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president elect tweeted out this in response to the ohio state university stabbings... and it's already in "isis is taking credit for the terrible stabbing attack at ohio state university by a somali refugee who should not have been in our country." mr. trump is no stranger to controversial tweets... yesterday he sent out a message regarding those who burn the american flag. team 12's bryan west is live from the satellite center... good morning bryan.... they both agree there should be some sort of punishment when it comes to
and while most everyone would agree it is disrespectful burning the flag is protected by the first amendment. we want to know what you think... should burning the american flag be a punishable offense? let us know by going to 12 news dot com slash your voice... or on our 12 news facebook page.... checking your hot headlines this morning.... today a the 19 granite mountain hotshots who died in the yarnell hill fire.. will open to the public. friends and family attended a private dedication ceremony yesterday morning. visitors can walk the same trail the hot shots took on that fateful day. along the route.. there are plagues dedicated to each firefighter who died. the maricopa county attorney's the maricopa county attorney's office moved to dismiss the
phoenix police officers logan egnor and chris tiona. both were indicted for tampering with a public record -- after pepper spraying a homeless woman. the officers said they stayed to give her medical attention but that's not what their gps and body cameras revealed. we're told the case is being dismissed because there is "no reasonable likelihood of a conviction." meantime, phoenix pd says the internal affairs investigation against the men will continue. both are still on administrative leave. sheriff joe arpaio's trial for defying a judge's orders.. has been pushed back. the racial- profiling case was supposed to begin next month - but has been moved to april - after arpaio's lawyers asked for more time to prepare. that means arpaio will no longer be in office when the trial begins. president elect donald trump, still working on filling out his cabinet... while tweeting about isis and his future business plans this morning. we are live in washington d-c in three minutes with that... the no fun league... loosening up a little bit.... and it's all for a good cause... the story behind
more big announcements of trump tower today. tracie potts is live in washington with the latest on the transition and what's happening on capitol hill today. ad lib president elect trump kicks off his thank you tour in ohio tomorrow. he's also said to visit indiana to announce 1000 factory jobs staying in the u.s. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. q: democrats are trying to force the president elect to sever his business ties with the trump organization? q: the president- elect took a phone call from britain's prime
cleats... and now... we've got more really cool examples of what the guys on the field will be wearing this sunday... there are a rules... this is the nfl after all.. the custom cleats must honor a specific cause or charity... which the leage had to approve before this week.. and after the game... players must auction off their cleats after the game and donate all of the proceeds to their chosen charity. more than 500 players will join the movement this weekend. ad lib the ice bucket that started the
few years ago is now part of history. the smithsonian's national museum of american history opened an exhibit on the history of philanthropy. since the a-l-s challenge became a fundraising phenomenon, that first bucket is a showcase item. in 20-14 anthony and jeanette senerchia tied the existing ice bucket challenge to a-l-s, also known as lou gehrig's disease... and it became a viral social media campai for a-l-s research. time now for your juicy question of the morning and your answer.. 30 percent of us admit to doing this as children and then lying about it. many believe that
this week's weight loss wednesday comes at a great time.. during the holiday season when it's easy to eat and drink a little too much. and we know it can be tough to get to the gym.. you can almost always squeeze in a quick workout at home. and bobby hodge from advantage training shows us how you can tone your legs and stomach with leg lifts. bobby :05 - :09 and don't go anwhere.. coming
show us how to complete the core circuit with leg lowers. clean up this morning... in alabama... after deadly storms hit the area hard last night. details in three minutes... it is one of the most iconic christmas images in america... we're talking about the rockefeller center christmas tree in new york city details on what's happening there -
headlines this morning... regional leaders and tens of thousands of cubans jammed the plaza of the revolution, yesterday celebrating fidel castro on the spot where he delivered fiery speeches to mammoth crowds in the years after he seized power. raul castro closed the rally with a speech thanking world leaders for their words of praise for his brother, who he called the leader of a revolution "for the humble, and by the humble." democrats in the house of representatives elect their party leaders. nancy pelosi of california has been house democratic leader for 12- years... today she faces a challenge by
ryan says it's time for a change in party leadership. he cites the losses of dozens of democratic congressional seats over the past six-years as one reason... a string of storms pushed though the south east tuesday night, damaging homes and tearing down trees. homes in the area were damaged by falling trees that knocked in roofs and walls. in monroe county, mississippi high winds knocked some vehicles of the road. a truck and a bus could be seen tipped over by the side of highway. winds and rains ripped roofs off buildings, including a barn that suffered severe damage. tonight, in new york city, a favorite holiday tradition takes place, as the rockefeller center christmas tree is lit. thousands are expected to watch it happen in person... the tree lighting will also be shown live here on n-b-c starting at 8-p-m eastern time. this year's tree will be lit and on display until 9-p-m on january 7th. the first tree at rockefeller center was put up by construction workers in 19-31...
lighting took place in 19-33. we are just getting started on 12 today... phoenix police need your help finding the guy in this video... they say he was there when two guys were shot on a light rail platform a few days ago. ad lib two dollars for unlimited frosties? sign us up! where... and when you can score that deal... in the next hour... frosties? sign us up! where... and when you can score that deal... in the next hour... stay with us... you're watching 12 today..