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people across the south.. including high winds.. heavy rain and even tornadoes. this is some incredible surveillance video.. taking you inside an ef-1 tornado in tennessee. abc's megan hughes has more on the damage and repairs. script: nats sirens + a tornado warning has been issued for the second day in a row, tornadoes hit parts of the south in crocket county tennessee, the surveillance camera at a local high school shows the moment an e-f one tornado came crashing through classrooms. fortunately the school day was over when the twister hit. bobby mullins / director of crockett county (tn) schools sot: nobody was hurt. and everybody was gone home. in the area around the school, houses are left with visible destroyed. my roofs gone, the contents inside are petty much
despite the obvious destruction---vandive r says there's a silver lining... vandiver: it's a great day my family was safe. all this money will rebuild. 32 and at fort stewart, georgia?.a twister came through the base. nats "abandon your vehicles and trailers " frightened parents and children couldn't believe their eyes. oh my god it's taking the roof off houses. are we going to die? the military had to move 50 people carolina, jeff lopp considers himself lucky. my mom called me and told me that (covered by mws, destroyed structures) she thought a tornado had come through (on cam) and the garage was gone and the porch was gone and the buildings were gone, but the house was fine." today the national weather service will be out to assess the storm damage and determine if it was right now deputies need your helping finding this girl. they say skye damrau ran away
arizona in january. her family hasn't heard from her since. she's only 13. anyone with information should call police right away. an update to searth for that missing utah teenager. the family of macin smith is now offering a 10 thousand dollar reward to try and find him. the 17-year-old was last seen 5 months ago at his st. george house. there have been no confirmed sightings of him, but people did report a teen trying to hitch hike to las vegas around that time. red rock search and rescue spent weeks searching for him in the valley, and in saint george. if you have any information about where he is, call metro. the campaign for the white house is now in high gear across new hampshire.. ahead of next week's 'first in the nation' primary. republican marco rubio is moving up in the polls after a strong finish in the iowa caucuses. one new survey shows rubio pulling ahead of ted cruz into second place.. behind donald trump. now.. other gop candidates are taking aim. chris christie (r) presidential candidate christie: he's a
senator and he's had no experience at all of ever managing anything. the republican field in new hampshire is now a little smaller.. with mike huckabee and rand paul dropping out after poor finishes in iowa. on the democratic side.. with martin o'malley also gone.. the two remaining candidates will meet for another debate tonight. this will be the first time hillary clinton and bernie sanders have squared-off.. one on one.. with sanders holding a 20-point lead over clinton in new hampshire. if you had trouble filing your taxes overnight, it wasn't you. the i-r-s e-file system was down... because of a computer hardware failure. the "where's my refund" feature but.. the tax agency doesn't think the problem will actually delay refunds. the notorious ex-c-e-o of turing pharmaceuticals -- got a grilling by congress today on drug pricing. while c-e-o, he hiked prices of a drug used to treat aids and cancer patients from 13-dollars-50-cents a pill to 750-dollars a pill. shkreli took the stand today, but refused to give testimony.
pharmaceuticals, founder and former ceo) "on the advice of counsel, i invoke my fifth amendment privilege against declined to answer questions.. except for one. congressman trey gowdy tried his hand at getting an answer out of shkreli and briefly succeeded when he asked him about the pronunciation of his name. a california man is suing mcdonald's in federal court over what he says is fake cheese in the company's mozzarella sticks. the man is asking for his dollar-and- 27 cents back, and seeking damages for u-s customers he says were misled. mcdonald's website describes the cheese sticks as being made with 100 percent real mozzarella. the man filed court documents alleging that tests found the sticks to contain more water and starch than federal food labeling laws allow. mcdonald's has vowed to fight the allegations. earth, wind & fire founder maurice white has died. the musician past away in his white suffered from parkinson's
dozens of passengers on an australian cruise ship are battling a gastro- intestinal outbreak. the cruise line says more than 150 passengers and crew are confined to their cabins while the boat is wiped clean. passengers say the ship's pool was drained and they were not allowed to serve their own food as staff desperately tried to keep the bug from spreading. the ship is now docked in sydney after a 12-day cruise to new zealand. two u-s airlines are issuing some new guidelines as the zika virus continues to spread. united and delta now say they will allow crew members who are pregnant.. or might become pregnant.. to opt-out of flights to the caribbean and latin america.. where the virus is a concern. the virus is linked to neurological problems and babies born with abnormally small skulls. there is currently no zika vaccine or treatment. just in time for valentine's day.. the animal foundation is slashing its prices! now through the 15th adoption fees for all dogs and cats six
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with highs peaking around 60 with just a few passing high thin clouds overhead. there could be a few moderate gusts out of the north on friday but nothing more than 15-20mph. saturday will be even warmer with clear sunny skies and the winds will start to die down as temperatures warm. highs will be in the low to mid 60s with mid to upper 60s sunday and upper 60s to low 70s coming monday. temperatures stay nice and warm through the middle of next week as high pressure sits directly overhead and will allow for some simply wonderful weather to make up for the cold we've seen over the past couple days. later in the week some high clouds may push over the city which could cool temperatures by a few degrees, but long range models don't have any kind of significant weather change in the works for the
weekend in downtown las vegas. there are events all weekend but the big race is sunday before the big game. there's a link to register on our website ktnv.com super bowl 50 is on its way to becoming the most expensive sporting event in u- s history. ticket tracking sites report that the average ticket price is just shy of five thousand dollars... ... far more expensive than tickets to super bowl 49, which had set a record for the n-f-l. the game's close proximity to silocon valley is a likely factor in the price jump. up next in today's health report.. some advice for parents on ways to keep your children out of the cyber-world.. and get them spending more time in the real world. when i try to get him to stop playing the games he turns into another person hear some expert advice on how to limit screentime without being the bad guy. in today's health report,
cys!mexperts now saying it could hurt their emotional development. as abc's reena ninan shares.. one mom is trying to turn in around.. with her new movie.. "screenagers". script: :14 from film it all started with one question, what new phone to get for my daughter as a physician, delaney ruston is used to diagnosing problems and solving them, but as a mom to teens, tessa and chase, she struggled with a dilemma facing many americans: how much technology is too much for her kids? sot from intvu i was completely struggling with how to get my kids to not be on screens all the time. in a fascinating new movie called "screenagers," ruston explores her own family's desire for screen time... film 3:20 why should you have a phone? makes me feel a lot more connected or 1319 (delaney to her daughter ) what would you do if you had a smart phone? i'd be cool // and be
situations ... and the science of how it can actually affect young minds. and of a sense of self film nicholas carr, author what the internet is doing to our brains 4:28 studies indicate that there seems to be a release of pulling it out and glancing at it because you want that release of the pleasure producing chemical kids spend on average of nearly 6.5 hours a day on screens, not including screen time for classroom or homework. "screenagers" finds plenty of parents sharing ruston's struggle, from parents frustrated by the teen selfie culture... film 2954 // i havent seen her take a real photo of anything but herself ... to kids spending too much time playing video games. film 1825 when i try to get him to stop playing the games he turns into another person ruston found the best way to manage her own family's screen use was having boundaries which includes a family contract that they've designed together. 01;17;55;16 we don't have cellphones in our bedrooms at night. not at the dining room table. and also when we are in the car but it isn't always easy.
unlimited access but i do understand and recognize that the rules are there for a legitimate reason. [suggested cut for time] delaney 01;23;10;45 it's still a struggle at times// but now we feel like a group that is doing this together. still ahead... a final look at your forecast! tonight's primetime lineup begins with the conclusion of madoff, starting at 8- then action news at 11 before judge judy.. a look at some of the top
on scene of a sh praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. a practical and successful legislator, bernie sanders passed more roll-call amendments in a republican congress than any other member, primary care access for millions of americans, protected social security, cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders -- a consistent, principled, and effective leader. building a future to believe in.
basically ripped my shorts off. >> judge judy: you're afraid of him? you're afraid of him? >> yes. >> afraid of your meal ticket. >> judge judy: [ raps desk ] it's gonna be so easy to issue my ruling. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution 22-year-old robert murach is suing his ex-girlfriend, 19-year-old angela caudle for the return of a laptop she took when she moved out. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 247 on the calendar in the matter of murach vs. caudle. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. folks, have a seat. >> judge judy: miss caudle, you and the defendant lived together as a couple for a period of time. he claims that when you left, you took a laptop that was his.