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meteorologist rachael peart now for your first forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl across this area starting early partly cloudy to partly sunny skies. tonight, temperatures will fall into th showers later today and overnight. not much rain is expected ... no more than a few election day will be dry and sunny. behind the front we'll only warm to the first woman to serve as u-s attorney general -- has died. she died from complications of parkinson's. reno was one of the clinton administration's most
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for governor in florida, but lost in 2002. reno was 78. now to decision 20-16: we are down to the last day of campaigning. hillary clinton and donald trump try to rally voters in key battleground states. edward lawrence has a full wrap of what we can expect... campaign trail for the last day before voters decide who will be the next president. sot hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee i really do want to be the president for everybody. people who vote for me, people who vote against me. clinton talked unity after a feeling of vindication from a e director james comey. he says emails found on a computer belonging to anthony weiner and clinton aide huma abedin will not change the f-b- i's conclusions recommending no charges. sot robby mook / clinton campaign manager the director resolved this yesterday, that's what we asked him to do. to get the information out there, and bring it to a close. national polls show news / wall street journal poll shows clinton up by 4 points: 44% to 40%. trump not backing down.. still hammering clinton on her email controversy (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows it, the
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he talks about the rigged, corrupt system not working for the forgotten man or forgotten woman, that didn't change by still democrats say they'll win the ground game to get voters to the polls. sot robby mook / clinton million phone calls. we knocked on 7.2 million doors. already 42 million people cast a ballot early. hillary clinton will visit three states in her final push. news, washington. today -- kwwl will be broadcasting a live decision 2016 special. that is happening at 4-30 this
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five. the special will highlight hillary clinton and donald trump. tomorrow ---we're also keeping our eyes on federal and state races. the iowa g-o-p believes it will take control of the state legislature. they're pointing to registration numbers in key district races as a way to possibly flip control of the state senate. this session democrats held a narrow 25 to 23 majority in the senate -- while republicans held a 57 to 43 lead in the house. voters in five states will decide whether they want to legalize that includes california. house minority leader nancy pelosi told the l-a times she plans to vote in favor. that would make her the highest- ranking, sitting elected official - in either major party - to back the legalization of a drug the federal government currently considers a schedule 1 narcotic. a family is homeless-- after a toaster fire in waterloo. firefighters responded to the 300 block of california street yesterday morning. investigators say the fire started inside a toaster --
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and living room. the house did not have working smoke detectors -- but fortunately two people were able to get out safely. the cause remains under investigation. a live report coming up from the home-- kwwl's taylor bailey talks with a woman who escaped the home. continuing coverage -- a funeral will be held today for one of the two iowa police officers killed on the job. services began at 11 for des moines police sergeant anthony beminio at the lh west des moines. a funeral for urbandale officer justin martin will be held tomorrow in his hometown of rockwell city. eastern iowa police officers are in des moines, showing their support. officers from waterloo are attending today's service... " after something like there's and be there for his family, for his coworkers after an incodent like this"
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by wearing bands on their badges. visit kwwl dot com to watch the funeral live. blue lights are shining in central iowa neighborhoods to show support for police. organizers with project blue light were in des moines to pass out blue light bulbs for people to shine on their porches. the creator of the group is former police officer from mason city. he says he wanted to show police community members care. main break. crews worked for hours over the weekend to fix the problem. no one was injured. we spoke with a woman who was nearby when the road caved. the street collapsed and it kept collapsing." after that, she called police. good news here -- she's okay and no one is injured. happening today -- the waterloo
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firm to design changes to university avenue. the city council is being asked to approve a two- point-eight million dollar contract for construction on university between midway drive and highway 63. earlier this year the council approved taking control of the street from the iowa d-o-t. the city is getting money from the state to help pay for the project. coming up after the break.. did you feel it? an earthquake in oklahoma was felt in iowa-- because of it's strength. and, why you may want to t we'll fill you in on some great deals! and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to stay up to date on breaking news and
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news at noon" "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." let's go to storm track seven meteorologist now for your forecast forecast. information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: thi across this area starting early this week. partly sunny skies. tonight, temperatures will fall into the low to mid 40s. a cold few light showers later today and overnight. not much rain is expected ... no more than a few election day will be dry and sunny. behind the front we'll only warm to the 50s. northwest winds will usher in cooler air. the rest of the week will stay dry with plenty of sunshine into next weekend. a second cold front tracks in late week, bringing temperatures closer to average friday and saturday - the low to mid 50s, with lows in the 30s. things will start to cool down
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highs today will rise into the temperatures will fall into the low to mid 40s. a cold front will track through the area, bringing the chance of a few light showers later today and overnight. not much rain is expected ... no more than a few hundredths of an inch. patchy fog is also possible by morning. front we'll only warm to the 50s. northwest winds will usher in cooler air. the rest of the week will stay dry with plenty of sunshine into next weekend. a second cold front tracks in late week, bringing temperatures closer to average friday and saturday - the low to mid 50s, with lows in the 30s. things will sta still be mild. highs today will rise into the low 60s with partly cloudy to partly sunny skies. tonight, temperatures will fall into the low to mid 40s. a cold front will track through the area, bringing the chance of a few light showers later today and overnight. not much rain is expected ... no more than a few hundredths of an inch. patchy fog is also possible by morning. election day will be dry and sunny. behind the front we'll only warm to the 50s. northwest winds will usher in cooler air.
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of sunshine into next weekend. a second cold front tracks in late week, bringing temperatures closer to average friday and saturday - the low to mid 50s, with lows in the 30s. things will start to cool down across this area starting early this week. however, it will still be mild. highs today will rise into the low 60s with partly cloudy to partly sunny skies. tonight, temperatures will fall into the low to mid 40s. a cold front will track through the area, bringing the chance of a few light showers later today and overnight. not much than a few hundredths of an inch. patchy fog is also possible by morning. election day will be dry and sunny. behind the front we'll only warm to the 50s. northwest winds will usher in cooler air. the rest of the week will stay dry with plenty of sunshine into next weekend. a second cold front tracks in late week, bringing temperatures closer to average friday and saturday - the low to mid 50s both days.
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a tornado and flooding hit italy -- in and around rome. the top two floors of a building collapsed after a twister hit near rome. someone else was injured when they were slammed by the wind against a window. the river that runs through florence also flooded. you could feel the entire house sway. that's how someone in oklahoma described an earthquake -- which was also felt as far away as rattled central oklahoma last night. it shattered windows and brought down pieces of buildings in cushing. that's about 50 miles from oklahoma city. school has been cancelled in cushing today. a news conference is set for this morning to talk about the damage. some minor injuries have been reported. the city manager in cushing says -- this is beginning to become the new normal. after the break-- kiddos are forming their own thoughts on the election. find out what local middle schools are thinking about the candidates.
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for avocado lovers--
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are seeing politics everywhere they turn. they're forming their own thoughts on the race. kwwl's amanda gilbert spoke with middle schoolers -- about what they think -- of the messages on
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around the corner... weighing on many voters minds.... but what are kids picking up from all this... " this election is definately different from "i think there's definately some bullying going on." "feels like little kids fighting each other. " "what if you become the person for the longest... (nat candidates... claires always writing, so i hillary clinton is no better." school... "we had a vote in a class." "in history/social studies we did a debate"
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"if rizzo and bryant were running i would probably pick rizzo hahah," "so you would vote for the cubs if you could?" " oh yeah." kwwl asked some students what issues are important to them during the elections... common answers were education... gun control... and healthcare. politics in the workplace -- the ceo of starbucks is uring his this election. he has publicly endorsed hillary clinton for president. he wrote a letter about it -- but it doesn't suggest starbucks employees vote for a particular candidate on election day. instead, he wrote that he feels "a bit anxious" about the pending election, and asked his employees to share "kindness, compassion, empathy" and love. still to come on kwwl november is now considered black november-- because there are deals all month long-- and not just on
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and, one toy store is keeping with tradition and opening early on thanksgiving--
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its doors on thanksgiving day to welcome early black friday shoppers. the toy retailer will open at five o'clock thanksgiving day and will stay open for 30 hours straight of continuous shopping. this is the fourth year in a row that toys r us has opened this early. it says once stores open, most won't close until 11 p-m on black friday. toys r us will also boost the number of employees working on black friday and will have toy experts on hand, as well as, express checkout lanes. lovers... avocado supplies have started to increase and prices are expected to come down over the next several weeks. a shortage of avocados had pushed prices up by double... and in some cases... triple... from a year ago. there's no need to count the votes of many major retailers...who've already made a big decision about this year's holiday shopping season. as chris clackum tells us -- some are already starting their the world's largest retailer...amazon.. is among
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"they're taking advantage of this trend and wanting to make sure they're engaging the ...consumers are eager... with over 40-percent well underway with their christmas shopping.. ...stretching purchases over several paychecks ...instead of just one. "they're demanding to do their time to enjoy it with their families" even home depot is onboard with a "black friday" sale last friday...and more expected as the month goes on. plus, retail experts also expect other retailers to join in long before the day after thanksgiving. "so go visit walmart.com and target .com.. you're already electronics" they say shopping earlier in the month means skipping crowds, less stress, and a better chance at chris clackum, nbc news. coming up on kwwl, the mister food test kitchen.... howie is making some treats in honor of election day tomorrow! earlier in the month means skipping crowds, less stress,
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chris clackum, nbc news. coming up on kwwl, the mister food test kitchen.... howie is making some treats in honor of election day tomorrow! but first, a look at your latest
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promises, the election is only hours away. so no matter who you're supporting, i urge you to simple way to remind your refrigerated pie crust, and cutter. then we place a spoonful this way, no matter what party star in the center of each one
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can be, it doesn't matter which candidate you vote for, these are true winners. the recipe for our, "election day hand pies," is online now which will give ya plenty of time to make them before casting your vote. i'm howard in the mr. food test "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the
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now on kwwl news at noon. a california church weighs in on the election -- trying to sway other members to vote a certain and, a pregnant woman accused of shoplifting because of her pregnant
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and, a family is homeless after a devastating fire caused by a toaster. a live report on the way. good afternoon and thank you for joining us for kwwl news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher a family is homeless-- after a toaster fire destroys their home in waterloo. kwwl's taylor bailey joins us live in waterloo with more-- taylor? the family who used to live in this home is homeless today--after fire destroyed the home early yesterday morning. a woman who rents the home says the fire started in her toaster she says she put a pop tart in the toaster--walked away and came back to her kitchen in flames
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detectors and waterloo firefighters say the home is no longer livable. karla says she is still trying to process everything and she is staying with family--for now carla, her son and her dog are homeless. live in waterloo...taylor bailey...news seven...kwwl tonight at five we'll get a look inside the home at the damage. and find out what's next for the let's go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel now for your first forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: things will start to cool down across this area
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highs today will rise into the low 60s with partly cloudy to partly sunny skies. tonight, temperatures will fall into the low to mid 40s. a cold front will track through the area, bringing the chance of a few light showers later today and overnight. not much rain is expected ... no more than a few hundredths of an inch. patchy fog is also possible by morning. election day will be dry and sunny. behind the front we'll only warm to the following a car crash in cedar falls. police say cynthia brooks of waterloo died in the crash on highway 57 over the weekend. she was 38. the driver of the car and two other passengers had to be taken to the hospital -- one was airlifted to u-i-h-c. the driver and passenger of the other car also had to be taken to a hospital. police say there's video of the crash from a nearby traffic camera -- that they're looking at. no charges have been filed.
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catches fire. thick smoke could be seen for miles from where it started in cedar falls. police say lost bicycles were stored in the shed -- along with -- a trailer full of police equipment and some larger pieces of evidence in cases -- like cars. the state fire marshal's office is investigating the cause. tune in at five and six for the latest developments in this investigation. post-halloween fun sends two people to the hospital. it happened during an annual delaware. police say the air cannon was about to launch when the trap door separated. the door and other parts were blasted into the air -- hitting a woman in the head and face, and injuring another man. police say both were taken to condition. inmates take over part of a prison. a union representing the prison officers in england called it a "serious incident." extra prison officers from across the country were called
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the officers will deal with it as a riot. a woman is accused by walmart security of lying about her pregnancy -- and accused of stuffing stolen goods down her shirt. this happened in new mexico. the woman says she was shopping in walmart -- and when she was leaving -- she then asked to lift up her shirt to prove she wasn't hiding anything... "i've never heard of this happening before, and how humiliated and embarrassed i me into a room.. the woman says she filed a police report. she also spoke with a manager of that walmart who apologized after watching the surveillance video. walmart issued a statement saying they were sorry-- and they will take decision 2016 -- 25 hours from now, polling places across iowa will open for the 2016 general election. donald trump returning to iowa one last time before election day.
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over the weekend. governor terry branstad and liuetenant governor kim reynolds joining trump on stage -- and trump hinted governor branstad may be getting a post in his administration, if he wins tomorrow. i think nobody knows trade like take care of china. he has done so well, so well for the people of iowa. nobody knows it better. ernst -- referencing she was on his v-p shortlist. he said ernst told him she quote "needed more seasoning" no charges warranted against hillary clinton. f-b-i director james comey sending a letter to congress on the renewed investigation into her emails. he added nearly all the emails found were duplicates of ones already seen by fbi agents -- and the others -- weren't related to government business. clinton not mentioning the news
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focused her speech on uniting pledging hope and optimism. "this election is a moment of or a loose cannon, who could put everything else at risk. clinton's final campaign blitz today includes stops in pittsburgh, western mig midnight rally in north carolina. today -- kwwl will be broadcasting a live decision 2016 special. that will happen at 4-30 this evening -- right before the news at five. the special will highlight hillary clinton and donald trump. a catholic church in san diego hands out a bulletin causing controversy with its political statements. it calls into question the separation of church and state. a bulletin article written by the catholic church pastor suggests
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two weeks ago -- the bulletin said it's a mortal sin to vote democrat. one pastor says the church is overstepping its boundaries. "this is an egregious violation, not only of the separation of church and state, but possibly of the irs code." protesters have been gathering outside the church arguing it's not their place to weigh in on politics. coming up after the break... how other chicago sports teams are supporting the chicago cubs world series victory. and when you see news - or if yo share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to stay up to date on breaking news
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and stormtrack seven meteorologist will be back with your storm track seven day forecast when we return... "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." let's go to storm track seven meteorologist now for yo from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: things will start to cool down across this area starting early this week. however, it will still be mild. highs today will rise into the low 60s with partly cloudy to partly sunny skies. tonight, temperatures will fall into the low to mid 40s. a cold front will track through the
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showers later today and overnight. not much rain is expected ... no more than a few hundredths of an inch. patchy fog is also possible by morning. election day will be dry and sunny. behind the front we'll only warm to the 50s. northwest winds will usher in cooler air. the rest of the week will stay dry with plenty of sunshine into next weekend. a second cold front tracks in late week, bringing temperatures closer to average friday and saturday - the low to mid 50s, with lows in the 30s. things will start to cool down across this area however, it will still be mild. highs today will rise into the low 60s with partly cloudy to partly sunny skies. tonight, temperatures will fall into the low to mid 40s. a cold front will track through the area, bringing the chance of a few light showers later today and overnight. not much rain is expected ... no more than a few hundredths of an inch. patchy fog is also possible by morning. election day will be dry and sunny. behind the front we'll only warm to the 50s. northwest winds will usher in cooler air.
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dry with plenty of sunshine into next weekend. a second cold front tracks in late week, bringing temperatures closer to average friday and saturday - the low to mid 50s, with lows in the 30s. things will start to cool down across this area starting early this week. however, it will still be mild. highs today will rise into the low 60s with partly cloudy to partly sunny skies. tonight, temperatures will fall into the low to mid 40s. a cold front will track through the area, bringing the chance of a few light showers later today and overnighto hundredths of an inch. patchy fog is also possible by morning. election day will be dry and sunny. behind the front we'll only warm to the 50s. northwest winds will usher in cooler air. the rest of the week will stay dry with plenty of sunshine into next weekend. a second cold front tracks in late week, bringing temperatures closer to average friday and
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-- the chicago blackhawks doing some redecorating on the ice to honor the world series champs. some of the players bringing the commissioner's trophy to the game -- the blackhawks ve few times, only fair for them to repay the favor. a tight game for the blackhawks -- they eventually win over the dallas stars in overtime, four to three. coming up... this election season has been full of excitment!! we'll take a look at some of the
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ends meet. local layoffs made that ho many in the cedar valley. as a member of the uaw local 838 and board member of what is now veridian credit union, adams saw an opportunity to bring the two organizations together to fill a need. that became the first of 34 free, annual thanksgiving dinners in waterloo. this year, the 35th mike and leona adams thanksgiving dinner is scheduled for
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the uaw local 838 union hall. "mike and leona's legacy of service- oriented, community leadership is an example for all of us," said veridian's president and ceo monte berg. "where they saw a need, they saw an opportunity to serve. we're honored to continue their tradition." this year, veridian and retirees of the uaw local 838 are planning again to provide more than 1,000 free, meals. although mike and leona have both since passed, many of their family members will serve plates of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, corn, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. an estimated 700 people are expected at the union hall, while the northeast iowa area agency on aging delivers another 350 plates to current meals on wheels recipients. in addition to a free meal,
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check from cedar valley hospice and a free hair cut from clip art corner. free transportation to the event is provided to anyone living in cedar falls, evansdale and waterloo. those in need of transportation should call (319) 236-5600 or sign up here by november 11. an event that benefits so many requires the support of many. local businesses that contribute to the event include: retirees of the uaw local 838; a&p food equipment; anderson erickson dairy; cedar valley hospice; clip art corner; critchett's lowrey organ center; martin bros. distributing
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but there were also plenty of a few laughs. jeanne moos highlights some of the funniest moments some far. 2016 has escalated into laughs. from awkward air kissing to sniffing. nats - (sniff sniff sniff.) to coughing. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) (hillary coughs) "everytime i think about trump i get allergic." the donald's not allergic to kids. he actually signed one, but threatened to re- assign another. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "don't worry about that baby. i love babies." a minute later. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate)" actually i was only kidding, you can get the baby out of here." and then ther eswa mini
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back to them or want to stay with donald trump?" ("trump.") a crowd pleasing answer til you realize mini candidate) "what's your name?" ("name.") and then there was the child-like delight in balloons. nats hill and bill batted and kicked them. (jimmy kimmel/ host, "jimmy kimmel live!" "it seemed like he'd seen balloons for the first time in his life." (hillary big laugh) "i mean look how delighted he is." the donald seemed delighted with his own pronunciation. (donald trump/ (r) presidential says it the other way, it has to be nevaaaaada." (jeanne moos/ cnn national correspondent) "actually donald, wrong! this is right." nats - "nea v dd."a at one rally- (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "get this thing out of here will ya?" trump attacked his teleprompter. nats he publicly humiliated- (donald trump/ (r) preidsneiatl candidate) "like this stupid mic." his microphone. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "stupid mic keeps popping." remember when hillary rked into her mic. nat (barking) and then this happened
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candidate) "this is something... (sound.) what was that? was that a dog? (hillary) uh oh it's hillary." (jeanne moos/ cnn national correspondent) "when it comes to the insect vote, the donald attracts mosquitos." (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "oh there was a mosquito. i don't want mosquitos around me." and hillary appeals to flies. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) "any way he chooses." if only time would fly so we can get relief from the constant buzzing of the candidates. (donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "i don't like
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it's called the mannequin challenge. it seems to be the latest
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and stand for an extended period of time-- mannequin style. even celebs are getting in on the action-- or inaction -- comedian kevin hartnaisd h workout squad busted no moves during a gym workout. and even the pittsburgh steelers froze it up in their locker room. noon. our next newscast is tonight at five.
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>> jennifer: let me get you a different pillow. >> gabi: yeah, and the wool blanket is warmer. >> jj: stop! >> jennifer: i think so too. >> jj: both of you. everything is fine just the way it is. i'm just grateful to be home and out of the hospital. >> jennifer: well, i am grateful that you are home. but i'm still getting you another pillow. >> gabi: and i'm grateful that my boyfriend is still alive and that he's on his w >> jj: come here. >> julie: lying on top of him like that could send him right back to the icu. >> gabi: i, uh... i probably should let you have some time with your family. >> jj: don't go. don't go. >> gabi: i have to go take some things to chad anyway, so i think i'm gonna do that. and i'll be back. just...

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