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>> the greatest fear? those missing could be dead. today, the death toll rose to at least seven. this morning, much-needed rain began to fall in the drought-stricken smokies. but it was too little, too late. 17,000 acres here burned. gerry morgan lost all mother's keepsakes, including photos, treasures that took on extra meaning after l her mom died /) >> all of her china, lf?
who shot serve a warrant to a . polices different complex when they saw scott with a gun and mariju investigators say scott ignored commands to drop the weapon at least ten times. >> keith, don't you do it. >> did you shoot him? did you shoot him? he better not be [ bleep ] dead. >> the prosecutor also released new survan at a nearby convenience store shortly before the deadly encounter. >> the bulge you see here is consistent with the holster and gun that was later described by officers and located at the scene. >> what appears to be a holster also seen on a freeze frame from a police camera. scott's family is planning a lawsuit. >> this is an open carry state
now there's imminent danger. aggravated imminent danger and therefore deadly force should be used. >> the scott family is asking that any protests remain peaceful. >> thank you. we're learning more information about what may have caused the tragic plane crash in south america that killed 71 people. six miracle survivors found in the wreckage. in the past hour, we got new video of the team on board the doomed flight before takeoff, in high spirits for their upcoming championship. also tonight, air traffic control audio reveals the pilot's urgent final words repeatedly saying he was running out of fuel. we get the latest from nbc's kir simmons in colombia. >> in colombia and brazil, memorials, instead of a soccer match. in the brazilian team's empty locker room, flowers and candles. and tonight, a stunning recording obtained by the "associated press." apparently between the control tower and the pilot. suggesting the players ed because their plane
we're asking for priority in our approach. we have a fuel problem. the controller tells the pilot he can start his approach in seven minutes. two minutes later, the pilot again asked to land. but is told there's an aircraft below. she asks, how much time do you have to stay put? fuel emergency the pilot responds, i'm asking for immediate descent. a short time later the pilot says the plane is in total electrical failure and out of the aircraft slams into the side of a hill. short of medellin airport. >> they should have had a minimum of 45 minutes reserve fuel. and they only held for seven or eight minutes. so it's obvious that they were well into that reserve fuel. >> flight attendant jiminez suarez told doctors here the lights in the plane went out and then impact. three players survived. the team's back-up goalie still in a coma. are you amazed that he
>> yes, i am. >> among the 71 who perished, a player pictured last week finding out his wife was pregnant. his future as a father and the hopes of an entire team wiped out. keir simmons, nbc news, medellin, colombia. politics, the ongoing drama of who's in, who's out of president-elect donald trump's incoming administration. during the campaign, trump repeatedly promised to drain swamp. in our nation's capital. he's choosing washington, d.c. and wall street insiders to stack his team. >> he won the white house, partly by promising a washington. >> we are going to -- drain the swamp. >> but now, the president-elect's latest cabinet picks panned by democrat quote so much for draining the swamp. accusing him instead of stocking it with alligators.
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and frog legs. >> he did something i tried to do and was unsuccessful in accomplishing, he won the general election. and he continues with a message of inclusion and bringing people together. >> today the president-elect is announcing that in a couple of weeks he plans to explain how he will in his words, get completely out of business operations for the trump organization, with one big question being whether he'll still have an ownership stake. first news conference in mo >> halle, thanks very much. president-elect also poised to make an announcement tomorrow, delivering on a promise to save jobs at an indiana company. carrier air conditioning says its reached a deal to keep 1,000 jobs in the state, half the number carrier was planning to shift to mexico but what was the strayed-off? nbc's kevin tibbles has reaction from employees. >> shift change in indy. carrier workers leave with
saved. >> a different mood from last february's announcement that 1400 jobs were being moved to mexico. >> to move production from our facility in indianapolis to monterey, mexico. >> back then, candidate donald trump pounced. >> if i were in office right now, carrier would not be leaving indiana. that i can tell you. that i can tell you. >> following negotiations over thanksgiving, last night a tweet from the companies and jobs in the u.s. why did carrier reverse course? well details have not been released, sources familiar with the netiation say carrier will ?
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new details in a bizarre mystery in california. authorities are abducted a mother and held her for three weeks. investigators say she showed signs of torture and starvation. when she was found on the side of a highway, 150 miles from her home. here's nbc's gotti schwartz. >> six days ter sherri papini beaten, investigators finally have a more detailed description of the two hispanic women suspected of kidnapping her at gunpoint as she went for a jog near her home. >> both of the subjects spoke in
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