, who came here from pakistan on a fiance? visa, were sharply focused on the holiday gathering. this surveillance video obtained by abc news, shows farook at a california firing range just two days before the attack, practicing with the weapons he and his wife would use. >> 911. >> we have an active shooter. >> ma'am, listen to me, take a deep breath. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: farook and his wife killed 14 of his fellow workers at the party, and wounded 22 more. >> how many rounds did he fire? >> oh my god, a million. >> reporter: a short time later they posted a message on facebook pledging allegiance to isis leader abu bakr al-baghdadi. but officials say the couple actually had to conduct an online search that very morning, who is the leader of isis.
who it was. >> reporter: two lone wolves, who died in a fierce gun battle with police, after killing so many. >> just incredible that was a year ago tomorrow. brian here with us tonight. they had more terror planned that day. >> that's right, david, according to authorities they left behind three pipe bombs in that conference room and before they were stopped by police, they were circling the neighborhood to detonate those bombs and take more li still much more ahead on "world news tonight" this evening. the health alert for buzz aldrin. the manhunt for a bombing suspect. new surveillance images revealed tonight. the abc news exclusive that husband of the missing mother speaking out and what he now says happened moments after the kidnapper pushed her out of the
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she was coughing up blood from screaming. just another sign of how my wife, she's so wonderful, maybe people aren't stopping because i have a chain. i broke out of prison. she tried to tuck in her chain under her clothes. >> reporter: changed and beaten. hair cut off. still for the first time we're learning that the same two women who released sherri were the ones who abducted her, keith said at gun point. david. >> matt, thank you. much more of matt's exclusive interview on "20/20" tomorrow night. when we come back here tonight -- the rescue to save american hero buzz aldrin.
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aldrin part of a tour group on exploration. two days ago, tweeting, south pole here i come. but then, he became ill. >> one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> reporter: nearly 50 years ago he and neil armstrong made history landing on the moon, in an interview, david asked about his message to boys and girls across america. >> find something you have to really concentrate on what it and give it everything you got. >> tonight, we're told he's resting comfortably. we wish him well. thank you for watching. good night. another attempt. a r district says growth is fueling
add new classroom space. and open for discussion. a panel meets right now to review whether a book is too racy for a high school english class. "the magic of the holidays can be found throughout downtown manchester tonight. i'll have your forecast live from the parade here." you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at 6. a growing rural school district needs just a few more people to say "yes." a vote on a five point four million dollar bond issue came up just 14 votes short of passing in janesville last april. at a time when most of iowa's rural school districts are shrinking, the janesville enrollment has grown about 30 percent in the last six years. the district says that's left its classrooms and gym undersized. this coming tuesday, the district will take
says the biggest change this time will be the district's plea. supporters say the need is not just more space but space that meets modern needs.sot/nat for instance, steep stairs are the only way in or out of one classroom. the disabled have to use an outside door and come all the way around. and then there's the too-small-to-meet- standards main school gym. "if you want an illustration of tight sac these are the bleachers for high school basketball games. and as you go down, you've got about 3 feet from out of bounds to where people are sitting. and the iowa high school athletic union requires ten." "it impacts the safety of both athletes and spectators. we even get into issues in the winter time. people walking in... we've had to stop the game to get the floor dried out. "