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Mar 4, 2016 4:00am EST
friends with brown. her georgia home in january of 2014. she died months later. >>> in china, a massive sand storm is causing problems. check out the line of sand. strong winds whipped up the dirt. visibility was down to 60 feet. in parts of northwest china. many communities cancelled school, train service was shut down and police were stopping big trucks and asking them to get off the. >>> big changes are under way at target. the retailer is switching the focus on digital. a plan is in the works to change the online shopping experience. they want to give you a way to shop online and pick up your items at the store. target is also planning to add more organic items in the grocery section. >>> get ready to pack your bags. disney cruise wants to help you make more memories. they plan on adding two new ships to the fleets. it will showcase family story telling. they are expected to set sail by 2021 and 2023. we don't know yet where they will sail. >>> boeing wants to make using the bathroom while flying more pleasant for us, it is creating a self cleaning lavatory. they use ultraviolet lig
Feb 15, 2016 4:00am EST
new year holiday in china. the stocks initially fell, but the hit was met with a surge in gold shares. the nikkei closing slightly up. >>> think about this. you're at the grocery store, and you hear a mother yelling to her young daughter to steal chocolate, and then the kid stuffs it in her jacket, do you mind your own business and keep walking or say something? we will look at difficult ethical dilemma later on the today show. >> what would you do? >> you have to tell someone to someone. maybe tell the manager. >> reporter: more than 60 couples are waking up marry this morning in largo after the 10th annual children's botanical gardens. some came from outside of the sunshine state to exchange >> it's gorgeous. >>> it's monday, and it will be hard to get out of bed. we have your weather and minutes. >> plus -- >> and part of the $1 billion huge expansion project here at tampa international airport expected to be completed this week. >>> 4:28. time for weather and traffic on the 8s, and emoji man will get the day, ahead of the best rain chance tomorrow morning, and ahead of that
Feb 10, 2016 4:00am EST
morning, china reports its first case of the zika virus involving a man who recently visited venezuela. in the meantime, florida received an important weapon against the mosquito-borne virus. the test is for pregnant women and new mothers. it will tell them if they ever had the zika virus. >>> well today people magazine will include a story of a bay area family dealing with the same disorder caused by zika. we introduced you to barry wilson and his brother darrell. he live in st. petersburg. darrell suffers from the condition. he's had it for years. and barry has worked to raise and now he has succeeded in taking it worldwide. >> we are meant to do this. just knowing that he is getting a purpose and i'm getting one, it feels good. >> the new people magazine comes out today. >>> happening today, royal caribbean's anthem of the seas is scheduled to dock in new jersey. the passengers on the cruiseship endured all of this, huge wave, rough sea, hurricane- force winds even. we have been following this story all week. they hit the rough weather while sailing here to florida but the
Feb 18, 2016 4:00am EST
always >>> apple just launched its smart phone-based pay system, apple pay in china. in 2014 and has since spread to great britain and canada. card holders can make payments from apple devices and it's saved me at mcdonald's but i didn't have my wallet. it comes in handy the sometimes. >>> starting in april, panasonic corporation is recognizing same-sex marriages in employment policies. they want to provide same-sex couples the same benefits as other couples. the company is based in japan and although same-sex marriage is not recognized in japan, a handful of local districts allow couples to register their unions there. >>> released a study showing that 25 million card holders have not changed their go-to credit card in at least 10 years. you could be missing out on huge rewards like sign-up bonuses and oddly enough, rewards are american's favorite credit card features. >> my husband changes our cards all the time. we fly free all the time. >> when you can use them. >> because sometimes they put the road blocks there. >>> weather and traffic on the 8s is three minutes
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