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her boyfriend to tears. >> such an extremely kind gesture but begin with the harsh winter weather refusing to go away. even though it's officially spring now ginger zee is here with the detailing. here we go again, ginger. >> again. this happened in kansas city twice for two big snowstorms and that's the target next. first denver and what it did there. let's start in denver, they had more than five inches. you saw the soccer game at the top of the show. lots of snow coming down. denver formal for march. they get a lot of snow in march. not normal to track east and go through kansas, illinois, ohio and for the northeast right along the coast it's going to be one of those sloppy mixes. let's see how much we're talking about. this takes us through monday at 8:00 a.m. and that 4 to 8-inch area. kansas city, just in st. louis, indianapolis, making it a little more. could be a hore 'tissic
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snowstorm for illinois and indiana for how late and heavy. severe weather from jackson to dallas. isolated tornado, hail, damaging winds all the way through northern florida and that's where we find super heavy rain. could see flooding rains from tallahassee to jacksonville. if you can imagine i have more coming up in the nation's weather but for now dan. to breaking news on capitol hill. the u.s. senate pulling a rare all-nighter passing a budget deal for the first time in four years with tax hikes and budget cuts. it sounds reasonably constructive but is it less than meets the eye? abc's reena ninan is in washington this morning. what's the real story here. >> reporter: dan, you would think progress but really not really. no republican senator voted in favor of this budget. and the republican controlled house has their own very different plan. it's against the new taxes in the current senate plan and also calls for more spending cuts. the truth is neither budget plan will ever be put in and despite all that, the senate leaders sounded optimistic.
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>> i know everyone is exhausted and you may not feel it at the moment, but this is one of the senate's finest days in recent years. >> hard to understand why he sounds so optimistic calling this one of the finest days. there's another cliff looming. can you tell us about that? >> reporter: the senate and house will have to reconcile their differences. if not, surprise, there will be another showdown likely in august over the debt limit. >> your government at work. ladies and gentlemen. reena ninan, thank you for your majoritying. a lot of other news breaking overnight and for that back to our resident skeptic, ron claiborne. >> i don't know why you say that, dan. anyway, good morning, everyone. we begin with an historic meeting in italy. pope meeting pope or former pope. the new pope francis is having lunch with his predecessor pope benedict at the papal residence in castel gandolfo, the first
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time a meeting like this has taken place in possibly 600 years. that is the last time a pope resigned. benedict will eventually live in a monastery inside the vatican. president obama is wrapping up the first overseas trip in jordan. the president is visiting jordan's most popular tourist attraction, the fabled ancient city of petra. he is worried about extremists if assad is overthrown and will keep plugging away in hopes of restarting peace talks between israel and the palestinians. and lawmakers in north dakota have passed what could lead to the most restricted abortion law in the nation. they passed a resolution that says life begins at conception essentially banning all abortions. voters will next decide next year if they want to add that to the state constitution. if it were to pass that law would almost trigger a lengthy legal battle. police were asking for help trying to find this gunman
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firing into a chinese restaurant earlier this week. the workers inside managed to fight back keeping the man from entering the store while dodging imagine this bullets. three wounded. none of the injuries is considered life-threatening and now to that storm that ginger was telling us about. that wreaked havoc at a soccer game in colorado. the u.s. and costa rica played through a blizzard for their world cup qualifying game. the americans in their camouflage uniforms in white were hard to see and official has to use a bright yellow and purple ball. the players and fans could follow what was going on in the game which is considered calling the game but decided to play on. >> where we were going to go early and then just take it back. the play with the conditions and the snow, all the way up to your ankles. it was difficult to see anything but we got the game done with. >> rough conditions there but the u.s. ended up winning that
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game 1-0 or 1-nil as they say in europe. one of the biggest upsets, number two georgetown stunned by 15 seeded florida gulf coast, 78-69, listen, i never heard of them but they exist and beat georgetown. they do exist, here's evidence of it. only ti only the seventh time a 15 seed beat a number two seed. not one of those brackets is perfect today. >> on fire after that game last night. >> florida gulf. >> congrats to them. good luck the next round. >> thanks, ron. well, we turn now to a freak accident. an airport in alabama. a young boy was killed and four others injured when they were pinned under a huge sign weighing hundreds of pounds. no one sees sure how it
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happened. ty hernandez. >> reporter: the burset family was on their way home. they are still in birmingham praying for their mom heather burset and they are mourning the loss of 10-year-old luke. stunned fellow travelers rushed to the aid of heather and four of her children. pinned beneath this 300-pound flight status board on friday. after the display which took seven men to lift back up toppled over. its frayed wires yanked straight from the wall. >> you heard a lot of screams and people running, mostly screams from the victims, the mother was sh knock. the kids were crying. >> reporter: rescue workers transported them to a nearby hospital. heather bur set in critical condition and serious injuries to her daughter and three sons. 10-year-old luke was declared dead shortly after arriving at children's of alabama hospital leaving many travelers here saddened and stunned. >> it would be very hard to
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believe that something like this would actually happen in an airport. you would think they would be more safe. >> reporter: one samaritan told them the massive block didn't seem to be securely fastened to the wall. >> we didn't see any mounting brackets. all we saw was -- all i saw was construction adhesive. >> reporter: airport officials are searching for answers. >> we're going through the facility to take precautions to prevent any future incidences from happening. >> reporter: well, the airport has since removed that display from the terminal while they investigate and the meantime, a twitter account belonging to anna burset has been tweeting updates and says her two survivors brothers will be okay and suffering a concussion and broken bones and the mom, heather, is scheduled for more surgery on sunday. dan and bianna, back to you. >> we wish them well. big health news. in a wake-up call about salt. a new study says salt plays a role in the deaths of 2.3
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million people around the world. >> 10% is linked to eating too much salt and we turn to this doctor for more. we spend so much focusing on the dangers of sugar. now these studies indicate salt could be deadlier. how alarmed are you? >> i'm concerned. i'm definitely concerned. as you can see here on the left, this represents how much salt the average american takes in in their diet, 3400 milligrams roughly. compared to the american heart association recommended amount which is 1500 milligrams, so we're eating far pore salt in our diets than we should and it's been linked to high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and stroke. >> we know the usual suspects, potato chips, french fries. what are the surprising sorts of salt in our diet and what should we eat instead? >> most surprising there is a large amount of salt in both
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bread and cheese. so we consume a lot of them. we should be wary of that instead focus on fresh fruits and vegetables. >> a lot of people say i like my bread and cheese. >> sure, everything in moderation. as long as we're conscious, health conscious food label readers, look at the label on our foods and buy prepackaged foods and see the sodium content. keep it below those. >> these studies suggest three out of four prepackaged foods for toddlers was too much as well. >> again, reading food labels is so important. some foods contain as much as 600 milligrams of salt. >> the addiction starts -- i'm feeding my son i want to put salt on his food, no, no, we're not going to do that quite so soon.
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but these are alarming figures. now to something slightly lester phiing. high hopes for tonight's powerball drawing. jackpot at $320 million and gio benitez is out buying tickets this morning. good morning to you, sir. >> reporter: good morning, dan. it is exciting. you said it. here you see it, $320 million and that jackpot could grow before tonight's drawing. this morning, with so many people rushing to buy a powerball tick, winning the jackpot may seem like an impossible dream. >> this is a lucky ticket. >> reporter: or is it? you might have a better shot than nailing the perfect march madness brack, a 1 in 9.2 quin tilli och tillin chance. better than march madness. if you're willing to settle for the paltry sum of a million dollars, it's just 1 in 5
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million. would you be happy just taking the million? >> yes, i will. >> reporter: just here in new york, look at how many people became instant millionaires with that kind of money, seven just in the past three months. across the country, powerball paid out $2.4 billion in 2012. and not all of it is squandered on sports car and mansions. >> god blessed us with this. and for some reason he put it in our hands. i think to make sure that it goes to the right things. >> reporter: like the hills would just last month pledged to use part of their 136 million in winnings to pay for a new fire station, ball field and more in their hometown of camden, missouri. >> we're going going to reap the benefits of their good fortune. >> reporter: what would you do with the money? >> i would definitely donate to organizations, several of them. >> reporter: so you would be one of the people -- >> i would be one of the people doing something good. >> reporter: and so there are a lot of people wanting to do
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something good but a lot of people are also quite hopeful but you know what, i think this is the winning ticket right here and, bianna, it's all ours. >> yeah, the two of us. i'm your favorite here, right, gio? >> reporter: so let's see. >> good luck to you. okay. well, it's probably safe to say that at some point in our lives we've dreamt about taking a break and i'm getting away from it all. how about this? an old cold war bomb shelter for sale being built as the ultimate man cave. for a cool half a million dollars it's all yours. john schriffen takes us inside. >> reporter: this real estate broker says it's not what's on the surface but below that counts. >> you could have your theater room or antique car storage. >> reporter: the nearly 8,000 square foot room was built by at&t in the late '60s as a bomb shelter in south florida. today, murph i sees it as a
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survivalist's dream home. >> two intake air shafts. >> reporter: while the pictures aren't so pretty, a little imagination and elbow grease could go a long way. picture sprucing up this room with a pool table. bar and entertain nament center. stockpiling this with your prized video games or ultimate stash of your favorite snacks and best of all, using this space for your batmobile. well, more likely your sweet sports car. >> you got to love the button. it looks like a science fiction movie set in here. with 30 inches of concrete protection and generators enough to power a small city it's practical too, murphy says. >> reporter: for those in need of decking out a doomsday pad, the vivos group -- >> we'll get here. >> reporter: -- turned bunkers
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like this into survivalist shelters like this. the type he envisions, priced to move at just $500,000. >> the ideal buyer will be somebody not faint of heart or light of wallet. >> i don't know. it might cost another half a million dollars to renovate that thing. >> if i won the lottery i might be doing something else with the money. over to ginger zee for another look at the weather. she said she had more bad news. >> i sure do. smile and make it better. i have something first that was cool. did you see it last night? a meteor in the sky from d.c. to philadelphia, reports were coming in. there it is from delaware. so that's through and social media was going nuts. if you got them, please do send them to me at twitter or facebook. now, here's that bad news i promised with a big smile. all the cold air, stlas's right is going to settle in.
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we're talking about in the center of the nation. 26 in chicago, new york city right above the freezing mark too, washington, d.c., not much warmer and we're saying where is spring? well, a very small sliver of spring/almost summer in part of the country in the southwest. los angeles will be 72, phoenix, 76. midland, texas, a real toasty, 77. look at laredo, take a little trip down there. 94 degrees. just a little peek of heat. across the nation to give you an idea what's happening elsewhere around the nation, remember, the severe weather threat along the gulf coast. portland, 52, the snow moves east into kansas city tonight and heavy rain, tampa, 830. i guess we could go there but it would be rainy.
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>> no matter where you look, snow, snow, snow, it has been such a snowy march. i wanted to share a couple photos. go to facebook. you can find me at and nice pictures here from debbie and she just -- it can be nice, guys, the snow and all of the cold. >> yes, at some point you're right. >> it could get old. >> do you are know where there's spring? >> i do. it's laredo, texas. >> and houston.
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>> the biggest smile, everybody with big smiles. >> really? nobody delivers bad news like ginger. >> yes. >> thank you, ginger, appreciate it. we have a simple story of kindness that made a military couple go viral with more than 2 million likes. >> an anonymous vet made a gesture of generosity to a woman whose boyfriend is deployed in afghanistan. what a great story. >> awesome story. good morning, one of those random acts of kindness you can't help but to be moved by. one soldier showing the loved ones of another respect and compassion. all through a very simple gesture that has gotten plenty of notice. it was just a routine trip to this duncan dough news in arlington, massachusetts, but samantha ford ended up leaving with something far warmer than coffee. >> it took a while to take it all in, but i was definitely very emotional. >> reporter: tuck eed under the
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windshield had this message. >> take your hero out to dinner when he comes home. thank you both for serving. >> reporter: the generous good-heared soldier had seen a bumper sticker on her car that read half of my heart is in afghanistan. >> i know my girlfriend is going through a hard time being at home without me and to have something like that happen to her just made me very, very happy. >> we talk to her quite often, and she's -- i think she's just been very strong through it all. >> reporter: samantha's boyfriend stationed in afghanistan since september and is not allowed to say when he's headed home. but even a world away, the gesture lifted his spirits. >> i was happy but then again i had tears in my eyes just because to know there's still good people out there that do good things. >> reporter: they posted a picture of the note and the money on facebook within nearly 2 million people liked it and more than 200,000 have shared the image. >> i don't think the military gets enough recognition, so, you
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know, seeing this and knowing that people get it and people do support them, it's a pretty amazing feeling. >> you don't see it every day but a lot of people do respect veterans and the soldiers and what they're doing over here. >> reporter: they came forward as a way of simply thanking a stranger who understands what they're going through and cared enough to snow how it. >> this story getting through, i would love to take him out to dinner when i got home. >> there is a facebook page called our deployment 101 where military families can share their thoughts and also offer encouragement to each other but if that doesn't make your saturday morning, i don't know what will. >> we're covering his face because he's special ops. >> we couldn't give too many details out but he didn't want his identity out there. >> doing stuff work. i'm glad the story went viral. what a great story.
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>> coming up here on the broadcast, is this possibly the worst date ever? the guy who went way, way too far to impress his date. three-word hint for you, fake knife fight. >> you can't make this stuff up. also ahead, tall terror. a giraffe attacks a jeep full of tourists on safari. what caused the rare rampage? and puppy love. the first family's dog getting a marriage proposal. the video's gone viral. >> he's all grown up. ♪ i think i wanna marry you ♪ dis... ♪ po... ♪ sition ♪ like no one's... google -- great men named alfie? great men named kevin? ♪ ...watching you ♪ a moment ♪ a love, a dream...
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we put out the call for the perfect "gma" look-alikes. >> i want to have lunch with the george stephanopoulos look-alike. >> seeing double on abc.
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radio for help. >> maybe now is the point to radio for help. you think it's rhinos and lions to worry about on safari. look at this. a giraffe. what provoked that animal? how did it end? we'll tell you. i'm dan harris. >> i'm bianna golodryga. i didn't snow they could run that fast. good morning, everyone, saturday, march 23rd, also after a lot of guessing, britney spears is finally going public with her new boyfriend. we'll tell you about the new mystery man. >> notice we didn't show his picture. a tease we call it. robert redford is suiting up for the next big screen chapter in a comic book franchise. which one is it. we'll tell you coming up in pop news. >> really a legend. we'll begin with a legendary story of its own. and in who has gone out an a bad first date, this takes the cake. >> he set up a scary attack, come to the rescue and be even
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seen as a knight in shining armor. tanya rivero is here with the story. >> reporter: one arkansas man must have been suffering from spring fever if he thought what he planned was a good idea. at least it was a date she'll never forget. briann said it began nicely enough at this trail down a local nature center but quickly went downhill when they are date jeffrey siegel began texting furiously. >> i told him i wanted to go back to the truck. >> reporter: if the texting was annoying what happened next was downright terrifying. >> somebody attacked me and a frie -- >> i heard the leafs rustle. this is like actually happening. the guys comes at us.
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>> she took off running. >> i went off this cliff area and i had caught some rocks at the bottom. i couldn't see very well. >> reporter: she managed to call the police on her cell. >> somebody attacked you? >> yes, please hurry. >> reporter: as they arrived siegel emerged from the woods with a cut on his arm and chest. according to the jonesboro police report, siegel's wounds were suspiciously shallow and during questioning, siegel finally admitted he had staged the attack in an attempt to impress her. he told police he never intended it to go this far. it just really got out of hand very fast. as for the girl, she says her dates with him are one and done. >> i easily could have broken something going off the cliff so i was definitely very upset. impress somebody with the good stuff you can do. have a good job, have a good
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education. >> we reached out to siegel but so far no response. the jonesboro police say they decided not to charge him with a crime since he admitted to being behind the fake attack but he is still in the dog house with coots. she says she will never speak to him again. >> okay, so clearly not going to be a member of mensa. isn't it flattering on some level? >> she said flowers. >> that's not flattering at all. >> stick to the tried and true. >> i doubt he will be the next bachelor -- >> you wouldn't be? >> i would be angrier than she is. thanks. now to ron claiborne for a look at the other stories. what? >> for the record, that is not the worst first date ever. >> oh. >> for the record. i will say no more than that. good morning, america. in the news, america, the democrat controlled senate pushed through its first budget in four years early this morning after pulling an all-nighter.
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it calls for tax increases and budget cuts and sets up a showdown with the gop that majority house which passed a different plan. faa is closing 149 air traffic control towers at small airports around the country. the closures part of those automatic budget cuts that went into effect march 1st. it will not force any airports to shut down. one pilot didn't need a control tower making an emergency landing in san diego. he managed to put his plane down on a highway after experiencing engine thoubl. it only shut down one lane of traffic. finally, the miami heat have extended the second longest winning streak in nba history. the heat won their 25th straight game last night knocking off the pistons of detroit. probably ginger's team, i'm guessing. now eight wins away from the lakers' record of 33 wins in a row. time now for the weather and over to the aforementioned ginger zee. >> you guessed correctly. go, pistons. let's talk about the rain
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and thunderstorms happening in atlanta and will be on and off throughout the day. heavy thunderstorms reported at the airport earlier this morning and we're seeing again some heftier rain, most of the severe storms forecast to stay just south and along the gulf coast. along the stationary front that will ride here through jackson, tallahassee, remember, gets into that heavy rain later tonight and tomorrow too. it's not going to go away, wet and stormy system for much of the southeast, nashville get ready for some and temperatures not all that warm. speaking of that, we're talking cold and cold not only settling in but sticking. look at all this cold air filters in and stays. places like chicago should be 50 for an average high, 39 today. stays in the upper 30s, d.c. should be closer to 60, in the 50s or 40s. that's a look at the big picture.
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>> this weather report brought to you by party city. so pistons, what do you guys like? >> i can't think about anything except for ron's worst first date of all time. >> i want to hear more. >> i will ahe do a whole series, believe me. >> ron claiborne, international man of mystery, thank you, ron. >> you're welcome. >> the most interesting man in the world. >> you're right. >> coming up on "good morning america" -- safari scare caught on camera. what happened when a normally gentle giraffe went on an attack. new role for robert redford. what superhero franchise is he about to join? [ male announcer ] when it comes to the financial obstacles
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this is not exactly what you'd expect while on safari looking at frightening footage of a giraffe on the attack against a group of tourists. >> pretty rare. i've been to africa. you don't really see giraffes freaking out this way. all caught on camera. nick schifrin is ovo1ñ in with the story. hey, nick.
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>> reporter: hey, this is no tall tale. they're usually the gentlest of giants but there's one giraffe willing to stick his neck out if you're driving by him in a jeep. it started as the perfect safari photo-op. up close with one of nature's most majestic creatures. >> we said, oh, that's nice and everybody was so excited. >> behind you. >> reporter: but then, uh-oh. the giraffe starts moving closer. the driver pulls away. >> maybe now is the point to radio for help. >> reporter: but the jeep picks up speed so does the giraffe, all 13 feet, 2 1/2 tons of him. he sideswipes the jeep. watch again as that crushes the side mirror coming off. a run-in uncomfortable reminiscent to "jurassic park's" t-rex encounter. close encounters with the giraffe was taken by rainer.
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>> some of those scenes, looking into the car and trying to butt at the people. >> reporter: eventually they got away. and back at camp, silka inspected the damage. did you ever think you'd be attacked by a giraffe? >> they look so cute. never in my mind did i think they could do something like this. that annal was just crazy. >> reporter: actually turns out these graceful creatures are often fierce. look and listen to this discovery channel footage from its series "africa." those necks are 500 pounds each. this was filmed by dave. >> people tend to think of giraffes as nice, docile, sweet animals and they generally are but they're designed for fighting. >> reporter: these guys found that out the hard way.
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>> okay, so you never guess what they're calling this area now. giraffic park. he has a hormonal imbalance and they found out safari is not a petting zoo. >> we didn't know we needed a little bell. i learned a lot. nat geo. christian bale has a new role. you won't believe what he looks like. "pop news" after a quick break. and "multiple choice," come to walgreens for help finding the one that's right for you... like centrum silver. now, buy one, get one half off with balance rewards card. at the corner of happy and healthy. for over 30 years. and it's now the most doctor recommended, the most preferred and among the most studied.
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>> we all know that -- two things will happen. ron will start -- >> he is out of control. >> and what will magically appear. rachel smith. >> nice to see you again. so let's kick things off with some potentially marvelous casting news. robert redford is in talks to take on his first comic book film, captain america, the winter soldier. it may lead him in a leadership spot with nick fury played by samuel l. jackson, april 2014. how crazy is that casting news? >> very crazy. >> yeah, from indy to main street. so can you say holy smoke, batman? christian bale was spotted on the new of a david o. russell sporting a beer belly and quite the combover. check it out.
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well, it's basically a far cry from the caped crusader. he's usually dropping pounds like he did for "the fire," another movie directed by russell shedding 30 pounds for that part. >> great actor. >> he does a great comb-over too. >> that's one fierce one. >> what was that -- >> that is cray. >> britney spears has better luck with date than our fellow partner in crime here. the 31-year-old, mother of two, was snapped leaving an l.a. mall with david. she was first spotted with the law office associate on valentine's day and comes romance after breaking off her engagement co-conservator jason tr traywick. seems happy.
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if you thought high school students who sent out that youtube video to kate upton. he may have been outdone by a dog. actually a golden doodle named ramona proposing marriage to first dog bo. among her dreams of becoming the first dog. they're trying to raise awareness for their fund-raising efforts but bo was invited to serve as a marshal for an event in may. unfortunately, though, for ma mona no word from bo or the white house. a white house wedding? >> she's a republican dog. the two can unite. >> finally. finally. >> by the way when you're in new york it's pronounced dawg. >> be a gent. >> the next fiscal cliff. >> thank you for cheering in
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now, before we go, one more plea to bo obama. please meet ramona. >> she's so beautiful. >> she's gorgeous. >> talks to george stephanopoulos on the show tomorrow. thank you for watching abc. we're always online at
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good morning, even. i'm katie par dual low. let's start off with a quick first look at the weather. >> it is nice and clear outside. we have a north wind so no fog at all. we will be talking about another bright, sunny, mild to warm afternoon. temperatures this morning due to the clear sky are quite chilly. talking lower 40s around the way and the cooler locks in the north bay. we are also looking at lower 50s. so today with more sunshine, we will have a nice not only saturday, but the weekend before we introduce some changes our way and they include more clouds, maybe some rain. we will see. we will talk about it a little later. >> thank you. >> breaking news in san francisco. list are on the scene at a shooting at a nightclub. kira klapper is live at rich and townsend street. kira, how many people are hurt? >> as far as we know right now, three men were hurt. one is in critical condition,
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the a two are expected to be okay. they were shot and taken to the hospital to be treated. we have video from right after the shooting. it appeared about 1:15 this morning as you mentioned at rich and townsend. 330 rich nightclub. a couple of blocks from at&t park. one victim, again, is in critical condition, but the other two victims are experiencing nonlife-threatening injuries. witnesses here tell me it started as a big fight. shots in the air inside the club. pandemonium as people were trying to get out and then another round of screams and shots. the gun fight went into the parking lot. shots were fired into cars. at least 30 to 40 gunshots witnesses tell me they heard. they say it was really scary. there was just putter panic across town send and rich streets. there have been surveillance videos uncovered here on rich and townsend. authorities are looking into those to find out witness information, information on those shooters,


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