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graphic photos from dallas cowboy greg hardy's domestic violence case coming to light. adding to the outrage, he's back on the field now. hardy's reaction and what cowboys owner jerry jones is saying this morning. judge gunned down. ambushed in front of her texas home. authorities hunting for clues in this mystery, was she targeted because of her job? >> defendants charged with felony crimes, sending people to death row, not everybody's happy with that. >> the warning for her co-workers on the bench. and, the shocker in the sky. the flaming object lighting up the night. >> that was just one of the weirdest things i've ever seen. >> social media blowing up, calling it a ufo. an invasion. newsrooms flooded with calls. this morning, the real reason behind all of the frenzy. hey, good morning, let's
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take another look at that alleged ufo over southern california. what was this thing? believe it or not, sara haines of all people, is going to solve the mystery. coming up, haines-y doing a little sleuthing. >> i just want to know if it has anything to do with the new "star wars" movie? how about that? but we're going to start here with the collision of comedy and the campaign trail. donald trump guest-hosting "saturday night live" overnight. there were protesters in the streets but it didn't seem to bother the presidential candidate. we'll talk to george stephanopoulos in just a moment. but first, let's go to abc's tom llamas who's covering the campaign trail for us this morning. >> reporter: paula, good morning. so much anticipation going into last night. trump reminded us within seconds of taking in the stage, he's brilliant, he's handsome and rich. but clearly, he can laugh at himself. he danced like drake there was a bounty by a latino group for an audience member to
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call him a racist on stage, that actually happened, but not like everyone expected. overnight, donald trump taking center stage. >> donald, you're the most amazing guy. you're brilliant. you're handsome. you're rich. you have everything going, the world is waiting for you to be president. so, why are you hosting "saturday night live"? why? and the answer is, i really have nothing better to do. >> reporter: the gop presidential hopeful hosting "saturday night live" for the second time. his last appearance in 2004. >> nobody's bigger than me. nobody's better than me. i'm a ratings machine. >> reporter: this time, trump whose known to joke on the campaign trail, bringing politics to late night. making fun of himself, even pretending to live-tweet a
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insults like loserss to cast members. while a preview of his policies in 2018 didn't exactly kill. >> you know what, i don't have to get specific, with me, it just works. it's magic. >> reporter: his dance moves weren't an instant hit. you used to call me on the cell phone >> reporter: outside, protests over the gop front-runner protesting gig. one organization offering $5,000 to any audience who would shout out criticism at trump. >> trump is a racist! >> reporter: guest larry david taking them up on it. >> what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that, they'll give me $5,000. [ applause ] >> as a businessman, i can fully respect that. >> reporter: deport racism later tweeting, larry david wins the $5,000 bounty.
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trump won't get too much time to enjoy the laughs, it's back to business today. on the campaign trail tomorrow. and the big debate on tuesday. so, no word on ratings. we all know they're going to be huge. >> he'll take center stage again tuesday. the next republican debate. >> a huge debate, so many story lines with trump, carson, and rubio, must-watch tv. >> thank you, tom, i can watch him dancing like drake on repeat. for more on this, let's bring in abc's george stephanopoulos who's going to be hosting "this week" later this morning. trump, did he hurt himself or help himself? >> hurt himself? no, i don't think so. what's helped him is all publicity is good publicity. i don't see how this is likely to hurt him. now the question is, whether it's going to help him? hard to know. >> one of the things that he
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might do, take a swipe at his chief rival ben carson, who's facing mounting questions and criticism about how he's relaying stories from his past. he fought back in a pretty feisty in newsconference the other day. >> unwith of the things that ben carson has said, he put out a tweet that he's raised about $3.5 million since these questions were raised by the press. he's going straight at the press, that cnbc debate a couple of weeks ago. it's a question of whether those stories stand up to further scrutiny. and whether they reveal a pattern of dishonesty or simply exaggerations that are being trumped up by the press, as carson argues. that does remain to be seen. but both trump and carson and marco rubio are starting to rise as well, they're in this stage now where they're going to get much more scrutiny. marco rubio releasing more of
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time in florida. >> george, thank you. remind everybody, george has a big show this morning, he'll be talking to donald trump one-on-one as well as democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders. that's coming up on "this week" later this morning on abc. george, thanks again. >> thanks, dan. now to the investigation into the tragic shooting death of a 6-year-old autistic boy. two cops arrested and charged with murder. they allegedly opened fire, pursuing an suv with his father who was critically injured. abc's phillip mena has the latest from the scene in marksville, louisiana. >> reporter: paula, good morning. this is the jail where those two accused officers used to bring those they arrested. this morning, those officers find themselves behind bars. this morning, so many questions remain behind the shooting death of 6-year-old jeremy mardis. >> as we have interviewed witnesses we have obtained forensic evidence.
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we did countless interviews. we have taken body camera footage. >> reporter: that body cam footage the center of the investigation, yet to be released. those countless interviews didn't include two of the four responding deputy marshals, who according to police refused to cooperate. local deputy marshals norris greenhouse and derrick stafford still in custody this morning. each arrested on attempted second degree murder. according to louisiana newspaper theed a row kate and abc affiliate station, both officers accused of excessive force while on duty. as to the other two responding officers, no charges as of yet, but that could change. what led to the chase in the tragic shooting is unknown. pursuing the suv to serve a warrant is seemingly unfounded.
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warrant at this point and what exactly transpired why they were encountering that vehicle. >> reporter: family and friends looking and hoping for answers. this morning, chris remains hospitalized in critical condition. meanwhile, his son's funeral will be held tomorrow. in mississippi. dan. >> phillip, thank you. new developments this morning in a domestic violence scandal for the nfl and it involves america's team, the dallas cowboys. it involves these pictures of the badly beaten ex-girlfriend of greg hardy. hardy who's going to suit up today, or at least to set to do, weighed in overnight, and abc's tony reali is here with the story. >> reporter: good morning, dan. when the dallas cowboys take on the philadelphia eagles tonight in texas, sunday night football, defensive end greg hardy will be on the field.
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domestic case surfaced from 18 months ago, fans asking, how could that happen? this morning, dallas cowboys are defending star player greg hardy after these images obtained by deadspin.com. in a statement, team owner jerry jones saying hardy deserved a second chance. and will suit up for his fourth game since returning from suspension, despite the leaked images from the 2014 incident. the case dismissed in court after holder didn't testify. cowboys owner jerry jones choosing to sign hardy to the team despite the controversy. >> because the nfl is what it is, and because jerry jones and owners like him enable guys like greg hardy, we're going to see situations like this over and over again. >> reporter: in a statement, jones said the team didn't have access to the photos but they were aware of the serious nature of this incident when they elected to sign hardy.
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>> lot of men and women and sports fans need to say, why is this man playing in the nfl? >> reporter: the nfl acknowledged that the league office had seen the photos and referred back to its initial statement saying hardy was in violation of the personal conduct policy. nfl fans are now left with a dilemma, how to root for america's team? >> i just don't understand how anybody would root one second for the dallas cowboys as long as jerry jones is in charge of this football team and signing greg hardy as a free agent. >> reporter: overnight, greg hardy posting his first comments on twitter since the photos emerged, expressing his regret in the past. and he's dedicated to be the best teammate he can be. the league has spent time distancing it from the ray rice scandal. >> some questioning the league's priorities. >> absolutely. it's a morale quandary. tom brady suspended four games
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for air pressure in footballs but he never missed those games, and greg hardy suspended four games for this. >> interesting point. tony, thank you. we want to move to the latest on the russian plane crash that killed all 224 people onboard. investigators have revealed that a sudden noise was heard in the last second of the black box recordings. we want to bring in retired colonel steve ganyard in washington. good morning, steve. thanks for joining us. >> good morning, paula. >> steve, we just mentioned that investigators mentioned there was a brief noise on the black box. what could that noise be? >> is it a bomb or where the airplane is physically coming apart? the investigators have a couple of ways to do this. there are three microphones, one over the pilot, over the co-pilot and over the ceiling. investigators will do that, time of arrival and direction of arrival. they'll be able to pinpoint within a couple of feet of where the plane came apart. the other thing they're going to look at is, what kind of sound is it?
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the sound that came from a bomb. they have library of sounds. there's milliseconds they'll be able to look at the amplitude. all sort of ways they could get at this. we should have heard it by now, they'll get to it eventually. >> investigators haven't ruled out anything, including a bomb, are there other physical evidence to support that theory of a bomb onboard? >> one of the ways to do that find a bomb is to look for the residue, every bomb has a signature, a chemical signature that will be left on whatever blows up, the chemical forensic evidence, if it was a bomb. >> all of the eyes on the world are on this investigation. everybody wants a definitive answer. steve, thank you for joining us. more news overnight, we kick it over to ron. who's leading with a train derailment. >> federal investigators on the scene in the wisconsin after a freight train goes off the rails, spilling ethanol into the
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take a look at this. a total of 32 derailing saturday morning in the town of alma, several of the cars went into the river. others landing on their side. five tanker cars leaking ethanol into that river, the mississippi river. the railway company says they are trying to contain the ethanol spill. officials say there is no danger to the public. and a fight involving several -- to missouri, two dozen black football players say they will boycott the team over what they say the college's president's inadequate response to several racial incidents on that campus. about 30 players say they won't participate in practice until the missouri president resigns. the team members announcing the strike on social media saturday night. the players standing together. mizzou's next game is this coming saturday against byu.
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now to that fight involving several female middle school students. it took a wild turn, it happened outside of a middle school in houston. the car comes slamming into one of the girls, injuring her. the victim's mother set up a go fund me page saying her daughter suffered broken bones. so far, though, the driver of that car hasn't been charged. and the management of several malls across the country say they have heard the outrage over their christmas displays and they're making changes. some customers felt that there was not much christmas spirit when the mall swapped out the trees for glacier-type trees. boycott the malls with the new displays. several malls including those in new york and north carolina say they are listening to their customers and will be adding christmas trees. and take a look at this -- an amazing high-stakes cliff
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two men slipped, fell, landing on a ledge. they waited there until helicopters arrived. it took several hours to safely rescue the two men from that ledge. they are okay. and an acoustic guitar that john lennon used to record and write "love me do" and i "i want to hold your hand" has sold at $2.4 million at auction. lennon used the guitar before swapping it with george harrison's. the guitar's whereabouts unknown for over 50 years until a california man turned up that guitar last year. and finally, even more proof that there are some jobs that you need a woman to do. take a look at this. >> yes. >> an enormous 12-foot gator in sugarland, texas. since police only are authorized
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professional gator wrangler. see there, doing her thing. she was able to get the 900-pound gator under control. >> she's hypnotizing it. >> the gator whispererer. a forklift called in to get the gator off the property. it will put in a breeding program although we may never see that gator again. >> oh, don't say that. >> it's in a breeding program. >> very happy. >> better than hanging out a strip mall. >> this is family show, let me remind you. let's get back to those bright lights in the sky over southern california and the social media freakout that ensued. >> some call it an ufo. sara, you have the answer. >> i would like to leave that mystery unsolved.
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looked at the skies and seen a light or a streak and hoped it was something mysterious. last night, it wasn't just their imagination but it also want e.t. overnight, this mysterious streak of light across the night sky in southern california, and visible as far away as nevada and arizona. >> we looked up and we saw this crazy [ bleep ] ufo. what is that? >> we're being invaded. >> reporter: watch as the small white light slowly expands looking to take over the skyline and then, a blue/green tail appears as it continues to travel across the sky. the curious scene causing people to call law enforcement. and flood our l.a. station kabc news with calls, wondering, what could this be? it's like a scene straight out of "the x files." >> it looks like a regular airplane and then out of nowhere, it just blew up into an
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enormous bright light. >> reporter: social media exploded, weird object. anyone know what that was over southern california? and videos showing the quizzical reactions as people caught a glimpse of the celestial sight. not so fast, it turns out, the navy was conducting a scheduled missile test. assuring people it was unarmed. i feel like i ruined it for everyone. how many times have you looked at the sky -- did you have ever look at the sky and think, maybe something's coming to visit? >> never. >> really, i'm the only one? >> i'm with you there, sara. >> thank you, rob. >> that's why i became a meteorologist. >> and that's why he's my favorite. >> plus, i'm very lonely. >> you're saying there's not
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aliens among us right now? >> among us, possibly. >> the weather wall is over there, man. all right, texas, you have been getting it this past 48 hours with a lot of heavy rain, and it's been tough to get around low country there. especially south of i-10. it's wet to begin with. it makes tough go-around. the rain now moving out of louisiana, here's the radar, it's pouring into the florida panhandle. some of this is really heavy, a soggy, soggy morning. and a coastal low across georgia, up along the east coast as well. heavier rains into atlanta, and by tomorrow night, the carolinas getting some heavy rain. flash flood watches have benn posted for coastal parts of south carolina. mostly for drainage issues, 2 to 4 inches of rainfall. it will come at a pretty good clip. probably some flooding in that part of the world. pacific northwest, and sierra
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nevadas, snow, they'll take it coming in. generally speaking 3 to 6 inches of snowfall. frost and freeze advisories this morning across parts of the southern plains. a cool start to your day, in the 20s and 30s in the inner mountain west. it should rebound nicely to a criswe made it to the end of the weekend, and wasn't it just fantastic weather wise? it is definitely a cool start to your sunday. you'll need to head outside to warm up the cars for a bit, you'll likely have thick frost on the windshield. temperatures will again be seasonable today and the sun will continue to shine. high temperatures will top out around 55 degrees. the beginning of your workweek continues to stay nice. temperatures will rise slightly, with highs nearing 60 degrees by tuesday. as for rain, we stay dry until late tuesday into wednesday, where we bring in the chance for a few thunderstorm s. >> all right, snow fans, some pictures from out west, another
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ski resort from yesterday. >> thanks, rob. coming up on "good morning america" -- a judge is shot outside her texas home, was she targeted and if so, why? and a school sexting scandal. authorities say more than 100 teens involved. we'll take a look at the app that hides nude photos. and let's get it over to sara and periscope. >> for all of those people who can't get enough of "good morning america," look who i found. the beautiful mara and tony hanging out. >> i'm showing pictures of my baby francesca. >> are they in the makeup room? >> yes. >> as if any of them need it. >> i have a story about the colorado sexting scandal. >> and i have to get home to francesca. >> bye, everybody. we'll be back. "good morning america" brought to you by toys r us, a whole store of awesome. toys r us a
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we made it to the end of the weekend, and wasn't it just fantastic weather wise? it is definitely a cool start to your sunday. you'll need to head outside to warm up the cars for a bit, you'll likely have thick frost on the windshield. temperatures will again be seasonable today and the sun will continue to shine. high temperatures will top out around 55 degrees. the beginning of your workweek continues to stay nice. temperatures will rise slightly, with highs nearing 60 degrees by tuesday. as for rain, we stay dry until late tuesday into wednesday, where we bring in the chance for a
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welcome back to "good morning america." right now, everyone's buzzing about donald trump's late-night hosting gig on snl. the presidential candidate as you can see, showing his funny side, cracking jokes and even dancing like rapper drake, maybe better than drake. also happening right now,
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to figure out what caused this massive sinkhole outside an ihop restaurant. swallowing more than a dozen cars. and right now, you may want to pick up your turkey on your next shopping trip, grocery store owners saying the recent bird flu outbreak could cause a turkey shortage potentially, meaning higher prices. or a tofurkey. >> no. please don't ruin it. >> tried to get that word in the newscast this morning. >> you did. is a story you won't want to are your kids using special apps to hide things from you? a high school sexting investigation. but first, a manhunt in texas for whoever ambushed and shot a prominent judge right outside her home. >> this judge handled many high-profile cases during her career, whether that made her a target. abc's ryan owens joins us now this morning from austin.
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good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, paula. police do think she was targeted because of her work here at this courthouse behind me. for years, she has sent murderers to prison, even to death row, and this morning, they certainly think someone wanted her dead. austin police are desperate this morning to figure out who shot this well-known, well-respected judge, and why. >> at this point, we don't have a lot of information about the suspect. >> reporter: judge kocurek was shot as she pulled into the driveway of her upscale home in austin friday night. >> rapid succession. >> reporter: the statesman said she was coming home from high school football games with others in the suv. the paper said that as she pulled up, a bag of a trash, or a garbage had been placed in front of her security gate, as she got to move it, the judge was ambushed. >> we're working through a
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help us track down this person or persons. >> reporter: now, in stable condition, authorities say she did not suffer any life-threatening injuries. this morning, fellow judges here are being around with, they could be next. >> my first obligation was to alert other judges so that they could be safe and take necessary precautions to protect themselves and their families and loved ones. >> reporter: in her long career, judge kocurek has been involved in numerous high-profile cases in texas, including former governor rick perry's indictment in august of last year. >> every year, she has at least a thousand new defendants charged with felony crimes. when you're sending people to death row or to prison, not everybody's happy with that. >> reporter: before she was a here in austin, arguably an even more dangerous crime, so police
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here have a very long list of bad guys to sort through who just may have a beef with this judge. dan and paula. >> it looks like that investigation could take some type. let's get it over to rob, another look at the weather. >> look at this. it's a beauty, that's big sky resort, they opened yesterday. 30 inches to play on there. there's a spectacular day. shaping up to be a good season, at least better than last year. mountain snow, we got some coming in for the cascades, for the sierras and the bitterroot range. a potent pattern setting up. this cold air coming in from the gulf of alaska. bringing some of that snow, getting into the plains, tuesday and wednesday, so, midweek, starting to draw some moisture from the gulf of mexico. this is the setup for potentially some severe storms
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also, still hurricane season, this thing has a 70% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone here. nice across the midsection and some rain across the swe made it to the end of the weekend, and wasn't it just fantastic weather wise? it is definitely a cool start to your sunday. you'll need to head outside to warm up the cars for a bit, you'll likely have thick frost on the windshield. temperatures will again be seasonable today and the sun will continue to shine. high temperatures will top ou >> this weather report is brought to you by wayfair. >> paula, i thought we had a word with rob talking about snow in happy terms. >> he doesn't listen to us. did you have your ear muffs on? >> earmuffs when you're talking to me. >> make it fun for sara. >> winter is coming. get onboard.
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this morning, a look at a type of secret app said to be at the center of a sexting scandal in colorado. >> parents, listen up. the school has suspended a number of students who alleged used their phones to share photos. some could face some could face serious charges. football players were involved in this, the school had to forfeit its final game of the season. some students used a smart phone app to keep those photos hidden. mara schiavocampo has more. it's that digital game of cat and mouse with teens trying to parents. this morning, hiding nude photos. community, found to be a part of a massive sexting ring. >> there isn't a school in the
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united states probably at this point that hasn't dealt with the issue of sexting. >> reporter: the kids involved ranging from middle schoolers to varsity high school football players, exchanging nearly 400 nude photos in total, using a so-called vault app. preventing parents from seeing certain texts and photos. these apps the latest way kids are keeping secrets on their phones. >> it looks like a standard calculator, in fact it is a standard calculator. >> reporter: so, how do these cyber secret keepers work? yahoo! tech editor-in-chief gave us a look. >> you hit the percent sign, you have a photo album, now there are pictures hidden in here that your child didn't want you to see. >> reporter: apps like this becoming so popular, one county district attorney sent out a warning to parents. >> if one child knows about it,
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many children know about it. >> reporter: and experts say, one way to keep your kids from ability to install anything without your approval. >> the problem with these apps is, it allows kids to hide their cyber lives from their parents and sometimes the things they're hiding can harm them. >> reporter: in colorado that for child pornography. next up for authorities, investigating if underaged kids also facing the challenge of charging any minors. you know, for parents, one of the reasons this could be so scary, we showed a calculator, it doesn't have to be a calculator. it can hide itself in many different ways. limiting what they can download is important. just paying attention. >> paying attention is the key right there. mara, great advice for us this
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millions of americans will be on the move during the extended thanksgiving week. it's shaping up to be the busiest thanksgiving travel season since 2008, 23.5 million americans are expected to take to the skies. joining us now for holiday travel tips for thanksgiving and beyond is genevieve brown, what is the best time to purchase your ticket to travel? >> the best time would have been around labor day, but right now you have to book immediately. expect to pay 15% more as we get
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we're talking days now. so, it is time right now to book. >> okay, normally, families book their tickets together, is that the best way to go about it? >> it's not the cheapest way, because different sections of the plane are priced differently. you may get a cheaper price if you can split the family up. however you want to manage it. by pricing it separately you may get a better deal. >> a lot of us live areas where there's large airport or a smaller airport a short distance away. in boston, you can go to manchester, new hampshire, which is the better one to get the better deal? >> boston, large airports are your friend, more competition means lower prices. and that's true all times of the year. >> the big question is, what are the best days to fly during the thanksgiving season? >> thanksgiving day itself is
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sunday or monday depart. and if you can, don't return until the tuesday following the holiday. >> if you travel that sunday or monday, you're going buy a lot, right? >> a lot of money. that's a premium. that's when everybody wants to travel. >> how about waiting past tuesday, is that a good idea? >> absolutely. >> thank you very much, genevieve brown, for those travel tips. coming up -- the great debate is a hot dog a sandwich? the answer is on "pop news" with the incomparable sara haines. there she is.incomparable sara haines. there she is. on a new set of wheels, then... wham! a minivan t-bones you. guess what: your insurance company will only give you 37-thousand to replace it. "depreciation" they claim. "how can my car depreciate before it's first oil change?" you ask. maybe the better question is, why do you have that insurance company? with liberty mutual new car replacement,
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jones's" movie is heating up. and who better than mcdreamy to do it. grey's anatomy's patrick dempsey is spotted on the set in london, shower ing showering renee zellweger with kisses, in the scene, sparking rumors of an on-screen love triangle. colin firth was also spotted. shooting scenes after patrick and renee sharing their kiss. you can expect a lot of drama in "bridget jones with baby" hits theaters. >> your baby is coming in march. >> i'm in pregnancy mode. i was trying to figure out what week she's in. but it's a movie. sometimes, the simpler things aren't so simple. a real generation gap coming at you, when a dad asks their daughter in a hotel room to help him out. >> here, layla, can you -- >> how do you do it? >> what, are you serious?
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hang it up. >> mom. >> put it down. [ laughter ] >> i feel so old. how does a child not to know how to hang up the phone? can you imagine showing them how to dial on one of the turnstile turnstiles? what are these numbers? >> hang it up. hang it up. >> is that true, ron? after the show. getting enough sleep is always a sensitive topic around here. here's a map highlighting the states that are the most sleep deprived. >> i would have thought new york? >> no, west virginia. that's not a literal. >> by the way -- that's not a state.
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>> fair enough. >> oh, wow. >> west virginia is has the sleep deprivation rate of 33%. followed by kentucky and tennessee at 31.5%. my alarm goes off at 4:00. so, i totally understand what it's like. on the flip side, the lucky people of north dakota are the most well rested. >> i would have guessed that. >> i would have said iowa. i was raise on a lot of sleep. me, too. >> the midwest. okay, quit eating the food before i introduce the food. please. hot dogs. frankfurters. call them what you want. just don't call a hot dog a sandwich. the controversy boiled over this week when some celebrating national sandwich day whether eating a hot dog fits the bill. >> that's ridiculous. >> i know. hot dog is greater than a sandwich.
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so, eat up, guys, don't call it a sandwich. >> okay. >> it's like calling a wrap a sandwich. >> who does that? no one does that. >> if you're in chicago, you can call it meal. >> you don't go to the ballpark and say, i can't wait for a sandwich. >> it's cold. >> but it's so good. like pizza. >> we lost dan. thank you for watching. we always appreciate having you. we want to remind you, george stephanopoulos has a big show coming with donald trump
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have a great sunday.from your 24 hour news source, update. here with a quick check of your forecast. bnsf railway says 32 of its cars derailed near alma, wisconsin yesterday morning,
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people to evacuate their homes. the railway says the derailed cars carried empty auto racks and tanker cars full of ethanol. b-n-s-f says there were no reports of any fire, smoke, or injuries. firefighters and other first-responders are gathering at the johnson county fairgrounds this weekend. they're taking part in basic animal rescue training, or bart. they learn from certified instructors how to safely restrain and care for animals in emergency situations. waukee police are investigating their first homicide in decades. they responded to 1-30 saturday morning. police found 41-year-old gino risola in the street with multiple gunshot wounds. he later died at the hospital. police arrested 42- in the afternoon. those stories and much more are coming up in just a few minutes on the kcrg tv nine morning news.
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of all of here's what you need to know today. university of iowa police are investigating and urging victims to seek help. is upgrading surfaces allegedly showing a driver
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