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anyone planning their next move. >> a family in georgia has been left with almost nothing, movers who apparently movers at all. >> reporter: police say these movers aren't movers at all. but thieves loading up their u-haul some $70,000 worth of furniture. >> our stuff is gone. >> the atlanta home owner said that she's embarrassed to show her face because she hired the movers through an ad on craigslist. the furniture never showed up at the new home. >> we built a life here. memories, we have items that are ir irreplace nl that's on that truck. >> reporter: the truck found the next day, empty. they're looking for these two men, an atlanta-based company contacted by the homeowners. of course, find a reputable company and check that your mover is registered.
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try supervising the loading and unloading. all the family recovered a box of their personal documents. we tried to reach that moving company but we have not heard back. >> they did get a box back, apparently it has a birth certificate in it, a death record. she said the same box had an ipad in it, iphone in it. none of that came back. the record needed and the bible. >> the rally important things they really did get. >> sympathetic robbers some brownie points there? time for the kentucky derby. >> announcer:
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♪ ♪ ♪ come on meet me at the finish line ♪ we're less than a one week away from our favorite rites of spring. the kentucky derby. you can't celebrate this american classic without a classic menu, so joining us now is american chief entertainment officer is tim lair, nice to have you here. >> kendis, i'm so excited. it's always the first saturday in may. this year it's going to be may
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7th. the drink is mint julep. first of all, make a mint simple sir up. basically one part water and one part sugar in a pan. bring it to a boil. then, add one part mint leaves, stems and all. steep like a tea, what's left over is this beautiful mint simple sir up. >> how long do you steep for it? >> for about 20 minutes. >> to build the perfect mint julep, it has to start with a little bourbon. the official bourbon of the kentucky derby. so, i sat that out. one once of your mint simple sir up goes in. here's a twist i use, i like to have flavor sets out. put in different flavors -- strawberry, blueberry, guava,
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peach or even mango -- you like blueberry? >> i do. >> this is an alcohol-free version. i used iced tea. just a splash right on top. your guest can build their own. whatever flavor they like best, that's fine. get a little stir straw in there. that ends that. i'll do the same. you got to have the mint garnish. kendis, this is the quintessenti quintessential. actually, you had that sitting straw when you draw this drink to your mouth, you get that wonderful fresh minute. cheers. hmm, delicious. fantastic. >> it tastes better with alcohol in it. anyway, here's a great derby
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treat, too. i call this my derby blt. the secret to this is the mayonnaise. about a cup of mayonnaise is in there. not a lot of bourbon. >> did you just put bourbon in mayonnaise. >> it's great. the only thing that goes in next is a teaspoon of smoked paprika and black person. that's all you need. i usually stamp out these little rounds. it's absolutely fabulous. give this is a good stir at home. it really comes together and its the secret to is sandwich. tomato and the lettuce. that's the secret right there. >> there's nothing wrong. bacon and mayo. >> with a it will bit of tomato. you're going to go wow, was that
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good? that easy, that good. . of course, we went in -- great dessert you had the recipe. pecan fudge with a little bourbon. >> what's going on here? >> you're having a derby party without me. >> diane, you won't miss any party. >> thank you, tim. kendis trying to keep it all to himself. can't allow that. cheers. >> cheers to the derby. we're having fun now. >> thank you for joining the party. >> thank you. >> it's that easy. >> whisky and everything. >> you can melt the choke lit chips in the microwave. >> don't you love the peach? >> i love the peach. >> who's going to win this year? >> i better not say, i'll get in trouble. >> i think we're all winners now. tim laird, thank you, man.
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lysol that. ♪ ♪ finally this half-hour, a visit to toldest air force facility in the u.s., located along the coast of southeastern virginia. >> yes, and "good morning america's" jesse palmer goes there and takes a ride of a lifetime. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: welcome to the historic langley air force base. "good morning america." the first tv crews ever inside this surveillance company. where men and women keep watch
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over exclusive drone surveillance over the middle east every day. >> we're looking at 560 hours of video, pieces of intelligence information to go to war fighter, the president. >> reporter: after witnessing the critical work being done on the ground it was time to see what the air force can do in the sky -- top gun-style. with the captain. >> we're going up together. you're like my best friend. no way, check it out. >> outlaw palmer, that's so cool. ♪ ♪ >> this is the real thing now, the heart is starting to race. ♪ highway to the danger zone >> reporter: and with that, liftoff. that is awesome. we did three of those iconic 360-degree rolls. that's one.
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dos. tres. our top speed -- 7.7 gs. that is like being on the craziest roller coast er. we made it! >> the good thing about that is, jesse did not throw up and you can see that hair product stood up to the gravity. >> yes, well done, jesse and the hair team. >> exactly. >> i'm surprised he got up at all. a few people have done this now and every one of them they come off and lay on the tarmac for a few minutes incapable of getting up. so, bravo, jesse. >> that's the news for this half hour.
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this morning, on "world news now" -- the last republican left. >> donald trump stands alone as the party's nominee, he now faces a new challenge -- to bring the gop together. this, as hillary clinton prepares for battle. we'll have the lastest from this much narrower campaign trail. the infore know causing a state of emergency right now. thousands giving no choice but to flee. leaving behind their homes and businesses to burn. the monster flames refusing to let up. the investigation into prince's death. the feds are now getting invovld. as reports surface of the star seeking addiction treatment. the $348 million jackpot too good to pass up. moments away from the big reveal on this thursday, may 5th.
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really, really big. good morning on this thursday morning. busy with the big reveal. >> the numbers are streaming in right now for the powerball jackpot -- they're streaming in. >> yes! >> we just teased -- you heard the powerball numbers. today's about instant gratification. >> it is. they are -- 30, 47, 57, 66, 69 and 3. >> the powerball number is 3. welcome, folks. however don't go -- >> breaking development -- this just in, nobody won. 12k3w4r however, saturday's jackpot will now be $415 million. >> yes. >> jack i know you had your hopes up. but i still believe in you, buddy. >> we still have a chance.
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saturday it is. >> jack you have to finish for the rest of this show. but. on to politics, the last man standing. donald trump has knocked out his final republican rival. a new challenge ahead -- uniting his splibterred party. >> john kasich exited the race yesterday for the white house, immediately following ted cruz of course. now trump is considering running mates and gearing up for a likely one-on-one battle with hillary clinton. it's "your voice, your vote." we get the latest now from abc's karen traifers zblrp and then there was one. after a decisive win in indiana donald trump is the last man standing in the republican race. >> it's been some unbelievable day and evening and year. >> reporter: john kasich announcing he's ending his bid as well. >> the people of our country changed me. they changed me with the stories of their lives. >> reporter: ted cruz vowed to fight trump all of the way to convention. instead after a crushing loss
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bowed out. >> with boundless optimism for the long-term future of our nation we are suspending our campaign. >> reporter: on the democratic side, bernie sanders, not going anywhere. >> what democracy is about you have a vote and you got a vote and you got a vote and you got a vote. one person, one vote. >> reporter: he pulled out a four-point win over hillary clinton. but her focus has already shifted to trump. she told cnn. >> he's loose cannons and loose cannons tend to misfires. >> so has trump's. >> she can't put it away. like a football team. i put it away. >> reporter: he'll have to make a hard sell. hillary clinton with 13-point lead over donald trump. kendis, diane. >> all right, karen, thank you. some republican leaders have reluctantly said they'll support trump. we should point out that first and second president bush both
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said they have no plans to endorse. abc's jon karl takes a look at the state by state challenge. >> reporter: hillary clinton begins this with a significant advantage. the states in dark blue are states that have voted democratic in all of the last six presidential races. all she has to do is to hang on to those states and win the state of florida and she has the electoral votes to be elected president. what trump hopes to do to change that, win his home state of new york, neighboring pennsylvania anding perhaps even michigan. if he can do that he can change the dynamic and win. >> that's jon karl in washington. a new development in the hillary clinton e-mail controversy. a federal judge ruled that hillary clinton may have to give a deposition. conservatives have filed a lawsuit under the disclosure of information. north of border a raging
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wildfire has forced nearly 90,000 people to evacuate western canada main oil city. in ft. mcmurray. officials say all efforts to suppress the fire have failed. unseasonably hot and dry conditions are continuing to feed it. temporary cease-fire has taken hold in the embattled city of aleppo, in syria. the army made the announcement late last night. hundreds of civilians have been killed or injured during the attacks over the past ten days and hospitals have been destroyed. the cease-fire is expected to last only 48 hours. and an army captain has sued president obama over the legality of the war against isis, captain nathan smith seen there, argues the president failed to get the okay from congress. smith said his vow to uphold the
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constitution prompted this whole lawsuit. no comment from the white house. now to the latest in the flint water crisis. the city's utility director has cooperated. this as president obama visited the city and drank the water. abc's adrian banker has the latest. >> can i get some water? >> reporter: bottoms up for president obama as he took a sip of filtered flint water. the verdict -- >> if you're using a filter, installing it, then flint water at this point is drinkable. >> reporter: after weeks of hearings and investigations even criminal charges trying to find who is responsible, residents say they want to know what more will be done to make the tap water drinkable. later at a high school, michigan governor was booed on stage. the president attempting to calm
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the crowd he called feisty. >> this was a man made disaster. this was avoidable. this was preventable. >> reporter: he also praised flint residents. she wrote a letter to the commander in chief. >> that's what i'm here. i see and hear you. >> reporter: president obama insisting it wasn't about finger pointing but assuring the community and the officials work together. the pipes may take years to replace. >> our thanks to adrianne. a work place shooting left two people dead. a man dismissed from a houston transportation company, he opened fire killing a co-worker
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and injuring at least two others before turning the gun on himself. people are calling this shooting a retail ya toir act. a man has been charged with the kidnapping of a navajo nation girl. investigators he separated them and sexually assaulted the girl before killing her with a crow bar and abandoning the bar. he could face in prison. new development into the investigation of prince's death. both the u.s. attorney and the dea have joined the probe. abc's eva pilgrim has the latest. >> reporter: a new bomb shell the very day he died, prince's inner circle was trying to get help for his addiction to pain pills. they contacted a doctor an
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expert in pain medication addiction who runs a california clinic for what his lawyer refefrs to a life-saving intervention. the doctor immediately rushed his son andrew on a red eye to paisley park. carrying a drug to help deal with addiction withdrawal. >> when he arrived he went looking for prince. staff representatives apparently found him in a elevator unconscious. one of the staff members started screaming. >> reporter: the plan was to give the medicine to a local doctor who was supposed to see prince later the same morning, but instead, according to his lawyer, andrew called 911. prince was pronounced dead at 10:09 a.m. too late for prince to agree to california for long-term care under the doctor's supervision. sources tell us prince was found by his body guard. eva pill gram, abc news.
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former browns quarterback johnny manziel is expected to appear in a texas courtroom letter today. here 's the mug shot. he was booked on a misdemeanor charge. manziel posted and quickly deleted a tweet, just thankfully i had a shirt. other sporting news, sometimes in baseball, you don't know what you're going to see on field -- case in point, the cubs/pirates game yesterday. the ground ball to the cubs pitcher jon lester. he couldn't get the ball out of his glove. he tossed the ball and his glove. >> deja vu, he made the exact same play last april, also, well this time against the padres last year. the good thing about that play
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is the heads-up move on the first baseman, he quickly dropped his glove, sees that it's coming to him. >> i just wonder, one, how you make that thought process happen so fast for see him, see the ball stropd, drop his glove and catch the other guy's glove and how stuck was that ball. i would be worried. >> split-second decisionmaking there. >> they made it well. >> the cubs won the game. they're doing great. >> the dead look when sports knowledge up. >> i mean, sorry. >> those indianapolis cubs. >> go i know they're from chicago. >> coming up later in the mix -- smell resistance socks. >> but first, helping kids to ride and the thrill of hopping
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a on and off the bicycle. and also, guarding from mosquitos. the zika virus causing even more anxiety as summer approaches. some of the best products to look for. behind the scenes pics on instagram. on abcwnn.
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the area lost power. crews finally managed to shut the water off, but the damage was already done. check out this huge sinkhole left right in the middle of the road. on the west coast, there it is, california has put a damper on youth smoking. the golden state has become the second state in the country following hawaii to raise the smoking age to 21. california will also start regulating electronic seg lets like other tobacco products. now the fight against the zika virus, somewhat unique approach the health department is giving out fear minnows with backyard ponds just north of new york city. >> the idea for those minnows to eat the mosquito larva before they have a chance to hatch and spread disease. here's abc's gio benitez zblsh
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fierce swelling around the zika virus and the mosquitos that spread it. >> it's a very difficult mosquito to control and eliminate. >> reporter: u.s. officials now saying it's quote very likely that zika would spread from mosquitos to humans in america. with summer right around the corner, what is the best thing you and your family can do to combat the disease right here at home. >> last spring, 15 insect repellants were tested. against the specific mosquitos known for carrying and spreading zika. they were saw yar picaridin. deep woods viii was found to be the most effective. we caught up with the bug guy from the university of maryland for his tips. >> insect-repellant is a very good way to prevent bites.
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>> reporter: but what else can you do around your home. >> other things that homeowners should consider to do around the home this time of year is to get rid of those breeding sights. eliminate all sources of standing water. if you have an old paint guy behind the tool shed, dump those things out and get rid of it. if it holds water for two weeks it can breed mosquitos. coming up in our next-half hour, extremely close call. a helicopter crew to thank for their quick-thinking. miraculous story you have to see and hear. and riding a bike is a great rite of passage. one group helping kids get up and rolling. you're watching
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♪ i want to ride my bicycle ♪ i want to ride my bike ♪ ♪ i think people like to ride their bicycles. can be scary at any level. experts fear crashes like this one massive pileup that happened at a race in new york last weekend. >> but for some kids the biggest fear and really the reality is never learning how to ride in the first place. abc's mary bruce shows a new program in our nation's capital aiming to change that. >> reporter: this is a milestone in the making. >> ah! >> reporter: nerves, anticipation. and then, pure bliss. these brave and smiling students are learning to ride a bike. at school. a first of its kind program in the country, helping all 2,000 d.c. public school second graders achieve this rite of passage. from the wobbly starts to the
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triumphant finishes, with a few crashes in between. >> are you okay? >> reporter: in many urban neighborhoods, some kids never learn to ride. 7-year-old chloe remembers what it's like to miss out. >> i was the only one that couldn't ride a bike. >> reporter: so, you went from being the one kid in the class who didn't know, and now look at you. you pretty proud of yourself? there's that smile. schools building confidence and independence, one pedal at a time. mary bruce, abc news, washington. >> you know it's interesting when this all started it was a partnership between the d.c. public school system the did department of transportation and private donors. never do you see three entities working together like that it's great. >> it's coming together really well. d.c. is turning into one of those mobile cities when it comes to biking.
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coming up the true meaning of a wild goose chase. >> you got to see this.
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for better results, use finish jet-dry. time now for the mix and we start with a bit of a peculiar episode with a little girl who's just trying to help. this 5-year-old from spring, texas was trying to help a little baby goose, however the mother goose didn't quite see it that way. poor summer, the mother goose charges at her, sends her diving for the pavement. >> look at the horrified look. >> won't let her go. now, who's taking the picture, you might ask. answer, her neighbor. >> not helping her out. >> apparently not. though we are told a neighbor did step in to help. also in those pictures, summer's sister who was also there, by
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the way -- and later wrote, summer got attacked by a goose today. made me laugh so hard. that was summer's sister's take. summer is the littlest and the slowest so the goose got her. so, her sister was there. summer, however, laughed and smiled after it was all over. she was perfectly fine. mother goose back with her goslings. >> she looks happy about it. >> i sympathize they can get aggressive. a goose came over wasn't happy about that, decided to chase me and my bag of wonder bread. i ran frantically screaming. >> wow. we have saw one of the biggest problems of the world.
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but smelly socks. yeah, these farmers came up with the fiber that apparently, with the socks they've made, take a look at the socks it doesn't smell. you don't have to wash them at all. you can wear them again and again and again. they're made of mohair fibers. >> but are they actually clean or do they just not smell. >> they're not necessarily clean. they won't smell as bad. >> a little bit gross, maybe? >> it's disgusting. it will be popular. >> very popular in college dorm rooms as well. a couple got engaged, big moment for them. but then, their wedding ring got stolen. >> what happened? >> no good. they made up for it
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this morning on "world news now" -- alone at last. now that trump has knocked off all of his republican opponents he's locked in on hillary clinton. despite still battling bernie sanders, clinton is taking on trump. we have the latest ahead. out of control. a wildfire has thousands fleeing their homes. we're going to meet some of the desperate residents who have seen almost everything burn to the ground. new this half-hour -- an incredibly close call in a rescue operation. >> a rope getting tangled. >> how the pilot's reaction got them out of this life-threatening situation. and harry has arrived. the prince is bringing his unique sense of style to the sunshine state. why he's here in the u.s. and the commotion his visit is causing. all that ahead on this thursday, may 5th.
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no debate about it, harry's hotter. >> harry's hotter now. yes. but william -- william was a heartthrob when i was a teenager. >> william is also the future king -- >> yeah. but he's also taken. some am i, but whatever. >> there's that minor detail. a hall pass. he's the prince. >> i think we should move on. we're going to get started with the battle for the republican nomination, it's whittled down to a field of one. >> donald trump is hoping to get republicans to rally around him after forcing ted cruz and john kasich to drop out of the race. and the political outsider is now looking to fill the other half of his ticket with a political insider. it's "your voice, your vote." we get the latest from abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: meet the new leader of the republican party -- donald trump. sounding almost surprised he's closed the deal. and now, knocking hillary clinton. >> i thought that i'd be going
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longer and she'd be going shorter. she can't put it away. that's like a football team that can't put the ball over the line. i put it away. she can't put it away. >> reporter: trump promising to be as tough on clinton as he was on his gop rivals. i don't really like hitting people first. >> reporter: he's already shown he can deliver a knockout blow to the republican establishment. his campaign so often dismissed as a long shot. >> donald is on a path to losing the nomination. >> i will support the republican nominee. i don't think that's going to be donald trump. >> he won't be the nominee. >> reporter: but one by one, his rivals giving up. senator ted cruz -- >> we gave it everything we've got. >> reporter: and ohio governor john kasich. >> i have renewed faith, deeper faith that the lord will show me the way forward. >> reporter: now, with his opponents sidelined, trump is looking for a running mate, and for help, he's reportedly turning to dr. ben carson.
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carson famously joked about being sidelined in the debates. >> i was going to ask you to wake me up when the time came. >> reporter: but now, he'll have his say on trump's vp search committee. carson has no government experience, but he'll help find someone who does. trump on "gma" saying that's what he wants. >> it will be probably a person with political experience. i would like to have somebody that could truly be good with respect to dealing with the senate, dealing with congress, getting legislation passed. >> reporter: that could mean he's looking at someone like former house speaker newt gingrich, who's been supportive. or iowa senator joni ernst. >> i grew up castrating hogs on an iowa farm. >> reporter: a harley-riding veteran trump could turn into a household name. or he could pick a governor like indiana's mike pence or florida's rick scott. campaign sources tell me that the trump children who campaigned so much during the primaries will now be dispatched to important states to campaign
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by themselves, to help out and also to carry the trump flag. tom llamas, abc news, new york. okay, so, donald trump is getting a chilly reception from the republican establishment, including the bush family. a spokesperson for former president george w. bush says he does not plan to participate or comment in the presidential campaign. and the first president bush has no plans to endorse trump, either, saying he's retired from politics. this, by the way, this will be the first time in the last five election cycles that bush 41 has not endorsed a republican nominee. the latest national poll has clinton beating donald trump by double digits. clinton still has to get pass by bernie sanders, but she has 93% of the delegates she needs to clinch the nomination. she's already turning her attention to donald trump. reminding voters of his history of making explosive and devicive comments. >> so you can go down a long
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list, some of which he tried to bob and weave a little bit. i think it's a risk and he's a loose cannon. and loose cannons tend to misfire. >> clinton says she's more prepared to handle the type of personal attacks. trump used to defeat his republican rivals. but she's still taking fire from sanders who's still going full steam ahead after his win in indiana. he campaigned in kentucky last night, hitting clinton on her wall street connections big-money contributions. >> what democracy is about you have a vote and you got a vote and you got a vote and you got a vote. one person, one vote. >> sanders is holding three rallies today in west virginia, a state where hillary clinton is facing criticism over his facing criticism over his her comments about putting coal miners out of work. president obama has promised residents of flint, michigan, he will keep the pressure on until all their water is safe to drink. during his talk at a local high school, president obama drank
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the water. he promised the aging pipes that contaminated the water supply with lead will be replaced. weighing in on north carolina controversial bathroom law targeting the transgender. a justice department official says they have sent a letter informing the state that the law violates title ix. the letter gives north carolina until monday to remedy the situation. to western canada now and a raging wildfire that's forced the evacuation of nearly 90,000 people. the flames have torched nearly 40 square miles and some 1600 structures in ft. mcmurray. officials warn all the efforts to suppress the fire so far has failed. ctv has the latest. >> reporter: in one suburban neighborhood, almost nothing is left. the fire consumed just about everything in its path. leaving so many with so little, including julie robson, whose home is still standing by but scorched. >> there's nothing left. >> i can feel the heat here,
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this is insane. >> reporter: this video showing the scene as residents had to drive past a wall of flames to the only highway out of town. when the fire suddenly shifted, forcing 80,000 people to flee. >> this was nothing short of something that comes out of the movies. >> i know when i left, it was raining ashes. >> reporter: jason blair and his family, including a two-week-old baby, are among those who headed south to safety, taking shelter away from the chaos. now worried if their home will survive. >> my wife is bouncing my 2-week-old with a tear in her eye, trying to be strong, and asking, what are we going to do? >> reporter: officials fully expected the wildfire to flare up again. some fear it could still be a losing battle. >> there's a possibility we may lose a large portion of the town, yes. >> our province is strong and
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we'll get through this. it's official, the biggest recall in u.s. history is growing. the recall involved those exploding air bags blamed for 11 deaths. up to 40 million air bag inflaters are being added. that means one in four cars in the u.s. are impacted. cars in the south and southwest are at most at risk because heat and humidity can degrade the inflaters over time. several companies are helping takata to produce the parts. backers of marijuana legalization initiative said they have collected enough signatures for the measure to qualify for the ballot. if it passes, medical marijuana will get priority for all-new licenses. okay, so whether you have the munchies or not, this is weird -- >> try this -- fried
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chicken-flavored nail polish, kfc has teamed up with spice giant mccormick to produce two nail polishes. >> so, those flavors, of course the original recipe, hot and spicy are applied just like regular nail polish and once it's dried -- the flavor lasts and lasts. >> and here's a downside, only available for now in hong kong. >> that's a downside. >> why is that? >> we always have these stories about weird things that we would love to test out -- >> would you love to test out some fried chicken nail polish? >> no, no. >> it's disgusting. i mean, why would you want to encourage people to lick their own fingers? >> it's part of the whole theme for kfc -- >> i hope that's after you wash your hands and eating chicken. after you get your nails done, i don't know, weird. >> who wants to mess up a good
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mani. coming up in "the skinny," channing tatum takes on a magical tour. >> and the big news for janet jackson, is the superstar revealing there's a baby on the way? how her possible pregnancy and her age are causing headlines. and how everyone on the side of a mountain avoided a catastrophe when a helicopter got caught in a rope. but first, a look at the forecast map. sfla "world news now" weather brought to you by united healthcare. honey, we need to talk. we do? i took the trash out. i know. and thank you so much for that. i think we should get a medicare supplement insurance plan. right now? [ male announcer ] whether you're new to medicare or not, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. it's up to you to pay the difference. so think about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans,
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airline flight from abu dhabi hitting sudden, severe turbulence. as it prepared to land in jakarta yesterday. the airbus a330 landing safely. but nine passengers as you can see there and a crew member had to be hospitalized with serious injuries. they said that the turbulence was severe enough to damage cabinet storage areas. and we're getting what it means for a helicopter pilot to have some serious skills and quick-thinking. >> it took place in a remote area in utah wilderness. the story from abc's kayna whitworth. >> reporter: a dangerous recovery operation after a hiker fell 200 feet. utah department of public official hovering just feet from the face of the cliff. on the edge, you see the rescue team using those orange safety ropes, and then as the rope tightens -- it catches the blade. >> it became from routine to
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very desperate in just a matter of seconds. >> reporter: watch again -- the rescue team said it sounded like an explosion as it went tumbling down the rocks. >> didn't have time to be scared. we need to look for a place to crash. there's something definitely wrong here. >> reporter: he was able to land the badly-damaged chopper in a nearby field, saving all seven of the rescue crew. in the last five years, the utah department of public safety has nearly 500 successful rescue or recovery missions. >> good move by the pilot. when we come back -- "the skinny," prince harry is here in america. >> and more magic mike, stick around. >> together? >> magic mike, prince harry. shirtless. >> sounds eventful. >> how is that for a tease? >> stick around. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. p?p?o?gv
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♪ ♪ skinny so skinny "skinny" time on friday eve. we're going to start with the huge news that prince harry's latest american invasion has gotten under way. a very busy man. >> the young royal mounted up for a charity polo match in south florida.
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>> okay, but the real reason, the main reason that harry is here is the second edition of the invictus games, the olympic-style competition for wounded warriors and veterans, which harry helps organize. he actually founded. it gets under way in orlando on sunday. watch the coverage on espn. >> we now harry has a great sense of humor, he joked that he might have a crown and it came with him on that the trip so children won't be disappointed. when they meet with an actual prince. >> some ladies can't help themselves that harry is around. jack, you found some, right. >> yeah, this is a tweet from littlelo719. she says, prince harry comes to florida this week, operation marry harry is in full effect. this is not a drill! >> well -- >> breaking news! >> are you sure you didn't write that, jack? >> no that was littlelo719.
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>> she means business. watch out harry. >> she loves herself some harry. we'll see how she does. all right, next up, janet jackson, or miss jackson if you're nasty. >> yes, you remember jackson's video last month in which she announced the postponement of her world tour so she could plan a family, that planning seems to have gone pretty well. because entertainment reports that jackson is now pregnant with her first child. >> that's raising some eyebrows because she turns the big 5-0, just a week from next monday, word is, she's due in late fall or early winter. and that report came just hours before the release of a new jackson video for her son, "damn baby," from her latest album "unbreakable." interesting timing there. >> interesting timing, indeed. >> but congratulation and she doesn't look pregnant in that video. >> i don't think it works that way. all right, so, jay z is
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apparently making some lemonade of his own. a report says the music mogul is recording some songs that will reveal his version of events surrounding his apparent rough patch reportedly in his marriage. >> telling his side of things. jay z didn't have anything to say until beyonce unloaded her lemonade album on the world. no word on when the jay z album could be ready for release. >> maybe he'll reveal who is becky is. >> i think it's all just for pr. >> it is. >> they're perfectly happily married. they said, you know what, if we do this people will be interested. okay, so, channing tatum well known for his magic mike moves as you know. >> a video released yesterday features tatum walking around his home. which is inhabited by some good-looking guys that just
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happen to be bare-chested. after seeing several dudes doing their thing, he gets down to business to announce what's next for magic mike. >> we're going to start magic mike live in las vegas. at the hard rock in march 2017. god knows we have enough gentlemen's clubs in this world. so, let's start the first gentle ladies' club, or maybe not so gentle. it depends on what you're into. i don't know. we need to know. >> these guys are apparently into hanging out with some small dogs and potential fans are being asked what they're into online. and tom brady has some time on his hands as you know thanks to that reinstatement of that deflategate suspension. it's working on recipes. >> the super bowl champion is offering a nutrition manual, a living document containing information about brady's nutritional philosophy. >> inspired recipes including ones for sweet potatoes gnocchi
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move free ultra. get your move on. ♪ our house in the middle of our street ♪ ♪ our house all right, that song is a hint to the next story. >> it is. >> what do you get when you combine girl power and power tools? some new houses. >> oh. that's where we're going. >> and a great cause. >> i guess the houses we're talking about here are being built for families that need them and ladies are doing their job. okay, there we have it. abbie boudreau reports. >> come on in. >> reporter: for britney anthony owning her own home is a dream that soon will become a reality. >> we're at the lot of my future home. so, i'm so excited about it. >> reporter: a single mom of four boys, sharing three bedrooms in her cramped
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indianapolis apartment. a new home will give them much-needed space. >> five bedrooms. >> it looks like they have kids, too. a place to finally call our own. i'm just filled with so much joy. >> reporter: brittney is just one of thousands of habitat for humanity families that receive a house this year. hat and of course our hammer. it is time to build. i teamed up with more a hundred ladies in san diego to kick off a ten-city girls' night out event. >> it's a special night because you have women that are empowered to build. >> reporter: for this night, we traded martinis for hammers. and cosmos for lummer. a two-story home for a local veteran and their family. i got a crash course in construction 101. first, buy a hammer that fits comfortably in your home. the larger the head and the sturdier the handle the easier it is to hit the nail.
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when it comes to sawing and getting the perfect cut -- >> don't eyeball it. measure twice cut once. >> reporter: and while i was learning the dos and don'ts of designs, 2,000 miles away, brittney had her own girls' night out. with 60 volunteers her house frame was complete and her home finally taking shape. >> thank you from the bottom of my heart.
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