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deadly. caughtdown to conclave. roman catholic cardinals start to set their secretary meeting to pick a new pope. do any americans have a shot? live in rome. a huge week there. those live pictures if you can listen in, you can hear the bells ringing. [ bells chiming ] we are hour as way from that conclave starting on tuesday and that question will there be an american pope? it's gaining steam this morning. david wright will have a live report for us. this morning, a new twist in a case many parents find infuriating. the couple who briefly lost custody of their children after employees at walmart turned them in to the cops over their baby pictures. we'll tell you what's going on in that case coming up. but we'll start with the "gma" exclusive, a boy really lucky to be alive after a plane crashed into the side of his house and missed him by a matter of feet. look at this video. this morning he's telling his story and only to us. here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: this morning
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investigators want to know why this small plane suddenly fell from the sky, slamming into the side of this home just outside seattle. miraculously missing teenager talon corn and a friend inside only feet away. >> i was sitting in my house and i hear a long bang and i'm like, thunder, i don't know why i was thinking thunder and i look outside and i look down and there's the wing right down below the window and i was right there too. i didn't realize how close i was to hitting to me. >> reporter: the pilot identified by abc affiliate k komotv as jay wistala killed. his teenager nephew on board survived air lifted to the hospital. >> it sounded weird. it sounded -- it was loud. >> reporter: the four-seat plane crashed through the garage door. but korn and his friend playing video games in a room above the garage escaped unharmed.
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>> i was, you know, kind of in a rush. i fotold my friend call 911 and wanted to see if i could see anything. >> reporter: before impact witnesses say the plane's engine was sputtering the propeller had stopped. the ntsb and faa are now investigating. >> i feel very lucky because if that -- if it hadn't hit where it did and hit like ten feet up i would have been done. >> reporter: a deadly crash so close to being much worse. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, dennis rodman. >> wow, what a lucky kid. well, we'll turn now to weather and after battering the west another brutal storm is now heading into the midwest with almost a dozen states in its path. meteorologist ginger zee is here with the details. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, bianna. good morning, everybody. we want to start with dennis rodman. had denver, 16 inches. parts of minnesota even picking up around 5 and now it all moves to the north and east. but i'll show you pics from
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denver. 600 flights were canceled. some of them smaller planes but either way it was definitely disruptive then, of course, this went to minnesota and that's where you'll see pictures from right there. so it's not just in colorado but, of course, areas to the north and east and this is how the low is going to move. watch with me here as it goes up into parts of wisconsin, and, of course, iowa, i des moines going to get hit then wausau right in there too. how much? 4 to 6 inches. north and east of des moines you could be in the 8 plus area. wausau up to marquette, michigan, all the spots that get the snow today and in the front end of this whole storm it would be rain. some of the heaviest rain happening where they had snow and there will be flooding issues flood watches there. i'll have much more coming up in your nation's weather. for now back to bianna. >> thank you. we'll turn to a daring mission to save a racing crew on a sailboat ripped apart by crashing waves. the coast guard lunch launched a dramatic rescue by air after the six sailors on board sent out a
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mayday call. abc's gio benitez is here with the details. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. the boat and its crew were part of a popular overnight sailboat race but as you're about to see what what started as fund ended in tragedy. you're looking at a sailboat wrecked on the beach of an island off the southern california coast. with the crew members stranded on that island, the coast guard moved in for a dramatic rescue. >> it was quite dark. seas were anywhere from 6 to 8 feet. styes as high as 10 to 12. >> reporter: the rescuers came shortly after this boat christened "uncontrollable urge" lost control friday night while competing in a sailboat race. all six crew members were pulled into the helicopter from the island's beach but 36-year-old father and husband, craig thomas williams had already died. williams, a member of the silver gate yacht club was an avid sailor. seen here chatting with friends on a boat in november. >> they were not able to
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maintain troechl. it was just too windy and the boat was just moving and rolling too violently. >> reporter: before the race the captain of the sailboat james gilmore tweeted this "gonna see what this boat can do and first race on new urge." >> to have one of our top racers go out, have it end in tragedy, the loss of life, the trauma to the entire crew. >> reporter: "uncontrollable urge" was 1 of 40 vessels in this year's race fighting their way to make it through 139-nautical mile course from long beach to san diego. the mayday same from the san clemente island. >> this was an excellently prepared boat. the fact we didn't lose six was testament to the fact they had safety equipment on board, that they followed the procedures. could have been a much worse scenario. >> reporter: and we just learned another sailboat in the same race issued a mayday call just hours later. that boat lost steering but the coast guard was able to tow it
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safely back to shore. nobody was seriously hurt, dan. >> gio, thank you for your reporting. inside the vatican there are secret discussions going on, coalitions being formed and a lot of praying too as cardinals from all over the world get ready to lock themselves inside the sistine chapel for the ancient ritual known as the conclave. we could know the name of the new pope by this time next week. could it be an american? david wright is once again in rome for us. david, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. the pope surveillance obviously the worldwide leader of catholicism and cardinals who elect him come from 50 different countries but at least symbolically this is a local election. among the other titles, the bishop of rome elected by the roman clergy. rome has more churches than any other city. enough so that every cardinal has a roman church assigned to him where he's technically the pastor. today, the princes of the church fanned out becoming parish
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priests again ahead of the conclave. on tuesday, they'll shut the doors of the sistine chapel for the solemn process of choosing the next bishop of rome. >> i think it depends which cardinal you talk to. i think there's a mix. >> reporter: greg burke the vatican's senior media adviser says be prepared this may not be a short conclave. >> i don't think they're in any huge hurry. it's obviously a monumental decision they have to make. ♪ >> reporter: indeed there are reports of deep divisions in the ranks. >> the two factions supposedly are the roman party and the reform party. >> reporter: on one side the roman political machine, eager to preserve their fifedoms and drafted a dominican cardinal. >> shearer is close to the roman curia. >> reporter: the reformers led by the americans who want a sheriff to clean up after the scandals possibly even one of
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them. south african cardinal will fred napier agrees it's time for the papacy to look far beyond europe and told us he'd like to see a pope from the developing world. >> reporter: and the americans? >> unfortunately, no one will be too keen to have an american pope because they say he might be dominated by the american government. >> reporter: napier spoke with us this weekend despite the gag order on voting cardinals speaking with the press age told us he's going into the conclave with a couple of names in mind. he says the first ballot is really like a shotgun blast scattering a lot of names and after that, the factions begin to coalesce around second, third choices people who seem to be getting traction. dan? >> so many questions about whether this will be a short or long conclave. david wright, you know you will be there covering it. diane sawyer will be anchoring abc news special conclave, the papal conclave clugz tchoosing
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the new pope. >> back home, the president willing lunching on capitol hill as part of a major charm offensive aimed at finding a resolution to those budget cuts that go by the weird name of sequester. >> the big question is will it work? let's go to george stephanopoulos host of abc's "this week" for answers. good morning. so, george, what do you make of the change in strategy on the president's part going from not communicating with republican leaders at all to wining and dining them. >> we'll see. it'll take some time motivated by two thing, the outside game at least in the short term wasn't working for the president. trying to raise all these alarms about the sequester but it didn't seem to be taking hold because people haven't felt it yet and number two now that the sequester actually has kicked in, there's no other option but to try to build these relationships and see what can come of it but right now you have the republican leadership and the president at odds over the issue of whether taxes can be part of any grand bargain. that could possibly only change as we get through the summer, as
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we see the effects of these spending kits and as they approach the next big dead open line. always a deadline or cliff coming. this one is over the debt limit again, the nation runs out of its borrowing authorities sometime in summer. that could be the forcing mechanism. >> governments by cliff. overnight another report ashley judd, movie star turnmayp into the race to face mitch mcconnell. could she win? >> she's definitely looking at it. no question about that. they're saying if she decides to run she'll announce it around the date of the kentucky derby. the difficulties for her she doesn't live in kentucky where she's going to run. but republicans are taking this very seriously. they have already run ads against ashley judd in kentucky pointing out she doesn't live there. taking things she said in the past that might not appeal to kentucky voters and take her seriously and know any long-term incumbent right now faces the
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threat of defeat. she's an outsider. that's for sure so she's taking a hard look at it. republicans are taking a hard look too. we'll know in the next few weeks. >> we've seen that transition before. interesting to watch. thanks, george. very familiar name on george's show, former florida governor and possible republican presidential candidate jeb bush will be his guest coming up on "this week" later this morning. >> george with another big show. a lot of news breaking overnight and we turn to mr. ron claiborne doing well despite one fewer -- >> i'll make it. i don't know about you. good morning to you, dan and bianna. good morning. the california wildlife sanctuary where a worker was killed is re-opening today, cat haven will let people back in days after 24-year-old dianna hanson, an intern there, was killed by a lion. a letter sent by her mother to the private zoo will be read at the re-opening. hanson's family has said her death was a tragic accident and their view and the animal park is not to blame.
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federal regulators are investigating an incident, the tip of this clipped a jetblue aircraft parked at a gate. no one hurt but the jetblue passengers had to be taken off that aircraft and transferred to a different plane. there have been seven similar incidents in the past two years. former south african president nelson mandela is back in the hospital this morning. the 94-year-old anti-apartheid leader was admitted saturday for a scheduled checkup. doctors say there's no cause for alarm. but they have said the same thing in the past only to reveal later his condition was more serious than they first let on. and queen elizabeth is set to make history tomorrow. she will sign a new charter backing equal rights including gay rights and gender equality in every commonwealth nation. it will be the first time in her 61-year rule that the queen is supporting gay rights. the historic pledge is seen as a sign she supports new laws giving an equal path to the throne for boys and girls.
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a baseball game call it a base brawl game between canada and mexico turned very ugly last night in arizona. several fights erupted on the field and the benches cleared. a baseball tradition after a canadian player was hit by a pitch and the world baseball classic, seven players were ejected from that game. fights broke out in the stands and a compareden coach was hit in the face. you see it there. water bottle thrown from the crowd. quite a may lay there in arizona. finally, british researchers have, well, they have a new theory about the origins of stonehenge. it may have been a place to party and also a cemetery. or a place to party and then die, i guess. the researchers believe the ancient stone circle is originally for mass celebration and also a graveyard. there, of course, have been other theories of the rock monument including a place of worship and astronomical observatory. a place to party. >> we just love your interpretations, ron. >> these are facts. not interpretations.
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>> all right, ron. thank you. >> we'll turn to the case that has literally ripped a family apart. parents are suing wal-mart after the store falsely accused them of taking pornographic pictures of their daughters that were fun, innocent bathtime photos. they wound up losing custody of their kids and say the mix-up has made their life a night their. tanya rivero has that story. >> reporter: good morning. the daymaries are hoping their four-year legal with walmart will finally be resolved by an appeals court in the weeks ahead and get their lives back on track. overnight walmart tells abc news its employees did the right thing when they reported anthony and lisa daymarie to the authorities over these and other bathtime photos of their three daughters fearing the images were pornographic. in a statement the retail giant says "we believe our associates acted appropriately in notifying authorities, who then decided whether to investigate."
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>> it was a nightmare. it was unbelievable. >> reporter: that nightmare began in 2009 when they went to this walmart in peoria, arizona to develop family vacation photos. >> one is three of the girls laying down on a towel with their arms around each other and we thought it was so cute. >> reporter: the three young girls, the baby just 18 months old at the time were taken away by child protective services. but a medical exam showed no signs of abuse. and a judge ruled the pictures armless. >> i think everybody agreed there was no such sexual intent. >> reporter: 9 children came home over a month later. the damage was done. >> we went on to a central registry for sex offenders. >> 90% of the families out there in america have the same same photos. there's nothing to them. >> reporter: they fought back suing walmart. but lost the first round when a judge ruled employees can't be held liable for reporting
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suspected child pornography. now the couple is appealing to a higher court. their lawyer telling abc news "walmart was negligent giving untrained clerks tremendous power over the lives of their customers." >> reporter: as crazy as what it seeps what you consider to be the most beautiful, innocent pictures of your children can be perceived as something very perverted. >> reporter: now what this legal battle boils down to is this arizona law protecting employees who report suspected child abuse in good faith. while the parents claim walmart failed to warn customers their photos would be judged by untrained employees no word yet on when the appeals court will have a final decision. >> such a tricky case, thank you. the national forecast now and get it back to ginger zee. good morning again. >> time for severe weather season and that's how we begin in decatur, texas, pictures of hail yesterday up to 3-inch hail but you don't see that but plenty of big stuff.
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severe studios getting the best of that thank you for that. thunderstorm activity from houston to alexandria and new orleans, west of new orleans so watch out. north of them they get the rain and north and east the warmth. watch this. boston, remember, gets over a foot of snow, just at the end of the week and now 53 as they start the workweek. new york city, into the mid-50s tomorrow. august of us kind of warming up at least for a day or two. it's spring. we've got to flip and flop. in florida a nice day ahead, 70s and 80s for a lot of folks but big rough rough of. 5 to 15-foot waves. denver, a half foot and look at them on tuesday, 60 degrees.
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>> if i could take any of you on a trip i would take you to the great lakes because even in the winter we just get beautiful things. lake erie, looks like a beautiful glacier, my dog used to run on those and still swim in the water, in maine they haven't had full zero, 0.0 sky cover for a month, 88 inches of snow. three feet above average so yesterday they got it. thanks for sending that in. just like both of you, they got the sunshine. >> so sweet. >> so happy. we've missed you. >> thank you, ginger. all right now to a much less tweet story. we'll talk about boxing. history overnight, a 48-year-old fighter taking on a guy 17 years his junior and winning >> that's right, bernard hopkins
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an inspiration to the over 40 crowd not hang up his gloves just yet. darren rovell has the story. >> reporter: how old is too old? apparently not 48 years old. >> victory is sweeter than honey. >> reporter: as bernard hopkins became a champion once again last night. >> hopkins is stepping on the gas. >> reporter: it was a moment that never would have happened had he listened to his mother's dying wish that came a decade ago. don't fight past 40. >> right hand by hopkins again. >> reporter: oh, well. >> my mother would say get the hell out of that ring and don't go in there again. i probably wouldn't be boxing. i probably would be gone ten years ago. >> reporter: this was hopkins last night at the ripe old age of 48 beating tovoris cloud previously undefeated in a 24-fight career. hopkins counteracting the strength of a man 17 years his junior. >> six rounds to three, bernard
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hopkins. >> reporter: but deftly moving around his opponent's munches using his vast library of his experience to school the youngster. with a unanimous decision from the three judges, hopkins had a title belt in his hands once again. in the process he became the oldest boxing champion in history beating his own record that he set two years ago. when you hear of 25-year pro athletic careers they're usually golfers and tennis players but a boxer? >> oh! >> reporter: that hopkins is still in the ring is amazing, but what is even more remarkable is that he even made it to this age. >> it's a lot of victories that i had over the years, but this will mean more because i'm older. and 5-0 is around the corner. >> reporter: when hopkins was 17 he began serving a 4 1/2-year prison sentence. behind bars boxing became his release. and eventually his meal ticket. >> good right hand by hopkins.
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>> reporter: when an older athlete comes back, it often doesn't have this kind of ending. for "good morning america," i'm darren rovell in brooklyn. >> makes me feel better about being over 40. coming up here on the broadcast a different kind of sports story, the high school softball coach after sending his girl players out to find him dates. hear how he got busted. the only child of kim basinger and alec baldwin, and her deal. justin timberlake with a cavalcade of stars to keep him company. much more "gma" coming up after this. ever since mom and dad have been working with viva,
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♪ up untilny she's proud to be best known for getting into a public and nasty fight with her dad. alec baldwin but that is way in the past. now the only child of baldwin and kim basinger locked down a major new deal. we'll tell you what's next for ireland baldwin coming up in this half hour of "gma." good morning, everybody. i'm dan harris. >> i'm bianna golodryga. it's sunday, march 10th. she is such a beautiful girl. also ahead this morning speaking of alec baldwin, he was with singer, actor and show stealer justin timberlake who made another memorable appearance and this time he has big name friends by his side on "saturday night live." >> if you're feeling a little sluggish from moving the clocks ahead overnight here's a story to cheer you up. the story behind the dancing grandmother. there she is. ♪ yeah. >> and wait. >> she can move and the story is
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coming up in "fixation." >> wait till you hear what she has to say. >> she works -- >> yes. >> but we'll start this half hour with the girls high school softball coach in trouble for sending his players out to find him dates. the coach is accused of using the team to help him meet women and abc's ty hernandez is here. >> accused of making a game out of it for his young teammates but it backfired when the potential love match they found for their coach decided she wasn't going to play along. it seemed innocent enough to cat aguard at first. she was doing her job at a sporting goods store when high school girls came in. >> they were all just kind of laughing and being loud and ask the me if they could get my phone number and take a picture of me for their coach. >> reporter: what aagard didn't know coach 25-year-old troy henim had sent the girls himself on a so-called scavenge injure
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hunt to find him dates. >> i'll help him out and it didn't really cross my mind what they had asked me. >> reporter: aagard shared these text messages with abc news which she says are from him. right away he fesses up to use his players to help with the game. right, genius, great way to meet a girl, use my girls, lol. >> i was a little flattered by the attention, but i was unsure. >> reporter: aagard carried on the conversation for over an hour at one point asking about work, quote, what do you teach? he answered special education earning some praise from aagard who said ooo, caregiver, nice. >> he was definitely coming on strong. >> reporter: at one point she compliments this photo saying, mmm, is that muscles i see? but then a change of heart. this message, go read your bible if you're a creeper. so what happened next? aagard says a quick internet
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search led him to local stories about departure from a coaching position at another school in lake washington. >> reporter: they reportedly found no cause to discipline hennim for disciplining a student in 2012. by the next season he was no longer on staff. aagard says after learning this she reported him to roosevelt high school's principal and seattle public schools confirmed that's when the softball coach just six days into his job was placed on unpaid leave. he has not responded to numerous phone calls and e mates "but the seattle times" says he resigned his position with roosevelt high. >> creepy story, all right, thank you. time to go back to ron for a look at the other stories making headlines. >> all right, bianna and dan, good morning. in the nefrns chuck haig surveillance meeting with hamid karzai this morning part of
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hagel's first official overseas visit. earlier this morning karzai lashed out at the u.s. suggesting that the u.s. is working to keep coalition troops in his country past 2014. in italy, cardinals preparing for tuesday's papal conclave held mass today each in a church assigned to each one of them in rome. many vatican watchers are warning the divisions in the church could make for a long conclave. 26, the 40-mile trek from newtown to washington, d.c. on saturday honoring the 26 victims of the sandy hook emmen tri school massacre trying to raise awareness. tiger woods has a four-stroke lead heading into the final round of the cadillac championship in florida. woods has never lost by that much. time now for the weather and over to ginger zee. >> good morning, everybody. we want to start with blizzard
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warnings in kansas and nebraska coming from the same storm that brought the snow to denver. time lapse, watch this. it goes from nothing to almost a half foot. in some places even more. more than a into the in a lot of the mountains so we love time lapses. please do send them. from kansas to nebraska today into iowa and parts of wisconsin. the heart north and east of des moines but rain and then thunderstorms on the front end of it. this is is a pretty long lengthy system but not going to make it to the northeast yet. a very nice day in store. if you are in washington, d.c., philadelphia, new york, you'll be in the 50s to near 60 in d.c., portland, maine, almost 40 degrees. i'll leave you the look across the nation, snow.
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>> this weather report last been brought to you by activia. dan and bianna? >> ginger is a huge fan of j.t., justin timberlake trending on twitter. >> a many. >> on twitter because he made his return to late night tv hosting last night's ""snl"" for a fifth time. >> he earned a reputation for going all out every time he does the show and last night was no exception. this time he had plenty of friends getting in on the act and when it came time to sing, well, timberlake was joined by none other than jay-z who is also touring with him. ♪ justin back ♪ ♪ oh south guy and this one about to rack ♪ ♪ >> quick verdict, ginger, did you like what you see? >> yeah, i love how he was just dancing with him. it was really jay-z so i've got
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♪ her mother was a famous model who went on to win an oscar and dad a big-time actor. >> now the daughter of kim basinger and alec baldwin, ireland baldwin is the latest celebrity offspring to get into show business. linzie janis has details. good morning, linzie. >> looks like she'll follow her mother's footstep, ultra talented parents into the spotlight signing with img, supermodel tyra banks. she can't wait to get started. the announcement making headlines all weekend, 17-year-old ireland baldwin is all grown up and quite literal ready for the camera. 6'2" tall bombshell saying she'll follow in her mother's
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footsteps signing a modeling contract. ireland shown here towering over her mother recently tweeted i'm blessed, happy and ready to work. until now the young boardty was known for that nasty voice mail left for her father calling her a rude little, well, never mind. that was five years ago and while she may have patched it up with dear old dad she's not forgetting her very fortunate genes from mom. tweeting this to kim basinger on her 59th birthday in december. mom, you still look like you're 17 and it's kind of embarrassing standing next to you. hopefully someday i will adopt your cheekbones and your overall beauty inside and out. ireland is just the latest in a spring of hollywood daughters and sons getting paid for their picture-perfect genes. 10-year-old kye ya gerber, daughter of cindy crawford recently modeled for young versace and was featured in this jcpenney ad.
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dannielynn berk, the son of anna nicole smith is taking a cue from her late mother and becoming the new face of guess kids and romeo beckham appears made for the cameras beaming in this burberry campaign. >> there are a lot of cute kids in the world but no kid brings the immediate value that a celebrity kid brings. there's an instant recognizability, even if this they don't know the kid they certainly know the parents. >> reporter: ireland baldwin no longer a cute kid knows the kind of woman she wants to be tweeting on saturday, blessed to have the mom i do. she'll be hoping to be blessed with a long and successful career just like her. >> well, ireland recently spoke to "teen" magazine, "teen vogue" saying when i was young i'd fight everyone who insisted that i'd be an actress saying, no i'd be a veterinarian. she says recently she gave in and realized it's something she wants to work towards. >> she doesn't have to give up working with cats and dogs. >> she can do both.
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>> i was impressed how nice she was to her mom. >> a nice relationship. >> good for her. >> at least on twitter. coming up on "gma" we'll get serious. take a look at what happens with this puppy seeings himself in the mirror for the first time this. is coming up on "fixation" after a quick break. ♪ i always feel like somebody is watching me ♪ [ crisp crunches ] [ rumbling ] [ crisp crunches ] whoo-hoo-hoo! guess it was. [ male announcer ] pringles, bursting with more flavor. what happens when delicious cheese and five grains combine with the great taste of pringles? introducing new pringles multigrain. ♪
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♪ you are an obsession you're my obsession ♪ >> all right, time now for "fixation" where we show you stories, images and videos that ron picked out for us -- >> all night. i had an hour less time. so -- >> dan, you're up first. >> all right, falsely identified this dog as a he. it's actuality a she. her name is fiona and lives in l.a. this is her first time seeing herself in a mirror. check it out. ♪ i always feel like somebody's
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watching me ♪ i'm out of here. that's actually a reaction i had at 3:45 a.m. when i got up and looked at myself in the mirror. >> okay. here's one i found scouring the interwebs, as dan likes to say. this is a high school kicker, placekicker and this guy launches. check this out. a 70-yard field goal. >> no way. >> which -- >> is that fake? >> that's not fake, but 70 yards. nfl record, by the way, 63 yards. some astute viewers online noticed the wind is a little bit behind him so a little wind -- but still 70 yard. >> impressive. >> very impressive. >> you know what else is impressive. >> what? >> 88-year-old nana who knows how to dance. take a look. ♪ listen. she has something to say too. >> oh, i could dance all [ bleep ] day. >> i'd love to know what -- >> use your imagination.
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>> -- was bleeped out. >> thanks for that nana. >> she can really move. >> she might have enjoyed a few cocktails here and there in her life so have many of us in a solo cup. >> talk about a segue. >> where are you going with that. >> toby keith made -- a whole new song about red color cups and just honoring the red colored cups someone else has made the classier version. you can have -- >> amazing. disappeared in front of us. >> a martini in a red solo cup. a margarita. >> class up any party. >> i'm bringing these homes. >> thanks shg, toby. if there's a story, picture other video you can't get enough us, tweet us. tweet ron. >> try to. >> find the handle. >> join the campaign to get ron into the 21st century in joining twitter. he refuse. >> that's what we're all fighting. >> online petition. maybe i'll read it if somebody
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>> good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, march 10th. let's get started with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. hi, everyone, from our roof camera temperatures in the 40s it's clear and criminal in. the sun not coming up until 7: 7:28. hopefully you set your clock ail head this morning. and at our coast just about 60 dealings. we will still have the on shore flow but it shouldn't be as strong. we will warm up into the lower 70s around the bay. numbers dropping so it should be
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miles after the sun sets of a 7:00. we will talk about a spring-like week ahead. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. it is back, sunday streets. it allows pedestrian to take over city streets. we are live along the embarcadero where all sorts of activities are going to take place, including a preview of next month's opening of the new exploratorium. >> that's right, carolyn. good morning to you. and luckily, as lisa said, it will be a beautifuldale because there's so much to do. so many places outdoors on the piers. pedestrian, bicyclists and families can enjoy the city on their feet.


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