6:38 p.m. ET: ABC’s Matt Gutman tweeted about tonight’s show:
— Matt Gutman (@mattgutmanABC) January 2, 2013
6:07 p.m. ET: This is just cool…
A young boy’s lost bicycle has led to a unique piece of natural roadside art on Washington state’s Vashon Island, over 50 years later.
5:15 p.m. ET: ABC News’ Carol McKinley and Clayton Sandell report:
Families of many of the victims killed in the Aurora, Colo. movie theater massacre are calling an invitation to attend “a special evening of remembrance” when the multiplex reopens later this month “disgusting” and “offensive.”
3:38 p.m. ET: TONIGHT on Nightline: ABC News’ Ryan Owens reports: Prosecutors in Arizona will begin arguing today that 32-year-old Jodi Arias should die for the especially brutal murder of her one-time boyfriend, Travis Alexander, who was found dead in his shower over four years ago.
1:48 p.m. ET: Students and staff of Sandy Hook Elementary School return to class tomorrow and see another familiar face: A “new old prinicpal.”
ABC’s Christina Ng reports Donna Page, the school’s former principal who retired in 2010, is leading the new school as interim principal. Read the full story HERE
12:13 p.m. ET: UPDATE: “Nightline” has been following the case of Jacob Ostreicher, an American businessman who has sat in a Bolivian prison, uncharged, for over a year. Last month, Ostreicher was released and placed under house arrest. Watch “Nightline” anchor Terry Moran’s full report HERE:
9:40 a.m. ET: FISCAL CLIFF: Minutes after the House of Representatives approved a bipartisan Senate deal to avert the “fiscal cliff” and preserve Bush-era tax cuts for all Americans making less than $400,000 per year, President Obama praised party leaders and wasted little time turning to the next fiscal fight.
READ ABC News’ Devin Dwyer, John Parkinson and Sunlen Miller’s full report HERE
8:03 a.m. ET: Happy New Year! Love, Nightline: