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with weather coverage. you could snow falling earlier today across parts of the peninsula. 10 on your side's rico bush and jen lewis kept a close eye on road conditions as the snow and rain fell all morning long. a lot of that messy weather has finally started to push its way out of the area. this is a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk the clouds are hanging around the area even at this hour... meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center to let us know what you can expect for the weekend.. this afternoon: increasing sunshine. windy and cool. highs: mid-40s. winds: nw 10-20 mph, gusts up to 25 mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows: low-30s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. highs: low to mid-40s. winds: n 5-10 mph. we had
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sleet this morning, but now all of the wet weather has moved out of here! even though we'll see increasing sunshine through the afternoon, it'll remain windy and chilly with highs only in the mid-40s. overnight, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures dropping back into the low-30s. it won't be as windy on saturday, but it'll be cool with highs in the low to mid-40s. hey, at least we'll be back under mostly sunny skies! by sunday, a storm system will develop offshore, which will give us a little more cloud cover and the possibility of some scattered showers in northeast north carolina and along the outer banks during the afternoon and evening hours. we'll be tracking mostly cloudy skies through monday with
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with our team of meteorologists through our wavy weather app. it's free for all android and apple users. make sure you turn the notification settings on to let you know when weather is changing in your area. our team of meteorologists will join anita blanton and stephanie harris starting at 4 this afternoon - keeping you in the know with the weather for the rest of your friday and all weekend long. we continue to follow breaking news this midday from new york city. at least one person is dead after a crane collapse in the financial district - in lower manhattan. in this dramatic video - you can see a huge crane -- which stretches more than 15 stories high. it fell down just before 8:30 this morning. according to our affiliate station - three other people are injured after the crane came crashing down. one critically. more than 100 firefighters were sent to the scene.
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parked along the street. a few buildings were also hit at the same time. the area is also being examined for gas leaks. some buildings in the area have been evacuated. investigators are still working to find out what caused the collapse. the search continues for a shooting suspect in virginia beach. officers are still searching for 20- year-old devante williams. they say he shot his mother yesterday on kitimal drive. they are on the look-out for a 20-14 red toyota camry he may be driving. it has a virginia license plate that reads "prosper". 10 on your side also spoke with his family. they say williams mother is doing better, and his father does not know why the shooting happened. call the crime line if you have any information that could help police find williams. new at midday - police need your help. they say a woman treid to rob a 7- eleven in hampton. it happened last night around 11:15 on east little back river road. police say this woman went into the convenience store - implied she had a weapon and demanded
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a customer entered the store shortly after - out without any money. new video this midday virginia beach. police say it happened skinny dip frozen yogurt at the shopping center. the suspect you see in the video went in the store - demanded money and implied he had a weapon. if you have any information on this robbery or the attempted robbery in hampton, call the crime line. we're learning more about the death of 13-year-old nicole lovell. during yesterday's bail hearing for 19- year-old suspect natalie keepers, prosecutors said she "wanted to be a part of something secret and special." they say she was involved in the plans to kill lovell, along with 18-year-old david eisenhaur, right from the beginning. prosecutors say the pair planned to take nicole, thinking she was going out on a date, and helping to hide nicole's body. eisenhaur is charged with abduction and
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meanwhile in blacksburg, nicole lovell's family said their last goodbyes. hundreds of people her funeral yesterday. at least a dozen police cars escorted her body from the funeral home to her final resting spot. a house committee stopped a bill which would limit the personal use of campaign funds by virginia politicians. the gop-controlled panel wants to wait for a vote on the issue until next year. this was a top ethics priority for democratic governor terry mcauliffe. virginia has one of the least restrictive campaign finance systems in the country. lawmakers are only barred from using campaign funds for personal use when they close out their accounts. north carolina's march 15 primary and the november general election are taking shape as candidates say how much money they've raised. in the u.s. senate races, republican incumbent richard burr and democrat deborah ross raised the most money in the fourth quarter of 2015. in the governor's race,
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incumbent pat mccrory in the second half of 2015 and both have more cash than primary opponents. virginia's republican- controlled house has approved a bill that would allow members of the national guard to carry concealed handguns while on duty. members will be required to have a valid permit to carry concealed handguns at guard facilities, like recruiting centers. virginia beach republican scott taylor introduced the bill in response to last year's deadly shooting a military recruiting center in chattanooga, tennessee. the house unanimously approved the bill on thursday. it now heads to the senate. north carolina's commerce secretary says rural and small-town economies won't grow without access to high-speed internet. he talked about the need for broadband internet across the state thursday while committee looking at economic development ideas to consider when the general assembly resumes in crowdfunding legislation was pitched so small businesses can get
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mccrory's administration wants to use a portion of unclaimed money held by the state treasurer to invest in emerging businesses. the committee also discussed a commerce department proposal to retool how the state ranks the levels of economic distress in north carolina's 100 counties. the obama administration says more than 610-thousand people in north carolina signed up insurance coverage during the third year of president obama's federal health care law. 460-thousand north carolinans bought insurance policies as of last june. experts say the increase may be because of more drastic fines for staying uninsured. january unemployment figures are out this morning -- and the report shows that solid job growth continues. people continue to worry another u-s recession is around the corner within the next two years. but, hiring continues for employers. analysts forecast employers added 200- thousand jobs last month. the unemployment rate has
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president obama is calling for a new ten-dollar-per-barrel tax on oil. it would be paid by oil companies and would be used for clean transportation investments. the fee would only be applied to imported oil. crude pumped in the u-s would not be proposal is unlikely republican- controlled congress. during black history month - there's a special tribute for a civil rights leader it's for icon rosa parks in richmond. the greater richmond transit center is reserving the first passenger seat on every bus in honor of parks. in 19-55, she refused to give up her seat on an alabama bus to a white passenger - a watershed moment in the civil rights movement. g-r-t-c buses will also be flashing messages over the next few weeks -- honoring black legends from central virginia. the uss montpelier is coming back to naval station norfolk today. the submarine is returning from the european command area.
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montpelier steamed more than 38-thousand nautical miles! crew members visited several places including bahrain, the u-a-e and france. it's expected to be in at 4 this afternoon. still ahead - going red - the disease people are wearing their red for... plus - a gruesome discovery - police find several people dead after in an apparent mass killing. plus - crucial questions - the investigation continues after a plane has a hole ripped into its side. the stunning discovery. plus - hole-in-one - we'll show you the unlikely ... thing ... to
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many people clean their dentures with toothpaste or plain water. and even though their dentures look clean, in reality they're not. if a denture were to be put under a microscope,
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it's national wear red day! the american heart association wants everyone to wear red today in support of the fight against heart disease. even newborns are joining in. they will be donning red hats at bon secours depaul medical norfolk. this day is especially important for women. just listen to these statistics in a video from the american heart association. :00 - :06 "heart disease is the number one killer of women." "killing women more than all forms of cancer combined." the association is asking everyone, especially women, to take the time and get checked out. health experts say women often put themselves last. :19 - :27 doctor suzanne steinbaum - lenox hill hospital, new york, ny "and when we look at the statistics that heart disease is the number one killer of all women -
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themselves first." research shows women are also more likely to call for help when someone else is having a heart attack than themselves. the american heart association wants women to check their blood pressure and cholesterol, make lifestyle changes that better help your heart, and educate yourself about your family history. police continue to investigate a gruesome scene in chicago. six people are dead -- police call this case a homicide. they were found dead in this home thursday. an investigation is underway after a concerned co-worker says one of the residents of the home had not shown up for work for a few days. there are no signs of after an autopsy is performed and the families are notified. s/ chief eugene roy, chicago police :11 "two young males, ages 10 and 13 and four adults consisting of two women and two men." chicago police say the case appears to be an isolated incident and
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no threat to the community. the c-e-o of a georgia hospital is one of six people facing charges after a prescription drug sting. federal agents arrested mike gowder-- the c-e-o of union general hospital in union county -- which is along the north carolina border -- wednesday. gowder is facing multiple prescription drug charges his arrest comes after a nine-month- long, multi-state investigation. officials say prescription drug abuse is a growing problem across georgia. (clyde shelley/dea agent) "two million people each year start their drug abuse with painkillers. many heroin addicts start off becoming addicts for their abuse with prescription drugs." five others were arrested including two doctors. police say doctor james heaton- wrote more than 15-thousand fraudulent prescriptions for painkillers over a three-year period. four of gowder's family members were also among
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mount (sock-ur-ah-jeema) japan erupted today. the weather agency says it started to erupt at 6:56 p-m, local time. the agency raised its five-scale volcanic alert level to three. a level three alert warns people not to approach the volcano. the system that brought rain and snow to our area - is dropping several inches of snow across parts of the northeast. this is video from our london, connecticut. you can see in the timelapse - the snow pushing into the area. parts of that state can see upwards of eight inches of snow. ( weather anim - with track) this afternoon: increasing sunshine. windy and cool. highs: mid-40s. winds: nw 10-20 mph, gusts up to 25 mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows: low-30s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. highs: low to mid-40s. winds: n 5-10 mph. we had
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sleet this morning, but now all of the wet weather has moved out of here! even though we'll see increasing sunshine through the afternoon, it'll remain windy and chilly with highs only in the mid-40s. overnight, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures dropping back into the low-30s. it won't be as windy on saturday, but it'll be cool with highs in the low to mid-40s. hey, at least we'll be back under mostly sunny skies! by sunday, a storm system will develop offshore, which will give us a little more cloud cover and the possibility of some scattered showers in northeast north carolina and along the outer banks during the afternoon and evening hours. we'll be tracking mostly cloudy skies through monday with highs in the
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we'll if you ever thought robots have an unfair advantage in sports -- open in scottsdale, arizona people were cheering you'd think the hole-in-one was done by a person. the robot, "eldrick" got the hole-in-one on a par-3 shot. it was "his" fifth swing ever! up next on midday - the music world mourns - after a famous member of
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plus - animal's choice -- which team is being
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including headaches, seizures, confusion and vision problems. these may be signs of a rare, potentially fatal brain condition. serious allergic reactions can occur. tell your doctor if you or anyone in your house needs or has recently received a vaccine. in a medical study, most stelara patients saw at least 75% clearer skin and the majority were rated as cleared or minimal at 12 weeks. stelara helps keep my skin clearer. ask your doctor about stelara . the music world is mourning the loss of maurice white. white is the founder of the band earth, wind and fire which has sold more million albums. the 74-year-old died at his los angeles home on wednesday. white suffered from parkinson's disease and kept out of the
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band he founded kept performing. a fiery crash last night involved a wake forest university shuttle bus and car. the accident happened on campus. both vehicles caught fire after the crash. no one was hurt. police are investigating the crash. a washington state man is recovering after a dangerous rescue caught on camera. crews hoisted him off the side of a dam after he spent days stuck on a mountain. in the video you can see the responders balancing on the side of a helicopter above ground. the rescuer is hoisted down the side of the steep dam to the stranded man below. visitors to the area say they first heard screams from the man 5 days ago. the 41-year old man is homeless -- he jumped a fence and planned to set up camp there. but later realized -- he couldn't get out. year approaches, taiwanese shoppers are busy preparing. this is the year of the monkey. (tie-pay) taipei,
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for good fortune. many hope that the year will bring better luck to the island's sluggish economy. the chinese new year holiday begins with new year's eve on sunday, with february 8 marking the first day of the year of the monkey. coming up on midday-- we continue to follow breaking news out of new
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we're back at --:-- on wavy news 10 midday i'm brandi cummings in for katie collett and i'm don roberts. thanks for staying with us. here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... this afternoon: increasing sunshine. windy and cool. highs: mid-40s. winds: nw 10-20 mph, gusts up to 25 mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows: low-30s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. highs: low to mid-40s. winds: n 5-10 mph. we had a mix of rain, snow, and sleet this morning, but now all of the wet weather has moved
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we'll see increasing sunshine through the afternoon, it'll remain windy and chilly with highs only in the mid-40s. overnight, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures dropping back into the low-30s. it won't be as windy on saturday, but it'll be cool with highs in the low to mid-40s. hey, at least we'll be back under mostly sunny skies! by sunday, a storm system will develop offshore, which will give us a little more cloud cover and the possibility of some scattered showers in northeast north carolina and along the outer banks during the afternoon and evening hours. we'll be tracking mostly cloudy skies through monday with highs in the
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we continue to follow breaking news this midday from new york city. at least one person is dead after a crane collapse in the financial district - that's in lower manhattan. in this dramatic video - you can see a huge crane the fell down just before 8:30 this morning. according to our affiliate station - three other people are injured after the crane came crashing down. one critically. more than 100 the scene. the crane landed on several cars that are parked along the street. a few buildings were also hit at the same time. the area is also being looked at for gas leaks. some buildings in the area have been evacuated. investigators are still working to find out what caused the collapse. we're following breaking news from washington, dc. president obama just took the podium to talk about
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with our economy. let's listen in to what
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new at midday - police need your help. they say a woman tried to rob a 7- eleven in hampton. it happened last night around 11:15 on east little back river road. police say this woman went into the convenience store - implied she had a weapon and demanded money. a customer entered the store shortly after - that's when the woman ran out without any money. if you have any information on this woman - call the crime line. new video this midday from a robbery in virginia beach. police say it happened january 25th at the skinny dip frozen yogurt at the providence square shopping center. the suspect you see in the video went in the store - demanded money and implied he had a weapon.
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information on this robbery or the attempted robbery in hampton, call the crime line. we're learning more about the death of 13-year-old nicole lovell. during yesterday's bail hearing for 19- year-old suspect natalie keepers, prosecutors said she "wanted to be a part of something secret and special." they say she was involved in the plans to kill lovell, along with 18-year-old david eisenhaur, right from the beginning. prosecutors say the pair planned to take nicole, thinking she was going out on a date, and cut her throat. the judge denied bond for keepers. she faces accessory charges and helping to hide nicole's body. eisenhaur is charged with abduction and murder. meanwhile in blacksburg, nicole lovell's family said their last goodbyes. hundreds of people gathered at a church for her funeral yesterday. at least a dozen police cars escorted her body from the funeral home to her final resting spot. virginia's republican- controlled house has approved a bill that would allow members of the national guard to carry concealed
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members will be required to have a valid permit to carry concealed handguns at guard facilities, like recruiting centers. virginia beach republican scott taylor introduced the bill in response to last year's deadly shooting a military recruiting center in chattanooga, tennessee. the house unanimously approved the bill on thursday. it now heads to the senate. during black history month - there's a special tribute for a civil rights leader it's for icon rosa parks in richmond. the greater richmond transit center is reserving the first passenger seat on every bus in honor of parks. in 19-55, she refused to give up her seat on an alabama bus to a white passenger - a watershed moment in the civil rights movement. g-r-t-c buses will also be flashing messages over the next few weeks -- honoring black legends from central virginia. the uss montpelier is coming back to naval station norfolk today. the submarine is returning from the european command area. during deployment montpelier steamed more
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miles! crew members visited several places including bahrain, the u-a-e and france. it's expected to be in at 4 this afternoon. 10 on your side is proud to help document the history of hampton roads. now you can check out some of our old stories. we have a new video archive page on wavy-dot-com. it features dozens of stories we've saved, dating back to the late 70s. you can even see some vintage footage from chopper 10. if you want see what was making news in hampton roads 20, 30 and even 40 years ago, head to wavy-dot-com. roll over the "more" tab, then click the "wavy archives" tab. still ahead on midday- plane blast - the new information that's has investigators saying
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and the winner will be? -- we're just days away from the big game... hey thunder. are the denver broncos going to win the super bowl?" the team animals say will win it all this sunday. plus - we're on your side with another look at the
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a team of five u-s experts are in somalia to help with the investigation into what caused that mid-flight blast. the blast ripped a hole into the side of a passenger plane shortly after takeoff from the capital city of mogudishu. if it was a bomb, crucial questions include who got it onto the plane and how. nbc's keir simmons has the new information. the force that ripped open this aircraft cabin was likely a bomb, made of military grade explosives, multiple sources tell nbc news. a newspaper report of a suicide bomber in a wheelchair may not be accurate, according to a somali aviation official who says they're awaiting test results. (sot/ abdiwahid omar/ director of somali civil aviation authority :22-:31) simmons: "so you have not yet been told whether explosive residue has been found?" omar: "no, not yet, we don't have official report from the team that lead the
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from explosives." he says the fbi has been invited to help investigate how some type of explosion blew a hole in the fuselage... but if it was a bomb, who is responsible? somalia is home to al-qaeda and isis linked militants. another question this morning... was lax airport security a factor. and where were the explosives hidden? a failure of the plane itself still isn't ruled out... but officials believe this increasingly looks like terrorism. (on cam) s/ keir simmons/ nbc news/ london, england 1:00-1:15 55-year-old, but officials tell us he does not appear to have been a suicide-bomber which just leaves us with more unexplained questions. back to you." building in bangkok, kills one person. reports say the fire floor and immediately spread to the upper floors. fire engines had difficulty approaching the building streets leading to the
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passengers on a jet that was preparing to leave madrid for saudi arabia has been evacuated after the pilot reported an unspecified threat. a spokeswoman for spain's airport authority says the saudi arabian airlines jet taxied to a remote part of madrid's airport today after the threat was reported. everyone made it off the plane safely. the spokeswoman didn't have further details about the nature of the threat, but madrid's airport was briefly placed on a high-level safety alert by law enforcement officials. haiti's president announced a plan yesterday to leave office in three days - even though his replacement has not been picked. protesters burned tires and clashed with police in the island nation's capital after the announcement. martelly announced his departure plan at an event to inaugurate a new department of interior headquarters built after the january 2010 earthquake. haiti's constitution requires martelly to leave office this
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choose the next president were cancelled last month when the opposition candidate threatened to boycott the vote and protests turned violent. panama's health authorities have confirmed that as of yesterday 50 people have been infected by the zika virus. panama's ministry of health along with local government is conducting an aggressive campaign to contain the spread of the virus. blood samples are now routinely taken from peopleto a facility in panama city to be analyzed. the director of the institute warned that there are probably many more people with the virus, but since they displayed no symptoms, or the symptoms were mild, they saw no need to visit a doctor. the tiny south pacific kingdom of tonga is also battling the zika virus. country officials say five people are positive for the virus - while another 265 people may have it. the world health organization this week declared the zika virus a global emergency. the 67th annual snow festival in japan opened today to thousands of
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the internationally renowned festival features nearly 200 snow and ice sculptures at three locations. organizers expect more than two million people to visit the festival for the week-long festival. tourists at the festival show their excitement. mos (us tourist) :06 "very beautiful, love the snow sculpture. very excited, the girls are very excited." the festival started in 1950 when six local high school students built six snow statues. we won't expect hampton roads. but, we did have snow across parts of the area today as the latest storm through the area. (weather anim - with track) increasing sunshine. windy and cool. highs: mid-40s. winds: nw 10-20 mph, gusts up to 25 mph. tonight: mostly clear. lows: low-30s. winds: n 5-10 mph. saturday: mostly sunny. highs: low
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winds: n 5-10 mph. we had a mix of rain, snow, and sleet this morning, but now all of the wet weather has moved out of here! even though we'll see increasing sunshine through the afternoon, it'll remain windy and chilly with highs only in the mid-40s. overnight, expect mainly clear skies with temperatures dropping back into the low-30s. it won't be as windy on saturday, but it'll be cool with highs in the low to mid-40s. hey, at least we'll be back under mostly sunny skies! by sunday, a storm system will develop offshore, which will give us a little more cloud cover and the possibility of some scattered showers in northeast north carolina and along the outer banks during the afternoon and evening hours. we'll be tracking mostly cloudy skies through monday with highs in the
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switch to better. switch to fios. with the big game just days away its not hard to predict a winner. it's also not hard to find animals willing to pick a winner. reporter matt renoux show us a few. at pier 39's aquarium, the oldest and wisest otter they have is coming out for an otterly important task. pick the winner of super bowl 50. "two helmets for each team with a little food underneath and which helmet shasta goes to first we are going to say
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the winner." a big job shared today by a mammal much bigger. now that bronco's mascot thunder has beat snow that mother nature dropped. he is then asked if denver is the team to beat. "hey thunder. are the denver broncos going to win the super bowl?" of course you say a bronco horse would say that. he is hardly objective. but what about old shasta? "he will use his otter intelligence." at first he seems put off by that little bronco helmet. but then the little river otter started flowing with a wise decision. "there it is. i believe the broncos are the winners" broncos baby. to pay attention to this." after these predictions p
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way the game can go. @:33 "leave room for gary. gary's in the back, to predict the winner of this weekend's big game. fallon has brought out the pack of puppies to guess the winners of sporting event before, from the kentucky derby to the ncaa championship. this time the pups chose between bowls of food marked panthers and broncos. the little guys think the denver broncos will be the winning team. thank you for watching
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