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this broadcast sponsored by subaru south boulevard and subaru concord. wbtv on your side. newt starts right now. >> kristen: now at 7:00,
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decision to cancel a rally amid a security scare. this morning we will take you to the scene as protesters and supporters clashed. in a few days until the presidential primary in north carolina, many candidates planning stops in and around the queen city. a look at their agendas coming up. a live look at our power doppler radar, we're monitoring changes to the forecast, you see clouds there. lyndsay has all the details for us. two minutes after 7:00 on saturday morning good morning, glad you're here with us i'm crying kristenkristen miranda. >> lyndsay: i'm lyndsay tapases. there have been changes as last night because it is looking like today will be warmer than it looked like yesterday. >> kristen: oh, good. >> lyndsay: at one point yesterday it looked like the front would come through, we would hold in the low 70s but doesn't look like that is the case anymore, still going to be well on the way back in the upper 70s yet again today. touch on the humid side, cloudy
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so despite the clouds and high humidity most of us get through the day rain-free, could feel muggy at times. our rain chance does come up tomorrow, talk about that, more unsettled for the second half of the weekend and details straight ahead in a couple minutes for you. >> kristen: in campaign 2016, a looming deadline for voters in north carolina who want to cast their ballots early. you have until 1:00 to early vote for the primary. if you don't participate in early voting you will have to wait until primary day this coming tuesday. candidates donald trump and hillary clinton continue to lead the two major party in the presidential election. this morning, donald trump is responding to controversy. he says he didn't want to see people get hurt and that is why he called off a rally in chicago last night. protesters clashed with officers and with each other outside the university of illinois after trump postponed the event. the crowd of thousands erupted after the announcement, at least
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you see it there. the crowd spilled in the streets of chicago. some say that postponing the rally was a mistake. >> it is a once in a lifetime experience to see a president-elect and yeah, walk outside and people are yelling at you. >> silencing the speech of so many americans. he he is making people scared to wake up in the morning. >> he dismissed claims he's dividing country. police arrested five people at the event last night. we have put together more video and photos from the cancelled rally, we put them on for you. you can share that link with people on facebook and twitter. check it out. as many of you do head to the polls as early voting wraps up, looking forward to the main event tuesday. bernie sanders addressed a huge crowd yesterday at an auditorium in raleigh. thousands of people came out, a lot couldn't get in because it
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sand deersanders is trailing hillary clinton. she will hold a get out the yvonne on grady cole center. it is open to the public and we will be there to bring you complete coverage. republican candidate ted cruz is set to appear at a rally tomorrow at charlotte motor speedway, at the zmax dragway. carly fiorina is on the list of speakers along with political commentator glenn beck. there are free tickets available but you have to register, and we have put a link on now this morning a local mother killed in a terrible crash driving her child to school will be laid to rest today. kandace helms died after a truck crashed head-on in to her. her two boys were in the car and they had to be taken to the hospital but survived. friends put together a gofundme account for the family and so far, it has raised close to $4,000.
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trust fund that will be used to help pay for the childrens college. people gathered in hickory to remember two people shot and killed outside mcdonald's there. cody watts and richelle lail were killed in the parking lot. friends got together at mountain grove baptist church. >> kindest human being on the planet. would give his shirt for anyone. richelle was a fun kind-heart person. she would tell you like it is. >> catawba county deputies charged eric yount with their murders. the three all knew one another. three people are recovering after an accident involving a cats bus near uptown. it happened last night at wilkinson boulevard and west morehead street. you saw the front of the car mangled. the bus was the sprinter to the airport. three people were taken to the hospital, they are all expected to be okay. in west charlotte, a man on a dirt bike raced to the hospital after he crashed in a
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this is on moore's chapel near kendall drive. the man on the bike is seriously hurt. investigators had part of the road blocked off for hours. at this point, police have mot said if anyone will face charges. we are getting a look at the view from one of charlotte's newest tower in uptown. look yourself the mint museum apartment tower celebrated a topping out ceremony. the building will not get any higher than now but look at that view someone will have of bank of america stadium. that picture taken by our news partners at the charlotte observer, this is a 394 unit, 43-story tower. open to renters in the fall. a beautiful night last night for the return of food truck friday in charlotte's south end. we stopped by look at all the people there. this is the new spot at sycamore brewing behind the atherton mill. will have five food trucks every friday. live music, lots to dripping, alsodrinkdog-friendly. the old spot is being developed
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looking ahead some of the best beer spots in the south end are coming together for 20916 craft crawl. the kick-off to charlotte craft beer week, features six tops, one every two hours. the free event runs from noon until 10:00, you pay for beverages of course, also all day lots of free south end beer swag. bottle openers pint glasses. >> i would like to know the story behind the photo. >> lyndsay: i'm sure it is a great story. >> kristen: joking around having a good time. >> lyndsay: a real big weekend, the st. patrick's day pub crawl which is like 20,000 people are or more. >> kristen: through uptown? going on. today especially and today is the better day that is good.
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not going to be totally sunny, in fact it will be cloudy for most of the day but doesn't look like it will be raining either, 59 outside the metro school in charlotte from our scott clark nissan honda weather net camera, watch the sunrise over the metro school. you can see the cloud cover out there once the sun does come up. again, despite the clouds, really not looking for much in the way of rain. so that is good. 61 in charlotte right now, also 61 in hickory, 59 in monroe, albermarle, 56, same in 58 rather for new salisbury, stateville, 59 morganton, boone at 55 as of the 7:00 a.m. hour. here is the hour-by-hour forecast looks like for this saturday, again, yesterday at this time it was looking like we would hold in the low 70s for today but that changed. now looking like we are going to be once again in the upper 70s for later this afternoon. so taking you to about 72 by 12 noon, 78 by 4:00, around our
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area, with our 30% coverage of showers, so 70% of you will make it through the day dry. showers possible in the mountains, ashe, watauga, avery counties, you hold in the mid 60s for highs. keeping things warm. tomorrow with the increased rain chances, cooler temperatures, more details what the rest of the weekend forecast looks like kristen? >> kristen: more to come on wbtv news saturday morning. so the warmer temperatures are here, time to take the workout. let's play with hula hoops and stuff, nettie and the crew have a work out with hull hoops. i want to see eric's hula
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we'll be back after this. >> kristen: 7:14, product testing with bacon. robert adler is here with ernie's smoke house, brought delicious food. get our work out done now so we don't feel as bad afterwards. >> sounds like you need it before and afterwards. >> whatever, felt nettie. we're working out with hulah hoops. >> i remember being a little girl, my favorite thing was hula hoops in the springtime, take your work out outside if you can. so we're going to start with really fun things to do with the hula hoop. jennifer will start with jump through. you use the hula hoop like a jump rope. doesn't that look fun. you don't have to be short in order to do this. eric can do it, too. >> he can? >> yes, he has to duck his head down. right, right, don't hit your head.
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eric will go in what i call hop and drop squats. drop that hula hoop, hop in, squat and so you travel with this you need to turn around go the other direction. >> okay, good. >> then now jennifer will take us in side hops. just swing it, hold it in one hand swing it back and forth. all right, ain't that great. these are weighted hula hoops. they are three pounds. >> you can get weighted hula hoops? it would work with a regular one you get at wal-mart. >> of course it would. >> i like how this makes your brain work. you have to have a little coordination. >> i'm the queen of coordination. now eric is going in circle plan planks, what would a segment be without a plank?
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he would go full circle, but we're good. so now jennifer is going into our hoop ab thrust. she will thrust her -- working her abdominals. squeeze the lower abdominals in order to get the legs up in the air. she is not just swinging, she is using muscle to lift the legs up. >> that is really hard. >> take the hoop through the legs. that is hard but she is in shape. >> good for her. >> now eric is going in our back and forth crawl, will put that hoop down, will crawl over the hoop without the feet and hands being inside the hoop at same time. that was forward, this is back, back and forth. crawling is a great thing to do to strengthen and tone the entire body. we do a lot of crawls in my functional training.
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specific amount of time or -- >> one minute, all of these one minute or less if you need a break of course always take it. remember to wall up your body before do you any of these, right? >> yep. >> so finally go in our basic hula hoop, i say finally, jennifer hula hooping. i like to place one foot in front of the other. >> because? >> because it gives you more stability with your hips going back and forth. if you put them side-to-side you have to take the body all the way around in a 360, see how she is going back and forth? that is the trick to the hula hoop. keep it going, girl. >> i'm so impressed. >> you make me want to hula hoop! eric is going to do our ab sit up, now, this creates no momentum, you know how you use
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a sit up when you hold on the hula hoop you can't do that. it keeps your form stable and that is what you want what you work the abs. >> you say do each of these things for a minute apiece and two sets? just over 15 minutes you're done. >> you're done. right at home, isn't that amazing? >> yes. good job, guys. >> get your hula hoop, let's do it. >> i'm impressed. do you know how long you can go i can't go that long? >> probably forever. until you stay stop, don't stop. >> eric, keep doing the sit-ups. nettie, thank you. >> you used to tell him he can stop. she changed. >> he will want some of this food. how do if people find you? >> in shape, read my blog. >> with a flourish. >> lyndsay, time to work for the
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>> back in elementary school i won a hula hooping story. true story. impressive. i may have to practice later. a cool shot overuptown, low cloud cover mixing in with the skyline from scott clark nissan honda hd tower cam, some of the rays of sun filtering through a few of the holes in the clouds but making for a pretty start to saturday morning. 61 in charlotte right now, dew points in the upper 50s, humidity started to come up a little bit more and we will feel it a tiny bit on the humid side throughout the course of the day today with the dew points in the upper 50s. nothing showing up on the radar for the time being, cloud cover out there from our power doppler radar, network and the rest of showers off to the southwest. kind of watching these all week. some of this gets in here tomorrow, but not today. today's showers for those of you that may be do pick one up will instead be from the back door cool front, sliding in from the north, drop south across the carolinas and that will be just
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touch off a shower in a couple spots combined with the increase in humidity we have out there for today. you know what, not talking about a lot here, so clouds will be kind of the theme of the day with showers definitely taking a back seat to that because futurecast, this run is drier than the previous runs from this morning. barely showing anything in the way of shower chances through the afternoon. the coverage will hold only around 20 to 30% at best. that means most of us will make it through the day rain-free. despite the clouds that will be with us for most of the day today. then here comes the rain in tomorrow, this is 3:00 tomorrow afternoon, by the late morning, early afternoon hours, periods of rain moving from the southwest, that could be heavy at times through the evening hours of tomorrow. tomorrow is definitely the wetter day, with today not too bad despite the clouds that will be out there for most of the day time hours. 65 in boone for saturday, in the
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foothill, taylorville, 72, 76 back toward lenoir, upper 70s in the charlotte area, going to 78 with the upper 70s to near 80 across the south carolina upstate. don't forget set your clock ahead an hour before you go to bed tonight, daylight saving time begins tomorrow. a wet start, even though that sunset will be pushed back to 7:30 tomorrow evening, probably won't see much of the sun tomorrow with the rain that will keep us in the low 70s. showers and storms in monday, then beyond that, we have a warm stretch again for the middle
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over the last four years a new product injectable medicine like novocaine we put in at the time of the surgery. improves the post-operative recovery. lasts three days, we found that our patients who get the injections take 60% fewer narcotics and are up and about more quickly. we have shortened the recovery phase. >> that is a big part of the concern going in the type of surgery, talking about tuck my tucks and breast lifts, because it is very very painful. >> that is traditionally what people thought. most of the moms had c-sections that say this was easier than c-section. it makes a big difference. >> leafy talk about what le what are moms feeling and start to broach the subject of of the procedures that might make them feel better after they had children. >> after pregnancy a lot of
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women would like to fix that, work hard in the gym, do the hula hooping, everything to get in shape but some things that you can't squish or wish away. and they come in and would like to do these procedures, but then get guilty. when you feel better more effective and you should not be guilty this is the reward for having the kids. >> they feel guilty because they know how much it will cost or this is the new me now? >> mom's are always in the family mode. kids are first and the family. so that is important. they are reluctant to do things for themselves but they should. >> what are the typical procedures you do during what would be a mommy make over. >> during pregnancy breasts can lose volume, get droopy, restore volume with augmentation, do lifts to put the breast back on the chest where they belong to get a little more perky than after pregnancy. sometimes if a patient likes
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lift and it doesn't involve any implants at all. then with tummies, the real key is getting the muscles back together so we anatomically restore them to work more efficiently and remove all the extra skin and can remove the stretch marks. with the new techniques we're using we don't use drains anymore in most cases. >> a lot of women who had the procedures in the past know what that is like many >> they are no fun. without that encumberrance it is easier. >> what is the downtown down time? >> you can do it on a monday and be in car pool the next monday. you're tired and fatigue. having surgery takes a lot out of you. you need help with the kids the first week, but you're starting to resume your normal activity, not completely healed for six months. not back 100% yourself for four to six months but functional. you may want to take a nap with
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but it is not the two and three week length of time it used to be because of that injections, the no drains speeds up the process >> people hear about this think that is great can i afford it. where is the cost and can you do it piece by piece or do it altogether? >> can be done piece by piece. it is nice to be able to do two things together with just one anesthetic. but it can be done together. and generally a depending on patient from $10 to $15,000 perhaps. >> you have to talk to your doctor and see what would you need and the folks at charlotte plastic surgery are a great resource, dr. smith thanks for coming in.
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product test. >> lyndsay: can't wait. product test includes eating. >> kristen: smells good. chicken saltimbocca. >> lyndsay: that is coming up shortly in this block. let's check it out overtown. some breaks in the clouds, little bit of sunlight poking through, looks eery out there this morning. despite the clouds, doesn't look like that wet of a day, so that is good, 61 in charlotte, 61 hickory, upper 50s, gastonia, salisbury, monroe, rock hill, 55 in boone as of the 7:00 hour. we'll be on the way in the upper 70s again today, humid, but rain chances are quite low today, they do come up tomorrow. more on the complete forecast in
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>> kristen: right now, people in louisiana and mississippi are keeping a close eye on rising river water as they try to recover from major flooding in the region. we have been talking about this for days. still a rough situation in mississippi officials say 1000 residents could see homes flooded. in louisiana, more rain is expected to fall today. the rains have already caused severe flooding across louisiana this week. prompting families to evacuate their homes and causing several deaths in the area as well. more than 1000 invited guests paid respect to former first lady nancy reagan at her funeral. michelle obama was there along with former president and first lady george and laura bush. mrs. reagan's two children paid tribute to their mother with love and with honesty. the 94-year-old former first lady passed away sunday at her home in los angeles. she was buried within inches to her husband, ronald, at the presidential library.
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presidential front runner is handing out an apology. activists assailed her for saying nancy reagan started a national conversation about aids in the 1980's. at the time protesters with were struggling to get more help. she made her initial comments in an interview with msnbc during the coverage of the funeral. time to spring in action, daylight saving time upon us, probably going to be harder to taking yourself out of bed tomorrow -- drag yourself out of bed tomorrow, there is the extra hour of sunlight you get to stay outside longer, play ball, take a walk, enjoy the outdoors. time change officially starts tomorrow at 2:00 a.m., also remember, put new batteries in smoke detectors and carbon monoxide, hazard warning radios, 6th. spend time doing that today. 7:34, meteorologist lyndsay
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about it. you get that extra sunlight. that little extra time at the end of the day. >> lyndsay: tomorrow, unfortunately, won't be a very sunny, in fact might be rainy, the first day of the extra hour so we like to be able to take advantage of it better, not going to be quite the case tomorrow but you have plenty of opportunity over the week ahead. sun came up at 6:38, sundown at 6:29, with the time change, 7:36 will be sun up tomorrow and 7:30 will be sundown. for your sunday. there is a live look overuptown t, scott clark nissan honda hd tower cam, talked about, a lot of low clouds cover to start out the morning and the clouds will stay with us for most of the day, maybe breaking in spots toward later this afternoon. 61 in charlotte right now, 59 monroe, rock hill, 58, 59 gastonia. statesville 59, 60 morganton, 55
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today in the charlotte area get back in the upper 70s, another day ahead with well above average temps, will be on the humid side, our shower coverage holds 20 to 30% at best. so despite the clouds and humidity, it does look like most of us stay rain-free. a shower possible in the mountains with temps in the mid 60s, also though the chance is slim with the rain chance coming up for us as we head in tomorrow. more on the complete weekend forecast in the next seven days ahead part of the first alert come up in a few. kristen? >> kristen: we have been smelling this food for a while now, now time to talk about it robert adler from ernie's smoke house, how are you? >> good morning. >> good to see you. this looks like super fun and easy stuff. >> a lot of what i do is family-friendly. everything that i do is on the grill. because it is a flavor factory, right? everything you ever cooked in there gets seasoned and imparts the flavors in the grill. >> i love that.
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what we have are are a couple italian rolls. one a chicken parmesan roll and other chicken saltimbocca roll. no. 1, get yourself a good quality porcelain pizza stone. >> why porcelain? >> ever ceramic one i had breaks. very temperature-sensitive. a lot more brittle than porcelain. it is more durable. i have had this four or five years now. little more expensive but in the end, you don't have to replace it, so it will last. save you money there. >> okay, good. >> pizza peel helps turn it on the grill or a long handled spatula. what we will do is assemble one real quick. go to the favorite dough store, italian provision store, supermarket, in this case, pre make your chicken. veal, any kind of meat, vegetarian you can do that. get vegetables, grill those up,
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in this case the saltimbocca we rolled out the dough. make sure the chicken is back to room temperature, you don't want there. get a layer of prosciutto ham, spinach, parmesan, little bit of mozzarella, little bit of grated and repeat. so we'll go with that. get more prosciutto on top. >> my grandma would be happy. >> more cheese. the dough out. get egg wash around the corners. >> not thin, thin, you have a little bit of thickness to it because it has to hold everything in. >> exactly. >> pull this over. press this down. turn it up and what you can do extra dough is make garlic rolls, whatever you like or save >> yes.
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>> exactly. but tastier. it is family-friendly, get the kids involved in this. >> i love that. >> that will go on the stone. get your grill to 425 degrees for at least 20 minutes. bring it up to temperature. >> before you even put it in. >> before you put it in. i like to score it halfway through, you may so that, score it get olive oil and grated parmesan, that will brown it up. it won't burn. couple of ways to serve it. cut it up in slices where you need fork and knife or you can go if you come home after a long day and want something to eat, there you go. little bit of sauce on the side for dipping. if you want to go with maybe a smaller finger food, you can cut your chicken in strips, make little ones. >> look at you. so you showed saltimbocca, you can do a chicken parm.
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chicken parm and chicken saltimbocca. >> um-hmm. >> i like doing it this way. i have my food in one hand, beverage in the other hand and i'm good to go watching the game during tournament time. >> i love it. so easy to make, you can get on the grill. so good. robert, thank you so much. >> thank you for having me. >> you shared the recipe with us, i believe, yes. >> should be online also little smoker box if you want to get smoke flavor, applewood, some cherry wood, whatever you like, there you go. >> that was yummy. good to see you. >> have a great day.
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>> kristen: 7:44 product testing cast iron bacon press. i have a couple emails on it. we'll read those from people that have used this already. >> lyndsay: i asked you earlier you wouldn't tell me what they said. >> kristen: presses bacon flat, lesless splatter and crispier edges. >> lyndsay: bay kojo nantambu leavebacon can leave amess. dennis doesn't like when we get stuff on the desk. >> kristen: hopefully he's
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>> lyndsay: you want to cut it? >> kristen: why don't you do that while i prepare -- >> lyndsay: i love how you're doing this. that is smart. >> lyndsay: opening our bacon and griddle is hot. all we'll do is put two down just regular on the grid dell and twogriddle withthe bacon press. >> kristen: very good. are those the regular or bacon press? >> lyndsay: whatever your heart desires. >> kristen: put them close together. >> lyndsay: doesn't cover the whole strip. maybe i should have done it the other way. >> kristen: that's all right. >> lyndsay: oh, boy. going to need -- >> kristen: you have bacon hands? >> lyndsay: before i do weather. thank you,. >> kristen: yes, ma'am. >> lyndsay: we'll let this
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we'll see if it is less splat ter, see if -- flat and crisp crispier. >> kristen: all i'm going to do is watch the splatter while you do the weather. >> lyndsay: everyone else has to watch my forecast. >> kristen: this was 7.99 at bed, bags and bed, bath and beyond. >> lyndsay: don't you love the smell? temperatures ranging from near 60, 60 in harrisburg also at 60, 61 cornelius, 57 island lake, 58 belmont, 59 ballantyne. you got extra sound in that bacon sizzling, 60 statesville, 62 morganton, 55 in boone for you as we're come up shortly on the 8:00 hour. oudy sky in place for most of us, radar is dry, we don't have
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as we go forward through the rest of the day today, all things considered, our shower chances are quite low, this latest run of futurecast is drier than the morning runs, which didn't have much on it to begin with. about 20% coverage of showers today at best. other than that, it is going to be cloudy, a little on the muggy side but not overly wet. it printed out a couple of showers northwest of the city during the late afternoon and early time frame, tomorrow will be the wetter day of the weekend. you have anything you want to do outside today you should be okay. tomorrow we start to see true rain move in, not just showers. that moves in from the southwest during the mid to late morning hours, 3:00, some pockets of rain could be heavy during the afternoon and evening hours of tomorrow. today, definitely the better weekend day by far. temperature wise, mid 60s for
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in the low to mid 70s bees, charlotte area in the upper 70s, we hit 81 yesterday, not that warm but well above average with the 78 for us in the charlotte area. and does look like some of you south of the city, across the uptake it counties could reach 80 from pageland toward cheraw and chester, south carolina. lows tonight in the upper 50s to near 60. as we head in the second half of the weekend, more rain with temps in the low 70s for sunday. showers and storms will take us in monday, too, still a little unsettle to start out early next week, then the middle part of the week is dry and warm. we'll be close to that 80 degree mark by next tuesday to wednesday. little tickle in my throat. >> kristen: that excited about the bacon. multiple things happened while you were gone. splatter on this side,
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splatter on that side not every where. >> lyndsay: you ain't lying. look at that on the paper. >> kristen: it get as check mark in the yes box for no splatter or less splatter. also got a tip from roberted aler from ernie's smoke house don't want the bacon to curl as soon as you put it on the griddle, spray it with water. the bacon will not curl. cheaper than 7.9 # for99. joyce said i had one many years and use it to fry pork chops. this is important hold at an angle to let the grease drain. >> susan said i have to have my bacon cooked very thoroughly, i'm on board with that. this is gross to me right now. gross. >> >> lyndsay: it is not done.
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i'm curious to see. >> lyndsay: are we going? >> kristen: tilt it. oh. less splatter, flatter. >> kristen: you can see where the line of demarcation is where it stopped. that is good. it would cook more evenly. >> lyndsay: almost seems that even though it is flatter, not as cooked. >> kristen: you think? i did turn this one over, i didn't turn that over. our producer did this at home with her dad took longer to cook it under the press. >> lyndsay: perhaps my observation was correct. >> kristen: i think that is quite possible. here's her final version. with the press and without. longer with the press than without.
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make a grilled cheese. or panini or something. >> kristen: i think so. >> lyndsay: get more bang for your buck if you used it for other things. >> kristen: i like the less splatter,. >> lyndsay: we got it all over the place. all around. >> kristen: not on that side. >> lyndsay: 7.99, bed bath and beyond. >> kristen: we'll be back after
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>> kristen: 7:54, the big stories we are following to t day. local mother killed in a tear t i believe crash driving her child to school will be laid to rest later today, kandace helms after a truck crashed in her on tuesday. her young boys were in the car, taken to the hospital but survived. friends put together a gofundme account for the family. early voting in the presidential primary in north carolina ends later this afternoon. you have until 1:00 to vote in the primary.
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early voting you have to wait until tuesday. donald trump and hillary clinton lead the two major parties in the presidential election. hillary clinton will be campaigning in charlotte on monday. just before the primary. she holds a get out the vote event on grady cole center starts at 7:30, open to the public, we will bring you complete coverage. republican candy dit ted cruz will happen at a rally tomorrow at charlotte motor speedway area, event at zmax dragway. carly fiorina is on the list of speakers along with political commentator glenn beck. there are free tickets online, you have to register, we put the information on finally, frustrated neighbors use a bit of heavy duty humor to put a stop to a stinky situation. they are tired of people not cleaning up after pets.
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dog dropping that was left on lawns. now there are are close to 300 signs, while they are funny, people living there say they hope they do send a message. that is a lot of signs. >> lyndsay: that is a big pet peeve of mine. >> kristen: pet peeve, get it. >> lyndsay: pun was not intended. >> kristen: really annoying. >> lyndsay: if your own yard, i understand that, but if it is common area, apartments, complexes, i always lived in one. you give responsible dog owners a bad rap when you are not responsible. i know it is gross. but just do it. >> kristen: throw it away, it's over. >> lyndsay: psa for the day. clouds out, 30% shower chance this afternoon, 70% of us will stay dry.
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rain comes in tomorrow, don't forget set the clock ahead an hour before you go to bed. >> thanks for joining us. have a great saturday.real-time closedcaptioning provided byu.s. american workers brought us back from the crash. now, let's move forward. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs,
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