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good morning, america. happening right now the saturday showdown. they're voting in five states today. will it be another trump triumph. >> did you get them out? >> overnight his rally turned ugly. the biggest conservative gathering. >> someone told him megyn kelly was going to be here. >> and hillary clinton tries to extend her lead over bernie sanders sanders. is this his do or die moment? shocking find. the new twist in the infamous o.j. simpson murder case. that knife allegedly found buried in o.j.'s old estate. >> facts of the case remains an open case and that is the case
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>> how it suddenly turned up and the new crucial details, what we're just learning about it now. how armed robbers stole $5 million in gold. their daring highway truck robbery. >> there's a couple of guys that look like they just got their hands zip tied behind their back. >> disabling the drivers in a plot straight out of the movie. and the verdict is rich. the judge on vacation who reeled in a giant lottery jackpot. chartering a jet to claim his winnings. what he did the minute he found out his life was changing forever. hey, good morning. we're going to get to the overnight headline, the o.j. story in a moment but we start here with a big day in a presidential campaign that will probably be talking about for generations. >> that's a good point. there are five states in play today. the democratic side, hillary
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compete in three states for 126 delegates and sanders did fighting an uphill battle after a rough super tuesday. >> on the republican side, 155 delegates up for grabs in four states, these contests come after what may be the wildest week yet in the campaign with the party in open warfare over this man, donald trump. >> and here he is overnight at a rally in louisiana. look at that, holding a mini-me minus the binkie. the establishment trying to derail him. abc's mary bruce in washington, d.c. without the mini-me. hi, mary. >> reporter: hi, good morning. well, thousands of conservatives will gather here today. this conference has been a must attend event for republican presidential candidates, but this morning, donald trump is changing things up once again. overnight chaos at this donald trump rally in new orleans. >> did you get him out? wise guy.
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clashing with protesters. >> get them out. see, in the old days, it wouldn't take so long, folks. we're in a little bit of a different world today. >> reporter: this as trump clash clashes with the republican party. >> millions and millions of people are coming to vote for the republicans and joining the republican party because of me. >> reporter: as republican voters in four states head to the polls, this morning the gop is in a war with itself. >> if he's our nominee, it will split the republican party and it will be the end of the modern conservative movement. >> reporter: the billionaire's rivals and the republican establishment making a last-ditch effort to stop trump as he barrels towards the nomination. >> there is no doubt if we remain divided, donald trump wins. >> joplin kasich predicting there will be no clear winner from the primary season at all suggesting the jop is heading to a contested convention. >> you think it's going to be a
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>> reporter: and this year trump snubbing c-pac canceling his appearance at the last moment amid rumors he was likely to face push-back. his rivals pounced. >> i think somebody told him megyn kelly was going to be here. >> reporter: and this morning there are just four republican candidates left. ben carson announcing he is out. >> you know, there's a lot of people who love me. they just want to vote for me but it's okay. >> reporter: now trump was slated to speak here first thing this morning but instead he'll be campaigning in florida and kansas, one of those four states holding its republican contest later today. paula. >> thanks, mary. we move to the democrats. hillary clinton has a chance to widen her lead today over bernie sanders and he's reminders voters of her inconsistencies and contradictions throughout her political career and abc's david wright outside clinton headquarters in brooklyn with the story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, paula. that's the building right there behind me. clinton's campaign this weekend is actually managing expectations insisting that this
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underdog. this morning, it's do or die for bernie sanders. >> all: bernie, bernie. >> reporter: vermont senator still has huge crowds and getting lots of donations but he also needs to catch up in the delegate count. >> bring your friends and your relatives and your neighbors and your co-workers. >> reporter: 26 delegates are up for grabs in louisiana, nebraska and kansas where bernie stopped at this barber shop to get a trim on the trail. hillary clinton, meanwhile, is taking aim at her republican rivals. bill clinton too. >> the republican presidential i don't know what to call it i guess debate, there were so many insults flying back and forth, it was hard to keep track. >> watching the sixth grade recess fight and i didn't know what to make of that deal last night. i was just speechless. >> reporter: the problem is, the spectacle over on the gop side
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democrats seemingly less energized this year. on super tuesday more than 8.5 million republicans got out to vote compared to fewer than 6 million democrats. now, in addition to the three states today there's also maine coming up tomorrow. 30 more delegates at stake. three out of the four states voting this weekend are actually caucus states and those are tended to favor bernie, dan. >> david wright, thank you. for more on all of this let's bring in abc news political analyst matthew dowd. let's start with the republicans. so trump is now running up against the cpac convention, also mitt romney, also mccain, can he be stopped? >> i think he's right now on a floyd path. he's not inevitable but on a glide path. all is happening by the establishment of the party, a little like wiley e. coyote against the road runner. they keep putting out acme explosives and trump goes over
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anticipate the thing falls and falls on themselves. right now trump is in the driver's seat and today is an important day that ted cruz especially has to win a couple of the states tonight, which he has a possibility of doing to slow any momentum of donald trump. >> do you think we're heading toward a contested convention. >> i think it's 50/50 and i think today will be part of it. if donald trump wins three of four today it's a huge effort but michigan on tuesday is a big state, if donald trump wins that but i think as of today, it's 50/50. >> quickly on the democratic side does bernie sanders have any viable path toward the nomination at this point in your view. >> he is has a path but i don't know how viable it is. at this point he has to win most of the states today. he has to win the states tomorrow and has to win some of the states on tuesday but right now it looks like his campaign is becoming more of a message campaign than a campaign that thinks it actually can win the delegates. >> matt dowd, we love having you here, thank you, man. be sure to watch "world news tonight" for up to the minute
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coverage and, paula, over to you. >> we move on to another big story all of us are following. a knife found at the old o.j. simpson estate is being examined by authorities. was it the knife used in the double murder case in what was called the trial of the century? this is the fascinating new development and our matt gutman is on the scene for us this morning. hi, matt. paula. the lapd is working on gleaning whatever forensic evidence it can from that mud encrusted knife but already investigators are telling us it's probably not the murder weapon. still, its discovery enough to set in motion the o.j. simpson circus once again. it's seemed the first lead in the o.j. sitch case in years. >> described as a knife. >> reporter: a frenzy of interest. >> police say investigators are -- >> testing i knife. >> reportedly found -- >> reporter: the possibly the knife used to murder simpson's ex-wife and her friend ron goldman in 1994 may have finally been found.
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>> reporter: police say a construction worker handed the knife allegedly found buried on the property to an off-duty officer near the simpson estate in the late 1990s. at the time the house was being rebuilt. the retired officer's lawyer says he called the lapd to alert them that he had some sort of evidence but was told the case was closed. >> is this another case of the lapd or an lapd officer mishandling evidence in the o.j. simpson case? >> well, i certainly hope not but it certainly is very concerning to us that a police officer, whether retired or active, would not know to submit and turn in evidence or what is believed to be evidence. >> reporter: what he held on to a souvenir for 18 years likely isn't evidence at all. their initial investigation shows it couldn't be the murder weapon, the knife not matching the details of the crime. investigators who worked intimately on the o.j. simpson case say that over the years
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some of them recovered during reconstruction of this house. still, authorities are testing the knife for possible dna evidence. >> it would be interesting if there were some evidence on that knife that pointed to who might have helped to bury it. >> reporter: the news breaking just as the new fx series "american crime story: the people versus o.j. simpson" is in full swing but 50s too late to slow the tide of tweets and speculation. even if that knife were found to be covered, smeared in o.j. simpson's dna there is only one person who couldn't be put on trial for those murders. o.j. simpson. that would be double jeopardy being put on charge or being charged with i a crime he's already been acquitted of. >> o.j. is serving time on an un unrelated crime and he is
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we want to dig deeper with former fbi special agent brad garrett in washington. brad, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> as you heard matt's piece authorities saying this is very likely not the knife that killed nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman. are we saying there's still evidence on it. >> absolutely. >> there could be dna, hairs and fiber that could be linked to the victims, to o.j., to someone else. so despite the fact the knife may not be the correct size, you still have to go through the forensic testing. >> so they're going through that forensic testing. let's say there is no dna evidence on it. so what are the other markers they will be looking at? >> well, first of all, you need to track the knife. came from? possession? where was it found on the property and feed to have someone look at the knife o.j. property has been there a long
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follow the trail of where was it found on the property and what are the circumstances as to how the officer got it? >> all right, brad garrett. want to thank you for your insight. so many are fascinated by this development this morning. thanks for joining us. >> a lot of other news this morning, as well. for that as always we get it over to dr. ron claiborne. good morning, sir. >> good morning to you, dan and paula. rachel, good morning, everyone. we begin with new details on what might be on that locked iphone belonging to one of the san bernardino shooters. this district attorney in that area of southern california says the phone belonged to syed farook, could have information about a possible third shooter and also a -- pose a cyberthreat, apple, excuse me, in a battle with the fbi refusing to create software to unlock it. farook and his wife killed 14 people in that terror attack. new developments in the flint, michigan, water crisis. construction crews have begun digging up the first pipes blamed for leaking lead in drinking water. they're looking to replace pipes
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neighborhoods where the household is most at risk. the city of 100,000 under a federal state of emergency. new details about the whereabouts of drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman after escaping a mexican prison. according to a published report quoting his daughter he entered the u.s. twice while he was on the run visiting her in her home in california. the drug kingpin was recaptured in january. amazing. and the tennis world has lost a legend. bud collins has died. mr. tennis as he was known launched his career at the "boston globe" and became a fixture on television including espn known for his colorful commentary and even his colorful pants. collins was elected to the international tennis hall of fame in 1994. he was 86 years of age. and two adventurers had to be rescued from the icy waters off alaska because of dangerous weather. a coast guard helicopter swooping in to get the two british men to safety.
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cross the bering strait. again. finally animals at the l.a. zoo captured on camera. google installing cameras with sensors that snap a photo any time they come within 18 inches of a lens. you can check it out. these snapshots at zoogle selfies. i'm wearing this dark blue tie to recognize march is national colon cancer awareness month pointed out by a viewer of the name of elaine neukom. >> why didn't you tell us about it? >> i didn't know you had one. i call him the undertaker. >> my wardrobe says >> dark blue tomorrow. >> i'm on it. >> thank you, ron. we move to sports reporter erin andrews and her emotional courtroom battle. closing arguments heard yesterday. this case is now in the hands of the jury.
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stalker for $75 million over that secretly recorded nude video that was posted online and eva pilgrim has been following it from nashville where deliberations are set to begin. hi, eva. >> reporter: good morning, paula. a jury of seven women and five men will soon decide who is to blame for a naked video of erin andrews that went viral online and if she is entitled to any money for what happened. closing arguments in the erin andrews case, lawyers disagreeing on the damage done to her after that secretly recorded naked video went viral. >> significant injury. what is the damage that has been sustained and has pay increased. what is it you compensate the person for? >> don't they get it. not a significant injury? trial? >> reporter: andrews suing her stalker michael barrett as well as the owners and managers of that nashville marriott for $75
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it easy for barrett to get a room next door to hers so he could shoot video of her getting out of the shower. >> barrett couldn't have done it without the negligence of the nashville marriott. >> reporter: the jury will soon have to decide whether barrett and the nashville marriott should pay for what she has gone through and if so, how much. >> if she wins this case as ugly as it sounds, these jurors will have to put a dollar value on her emotional pain and suffering. >> this could have been stopped. the nashville marriott could have just called me. putting this man requesting next to you, they could have stopped it. >> reporter: the verdict in this case will send a message to both hotels and those who stay in them. >> there's no question that if there was an enormous verdict here that the hotel and the management group had to pay, that it would send a serious message that you better be careful. >> reporter: now, the jury has
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they will return to begin deliberations on monday at 9:00 a.m. dan. >> all right, eva, thank you. let's check the weather now and meteorologist indra petersons. good morning, indra. >> good morning, big story setting up out west talking about the atmospheric river. what does that mean, tons of moisture expected to move into the west coast. just take a look at the line of storms that will be funneli funneling into the area. we're going to be watching as tons of advisories. any doubt, watch that beach erosion, huge threat, surf up to 15 feet. here's the key, raining right now and a series of storms will be moving in, not one, but one, two, three that will continue to bring all that heavy rain so the threat for mud slides in the region but even with all of this, los angeles still 7 inches below the average for this time of year, it is not going to be making a depth for the brought conditions just yet but i have to end on a good note finally a huge pattern shift out there. notice where it's coal and where it's warm like it's been all
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some great news. just a little teaser you guys. you may love me by the middle of the work. >> we already love you. >> temperatures going up. >> i was going to say we already love you. >> everybody else but ron. ron will love me by the end of the week. >> just lie every now and then, okay? it's all right. >> i do. >> ron's motto, you can always do better. >> perfect. >> i got to ask, when was the last time you went fishing? >> i was like 5 i caught a fluke and called it good. >> it was a fluke. >> quite literally. >> all about the pan fish.
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a fishing trip to florida turned into a vacation of a lifetime shocked to hear he was holding on to a powerball ticket worth more than $290 million. that was not a fluke. rachel smith here with more on his big payday and tell you why rachel is here in a moment. let's hear more about this. >> yes, first up a quick pit stop for some ice and $10 in lotto tickets on the way home from vacation made one pennsylvania man and his two friends, $291 million richer. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: this morning, a retired judge is celebrating the biggest catch of his life. the pennsylvania judge on vacation fishing in the florida keys. took the bait and bought a lotto ticket to split with a couple of friends back home. james stocklas, 67, soon discovered he reeled in the winning ticket in the powerball jackpot. >> $291.4 million. >> he stopped in this convenience store for some ice
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>> i got goose bumps. >> reporter: the judge kept the ticket and headed home. while he was there at his favorite diner, he realized his ticket was a winner. >> everybody in the restaurant right now, the breakfast is on me i'm a millionaire. >> reporter: his next monable decision was to immediately charter a private jet and fly back to florida, only this time with the two friends who share the winnings. >> wonder what it would feel like to hit a big lottery winning because i never win nothing and, well, i found out today. >> reporter: opting for the cash lump sum they'll each get about $40 million. so cool. but check it out, the judge's brother also claimed powerball winnings that day, just not as big. he took home a whopping $7. >> so close. >> so close. >> but stocklas fills in on the bench at the courtroom back home and says he plans on returning next month. >> you'll be filling in for
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that's because sara, everybody, is at the hospital. she's getting ready to have her little baby boy and should it surprise any of us that she facetimed us this morning and periscoped. >> i know. >> this is her talking to me and dan. >> she's not having the baby at this moment. >> not yet. >> she periscoped last night. she's had her epidural so she's feeling very comfortable. dan was giving her sage advice in that one photo. what were you telling her? >> i can't remember what i said. >> i think he asked her, are you pregnant. >> i might have said that. it probably wasn't the most helpful thing to say. >> she did laugh. >> i've been in the room while somebody else -- >> a cheerleader. >> also so close. >> being told we have to move on. so, coming up here on "gma," crook, look at this, they overtook a van filled with gold. it was a daring heist, a plat right out of the movies. we'll show you how they did it. >> in the road trying to flag people down to call the police. >> plus, the abc news fixer on
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welcome back to "gma." on an election day in america, primaries and caucuses today for both republicans and democrats. hillary clinton and bernie sanders duking it out in three states. the republicans, meanwhile, looking to add delegates in four states. also right now a new twist in the infamous o.j. simpson murder case. investigators are now telling abc news the knife allegedly found in o.j. simpson's former estate is probably not a match. simpson, ho is serving time for an unrelated conviction was acquitted in the murders of his ex-wife nicole brown simpson and ron goldman eligible for parole next year. high schools across the country getting ready to sit
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the s.a.t. exam. this is the first time in more than a decade that college entrance tests have changed their format. the new exam focuses more on what the students are learning in school, less on brain teasers and just talking about the a.c.t., the s.a.t. takes me back to a bad place. >> our best wishes to all those kids. also sending our best wishes to somebody you may have heard of. her name is sara haines and looks like her baby eager to make an appearance, a few days before he's due, sara true to form keeping up updated. here she is periscoping from the hospital. check it out. >> so, max will -- max will -- oh, gosh, okay, that one was a contraction. max will be going home to take care of my girl. >> max she's referring to is the baby daddy and -- >> the husband. >> thus far everybody is going smoothly.
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>> good luck, sara. we can't wait to hole the little baby. >> breathe, breathe. >> thank you, ron. >> lamaze advice from ron who's fathered many children. moving on to an entirely different note, some wild new details coming in about a brazen gold heist that really looks like south carolina out of a movie. >> robbers using gadgets and gizmos to steal almost $5 million in gold. abc's gloria riviera joins us with details. >> reporter: investigators say it took a gang of thieves a year to plan a sophisticated attack on an armored truck carrying solid gold bars. the drivers had guns on them for protection but the robbers in costume pretending to be highway police striking in the dead of night making off with an absolute fortune and almost getting away with it all. >> the guys came and robbed them. >> reporter: it was the highway heist that stumped authorities. after three alleged robbers
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bars from this tractor trailer last march. >> they were the guards that were robbed? >> apparently. >> reporter: but now a break in the case. the fbi revealing a confidential informant spilled the details of just how the robbers pulled it off reporting the suspects allegedly rigged the tractor trailer with a gps tracker to trail the armored truck on i-95 from miami to north carolina. >> he says they're hauling high value stuff. >> reporter: also reportedly installing and using a remote control to fill the truck's cab with pepper spray forcing the sickened drivers to pull off the highway. >> there's a couple of guys that look like they got their hands zip tied behind hair backs. >> reporter: they tied the victims' hands behind their backs before forcing them into the roads. >> trying to flag people down to call the police. >> reporter: the suspects unloading 275 pounds of gold bars from the truck.
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this week the fbi arresting 46-year-old alberto perez for his alleged involvement. >> fbi, everybody coming in. >> reporter: federal agents raiding perez's suburban miami home wednesday morning recovering 40 silver coins believed to be stolen from the tractor trailer, even finding $600 in cash in the oven. the manhunt is still on for two more suspects. the fbi offering a $25,000 reward. perez is facing federal robbery and firearm charges and how did this break? how did they all break? greed and carelessness. an acquaintance trying to pawn one of those solid gold bars to a refinery where an off-duty cop happened to be working tipping off the fbi. >> it's tough to pawn those gold bars. >> tough to pawn. >> don't ask me how i know. i'm just kidding. >> i was beginning to wonder, dan. thank you. we want to turn things over to indra and, indra, you say we can print it.
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it's like 80 and 90 degrees from here on out. >> i don't know if i'd go that far. it is time not only for sara to have her baby but finally temperatures are going up. keep an eye on what it looks like on the east coast. we saw 40s today. >> that weather was brought to you by petsmart. doesn't that sound good, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 8 0s. >> 90s. >> baby steps. summer. >> you're basically saying winter is over not so many words.
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>> we have selective hearing. >> i'm just nervous someone is wrong. >> here's what's coming up, the abc news fixer putting thousands of dollars back in one couple's pockets after they ran into some pretty big tax problems. how she did it after the break. a programming note for all of you. a big night of nba action tonight, the rockets taking on the chicago bulls at 8:30 eastern time right here on abc, we're going to be right back. lowe's presents wow, they're so it's like they were made
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welcome back, everyone. a lot of people dread doing their own taxes so they pack up their files, shoe box, shopping bag and then head straight to a tax prep service. we should remind everybody 41 days from today tax day. >> that's a great way to tart your day. many of those places, many of the companies you go to with all that tax stuff offer money back guarantees in case of mistakes but here's the question. what if you run into trouble getting them to honor their word? that's when you call the abc news fixer. >> reporter: steve and adrianna rahaul of boca raton, florida, would rather be out in the sunshine. >> we love it. >> reporter: than stressing over
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>> where everybody hibernates to. >> reporter: steve and adrianna have used a local h&r block office to file their taxes. h&r block guarantees if they make an error on your return they will refund any penalties and interest and for an extra $40 they purchased a peace of mind plan which promises to pay some of the extra taxes you might owe because of an error. responsibility. >> reporter: sure enough steve and adrianna got bad news, they were being audited. >> we've never been audited in our life. >> reporter: the irs determined that the couple's returns were miscalculated for two years and demanding more than $17,000 in back taxes and penalties but, remember, they had that h&r block guarantee so they called their tax preparer about a refund. >> every time i called it was the same thing. it's pending headquarters. can you tell me anything else, no, we can't. >> reporter: after five months no refund. so they made a calculated move and called in the abc news
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our fixer and her team did the math. checking out that h&r block guarantee and extra protection the rahals bought and took it straight to h&r block's corporate offices but the company came through with not only an apology for the taxing experience, they said this was a complicated situation to resolve, but also a refund of $9,800, the maximum steve and adrianna were entitled to. >> it's fixed. thank you, abc news fixer. >> they're toasting you stephanie zimmermann. stephanie is the fixer. she joins us from chicago. first, how often do errors occur on these tax returns? >> yeah, well, you know, dan, consumer groups have done tests and have found error rates of 25% or more in their taxes. >> what can a consumer do? >> well, you know, most states actually don't require any kind of special competency or training to be a tax preparer. so you really need to check the
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welcome back, everyone. when it comes to kids, vacation can be more stressful than fun. joining us meredith rollins. saw -- first and foremost, welcome. what do we do? >> you want to make sure you're not packing all of your kids' things in one suitcase. a bag gets lost or delayed. have some of their toys and clothes in your bag just in case and also when you're on the plane make sure you have gum because takeoff and landing, you don't want their ears popping. >> gum or suckers. i pack all of our stuff in one. good to know from here on out and i no he a little research can go a long way. efforts. >> if you're going to be traveling in the middle of the week for spring break check into mew seems and figure out what time they will be open. you don't want to get there and find out it's not open. figure out there there is a 4-hour pharmacy close to the
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you wake up at midnight. your kid has a fever. you want to know where it go. >> what about when you are he at the destination. what kind of advice. >> have snacks in your bag. sometimes my kid can't find anything on the kids' menu to eat. have something for them. if you go to a zoo or amusement park put them in a bright baseball cap. that way you can spot them instantly. >> we should have all worn bright orange shirts because the kids kept getting lost. a lot of times you need's a vacation from the vacation. coming on my next very indication. >> i would love to. >> thanks for joining us. coming up in "pop news," what moved this baby to tears? we'll tell you. e wondering what a good deal looks like... no. seriously? we'll give it a 6 for composition.
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as explained before, rachel filling in for sara because sara is in the middle of something pressing like having a baby. >> a little labor. so awesome. congratulations, sara. this one in particular is for you, young lady. moms-to-be everywhere. spotify the music streaming service teamed up with new york gynecologist jacques morris releasing a birthing playlist to help moms through the push. some songs on that list david bowie's queen's "under pressure." >> that's a rather dubious one. "fruits of my labor" and coming in at number one pearl jam's "just breathe." he suggests moms start with a slow mellow song and save the high-tempo ones for the final push. >> i put some on that were too sappy and honestly like sobbing and in tears because i was so emotional so i would advise you don't put any that are like -- >> hormones. >> the hormones will be kicking. >> hopefully sara has good tunes to listen to today.
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parents shouldn't come as any surprise that alicia keys' 5-year-old son egypt is a musical prodigy. so good he produced a segment of a song called "untitled 7" and playing the intro to it. >> yeah. >> wow. >> forget about nap time. he has skills way beyond his years. like in the video on instagram you can see him just getting into it. >> comes by it honestly. >> dan posted a video of his son with the recorder last week. how are you feeling about that now? >> not -- well, my son is only 1 but he can play a recorder. play might be a strong word. yeah. >> i love it. >> finally a video to give you the feel goods this morning. take a look at this precious little baby boy who is moved to tears by his mom singing the
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father." it's who i am it's who i am it's who i am >> oh, how can you not be moved by that beautiful voice? sgl >> he has food on his chin. >> he doesn't have indigestion. >> it happens. >> tell him you want a song. >> you know, i think sara's phone first call for a baby-sitter will to you, uncle ron. >> i'm available, sara. wherever you are. i'm available. >> we do want to say that -- we believe sara will be watching, right? because she's periscoping. she's facetiming and watching tv. sara -- >> texting. >> she texted us saying it's getting real. we just want to say, sara, we love you. you were meant to do this, honey. we cannot wait to hold that little baby. >> absolutely.
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>> oh, yeah, the baby daddy. >> max. >> you're going to be a great dad, max. >> he will be a great dad, sara, we are pulling for you. can't wait to meet that baby. thank you, everybody, for watching. we'll be back here tomorrow with more news and high jinks and don't forget "world news tonight" with all the election returns.
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kentucky... it's your turn! everything you need to know about the very first ever kentucky caucus. 2 people shot overnight, one fattaly.it happened in the
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apart person is shot overnight in the west end.how that person is doing and who police are looking for this morning. good morning tri state weekend starts right now , good morning tri state...i'm timyka artist...and i'm jason adams expect isolated rain/snow showers this morning, with a few more showers this afternoon. skies will remain mostly cloudy to overcast with highs in the mid-40s. tonight, showers will clear, and skies will remain mostly cloudy. lows will fall into the low
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breaking overnight...two shootings in the west end just hours apart.police confirming one of those was fatal.now both shootings happening at the intersection of derrick turn-bow and linn street. street.the first taking place just before midnight.that person was shot in the leg and was taken to u-c medical center, but we are not sure of his condition.and just hours later at 2:30 another person

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