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that is on overlook road and deer run drive. that is just around the corner from the station, actually. asheville firefighters saying there are slick roads all over asheville. in fact, one of our floor directors says that he hit a slick spot right around where this car is overturned. so, be careful out on the roads today. >>zack: i know we have already gotten a phone call in from the buncombe county e. o. c., a few other callers have also been -- viewers have called in saying the slick roads are all around, freezing temperatures right now. that's the reason for it. we have the wet roadways from some of the rain yesterday, continued overnight. we are going to dry things up this morning, but they are heading out in the early morning we are you can thatting fog and the slick spots so we just want to make sure that we keep everyone safe and take our time to any[8l\"#t cv2 it's looking a little snowy at times, not today, it will clear
bring in sunshine and brighter conditions. but, snow is going to be returning as we head into the overnight hours bringing us into sunday morning. going to be a quick-moving system. not a lot of impact to be speaking of. we want to show you who will see some of the flakes. once that pass through, chilly, chilly temperatures. we will let you know how far we drop. all coming in your skywatch forecast. >>evan: our top story,2 officers were hit by a woman fleeing a traffic stop in west asheville. police say they got a larceny call from the kmart on patton avenue around 9:30 last night. when an officer stopped the vehicle near baker drive in west asheville, the passenger got out and ran. officers say when the driver, katrina diane robinson, tried to flee in her car, she struck two officers. robinson. neither officer was seriously injured. she now faces multiple charges, including larceny and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon on a government official. also new this morning, one person is dead in the upstate in
furman university. south carolina highway patrol says the driver was in a honda pilot suv going eastbound on point set highway around 11 p.m. it crossed two lanes of traffic and then hit a tree. the driver was not wearing a seat belt according to authorities and died on the scene. the identity of the driver has not yet been released. texas senator ted cruz made a pit stop in the upstate on his way back to iowa after the gop debate in north charleston. he spoke for about 45 minutes on a range of topics including what he would do in his first day in office. he made several jokes aimed at democrats and also discussed how strong the republican presidential candidate field is. with north carolina being a christian school, much of the discussion was about faith and religious freedom. to the delight of many people in the crowd. >> i think his heart is in it. i think he has the aptitude for it. he has the youth. he has the vigor. he has the endurance.
to go and ren ready to run the country. >>evan: cruz called for a call to get out and vote and pray. lindsay graham is throwing support between jeb bush. the south carolina senator cropped out of the race last month and says he believes bush has the backs of america's troops. >> clearly, without hesitation, without any doubt, that jeb bush is ready on day one to be a commander in chief, worthy of the sacrifices of the 1% who have been fighting this war. >>evan: donald trump reacted on twitter to the endorsement. he said, quote, senator lindsay graham has embarrassed himself with his failed run for president and further embarrasses himself with the endorsement of bush." >> the democrats will face off for the first time in 2016 tomorrow night at 9 p.m. he will gath inform charleston for their fourth debate. gun control, expected to be a
tomorrow's debate is the last democrat face-off before the iowa caucuses on february 1st. those are the first in the nominating process. a fairview man has been indicted for murder in the overdose death of a woman. austin white is facing second degree murder charges for the august 2014 death of zoey petersen. the indictment says white was the person who distributed the drugs. he has not been arrested, so if you see him, call police. at least a half dozen people claim to have been defrauded by a candler contractor. marshal adams spears is charged with felony obtaining property by false pretense and failure to work after being paid, which is a misdemeanor. melissa case says she was a victim. she said she paid spears more than $2,000 to put in a deck, windows and roof. but after she paid part of the money up front, he did a few hours of work and then never finished the job. >> it's upsetting because you don't think that people really
and he knew our situation. he knew that we didn't have a lot. he knew that we were living paycheck to paycheck. >>evan: the attorney for marshal, excuse me, the attorney for marshal spears saying his client maintains inknow sense and looks forward to his day in court which is january 29th. police arrest two teenagers after a chase involving a moped. buncombe county deputies started the chase around 12:45 yesterday afternoon on hendersonville road. school resource officer tried to pull over that moped. later, asheville and fletcher police joined in the chase. the teens were arrested about an hour later at the corner of old airport road in fletcher. no word yet on why they were being chased. police in the south american country of belize are investigating the murder of a u.s. journalist who was on vacation. ann sweeney was an executive producer at our affiliate abc 7 in chicago. she was vacationing in a popular
they found her body in a river. the person of interest is in custody, but they caution that he is not a suspect. also new this morning, it's one of the fbi's most wanted fugitives. now in a colorado jail. federal agents arrested milo mason after staking him out at a hotel in denver. mason is responsible for a pneumober of violent bank robberies and shootings in colorado last november. he faces attempted murder, robbery, attempted kidnapping and assault charges. the fbi added mason to its ten most wanted list last month. today marks the 25th anniversary of the start of operation desert storm, which was launched after iraq invaded kuwait in 1991. coalition forces drove iraqi troops out but saddam hussein was not taken out of power until the second gulf war. governor pat mccrory announced the state of north carolina is using money donated by kuwait to build a traveling memorial to
gulf war. >> the issue of guns in america is the focus of a "your voice, your future" national town hall on tuesday. the hour-long round table ( ) discussion will look at gun violence and the debate over gun control. we will stream the event on-line starting at 7:00 on wlos.com, we will also carry the town hall on digital channel 13.3. that's known as antenna t.v. on cable. got to be careful outside today, zack? >>zack: we have reports, actually, of the bridge around the hot spot on leicester highway, to be a sheet of ice. we have a call in from a viewer and a lot of spots in western north carolina right now going to be slick. so, if you are heading out the door in the early morning take your time to any destination. it will be a little bit chilly out there today as well, but overall, average temperatures later on this afternoon, snow returning as we make our way into sunday morning and then once that passes through with little impact we will tap into some very chilly canadian temperatures. i will tell you when that drop comes coming up after the break.
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same here. with xarelto there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto . now, in high definition, this is your news 13 skywatch forecast. >>zack: good saturday morning to you all. looking at a quiet start with a few lingering showers still right a ang that north carolina and tennessee border but overall, i do think we will clear out some of the skies. just before the break we were telling you about some of the slick spots on the roadways across westernrnorth carolina in buncombe county we are already getting many reports of a car
overlook road. and there is black ice across the board. so, we want to take our time if you are heading to any destination this morning. temperatures right now below the freezing point in asheville. everyone else across the mountains seemingly slightly warmer but still we will keep things more so on the cool side and once we clear out the skies that's when we will bring in the chilly temperatures. a little more sunshine on the way later on this afternoon, one front going to be pushing through, could get breezy at times. maybe upwards to 10-15 miles per hour in terms of the wind, but, there is another area of low pressure that we want to focus our efforts on. this is going to continue to progress to the east. it will be grabbing in coming of the moisture from the gulf of mexico. and we see a few blue arrows coming down from canada. that is actually going to be a different air mass around high pressure that will be drawing in some very chilly temperatures. so now, when we have that convergence of low pressure bringing up moisture in a cold air mass coming down from the north, that's going to facilitate some show showers for our sunday morning.
hour-by-hour forecast and show you that we are actually going to clear out skies an bring in a little more sunshine through about lunchtime today. even clearer conditions still in the afternoon hours. but it's going to change in a big way overnight. bringing in overcast conditions and then by 6 a.m. tomorrow morning, that's when you get that broadband and you see it is all blue. so, we are looking at show showers in the early morning on sunday. but watch how quickly this moves along. it will be pushing off to the east and by lunchtime, already starting to clear out some o o the mountains and the upstate. now, it's a little in terms of impact for that small spin, but our temperatures are going to be cool enough we could get just a little bit of a accumulation leading us into 12 p.m. tomorrow. so, as we make our way through the day on sunday, that's when monitoring. again, do think imthe packet will be minimal. we could get upwards of half an inch of snow in some mountain locations. but i don't think it is going to be sticking around too much. because we are actually going to be clearing out the skies. in. though.
down even into the low 30s. a few areas could only tap out into the upper 20s. and your overnight low, back down into the teens. now, this is area-wide. when you put the winds on top of it, because it is going to be a breezy day on monday, we are looking at very chilly conditions. trying to rebound the temperatures as we make our way through the rest of the work week. but, our next chance for rain and snow looking like it will be a little more significant come thursday and friday. >>evan: >>zack: and i have been talking all morning but we want to reiterate, an an editor came in to the news room talking about more information getting into accidents. a lot of slick road out there. make sure you are careful. each week we partner with chideo.com to bring stories about cause and giving. this week chideo shows no matter how old you are, you have the power to make a difference. >> >>reporter: sometimes tragedy inspires incredible generosity. it was the fatal car crash of 9
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we will show you. >>holly: welcome to the "carolina kitchen." we have blue ridge bear back with us, thank you for being here. >> thank you for having us. >>holly: tell us what blue ridge bear is in. >> we are a bakery and we are a bakery because we only sell thins on the knew investigationtral popperties we bake, we use chia and flax seed so a lot of omega and fiber and nutrition and we work with food allergy, and dietary restrictions. people with diabetes, cancer, ceil yak and the low carb lifestyle and i'm one of the people that's why i am here to share it. we are doing a recipe for low carb pancakes. >>holly: i didn't know that existed. >> i made it. i made it.
so so we need 2 cups of flour, not flour, basically, you can use whichever nuts you prefer. i have almond and i have walnut flour. i find those two go very well together. >>holly: okay. >> we also are going to need a quarter cub of coconut oil. about three quarters of a cup of unsweetened coconut milk. some vanilla extract. you can add in optional vanilla protein powder and this is something that i just find, you know, people will like to add to the recipe instead of just drinking it in a shake. some stevia, i have vanilla liquid stevia, five eggs and this is my secret weapon, this is low carb sweetener, this iswalden ponds pancake syrup, it's great, no call rirks no carb, no fat, nothing. >>holly: no sugar? >> yes, nothing. >>holly: what is it made of? >> i don't know, water? you can put everything in your
i actually added some chia and flax seeds to this for additional nutrition. and you are going to make this as regular pancakes. >> you pour the batter and you can actually make shakes with this. i make a milk shake for my daughter and she loves them. >> >>holly: you are creative. i don't know how creative all of us are. so how many pancakes will this make? >> this will make about 8 pancakes and a good sized pancake and the thing with -- when you are working with nut flours is you need to work at very low heat because nut flowers are sensitive to heat. you don't want to burn them um to cook them too fast. >>holly: so they will take a little longer and take your time. >> yeah, just take your time. as soon as they are bubbling in the edges, you know, you will flip them and that's it. >>holly: okay. good to go. go to wlos.com and click on the "carolina kitchen" link that is
cooking in >>zack: got saturday mororng. 30 degrees in asheville but lots in terms of slick roadways this morning. we already told you about breaking news where there was a car overturned on overlook road here in asheville. but there is also another report ofof an overturned car right in front of the hot spot in leicester highway. now, in the overnight hours, temperatures were developing below freezing point so you could see some ice deposit on the roads this morning. we want to abide by this speed limit because it may be a little bit of a concern. now, our sun rise is going to be official at 7:38 thihi morning and we are going to gradually warm things up later on this afternoon. temperatures are around average for this time of year. but, the clouds returning again
sunday morning, snow on the way to kick off the second half of the weekend. >> >>evan: 7:25. "tech time," snow days are great for kids but a headache for parents. collin griffin is here to tell us how smart phones and tablets can keep the kids entertained during a snow day. good morning. >> good morning. >>evan: god too se you. >> you, too. >>evan: you have a couple when they are home on snow days, what ideas do you have? >> well, thank you for the opportunity, evan. first and foremoo, just a quick statistic, u.s.a. surveyed conducted showed that 61% of smart p pne users play games on their phones. >>evan: sounds right. >> i get us cranked with a good game, yacht dee is one of my favorites. >>evan: i love yacht ze. >> what is cool about playing on your phone is you can actually sign in and play with friends, so anywhere you are. so, whether you're snowed in locally or you're on vacation
network you can play games an enjoy all the apps. >>evan: what if you want your kids to maybe do something a little bit more educational? >> i'm glad you asked. so, this elevate app here, it is a great brain training app. it's entertaining and educational. you can actually improve your skills and playing games and writing, listening, speak, it keeps track of all your results for you so you can continue to track your progress. >>evan: probably good for adult, too. >> absolutely. i enjoy it. on my iphone 6 here, i also downloaded a recipes app. it's called just recipes. so it's neat. when you arenowed in and want to keep things going, maybe spice things up a little bit. >>evan: not a bad idea, teach kids how to cook. >> always have your phone with you so you can access the res pees on the go. another neat one for kids is the snowman, all cinldz, my kids especially get so excited when it starts snowing. the first thing we want to do is build a snowman. so, we can download the app here. play around with it. you can sin cert your own photograph or use a background
a snowman, give them ideas to get excited. >>evan: i like it. anything else you can think of? >> well the main thing with this, and anything else, if you need any assistance or you have any questions, feel free to come by any of the locations. we have the device workshops that go on from time to time and we will be happy to show you. these apps or anything on your smart phone. >>evan: sounds good. yacht ze( ), i is have to play that when i get home. if you want to see this segment you can go to wlos.com and click on "tech time." thank you for joining us. >> absolutely. >>evan: god to see you. >> coming up, at least 100 hostages free following a terrifying terrorist attack in africa, the latest on the search for the gunmen. >> >> we also have a vehicle overturned. this is breaking news. in south asheville. we will tell you what you need to know before you get in the
>> now, in high definition, from the western north carolina's news leader, this is news 13 this weekend. >> >>evan: breaking news for you this mornini out of south asheville. an overturned car that struck a house, you can psyit there, thankfully no injuries reported op overlook road near deer run drive. the car did hit the house and there is damage on the exterior. you can see a little bit there. asheville firefighters tell us there are slick roads all over asheville so please be careful
zack, when i got in the car it wasn't even thinking about it being slick outside and we have reports that one in south asheville and another one in bear hollow road in fruitland, we have summit bear creek and we are told the jeff bowen bridge is also very slick this morning. of course, brings freezing a lot quicker than normal roads do. so, got to be careful. >>zack: after yesterday's moisture and freezing frog i think can play along with this. it kind of froze on the surfaces early this morning. as the temperatures drop below that freezing pointnt so, yes, if you are heading out in the early morning, drive to any stination, take your time. the skies are going to be clear so the sun hopefully will warm things up, maybe going to dry out some of the ice, some of the rain around the region. and we are going to continue with average temperatures later on this afternoon. now, we are going to drop those temperatures off and you see that middle one, snow is back. it's going to be for tomorrow morning and once it clears out with little impact across the mountains, bitter cold is to come. so all the details going to be
the skywatch forecast. >>fvan: our top story this evening no, two officers were hit by a woman fleeing a traffic stop last night in west asheville. police say they were responding to a larceny call at the kmart on patton avenue around 9:30. when an officer stopped the vehicle near baker drive, a little bit later, the passenger got out and ran. officers say the driver, ka katrina diane robinson tried to flee in her car and struck two officers. they deployed tasers but say they actually missed robinson. neither officer is seriously injured. robinson faces multiple charges including larceny and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon on a government official. also new this morning, one person is dead in the upstate. in a fatal crash last night during furman university. south carolina highway patrol says the driver was in a honda pilot suv going eastbound on point set highway around 11 p.m. the suv crossed two lanes of traffic and then hit a tree. the driver was not wearing a seat belt and died on the scene
the identity of that driver is not yet released. asheville south slope grew more with the announcement of a place for local artists to work. the asheville area arts council plans to move into the old abccm ilding on cox avenue. this is the latest step in the area's rapid growth. >> there was nothing to attract people to the area and now there's you know a whole lot going on over here. >>evan: the asheville area arts council found the opportunity to build on cox avenue. it's a 15,000 square foot building set to be full of studios with lots of opportunities for local artists. never before has wall street gotten off to this bad of a start to the new year. a stomach-churning session at the new york stock exchange yesterday as the day ended with the dow down 391 points. 2.4% as you can see right there. that is now an incredible 1400 points in just the first two
analysts say the fall of oil prices and concerns over china's economic standings are fueling the decline. lawmakers and others gathered in raleigh for a bell ringing ceremony honoring civil rights icon dr. mar kin tin luther king junior. king's widow, coe letta scott king requested bell-ringing ceremonies be held nationwide as a way to promote freedom in everyone's lives. following the ceremony, employees observed a service in a raleigh church. martin luther king day is celebrated under the third monday every january and yesterday was his birthday. we have an update this morning. the surviving boston marathon bomber must pay his victims more than $100 million. that ruling came friday, from a federal judge, overseeing case against descroak. the restitution payments to the 49 victimsnd families must begin immediately. he was sentenced to death for
people and wounded more than 40 others. topping world headlines this morning, a deadly terror attack infrica claims the lives of at least 20 people. security forces stormed a hoe tell in the west african nation of brickinna foseso after over 100 hostages were taken. reports are that they are freed. the hotel was set on fire along with several cars outside. al qaeda is claiming responsibility for this attack. >> coast guard officials are searching for 12 people after a military helicopter collision in hawaii. authorities say two marine choppers crashed friday morning off the island of oahu. each aircraft was carrying 6 people. responders are look for them in a debris field. the helicopters collided during a training flight. the governor of michigan is asking for a federal disaster decla claration to deal with a water crisis in the city of flint. a switch to using water from the
levels of lead to enter the water from aging pipes. the governor is seeking more than $30 million to provide clean drinking water and pay for new water lines. the white house says they will consider that request quickly. a space walk at the international space station was mostly a success. despite being cut a bit short. the american and british astronaughts were able to replace a broken power box but they had to come back inside when a small amount of water got into one of the men's helmets. the space suit had a similar problem on a earlier space walk but it was refurbished and used without problem last month. >> so scary weather conditions outside today, zack. again it was one of the things i got in the car and i wasn't even thinking that way. so, really, one of the helpful tips if you are watching the news today, right now, really you should pay attention to. >>zack: slick roadways and we got another report on brevard road, we have crews checking out the scene. we already talked about two overturned cars this morning.
take your time if you do need to drive in the early morning. you no i think the bigger conversation is going to be some soft snow we will see in the early morning of sunday. not going to have any of the impacts today, clear skies, a little more sunshine on the way. but something that we certainly want you to watch closely. we, again, i think it will be leaving a little trace but a few folks might be getting a little more excited about it. clear skies on the back end of the system with chilly temperatures. i will will let you know who is going to fall shy of 32 degrees for the start of next week. all the details coming up after the break. >>
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for this time of year later on this afternoon. a cold front going to continue to progress to the east. we will see breezier condition, maybe about 6-10 miles per hour with a gust or two of about 15 miles per hour. but an area of low pressure right now in central texas. that's what we want to focus on for the next day or so. it's going to continue to move towards our region. more so along the gulf coast. it will be wrapping in some moisture for the gulf of mexico. you see the blue arrows? this is the diving air mass that is dropping our temperatures off the for the start of this week but on the front side of that air moving in, and you converge that with the moisture moving in from the south that's when we will facilitate the snow. let's put it into motion and show you when folks can expect flakes. we will clear up skies by lunchtime, later on this afternoon, even more sunshine on the way and more blue sky. but take a look at what happens in the overnight hours. we will drive in some of the clouds and then by 6 a.m., you see that broadband of blue. and it's not green, so wee are not talkingng rain. that is show showers.
is going to be passing though. we are moving it off to the east and by lunchtime, we are already seeing seeing the clearer conditions. i think it will leave little impact and little trace. our overnight lows are dropping down below the freezing point once again. so there is the potential, but a few mountain locations could see a accumulation, maybe upwards of about a half an inch. but, since our temperatures are going to be warming up right around where we are seeing in this afternoon, into the mid 40s for the mountains, low 50s for the upstate, that means we are not going to see a whole lot in terms of an issue through that 24 hour period. so, again, we are only going to be talking about maybe half an inch of snow on the way. and then we are going to drop off our temperatures significantly as we clear some of the skies out. little more shine on the way for monday and tuesday. afternoon highs only into the upper 20s and low 30s. take a look at the overnight lows. into the teene, area-wide. a quick read on temperatures for the rest of the week. next chance for rain and snow
>> >> >>stan: good morning in sports, franklin native mike houston could be on the coaching move again. the former robberson high and line coach now at philadelphia, great job, the southern conference coach of the year in seconden and people are taking notice. james madison brings him up to harrisburg to interview him after making contact at the coach's convention in san antonio. houston 14-11 in two years at the citadel and let to the upset against south carolina. 43 knights overall including three years at lenore ryan, j. m. u.'s previous coach left to take theead coaching job at texas state. all right. today a big day at unca asheville in p hoops. doubleheader and battle of first place bulldogs. men's play gardener web taking on asheville, tied at high point for first in the big south. first place unc asheville women host webb and both games are on w. m. y. a. ( ) action starts at 2 with a
bulldogs are 6-1 in league play, the men's game follows probably around 4:30. today, north carolina will be in chapel hill watching north carolina state at north carolina. they are struggling in league play, fifth ranked carolina thriving 4-0 in the acc. on the heels of being impressive and north carolina state, mark god friday impressed because unc has so many players and it makes them so dangerous. >> this is as deep as a team we have seen. for example, if james starts and meeks is on the bench, which i think he has for the last game and theo open and nate grit, some of the other guys, isaiah hix are on the bench. that is the team on the bench that is probably moving back in the league by themselves. and so, there's no question they are the deepest team, maybe in the country. >>stan: that's sports this morning. i'm stan pamfilis.
have a great saturday, >>evan: welcome back. joining us this morning is can deed joins and laura lynn dol is here to talk about "in the treetop" a new lullaby. you said rock abuy baby has been knocking out babies for years. what do you mean about that? >> ( ) think of it as a lullaby, the baby falls from the tree and that's it. it needed a new ending. >>evan: kind of a bad ending. >> it's a bad ending. we fixed that now. and this, the mother catches the baby. and becomes the cradle. and then the baby grows and the mother shows them the world and they have an affirming message and there's lots of hidden animals for children and their parents to find. >>evan: what a beautiful ending to the story. so you did this because you wanted to kind of redo this classic? >> that's exactly right. >>evan: so you wrote the book
>> an amazing artist who will be with us at malaprops today and ( ) laurel lynn cos sit said i'm recording it and she recorded the whole album. >>evan: so you have an actual new take on that lullaby? >> yes, i started with the mel diand changed it a little bit, yeah. >>evan: so you guys have an event today at malaprops at #-bg where you are doing book signings, talking about the book. what gave you the idea do this? >> i was singing rock abuy baby to my baby. a long time ago. and i thought, no, that will not do. so, i started singing to him and i just came up with these herrics and then i met steve emery many years later and he is such a magical artist. >>evan: these are water colors? >> water colors. if you look another this, it's -- >>evan: i see the hidden animals inside here. >> it's on all the pages and we actually in the back of the book we have a key with all the hidden animals.
>> so the grandparent cans find it. >>evan: they can look inside and see if they can catch the animals? >> that's right. >>evan: i love it. so, nobody wants to hear me talk about this. let's hear the new lullaby. >> okay. here we go. >>evan: thank you for joining us. i love it. >> thanks >> rock-a-bye baby in the treetop, when the wind blows, the cradle will rock when the bow breaks, the cradle will fall and down will come baby, cradle and all when the bow break, i will be right there and i will catch you as
cradle will rock >>evan: welcome back, breaking news you the of the south asheville this morning. an overturned car, thankfully no injuries. this is on overlook road and deer run drive. that car did hit a house and there's some exfear your damage but firefighters tell us there are slick road all over asheville. we have been telling you about this all morning. the jeff bowen bridge is p a parentally very slick out there. we have a crew heading out to a crash on brevard road. so, please be careful when you head out and stay with us for contain you yes, i doing coverage, wlos.com. our twitter handle is at wlos underscore 13. facebook.com/news 13 and our next news cast is tonight at 6 p.m.. and, zack, obviously, that's from all the moisture that's on the road and the freezing temperatures. now the sun is out and getting better? >>zack: that's what we are hoping for. we will dry out the rain.
that ice on the roadways but don't expect it to go away within the next hour or so. if you are heading out in the early morning, we of course want to take your time and use caution. >>evan: let's take a quick look at events happening around the mountains today. you saw them just before the break, author candy jones, artist steve emery and song write laura lynn do sill is there at 3 p.m. presenting if the in the treetops" starting at 3:00, family friendly and a free event. >>zack: the smokey blind bowlers invite you and bowlers with varying visual abilities at sky lanes starting 9:45 with bowling beginning at 10:00. >>evan: a martin luther king prayer breakfast passenger seated by mt. zion a&m church is held in marion. it is bringing the dream together. guest speaker is dr. richard ash at 8 a.m. at the marion community building. >>zack: for more information
around our region you can log on to wlos.com. and simply click the i can't comoo tab. >>evan: last look outside, zack? >> >>zack: warmer later this afternoon, right around average for this time of year. sunshine breaking through once again but clouds in the overnight hours bringing us some snow for sunday morning. little in terms of impact though and take a look at the temperatures monday and tuesday. yikes. we will be dropping down. >>evan: snow, the magic word. here is that book by the way. really cool little lullaby. thanks for joining us an thank you as well.
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