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11. we begin with breaking news into a deadly stabbing on milwaukee's east side. a man was killed n this morning. we have learned police have made arrests in the case. kim murphy is in the news room with more milwaukee police say two men have been arrested in connection to that homicide. we're still waiting to find out more. police believe the victim and at least one of the suspects knew each other. police say it appears the victim got into an argument before he was stabbed. a 32 year old man died on the scene. it was around 12-40 this morning when the call came in. shortly there
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and red police tape. several police and investigators were on the scene for hours piecing together what happened. again, two men have been arrested. we will be sure to bring you more updates on this story as they become available. and be sure watch for updates on fox6now.com and the fox6 news app. after another morning of dense fog, we're looking mostly to partly sunny for the day. highs will reach the low 80s with moderate humidity. we have a slight chance for isolated showers and storms later this evening, although most of us should stay dry. clouds and patchy fog will move in overnight, with lows in the mid 60s. today: mostly to partly sunny. slight chance of isolated evening showers. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: ne/se
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new information on two serious crashes in milwaukee from over the weekend. police say the driver of a stolen car is to blame for this accident near 76th happened a little after 7:30 yesterday morning. police say the driver of a stolen car was speeding and ran a red light-- colliding with another car. "the cars went to flipping and went to flying everywhere. and this black truck spun around and hit that white car and all i could see was a guy laying on the ground so we ran over there and it was over with." the driver of the stolen car tried to get away-- but was eventually arrested. two of his teenage passengers
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teenagers died in a crash near 35th and keefe. police say the 17-year-old driver crashed into a tree. two of his passengers-- latrey robinson hale and demetrius batchelor junior died at the scene. the driver and another passenger were taken to the hospital-- but are expected to survive. saying goodbye -- a mass is being held right now in jackson, mississippi for two nuns killed last week. this as we learn new information about the suspect in custody. yesterday at least 200 people gathe respects to sisters paula merrill and margaret held. "sister margaret held," grew up in slinger and worked with the school sisters of saint francis in milwaukee. police found the women stabbed to death inside their home. that is where they work as nurse practitioners helping people in rural mississippi. "totally overwhelmed by the support from the community from paula's community from sister margaret's community, from the holmes county ppl who are here, from the church community it's
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reaffirming" over the weekend a 46-year-old rodney sanders was arrested after allegedly confessing to the killing the nuns. sanders was out of prison on probation after being convicted of a d-u-i last year. he was also convicted of armed robbery back in the 1980s. a west allis man accused of going on a multi-county crime spree... was in a sauk county court today. police say zachary hays killed his neighbor back in may. later that day... he's the interstate in a drive-by shooting in sauk county. he was arrested after a shootout with police near madison. hays has already pleaded not guilty in milwaukee county. and has another court hearing on that case next month. expected in court today this afternoon... one of the men accused of sparking the unrest in sherman park. prosecutors say 19-year-old dale folley lit a car on fire in a pick n save parking lot near 18th and national. his preliminary hearing is scheduled for this 1 p-m
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tracked down another one of the suspected looters during the unrest. they say 27-year-old darius saxton was at the o'reilly auto parts store, metro p-c-s and jet beauty. according to court documents-- he denies taking anything from the stores with the exception of lingerie. he faces three counts of burglary. now to a story that you'll only see on fox 6: a 32-year-old man is thanking the new berlin first responders who saved his life. dejuante wade says he was playing basketball in malone park .. cardiac arrest.his fiance and two daughters were with him at the time. officer rick helm hooked up wade to a defibrillator which delivered one shock. the fire department continued with chest compressions and more shocks. i'm just glad officer helm was there because if he hadn't, i wouldn't be here today. you take it personal because i have a daughter and seeing him being a father, being a part of the opportunity to save somebody and give em those extra time with his family it means a lot as an
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he went into cardiac arrest. he now has an i-c-d implant that will help prevent it from happening again. looking ahead --- community members and state officials will be discussing the effectiveness of hate crime laws in wisconsin. the wisconsin advisory committee to the u-s commission on civil rights is holding the meeting. it will be at 1 to 4:30 this afternoon at the hampton inn, in west allis. the committee will look at the r groups and listen to a variety of testimonies. an open forum session will start at 4. and happening later this week --- libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson will make his first campaign stop in wisconsin. in the last marquette university law school poll - johnson got 9 percent support from likely voters. he'll be at serb hall thursday night. we've posted the details on our website fox6 now dot com. a finalized plan on immigration. that is what we can expect from donald trump
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lead-- that's coming up. plus he's making headlines for another controversial reason. what donald trump had to say about a shooting that killed the cousin of an n-b-a star. and bracing for the worst-- how many in florida are bracing for
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donald trump will finally lay out his plans for immigration reform this week. and hillary clinton is trying to lock down a big lead in the polls. doug luzader has more this morning from washington. luzader intro donald trump made immigration reform his signature issue, but it looks like his stance has been shifting. this week, he hopes to clear up the confusion. pkg donald trump's recent may reach some kind of resolution this week. yesterday on twitter he announced he would outline his plan on wednesday during a speech in arizona... but his policy is still unclear -- would he, for instance, still try to deport millions of illegal immigrants? priebus: 9:05:44 his position is going to be tough. his position is going to be fair but his position is going to be humane. nats clinton, meantime, greeting a crowd in the hamptons last night, but largely keeping out of public
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impressive fundraising haul at private events in the area. on friday, she got good news from the state department, which is now trying to delay the release of her schedules as secretary of state until after the election, a move that could stave off potentially problematic disclosures. both candidates, meantime, preparing for their first debate -- now less than a month away. plouffe: 9:28:14 "it is going to be difficult because you're going to have to prepare for many different trumps. well behaved, modest trump. i doubt we'll see that. kind of off the trump who doesn't prepare for anything and apparently based on reports that's how they're doing it." conway: and i think they're nervous over in clinton camp because he is the x -- he's the unpredictable x factor. she is a scripted, staged ph hillary clinton that basically needs to memorize lines.
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airport in california caused panic overnight. officials say reports of gun shots turned out to be just loud noises. there was a partial evacuation of at least one terminal...and a massive search throughout the airport but no gunman was found. during this time - no flights were being allowed to land at the airport. in new orleans - crews continue to search for two men who are missing after a plane crash. divers found the plane wreckage in lake pontchartrain .the plane was headed for an a woman was rescued by a good samaritan. officials say the crash occurred during training exercises. more information is expected to be released today...when the plane is pulled out of the lake. two brothers are arrested after the shooting death of dwyane wade's cousin. derren and darwin sorells -are each facing first degree murder charges. police say both are documented gang members and are on parole for previous gun charges. the incident started with a dispute involving an uber driver. 32-year-old "nykea aldridge" was
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pushing her three-week old child in a stroller. civil rights leaders across the country are saying this murder is indicative of a much larger problem. "it's clear that none of us are safe." aldridge died 45-minutes after the incident on chicago's south side -- her infant was not injured. the baby is being cared for by family members. this shooting caught the attention of the presi shortly after the news - republican nominee donald trump tweeted .. dwyane wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african- americans will vote trump! many have criticized the tweet for it's apparent lack of sensitivity. so then, trump tweeted this. he the softened his stance saying - my condolences to dwyane wade and his family, on the loss of nykea aldridge. they are in my thoughts and prayers.
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to a tropical depression. miami residents are bracing for heavy rains and to be hit by what the national weather service is calling tropical depression 9. the new storm system forming in the florida straits is expected to move into the gulf of mexico. residents are stocking up on sandbags and water levels are being lowered in area canals in anticipation of the storm. toss to weather. check out this morning's fog after another morning of dense fog, we're looking mostly to partly sunny for the day. highs will reach the low 80s with moderate humidity. we have a slight chance for isolated showers and storms later this evening, although most of us should stay dry. clouds and patchy fog will move in overnight, with lows in the mid 60s. a better chance of rain and thunderstorms returns on tuesday with our next cold front.
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the day, it wont be a washout. from there, our temperatures will cool back to the mid and even low 70s. we'll have dry and more fall-like air in place through the end of the week.today: mostly to partly sunny. slight chance of isolated evening showers. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: ne/se 3-7 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. sw 3-5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and humid. scattered storms likely. high: 83 dewpoint: 69 wind: wsw 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 62 high: 75 dewpoint: 59 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 71
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57 high: 74 dewpoint: 55 wind: ese 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 58 high: 77
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the amcast property in cedarburg and it's a new way to apartment hunt in the 3rd ward-- virtual reality. sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters-- let's start with -- on cedarburg land redevelopment: 1. which developer did the city partner with? 2. what are the
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plans? 3. what clean up work is needed? on using vr to market third ward
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the new technology? we are following breaking news this morning after two men are arrested in stabbing. what we now know about
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russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to senator johnson on student loans: ron johnson: it's just kinda free money, young people don't really, necessarily understand finance. narrator: what senator johnson doesn't understand is, more than 800,000 wisconsinites have student loans. but he wants to eliminate federal student loans and keep interest rates high. kinda free money... narrator: with senator johnson, opportunity for middle class kids would disappear. ron johnson's not for students.
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and fly your own plane? you can do that on a smaller scale in west bend. carl has more on the sky ranch
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here's a look at this morning's big stories at 1130. throwing punches-- the race for a u-s senate seat heats up as russ feingold and ron johnson argue over educational issues. plus we are following breaking
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arrests in a fatal stabbing. we are follow breaking news this morning as police investigate a homicide on milwaukee's east side. a man was stabbed to death near brady street overnight. now milwaukee police are releasing new info about arrests in the case. kim murphy joins us live in the news room with the latest developments. milwaukee police confirm two men have been taken into custody in connection with the homicide. it happened just before one near arlington and pulaski... that's a block north of brady street.
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between two people who knew each other lead to the stabbing. a 32 year old milwaukee man died on the scene . shortly there after police arrived and they barricaded the area with yellow and red police tape. several officers and investigators were out here this morning to investigate. the suspect fled the scene. but about 8 hours later police arrested two people. this stabbing is still under investigation. we'll be sure to bring you updates on this story as they become available. and you can also get updates on fox6now. com and the fox6 news app. live in the newsroom i'm kim murphy. after another morning of dense fog, we're looking mostly to partly sunny for the day. highs will reach the low 80s with moderate humidity. we have a slight chance for isolated showers and storms later this evening, although most of us should stay
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overnight, with lows in the mid 60s. today: mostly to partly sunny. slight chance of isolated evening showers. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: ne/se 3-7 mph crashes in milwaukee from over the weekend. police say the driver of a stolen car is to blame for this accident near 76th and mill. it happened a little after 7:30 yesterday morning. police say the driver of a stolen car was speeding and ran a red light-- colliding with another car. "the cars went to flipping and went to flying everywhere. and this black truck spun around and hit that white car and all i could see was a guy laying on the ground so we ran over there and
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the driver of the stolen car tried to get away-- but was eventually arrested. two of his teenage passengers were seriously hurt. and on friday night-- two teenagers died in a crash near 35th and keefe. police say the 17-year-old driver crashed into a tree. two of his passengers-- latrey robinson hale and demetrius batchelor junior died at the scene. the driver and another passenger were taken to the hospital-- but are expected to survive. saying goodbye -- a mass was held today in jackson, nuns killed last week. this as we learn new information about the suspect in custody. yesterday at least 200 people gathered in mississippi to pay respects to sisters paula merrill and margaret held. "sister margaret held," grew up in slinger and worked with the school sisters of saint francis in milwaukee. police found the women stabbed to death inside their home. that is where they work as nurse practitioners helping people in rural mississippi.
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paula's community from sister margaret's community, from the holmes county ppl who are here, from the church community it's just absolutely overwhelming . but so reaffirming" over the weekend a 46-year-old rodney sanders was arrested after allegedly confessing to the killing the nuns. sanders was out of prison on probation after being convicted of a d-u-i last year. he was also convicted of armed robbery back in the 1980s. going on a multi-county crime spree... was in a sauk county court today. police say zachary hays killed his neighbor back in may. later that day... he's accused of killing an illinois woman on the interstate in a drive-by shooting in sauk county. he was arrested after a shootout with police near madison. hays has already pleaded not guilty in milwaukee county. and has another court hearing on that case next month. expected in court today this afternoon... one of the men accused of sparking the unrest in sherman
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lit a car on fire in a pick n save parking lot near 18th and national. his preliminary hearing is scheduled for this 1 p-m today. and milwaukee police have tracked down another one of the suspected looters during the unrest. they say 27-year-old darius saxton was at the o'reilly auto parts store, metro p-c-s and jet beauty. according to court documents-- he denies taking anything from the stores with the exception of lingerie. he faces three counts of burglary. as milwaukee heals from the violence --- there's a new sign of hope coming out of sherman park. this as a negative and they rebuild those businesses.' dozens came together for a surprise 80-th birthday party honoring 'lester staples junior.' staples is co-owner of 'staple brothers hardware,' located at 35-th and burleigh. two weeks ago, stores and businesses around his burned. staple brothers was untouched. the business has been open for 48 years - and the brothers say theyve never seen anything like
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senator lena taylor calls him a 'community leader.' lt 'hes been supportive of the individuals who live in the community, hes hired people - but also the guy you can talk to and get wisdom from.' family members say staples has always helped out in the neighborhood - like giving those in the community who have fallen on hard times deep discounts. he also makes it a priority to hire teens... and teaches them the value of hard work. controversy by saying college professors could be replaced by documentaries normally found on pbs. causing johnson and democrat russ feingold to spar over college costs this past week. political reporter theo keith has more. "from director ken burns"u-s senator ron johnson skewered by democrats for suggesting that ken burns' civil war videos would do a better job teaching students
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of talking about this issue burns himself tweeted, i'm here to support teachers' not replace them.this week, johnson explained. you dont need individual professors for everything - when you find an excellent professor, put them on videotape, and let that person be the lecturer for a host of other individuals. and then let other teachers, other professors, go off of that an expand on that johnson is making "professor pay" an issue against his democratic oppon part of the problem feingold earned 150-thousand dollars as a stanford university professor in 2015. republicans have dressed up as the stanford mascot, a tree, to mock him. i dont know how long those lectures were. an hour? 8,000 per hour? maybe it was 2 hours. 4,000 an hour? it just gives you an indication of why college is so unbelievably expensive fox6 asked feingold if he should've taken less money at stanford -- which is a private, not public, school. he didn't directly answer. this
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terrible problem with people being in debt the most recent marquette poll showed feingold leading johnson by 11 points among people who say they're voting in november, and by 5 points among all registered voters. in the newsroom, theo keith fox 6 news. happening later this week --- libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson will make his first campaign stop in wisconsin. in the last marquette university law school poll johnson got 9 percent support from likely voters. he'll be at serb hall thursday night. website fox6 now dot com. looking ahead --- community members and state officials will be discussing the effectiveness of hate crime laws in wisconsin. the wisconsin advisory committee to the u-s commission on civil rights is holding the meeting. it will be at 1 to 4:30 this afternoon at the hampton inn, in west allis. the committee will look at the formation and activity of hate groups and listen to a variety of testimonies. an open forum session will start at 4.
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rachael will give us look at the week ahead and if we can expect any more fog. ...in the tech report." trt
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feingold: that's my grandfather with a brand new truck. it was one of the first to come out of this plant in 1923. but today, too many good manufacturing jobs are shipped away because of a tax code that actually rewards companies for exporting jobs. let's close the corporate loopholes- that will save taxpayer money and help business create jobs here.
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one passion has taken him around the world. another has allowed him to meet people from around the world. and even though they're completely different passions, they help make up the life of an ozaukee county man. brandon cruz goes beyond the game with his story. "it's a great place to come to work." for 7 years, the rolling hills of long fescue, short fairway grass, and smooth putting greens at erin
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patek's summer office. he walks over it, around it and through it so many times that he's intimately knowledgeable about every aspect of the home of the 2017 u.s. open championship. "that's the best part of this job is people are here because this course is special. and then because you can make it a little more fun because you know make sure you miss much further left than you think. or, take 3 extra clubs because it's more uphill. i mean that helps them enjoy it." "i think knowing 14 green, how fun that green is. or kind of the nuances of the course, i mean all the caddies here have that knowledge. i mean being here a long time, i know doesn't necessarily change a lot, but it's fun." looping for players is a loo rewards. "its very important to understand people and to make sure that im here to help them play golf and to help give them lines and read putts. but, im also here to help them enjoy it. and thats
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about being knowledgeable." but being a caddy isn't the only way he understands and helps people or makes a living. "teaching is a great way to do that because i'm the president and the secretary and the head of hr and everything and i'm the product when it comes to playing the violin." a job he's enjoyed much longer than violin and other string instruments in his hometown of mequon. "it's a question of, kind of creating an income basically. as a freelance musician you have infinite options." "if i pigeon holed myself and said i'm only going to play in an orchestra, i would have to work really, really hard. and i'd have to have the chips fall exactly right when you have those auditions to land a full time position, even be a soloist, that's the next level. or, i can say that i'm a
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abilities." "when you work hard enough, then, those chances, they come around and the chances are teaching and teaching doesn't lead to just more teaching. it leads to performance options. and it leads to playing gigs." and does he play gigs. ever since graduating from the university of wisconsin, patek has worked hard enough and been fortunate enough to play around the world. "i just got to play with the lucerne symphony in lucerne, switzerland. thats where i work mostly as a performer in switzerland." "-so, switzerland, france, germany, ive played in italy. played in spain, the czech republic. and then i just, with the lucerne company, then i got to go to istanbul and croatia for the first time. so, those were also really great experiences." and it's because of the choices he's made that he's been able to live out his passion, which includes playing with one particular organization. "my dream is the milwaukee symphony. i saw them growing up. i've subbed with them a few times and i love it. i'm giddy every time. i would be less excited to play with the new york philharmonic than i am to play with milwaukee because i grew up as a kid. but, it's a question of putting things together to
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fulfillment and it's following a unique path to success. "i think it helps keep me balanced or more balanced than i would be if i just played the violin. and maybe i would be a little better at the violin. maybe i would play more with the milwaukee symphony or more with more prestigious orchestras or people would know my name more as john patek the violinist. but at the same time i feel pretty balanced mentally and spiritually and i feel good about what my life is and this is part o balances the stress and the work of music and then music balances this out. you know if i work here for 20 out of 23 days my shoulders are a little sore. my feet are a little sore and violin can make me forget about all those things." at erin hills, brandon cruz, fox
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in december, patek pa-tick will be playing harry potter with the milwaukee symphony in the violin section and soloing with the concord chamber orchestra in may. if you'd like more information on the 2017 us open, check the links page of our website -- fox 6 now dot com -- or your fox six news mobile app. toss to weather. after another morning of dense fog, we're looking mostly to partly sunny for the day. highs will reach the low 80s with moderate humidity. we have a slight chance for isolated showers and storms later this evening, although most of us should stay dry. clouds and patchy fog will move in overnight, with lows in the
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thunderstorms returns on tuesday with our next cold front. although we'll stay mostly cloudy through the day, it wont be a washout. from there, our temperatures will cool back to the mid and even low 70s. we'll have dry and more fall-like air in place through the end of the sunny. slight chance of isolated evening showers. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: ne/se 3-7 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 66 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and
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wsw 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 62 high: 75 dewpoint: 59 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 71 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 74 dewpoint: 55 wind: ese 5-10 mph saturday: am low: 58 high: 77 dewpoint: 57
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video calling is easy on i-phone but not sm involved. in todays tech report, rich demuro takes a look at an app that hopes to change that. nats... facetime ringing that familiar sound of a facetime
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but on android... users were left out. sure, there are many alternatives... including skype and facebook messenger... but facetime is still king. nats... google duo ringing but that could all change... thanks to a new app from google...called duo. it does just one thing... free video calls... and the app works on both android... and iphone. rich standup on duo here i am right now... on duo... the video is clear... and its really easy to use... so why might this be better than facetime...becausi are using. to start, both users must install the google duo app. its available in apples app store... and google play. to sign up, use your phone number... no google account necessary. then, when you want to make a call, just open the app. contacts already signed up appear at the top... others have an 'invite' next to their name. tap a name to start a call. nats... starting a call now heres the fun part. a feature called knock knock actually shows the person youre calling... a
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make funny faces, or adjust your camera angle. nats... in a video chat there are three big advantages to duo over facetime... first, its free and there is nearly no sign up... second it works with all of your friends, no matter which phone theyre on. and third... youll notice higher quality video chats google says theyve worked hard to make video look great no matter what connection youre on...
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a toddler in louisiana is making a name for herself online! check out her singing the a-b-c's. nats of alphabet song" this is violet ogea .. she's two years old and she's performing her rendition of the alphabet song.her mother says when she was younger.. she would sing songs to violet as she rocked
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today on "the real." -- >> hit the music. the case on undatable joins our panel. >> let's all go out. >> this is daytime television. plus, it's the makeover you won't believe. >> the real with reese is a bermudas. hey, everybody. listen. before we kick off the show. we're here are your girl dina who e-mailed us about getting a much-needed makeover. she's had the same look since elementary school. she's almost 40. we're giving her a makeover in 60 minutes or less. are you excited? >> i'm a little nervous.

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