Check this airline passenger who doesn't like a crying baby, but quickly changes her tune when threatened with expulsion. Marissa Rundell recorded this footage of a disruptive passenger on board a flight departing JFK Airport in New York on February 6, 2018. The passenger can be heard threatening the job of an airline employee named Tabitha. Tabitha then begins the process of removing the disruptive passenger from the flight. The passenger then apologizes for her earlier threat. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said Wednesday evening that 12 of the 17 confirmed deaths in the shooting attack on a high school were found in the school. Israel told reporters that authorities subsequently found 12 people dead in the building and two more dead just outside the school and one more in a nearby street. Israel says two other people died later under medical treatment. ABC's Ryan Burrow is there and has the latest on the victims and their families with Tony.
They're finally on the slopes for the US and it's an early gold medal! We head to PyeongChang for the latest with Alex Stone after another day of competition.
Conversations are again starting up about bringing an NBA team to Louisville. Dan Issel joins Tony.