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down in the mud and choosing good day virginia. it's friday, february 5th... i'm january keaton. and i'm kyle benjamin. parents of a murdered 13-year-
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one of the teens - accused of plotting her death.during yesterday's hearing for natalie keepers, a judge denied the 19-year-old bond. during the hearing, prosecutors revealed more information about what led nicole lovell's murder. this, as the 13 year old's family and friends laid her to rest in blacksburg. and also an emotional day in court.as the victim's family listened to the person accused of plotting their daughter's death, testify on her own behalf. natalie keepers told the judge she had been cutting her self since 8th grade, and sought counseling for depression and suicidal thoughts.wfxr's charlie cooper reports. natalie keepers sat in court with her face down and sometimes crying.she's accused of being an accessory to the murder of 13-year old nicole lovell.investigators say keeper helped 18-year-old david eisenhauer dispose of the body.in court details about keepers role in the murder were revealed. prosecutors have already charged eisenhauer with abduction and murder.he admitted to driving to lovell's house the night she disappeared and watched her climb out her bedroom window. then went to keepers' dorm room.and in court, revealed - keepers and eisenhauer planned
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eisenhauer planned to cut lovell's throat.they bought a shovel and cleaning supplies to dispose of the body.then - scouted out a place in north carolina to kill her. in montgomery county, charlie cooper, wfxr news. police found the victim's blanket and those cleaning supplies in keepers' dorm room. again - the judge denied bond - for the 19 year old student. police in blacksburg are disputing a story about the case published in the washington post. the story - said one of nicole's friends - told a blacksburg school resource officer - she was worried about nicole dating an older teen. police say - the school officer did not recieve any reports about nicole - before she went missing. blacksburg police say - they interviewed the girl quoted by the post - on january 28th. they say - she had no information about nicole. blacksburg police say - there
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and they wanted to clear things up. if you're watching us on cox cable- you probably know by now- we're back on the air. nexstar broadcasting group announced today that it reached a new agreement with cox communications.you can find more details on our website virginia first dot com. we have an update this morning concerning the vandalism of the vaughan-bassett furniture company in galax . police say they charged corey dean hodges from galax with breaking and entering--and felony destruction of property. the plant shut down this week due to the extent of the damange. police say hodges broke into the vaughan-bassett finishing room - and vandalized equipment doing an estimated more than 100 thousand dollars worth of damage. vaughan-bassett officals say only the shipping department and its offices - will be open through today. wfxr news is your local election headquarters.there
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seats up for grabs and the number of candidates wanting fill the seats are growing. amy carter wants to fill one of those seats. she is the owner sarah's place restaurant at the patrick henry hotel. court rosen and sherman lea senior are leaving the council. the other seat up from grabs belongs to incumbent anita price who will seek re-election.amy carter is running as a independent and says her qualitifications stem from her experience as a single mom, a former teacher and p-t-a president, and as a small business owner. "i know how important it is to move forward to bring businesses into the area. not just the minimum wage businesses but we need to bring in companies that want to fall in love with the area and who want to stay in this area. "carter says the city budget will be her priority, but she also want to focus on building up roanoke neighborhoods. the election for city council will be on may 3rd. the debate between bernie sanders and hillary clinton
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night. the candidates were sparring over everything from health care to who is more progressive.mary moloney has some of the highlights. presidential candidate: "i am not making promises that i can't keep."hillary clinton took a clear swipe at bernie sanders in a debate that was passionate and at times combative. presidential candidate: "the republicans want to repeal the affordable care act. i want to improve it. i want to build on it, get the cost down, get the prescription drug cost down. senator sanders wants us to start all over again." presidential candidate: "i am committee. that committee wrote the affordable care act. the idea that i would dismantle health care in america while we're waiting to pass a medicare for all is just not accurate."clinton accused sanders of smearing her progressive credentials. presidential candidate: "i really don't think these attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. and enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it, presidential candidate: "instead of arguing about definitions, let's talk about what we should do." presidential candidate: you began it yesterday with your comments,"but sanders didn't back down presidential candidate: "i'm very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pac, who is not raising huge sums of money from wall street or special interests. presidential candidate: "in my view, the business model of wall street is fraud."clinton trying to tout experience also attempting to distance herself
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presidential candidate: "i have a record, i have stood firm and i will be the person who prevents them from ever wrecking the economy again." i'm mary moloney reporting. the last standing theatre in downtown lynchburg is in downtown standing theatre the last reporting. the last standing theatre in downtown lynchburg is under renovation and a generous donor want to team up with the community in order to complete the task. the historic academy theatre on main street is being restore by the academy center of fine arts. and recently- a donor pledged to match dollar for dollar any donation they receive up to 350 thousand dollars plus an extra 100 dollars for every new donor they attract. all the proceeds
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111-year old theatre. according to the academy of fine arts' executive dircertor geoff kershner--the 750-seat bozart style venue is expected to have a huge impact on the area. "we know that arts and culture are a huge community builder. so on a basic level it's going to have a huge economic impact because we're going to be running events out of there 200 nights a year. that's people coming downtown. when they come downtown they are likely to engage in retail and restaurants."before it closed its doors in 1958-the academy theatre saw acts such as will rogers and the barrymores. in roanoke-the non-profit group, local colors of western virginia, is hosting a special guest in may.the group is hosting "an evening with george takei: on inclusion and diversity."the event is open to the public- and promotes acceptance of immigrants and refugees in our community.mr.
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personal experience, as a japanese-american held in american internment camps with his family during world war ii. admission will be free, but tickets will be required. in november, takei challenged roanoke mayor david bowers over comments comparing the internment during world war two to todays crisis over
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and one local city is looking to revitalize it's downtown area.... we will see what could be brewing in salem. congress questions the former head of a pharmancial company about his convertroversial prices, but does he answer... we'll find out right after
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the salem city council recently voted to allow breweries to open in downtown salem. restaurants there can also start producing and brewing their own beer! w-f-x-r's kristen eskow shows us how craft beer is catching on - and what breweries may bring to the downtown neighborhood. :27-:32:33-:38:45-:50 parkway brewing company in salem has grown quickly since opening in 2012. managers say the brewery has doubled the size of its retail space and production facility - selling its beer all over virginia."we go through about 20 kegs at this bar in a three-day weekend."retail manager maddy chitwood says craft beer has grown increasingly popular. she says her brewery sees both local customers from salem -
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of the state. "people will come in from richmond. people will come in from nova, and say, 'oh, i drink your beer all the time. that's why we're here.'"standup: "city officials say craft beer may soon be brewed right in downtown salem, which city leaders say is one component of the downtown revitalization plan.""as breweries have become more popular and parkway has grown, and there's interest in breweries in general, we decided to go ahead and add that as a use in our code."salem city planner benjamin tripp says the city has been working on its downtown revitalization plan for more than a year - which involves bringing more events and dining options to the neighborhood."businesses like breweries help bring people downtown, or into a community in general. and breweries were one of the most requested items and businesses in the downtown plan.""the whole trend in our country right now is local. just to be able to have more of that in town is going to bring more tourists here. it's going to change the image of salem a little bit and have it be more of an up and coming town."with the ag life report in salem, kristen
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salem officials say there are no breweries set to open in the downtown neighborhood just yet - but they have received owners. congress wanted to hear from a man at the center of a drug pricing controversy.and while he refused to talk, many people got a look at-- what they consider to be wrong -- with the pharmaceutical industry. rich edson explains. :42-:50:51-:561:31-:1:37 1:43-1:481:49-2:03 he refused to answer their questions and then called them imbeciles - a day on capitol hill for former turing pharmaceuticals chief executive officer martin shkreli. his company raised the price of a drug that fights infections in hiv patients from $13.50 to $750 a pill and the house oversight committee subpoenaed him to appear at a hearing on prescription drug pricing. cummings says: "it's not funny mr. shkreli people are dying and getting sicker and sicker" he's been outspoken on television and the internet - flaunting his wealth, paying a reported 2 million dollars for the only copy of a rap album from the group wu-tang clan. though he refused to talk before this committee.gowdy says: "and i listened to his interview and he didn't have to be prodded to talk during that interview. and he doesn't have to be prodded to tweet." //butted//shkreli says: "on the advice of counsel i invoke my fifth amendment privilege against self incrimination and respectfully decline to answer
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the hearing room and tweeted: hard to accept that these imbeciles represent the people in our government. the house oversight committee used turing's massive price increase as only one example of what one member described as taking as much money out of patients to feed their own coffers, calling their profits blood money. the committee says the wholesale price for thirty of the top-selling u.s. drugs increased more than 75 percent between 2010 and 2014 - eight times the general inflation rate.carter says: "perverse business practices were employed to exploit a patient group trying to do nothing more that to extend their lives." the committee also focused on large price increases for heart drugs at another company - valeant. howard b. schiller, interim ceo, valeant pharmaceuticals international says: "we have heard very clearly congress's and the public's concerns about drug prices and the industry generally."edson says: "the drug companies say they've worked to reduced costs and note they spend billions developing these drugs. committee chairman jason chaffetz added the food and drug administration needs to reform its process bring generic drugs to the market at a faster pace. in washington,
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the leader of one of the entertainment world's best known bands has died. maurice white, the leader of the band "earth wind and fire" died wednesday night in his sleep.white's brother made the announcement on his facebook page.among the group's more famous tracks....."september", "shining star" and "sing a song."maurice white was in music long before forming earth, wind and fire.he moved to chicago during his teenage years and was a drummer at chess records....playing on songs for people like fontella
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74 years old. extreme sports pioneer dave mirra died thursday in greenville, north carolina -- he was 41-years old.mirra rose to prominence in the 1990s as the world's top athlete in b-m- x.he helped bring action sports to the mainstream, winning more medals in the e- s-p-n x-games than any other competitor.mirra became a superstar in video games as well through his best-selling "dave mirra freestyle" series. police say they found mirra's body in a truck, with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.he's survived by his wife and two children. if you like the "the notebook", "a walk to remember", or "the longest ride"--you might want to hit the theaters this weekend--a new nicholas sparks film is coming out and rumor has it--this one is also for the
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strong upper disturbanc passes east of us this morning. highpressure builds into the area from the southwest tonight...andstays in the general area through saturday. a storm system moves well south of us saturday night into sunday. today...sunny. highs in the upper 30s. northwest winds 15 to20 mph. gusts up to 40 mph...decreasing to 30 mph this afternoon.wind chill values as low as 10 above this morning..tonight...mostly clear. lows in the lower 20s. northwest windsaround 10 mph in the evening...becoming light and variable. .saturday...sunny. highs in the mid 40s. light and variable winds...becoming southwest around 10 mph in the afternoon. .saturday night...partly cloudy. lows in the upper 20s. light andvariable winds. .sunday...mostly sunny. highs in the upper 40s. northwest windsaround 10 mph..sunday night...mostly clear in the evening...then becomingpartly cloudy. lows around 30..monday and monday night...mostly cloudy with rain likely with a chance of snow. little or no snow accumulation. highs around 40.lows in the upper 20s. chance of precipitation 60 percent..tuesday...mostly cloudy. a chance of snow in the morning...thena chance of snow showers in the afternoon. highs in the upper30s. chance of snow 30 percent..tuesday night and wednesday...mostly cloudy. lows in the lower20s. highs in the mid 30s. wind chill values as low as 10 above..wednesday night and
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around 20.highs in the mid 30s. wind chill values as low
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5 above.values as low as 5 above. and don't forget you can get your latest weather and news on virginia first.com .... 24 hours a day. its a new love story is hitting the big screen from author nicholas sparks.. "the choice" follows the trials and tribulations of a small town couples relationship ... fox's michelle pollino sits down the stars of the new movie who tell us it's not just for the chicks. the new movie "the choice" is the 11th feature film based on a nicholas sparks" novel. this one follows two neighbors living in a small coastal town who fall hard for each other and are forced to make some tough choices. while most nicholas sparks movies are considered "chick flicks"... the cast says this one is different... ben walker and teresa palmer says: " how dare you, what, that's sexiest,
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that is sexiest to say that men can't enjoy a movie about falling in love, even if me as a man am sometimes bottled up, it's takes a movie like this to losen up alittle bit. nicholas sparks and tom welling says: "it's not like the longest ride or the last song or a walk to remember or dear john, except there are threads of familiarity, except it's different, it feels different. they also offered some good dating advice... nicholas sparks and tom welling says: " don't use your phone at dinner, if your on a date put your phone down, put it away and actually have a human interaction. / i would say the most important think is just be honest. stars ben walker and teresa palmer talked about the most romantic thing they've ever done... ben walker and teresa palmer says: "i've found scrap books and journey i did for my husband, we emailed each other for a long time, while we were falling in when we met and i collected all these emails and pasted it in these journals." ben walker and teresa palmer says: "most romantic thing you've ever done i got married and i gave a person the rest of my life and they did it in return. in hollywood, michelle pollino, fox news. a man and his horse has taken
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up why this champion horseback rider champion why this storm. coming up the internet by a man and his a man and hi horse has taken the internet by storm. coming up why this champion horseback rider is
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he became an online sensation for riding his horse wearing a dinosaur suit.but 26-year ol michael gascon is not just a viral video star.as jacque masse reports-- he is also a champion horseback rider. today i decided to horse around at gascon horsemanship he's talented skilled and dinomite "its just me and tito... me and tito against the world"michael gascon enjoys making videos like this one with his horse tito it
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with about 2 million views "i wanted to be the first person to make a viral video riding a paso fino and i've been working on it for about a year."but gascon is known for more than just his goofy personality he's a championship horseback rider and comes from generations of horseback riders so we put his skills to the test "i tried out horseback riding for myself but decided it wasn't for me. but for michael its part of his lifestyle." "everyday i have more and more passion and fire for it i spend all day everyday on horseback."gascon also performs in all around the country he gets to show off tito tricks which include jumping rope and kicking soccer balls "he'll be going in a pitch black arena he's been in movie sets he's just a well rounded horse"and at the end of the day michael says its all about the bond he shares with his best friend "he's a diva. he's a movie
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it's about time the taco...camam out of its shellll unleash the power of dough. give i it pop. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough.
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disturbance passes east of us this morning. highpressure builds into the area from the southwest tonight...andstays in the general area through saturday. a storm system moves well south of us saturday night into sunday. thank you for choosing good day virginia.it's friday,
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benjamin. and i'm january keaton. in lynchburg-the former treasurer of the p-t-a for paul munro elementary surrendered to police yesterday for allegedly embezzling 31 thousand dollars of the organization's money. police say jennifer marie musick- served on the p-t-a from august 2012 to september 2015. thats when they say the embezzlement happened. prosecutors indicted musick on 6 counts of embezzlement on monday. dan and gil harrington lost their daughter morgan to the hands of a murderer in 2009. since then they have worked in an effort to save the next girl from such a fate.last night the couple hosted the docs for morgan basketball game.as wfxr's solina lewis tells us, the game came at a time when the community is still healing from another tragedy in which a young girl was murdered. 00-05 10-15 with all the tragedy out of blacksburg this week the harrington's say this game couldn't come at a better time to show the community
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can be light...."we try to prevent predatory violence and when it happens we try to respond in the best possible way"since their daughter's murder 6 years ago, the harrington's have been active in trying to prevent violence from sexual predators, along with a non profit called help save the next girl, they host an event called docs for morgan, a basketball game where doctors play against med school students, the money raised goes towards a scholarship for medical students...the harrington's have raised a quarter of a million dollars for the fund so far...and as parents of a child who was murdered, they say they know what the lovell's are going through "that's the medicine, that's the medicine, that's what does it, they're still holding us up until we're able to get our feet under ourselves" looklive:"gil harrington said she wanted to send a message to lovell's family, saying that healing is possible with
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for more information on how you can get involved with "help save the next girl" head to our website virginia first dot com. president obama is calling for a new ten-dollar-per-barrel tax on oil.on oil.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 taxed.even so, the proposal is unlikely to get through a republican- controlled congress.the u-s imported seven-point-four million barrels of oil per-day in november... down from ten million barrels-per-day at the end of 2005. google fiber is giving high speed internet to thousands of low-income americans for free. the company says it intends to wire select public housing buildings in all of the cities
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on wednesday in kansas city, missouri. up to 13-hundred households in the city will receive a free 1000 megabits per second subscription you add that up with today's prices, google fiber will be giving away more than a million dollars a year in services in kansas city alone. this is part of a plan launched by the white house last summer aimed at connecting low-income households to the internet. strong upper disturbance passes east of us this morning. highpressure builds into the area from the southwest tonight...andstays in the general area through saturday. a storm system moves well south of us saturday
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worries over the zika virus is causing one state to take extra precautions.. and those same concerns has gotten the attention of the american red cross. we'll tell you what their asking for
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virginia. concern is mounting over growing reports of zika virus inside the united states.the symptoms of zika can be very mild...but, the virus potential impact on unborn children can be devasting... it's such a concern in one state--they're declaring it a health emergency. reid binion has that report. florida "we're going to get ahead of this. just like in a hurricane, what we always say to ourselves is we're going to prepare for the worst and hope for the best."florida governor
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state's response to the zika virus to preparing for a hurricane...officials are expanding florida's public health emergency declaration to a fifth county......as reports of infection continue to grow.. florida "yesterday we had nine cases. today, florida has 12 zika cases."the primary carrier of zika - the aedes egyptiae mosquito - known as an aggressive biter... "it's very adapted to the urban environment, it lives extremely well in your home." and florida isn't the only u.s. state facing the threat. more than a dozen now have confirmed cases of zika.... including warm-weather states where mosquitos thrive, like... ...california......florida... ...and hawaii......where the first u-s case of a newborn suffering brain damage linked to zika was reported this week. it comes as world health officials express concern that the global expansion of zika may continue "i think it's quite prudent to predict that zika will continue to spread around the world, 30 countries today, and that number could increase significantly."i'm reid binion, reporting. and speaking of the zika
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is asking that potential blood donors who have recently travelled to zika infected countries--wait. a red cross spokesperson says those donors should wait twenty-eight days before giving blood. they also ask people who give blood --and than later develop symptoms of the zika virus within fourteen days of their donation to notify the red cross so their blood can be quarantined. despite these precautionary measures the red cross stresses the chances of zika infected blood donations remain low in the u-s. s (singing) i just can't wait to meet you, sweet child you're on the way, i'm filled with expectation, and you're
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strong upper disturbance passes east of us this morning. highpressure builds into the area from the southwest tonight...andstays in the general area through saturday. a storm system moves well south of us saturday night into sunday. today...sunny. highs in the upper 30s. northwest winds 15 to20 mph. gusts up to 40 mph...decreasing to 30 mph this afternoon.wind chill values as low as 10 above this morning..tonight...mostly clear. lows in the lower 20s. northwest winds around 10 mph in the
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highs in the mid 40s. light and variablewinds...becoming southwest around 10 mph in the afternoon..saturday night...partly cloudy. lows in the upper 20s. light and variable winds. .sunday...mostly sunny. highs in the upper 40s. northwest windsaround 10 mph..sunday night...mostly clear in the evening...then becomingpartly cloudy. lows around 30..monday and monday night...mostly cloudy with rain likely with a chance of snow. little or no snow accumulation. highs around 40.lows in the upper 20s. chance of precipitation 60 percent..tuesday...mostly cloudy. a chance of snow in the morning...thena chance of snow showers in the afternoon. highs in the upper30s. chance of snow 30 percent..tuesday night and wednesday...mostly cloudy. lows in the lower20s. highs in the mid 30s. wind chill values as low as 10 above..wednesday night and thursday...partly cloudy. lows around 20.highs in the mid 30s. wind chill values as low as 5 above. good news for fans of the series "sleepy hollow." the popular show returns on tonight. fox's julie banderas has a preview. are not stupid duration:2:04 the supernatural scares, action-packed thrills, and century-jumping jokes of "sleepy hollow" return february 5th on fox. the story picks up where the midseason finale left off...with a big question over abbie mills' fate. appelman says: "we left the midseason finale on a really big cliffhanger with abbie seemingly sacrificing herself to save jenny and crane and joe, and the rest of
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entire so we're definitely going to be picking up with sort of the ramifications of that." stars lyndie greenwood and zach appelman say they love that at the heart of this show - there are really strong relationships.appelman says: "my favorite thing about sh is that alongside the supernatural crazy elements it's rooted in really really strong realistic human relationships with abbie and crane and jenny and joe." greenwood says: "but let's be honest a big part of sleepy hollow is the monsters and i love monsters so that's actually one of my favorite parts." they shared a fun behind-the-scenes fact about their monster co-stars... appelman says: "the guys and girls sometimes they bring in to play the monsters, are always like the nicest people in the world so you'll see them on set and they are in this grotesque horrible 6'5 terrifying, and then you meet them in the lunch line and they're like "oh have you tried the chicken?" lyndie: got some great behind the scenes photos of monsters, sort of half dressed, like their gloves are gone or whatever." as for what's coming up as the show gets back to business?greenwood says: "we do see the kindred, fan favorite monster, happy to bring that back. the jersey devil which has always been an
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not stupid that was julie bandera reporting. and you can find out what's next for the characters on sleepy hollow you can find out reporting. and bandera that was julie bandera reporting. and you can find out what's next for the characters what's next for you can find out reporting. and bandera that was julie that was julie bandera reporting. and you can find out what's next for the
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tonight right here on wfxr what do you call it when the donald throws a tantrum? trumpertantrum!jeanne moos has trump's reaction to the newly coined word. the donald likes to put his name on things...but when trump lashed out at the cruz campaign after coming in second in iowa....donald trump/ presidential candidate "oh that voter fraud..."it was cruz who put trump's name into
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ted cruz/ presidential candidate"or, if you like, yet another trumpertantrum." trumpertantrum was an instant hit."it's spelled t- r-u-m-p-e-r-t-a-n-t-r-u-m it is the word of the day "trumpertantrum.""it's yet another trumpertantrum." #trumpertantrum started to trend.and attached to it were the usual assortment of doctored photos....lots of crybabies...not to mention a creepy crybaby. trump as rambo.the silence of the trumpertantrum. a self-described guitar poet even sang a song... "trumpertantrum. trumpertantrum.""so who actually dreamed up the word "trumpertantrum"? apparently it was ted himself."the cruz campaign told cnn it was "all cruz"...that it "just came to him."chris christie likewise tried to coin a name for rival marco rubio, whom christie accuses of being scripted and controlled by handlers.... presidential candidate"he kinda reminds me of the boy in the bubble. let's get the boy in the bubble out of the bubble.""you know who the boy in the bubble is up here." "this comes from chris christie aka the bubble."but did donald trump throw a tantrum when he heard this? presidential candidate and anderson cooper"he did say that you had a trumpertantrum, ever heard that phrase?""ha ha i haven't. i love that phrase." "you could trademark it.""blah blah that's good. i'm gonna trademark it."and if you ever feel a trump-inspired tantrum coming on, don't blow your top, blow a trumpet.....at the top of the donald. a swedish ad agency created this for fun. how do you say "trumpertantrum' in swedish?
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"trumpertantrum" strong upper disturbance passes east of us this morning. highpressure builds into the area from the southwest tonight...and >> jason: all right, coming up on the last hour of "good day, virginia". i don't know if we can top the donald trump thing. 7 but feels like in hot springs 8 . 20s and 30s elsewhere. bundle up. it is cold out there! when you head out to work or running errands this morning, you're going to need the jacket and the hat and gloves and the whole 9 yards. take the sunglasses, too. we'll see the sunshine as we head into the afternoon.
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