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gloves at last night's debate taking jabs at the republican ont-runner but trump seemingly fazed. >> you're a lot of fun up here tonight, i have to tell you. in the meantime, hillary clinton hoping to pull in some votes by getting her groove on. we're live in washington. and how about getting our surf on. fearless wave riders hanging ten on some massive waves. the rare competition that so many have been waiting for. and we say good morning on this friday morning. we're going to start with the breaking details about the rampage in kansas. by one count, e nation's 33rd mass shooting so far this year. >> heavily armed officers with guns drawn flooded the area around a lawn mower plant. one of the workers had already killed killed three and wounded
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>> the frightening incident playing out in the small town, hesston, kansas. abc's clayton sandell is there. >> reporter: police say 38-year-old cedric ford started his rampagehooting at random drivers wounding two before heading to excel industries in hesston, kansas, where he worked. >> to have something like this is tragic. >> reporter: fords heads inside armed with a rifle and handgun and opens fire on his co-workers. >> and then i seen a mob of people just start running out saying, run, run, and pop, pop, pop, pop, pop is all i heard and then everybody started scattering out of the building, and i didn't realize what had happened until we got outside and i started seeing wounded people coming out. >> reporter: police and witnesses say he kept shooting until a single officer, the first to arrive, fires back. >> there was a particular law enforcement here in hesston that responded right away, and even though he took fire, he went inside of that place and saved multiple, multiple lives. a hero as far as i'm concerned. >> reporter: in the end four employees including the shooter would not survive.
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>> inside the building he shot a total of 15 people. >> reporter: around 150 employees were inside at the time. worried friends and family waited outside for news. >> i just can't believe that the guy that shot people up lived right across the street fr us. >> reporter: not much is known yet ababout the ctims who have not been identified. ford has an extensive criminal record in florida. police aren't saying why they believe he opened fire, but they've ruled out terrorism. excel is a family owned company that makes lawn mowing equipment since 1960. clayton sandell, abcews, wichita, kansas. >> and this morning police are saying something triggered ford's rampage, but they haven't revealed a specific motive yet. >> and you saw a woman in clayton's story talking to a reporter after the rampage. her husband had been right next to a co-worker who was shot then the reporter pointed out her husband, an emotional but, unfortunately, all too familiar scene playing out live on tv.
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familiar and sad. of course, we're going to continue to follow that throughout t the morni including on "good morning america." but we want to get to our other breaking news overnight, new debate fireworks. marco rubio and ted cruz tag teaming donald trump in houston blasting the front-runner on everything from immigration to his privileged background. >> it was their first debate without jeb bush, but his parents right there. the first lady, former first lady and president bush drawing loud cheers from the audience. it's "your voice, your vote. here's some of last night's most fiery moments. the florida senator unleashed attack after attack on trump putting the republican front-runner on defense. >> you're the only person on this stage that's ever been fined for hiring people to work on your projects illegally. you hired some workers from -- >> you know, i'm the only one on the stage that's hired people. you haven't hired anybody.y. >> this is a guy who inherited $200 million. if he hadn't inherited $200 million, you know where donald trump would be right now?
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>> no. >> now he's repeating himself. >> no, no, no. >> mr. trump -- >> i don't repeat myself. i don't repeat myself. >> you don't repeat yourself? >> here's the guy who repeats himself. >> you repeat yourself every day. [ cheers and applause ] >> talk ababout repeing i watched him repeat h himself fe times four wee ago. >> i saw you repeat yourself five seconds ago. >> it was a meltdown. i watched it. [ cheers and applause ] >> trump also took incoming fire from ted cruz who hopes to win his home state of texas on super tuesday. >> when i was leading the fight against the gang of eight amnesty bill, where was donald? he was firing dennis rodman on "celebrity apprentice." >> trump unfazed by the repeated assaults. >> keep fighting. keep swinging, man. swing for the fences. you're a lot of fun up here tonight. i have to tell you. >> reporter: trump also reacting to a strong statement by the former president of mexico, vicente fox, using an obscenity
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pay for trump's wall. >> the wl just got ten feet taller, believe me. >> reporter: the bickering between the three republicans overshadowed the two others on stage, ohio governor john kasich and ben carson. >> can somebody attack me, please? >> wolf. >> well, trump's rivals are hoping that they hit hard enough to stop p his momeum as they head into super tuesday. 11 states will cast their ballots, and nearly 600 delegates are at stake, so it could be a make-or-break moment for some of these candidates. >> donald trump must have felt like he walked into the red wedding last night. the democrats have one more key hurdle before next week. abc's kenneth moton with the latest. kenneth, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yes, the democrats are sharpening their pitches to african-american voters before tomorrow's primary in south carolina. hillary clinton and her husband former president bill clinton crisscrossed the entire state making 13 stops in south carolina this week alone, bernie sanders just two, but he's
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tuesy states and beyond. 7,000 in missouri. 8,000 in massachusetts. 9,000 in oklahoma. while the publicans debated, clinton danced at a charlie wilson concert in charleston and also she was at a black church with senator cory booker of new jersey at her side talking gun control and recalling the charleston church massacre. bernie sanders insists that he has not given up on winning in the south, but he spent yesterday in ohio, illinois and michigan. sanders took part in a forum in flint to discuss he hopes americans will look at quote, never again. he drew his biggest crowd in president obama's hometownwn of chicago. reena and kendis. >> all right, kenneth moton, does look like hillary clinton was performing the whip and nae nae there. d.c. we move on now. apple has filed a fiercely
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order that it must assist the fbi in unlocking the iphone of one of the san bernardino shooters. the company claims the government is seeking what it calls dangerous por. it also says the constitution forbids what the government is asking it to do. fbi director james comey countered apple's claim that if software is written to unlock the iphone, it would put iphone users everywhere at risk of hacking. comey said that was not a legitimate concern. well, new developments in the politically charged battle over the supreme court nominee. the republican governor of nevada says he's not interested. brian sandoval's name had been floated as a possible nominee earliethis week. said that they won't consider the president's nominee in any case. employees into spieses. the shocking move by seaworld exposed. how they tried to fool animal activists. and a controversial move. a state governor proclaiming a confederate heritage month.
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debate ahead. houston fire crews have capped aeaking gas line that sparked a damaging two-alarm fire in an upscale neighborhood. city workers were repairing a broken water main when their backhoe hit the gas line and they ignited it. flames engulfed the roof of a nearby home but they were put out quickly. this note from overseas where today will be a crucial day ahead in syria. cease-fire in the long civil war is set to begin within hours. it'll be a chance for much needed humanitarian aid to reach remote areas. fighting is likely to continue, however, as isis and other terror g groups opate in that country. president obama says the coming weeks are critical to syria's future, but he's adamant that the cease-fire not impact the u.s. efforts to destroy isis there. and breaking overnight, a powerful message to north korea.
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missile blasting off from california. the test launch coming as worries grow over north korea's nuclear capabilities. on the diplomatic front, the u.s. has introduced a draft u.n. security council resolution aimed at stepping up pressure on the north. the council is expected to vote over the weekend. president obama's expressing confidence about the country's battle against the zika virus. the president said they believe there is a promising pathway for diagnostics and vaccines. the comments made at a white house health summit were more optimistic than the tone of some federal researchers. then there's this, the governor of mississippi has signed a proclamation declaring april confederate heritage month but made no mention of slavery. governor phil bryant's office says he believes the state's history deserves reflection regardless of how unpleasant or complicated parts of it may be. the mississippi state flag is the last in the country to feature the confederate emblem. well, coming up, courtroom
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erin andrews unable to w watch the nude images taken by her alleged stalker. what she had to say.
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worked. inside they say ford opened fire on co-workers killing three and wounding mor than a dozen others. a responding officer shot and killed ford. no specific motive has been given. by some accounts it's the 33rd mass shooting in the u.s. this year. well, details in the trial involving "dancing with the stars" host erin andrews. jurors have been shown secretly recorded nude videos of her. >> andrews left the courtroom right before the imaging were shown suing the man who shot the videos and the nashville hotel where she was staying for $75 million. a computer expert tesfied that 16 million people have viewed the videos online and it's still going on. >> i know of no way to get it off just in doing continued research, people are still postg the video online a year ago, six months ago, a month ago. >> her therapist testified that andrews couldn't stop thinking
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been publicly humiliated. andrews is expected to take the stand next week. ell, seaworld is making a startling admission using employees to spy on peta. seaworld says it received what it calls credibl threats and claims it was just trying to protect the safety of its co-workers and customerers. park officials now say they'll end the practice. well, a majoror medical milestone in cleveland. a 26-year-old has undergone the first uterus transplant in the u.s.s. she'll now have to wait a year to become pregnant to allow her body to heal completely. she will also have to take anti-rejection drugs. women in europe have gotten pregnant with a transplanted uterus but it's never been tried here in the u.s. a rule chahange in major league baseball. so-called rolling block slides are now banned. you may recall chase utley of the dodgers taking out mets infielder ruben tejada during last year's playoffs.
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potential double play broke tejada's leg. from now on those types of slides are illegal. violatioions of t new rule can get both the runner and batter calllled out. check out these. the waves, they were surfing off the north shore of oahu. this was a big wave competition known as the eddie and only takes place in sustained waves organizers said yesterday's waves were up to 60 feet. a local surfer named john john florence won the event afterer wahing rides on four massisive waves. this was the first eddy competition in six years. >>ay to go john john. incredible scenes there. >> more incredible scenes. we get sports highlights from espn. >> he's stan. i'm neil. nba.a. >> warriors once again, golden
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their currentnt seven-game road trip in orlando to take on the magic. steph curry sets the nba record, 128 straight regular season games with a three-pointer breaking the t with kyle korver to take over sole possession of that record. dunk contest, at it again. he had 19. it didn't matter. curry, stop, just s stop it. from 44 feet. how about 51. his third 50-point game of the season, 10 of 15 from three. warriors again. >> all right, so you got the warriors, the spurs then you got the thunder and then the clippers. those are your top four in the west but russell westbrook. he originally went to ucla on a gymnastics scholarship and chose to play basketball. anthony davis had 30. he's good. >> take flight. >> working, you know what he's
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that's what the kids call that. fourth quarter. okc trying to get back in and get back. no. pelicans beat the thunder. save our sonics. >> 23-34 for neworleans. not out of it, yet. back to you. >> some good shots there on the court. here's a truly phenomenal one.e. it happened during an intramal basketball game. ooh. you saw that. two-handed nearly full court shot made with the kid not even looking at the basket. >> on his twitter page he calls himself a student athlete at georgia southern university. great going, you are a ar. >> i hope the nba would call. >> the knicks need someone like. the curious moment at the debate that had so many wondering what ben carson meant about his reference to fo. overnight reaction to the release of "fuller house."
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time for "the pulse" and one of the most bizarre lines from last night's republican debate. >> ben carson, he didn't do too much talking about how he would choose a supreme court justice left many people, well, kindof scratching their heads and set twitter on fire. >> what have they done in the past? what kind of judgments have they made and associations do they have? that will tell you more tan an interview, the fruit salad of their life is what i would look at. >> fruit salad of their life. >> maybe he was hungry. >> oh, boy. well, carson later explained he was referring to a biblical verse, knowing a person by their fruit, not before thehrase
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including this showing carson as one of the wiggles. >> maybe the man didn't have dinner. >> maybe he was hungry. >> that's my explanation. "fuller house" finally available often netflix released this morning and fans are ecstatic about this. >> the sequel centers on widowed mother d.j. played by candace cacameron bu. >> well, most of the original stars have returne except for e olsen twins who say they're no longer comfortable in front of the camera and twitter is exploding with fan reaction. some say that they're blowing off work today to watch all 13 episod others say they're so happy they're crying tears of joy. it's a long wait for fans of "fuller house." >> a couple decades ago. the academy awards are almost upon us. the big ceremony is sunday night in trying to keep it a secret.
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hours and counting until the red carpet on hollylywoodoulevard is full of stars, this is a live picture by the way but who will take home the gold? leonardo dicaprio is expected to take home his first oscar in six tries for best actor in "the revenant." >> while 26-year-old brie larson seems to be on track to earn best actress academy award for "room." >> but as for the best picture, "spotlight" and "the big short" lately getting a lot of buzz but it might be leo and the bear to hunt down the oscar on sunday night. >> these are all really, really great films looking forward to chris rock. >> make sure to join us sunday at 7:00 eastern. >> more news after this.ere the first in my family to aduate from college, raised active twin girls, and trained as a nurse. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes causes diabetic nerve pain. lyrica ifda approved to treat this pain.
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the sharpest jabs coming from marco rubio, hing to break trump's winning streak as they head into super tuesday. one day to go until the next democratic primary.y. hillary clinton, bernie sanders battling for a win tomorrow in south calina. but both are looks ahead to super tuesday. looking at today's weather map coal and dry in the east, ld in the midwesest, stormy in the pacific northwest. sunny and pleasant across the south. finally this morning what's become a weekly look at a lighter side of the presidential race there's just so much material out there for the late night comics deal with. >> w can wait no longer so we present this week's "friday funnies." >> the gop held their nevada caucus and the people in vegas did what they do best, they pulled the lever and risked absolutelyeverything. and when it was over, it came up orange, orange, orange. >> trump is now the undisputed front-runner for the republicacan
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has everyone asking the same question. >> did donald trump be stopped? >> the media is talking about trump's win the way reporters in the movie "armageddon" talked about the asteroid. >> donald trump's wife melania says she speaks english, italian,rench and german. which is good because if she ever becomes first lady she'll need to apologize for her husbd in at least those four languages. >> we won with highly educated. we won with poorl educated. i love the poorly educated. >> which they replyied us love you mr. trumps. done on saturday night after finishing fourth in south carolina, jeb finally put himself out of his misery and dropped out of the race go that means marco rubio and ted cruz are both hoping to pick up jeb's supporters. yeah, and jeb was like, joke's on you. i didn't have any supporters. ah! >> some analysts are already
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of his son, george p. bush. yes, george p. bush, yeah. george p. bush has his campaign slogan. don't worry, i was adopted. > more young voters said they would like to have a ml with bernie sanders than with beyonce. a shift, of course, that happened a after bernie stole the spotlight at the super bowl halftime show. >> a l lot of fun there. >> don't forget the oscars sunday night. that'shat's making news. >> have a great weekend.moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " elias: good morning iowa! i'm elias johnson... sabrina: and i'm sabrina ahmed. it's x:00 a-m on friday february 26th elias: good to have everyone with us!
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iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: we are starting our warm up today with a cloudy start and a sunny finish to the day. highs today are going to climb into the upper 40s under a nice and wind. overnight clear skies around with a quiet and mild night as lows fall into the low 30s. saturday we're going to stay sunny with a breezy southwest winds and highs climbing into the mid 60s! we'll stay very warm and mild with lows falling into the mid 40s. sunday a cold front is going to come through in the morning so we are going to see our highs stall into the mid 50s and a few light

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