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as of 10 am cdt thursday, hurricane matthew is a category and continues to track northwest at 12 mph. the national hurricane center is forecasting matthew to gain strength in the warm water of the atlantic later today, with wind speeds up to 145 mph. downhill throughout the day, especially late this afternoon into the overnight with "extremely dangerous and life threatening winds." torrential rainfall leading to flooding, and dangerous storm surge. the "eye", or center of the however there is still a potential for the winds are extending about 40 miles outside the center of south carolina and north carolina will be impacted by hurricane matthew friday and saturday. more on the chance for storms in our area coming up in just a few matthew friday and saturday. more on the chance for storms in our area coming up in just a few
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closer to the u-s .. after wreaking havoc in the caribbean and the the first rain outer rain bands from hurricane matthew are rushing for higher ground as the storm is expected to pound the eastern coast... (nats: hammer) boarding up ... millions from the sunshine state to the carolinas "time is running out mandatory evacuations extend from florida through south carolina .. (s / gov. nikki haley / (r) south carolina :20 - :27) getting ready to close. (s/ edward alexander / tybee island, georgia :31 - :37) "a lot of them have seen a lot of these watches or warnings and nothing has really hit here in a while there may be some complacency." (s/ governor rick scott / (r) storm will kill you." in florida .. more than
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while swift water rescue teams prepare across the region. (nats: bahamas storm) hurricane matthew has already battered the bahamas .. after leaving a trail of destruction through haiti .. where the death toll is only .. with sustained winds as high as 150 strongest storm the threaten the state in more "these catastrophic levels can completely wipe out well built millions bracing for a atlantic.. conditions now .. expected to deteriorate over next 12 hours-- we're told the worst part of the storm will pass through late tonight and into tomorrow afternoon. live in daytona beach, sarah rosario --back to you. and we will continue to watch hurricane matthew throughout the day. continuing our flood 20-16
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the future. here's what it looked like last week. parts of downtown flooded by the swollen cedar river --including the newbo area. most businesses and homes did avoid taking on heavy water --partly thanks to temporary barriers. meanwhile the city is waiting for about 73-million dollars from the federal government. that money was approved back in 2008 --but never received. mayor ron corbett says he hopes they'll finally see some of that money, to work on a more out in california, so you have have replaced cedar rapids because ours was eight years ago. this near-miss that we had is a way for us to elevate and get to the top of the list again." the plan includes 13-foot-tall levees and permanent walls -- as well as some removable walls. the red cross giving an update on
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eastern iowa families used their shelters. more than 21- thousand meals and snacks were served to flood victims -- and more than 36- hundred relief items and clean up supplies have been given out so far. an iowa man is accused of murdering his parents. sean freese has been arrested. davenport police say they received a report of a shooting and found his parents' bodies inside their home. sean was arrested not long after a university prest -- following controversy over his use of university airplanes and making private land deals. iowa state university president steven leath saying he'll be more cautious after facing criticism for his use of two of the school's airplanes, and also making a private one-point- one million dollar land deal with his boss. i-s-u's student government has voted to call on the board of regents to investigate leath for his use of the school's planes. leah is a certified pilot -- but
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landing after a visit to north carolina. threats of clown attacks are causing problems for an iowa police department. it began with a student making an online threat against harding middle school in des moines. police found the student...and determined there was no threat. but that incident sparked copycats...with officers looking into at least six similar cases just yesterday... we're wasting a lot of resources investigating these crimes school administrators say social media hoaxes. continuing coverage -- both sides of a road may be open soon after months of construction. workers busy paving university avenue in cedar falls over the last two weeks --where the new roundabouts will be. they hope to have both sides of the road open by the end of november --but, because of the recent bad "it really is. so many people have commented that they drive
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goal is to improve safety and make it easier to around. good manners and being polite go a long way. ten boys at irving elementary school in waterloo are enrolled in "boys to men." it's a new program put on by volunteers every week- where they learn the ins and outs of being a true gentlemen. from proper hygiene to respect- these boys are learning it all... you should be doing your program- their polos that you see here, were donated from yonkers. coming up... a country is trying to recover after hurricane matthew wrecks
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but congressman blum wants to raise the retirement age to 70. blum: we've got to raise the retirement age. blum would make it harder, voting to cut social security and privatize medicare. blum would even deny social security to seniors until they're 70. i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message, because seniors have earned social security and medicare.
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forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back, i'm meteorologist kyel kiel. a front draped over the kwwl viewing area will be the focal there could be a some showers or isolated storms this afternoon, but the better chance comes
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storms this evening could have hail and wind threats, along with a few isolated tornadoes also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end friday morning as the cold front tracks to the east, we will cool down for friday with highs in the low 60s. overnight lows could dip into the upper 30s in a few counties saturday morning. a front draped over the kwwl viewing area will be the focal the region today and tonight. there could be a some showers or isolated storms this afternoon, but the better chance comes later this evening o evening could have hail and wind threats, along with a few isolated tornadoes also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end friday morning as the cold front tracks to the east, we will cool down for friday with highs in the low 60s. overnight lows could dip into the upper 30s in a few counties saturday morning. a front draped over the kwwl viewing area will be the focal the region today and tonight. there could be a some showers or isolated storms this afternoon, but the better chance comes later this evening through the overnight. some storms this
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with a few isolated tornadoes also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end friday morning as the cold front tracks to the east, we will cool down for friday with highs in the low 60s. overnight lows could dip into the upper 30s in a few counties saturday morning. a front draped over the kwwl viewing area will be the focal the region today and tonight. there could be a some showers or isolated storms this afternoon, but the better chance comes later this evening through the overnight. some storms this evening could have hail and wind threats, along with a few isolated tornadoes also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end friday morning as the cold front tracks to the east, we will cool down for friday with highs in here's the storm track 7 day forecast has cool conditions as we head into the weekend, very fall like. slight chance the low 60s. overnight lows
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a front draped over the kwwl the region today and tonight. there could be a some showers or comes later this evening through the overnight. some storms this evening could have hail and wind threats, along likely to the southwest of the viewing area). heavy rainfall is also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end friday morning as the cold front tracks to the east, we will cool down for friday with highs in the low 60s. overnight lows could dip into the upper 30s in a few counties saturday morning. day forecast has cool conditions as we head into the weekend, very fall like. slight chance for rain returns here on monday. with a few isolated tornadoes (although that threat is more likely to the southwest of the viewing area). heavy rainfall is also possible with some areas
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tracks to the east, we will cool down for friday with highs in the low 60s. overnight lows could dip into the upper 30s in a few counties saturday morning. here's the storm track 7 day forecast has cool conditions as we head into the weekend, very fall like. slight chance for rain returns here on monday. of devastation in its path. take a look here. these are photos from haiti showing matthew's damage. the hurricane left more than fifteen-hundred homes flooded -- and more than two- thousand families are affected. we will continue to track hurricane matthew throughout the day. coming up.... while many in iowa are casting their ballots -- many are making a big mistake. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in decorah, frankville, rossville and
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hillary clinton surrogates were out in key battleground states -- including iowa. clinton's daughter chelsea stopping by the university of dubuque yesterday. she took questions on topics ranging from veterans affairs to the affordable health care act. she also talked about hillary's vision for more affordable college... donald trump holding a rally in nevada. he addressed supporters in reno and talked about the state's drug problem. he also said former president
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it doesn't work. it's a disaster. it's costing everybody, including our country, a fortune." trump will be in new hampshire today. people here in iowa have already casted their ballots for president. but there's a big mistake people are making when it comes to mailing in absentee ballots before the counties say people are not signing the back of the return envelope. black hawk county auditor grant veeder says without that "but when people get ballots in the mail, it's very importatn instructions are here. we spent extra money to put this in red to say signature required, envelope
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30 return envelopes in the mail that weren't signed... on monday.. dubuque county says 10 percent of the return envelopes they got weren't signed. they're contacting the voters who make this mistake. coming up.... a hotel where they guests have
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misleading and false. the truth -- monica vernon donated every pay raise to charity and helped build a homeless shelter for women and children, but multi-millionaire blum promised he'd take only half his salary. then in congress, blum broke his word and kept all the pay. now he wants to cut social security and raise the retirement age.
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take a new direction and guests have the final say. laboratory. marriott revamped its downtown charlotte hotel to serve as a 'beta' for new features. (sot: matthew carroll, marriott hotels) "it's an existing hotel that we've taken and really transformed." guests notice di skipping the front desk to check in on a tablet or through marriott's app. (sot: matthew carroll, marriott hotels) "the ability to check into your room with your mobile device, and actually use that device as room offers next level lounging your tv." a more open hotel lobby
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engaging with the local community." the food and beverage experience includes a coffee lab, open farm- to-table break a sweat... (nats: "choose a workout") don't have to sweat planning a workout..... on-demand classes take care of it. (nats: studio) still testing and trying. that we don't know if that's going to marriott hotels) "the beta buttons are a really immediate feedback from our guests." giving customers a say... in their hotel stay. mark barger, nbc news. coming up on kwwl, the mister food test kitchen.... whether it's homemade or out of a box -- when it comes to desserts -- it's all about the frosting. howie is making some from
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than finishing 'em with homemade frosting. so let me share three buttercream frosting, which is simply some butter, brown sugar and cinnamon beaten together. now that it's light and fluffy, we stir in a splash of vanilla and some powdered sugar. after this comes together, we beat in some half and half and more powdered sugar. does this look good or what? for those of you and coffee, our mocha frosting, which is a creamy-fluffy spin-off of a ganache, that is truly to die decadent caramel frosting should not be missed. imagine any of
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really good snack cake. to get the recipes for our "cinnamon buttercream frosting," the "caramel frosting" and our "mocha frosting," along with, the snack cake recipe that i was we found a "sweeter way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" "you're tc how tall are you? hi how do we measure greatness in america? the height of our skyscrapers? the size of our bank accounts? no. it's measured by what we do for our children. the values we pass on.
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where our children can rise as high as their dreams and hard work take them. that means good schools for every child in every zip code. college that leads to opportunities... not debt. and an economy where every young american can find a job that lets them start a family of their own. we face big challenges, but we can solve them the same way families do. working together. respecting one another. y theirs.
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prepare for hurricane matthew -- a shooting breaks out. a deputy responses to a call
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noon.. i'm ally crutcher let's go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel now who is tracking hurricane matthew. as of 10 am cdt thursday, the national hurricane center is forecasting matthew to gain conditions along the east coast into the overnight with "extremely dangerous and life threatening winds." torrential rainfall leading to flooding, and dangerous storm surge. the "eye", or center of the however there is still a po over land. the hurricane force winds are extending about 40 miles outside the center of hurricane matthew, so folks inland will also be affected by this storm. people in georgia, south carolina and north carolina will be impacted by hurricane matthew friday and saturday. more on the chance for storms in our area coming up in just a few minutes. the "eye", or center of the potential for the storm to completely go over land. the hurricane force winds are extending about 40 miles outside the center of hurricane matthew, so folks inland will also be affected by
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carolina and north carolina will be impacted by hurricane matthew friday and saturday. more on the chance for storms in our area coming up in just a few minutes. minutes. storms in our area coming up in just a few minutes. deputies shoot a man after leading them on a chase. this happened in south carolina. authorities were redirecting traffic during evacuations for hurricane matthew. the county's cheif deputy says a man got out of his truck, moved a traffic cone and then sped away. police chased the man until he stopped and got out of his truck
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time. while responding to a robbery - a police officer is shot and killed. the california officer was a 29- year-old veteran of the force. he was the first to arrive at bullet holes... "and were all suffering right now. his family certainly is suffering, his law enforcement family is suffering, it doesn't get worse than this folks. " police have arrested a suspect. changin creating a new agency to investigate police shootings. some feel the new agency isn't strong enough to do the job properly... "how do we explain to our to disrespect and neglect us." these changes coming nearly one year after a video is released -- showing an officer shooting
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24 years served for a crime he didn't commit. a wisconsin man now free from prison. d-n-a ruled him out as a suspect in a sexual assault case... "make better choices before convicting people. make sure you got the right evidence. because when you do this, people lose, everybody loses. the wisconsin innocence project worked to overturn his conviction. mafia boss... found hiding behind the kitchen cupboards in his home. this is police video showing him being taken into custody. the boss spent five years on the run -- now he could spend 20 years a phone goes up in smoke -- forcing people to get off their plane. a southwest flight preparing to take off at louisville international airport -- when all 75 people on board had to get off. investigators are looking into
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secret conversations now possible. facebook launching "secret conversations" on its messenger app. the company says the texts are encrypted on the devices that they're sent from and received. this means if you're chatting in secret mode on a specific smartphone, you won't see previous messages on your desktop. new rules for prepaid debit cards. card issuers will have to provide their users with basic account information.. like balances and charge. fees will have to be displayed more clearly on packaging... and protections for lost or stolen cards will be expanded to prepaid debit cards. the new rules will go into effect next october. robots -- at the bank. it's now happening in taiwan. this robot is named pepper. it practiced with bank employees before interacting with real customers. bank employees say its responsibilities will mainly be to interact with and entertain customers. they added that for now, pepper
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the new statue of liberty museum is unveiling details today. the statue of liberty-ellis island foundation - and the national park service - are breaking ground for a new museum on liberty island. it's expected to cost around 70 million dollars. more than four million people visit liberty island every year. you've probably noticed it the past few weeks -- the leaves are starting to change colors. check out this video out of vermont. drone videotu you can tell there's plenty of green left out there. the state sure are vibrant... "i think there's definitely different colors that you see when you're kind of analyzing them looking down rather than the straight shot on." it's becoming a big driver of the state's economy. the state expects around 3 point 2- million travelers this fall to spend about 6-hundred- million dollars an oregon college student
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years old! here's the special discovery, you might not look twice if you saw this bible on (sot: sam bussan, found who works in the lewis & clark library as an archival assistant. he found this more than 400 year old bible last week... he opened it up and found a number of bibles... one of them... this one... printed in 1599. for bussan, even holding the centuries-old piece of history -- is a powerful feeling. (sot: sam bussan, found rare bible) "it's strange to say about a book but it's almost a religious experience or maybe the closest thing to a religious "as far as i know it was the smudges... the browned pages...
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collections says it's possible first owned this book. but they've traced ownership back to england. from there the book as for bussan... he's glad he decided to make a pitstop before heading home last week. and he says he's learned a lesson from all this. (sot: sam bussan, found rare bible) "i would say keep looking just a because you just might -- find something special. coming up ... stores are gutted while people prepare for hurricane matthew. and stormtrack seven meteorologist kyle kiel will be back with your storm track
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four-ten, he's running three miles rain or shine. six o'clock, chuck's at the office. when in iowa, he's still up early. working the farm, meeting iowans in all ninety-nine counties every year.
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i'm chuck grassley, and i approve this message. information from the kwwl front draped over the kwwl thunderstorms to track through the region today and tonight. there could be a some showers or isolated storms this afternoon, overnight. some storms this that threat is more likely to the southwest of the viewing area). heavy rainfall is also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end tracks to the east, we will cool down for friday with highs in the low 60s. overnight lows could dip into the upper 30s in a few counties saturday morning. point for showers and thunderstorms to track through the region today and tonight. there could be a some showers or isolated storms this afternoon, but the better chance comes later this evening through the overnight. some storms this evening could have hail and wind threats, along with a few isolated tornadoes viewing area). heavy rainfall is also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end
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a few counties saturday morning. a front draped over the kwwl viewing area will be the focal point for showers and thunderstorms to track through the region today and tonight. there could be a some showers or isolated storms this afternoon, but the better chance comes later this evening through the overnight. some storms this evening could have hail and wind threats, along with a few isolated tornadoes viewing area). heavy rainfall is also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end friday morning as the cold front tracks to the east, we will cool a few counties saturday morning. a front draped over the kwwl viewing area will be the focal point for showers and thunderstorms to track through the region today and tonight. there could be a some showers or isolated storms this afternoon, but the better chance comes later this evening through isolated tornadoes (although that threat is more likely to the southwest of the viewing area). heavy rainfall is also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end friday morning as the cold front tracks to the east, we will cool
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could dip into the upper 30s in a few counties saturday morning. as we head into the weekend, very fall like. slight chance for rain returns here on monday. hail and wind threats, along with a few isolated tornadoes (although that threat is more likely to the southwest of the viewing area). heavy rainfall is also possible with some areas getting 1-2". the rain comes to an end friday morning as the cold front tracks to the east, we will cool down for friday with highs in a few counties saturday morning. here's the storm track 7 day forecast has cool conditions as we head into the weekend, very fall like. slight chance
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down for friday with highs in the low 60s. overnight lows could dip into the upper 30s in a few counties saturday morning. here's the storm track 7 day forecast has cool conditions as we head into the weekend, very fall like. slight chance fo r hurricane matthew is being called the "largest humanitarian
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the storm devastated parts of the country tuesday. more than 300- thousand people are in emergency shelters... humanitarian aid is pouring into the country. and people in south florida have spent the last 24 hours preparing for hurricane matthew. yesterday - supplies flew off the shelves in stores in the miami area. grocery stores also struggled to keep food in stock. bread, milk, canned goods -- that stuff was flying off the shelves. further north, in fort lauderdale -- buses took hundreds of ppl really. i don't want this but i have to." we will continue to keep an eye on the storm throughout the day today. coming up ... you won't need a ride to your favorite yogurt shop to enjoy for that.
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festival theatre and has since become the fastest selling play in british theatre history. annie (julie petersen) and chris (jean carlisle) persuade four fellow wi members cora (linnea nicol), jessie (bonnie williams), celia (penny cohn) to pose nude with them for an "alternative" calendar after the death of annie's husband john (mike fleming). the calendar is a success, but chris and annie's friendship is strained due to their new-found
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miriam salamah as marie, pat taylor as brenda hulse, kevin petersen as rod, denise clipperton as lady cravenshire, lucy dlamini as elaine, and j'kalein madison as liam. th sunday matinees are at 2pm. box office will open september 23 for season ticket holders and september 29 for general public. box office hours are 1-
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that's right. orange leaf frozen yogurt did a test run delivering fro-yo to students at hope college in michigan -- using a drone. it took about 15 minutes to travel a little under a mile... if the program succeeds, orange leaf frozen yogurt plans to expand the service to more locations and potentially include other foods. movie and music news -- here's david daniel with the hollywood minute.
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kennedy in "jackie," which follows the iconic u-s first lady in the days after the dropped for the film, which opens in december and is drawing oscar buzz. "blah blah blah... all that were cut from "suicide squad," but he may have the last laugh: warner brothers posted a teaser announcing an extended cut of the anti-hero comic book flick, cold-hearted, cold-hearted..." zayn malik has had a breakout year after leaving one direction, and he might even win a grammy -- but not for best new artist. recording academy rules say zayn isn't eligible, due to his time
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forward: despite all their success, one-d's never even receved a nomination from the academy. in hollywood, i'm david daniel.
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the truth -- monica vernon donated every pay raise to charity and helped build a homeless shelter for women and children, but multi-millionaire blum promised he'd take only half his salary. then in congress, blum broke his word and kept all the pay. now he wants to cut social security and raise the retirement age.
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conditions as we head into the weekend, very fall like. slight chance for rain returns here on monday. we do have a slight risk for severe weatehr late this evening. more on kwwl dot com. that will do it for us here at noon. our next newscast is tonight at
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how tall are you? how do we measure greatness in america? the height of our skyscrapers? the size of our bank accounts? no. it's measured by what we do for our children. the values we pass on. i've spent my life fighting for kids and families and it will be my mission to build a country where our children can rise as high as their dreams and hard work take them. ols for every child in every zip code. college that leads to opportunities... not debt. and an economy where every young american can find a job that lets them start a family of their own. we face big challenges, but we can solve them the same way families do. working together. respecting one another. and never giving up.
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>> chad: it's good to see you, marlena. >> marlena: thank you. and thank you for seeing me on short notice. i think it's important. >> kate: so you said on the phone call. >> marlena: well, yes, i... i want to talk to you about clyde. i've spoken with the police and the fbi and i filed a preliminary psychological evaluation. he's as psychotic as his son is? >> marlena: well, i didn't really make a diagnosis. mostly, i want to see what he's thinking so we can... so we can figure out what he might do next. >> chad: of course. well, whatever i can do. >> marlena: thank you. what i really want to do is talk to kate. you had a relationship with him. i'd like to talk about the time that you had together. >> kate: well, no wonder you didn't mention this in the phone call. did you know about this?

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