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good morning, america. this morning, breaking news overnight. the mystery finally solved in the case of a missing, young woman who vanished on her way to work. we'll tell you about the suspect now behind bars. and the clues that led to his arrest. rough ride. for the first time since losing all of his racing titles and millions of dollars in endorsements, the disgraced cyclist lance armstrong, speaking out. >> it's been a difficult couple of weeks. young gun. a 12-year-old girl home alone, follows her mother's advice, and uses the family's .40 glock to shoot a burglar. hear the story and the frightening 911 call.
>> someone's trying to get into the house. and i don't know who they are. and from the sidelines to the headlines. how a high school mascot traded in his furry costume for a helmet and shoulder pads and became the team's star quarterback. good morning, everybody. love this mascot story. this is 16-year-old trent bower, as the klutzy high school mascot. there he is. and after -- this is the after shot. this is him after he convinced the coach to let him play quarterback. last play of the game. the hail mary pass. we're going to show you the results, coming up. >> like a modern-day "rudy." >> i love that. >> love that story. also coming up, just over two weeks until election day. and it's a razor-thin race, that has political watchers considering a tricky question. could we see a repeat of bush/gore in 2000? could mitt romney win the popular vote but lose the
election? they have the third and last debate monday night. >> they're hiring lawyers. binders full of lawyers. also coming up, good news in the extraordinary recovery of the 16-year-old girl shot in the head by the taliban because she wanted to go to school. this is the picture she wants everybody to see this morning. and coming up this morning, there's a story that has ginger zee so despondent she may not be able to bring us the weather this morning. >> justin, it was a 12 great years we spent together. justin timberlake, of course. >> jessica biel will be your arch nemesis. justin timberlake and jessica biel tying the knot in a top-secret ceremony far away from the bright lights of tinseltown. we'll take you inside their star-studded aware. poor ginger. we're going to start with a serious and a very sad story. breaking news overnight. in the mystery of the young
woman who disappeared in oregon on her way to starbucks. police assembling the media overnight. announcing they have solved the mystery of whitney heichel. investigators called this late-night press conference saying they found a body and a suspect. abc's brandi hitt is on the story. brandi, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. that's right. this is what whitney heichel's family and the entire community feared most. and police say the man who murdered whitney was not a stranger. he lived in her apartment complex. after four days of searching, whitney heichel's family got the news they were dreading. >> words can't begin to express the sadness that our families are experiencing tonight. >> reporter: overnight, police in oregon announced they found the 21-year-old's body on march mountain. a 40-minute drive up winding roads from whitney's home. >> detectives of the gresham police department arrested
jonathan daniel holt of gresham, for the aggravated murder of whitney heichel. >> reporter: police say holt lived in the same apartment complex as whitney and her husband and knew the couple. when whitney didn't show up for work tuesday morning at this starbucks, the search began. her ford explorer was found abandoned, with the passenger window smashed and mud on the tires. investigators say whitney's personal items were found in several dumpsters. her license plate was discovered on larch mountain. and they say holt's interview with detectives didn't add up. >> we obtained dna and fingerprints from holt. >> reporter: investigators say they have plenty of evidence linking the 24-year-old to whitney's car. it's a crime that has shaken an entire community, so united behind whitney's family. >> whitney, in many ways, represented all of our wives,
daughters, sisters, friends and loved ones. >> reporter: the question that still remains is why? as of right now, police are not releasing a motive. >> such a tragedy. brandi. thank you. we're going to go to linsey davis, in for ron claiborne. great to see you, linsey. >> great to be here. good morning to all of you. we begin with a deadly bus crash in arizona. the driver was killed and six passengers seriously injured when a tour bus went off the road and into a ravine last night. police believe the driver experienced a medical condition just before the accident. those with serious injuries were flown to a medical center in las vegas. their injuries, fortunately, not life-threatening. great news about the pakistani teenager shot in the head by the taliban for fighting for the right to go to school. we're seeing some of the first pictures of her since she was shot. abc's nick schifrin is live in london. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, linsey.
it is great news. the 15-year-old who became the global icon of courage is out of a coma. she is standing. she's writing. and this is the really hopeful news. doctors believe she's on the road to making a full recovery. the bullet that hit her head didn't go through her skull. she's not out of the woods yet. she needs help to breathe. and she'll be in the hospital for weeks, if not months. a lot of people are pleased by her progress. and she's proving every bit as strong as courageous as a patient, as she was as a student who took on the taliban. linsey? >> thanks for that, nick. new developments in the trial of george zimmerman, the man who shot florida teen trayvon martin. a judge has ruled that zimmerman's defense can search his social media accounts for violent tendencies. zimmerman has pleaded not guilty
to murder, saying he shot martin in self-defense. a sunscreen recall to tell you about this morning because of a fire risk. banana boat sun screen is pulling its spray-on lotion off score shelves. there were reports of people catching fire when someone using the lotion and then near an open flame. anyone who bought the lotion is of course being told not to use it. here's a story that will be near and dear to your heart, bianna, about texas. the symbol of the texas state fair for 60 years has been destroyed. the 52-tall cowboy known as big tex burned down, because of an electrical short in his right boot, leaving behind just a tall, metal frame. this is texas, people. they're promising to rebuild big tex bigger and better. >> every cowboy in texas looks like that. >> sure. and finally, we've seen flash mobs before. but the force is strong with this one. it looked like a trumpet player and a conductor. but it turned into something much bigger. take a look.
♪ that's the wdr symphony orchestra. and of course, they're playing the iconic "star wars" theme song. i was looking for the conductor to have a saber. a little darth vader mask. >> you have a taste for subtly, linsey. >> thank you. we're going to go to disgraced cycling superstar, lance armstrong. stripped of his medals and out of millions in endorsements for his alleged doping. he is speaking out for the first time, appearing at a gala for the charity he once led. abc's neal karlinsky has the story. >> reporter: lance armstrong took the stage in austin to a standing ovation of his most faithful supporters and donors. >> it's been an interesting couple of weeks. it's been a difficult couple of weeks. people say man, how are you
doing? i say i've been better. but i've also been worse. >> reporter: on the heels of perhaps the most epic fall from grace any sporting hero has endured, armstrong addressed his foundation's 15th anniversary celebration, without a sorry, without an explanation, without any of the words so many are desperate to hear. >> this mission is bigger than me. it's bigger than any individual. >> reporter: in many ways, the star-studded event was almost like a good-bye party. coming just as a pile of sponsors, from nike, to trek, have dropped armstrong. and as he announced he is stepping down as chairman of his own foundation. >> he is our founder. and his cancer journey led to this place. to have him here is phenomenal. >> reporter: even among armstrong's most ardent supporters, there's concern. >> it's been a bittersweet time,
i think. but livestrong is going to live strong. >> reporter: the day began with another uncomfortable revelation. armstrong's ex-wife, kristen, who, according to the u.s. anti-doping agency, was allegedly into the drug use, wrote a blog post, damaging by with what it didn't say. there's things i cannot say. his choices were and are his. and mine are mine. and they haven't always been pretty. i'm sorry if this is disappointing to you. at the livestrong event, those hoping to hear an apology were met by the kind of signoff that gives no indication that one is even remotely one is in the works. >> let's have a hell of a good time tonight. >> reporter: for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. >> no apology whatsoever. now, to the race for president, which is quickly
becoming a thorny numbers game. it's "your voice, your vote." only 17 days until the election. and two days until that final debate. and this morning, the latest polls are painting a confusing and ominous picture. could we be heading towards a mixed, muddled outcome that would throw our political system into turmoil? abc's david kerley is at the white house this morning. >> reporter: this morning, the polls are all over the map. mitt romney is leading nationwide. the president is leading in some of the big battleground states. so, are we on the road to where one candidate could win the popular vote and the other win the electoral college? >> we're going to win this november. >> reporter: if you listen to the candidates, romney last night -- >> the obama campaign had become the incredible shrinking campaign. >> reporter: it sounds like a close race. the president with a new attack line. >> he's changing up so much, back-tracking and side-stepping. i think it's called romnesia. >> reporter: how do you explain this?
the latest gallup poll leading by six. even the romney people don't believe that number. >> don't pay attention to just one poll. we don't have that much public data. the campaigns have a lot of information. we don't. >> reporter: we do have new state polls, showing that the president holds the lead in three critical states. iowa, wisconsin and most importantly, ohio, where both candidates are spending a whole lot of time and money. the president with a new ad. >> without president obama's rescue of the auto industry, ohio would have collapsed. >> reporter: if the president can hold those three states, he will win the electoral college, even if mitt romney gets more votes. sound a little retro, like bush/gore 2000. when al gore got more votes but george bush became president. it is not probable, but it is possible again.
>> we absolutely can see a scenario that romney wins the popular vote and president obama wins the electoral college vote. as we know, the electoral college winner is the one who becomes president. >> reporter: just to give you a sense of how close the race is. the newspaper endorsements are starting to come out. down in orlando, in florida, the paper there went for obama four years ago. but now, they're going for romney. but the tampa paper says obama. salt lake city, going for obama instead of romney. it's a close race as we get down to the last couple of weeks. >> david, thank you. for more on this, let's go to senior columnist for "newsweek" and "the bailey beast," john avlon. how likely is a repeat of the 2000 election? how damaging would it be for the country, given how polarized it's become? >> it would be tough because of course it would compound all of the polarization that's in our politics right now. as we know, we've been there before. and this is premature. it is possible. it is still too soon to say.
it's likely. but what we can say for certain, is this is tight. this is a photo finish we're heading to. the poll's all over the place. and it's down to the key battleground states. >> not premature to talk about monday night's debates. it's striking how impactful the debates have been this year. you can see the debate performances in the polls shortly thereafter. monday night's debate, is it likely to have as much impact, given it's a focus on foreign policy and we've had two of these things? >> as you said, this year, answer the question whether debates matter. they do. they really do. and i think this one matters because it's the tiebreaker. romney won the first one going away. really changed the dynamics of this campaign entirely. president obama, strong second debate performance. this is a tiebreaker. it's back to the first debate format. bob schieffer is moderating. and it's on foreign policy. it's what really matters in a presidency. and so, all eyes should be on this. this is what a president does, folks. this is a tumultuous world right now. a lot of tipping points. >> and foreign policy in the
news with what's going on in libya, as well. foreign policy typically a weak spot for democrats. not necessarily in this case, though. >> that's one of the fascinating things for the obama presidency. that's been a strength for president obama because of the killing of osama bin laden, the drawdown of iraq and afghanistan. libya, syria. and all of the storm clouds on the horizon. the key for president obama will say that mitt romney would represent a continuation or a return to the bush-era policies. that were deeply unpopular. that's an argument he has to prosecute. and it does come oddly. democrats in a position of strength on foreign policy. very unusual. >> people paying attention to their words and body language, as well. much more on the race for the white house tomorrow morning on abc's "this week," with george stephanopoulos. join george and diane sawyer for our coverage of the final presidential debate, starting at 9:00 eastern, monday night. >> the tiebreaker debate, monday night.
now, to the story of the 12-year-old girl home alone when a robber broke into her house. she grabbed her mom's gun, called 911. and then, the whole thing played out on tape. now, this girl is telling her story. and abc's mark greenblatt is covering it this morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. this is a story that begins with a 12-year-old girl, who is at home alone. hearing loud sounds of banging at the door. and the glass shattered and her instincts kicked in. home alone. kendra st. clair heard the sounds of an intruder approaching and then breaking into her house. >> i was scared. not knowing what i was going to do next. >> reporter: petrified, her first call was to her mom. >> i said get the gun and get into my closet and call 911. >> reporter: terrified, the sixth grader followed her mom's orders to a tee. >> someone's trying to get in the house and i don't know who they are. >> okay, i want you to stay on the phone with me. >> okay, please. i think they are in the house.
>> reporter: holding a .40 caliber glock like this, kendra's fear only intensified as the intruder headed for the closet. >> please, please, help me. >> you have your mom's gun there? >> yes, i do. i have it in my hands. >> reporter: suddenly, sheer terror as the doorknob to the closet begins to turn. the 12-year-old didn't hesitate and pulled the trigger of the gun for the first time in her life. >> i didn't realize i'd have to shoot somebody. >> reporter: and apparently she's a good shot. she hit 32-year-old stacy jones in the shoulder on her first try. scaring him out of the house. they arrested him just blocks away, charging him with first-degree burglary. >> it's going to change me a lot. knowing i can hold my head up high. mom couldn't be more proud or thankful. >> i think she did something most grown-ups wouldn't be able to do in a frightening situation. i think she handled herself
amazingly. >> reporter: the suspect in this case has not entered a plea yet. but there's no doubt that this story could have turned out a whole lot different had this girl not shown the courage she did. >> thank you, sir. let's check the forecast and ginger zee. hey, ginger. >> last night, there were scattered thunderstorms that did create damage in parts of the northeast. i want to start with a philadelphia video. that's where we found damaging winds that hit a tent and injured a dozen people. it was a raucous night there. things are calming down in the northeast. i have a shot for you from boston we can start with early this morning. also, fog left behind, after record rains in some places, from albany to parts of pennsylvania yesterday. this is why. we have the low-pressure system that's been churning up here in the upper atmosphere. it will continue to drop showers in cleveland, and buffalo. especially in eastern maine. look at new york, drying out at 68. philadelphia, 66. back here at charleston, at 60.
and in chicago, 58. then, our attention turns to the pacific northwest. this is going to be a one-two punch. it starts with the storms here. but some of the more significant snow this season will be dropping in the cascades. 51 seattle. 56. and it's going to come with winds, too. snow plus the wind at lower levels, it will be the rain. i'll leave you with a look at where the warmth is, down in texas and oklahoma.
>> in the next half hour we have beautiful video from fall foliage. i need to show you this photo from one of my twitter followers, brad. i don't know where brad's from. i tried to figure it out this morning. >> it looks like he's from a better planet. >> a colorful planet that is. and salt lake city, a nice one at senate there. looks like a painted sky. send them to me on twitter. in high school, the quarterback is generally the big man on campus. not the experience i had. the mascot, not so much. but one kid in kentucky has managed to make an unimaginable leap. >> and there's hope for you because this kid started the season on the sideline, in a completely different uniform. and now, he's leading his team to victory. abc's john schriffen is here with this inspiring story. >> reporter: this has disney movie written all over it. the last time trent bower played organized football was when he was 10 years old. but decided to quit after taking
a vicious hit. hoping to stay close to sports, last march he became the mascot for the girl's basketball team. but he dreamed of one day getting back on the field as one of the guys. 16-year-old trent bower is the envy of mascots everywhere. making the improbable transformation from a clumsy bulldog to the game-winning high school quarterback, all in a matter of weeks. >> pretty cool. not going to lie. >> this feels like a movie script. you couldn't have written it any better. >> reporter: it started back on august 25th, when the paul lawrence dunbar junior suited up in costume for the first game of the season. >> it's one of my favorite things to do. it's fun to dance around and get the crowd pumped up. >> reporter: seeing his friends out there, he wanted to be on the field, too. so, the next week, he asked the
coach is if he could play. >> i didn't know he was the mascot. if i had known that, i probably wouldn't have stuck him in. >> reporter: coach thomas gave him a shot. and noticed something special in practice. >> he's undersized. but he does have a good arm. my quarterback coach looked at him and i said, look at this guy's arm. >> reporter: bower got to play two weeks ago, scoring two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. his team lost. but trent played so well, he was given a chance to start the next game. playing a rival they hadn't beaten in a decade. >> i went out there. i was really nervous. in the fourth quarter, i settled down a little bit. >> reporter: with just seconds on the clock, his team needing a touchdown for the win, bower put a 50-yard prayer down the field. a magical comeback even his parents couldn't believe. >> my mom broke down in tears. and my dad kept calling me a baby for not playing. >> reporter: bower's team last lost night. but he has the bulldog suit in his closet and will put it back on for basketball season. if this is turned into a movie,
bower wants to be played by will ferrell. >> that's not something i expected to hear. he's a funny guy. good for coach, spotting him out. coming up on the broadcast, justice for jessica. police release a key clue they hope will help them catch a killer. "one dish at a time." after shedding 40 pounds and showing off her bikini body. valerie bertinelli is sharing her family's favorite recipes in a new cookbook. and how did they pull it off? justin and jessica, two of the biggest stars on the planet, getting married in secret. why should our wallets tell us what our favorite color is? every room deserves to look great. and every footstep should tell us we made the right decision. so when we can feel our way through the newest, softest, and most colorful options... ...across every possible price range... ...our budgets won't be picking the style.
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♪ this thing was like a cia operation. two of the world's biggest stars, justin timberlake and jessica biel, able to get married while completely avoiding the paparazzi. we don't have pictures yet. but they released a statement, quote, it's great to be married. which is hopefully true. how did it happen? and how did they keep it private? we'll tell you, coming up. good morning, america. i'm dan harris. >> and i'm bianna golodryga. it's saturday, october 20th. they are a good-looking couple. i'm happy for them. >> ginger zee is crushed. >> i'm telling you, she's wonderful. if anybody had to have him. you're welcome. >> so big of you to give her that.
>> let him go, ginger. also this morning, what's the price of royalty? a look at kate middleton, from head-to-toe, the makeup, the hair, and the clothing. but first, the clue that police hope will crack the case to a murdered girl in colorado. jessica ridgeway w and killed on her way to school earlier this month. police are hoping if they make evidence public, they will have answers. abc's clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: it is a bizarre clue. a small, wooden cross, that police say it belongs to jessica ridgeway's killer. >> it looks like it was cut by hand or by machine. >> reporter: overnight, investigators released new photos of the cross, hoping someone recognizes it. it was found at one of the crime scenes in the case. but police won't say which one because that is information only the killer knows. >> we believe it was left behind or dropped by somebody that was involved and knows information that we're looking for.
>> left intentionally, perhaps? >> it potentially was left intentionally. >> reporter: jessica vanished when she went to school. hundreds of volunteers scoured the area near her colorado home but found no signs of the fifth grader. her backpack was found a few miles away. after that, jessica's dismembered body was discovered in this field. >> we recognize there's a predator at large in our community. >> reporter: police are reexamining an abduction at this lake near jessica's home. a female jogger was grabbed by a man who tried to put a rag over her mouth. the woman got away. >> it was close to where jessica lived and where her body was found. >> reporter: the cross has three distinct marks on one side. and on the other, what looks like the letter "s." >> is that going to lead to the killer and potentially uncover
what information we need to locate this person and get them off the street. >> reporter: now, police are crossing their fingers that this will be the break that leads to justice for jessica. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, westminster, colorado. >> this is such a tense time for that community. thanks to clayton sandell. a lot of other news developing overnight. for that, we're going to turn to abc's linsey davis. in for ron this morning. good morning again. >> good morning, everybody. in the news, a tragic end to the search for 21-year-old oregon woman whitney heichel. police announced last night they found her body. they also arrested a suspect, a man who lived in the same apartment complex as whitney. here's a name you haven't heard for a while. talking about the juice. a nevada judge has agreed to reopen o.j. simpson's armed robbery and kidnapping case. simpson is appealing the ruling, claiming he was badly represented by his lawyers. he's serving 9 to 33 years in prison. surprising findings from a new diabetes study. try to get your mind around this
one. the large federal study was ended early because it found that diet and weight loss did not help prevent heart attacks and strokes in obese people who have type 2 diabetes. and finally, a fish tale with video to prove it. take a look as this 600-pound black marlin jumped into a boat, landing on the crew. it was just a quick hello. the fish jumped right back out of there. i'm out of here. >> exactly. this is not the place for me. >> go back home. >> back to the water. and now, for a check on the weather, we're going to go to ginger zee. >> thanks, linsey. good morning, everybody. we're going to start with the fall foliage. past peak in montana and colorado. i have video to show you to memorialize this part of the year. it's going to be over soon. maybe you're ready for the snow. beautiful shots as the sun comes through there in the denver area.
now, we want to go across the nation and check where the fall foliage is at other places. the great lakes, starting to go past peak. but chicago down to pittsburgh and in the tennessee valley, we're starting to see the colors change. it doesn't happen for the next couple of weeks across much of the nation. i want to check the weather instead of just the trees. it's going to be cooler with the storm i talked about in the first weather, in the pacific northwest. 48 by monday in seattle. san francisco goes from 66 today >> this weather report was brought to you by citibank. ginger does not only the weather this morning.
but she also hangs around with celebrities, including valerie bertinelli. >> i have. meeting her was just great. valerie bertinelli is not only making people laugh in "hot in cleveland." but she put together a cookbook, "one dish at a time." playing off the name of the classic sitcom that made her famous. thank you for being here. we have to start with you looking absolutely fantastic. >> okay, fine. thank you very much. >> a very public weight loss. we have pictures of you in a bathing suit. we can't not show this in television. >> right. >> you look wonderful. >> thank you. >> i was reading through the cookbook, and this isn't a diet book. >> no. there are foods that are healthier choices than others. but that's not how i lead my life any longer. it's not all about diet and saying you can't have something. as long as you don't overindulge in some of these recipes, you're fine. >> aside from love. and that's what the whole key is. >> you can never overindulge in
love. >> you connected love and memories and everything to food. >> yes. that's how i grew up. i grew up watching my mother cook three meals a day. no microwave in the kitchen. my grandmother and my aunt all cooking with natural ingredients. that's how i think love is. that's what i did with my son, too. i was cooking in front of him. >> that's why we have pumpkin pancakes in front of us. >> that's because of my son, wolfie, yes. >> you related to it a hug from wolfie. >> his favorite pie was pumpkin pie. i had leftover pumpkin mix. i threw it in pancakes. >> and he still loves them today. >> i think he does. >> you have a couple of recipes from families, from friends, from your first dinner parties. but also from your ex-mother-in-law. >> mrs. van halen was an amazing cook. she made the most amazing breakfasts and coffee and it was delicious. >> one of my favorite other
things that connect to a lot of us is that we troll the aisles looking for frozen foods. now, you go to the store, or the organic market almost every day. >> right. i like the ingredients to be fresh. if you go on the outside of the market and not the inside aisles, you're probably going to be safe, too. and i like farmer's markets, as well. the fresh vegetables and the things that are fresh on that day that are locally grown, it's always more delicious. >> it's very inspiring. i have to tell you. i need to do a little bit more of that. thank you for being here. pick up valerie's book. you can get it now. and i would recommend it. i'm loving the recipes. >> she's loving the recipes. coming up on "gma," justin timberlake, officially off the market. details of the under-the-radar wedding to jessica biel, coming up next. wedding to jessica biel, coming up next. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada...
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abc's tanya rivero has details. >> reporter: we're still waiting on the pictures. but justin and jessica were so good to keep the nuptials a secret, they themselves were the ones to report it to the press. giving "people" magazine the exclusive scoop on their intimate ceremony. ♪ nobody loves you like i love you ♪ >> reporter: it's official. two of hollywood's hottest stars tied the knot yesterday, in a supersecret ceremony in southern italy. mr. and mrs. timberlake couldn't be happier. telling "people" magazine, it's great to be married. the ceremony was beautiful. and it was so special to be surrounded by our family and friends. earlier this week, justin and jessica began celebrating with close friends and family, at the exclusive borgo egnazia resort in fasano, italy. >> they got married on saturday. >> reporter: jimmy fallon, andy
sandburg and timbaland, some of the a-listers that attended the ceremony. they had a night in a grotto, dining around open fires and on food and wine. but the couple kept mum about the wedding until the last minute. even keeping their guests guessing about the location. >> this is a very special moment for justin and jessica. very intimate. they're a private couple who crave their normalcy. so, the people on this guest list are people really close to them. >> reporter: they're on again/off again dating kept us all guessing. since the night they met at a golden globes after-party seven years ago. but since timberlake put a custom-designed ring on it during a romantic proposal in big sky, montana, the love birds have been inseparable. we're so happy for them. move over brangelina. now that justin and jessica are
married, this red-hot hollywood power couple need a moniker, as well. we were thinking of possibilities. jesstin. what do you think? >> jesstin. >> i'm staying out of this one. ginger was supposed to be in this segment. and she has to be off camera. a broken heart. >> she has been saying that ginger timberlake had a ring to it. >> it does. >> monogrammed towels made and everything. >> thanks, tanya. coming up on "good morning america," how much does it cost to look like kate middleton? from fashion to fitness, we break it all down. to show that eating well can be easy and delicious with jennie-o turkey bacon and sausage cooked thoroughly to 165 definitely very good it's excellent this is delicious makes me want to eat breakfast more it's time for a better breakfast i can't stop eating this make the switch look for jennie-o at a store near you
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let's bring in our entertainment reporter and host of "on the red carpet," rachel smith, joining us from l.a. this morning. hey, rachel. >> hey, guys. the multitalented tyler perry is shedding more than me dee madea's dress for his new movie. he dropped more than 30 pounds. he's on the cover of this month's "men's health." and tells the magazine, he did it through exercise and diet. he also traded foods like biscuits, pancakes and pork chops for chicken and green shakes. perry says now, he walks into a room with a lot more confidence. tim tebow took the sports world by storm last year. and now, he owns the rights to his signature move. tebow is now owner of the term tebowing. that means only tebow can profit off of it. but according to espn, he didn't plan to since it's a prayer. the new york jets star
reportedly just wanted more control over it, after others tried to trademark it. tebow has not scored a touchdown this season. so, there hasn't been a whole lot to tebow about. and the duchess of cambridge has dazzled her way to the top of many of the best-dressed lists. what does it cost to be kate middleton. "vogue" australia did the math. and it doesn't come cheap. kate's biggest expense is fashion. even with all of the recycling of outfits she does. the magazine estimates her clothing bill comes in at $110,000 a year. after that, the biggest bill is for her hair. more than $15,000 to cut and blow it out. add in beauty, makeup, and tanning and the gym. the royal total is $163,000 a year. >> it costs a lot to look good. we'll be right back. it?
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