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thanks for watching. hope you have some cute costumes. good morning, america. for our viewers in the west as we join you on this friday morning, president biden touching down in rome overnight. president biden at the vatican meeting with the pope before those high-stakes summits with world leaders. this as the president's economic agenda still hangs in the balance. can the democrats get it across the finish line? criminal charges. former new york governor andrew cuomo facing one misdemeanor count for forcible touching allegedly groping a female aide inside the executive mansion while he was still in office. the fda expected to authorize the covid vaccine for kids 5 to 11 as early as today. this as hundreds of firefighters and other union members protest the vaccine mandates in new york city with the deadline to get
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the shot or be placed on unpaid leave just hours away. out of control. why flights were temporarily grounded overnight at l.a.x. sending panicked passengers running on the tarmac. this as midair confrontations are on track to have more incidents in 2021 than the entire history of aviation and american airlines now fuming over the latest alleged assault on a flight attendant by a first class passenger. new photos of alec baldwin one week after that fatal shooting on set as the assistant director who handed baldwin the gun hires an attorney. "real housewives" home invasion. three suspects breaking into dorit kemsley's beverly hills mansion holding her at gunpoint with her children asleep in the house and taking items worth a million dollars. her co-stars rushing to be by her side. call center emergency. the critical shortage of 911 dispatchers in some states. one mother shares her terrifying experience getting no answer when her 6-year-old was having a
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seizure. >> it was the scariest moment of my entire life. hallyou shouldcan'thh. the strong storm that slammed the south now taking aim at the northeast. ♪ everybody ♪ and is everybody ready? we're screaming for halloween on "gma." from the biggest fright from our scream team to the rib-breaking funny front lawns. plus, what's this sound got to do with "gma" halloween? >> i'm scared. >> this morning, "scream" star david arquette joins us live. guess who is behind the mask this morning. and look who's saying -- >> good morning, america. ♪ good morning, america. nothing like a good scream to wake you up. >> i want to hear lara's scream again. that was great. >> i'm sure you will. >> i'm in luck. we are going to have a lot of fun today, but we do have a lot of news to get to first.
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you are looking live at capitol hill. president biden's high stakes agenda is still hanging in the balance as he kicks off that big european trip touching down in rome overnight and his meeting with the pope this morning. president biden is america's second catholic president and that's a live look at the vatican right now where the meeting with the pope will take place. biden will also attend the g20 summit in rome before heading to glasgow, scotland for the climate change summit. cecilia vega starts us off from the vatican. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning to you. that meeting is under way right now. it is an extremely important one for president biden, both politically and personally. let me show you. we just got the video in right now. he and the first lady touching down here overnight in europe. this is their first stop on this five-day european visit. they're very much friends. they've known each other a long time. it was their fourth meeting. it was their first face to face meeting between the president
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and pope since the president took office. he's just the second catholic president in american history, and also he's among a list of presidents in decades who said his faith is deeply personal to him and it defines who he is as a man. this is someone who wears a rosary around his wrist, and you see it there. he has that framed picture on his desk behind him in the oval office of him and pope francis together. the fact they are meeting today is hugely symbolic and sending a strong message to church leaders back home. that's because bishops are weeks away from this meeting to deny holy communion to politicians like this president who are for abortion rights. he doesn't want to see church and state politics and religion next. >> president biden was hoping to be there with a deal in hand, in congress. >> reporter: this is a big deal. the last thing the white house wanted was unfinished business
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back in washington. he is here now with that unfinished business still hanging over his head, look, they wanted a win. they wanted to be able to talk to allies and point to a big win back home but he is here with that domestic agenda still in the balance. >> ecilia vega, thanks very much. amy. that agenda, yes, still very much in jeopardy even after the president unveiled a new spending plan in an effort to unite democrats, but he is continuing to run into resistance from his own party. congressional correspondent rachel scott is live on capitol hill with those details, good morning, rachel. >> reporter: amy, good morning. the president delayed his departure to europe traveling here to capitol hill for a second time trying to rally support for his economic agenda. behind closed doors i'm told the president laid out to democrats what is at stake, telling them that his presidency is on the line. at one point we're told house speaker nancy pelosi even said, do not embarrass the president before he goes overseas. but in the end it was not enough
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to secure a victory. the president is pitching democrats on a $1.75 trillion plan. this will provide free universal pre-k, extend the $300 monthly child tax credit for one year, expand medicare to cover hearing and set aside funding to combat climate change. it will be paid for in part by raising taxes on multimillionaires and top corporations, but the president is still dealing with that same split in his party, and house progressives said they need more assurances from moderates over in the senate, amy. >> so the big question remains does the president have enough support for this framework? >> reporter: yeah, amy. the president is dealing with these razor-thin margins in the house and the senate. in the senate, he cannot afford to lose a single vote. all eyes are on those two holdouts, senator joe manchin and senator kyrsten sinema. both admitted they are making progress, but neither one has signed off on that framework. amy?
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>> rachel scott there in washington for us, thank you. michael. turning now to the new trouble for andrew cuomo. the former new york governor is now facing a criminal charge. stephanie ramos has the latest on the sexual assault scandal. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: michael, good morning. the former governor of new york, andrew cuomo, resigned in august after the state attorney general's report concluded he had sexually harassed multiple women but now he faces a criminal charge. this morning, former governor andrew cuomo criminally charged with one misdemeanor count of forcible touching. in a statement his attorney calling the looming criminal charges against him politics saying cuomo has never assaulted anyone. the charges stemming from allegations that at the governor's mansion on december 7th, 2020, cuomo forcibly placed his hand under the blouse of an unnamed victim and onto her intimate body part, quote, intentionally and for no legitimate purpose. >> what he did to me was a crime. he broke the law. >> reporter: though not named in
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the summons brittany commisso who was cuomo'executive pu wheacsaons to >> and that's when he put his hand up my blouse and cupped my breast over my bra. >> reporter: cuomo vehemently denied her allegations. >> let me be clear, that never happened. >> reporter: commisso is 1 of 11 women who the governor was found to have harassed in a report by attorney general letitia james. >> what this investigation revealed was a disturbing pattern of conduct by the governor of the great state of new york. i believe women and i believe these 11 women. >> reporter: james saying in a statement that the criminal charges brought against cuomo for forcible touching further validate the findings in our report. two women who said cuomo sexually harassed them, alyssa mcgrath and virginia limmiatis applauding the move, saying in a statement from their attorney, cuomo is being held to account as he should be.
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cuomo is set to appear in court november 17th. noth distrtorneys from around thstate have been investigating him but so far this is the only criminal charge he faces, george. >> okay, stephanie, thanks. let's bring in our chief legal analyst dan abrams. dan, it appears he is the lone ranger. >> yeah, this is a very unusual maneuver. the sheriff is effectively going around the district attorney and went directly to the court. i spoke to a number of assistant district attorneys who have worked in this office before. a couple of them didn't even know that the sheriff could do this. the fact that the d.a. did not know that this was coming tells you that this is the sheriff trying to put pressure on the d.a. to actually file charges, but it does create a bit of a mess for them because now the defense, cuomo's attorney has a very good legal argument to make to say that this charge should be dismissed altogether. >> dan, why would the d.a. be hesitant to bring charges in the first place? does that say anything about the credibility of the accusation?
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>> because even if you believe every detail of the accusation and you think she's entirely credible, this is a really hard case to win because not only do you have to prove that it was intentional, you have to prove that it was done for the purpose of abusing, degrading or for sexual gratification. that's a tough case to prove and so you may have a case here where the d.a. is saying, look, i'm concerned we're not going to be able to win this case, but the sheriff is saying we don't care, you should bring it anyway. >> so what's next? >> well, that's going to be the big question is you're going to see cuomo's attorney try to get this charge thrown out saying that there isn't enough evidence here and that the procedure that was used should be determined to be invalid. but we know that andrew cuomo will be in court to respond to it, to show up. where it goes from there we don't know yet. >> dan abrams, thanks. >> all right, dan, thank you. now we're going to turn to the coronavirus emergency.
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and all eyes on the fda this morning which is expected to authorize the pfizer vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 as soon as today. trevor ault is live outside a pharmacy here in new york. michael.ning, trevor.ter: good , within the next few hours. the fda expected to give that authorization to give the covid-19 vaccine to even younger children, and we could, unless something unexpected happens, see that with the cdc next week, 5-year-olds getting the shot as early as wednesday, and we're expecting at least at first to see a bit of a rush at these vaccine sites because a survey by the kaiser family foundation found 27% of parents want to get their children vaccinated right away but after that, the demand could drop at least a little bit because parents say they want to wait to see how this first batch of children tolerates the vaccine and, of course, some other parents are not interested at all, michael. >> you know, trevor, there are many union members who also don't want to get vaccinated. some in the fire department here in new york city are protesting against a mandate.
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>> reporter: yeah, this was really quite the scene, michael. we're talking about hundreds of firefighters and other union members outside the mansion, the mayor's official residence here in new york, protesting this mandate just these firefighters have until 5:00 this evening to either get vaccinated or go on unpaid leave and that could make an immediate impact because about a third of the fdny is unvaccinated, michael. >> trevor ault, thank you so much. george. okay, we'll get the latest on the deadly film shooting in new mexico. we're seeing new pictures of alec baldwin this morning one week after he accidentally fired a live round that killed the movie's cinematographer. kaylee hartung is tracking the story from santa fe, good morning, kaylee. >> reporter: hey, good morning, george. the film's armorer is responsible for all weapons on sets. in the movie set shooting that killed the cinematographer. we're hearing from hannah gutierrez reed's attorney. >> reporter: they refuse to rule
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out charges against anyone in the incident that killed cinematographer halyna hutchins. >> we've had two people accidentally shot on a movie set by a prop gun. we need help immediately. >> reporter: baldwin staying largely silent since the fatal accident one week ago, but retweeting this "new york times" story detailing how the film's assistant director told a directive he should have inspected each round in each chamber of the gun before handing it to baldwin. but didn't according to an affidavit. the sheriff telling abc news that a.d., dave halls has spoken to authorities once and now hired an attorney. officials identifying halls and the film's armorer hannah gutierrez reed as the two crew members who handled the weapon before baldwin. in an affidavit, gutierrez reed telling investigators, no live ammo was ever kept on set, but authorities say that gun fired a bullet and suspect more live ammunition will be found among the 500 rounds collected on set. >> the key questions that we're focusing on during our investigation, how the live rounds ended up on set, who brought them to the set and why
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they were on the set. >> reporter: her lawyers went on to say the 24-year-old was hired for two positions on the film which they say made it extremely difficult for her to do her job as armorer. amy? >> kaylee hartung, thank you. turning to that chaos overnight at los angeles international airport. flights temporarily grounded and frantic passengers were on the tarmac after confusion about a possible active shooter. let's go to our transportation correspondent gio benitez with more on that incident. good morning to you, gio. >> reporter: hey, amy, good morning to you. nobody was hurt here but it was an incredibly scary situation over at l.a.x. this after the ceo of american airlines posted a video about yet another in-flight incident. this morning, another security scare at one of the nation's busiest airports. reports of a gun at terminal 1 of l.a.x. passengers escaping to the tarmac. >> i believe there is an active shooter in the terminal. this is not a joke. people are just pouring out of the terminal.
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>> reporter: according to the report, no shots were fired and no weapon was recovered although two people have been detained for further questioning. this year assaults in the air are on the rise. >> oh, lord. >> reporter: nearly 5,000 cases reported since january. many of the incidents sparked over the mask mandate. >> we're on track in this year to have more incidents in 2021 than we've had the entire history of aviation. it's completely out of control. >> i can guarantee you, you'll never be allowed to fly american airlines again. >> reporter: american airlines fuming over the latest passenger incident on one of its planes involving a first class passenger allegedly assaulting one of its flight attendants. >> we had one of the worst displays of unruly behavior we've ever witnessed. >> reporter: according to sources the flight attendant accidentally bumping into the passenger in the aisle and apologizing. the man later walking to the galley allegedly punching her twice and returning to his seat as if nothing happened.
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the crew and others on the plane responding quickly to the situation. according to witnesses, even duct taping the passenger to his seat. >> we paged someone to come and assist her and were abe to get numerous volunteers. >> reporter: that new york to california flight diverted to denver. the man was taken away in handcuffs. and the fbi has now taken over this investigation. so far no charges have been filed. as for that flight attendant some good news there, she is expected to make a full recovery. guys. >> thank goodness for that. okay, gio, thanks very much. we switch gears to football and that wild finish last night, green bay packers took on the arizona cardinals, two of the best in the nfl. arizona came to the game as the only undefeated team but this interception with 12 seconds left sealed the victory for the packers. picked off the throw in the end zone. he came in because of injuries and both teams 7-1. take a look at this from earlier in the game.
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aaron rodgers got sacked. looked like he was complaining before he hit the ground. >> midtackle he's complaining. the quarterbacks know they're going to get certain calls. he thought it was a horse collar which it obviously wasn't. he's lucky the other guy didn't come up and clean his clock. only aaron rodgers. he plays at a different speed than the rest of us. we are following a lot of other headlines this morning, including the major fallout from that sexual assault scandal sending shock waves through the nhl. one of the winningest coaches in the history of the game is out of a job and what former player kyle beach is saying this morning. and "real housewives" star dorit kemsley held at gunpoint and robbed with her kids in the house. details on that home invasion. first to rob and his buddy. >> we'll bring her out later in the show. nice play-by-play by the way, george. football. good morning, guys. i love it. we've got flooding. this i don't like.
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you don't like if you live in annapolis, alexandria, d.c., big-time flooding problems with this storm coming in. the potomac, anything up chesapeake bay, delaware bay will be a problem over the next 12 to 24 hours. several high tide cycles with this storm that's pushing the water up and brought a couple tornados to florida. this is a waterspout, st. petersburg, florida, this is a big storm cut off from the jet stream. just not going anywhere any time soon. that's unfortunate considering this is halloween weekend and we have wind alerts and flooding alerts with rainfall and with coastal flooding as mentioned that onshore wind will continue to push rivers upstream, two to three inches of rainfall and this area is pretty saturated and hangs around throughout the weekend. maybe flooding and power outages. time now for your weekend getaway sponsored by walmart.
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meet with pope francis. he is america's second catholic president. the president was also hoping to be in rome with a deal for his ambitious social investment agenda but the two different wings of democrats in congress are still haggling over the details there. also right now, haitian authorities say they've received proof of life relating to the 17 hostages, the 16 americans and 1 canadian taken two weeks ago. they haven't provided details of what the proof is or if it shows that all 17 are still alive. the gang holding them is demanding $1 million for each person. and queen elizabeth making an appearance after two days of rest following that brief hospital stay. the 95-year-old royal virtually presenting a medal to a poet at buckingham palace after being forced to cancel her trip to that u.n. climate change summit in scotland. still no word on what led to her hospital stay. and we have a lot more ahead including the worker shortage at some 911 centers. what you need to know if you call with an emergency and then you don't get an answer. that's coming up. michael. now to more fallout from those nhl sexual assault allegations.
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the head coach of the chicago blackhawks at the time former player kyle beach said he was abused is now out of his current job. beach sat down with us for a new interview. will reeve has the latest. good morning, will. >> reporter: good morning, michael. joel quenneville is the second winningest coach all time in the nhl and won the first of his three stanley cups with chicago in 2010. that's when kyle beach says he was sexually assaulted by a team video coach and as beach has bravely come forward this week to tell his story, he says blackhawks leadership including quenneville knew about it and failed him. >> the blackhawks are stanley cup champions! >> reporter: this morning, a major shake-up in the nhl. coach joel quenneville who led the chicago blackhawks to the stanley cup three times. >> joel quenneville celebrates with his team. >> reporter: resigning from his job with the florida panthers. this after an independent report found the blackhawks franchise mishandled sexual assault allegations made by former player kyle beach.
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quenneville saying in a statement, my former team failed kyle and i own my share of that. nhl commissioner gary bettman saying he is appalled that beach was so poorly supported. beach now suing his former team. >> we're now doing an investigation 11 years later. i had to bury this so far deep down to chase my goals and to chase my dreams of being an nhl player. >> reporter: according to an investigative report commissioned by the blackhawks, beach says video coach brad aldrich invited him to his apartment for dinner and drinks in 2010. the coach allegedly telling beach he had the power to get him on the roster before turning on pornography and engaging in sex acts telling beach to act like he enjoyed it or he would never play in the nhl or walk again. aldrich claims the encounter was entirely consensual and suggested a woman was also involved. beach says it was during the 2010 stanley cup playoffs he reported the assault. >> i watched the entire
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leadership management group enter joel quenneville's office to have a meeting about it and it moved all the way through the chain of command and it made it to the top and it stopped there. >> reporter: aldrich remained with the team through its stanley cup final victory. only leaving after being given an ultimatum to undergo an investigation or resign. in a statement, the blackhawks calling the delay in taking action inexcusable. three years after beach's alleged assault aldrich was convicted on sex charges involving a minor. >> i felt so guilty that because i didn't do something, that it happened to this boy, but in the same breath and over the next months to get to this point, i owe him the greatest thanks ever. he also gave me the power to come forward to tell my story to tell my truth.
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this is about a system that was broken, a system that is broken. i hope to spark a conversation to make a systemic change. >> reporter: kyle beach tweeted a statement last night saying in part, quote, although the results of the private investigation have been released and the blackhawks have apologized, my battle is really just beginning as the blackhawks continue to attempt to destroy my case in court. the blackhawks have filed motions to dismiss beach's lawsuit. many players around the nhl and coaches in the nhl as well have supported beach this week. he told me he's incredibly grateful for that response but he says it's not just about him, it's about a system that needs changed. guys. >> all right, will, thank you. you can hear his passion and i know he is putting his best foot forward in all of this to help others. we're going to move on now to a hollywood home invasion. "the real housewives of beverly hills" star dorit kemsley was held at gunpoint, the robbers
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fleeing with jewelry and other valuables. zohreen shah has more on that story. good morning, zohreen. >> reporter: good morning, amy. this real housewife of beverly hills is known for being chatty and for being rich and that wealth might have led robbers into this estimated $8 million home which happens to be a regular setting for the hit show. >> dress like there's no tomorrow, and then tomorrow do it again. >> reporter: she's known for her passion for fashion on "the real housewives of beverly hills." >> and i think this is an obsession that doesn't hurt anyone. >> reporter: but this morning, "real housewives of beverly hills" star dorit kemsley reeling after a home invasion. thieves breaking in while she was asleep wednesday confronting her in bed while her children slept nearby. kemsley appearing visibly shaken in these new images. her "housewives" co-stars seen here after rushing to be by her side. lapd investigating confirming three suspects wearing dark
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hoodies broke in, their memo stating, the victim was in fear and complied with the suspects' demands by directing them to valuables including handbags, jewelry and watches. according to law enforcement sources close to the investigation, kemsley was held at gunpoint, and the items were worth an estimated $1 million. the robbers then fleeing in a black truck. abc news confirming no one was injured. dorit's husband pk reportedly in london at the time. chopper footage showing a glass door broken on the first floor possibly where the suspects entered. kemsley spoke up at the reunion which aired wednesday before the break-in. >> dorit, when you come out with outfits do you buy every piece? >> every single piece. i'm really particular. i want to wear what i want to wear. it's easier. i'll buy it. >> you pay retail for everything? >> yes.
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>> reporter: experts warn being open about wealth can be dangerous. >> social media is a place where they flex. they flex all of what they have, but the bottom line is that there are people that want what you have, and they're willing to take it, so definitely be careful about what you show online. >> reporter: this isn't the first time reality tv has gotten too real. in the last five years, kemsley's fellow housewife kyle richards and reality tv star kim kardashian victims of thieves after posting pictures of their whereabouts on social media. kardashian surviving a harrowing encounter during paris fashion week after armed men disguised as police held the star at gunpoint tying her up reportedly making off with $10 million worth of jewels. now, the 12th season of the show is reportedly under way. it's unclear if this real-life drama makes it on screen, though. guys. >> all right, zohreen, thank you. coming up, a critical shortage of 911 dispatchers in some states. we'll tell you what one mother is saying after her urgent calls went unanswered.
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good morning, kenneth. >> reporter: good morning, george. officials say covid is playing a role in the shortage of 911 dispatchers but so is burnout and low salaries. agencies nationwide are working to make up for the shortages that could impact response times in an emergency. >> 911, where is your emergency? >> reporter: it's the call you expect will always pick up. >> total of eight people dialing 911 and not one answer. didn't even answer to say please hold. >> reporter: but for ashley bagwell from south carolina she says earlier this month as her 6-year-old daughter hadley was having a seizure she couldn't get through to 911. >> i was absolutely terrified. i remember just screaming, i just -- what do i do? you know, what do i do? i need them to talk me through what to do. it was the scariest moment of my entire life. >> reporter: bagwell says her oldest daughter ran to the neighbors who also dialed 911 but got no one. >> we have actually been experiencing much higher staffing shortages throughout the pandemic and it's actually really starting to kind of take
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a head. >> reporter: the international academies of emergency dispatch reporting some centers struggling with as much as 30% to 50% vacancies. in alabama, 88 dispatcher jobs open across 10 agencies. georgia's 911 coordinator telling "gma" the state is suffering a critical staffing shortage made worse after the death of 14 dispatchers from covid-19. "gma" visiting this 911 call center in chesapeake, virginia. >> advise you patient has a history of heart attack. they're going to be there as soon as possible. >> reporter: where they say they are struggling to hire dispatchers. >> we're about 30% short of overall staffing. >> i'm sure that these men and women are doing everything they can to help the people who call here, but are there delays? >> there are. we've seen a drop in our ability to answer 911 calls within 10 seconds and within 30 seconds which is some of our standard. we're not able to be as fast as we were because i don't have enough available people to
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answer those phones. >> reporter: dispatchers trying to keep up with calls say it's frustrating. >> as a supervisor, when you are in charge and you see those calls holding, it is stressful. >> what concerns do you have when it comes to these shortages? >> the patient. don't hang up because the line rings in a queue. once you hang up and call again yo >> reporter: where bagwell lives, lexington county, 911 officials say they're facing the same challenges when it comes to staffing shortages, and the calls not answered due to a large volume of 911 calls received within a 15-minute period which overloaded call takers, but county officials say dispatchers call back the initial caller within three minutes but there was no answer. several other calls were made finally connecting with a caller ten minutes after the first call. >> i just hope no one ever has to experience the terror of this and just don't want anyone to have to go through the stress of 911 not answering when your child is unresponsive. >> reporter: bagwell's daughter is doing better this morning. adding to this issue of shortages it can still take up
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♪ back now with our "play of the day" and the homes across america getting in the halloween spirit by breaking out the funny bones. take a look at alan perkins' house. in ohio. it's a giant skeleton that is literally breaking out of the house. it took 40 days to build that 30-foot arm but it was worth it because the attraction is helping to raise funds for st. jude's children's hospital. well done, alan. take a look at this texas family's front lawn. their 31 days of los muertos. their impressive skeletons are having a scary good time. even dressing them up as dead lasso. >> ah, nice. >> but one of their best ones yet is this morning's display, take a look at this. it's us, ooh. man. >> they look pretty good this morning.
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falling to the 50's. >> thank you. coming up on "gma," if you are heading home for the holidays, why you might want to put that flight this weekend. we will have another news update coming up in about 30 minutes. as always, the news is on abc7news.com. beautiful shot of the bay area beautiful shot of the bay area on this friday. when you hear the word healthy, it always feels a little out of reach. that's 'cause the way we're thinking about it is all wrong. so we made a healthier song. for some folks it's like baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like millie's meds straight to her door or care at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ sometimes it's healthier to laugh. ♪ ♪ other times it's healthier to cry. ♪ ♪ we'll work through it together. ♪ ♪ when it works for you, drop on by. ♪ ♪ 'cause healthier happens easy ♪ ♪ when you just give people access. ♪ ♪ for bob it meant admitting ♪ ♪ that he needed reading glasses. ♪ ♪ healthier comes in all these ♪
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. president biden at the vatican meeting with the pope before those high-stakes summits with world leaders. this as the president's economic agenda still hangs in the balance. can the democrats get it across the finish line? health alert. a warning for the hundreds of thousands of women who get breast implants each year. why the fda is releasing new guidelines and what the latest research reveals about potential risks. dr. ashton breaks it down. the future of facebook. the social media giant's big announcement rebranding with a new name, meta. this amid that controversy involving teenagers' mental health and instagram. plus, why halloween may be your last chance to get a deal on your flight home from the holidays before prices get scary. ♪ and everybody is screaming for halloween.
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"gma's" bringing fright night to your morning. >> we're flying you to some of the scariest places in america. the new mayhem at the multiplex. >> coming for me. >> and the throwback thriller. plus, a dose of magic. >> you don't even have a costume. >> don't worry, we're shaking it up with last-minute costumes from the kindest coach to cruella. >> i'm just getting started, darling. >> and guess who is behind the "scream" mask this morning and look who's saying -- >> good morning, america. >> happy halloween. ♪ wow, happy halloween, drew barrymore. that was something. great crowd here in times square this morning for halloween. good morning, america.
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>> they're all dressed up hanging out. see all the kids there. is there no school today? >> no, there's school today. >> oh, okay. >> all right, and there is deejay reach here this morning to get our party started. plus, we are thrilled to have "scream's" david arquette joining us with an homage to the horror movie franchise. >> that's all coming up. but we begin with president biden's big european trip. he touched down in rome and met with the pope at the vatican. biden administration will attend the g20 summit of world leaders in rome before heading to glasgow, scotland, for the climate change summit. back to cecilia vega at the vatican. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning to you. that meeting just ended a few minutes ago and it's the first stop as you said on this european trip for president biden and it's a really deeply personal one. these are two men who have become friends over the years and met four times now. president biden though for the
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first time meeting pope francis face-to-face since taking office. as you said just the second catholic president in american history and that's an important fact this morning. he's also among the most observant presidents we've seen in decades, his faith, he says is something deeply personal to him and defines who he is. he attends mass weekly as president and he there in the oval office keeps a framed picture behind his desk of him and pope francis together. the timing of this meet is especially significant. u.s. catholic bishops are a couple weeks away from considering a resolution to deny communion to american politics like president biden, politicians who support abortion rights. po francis is opposed to that idea and with this meeting he's really sending a strong message to those conservative church leaders back home, but we have been talking about this for so long now, hanging over this trip today is that unfinished business back home. the president's economic agenda, that $1.75 trillion package to cover everything from universal pre-k to fighting climate change. it still hangs in the balance and the white house really wanted to be able to point to a win on this trip for the president when he sits down with these allies over the next few days.
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right now they aren't able to do that. >> the haggling is continuing. thanks very much. george, now to facebook changing its name to meta. the rebranding comes amid mounting controversies for the tech giant. deirdre bolton joins us with more on the big announcement and what it means. good morning, deirdre. >> reporter: good morning, michael. so facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg calling the metaverse the next frontier. it's a concept borrowed from science fiction novels and it refers to this extensive online world, the company making a huge bet on users tapping augmented and virtual reality software. now, some analysts question the timing of this rebranding decision saying that facebook is trying to change the conversation about its business strategy after leaked documents, whistle-blower frances haugen exposed the company's controversial practices including the pursuit of younger users. as for what changes, for users, well, nothing. the new name change will not
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affect how the company uses or shares data. all apps keep their own names including the flagship social network instagram, messenger and whatsapp. the only slight change for investors, the company will start trading under a new ticker on december 1st, guys. >> all right, thank you for that. interesting and we'll see what happens. coming up, the new warning for the hundreds of thousands of women who get breast implants every year. dr. ashton is here to talk about the stronger new fda guidelines. also this morning, why halloween may be your last chance to get a deal on your holiday flights before prices take off. and we lassoed up some great last-minute costumes for the whole family plus, one of our favorite tv witches melissa joan hart joins us live. there she is as we celebrate halloween here on "gma." ♪ ♪ she's a super freak, super freak, she's super freaky ♪
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cosmetic reasons, remember, also important for reconstruction and why, because for over the last decade the fda, plastic surgeons, doctors alike have been tracking some potential associated conditions and there's a pretty long list, one of them which we've been talking about from the beginning this rare breast implant associated lymphoma. there's also a slew of autoimmune condition, complaints like joint pain, mental confusion, muscle aches, chronic fatigue, so when they found these and started connecting the dots that was part of the motivation for really increasing awareness about this device. >> okay, so the fda responding with new regulations. tell us about them. >> so black box warning which is, you know, pretty common from the fda on drugs or devices and also a checklist, so this is for patients and doctors, plastic surgeons alike, it's really about something that should be part of this informed consent process. women should know what type of
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implant is going in their body and this is in some cases a tedious and lengthy process, but before undergoing elective surgery like this it is imperative that women and surgeons go through the checklists, these warnings so that the awareness and education is there. >> so for anyone who is considering implants, and as you mentioned sometimes this isn't just cosmetic but reconstruction for people who have breast cancer, what should they know and how common is lymphoma? >> very uncommon when you talk about lymphoma, the risk ranging from 1 in 1,000 to 1 in 30,000. the other side effects, hard to know what that risk is, but the must know things in my opinion, and the fda supports this, number one, breast implants, these are not lifetime devices so women need to know that there isa very high chance of needing a repeat operation at some point in their lifetime. the chance of complications, that would or could require surgery does increase over time and follow-up is key. it is recommended that women check for rupture of these implants five years after
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they're placed with either an ultrasound or mri, and then two to three years thereafter. this isn't you've done your surgery, your implants are in, have a nice life. follow up is important. >> such important information to know ahead of time. dr. ashton, thank you very much. we want to let everyone know dr. ashton will be answering more of your questions on her instagram. george. sunday is not just halloween, it also may be the last chance to get a deal on holiday travel. want to go back to gio benitez at newark airport with the best deals right now. hey, gio. >> reporter: hey, good morning, again. every expert telling us you have until sunday, halloween, to get until sunday, halloween, to get the best travel deals and that's because demand is just way up right now. take a look at this. hopper is telling us you want to book both thanksgiving and december flights right now, because in the week leading up to thanksgiving, you're looking at a 40% jump in pricing. now, the best deals are already disappearing, and that's because it's looking to be the busiest travel period since the pandemic began. delta air lines alone is
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expecting as many as 6 million passengers with the sunday after thanksgiving being the busiest day. now, for domestic flights, right now, the average price is around $290 round trip. but look what happens for christmas, that jumps up to $390 round trip, george. >> so where are the best deals right now? >> reporter: so the best deals, george, they're actually on international flights, and that's because we're just getting those started again. we found some of them, so take a look here. these are round trip fare, cancun, 338, san jose, costa rica, 317, and st. thomas u.s. virgin islands 366, but these prices really soar the longer you wait so book it this weekend. >> thanks very much. to rob. >> it is halloween and i'm a little overdressed compared to these cats. hi, guys. let's talk big college football weekend.
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some rivalries, big one in-state in michigan, number six taking on number eight, the sparties from east lansing, michigan, "college gameday" will be there 9:00 a.m. eastern time. on espn. also this weekend, more of our haunted house. we want to thank the folks from glen manor for their haunted house attraction in new york city. they lent us some of their extras. guess what, everybody here in the audience will get free tickets tonight to midnight
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[ phone ringing ] >> hello. >> who is this? >> this is lara. >> i don't think so. >> i promise it's lara. what is that noise? >> popcorn. >> popcorn? >> uh-huh. >> to watch the show. isn't it a little early. well, i guess enjoy the show. >> see ya. >> so weird. [ phone ringing ] >> hello. >> hello. it's me. is anyone with you? >> i think i'm alone. hello. hello. where is everybody? >> i'm here and i've been looking for you. >> i'm out of here. this is too much. aaagh! >> good morning, lara, guess
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it's halloween. >> hello. >> don't hang up on me again. >> is this a joke? >> no, we're just having a little fun. lara, why are you so scared? >> hello. >> is everything all right? >> who is this? >> it's me, sheriff dewy. >> i'm at work. i can't talk right now. what is going on today? [ screaming ]ss worthe wrong mask. >> happy halloween. [ making howling noises ] >> oh, boy. welcome to our halloween celebration. the deejay is here spinning us into the weekend. this morning. scary deejay on our scary set.
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riva has joined us as well. >> yes. >> she doesn't look scared at all. >> come up here, riva. >> what's her costume? >> she's riva mcentire. >> well played. well played. >> that's the best i could do. we tried a shark costume in the back. she wasn't having it. >> you are not the boss of her. >> no. >> she's going to wear what she wants to wear. >> as we count down to the big day we're taking some of the most popular scary movies of all time and chris connelly is joining us in times square this morning to break down the new mayhem at the multiplex and some thrilling throwbacks. good morning, chris. >> good morning, michael. [ laughter ] so what are you afraid of? seems like the movies know. when those fears take shape on screen, well, that's when the fun starts because the call is coming from inside the house. enjoy a good scare at the movies, then 2021 has your number. jamie lee curtis in "halloween
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kills." >> what do we do? >> we fight. >> reporter: john krasinski and emily blunt on the run through "a quiet place part 2." familiar pitch person now in "werewolves within." >> the genre's moved forward and it's doing a lot more exciting things like thrillers that address what's going on in the larger world at the moment while still kind of providing these scary moments. >> reporter: that includes the first movie ever directed by a woman to win a box office weekend. >> candyman. >> reporter: the reboot of "candyman" produced by jordan peele who served up social commentary in his films "get out" and "us." >> i love horror because it gets a visceral reaction, it gets an audible reaction and it makes you feel first. the art that makes you feel ends up making you think. >> reporter: think on this. two decades ago a turning point when horror went pop. >> like scary movies? >> uh-huh. >> reporter: "scream" and "i know what you did last summer"
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plus "the blair witch project." terrifying teen audiences. back in the 1970s the shriek worthy highlights of "the exorcist" and "jaws." paved the way into the mainstream. >> reddrum. >> reporter: the '80s brought us jack nicholson in "the shining." 30 years ago, "the silence of the lambs" not only was a major hit but swept the academy awards. each film reflecting its era. >> the things people are scared about broadly at that time are the things that will be scary for moviegoing audiences. i think the genre will never die like multiple monsters you face often in horror movies. >> and "scream" is climbing out of its crypt for a relaunch in 2022. yes. and that will include such original stars such as david arquette, courteney cox and neve campbell, everybody. >> nothing to see here, chris.
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>> no, no. it's me with t c thsty. >>hank you, chs. great. locations for these scary movies an tv shows often become must see spots for rabid fans but not so fast. some of these scary spots easy to locate, that's right, riva. a little more obscure like the one we sent will reeve to in freehold, new jersey. ghoul morning, will. >> reporter: good morning, lara, you recognize this house behind me? if you don't hang tight for a second because it's one of many locations that have taken on a life of their own. they get very famous and become even tourist attractions from their halloween entertainment. it's just one of many places that have their own halloween connection. ♪ >> reporter: the popularity of the global phenomenon inspiring halloween costumes and south korean candy craze has its biggest fans clamoring to find
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"squid game" haunts, jeyu islands and seoul neighborhoods. south korea is just the latest destination catching the tourism bug from major screen success. >> come. we fly. >> reporter: take a ride on your broomstick to salem, massachusetts. >> we're home. >> reporter: halloween hit "hocus pocus" was filmed entirely in the commonwealth. remember stephen king's 1980's classic "the shining"? the overlook hotel was the real life timberline lodge in oregon. >> come play with us, danny. >> reporter: but not all locations made to creep us out are available to the public. the campground for "friday the 13th" belongs to the boy scouts of america and off-limits except for a rare tour. >> michael. >> reporter: and michael myers' childhood home is now a
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space for local businesses, you'll have to sneak a peek from across the street. this is the house from sabrina teenage witch. if you want it it could be for yours, for sale just under $2 million. as a matter of fact there's an open house on halloween. i hope you all have a happy halloween. guys. >> so good, will. since he is at that house we thought it would be really fun to talk to the teenage witch herself, actress, director, producer, star of "sabrina the teenage witch," melissa joan hart. hi. happy halloween. >> hi, everybody. >> i know. >> happy halloween. >> happy halloween. hey, you saw the house there. talk to us about your time on the show. it's been 25 years, what did that mean to you in your life? >> it was really special for all of us, we had such fun and, you know, whenever there's a magical element, a fantasy element --
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and a puppet cat, there will be laughs shared and memories made and we spent seven years on that show so it was really special to all of us. >> and us. >> and us as well. melissa, i'm curious, do you keep in touch with your aunts caroline rhea and beth -- >> i keep in touch with all of them. i keep in touch with nick who played the cat and caroline who i saw the other day, and beth, i keep in touch often. soleil. everybody in that picture and we had -- right before the lockdown we had a little reunion with the crew so it was really fun to see everybody and relive special moment. >> you had a reunion. some are talking about a reboot. anything to that? >> you know it's out of our control. it belongs, i think, now to viacom, cbs, somewhere in there, so it would be up to them, so i don't think it's going to happen because netflix had their scary version. we were the magical comedy element and they were like the,
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you know, younger, more witchy, more like magic -- not magic but more of the witchcraft stuff. >> so, melissa, halloween is upon us. i know you have three sons and your family likes to embrace a halloween theme. so care to share what this year's theme will be? >> you know, they're getting older and it's so sad because i'm not able to keep them in a theme so much anymore. we've done "pinocchio" and "peter pan" and "charlie and the chocolate factory" and "star wars" as you're seeing here. you know, and so it's so -- it's so hard now. i have a 15-year-old, 13-year-old and 9-year-old, so the 9-year-old actually has four different costumes, so i think we'll try to do pumpkins with the beatbox skeletons but we'll see how that goes down. stay tuned on my instagram. we'll see what happens. >> you can get the younger one in four costumes. how about a 15-year-old. how many costumes will they wear? >> he wants to be an airline pilot when he's older so he's going for some kind of airline pilot but we'll see if he even
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dresses up. he gets a little shy sometimes. >> that's what i figured. >> what about your daughters? >> i have no idea. to be honest with you, they just turned 17 yesterday so happy birthday to my twins and at 17, i don't know if i want to see the costume. >> that's when the parties start. like the trick-or-treating stops. the party starts. >> mine was strawberry shortcake but it was kind of a short dress. harper's going as adam sandler. no problems there. what's going around this year? >> adam, we love you forever and always. >> melissa joan hart, thank you so much. we really appreciate it. great to see you. >> great to see you, meliss, so great. coming up, "scream" star david arquette also joining us on this halloween weekend eve.
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> good morning. here is a look at traffic. >> good morning everyone. you are seeing a lot of usual sloping in the east bay. better news now in the north bay. southbound 101, the earlier crash has cleared so the six mile per hour slowdown will start to pick up. the toll plaza has improved as well, just backed up to the end of the parking lot. a slow ride over the bridge. >> sounds good. thank you.
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when you hear the word healthy, it always feels a little out of reach. that's 'cause the way we're thinking about it is all wrong. so we made a healthier song. for some folks it's like baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like millie's meds straight to her door or care at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ sometimes it's healthier to laugh. ♪ ♪ other times it's healthier to cry. ♪ ♪ we'll work through it together. ♪ ♪ when it works for you, drop on by. ♪ ♪ 'cause healthier happens easy ♪ ♪ when you just give people access. ♪ ♪ for bob it meant admitting ♪ ♪ that he needed reading glasses. ♪ ♪ healthier comes in all these ♪ ♪ different shapes and sizes. ♪
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♪ and ages and races and faces and eye-ses. ♪ ♪ and caring for them all means ♪ ♪ we're doing healthier right. ♪ ♪ so, let's do it all together people, ♪ ♪ 'cause this is what healthier looks like. ♪ >> bay area live is coming up. it is our big halloween show with nicklas shea come over 40 costumes, and some great costumes. >> always one of the best shows. and little spooky in solano county. we have a dense fog advisory until 11:00. right now, about two in fairfield, as high as i have seen all morning. patchy fog elsewhere and some clouds coming in. the only issue for the roads will be the fog. that's about today. one of our warmer days heading forward even though it will be cooler around the coast and bay. 70's are gone tomorrow. soaking next week. >> we will have another abc 7
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news update in about 30 minutes. as always, you can find us on our app and ♪ ♪ oh, here she comes ♪ spinning us into our halloween weekend we are very excited since the trick-or-treating doesn't actually start for a couple of days we're going to bring you a weekend full of scares with a halloween edition of "binge this." michael. >> all right, amy, here we go. we'll kick it off with a classic thrill. we took a look at the american film institute's top 100 thrillers of all time and at the top of the list, can you guys guess? yeah, that's a clue right there. ♪ it's "psycho," yes. many have tried to re-create the
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1960 film but as we all know no one does horror quite like hitchcock, which is why it's our first must watch for this weekend and do you like hitchcock? >> oh, yes. >> love it. >> i've been called worse. next up, lara, you're bringing us a recommendation for an extended scare. >> yes. >> that lasts all weekend long. >> absolutely. with my co-star here riva, who else can deliver that? say his name. the candyman can. butter up some popcorn and revel in the original trilogy that scared us to -- well, scared us to death in the '90s, then go ahead and finish things off with a new edition just out from jordan peele. amy, i know you saw that. >> i've seen -- i would never say his name five times looking in the mirror though, i'll tell you that, lara. >> good advice. >> if you do, don't do it around us. now, george, you've got page turners for those book worms out there. >> that's right. it comes from zibby owens the host of the podcast "moms don't have time to read books" with a
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few suggestions. >> the first one is alice hoffman's "magic lessons," the first in the "practical magic" series where you hear the back story of maria and find out how she got the family curse and the last one is alyssa cole's "when no one is watching" about gentrification in a new york neighborhood. are people moving out, or is something else going on? enjoy these thrilling reads. >> amy, you are our resident scary person, period. you love anything scary. you like to share probably scary stories around the fire. you have something that we should listen to? >> yes, it's my favorite time of year, so we have two perfect podcasts. "nightlight" is a horror podcast that features terrifying tales from all over the world stories. they say it will make you want to leave your nightlight on, thus the name. we know truth is very often more horrifying than fiction. there is also "lore," which tells true life scay stories. michael. >> don't listen to those alone.
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and after lara's earlier homage to this one, it would be wicked not to suggest watching "scream" for a throwback thrill. lara, you have that. >> absolutely. michael, the slasher film marking its 25th anniversary this year. there is a brand-new installment on the way but don't take it from us, let's hear from its star, david arquette also known as sheriff dewey riley joining us to tell us all about it. good morning, david. >> good morning, lara. >> nice to see you. love the sweater. >> thank you. a little halloween. >> sorry, i'm controlling our co-star here. she's eating the scripts. "scream" so beloved 25 years later, apologize for our rendition of it that we did and thank you for contributing. but what do you think it is about it that just keeps fans coming back year after year? >> kevin williamson set up this worlds that was so meta, not facebook meta, but, yeah, and
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wes craven is such a genius and the combination of that and this amazing cast that got along so well really just is magical 25 years later. >> i know it's been 25 years but can you share any secrets from the set? >> well, there was some funny things, i mean one time i dressed as like gale weathers and i squeezed into one of her silly dresses and she put on the mustache and the dewy hat and had a cup of coffee. i ran around the set and tried to scare people. >> david, i was going to ask you, what is sheriff riley up to in 2022? >> oh. >> dewy. >> dewy. >> the cast is so incredible. this new cast and it's great to work with neve and courteney again. woodsborough is more diverse than it's ever been so that was really great to see and i really like looking at this new cast and just seeing them get along the way we did as the original cast.
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>> and we know that a lot is under wraps, but is there anything you can tell us about this new movie? anything? >> oh, well, you know, dewey has a limp again. he kind of lost it in "scream 4." he had been doing a lot of rehabilitation, but, you know, i don't know. there's not a lot we can share. it's a rea whodunit so we want people to be surprised. you never know what is going to happen and it's always someone you know. >> oh, yes, david, it is. you know "scream" is one of our favorite movies. we want to know what was one of your favorite scary movies as a kid. >> oh, man. as a kid. >> or today. >> probably saw "the shining" way too early and, you know, it was just such a good movie like so crazy, jack nicholson like coming through the door. shelley duvall freaking out. that was one of my favorites. >> totally.
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>> before you go, we have to ask you, what are you going to be for halloween this year? >> oh, i'm not sure. i'm going to be trick-or-treating with my boys but i did get this made by fun ink so i'll probably go nice and easy, a little clown covid safe mask. >> but it's safe and you look a little happy, my friend. scary but happy clown, how about that? david, always good to see you. we appreciate you and good luck with this new movie. we cannot wait to see the new "scream," my friend. >> thank you so much. >> all right, the new "scream" hits theaters friday, january 14th, 2022, and we can't wait for you and the cast, david, that is, to come back and talk to "gma" about the movie. coming up, we got "pop or treat." lara with a halloween edition of "pop news." is it scary? ♪ "pop news." is it scary? ♪7 ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪
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♪i om for me andou ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪
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♪ don't stop the beat can't stop ♪ ♪ can't stop the beat ♪ welcome back to "gma." great to hav our deejay with us. time for "pop news." >> with riva mcentire in the house, everybody. we'll begin with some scary sporting news and it's good to see we aren't the only ones getting into the halloween spirit. 23-year-old jacqueline cristian from romania, look at her, walked on to the court at the transylvania open wearing a dracula cape and let me tell you all the garlic in the world could not have stopped her from
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sucking the life out of the two players she has faced so far. the 105th ranked player batting down the 98th ranked kaja juvan. did it again in round two. same killer focus and she looked unbeatable as she took down the fifth ranked ajla tomljanovi and today she has confirmed she'll wear the cape again, as she faces simona halep. watch this at the transylvania open starting 11:00 a.m. eastern on the tennis channel. >> the cape is working. >> yes, that's right. she is definitely one to watch. then some monstrous music news. christmas music might be a bigger industry but there are plenty of terrifying tunes to create a freaky feeling at your halloween party this weekend. "billboard" has posted a list of 31 songs for the 31 days of october. that list starts with one of the greatest movie songs of all time. play it. ♪
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raer j wh at andho couis one wk night ♪ >> of course. >> of course. ♪ when my eyes beheld an eerie sight ♪ >> "the monster mash," 1962, still has legs today and what about this one? ♪ work, work, work, senora ♪ >> so good. "jump in the line." it isn't even a halloween song but if it was good enough for "beetlejuice" it's good enough for us. finally, this is a holiday full of superstition. ♪ very superstition ♪ >> yeah, bring it home. stevie wonder's 1972 hit still makes the cut. almost 50 years later. yeah, took a lot of time with that one. you can find more insane music ideas on billboard.com.
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we thought that was fun for the weekend, get it going. and then finally forget the tracks, we want the treats. the latest trend is the candy charcuterie board. thank you for making three variations, tons of ideas how to make your own candy charcuterie on the website popsugar.com. step-by-step instructionals with great tips and suggestions like make your base out of dirt pudding. that's chocolate pudding with oreos crunched in it so everything sticks. that's a good idea. from there it's about adding the treats you love best and speaking of that, we have some sweet statistics. according to candystore.com, they created a map based on 14 years worth of data showing the most popular candy by state, michael, texas loves starbursts the best. would you concur? >> i love starbursts but that's not my favorite. >> there you go.
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your data needs some work, people. george, you grew up in ohio. their favorite halloween candy, the blow pop. >> the blow pop? >> that's not his favorite either, i can tell you. >> that's right, george. >> 0 for 2, lara. >> amy, you graduated from, of course, georgia, and according to the study the dogs love the fish. >> yes, that is literally my favorite. that's my favorite. i love swedish fish. >> thank you for saving the show today. >> yes. >> yes, survey says. and finally, my home state new york, new york, a hell of a town, sweet and sour, that's our bag and i can confirm that is true. so 50% right. >> riva agrees. >> i've been in new york long enough, i'm a new yorker. >> there you go. that explains it. that's "pop news," rob, sending it over to you and sunny. >> i think riva sent it over to sunny. good morning, everybody. can i get you something to drink? more on why i'm dressed like
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this in a minute. deejay reach, what an honor. thank you, my man. we got your forecast for trick-or-treating, that's the big deal this weekend. i know it's a weekend long celebration but for the time when kids are out late sunday afternoon and night for the most part looks good. maybe a little rain, snow in the mountain areas but some of your halloween trick-or-treat forecast city, skeleton island, south dakota, 42. devils lake, 38, death valley, 81 degrees and pumpkin, georgia, for her costume. riva still here. we'll be right back.
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online and get delivery for no cost. ♪ it's getting hot in here so hot in here so take off all your clothes ♪ welcome back to our "gma" halloween show. there are only two days until halloween. if you haven't come up with a costume guess what you're in luck because "good housekeeping" style director lori bergamotto has great last-minute halloween costumes you can make yourself so bring her on. please welcome lori as wanda and her son leo as vision. there they are. welcome to the show, i love it. hi, guys. >> hi. >> so good to see you. happy halloween. >> happy halloween. and riva saying hi too. tell us why superheroes are a good costume for this year. >> and beloved by dogs as well.
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so superhero costumes are so great because you're able to get things like pajamas or go to a sporting goods store. you don't have to go to any party places or any halloween stores, just go for something formfitting. these are actually tablecloths so there are so many things you can get easily accessible. >> riva have a yellow thing going on? >> what? she has a yellow thing going on? >> no, she's so excited about the party. >> tell us how you put the costumes together. >> for my son leo who is vision we went to a sporting goods store and got these to reimagine the vision face. these are pajamas and felt and a lot of people don't want to spend money on buying a whole new wardrobe so these are pajamas which he'll wear again, some soccer shorts and then, for his sneakers, he had white sneakers but not yellow, we did a felt cutout and tied it around the back, and for me, sporting a tennis skirt, lara, you could
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easily pull this off. little tennis skirt, got these at a discount store and tablecloths. >> a lot you'll wear again. those boots are adorable. >> maybe not the tablecloth. >> a movie that broke a lot of box office records this year and it's an easy costume. it's rob and his dog sunny and rob is bond. >> he looks so handsome. where is she? >> here he comes. >> rob has that tux in his closet, i can tell, but how did you turn sunny into a martini? >> thank you, lori. i'm getting you for this one, or sunny is. >> you are really torpedoing the whole segment. the way -- show them how it's supposed to work, rob. >> she's a martini glass. >> there you go. the cone is the martini glass. >> that will last. >> we put it on a wooden dowel and glued some red felt for the pimento and there you go, rob can just have his martini like
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that. shaken not stirred. >> exactly. >> thank you. >> you too, rob. not too shabby. what about cruella. always big, especially right now. >> exactly. this has been one of the top googled costumes for this year. >> yeah, let's look. we have cruella right here. >> okay, i'm really proud of this one. we have cruella, samantha and her son addison as our dalmatian. for cruella we got a lot of red tulle and we were going with the emma stone version. >> it's really good. >> so good, red dress, a lot of red tulle you can get for 10 bucks at a craft store. black blazer. i don't know if you guys can see this, but it's spray painted pasta that we used and the epaulets made with cardboard. and then we have for the wig, we made that wig with black and white feather on a headband. >> wow. >> i was going to ask where you got that. >> that looks great. >> for the dalmatian we got white pajamas with black and white felt and dalmatian mask we
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picked up at a local toy store. you can get those really easily printed. >> wow, that's so impressive. finally, we have whit johnson and his family as some of our favorite characters from "ted lasso." >> oh, my gosh. >> so i feel like -- >> you look amazing. >> he is the best ted lasso ever. this is another thing, mine your kids' closets. his daughter lea actually plays soccer so she had some of this gear. we were able to use our computer, print out some transfer paper for the logos and then for his daughter summer we were imagining how keely jones would look. we went for big sparkle and oversized bomber. >> roy kent, watch your language. >> and roy kent, copper as roy kent with his black tie and black outer coat there. they are such a great "ted lasso" family. we love this costume. >> you guys look fantastic. >> the happiest animal on earth, goldfish because got a
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ten-second memory. >> wow, he is all in. whit is all in. >> that's no longer whit. that's ted. >> everyone, the november issue of "good housekeeping" is on newsstands now. lori, thank you so much. great costume ideas and we will be right back. >> come on, boy. on, boy. when you hear the word healthy, it always feels a little out of reach. that's 'cause the way we're thinking about it is all wrong. so we made a healthier song. for some folks it's like baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like millie's meds straight to her door or care at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ sometimes it's healthier to laugh. ♪ ♪ other times it's healthier to cry. ♪ ♪ we'll work through it together. ♪ ♪ when it works for you, drop on by. ♪ ♪ 'cause healthier happens easy ♪ ♪ when you just give people access. ♪
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>> building a better bay area. moving forward, building solutions. jobina: good morning. here is francis with a look at traffic. francis: eating very thick fog -- getting very thick fog. you will find very slow traffic from highway 4 down to gary. looking good into san francisco, but slow on west 80 getting there. mike: solano county under a dense fog advisory. jumping up to 65 under a partly and kind of breezy sky. dropping into the mid-50's. trick-or-treating is going to be an irresistible gorgeous evening. temperatures in the 60's falling in the 50's. a spotty showers tomorrow, lots
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