The fires in Colorado have gone from bad to worse, knocking at suburban doors, and sending families on the run. It makes you ask, what would you do? For example: one woman reports not only did she have to get her family out but her animals too. That includes a donkey. Where do you go with that?! She's among the 30,000 people who had to get out of the fire’s way.
If you'd like to help those affected by the blazes, check today's 'As Seen On Morning Express' for links to relief organizations provided by Impact Your World.
"Debby" is dying out. But the floods from what used to be that tropical storm have not. And now, we are talking beyond our Florida viewers in terms of who is getting rain. Bob has the latest.
The woman responsible for hits like ‘When Harry Met Sally’ and ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ has died. Nora Ephron was 71.
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