Index: Surveillance Cameras Capture Bourbon Street Shooting in New Orleans

ABC News' David Muir reports the stories people have been buzzing about.
1:01 | 11/27/16

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Transcript for Index: Surveillance Cameras Capture Bourbon Street Shooting in New Orleans
Sunday night. And to New Orleans and the deadly shootout that rocked the French quarter. People running in panic. One man killed, at least nine others injured. Police asking witnesses to step forward. The mayor promising to pursue the case very aggressively. The dramatic moment. California highway police finding that missing mother who vanished while jogging. Chp is advising she is heavily battered, and it is a confirmed kidnapping. Police say 34-year-old Sherri papini was found in restraints on Thanksgiving morning, on the side of a road, 100 miles from home. She's been reunited with her husband and children. Authorities are looking for two female suspects, hoping to find DNA evidence that could lead them to the alleged kidnappers. Also in California, police in the bay area are asking for your help in the manhunt for two escaped prisoners. They cut through window bars at the jail in San Jose, sliding down a rope made of bed sheets. Police say both are considered dangerous. A $20,000 reward is being offered for information leading to their capture.

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