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00:00:00The feds swarm in to check out a potential nuclear threat.
00:00:07>>> Slainte means cheers in gaelic.
00:00:14 paddy's day.
00:00:17I'm natasha curry.
00:00:18Thanks for joining us on with the weekend express".
00:00:23>>> You'll hear the verdict for the two teens accused of raining a 16-year-old girl.
00:00:27The trial in steubenville, ohio wrapped up yesterday.
00:00:32The victim herself got on the stand.
00:00:35Poppy harlow was there.
00:00:36>> After four long days of testimony, some of it very emotional in the steubenville, ohio rape trial which has captured the nation's attention and some say divided this town.
00:00:49The fate of these two boys lays in the hand of the judge.
00:00:56They rested their case on saturday night after the alleged victim took the stand and testified for about two hours.
00:01:02That 16-year-old girl saying she does not remember much of that night in august when these alleged rapes occurred.
00:01:09The prosecution and the defense after that both making their closing arguments.
00:01:13I want you to take a listen to some of what they said.
00:01:17You'll hear first from the defense team, first from the lawyer for trent maze.
00:01:24>> No one calls the police.
00:01:25No one calls the alleged victim's parents.
00:01:28No one calls their own parents.
00:01:31No one even contacts anyone.
00:01:33Why is that?
00:01:34Are these all bad kids?
00:01:36>> There's no dna of malik richmond anywhere.
00:01:42Anywhere.
00:01:42>> Reporter: And the prosecution making its case in front of the court saying in its closing argument, this is not a case about consent but rather a case of substantial impairment.
00:01:52Just how drunk, how impaired was this 16-year-old girl on that night back in august when these alleged rapes occurred?
00:02:00>> This case isn't about social media.
00:02:03This case isn't about big red football.
00:02:07This case is about a 16-year-old girl who was taken advantage of, toyed with and humiliated.
00:02:15And it's time that the people who did that to her are held responsible.
00:02:21>> Reporter: Now, this is a bench trial, meaning that it is the judge, not a jury, that will make the final decision.
00:02:26And if these two boys are found guilty, because they are juveniles, the maximum sentence they could get is until they are 21 years old.
00:02:35Poppy harlow, cnn, steubenville, ohio.
00:02:39>>> Right now, pope francis is delivering his first angeles prayer as pope.
00:02:47He held mass earlier this morning.
00:02:55Angelus prayer is a special one.
00:02:55The first one is special because he was just elected last week.
00:02:59There are always big crowds for those prayers.
00:03:02Even more people are expected to show up today.
00:03:04Some people made a really long trip to see the pope.
00:03:07Dan rivers met up with them in rome and he'll talk about that in the next half hour.
00:03:12>>> Shock and horror at a california racetrack where a crash killed two people.
00:03:17It happened at marysville raceway park yesterday.
00:03:20Chase johnson was doing warmup laps yesterday and lost control of his car and crashed into the pit going about 09 miles an hour.
00:03:28A 68-year-old man and the driver's 14-year-old cousin were killed.
00:03:32Two spectators describe what they saw.
00:03:35>> He was not trying to come off the track.
00:03:37He was trying to make the corner.
00:03:39And he didn't make the corner.
00:03:42And went flying out the exit.
00:03:45It started tumbling and struck two people and a quad.
00:03:50>> It's devastating, come out to have a good time and fun, especially people in the pits you never know what's going to happen.
00:03:57It's racing, you know, racing can be dangerous.
00:03:59>> No one else was hurt.
00:04:01Investigators are looking at mechanical failure as a possible cause.
00:04:04>>> A woman's lacrosse coach and her unborn baby were killed in a bus crash yesterday.
00:04:11Christina quigley was six months pregnant with a baby boy.
00:04:14The team's bus swerved and hit a tree in southern pennsylvania.
00:04:17The team was heading from seaton hill university to a game in millersville.
00:04:21The driver was killed.
00:04:23Some of the players went to the hospital.
00:04:26Students will hold a memorial service tonight on campus.
00:04:31>> After our play we all were sent an alert and it basically said there was an accident from the women's lacrosse team and my roommate is on the lacrosse team, so I was very nervous but I did find out she's okay.
00:04:45>> Everyone's devastated by the losses.
00:04:48It almost seems like we're all coming together, you know, as a school.
00:04:52I know the baseball team is going to do something for tomorrow.
00:04:55We have a game.
00:04:57We're going to wear black wristbands, probably put stuff on, stuff like that.
00:05:01>> There was rain and snow on the road yesterday but police are not released an official cause of the crash.
00:05:08Quigley leaves behind a husband and another young son.
00:05:15>>> Happy st. patrick's day.
00:05:18>> 88 In tombstone, 76 in DENVER, 90s IN PARTS OF California, midland, texas broke a record.
00:05:28It comes to an end for some areas.
00:05:30We have the big parade in boston later on this morning.
00:05:33Still looks pleasant there.
00:05:35There's a number of festivities, really.
00:05:37We have rain and snow to talk about.
00:05:39 louis was at 73 degrees on friday.
00:05:42And now they're looking at rain/snow mix, changing over to louis, 1 to 2 inches, that slides over to cincinnati, looking at snowfall, too.
00:05:53Rain in lexington and it slides back to springfield, missouri.
00:05:57That will move up to the northeast.
00:05:59More on that in a minute.
00:06:00This is the area we're watching.
00:06:02Doesn't look exciting right now.
00:06:03Let me show you what the colors look like when we show you the watches, advisories in green.
00:06:09Blizzard conditions expected, areas of south dakota, minnesota, winter storm watches and advisories in effect.
00:06:17This is the one we talked about yesterday if you're with us.
00:06:20There it is, joining hands with energy down to the south.
00:06:23We'll watch the weather maps produce the possibility of a severe weather outbreak.
00:06:28We're not sure how widespread it will be but hail, maybe damaging winds can be expected.
00:06:33We'll get into that area in a minute.
00:06:35Here's how your monday is shaping up, sunday into monday as we watch the rain and snow change to rain?
00:06:41Cincinnati.
00:06:42Chicago, a little bit of the white stuff.
00:06:43I think it will be warm enough , mainly rainfall and we'll watch this as we get into monday afternoon, just in time for your evening drive home.
00:06:52Maybe white stuff falling in parts of new england.
00:06:54Again, that's a computer model, we're watching that one closely.
00:06:59Other than that, here's the seveeather threat for monday, jackson, over toward atlanta, possibility of strong winds with severe weather.
00:07:1036 In pittsburgh today.
00:07:11In new orleans, a chance of rain, that moves into northern areas of florida on this st. patrick's day.
00:07:21Casper, 48.
00:07:22Pacific northwest, you still have an onshore flow, 50 in seattle, mountain snows in the cascades and they're still basking in summer-like temperatures in the southwest.
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00:10:26>>> I hate to tell you this, could be getting more expensive.
00:10:31As if it wasn't already.
00:10:33Jennifer westhoven is here with the bad news.
00:10:35>> It is already absolutely.
00:10:36It's jarring to me sometimes to buy orange juice.
00:10:39This is all about trouble with the florida orange juice crop.
00:10:42And nearly all florida oranges aren't sold as oranges in the store.
00:10:46They go into making juice.
00:10:47The farmers, though, are expected to produce 139 million boxes of oranges in this harvest.
00:10:53Sounds like a lot but it's less than in the past two years.
00:10:56And it's partly because there's a citrus disease called citrus greening that's going through the orange groves, particularly the valencia oranges as well.
00:11:05That's what's biting into prices.
00:11:07>> That's tough.
00:11:08Orange juice is so many people have for breakfast.
00:11:14Egg whites, that could be really tough.
00:11:16One business is making it easier for those of us who are trying to do that.
00:11:19>> Especially for people on the go, some people say if you eat fast food you have to know it's not good.
00:11:26Sometimes you have to be on the go because of your job, work or kids.
00:11:31It's another healthy option at McDONALD'S IN THE MORNING.
00:11:34They're going to start selling AN egg McMuffin with egg whites.
00:11:38That's $250.
00:11:40That includes bacon and cheese.
00:11:41>> Are you serious?
00:11:42>> Yes.
00:11:43>> First of all, that means you could enjoy those for 250 calories.
00:11:47Or if you're like me, you're like I'm going to ditch one of those and get those calories down lower.
00:11:54A regular with egg yolk is about 300.
00:11:57>> What a big difference.
00:11:59I'll eat the whites and get the yolk out of it.
00:12:03Then I'll have tons of peanut butter later in the day.
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00:15:14>>> A man on probation for child porn charges apparently cut off his electronic tracking device before he killed a woman.
00:15:21Police in upstate new york say david renz killed a woman and raped her 13-year-old daughter on thursday.
00:15:33He reconnect ed the ankle bracelet quickly enough that his probation office wasn't alerted.
00:15:42>>> Don't forget to wear your green today.
00:15:48It's st. patrick's day.
00:15:49Several parades and celebrations kicked off this weekend already.
00:15:52In chicago, people watched as workers dumped green dye into the chicago river.
00:15:59That's a tradition by the way, it doesn't hurt any fish in there.
00:16:05In georgia they partied on the sidewalks, decked out in green, to watch the city's three-hour long parade.
00:16:13>>> Basketball fans, time to grab your brackets and let march madness begin.
00:16:17Today is selection sunday.
00:16:18You don't have to know how it works.
00:16:19That's when 68 lucky college teams find out if they've been picked to compete in the game's biggest tournament.
00:16:26Joe carter has more in this week's bleacher report.
00:16:31I used to pick villanova because it sounded like vanilla.
00:16:37>> There are a few teams battling for a few precious spots.
00:16:42Selection sunday can be rewarding, it can be agonizing and then it can be heartbreaking.
00:16:47Now in the final game in the big east conference as we know it, we certainly had a good one.
00:16:52One four louisville down 16 to syracuse.
00:16:55Then they decided to wake up and get hot and rally back.
00:16:58They won the game by 17 points.
00:17:00What a difference.
00:17:02They're now big east champs again.
00:17:04The question is, is that enough to earn the number one overall seed?
00:17:10After the game, rick pitino paid tribute to the first big east commissioner, dave gavin.
00:17:19>> He was a dear friend of mine.
00:17:24For us to ride as champions back-to-back, real special.
00:17:27>> All right.
00:17:28Kansas made a statement with their big win over kansas state.
00:17:31The jaw hawks hammered their in-state rival to win the big 12 tournament title.
00:17:40Many think they'll take the number one seed from duke after their poor showing at the acc tournament.
00:17:47The other finals are in the big ten, the s.e.c.
00:17:57>>> She'll coach in the sports top rated reality program.
00:18:00It's the first time the show the ultimate fighter will show case a woman's division.
00:18:06The men and women wil be living under the same roof, a house in las vegas which of course as you know will provide plenty of tv greatness.
00:18:15>>> Philadelphia native brad bear got to live a dream yesterday.
00:18:18He took a half-court shot, he nails the shot but the celebration was halted for a few minutes because officials had to make sure he didn't step over the half-court line.
00:18:28Bear said he felt like an envnfl player waiting to see if he scored a touchdown.
00:18:43If I can get the same kind of enthusiasm when it's nfl season as I see from you as march madness.
00:18:52>> March madness, man, I'd die for that.
00:18:55Thanks so much, joe.
00:18:57>> You bet.
00:19:05>>> This is what the world looks like through arlene gordon's eyes, 100% darkness, 100% of the time.
00:19:17>> IT STARTED IN MY 30s, 40s.
00:19:20The vision became so bad that i decided to gamble.
00:19:23I said, you know, it's worse this way.
00:19:27I'm neither here nor there.
00:19:28>> Reporter: She scheduled herself for an operation she was told could potentially make her vision even worse.
00:19:34>> For six weeks, I had the best vision I ever had in my life.
00:19:39It was fantastic.
00:19:41I was like a baby walking around looking at everything.
00:19:44>> Reporter: But just as she'd been warn, a few weeks later, gordon's emaining vision vanished, rendering her completely blind.
00:19:56But soon she learned to navigate her new world.
00:20:01>> As you tap, you're deliberately clearing the path in front of you.
00:20:07>> Reporter: The streets of new york city were never enough and she refused to let her blindness stand in the way of her passion for traveling.
00:20:20Cuba, many others.
00:20:20This is fascinating.
00:20:22Hand her a souvenir and by feel alone she can tell you exactly ma it is and where she got it.
00:20:28>> Oh, it's a buddha, isn't it?
00:20:29Yeah.
00:20:32And that is from india.
00:20:34>> Reporter: Travel, she says, gave her a life as any she'd seen in the movies.
00:20:39>> When we were in venice and when this opened up, I remember seeing a movie with katharine hepburn where she's looking out over the piazza.
00:20:54There's so many more things you can experience other than visually.
00:20:58As a matter of fact, one friend said to me I never saw as much as I did when I travelled with you.
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00:24:15>>> Maintenance workers found a body in an airport elevator shaft.
00:24:19Officials say there was no foul play.
00:24:21They think 31-year-old chad wolf pried open the elevator doors and fell.
00:24:27His family says they're distraught but they don't believe he would do something stupid.
00:24:33He flew to tampa with his girlfriend the night before.
00:24:37She told his family that he mixed alcohol with a xanax.
00:24:43Police are investigating what happened.
00:24:51>>> Tomorrow, jodi arias will be back in court for her murder trial.
00:24:55There were fireworks in the courtroom as she wrapped up her testimony this last week.
00:25:00She was on the stand for 18 days.
00:25:04Nancy grace counts down her top three moments from last week.
00:25:08Let's start with number three.
00:25:09>> Screamed bloody murder over prosecution being so aggression whiff her which I thought was called for but frankly, the jurors questions were much more harsh than prosecutor juan martinez questions.
00:25:23When she finished her testimony, I considered that to be a benchmark moment in the case.
00:25:28We are now going forward with the end of the defense.
00:25:32The state's case, the defense case goes to here, she testifies, it goes down.
00:25:40The second best moment in court is when her shrink took the stand and said that she is suffering from transient global amnesia.
00:25:49Which can be brought on by sex.
00:25:54She's on the stand and the prosecutor juan martinez is following up on a jury question and he forces her to go through the entire scenario, 62 seconds.
00:26:10I've actually timed it out.
00:26:12I've had eight or nine different staff members go through the murder, the account, just to tell what happened takes over 62 seconds.
00:26:21And when she had to break down second by second, moment by moment what happened, it was completely implausible.
00:26:31Her scenario of how travis alexander was killed is really impossible.
00:26:35>> And monday night we'll do something that the arias jury will not do.
00:26:38Go back to the crime scene.
00:26:41We've rebuilt the inside of travis alexander's bathroom and his closet where he was killed.
00:26:46On hln after dark our studio jury will tour the scene.
00:26:51Plus, the man who defended casey anthony comes here to defend jodi arias.
00:26:55That's right.
00:26:56Jose baez will be in studio to present his defense of jodi to the jury.
00:27:03Watch monday night at 10:00 p.m.
00:27:04Eastern on hln.
00:27:06>>> California farmers have a problem on their hands and you might notice the difference at your dinner table.
00:27:12They need more workers to help them in the fields.
00:27:17Asparagus crops are ready at this farm near stockton but there aren't enough people to bring it in.
00:27:22>> For sure it's getting worse every year.
00:27:25All my friends in the business are all pretty concerned.
00:27:28So if you've got stuff that's 18 inches high because you couldn't get there to cut it in time, that's lost revenue, lost production.
00:27:38>> Several farms rely on my grant workers, stricter immigration laws could be to blame to fewer workers this year.
00:27:46Farming is a $44 billion industry in california.
00:27:50>>> Who doesn't love a good birthday celebration?
00:27:53Scott golden sent us these shots of his birthday trip to the big apple.
00:27:57There he is there on the left in the black sweater.
00:27:59He says he celebrated 46 in style with stops in little italy.
00:28:04The statue of liberty and even outside the cnn building there.
00:28:08Got a photo from your weekend you'd like to share?
00:28:12Go to hlntv.com/weekendexpress.
00:28:17>>> Some travelers may have budget cuts to blame for long lines at one major airport.
00:29:45>>> We're on verdict watch this morning in the steubenville rape case.
00:29:48Testimony finished last night.
00:29:49Two teens are accused of raping a 16-year-old girl.
00:29:53She says she was too drunk to know what was going on, though.
00:29:56There is no jury in this case.
00:29:58A judge will give his verdict this morning.
00:30:00>>> Evacuation orders are lifted for a wildfire burning in lorado.
00:30:04People were allowed to return home yesterday.
00:30:08Crews are still trying to get a grip on the fire.
00:30:10It's about 45% contained.
00:30:13Investigators say someone started it by accident.
00:30:14So far, no homes have been damaged.
00:30:17Residents were warned to stay on alert.
00:30:19>>> This morning, pope francis delivered his first angelus prayer since becoming pontiff.
00:30:25He talked to a big crowd from his apartment window overlooking st. peter's square.
00:30:31His prayer is a papal sunday tradition.
00:30:33The crowds are extra large today because pope francis was just elected last week.
00:30:38Those are some of the stories we're working on here on " happy st. patrick's day.
00:30:45I'm natasha curry.
00:30:47>>> Pope francis held his first angelus prayer this morning.
00:30:50This is the first time he's spoken to the faithful on st.
00:30:54Peter's square since being elected.
00:30:56Dan rivers joins us from rome this morning.
00:30:57This is a weekend of first for the new pope, right?
00:30:59>> It has.
00:31:00This is the tradition for popes that every sunday, wherever they are in the world, they give this angelus blessing to the crowds.
00:31:10If they're in the vatican they do it in st. peter's square.
00:31:13Pope francis has given his first angelus blessing as pope to tens of thousands of people that peter's square behind me.
00:31:21Before that, he conducted mass at a church inside the vatican, santa ana church.
00:31:30He was greeted like a rock star.
00:31:33Hundreds of people turned out.
00:31:34Inside the church it was for workers of the vatican and their family.
00:31:38After the service, the pope stood there and met each and every one of the members of the congregation.
00:31:44It took almost as long as the service itself.
00:31:46A real sign of his humility, the vatican would say.
00:31:59H he's great with the crowd, going off script and walking about.
00:32:03People from all over the world have come to witness this special sunday.
00:32:06>> We are here for the pope.
00:32:11It's the first occasion to see the pope.
00:32:16>> We saw him, we saw the smoke on the place.
00:32:22It was unbelievable for us.
00:32:25It was the highlight of not own I lure week but in our life, too.
00:32:31And our first impression is very good.
00:32:35I hope the best.
00:32:36We have to pray for him.
00:32:41>> Reporter: He's obviously really energized people in terms of just his informal style, i think.
00:32:49A very human touch to everything he's doing.
00:32:54And it's early days, obviously but it's clear he's going to be, I think, an incredibly popular pope, both here in italy but also in south america as well.
00:33:03>> He really does seem so down to earth.
00:33:06What are his plans would you say for the rest of the week?
00:33:09I know, like you said, he's really busy.
00:33:13>> Reporter: He is busy.
00:33:14He has a lot on his schedule.
00:33:16So coming up he's meeting the argentine president on monday, christina fernandez.
00:33:22She'll be the first head of state to meet him.
00:33:26Of course he's an argentinean.
00:33:28On tuesday it will be his inauguration mass when heads of state from all over the world will gather to officially see him sort of inaugurated as pope in a lavish ceremony, again, in st. peter's behind me.
00:33:43On wednesday he'll meet heads of delegations from all over the world.
00:33:47And next saturday he'll meet the emeritus pope benedict, highly unusual, completely -- it's never been done before, a living pope meeting a pope who has resigned because we've never been in this situation before.
00:34:03They'll have lunch at a castle outside rome.
00:34:05>> That sounds cozy.
00:34:08Dan rivers in rome.
00:34:09Thank you.
00:34:09>>> Pope francis may take on the question of women becoming priests.
00:34:13The church has been saying no for decades but that answer isn't good enough for some women anymore.
00:34:19One of them will join us right here on the show at 9:00 a.m.
00:34:21Eastern.
00:34:21Don't miss it.
00:34:26>>> Budget cuts in washington, are causing a travel nightmare.
00:34:29Just look at the long lines at miami international airport.
00:34:32The cuts affected federal agencies like the tsa, the hiring freeze and overtime cuts are causing longer wait times.
00:34:41>> They say that since the cut was today or whatever, they said it's taking forever to get through.
00:34:49They're cutting people off, holding people back.
00:34:51So international flights can go through and stop us.
00:34:54We just waited in one place for over an hour and a half doing nothing.
00:35:00People were yelling and screaming.
00:35:02A couple fights.
00:35:03>> Really?
00:35:05>> Yes.
00:35:05>> Spending cuts took effect MARCH 1st.
00:35:08>>> A skier who was buried alive by an avalanche recorded the entire thing on his helmet cam.
00:35:13Check this out.
00:35:14The avalanche swept him away near the montana/idaho border last month.
00:35:18He was carried more than 1,000 feet down the mountain, kept flipping and tellablibling here until he was completely enveloped by the snow.
00:35:28>> I could feel it building up behind me, pushing me harder and harder into the tree.
00:35:33And then finally I heard the woods splintering.
00:35:39I just went through the trees.
00:35:41>> Luckily for him a group of his friends dug him out in only three minutes.
00:35:46He got away with a dislocated shoulder and some bruises.
00:35:51>>> Some of us have nice sunny weather, the rest have storms today.
00:35:56What is going on with the forecast?
00:35:58>> The transition.
00:36:00Spring just a few days away.
00:36:01Winter is hanging on.
00:36:03Hopefully this this will be winter's last gasp.
00:36:08The winter models want to drag cold air in.
00:36:15You see the snowfall, northern missouri in towards cincinnati.
00:36:18I think we'll see maybe one to two, could see an isolated three inch total here.
00:36:24This is the area we've been watching, talking about this the last 24 hours.
00:36:27It's going to start to gain some strength.
00:36:30The system will find moisture.
00:36:32With cold air in place, blizzard conditions expected in parts of minnesota and south dakota.
00:36:37We have winter storm watches and warnings in effect.
00:36:40We watch that one start to find its legs.
00:36:42Notice the numbers, the average in minneapolis is 42 for a high, you're looking at 20 on tuesday, chicago 29.
00:36:48You should be at 47.
00:36:50A year ago, next sunday you hit 80 degrees.
00:36:53YOU MAY BE LOOKING AT THE 20s IF Cold air holds true for next weekend.
00:36:59Salt lake city, record warmth.
00:37:01Now you're looking at 51 degrees.
00:37:03Denver is nice.
00:37:04Albuquerque, this has been a great spot, from wichita falls, tombstone arizona, 88 degrees.
00:37:10We had all sorts of records yesterday.
00:37:13It was minus 18 in grand forks.
00:37:18Buffalo 31.
00:37:18Your high is 42.
00:37:20You'll see the possibility of snowfall.
00:37:23Had some around erie, pennsylvania, a good 1 to 3 edges.
00:37:27Here's the system in the middle of the country, the next one we're watching.
00:37:31Moving across the northern states.
00:37:33As it gets its act together, severe weather will set up to start your workweek on monday.
00:37:39St. louis, your average 56.
00:37:41You're at 73.
00:37:42Remember on friday you're looking at 40 wednesday, little rock 64 on tuesday.
00:37:46And the severe weather threat, a chance of damaging winds, maybe some hail.
00:37:50We could have reports, you know, of getting downed trees, power liens.
00:37:55Let's hope that's not the case.
00:37:56This is a good set up with cold air back behind it.
00:38:02The west and southwest, a great st. patrick's day.
00:38:08>> Thank you, tom.
00:38:09>> You're welcome.
00:38:11>>> Prosecution has focused on the knife and the gun that jodi arias used to kill her exboyfriend.
00:38:17We wanted to know more about that evidence.
00:38:19We talked to a forensics professor and a former investigator, joseph scott morgan says that a key factor in the autopsy was the stab wounds.
00:38:32>> So if he is being stabbed in the back, did you acknowledge at that point that he's no threat to you?
00:38:40Right?
00:38:42>> Objection, calls for speculation.
00:38:44>> Overruled.
00:38:46>> I don't know.
00:38:49>> The injuries that we see on the posterior, are not skin the with an individual in the throes of attacking another individual.
00:39:04Demonstrate the on the back of the torso is a cluster of nine individual sharp force injuries.
00:39:11This is indicative of a frenzy.
00:39:16The reason I believe that this is a frenzied event is simply by the nature of the number of wounds that we have.
00:39:24Not just involving this large cluster of nine very tightly compact stab wounds but we also have injuries located in the neck and superficial injuries located on the backside of mr. alexander's head.
00:39:39None of these injuries in and of themself are fatal.
00:39:43But they're indicative of an individual that is being attacked, going into a defensive posture.
00:39:50Judging from these injuries that alexander has, these multiple stab wounds, this would give us pause to think the width of the blade is rather substantial.
00:40:01It's going to be bigger than your average pocket knife.
00:40:06Could very well be consistent with something you could find in a kitchen.
00:40:11I don't necessarily know if it was a hunting knife or not but we're probably dealing with a single edged weapon.
00:40:19>> Monday night we'll do something that the arias jury will not do, we've rebuilt the inside of travis alexander's bathroom and closet where he was killed.
00:40:27On hln after dark were our studio jury will tour the crime scene.
00:40:3200 eastern here on hln.
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00:43:12>>> We are an update on a story we told you about in december, when david hester, a former star of a & e's "storage wars" filed a lawsuit against the network.
00:43:28Hester claimed he was wrongfully " this week a los angeles superior court judge threw out his claim of unfair business practices and says he must be more specific in his claim of wrongful termination.
00:43:46We'll keep watching the story for you.
00:43:48Looks like the tv network won the first round in court anyway.
00:43:51>>> A producer for "keeping up with the kardashians" says a big moment was faked.
00:43:57Apparently kim kardashian didn't like her initial reaction to kris humphries proposal.
00:44:03The proposal was reshot.
00:44:05She also knew about it before it happened.
00:44:08The producer also said that certain shows were scripted.
00:44:12His testimony was part of a deposition in kim humphries fraud case against kim.
00:44:16He claims kardashian married him for publicity.
00:44:20KIM WILL BE IN COURT MAY 6th.
00:44:23She insists the marriage, all 72 days of it, was real.
00:44:28>>> A recent rash of deadly wrecks involving teenage drivers killed more than a dozen kids.
00:44:33Now a man on a crusade to reverse that deadly trend.
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00:47:29>>> all right, basketball fans, time to grab your brackets and let march madness begin.
00:47:37Today is selection sunday.
00:47:4168 Lucky college teams will find out if they've been picked to compete.
00:47:46Once I tricked villanova because it sounded like vanilla.
00:47:51They went really far.
00:47:52>> Good strategy.
00:47:54>>> There are a lot of teams battling for a few precious spots.
00:47:58Depending on which school you're rooting for or with, selection sunday can be rewarding or agonizing or heart breaking.
00:48:06In the fine am game in the big east conference as we know it, we had a good one.
00:48:11Fun four louisville down 16 points to syracuse.
00:48:15They decided to wake up and get hot and rally back.
00:48:19They won the game by 17 points.
00:48:22What a difference.
00:48:23They're big east champs again.
00:48:24The question is is that enough to win the number one overall seed?
00:48:29We'll find out tonight.
00:48:32Rick pitino paid tribute to dave gavin.
00:48:35>> He was a dear friend of mine.
00:48:38In his memory, this whole big east was formed.
00:48:43For us to ride as champion back-to-back like this, real special.
00:48:47>> Kansas made a statement with their big win over kansas state.
00:48:50They hammered their in-state rival.
00:48:55They may have also locked up a number one seed.
00:48:58Many think they'll take that spot from duke after their poor showing at the acc tournament.
00:49:02The other big conference finals and the acc.
00:49:06The sport of ultimate fighting is changing right before our eyes.
00:49:11Last month, rhonda rousen became the first female to head line a fight.
00:49:16Now she'll coach in the sport's top rated reality program.
00:49:20It's the first time "the ultimate fighter" will show case a women's division.
00:49:26The men and women will be living under the same roof, a house in las vegas, which will provide plenty of tv greatness.
00:49:32>>> Philadelphia native brad bear got to live the dream yesterday.
00:49:35He took a half-court shot at the atlantic 10 championship game.
00:49:39He nails the shot.
00:49:40The celebration was halted because officials had to make sure he didn't step over the half-court line.
00:49:45Bear said he felt like an nfl player waiting to see if he scored a touchdown.
00:49:51At the barclays center, he got to celebrate not once but twice.
00:49:55He did stay behind the line.
00:49:56He would win 10,000 large.
00:50:00Natasha, if only I can get the same sort of enthusiasm during nfl season.
00:50:11>> March madness, I'd die for that.
00:50:15Thank you.
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00:54:12>>> Three car crashes in three states killed 15 teens.
00:54:15You're looking at one of the accident scenes here.
00:54:18This happened over three days, all those crashes.
00:54:20Crashes are the leading cause of death for teens ages 15 to 20.
00:54:23One man is hoping to change that.
00:54:25He's on a mission to help young drivers stay safe.
00:54:29Aaron smith, started the program.
00:54:32How's your teen driving.
00:54:33His son logan is with us as well.
00:54:38Joining me via skype.
00:54:40Aaron, tell us more about this program.
00:54:42Your son obviously is alive and well.
00:54:45It's scary to have your kid get behind the wheel.
00:54:47>> It is one of the most scariest things I've encountered so far, yes, turning the keys over to my son and watching him drive off.
00:54:55>> Yes.
00:54:57Logan, you look like you'd be a safe driver.
00:54:59I don't know if you were like me, testing the limits of your car, driving like nascar.
00:55:04These days kids are texting and it can get extremely dangerous.
00:55:08I know that program has a pledge you have to sign.
00:55:12What are the four pledges on that?
00:55:14>> The four pledges are like i will obey the speed limits, traffic signs and the laws of the road.
00:55:21I will not drive if I'm tired or any condition that could impair my driving.
00:55:28I'll wear my seat belt at all times regardless if I'm going to the house next door.
00:55:33And I will not drive aggressively by racing, speeding or targeting or cutting off other drivers.
00:55:40>> These are great points.
00:55:43Is this something your dad was doing with you before you started driving.
00:55:47>> This is the shorter version of what he told me.
00:55:49>> Oh, wow!
00:55:52Is this normal with you and your friends, are they like, dude, what ais your dad being so strict about?
00:56:05These are great rules.
00:56:07>> Right.
00:56:07The rules did I sit down, I went over the top ten and just enforced them.
00:56:11I feel they did a lot of studies on statistics to keep them safe.
00:56:16My job as a parent is to protect and provide formy child.
00:56:20>> How does this whole program work?
00:56:22You get a sticker and you can put it on back of your teen's car?
00:56:26>> That is correct.
00:56:27>> Everybody else keep an eye on them?
00:56:29>> That is correct.
00:56:31You purchase on our website, go to the website, you will be e-mailed out a bumper sticker.
00:56:38It says how's our teen's driving and an 800 number.
00:56:42With a call in, it's quick directions, asking us to tell us the license plate number and the complain.
00:56:50That's all.
00:56:51>> You can really keep tabs on your son.
00:56:54Logan, I'd be watching trying to see who's watching me.
00:56:58Are you feeling the eyes on you?
00:57:00>> I've had a couple phone calls.
00:57:02That doesn't happen much anymore.
00:57:04When I'm driving it's not like -- if you cut someone off or doing something you're not supposed to do, without it, it's like they have your phone number.
00:57:16Everyone can see your license plate.
00:57:18Now that you're being held accountable because your parents can be notified, rather than before where there's like no way to contact your parents, you're just driving erratically.
00:57:32>> An interesting, helpful program.
00:57:34Aaron logan, thanks, guys.
00:57:37If you're watching now and want to sign up for this safe driving program, go to hlntv.com/weekendexpress.
00:57:46>>> Thank you for spending time with us here at hln.
00:57:52We want to is he what weekends in america look like in your hometowns.
00:58:00jon McGraw after of new orleans flavor on a recent new orleans getaway.
00:58:03He says he popped the question to his girlfriend on this trip.
00:58:09The pair explored the entire city from bourbon street to jackson square.
00:58:13Love these pics.
00:58:15Do you have a photo from your weekend you'd like to share?
00:58:19We'd love to see it.
00:58:20com/weekendexpre >>> pope francis is greeting big peter's square today.
00:59:49It's a first for him for for them.
00:59:54>>> They weren't going to let that train go out until they knew it was safe.
00:59:58>>> Commuter train riders get a ock when the feds swarm in to check out a potential nuclear threat.
01:00:04Wait until you hear the innocent act that triggered it all.
01:00:07>>> Slainte is a big word in many places today.
01:00:10It means cheers in gaelic.
01:00:12And there's no better word for st. patrick's day.
01:00:17 paddy's day, I'm natasha curry.
01:00:19Thanks for joining us on " >>> she says she hardly remembers anything from that night.
01:00:34The judge decides today if two steubenville, ohio high school football players are guilty in the attack.
01:00:42Cnn's poppy harlow has been following this trial.
01:00:44Poppy, what's the latest?
01:00:53>> Reporter: After four long days of testimony, trent mays and ma'lik richmond's fate lies in the hands of judge thomas lipps.
01:01:13The prosecution and the defense rested their cases, making closing arguments for their clients.
01:01:19I want you to take a listen to those.
01:01:23First, let's listen to the defense.
01:01:25>> There's no dna of ma'lik richmond anywhere.
01:01:28No one calls the police.
01:01:30No one calls the alleged victim's parents.
01:01:35No one calls their own parents.
01:01:37No one contacts anyone.
01:01:38Why is that?
01:01:39Are these all bad kids?
01:01:44>> Reporter: The defense arguing that the prosecution, the state of ohio, did not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that these two young men indeed raped this 16-year-old girl on that night in august.
01:01:54The burden of proof does lie on the prosecution to prove that.
01:01:59Listen to part of their closing statement.
01:02:01>> This case isn't about social media.
01:02:04This case isn't about big red football.
01:02:07This case is about a 16-year-old girl who was taken advantage of, toyed with and humiliated.
01:02:17And it's time that the people who did that to her are held responsible.
01:02:23>> Reporter: Now, it's the judge, natasha that will make the final decision here.
01:02:29There's no jury, because it is a juvenile case.
01:02:32If these two young men are found guilty the maximum sentence they face are until they're 21 years old.
01:02:40Natasha?
01:02:41>> Poppy harlow in steubenville, ohio, thank you.
01:02:43>>> Right now pope francis is delivering his first angelus prayer as pope.
01:02:48He held mass earlier this morning.
01:02:49The angelus prayer is a tradition for every pope every sunday.
01:02:53The first one, the special one is really nice for him because pope francis was just elected last week.
01:03:00There are always big crowds for the prayers but even more people are expected to show up today.
01:03:06And some people made a really long trip to see the pope.
01:03:09Dan rivers met up with them in rome and he's going to talk about that in the next half hour.
01:03:15>>> Shock and hobber at a california racetrack where a crash killed two people.
01:03:20It happen at marysville raceway park yesterday.
01:03:23Chase johnson was doing warmup laps yesterday and lost control of his car and crashed into the pit going about 90 miles an hour.
01:03:30A 68-year-old man and the driver's 14-year-old cousin were killed.
01:03:36Two spectators describe what they saw.
01:03:38>> He was not trying to come off the track.
01:03:40He was trying to make the corner.
01:03:42And he didn't make the corner.
01:03:45And went flying out the exit.
01:03:48It started tumbling and struck two people and a quad.
01:03:53>> It's devastating, come out to have a good time and fun, especially people in the pits, you never know what's going to happen because it's racing.
01:04:00You know, so racing can be dangerous.
01:04:02>> No one else was hurt.
01:04:03Investigators are looking at mechanical failure as a possible cause.
01:04:07>>> A man on probation for child porn charges apparently cut off his electronic tracking device before he killed a woman.
01:04:13Police in upstate new york say david renz kidnapped and killed the woman and rained her 10-year-old daughter thursday.
01:04:20The girl was badly hurt in the attack.
01:04:23Police say renz removed his tracking anklet before the attack but reconnected quickly enough that his probation office wasn't alerted.
01:04:31>>> A woman's lacrosse coach and her unborn baby were killed in a bus crash yesterday.
01:04:37Christina quigley was six months pregnant with a baby boy.
01:04:41The team's bus swerved and hit a tree in southern pennsylvania.
01:04:44The team was heading from seton hill university to a game in millersville.
01:04:48The driver was killed.
01:04:50And some of the players went to the hospital.
01:04:53Students will hold a memorial service tonight on campus.
01:04:57>> After our play we were sent an alert and it basically said there was an accident from the women's lacrosse team.
01:05:07And my roommate is on the lacrosse team.
01:05:09I was very nervous.
01:05:10I did find out she's okay.
01:05:11>> I mean, everyone is devastated by the losses.
01:05:15It almost seems like we're all coming together, you know, as a school.
01:05:18I know the baseball team will do something for tomorrow.
01:05:22We have a game.
01:05:23We're going to wear black wristbands, probably put stuff on, stuff like that.
01:05:28>> There was rain and snow on the road yesterday but police have not released an official cause of the crash.
01:05:34Quigley leaves behind a husband and another young son.
01:05:36
01:05:42>>> don't forget to wear your green today.
01:05:45It's st. patrick's day.
01:05:46Several parades and celebrations kicked off this weekend already.
01:05:50In chicago, people watched as workers dumped green dye into the chicago river.
01:05:57That's an eco friendly tradition by the way.
01:06:01Doesn't hurt any fish in there.
01:06:03People hit the streets in savannah, georgia, decked out in every shade of green imaginable.
01:06:10They partied on the sidewalks and watched the three-hour long st. patrick's day parade.
01:06:18>>> 88 In tombstone, 76 in DENVER, 90s IN PARTS OF California.
01:06:23Midland, texas broke a record.
01:06:2488 Degrees as well.
01:06:25Yes, it's been quite nice, but it comes to an end for some areas.
01:06:30We have the big parade in boston, later on this morning.
01:06:33Still looks pleasant there.
01:06:34There's a number of festivities really.
01:06:37We have rain and snow to talk about.
01:06:39 louis was at 73 degrees on friday.
01:06:41And now they're looking at a little rain/snow mix, changing over to snow, mainly north of st. louis, 1 to 2 inches.
01:06:48That slides over to cincinnati.
01:06:50They're looking at snowfall, too.
01:06:52Rain in lexington and it slides back to springfield, missouri.
01:06:56That will move to the northeast.
01:06:57More on that in a minute.
01:06:58This is the area we're watching.
01:07:00Doesn't look exciting right now.
01:07:02Let me show you what the colors look like within we show you the watches, the advisories in green.
01:07:09Blizzard conditions expected, areas of south dakota into minnesota, winter storm watches be advisories in effect.
01:07:15This is the one we talked about yesterday that's coming in from the pacific northwest.
01:07:18There it is.
01:07:19Joining hands with a little energy down to the south.
01:07:22We'll watch the weather maps produce the possibility of a severe weather outbreak.
01:07:27We're not sure just how widespread it will be.
01:07:30Hail, maybe some damaging winds can be expected.
01:07:32We'll get into that area in a minute.
01:07:35Here's how your monday is shaping up, sunday into monday as we watch the rain and snow change to rain in cincinnati.
01:07:42I think it will be warm enough , mainly rainfall and we'll watch this as we get into monday afternoon just in time, of course, for your evening drive home.
01:07:52Maybe white stuff falling in parts of new england.
01:07:54Again, that's a computer model.
01:07:55We're watching that one closely.
01:07:58Other than that here's the severe weather threat for monday from lexington to jackson, mississippi over toward atlanta.
01:08:05The possibility of pretty strong winds with severe weather.
01:08:0836 In pittsburgh today.
01:08:10In new orleans, a chance of rain.
01:08:12That moves into northern areas patrick's day to the north, it is still quite chilly, 23 in fargo.
01:08:20Not as bad as the teens you've seen, casper, 48.
01:08:24Pacific northwest, onshore flow, 50 in seattle, mountain snows in the cascades and they're basking in summer-like temperatures in the southwest.
01:08:3280 In vegas.
01:08:34>> Happy st. paddy's day.
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01:11:35>>> It is already.
01:11:37Absolutely.
01:11:37It's jarring to me sometimes to buy orange juice.
01:11:39This is all about trouble with the florida orange juice crop.
01:11:42And nearly all florida oranges aren't sold as oranges in the store.
01:11:46They go into making juice.
01:11:48The farmers are expected to produce 139 million boxes of oranges in this harvest.
01:11:54Sounds like a lot but it's less than in the past two years.
01:11:57It's partly because there's a sill truss disease called citrus greening going through the orange groves, particularly the valencia oranges as well.
01:12:06That's what's biting into prices.
01:12:08>> Orange juice is something people have for breakfast and stuff like that.
01:12:11Something else people have that I tend to do when I'm behaving my myself, egg whites.
01:12:29>> Especially for people on the go, some people say if you eat fast food you have to know it's not good.
01:12:31Sometimes you have to be on the go because of your job, work or kids.
01:12:33It's another healthy option at McDONALD'S IN THE MORNING.
01:12:34They're going to start selling AN egg McMuffin with egg whites.
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01:12:40That includes bacon and cheese.
01:12:42>> Are you serious?
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01:12:44>> First of all, that means you could enjoy those for 250 calories.
01:12:47Or if you're like me, you're like I'm going to ditch one of those and get thoscalories down even lower.
01:12:53A regular with egg yolk is about 300.
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01:12:57>> What a big difference.
01:13:00I'll eat the whites and get the yolk out of it.
01:13:01Then I'll have tons of peanut butter later in the day.
01:13:04It canceled out but I'll save my calories for what I really want to eat.
01:13:09>>> California farmers have a problem on their hands.
01:13:13You might notice the difference at your dinner table.
01:13:15They need more workers to help them in the fields.
01:13:19Asparagus crops are ready at this farm near stockton but there aren't enough people to bring it in.
01:13:25>> For sure it's getting worse every year.
01:13:27All my friends in the business are all pretty concerned.
01:13:30If you have stuff that's 18 inches high because you couldn't get there to cut it in time, that's lost revenue, lost production.
01:13:40>> Several farms rely on my grant workers.
01:13:46Stricter immigration laws could be to blame for less workers this year.
01:13:53>>> A skier gets caught in an avalanche with a camera strapped to his head.
01:13:57We'll show you the amazing video.
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01:16:55>>> Maintenance workers found a body in an airport elevator shaft.
01:17:01Officials say there was no foul play.
01:17:02They think 31-year-old chad wolf pried open the elevator doors and fell.
01:17:07His family says they're distraught but they don't it the believe he would do something stupid.
01:17:11Wolf flew to tampa with his girlfriend the night before.
01:17:15She told his family that he mixed alcohol with a xanax and told him to wait for her while she got the luggage.
01:17:22Some of wolf's luggage was found in the parking lot.
01:17:25Police are investigating what happened.
01:17:26>>> A skier buried alive by an avalanche recorded the entire thing on his helmet cam.
01:17:32Check this out.
01:17:33The avalanche swept him away near the montana/idaho border last month.
01:17:36He was carried more than 1,000 feet down the mountain and kept flipping and tumbling here until he was completely enveloped by the snow.
01:17:46>> I could feel it building up behind me, more and more pressure on my back, pushing me harder and harder into the tree.
01:17:53Finally I heard the wood splintering and I went through the tree.
01:17:58The tree got taken down the hill with the avalanche also.
01:18:02>> A group of his friends dug him out in only three minutes.
01:18:06Irons got away with a dis-locked shoulder and some bruise you.
01:18:09>>> Basketball fans, time to grab your brackets and let march madness begin.
01:18:13Today is selection sun.
01:18:14You don't have to know how it works.
01:18:16That's when 68 lucky college teams find out if they've been picked to compete in the game's biggest tournament.
01:18:22Joe carter has more in this hour's bleacher report.
01:18:29I used to pick villanova because it sounded like vanilla.
01:18:32>> That's a good strategy.
01:18:33Pass it on.
01:18:37Natasha, there are a few teams battling for a few precious spots.
01:18:39Selection sunday can be rewarding, it can be agonizing and then it can be heartbreaking.
01:18:44Now in the final game in the big east conference as we know it, we certainly had a good one.
01:18:51Number four louisville down 16 points to syracuse.
01:18:55Then they decided to wake up and get hot and rally back.
01:18:56They won the game by 17 points.
01:18:56What a difference.
01:18:57They're now big east champs again.
01:19:00The question is, is that enough to earn the number one overall seed?
01:19:05Of course we'll find out later tonight.
01:19:07After the game, louisville coach rick pitino paid tribute to the first big east commissioner, dave gabbette.
01:19:21>> He was a dear friend of mine.
01:19:22For us to ride as champions back-to-back, real special.
01:19:23>> All right.
01:19:24Kansas made a statement with their big win over kansas state.
01:19:29The jawhawks hammered their in-state rival to win the big 12 tournament title.
01:19:33They may have also locked up a number one seed in the ncaa tournament.
01:19:37Many think they'll take that spot from duke after their poor showing at the acc tournament.
01:19:43The other big conference finals today are in had the big ten, the s.e.c. and the acc.
01:19:51>>> Rhonda became the first female to head line a fight.
01:19:54Now she'll coach in the sports top-rated reality program.
01:19:57It's the first time the show "the ultimate fighter" will show case a women's division.
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01:20:11>>> Philadelphia native brad bear got to live the dream yesterday.
01:20:14He took a half-court shot at the atlantic 10 championship game.
01:20:19He nails the shot.
01:20:19The celebration was halted for a few minutes because officials had to make sure he didn't step over the half-court line.
01:20:27Bear said he felt like an nfl player to see if he scored a touchdown.
01:20:33The barclays center got to celebrate not once but twice because he did stay behind the line.
01:20:38He won 10,000 large.
01:20:40>>> If only I can get the same enthusiasm during nfl season that I see during march madness.
01:20:48>> When I was growing up if they let me play football maybe I'd get into it more.
01:20:57March madness, man, I'd die for that.
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01:24:17>>> what a scare for some chicago commuters when federal agents swarmed their train.
01:24:22They were investigating a possible nuclear threat.
01:24:27Reporter of chicago affiliate wbbm talked with a passenger whose innocent act triggered the alarm.
01:24:36>> Reporter: Sources say these are members of the elite viper team aboard the union pacific west line.
01:24:44They're carrying handheld nuclear detection devices.
01:24:50They detained this train and searched for the person or bag that could be posing a deadly threat.
01:24:55>> Whose bag is this?
01:24:57>> Reporter: The bag in question turns out to be clean but there's a signal of something nuclear somewhere on the train.
01:25:01>> They were in charge and weren't going to let that train go out until they knew it was safe.
01:25:06>> Reporter: Jerry jones, a chicago lawyer was heading home on that train.
01:25:10He's the passenger in the blue shirt.
01:25:11>> They actually narrowed it down to the people right around you on the train.
01:25:15>> Yes, they did.
01:25:15>> The entire time you're thinking wonder what they're looking for.
01:25:19>> I had no idea that I was the center of the activity.
01:25:22>> Reporter: Jones says the special security team must have picked up on him as he entered the station and walked up these stairs.
01:25:29Little did he know that a nuclear stress test would have set off sideline the alarms and sent security scurrying.
01:25:37>> Probably 15 minutes.
01:25:39>> Reporter: They're buzzing around looking for this bag or person.
01:25:42>> Yes.
01:25:42>> Reporter: The tsa team passed right by him several times before ending up on his train car.
01:25:49Finally he got a clue.
01:25:51>> He said sir do you have an explanation why I'm getting a high isotope reading on your bag?
01:25:59>> Reporter: Once the agent says isotope, jones realized he was the one they were looking for.
01:26:04That's when he raezed his hand to confess.
01:26:06>> I had a nuclear stress test.
01:26:08>> We got it.
01:26:09>> Reporter: After showing his and proof of the nuclear test which can leave patients emitting radiation for some time, jones and the other passengers were allowed to go on their way.
01:26:18>> What feeling do you walk away with?
01:26:20>> One of great security knowing there are people on the lookout for this type of thing.
01:26:25>>> By the way, patients undergoing nuclear testing can request a card that they can get give to security if they travel afterward.
01:26:34It's something doctors have done for air travelers before.
01:26:37>>> Have you looked at these picture yet?
01:26:39The driver of this pickup allegely got wasted on whiskey and became a one-man wrecking crew in a home depot parking lot.
01:26:47Yikes!
01:26:47This happened in utah.
01:26:48The man driving plowed through a bunch of storage sheds and swing sets until a truck ended up getting stuck on a curb.
01:26:56Wow, look at that.
01:27:00Cops arrested dale arave but not before he tried to fight them off.
01:27:06>>> A skydiver fell thousands of feet when both of his parachutes failed.
01:27:11He survived with barely a scratch on him, too.
01:27:13Take a look at this video of craig stapleton free falling to the ground.
01:27:18His parachute is flailing in the wind.
01:27:21He managed to learn on some dirt in a vineyard.
01:27:25He was inches away from metal spikes sticking out of the ground.
01:27:29>> I was pretty sure I was about to watch my friend die.
01:27:32>> I completely lucked out.
01:27:34God watches out for idiots and puppy dogs.
01:27:38And he just let me live and walk away.
01:27:42>> Stapleton had a dislocated shoulder but no broken bones.
01:27:47>>> Who doesn't love a good birthday celebration?
01:27:50Scott golden sent us these shots of his birthday trip to the big apple.
01:27:55There he is on the left in the black sweater.
01:27:58He celebrated 46 in style with stops in little italy, the statue of liberty and even outside the cnn building there.
01:28:05Got a photo from your weekend you'd like to share?
01:28:08We'd love to see it.
01:28:10Go to hlntv.com/weekendexpress.
01:28:13>>> Some travelers may have budget cuts to blame for long lines at one major airport.
01:29:44>>> We're on verdict watch this morning in the steubenville rape case.
01:29:49Testimony finished last night.
01:29:50Two teens are accused of raping a 16-year-old girl.
01:29:55She says she was too drunk to know what was going on, though.
01:29:57There is no jury in this case.
01:29:59A judge will give his verdict this morning.
01:30:01>>> Evacuation orders are lifted for a wildfire burning in colorado.
01:30:04People were allowed to return home yesterday.
01:30:07Crews are still trying to get a grip on the fire.
01:30:09It's about 45% contained.
01:30:11Investigators say that someone started it by accident.
01:30:14So far, no homes have been damaged.
01:30:17Residents were warned to stay on alert.
01:30:19>>> This morning, pope francis delivered his first angelus prayer since becoming pontiff.
01:30:24He talked to a big crowd from his apartment window overlooking st. peter's square.
01:30:30This prayer is a papal sunday tradition.
01:30:32The crowd is extra large today because pope francis was just elected last week.
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01:30:45I'm natasha curry.
01:30:47>>> That sunday blessing is a huge deal for catholics.
01:30:52Some made a long trip just to see his first angelus prayer.
01:30:56There's a lot of excitement in the air.
01:31:01John allen is in rome right now.
01:31:05What's the vibe from the crowd been like?
01:31:07There's a lot of people there.
01:31:09>> Reporter: Absolutely, natasha, big crowd today, in excess of 200,000 phonings.
01:31:16These people are in love with pope francis.
01:31:20He is on an unrelenting charm offensive which began that first moment when he stepped out on to the balcony and asked the crowd to bless him before he blessed them.
01:31:33It's continued with thinks gestures of humanity.
01:31:37Taking the bass rather than the papal limousine, swinging by the hotel to pack his own bags and settle his bill.
01:31:45You see this angelus address, the noontime blessing that the pope delivers to the crowd, not only giving prepared remarks but to go off-script, to throw in reflections, a couple of jokes.
01:31:59Theres with a global love affair going on with this new leader of the catholic church.
01:32:02>> He seems friendly.
01:32:04This angelus prayer, why is it so important?
01:32:09>> Reporter: The angelus is a prayer to the virgin mary that catholics pray three times a day, including at noon.
01:32:16It's become for popes, customary on sunday they come to the window of their private apartment, which overlooks st.
01:32:23Peter's square and they lead the crowd in this prayer and then also usually toss in some reflections, either of spiritual sort of maybe commenting on an issue of the day.
01:32:32He will continue to do this every sunday for as long as his papacy goes on but, of course, natasha, first impressions are the most important.
01:32:41This was the first time pope francis has done this and based upon the reaction of the cheers and the enthusiasm you heard from this massive crowd in rome here today, I would say that he came pretty close to hitting a home run.
01:32:54>> Yes, for sure.
01:32:55It certainly looks that way.
01:32:58Pope francis said yesterday he wants a poor church -- a church for the poor, if I said that correctly.
01:33:04Is that suggesting any new direction for the church to you?
01:33:07>> Reporter: Look, the catholic church always had a concern for the poor but I think that being the first pope from latin america, being a man who has personally been so committed to simplicity of lifestyle as a jesuit preach, as the archbishop of buenos aires and now as pope, I think it means he is determined to try to mobilize the social and political capital of the catholic church in a much more energetic and serious way to try to do something on behalf of the world's poor.
01:33:38That's a message that lots of folks have greeted with real enthusiasm.
01:33:41>> All right.
01:33:41John allen in rome, thank you.
01:33:44>> You bet.
01:33:46>>> Sarah palin has a word for her fellow republicans.
01:33:50She told them to quit preaching to the choir and focus on grass roots.
01:33:54Palin spoke on the last day of the conservative c-pac conference near d.c. yesterday.
01:34:01The event is seen as testing ground for possible presidential candidates.
01:34:06Palin isn't getting much traction on that front.
01:34:09Instead it was senator rand paul, senator marco rubio was a close second followed by rick san torium.
01:34:15>>> Budget cuts in washington, are causing a travel nightmare.
01:34:19Look at the long lines at miami international airport.
01:34:22The cuts affected federal agencies like the tsa, the hiring freeze and overtime cuts are causing longer wait times.
01:34:29>> They said that since the cut was today or whatever, they said it's taking forever to get through.
01:34:36They're cutting people off and holding people back so international flights can go through and then stop us, so we just waited in one place for over an hour and a half doing nothing.
01:34:46People are yelling, screaming, saw awe couple fights.
01:34:49>> Really?
01:34:50>> Yes.
01:34:50>> Wow.
01:34:51More than $85 billion in government-wide sprending cuts TOOK EFFECT MARCH 1st.
01:34:55>>> We now know the identities service members killed in a helicopter crash in afghanistan monday.
01:35:02The pentagon says the victims range from ages 21 to 31.
01:35:06Here are their pictures.
01:35:07Two of them were from florida.
01:35:09The others from iowa, louisiana and maryland.
01:35:12All of them had been assigned to hunter army airfield in georgia.
01:35:17Their chopper went down in southern kandahar during a rainstorm.
01:35:21The military says there was no enemy activity in the area.
01:35:24It's the first deadly coalition helipter crash since last september.
01:35:39>>> Prosecution has focused on the knife and gun that jodi arias used to kill her exboyfriend but we wanted to know more about that evidence.
01:35:46So we talked to a forensics professor and a former investigator, joseph scott morgan says a key factor in the autopsy was the stab wounds.
01:36:00>> If he is being stabbed in the back, did you acknowledge at that point that he's no threat to you, right?
01:36:09>> Objection, calls for speculation.
01:36:11>> Overruled.
01:36:13>> I don't know.
01:36:16>> The injuries that we see on the posterior, this is skin the with the someone being attacked.
01:36:32Demonstrated on the back of the torso is a cluster.
01:36:37Of nine individual sharp force injuries.
01:36:39This is indicative of a frenzy.
01:36:43The reason I believe that this is a frenzied event, is simply by the nature of the number of wounds that we have.
01:36:51Not just involving this large cluster of nine very tightly, compact stab wounds but we also have injuries located in the neck and also superficial injuries located on the backside of mr. alexander's head.
01:37:07None of these injuries in and of themself are fatal.
01:37:10But they are indicative of an individual that is being attacked that is going into a defensive posture.
01:37:18Judging from these injuries that alexander has, all these multiple stab wounds, this would give us pause to think that the width of the blade is rather substantial.
01:37:28It's going to be a little bit bigger than say your average pocket knife.
01:37:33Could very well be consistent with something you could find in a kitchen.
01:37:37I don't necessarily know if it was a hunting knife or not.
01:37:40I do believe we're probably dealing with a single-edged weapon.
01:37:45>> And monday night we'll do something that the arias jury will not do.
01:37:49We've rebuilt the inside of travis alexander's bathroom and closet where he was killed.
01:37:55On "hln after dark" our studio jury will tour the crime scene.
01:38:01Be sure to watch monday night at 10:00 here on hln.
01:38:07>>> Some of us have nice sunny weather, others have storms.
01:38:11What is going on with the forecast?
01:38:12>> That transition, spring is a few days away.
01:38:15Winter is hanging on.
01:38:17Hopefully this will be winter's last gasp.
01:38:22The computer models want to drag cold air in from canada to florida next weekend.
01:38:29You see the snowfall, northern missouri, in towards cincinnati.
01:38:32I think we'll see maybe 1 to 2, could see an isolated 3 inch total.
01:38:39We've been talking about this the last 24 hours.
01:38:41It's going to start to gain some strength.
01:38:44The system will find moisture and with cold air in place, blizzard conditions expected in south dakota.
01:38:52We'll be watching that one start to find its legs.
01:38:55Notice the numbers, the average in minneapolis, 42 for a high.
01:38:59You're looking at 20 on tuesday.
01:39:01Chicago 29.
01:39:02You should be at 47.
01:39:03A year ago, next sunday, you hit 80 degrees.
01:39:06YOU MAY BE LOOKING ONLY AT 20s If the cold air holds true.
01:39:12Salt lake city, take a look at this, record warmth.
01:39:15You're looking at 51 degrees.
01:39:17Denver is nice.
01:39:19Albuquerque, this has been a great spot.
01:39:23Tombstone, arizona, 88 degrees.
01:39:24We had all sorts of records yesterday.
01:39:27It was minus 18 in grand forks, north dakota for a record low.
01:39:32Crazy.
01:39:33Buffalo, 41.
01:39:34Your high is 42.
01:39:36We had snowfall near erie, pennsylvania, a good 1 to 3 inches.
01:39:40Here's the system in the middle of the country, moving across the northern and northwestern states.
01:39:45As it gets its act together, severe weather will set up to start your workweek on monday.
01:39:51That's a springtime event.
01:39:53The cold air behind it, st. louis, your average 56.
01:39:56On friday you're looking at 40 wednesday, little rock 64 on tuesday.
01:40:00And the severe weather threat, chance of damaging winds, maybe some hail.
01:40:04We could have reports, you know, of getting downed trees, power lines.
01:40:08Let's hope that's not the case.
01:40:10This is a good setup with the cold air back behind it.
01:40:12We'll be watching that one extremely closely.
01:40:15Most of the west and southwest, a great st. patrick's day.
01:40:18>> Thank you, tom.
01:40:19>> You're welcome.
01:40:20>>> Apparently kim kardashian's engagement to kris humphries didn't quite go down like we saw it.
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01:43:08>>> We have an update on the story we told you about in december.
01:43:12That's when david hester, a former star of a & e's "storage wars" filed a lawsuit against the network.
01:43:19He claimed a & e rigged results of the auctions by planting items in the storage units.
01:43:26He claimed he was also wrongfully terminated.
01:43:29This week a los angeles superior court judge found threw out his claim of unfair business practices and said that hester must be more specific in his claim of wrongful termination.
01:43:40>>> We'll keep watching the story for you.
01:43:42Any updates we'll give it to you.
01:43:44It looks like the tv network won the first round in court anyway.
01:43:47>>> A producer for "keeping up with the kardashians" says a big moment on that show was fake.
01:43:53Apparently kim kardashian didn't like her initial reaction to kris humphries proposal and didn't want it to air, so the proposal was reshot.
01:44:03The producer also said certain shows were scripted.
01:44:07His testimony was part of a deposition in kris humphries fraud case against kim.
01:44:11He claims kardashian married him just for publicity.
01:44:15KIM WILL BE IN COURT MAY 6th.
01:44:18She insists the marriage, all 72 days of it, was real.
01:44:21>>> A recent rash of deadly wrecks involving teenage drivers killed more than a dozen kids.
01:44:27And now, you can meet a man on a crusade to reverse that deadly trend.
01:44:32He's taking his teenage son along for the ride.
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01:47:25>>> Three car crashes in three states killed 15 teens.
01:47:28You're looking at one of the accident scenes here.
01:47:30Now, this happened just over three days, all those crashes.
01:47:35Crashes are the leading cause of death for teens ages 15 to 20.
01:47:38But one man is hoping to change that.
01:47:40He's on a mission to help young drivers stay safe.
01:47:44Aaron smith started the program.
01:47:45How's your teen driving?
01:47:48How's our teen driving?
01:47:50His son logan with me as well, joining me via skype.
01:47:53Thanks for being here.
01:47:54Aaron, tell us more about this program, because your son is obviously alive and well right here.
01:47:59It's scary to have your kid get behind the wheel, right?
01:48:01>> It is one of the most scariest things I've encountered so far, yes, turning the keys over to my son and watching him drive off.
01:48:11>> Yes.
01:48:12Logan you look like you'd be a pretty safe driver.
01:48:14I don't know if you were like me, testing the limits of car, driving like you're in nascar, I know these days they're texting and dangerous.
01:48:25I know this program has a pledge you have to sign.
01:48:27What are the four pledges?
01:48:29>> I will obey speed limits, traffic signs and laws of the road.
01:48:33I will not drive if I'm tired or any condition that could impair my driving because you could crash.
01:48:41I will wear my seat belt at all times regardless if I'm going to the house next door.
01:48:44And I will not drive aggressively by racing, speeding or targeting or cutting off other drivers.
01:48:53>> These are great points.
01:48:55Is this something your dad was doing with you before you started driving?
01:48:59>> This is the shorter version of what he told me.
01:49:02>> Oh, wow.
01:49:03Is this normal with you and your friends?
01:49:05Are they like, dude, what is your dad being so strict about?
01:49:10To me as a parent, they seem like great rules especially when you see the horrible wrecks and people dying.
01:49:17>> The rules I did sit down, i went over what the top ten were and enforced them.
01:49:24I feel they did a lot of studies on statistics to keep them safe, and my job as a parent is to protect and provide for my child.
01:49:33>> How does the program work?
01:49:34Like you get a sticker and put it on the back of your teen's car and have everybody keep an eye on them?
01:49:41>> That is correct.
01:49:42You purchase, on our website, you can go to our website, you will be e-mailed out a bumper sticker.
01:49:48It says how is our teen driving, and an 800 number.
01:49:54It's quit directions on asking you to tell us what the license plate is and what your complaint is.
01:49:59That's all.
01:50:00>> Okay, so you can really keep tabs on your son.
01:50:03Logan, I would be kind of watching in the rear view mirror, trying to see who is watching me.
01:50:08Are you feeling the eyes on you?
01:50:11Have there been any phone calls?
01:50:12>> I had a couple phone calls.
01:50:14That doesn't happen much anymore because when I'm driving, if you cut someone off or if you're speeding, without it, it's like, what are they going to do?
01:50:25Honk at you, but now they have your phone number.
01:50:27Everyone can see your license plate, so you're being held accountable for it because your parents can be notified, rather than before when there was no way to contact the parents.
01:50:37You're just another car driving erratically.
01:50:39>> I'm glad you're being safer on the road.
01:50:41Io want you to be okay and everyone else, too.
01:50:44An interesting, helpful program.
01:50:46Thanks so much, and remember, if you're watching and you want to sign up for the safe driving program, all you have to do is go to hlntv.com/weekendexpress.
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01:54:08>>> Snooki is back, and looking better than ever after having a baby, and I told she's chatting with you.
01:54:19What's our favorite jersey girl up to?
01:54:21>> She's looking fit.
01:54:23She's feeling good.
01:54:24And she may be ready to take the next step in her career, a step that she would like to take on a dance floor.
01:54:29Watch this.
01:54:32I have to believe they have approached you to do the " >> no.
01:54:36And I would so do it.
01:54:38I mean, I feel like I'm a good dancer and I got this new body.
01:54:42I would do it in a heart beat.
01:54:44>> Were you ticked off when mike got the first call of the entire cast?
01:54:48>> I was very happy for him.
01:54:50At the fact he can't even dance yet he did this, that was awesome.
01:54:54And we were all proud of him for that.
01:54:55But you know, if they did ask me, I would say yes.
01:54:58>> Totally into it.
01:55:00Even though you know it's an amazing amount of work.
01:55:02People are brought to tears.
01:55:04You saw nancy grace brought to tears when she did the show.
01:55:08>> Ci know, and she's a tough lady.
01:55:11>> I think I could handle it.
01:55:13>> I'm sure you could.
01:55:14We have seen your dance moves, by the way, in your just dance video.
01:55:18>> That's not real dance moves.
01:55:19>> Come on.
01:55:23>> That's not how I dance at the club.
01:55:26All right, ron.
01:55:28One more game, and this time, i brought my girls.
01:55:32>> Barbra streisand.
01:55:36>> No.
01:55:36>> That was you.
01:55:38>> I know.
01:55:39>> But you're saying -- >> that was rehearsed danced we had to do for the commercial.
01:55:46If I were to freestyle, that would be a different story.
01:55:48>> Freestyle is not what happened on "dancing with the " mike did okay.
01:55:53He did better than some people imagined.
01:55:56Would you be able to take it further in the competition than mike?
01:55:59>> When I have motivation and dedication, I can go anywhere, i feel, so I feel like I could win, maybe.
01:56:05>> The mirror ball and snooki.
01:56:07>> I don't know.
01:56:08Let's try it out.
01:56:08>> Love to see it.
01:56:10>> She's obviously determined, natasha, and feels confident about it.
01:56:14By the way, she lost 42 pounds post baby.
01:56:19She had her son in august.
01:56:21She was on the cover of us weekly looking terrific.
01:56:24She lost it by good old exercise and good eating.
01:56:28>> I'm glad she's doing so well.
01:56:30Good for her.
01:56:31Aj hammer, thanks so much.
01:56:32>> You gault it.
01:56:33>> Nfl player donte stallworth was one of two people hurt in a hot air balloon crash in miami.
01:56:39The balloon hit power lines and went down.
01:56:42A third person in the basket was not hurt.
01:56:47Stallworth's agent said he's recovering and could be ready to play football in a matter of weeks.
01:56:53The national transportation safety board is investigating.
01:56:55>> Michael vick told a church full of people he's glad he got a second chance.
01:57:00Vick went to prison for dog fighting in 2007.
01:57:02The nfl player spoke yesterday to a group that works with teens in detention centers.
01:57:07Vick canceled some book signings a few days ago because of threats.
01:57:11He said he's just trying to stay positive.
01:57:14>> Every decision counts.
01:57:15It's very important to, you know, think before you speak, think before you act, and you know, kind of depend on the people who really believe in you.
01:57:24>> I really appreciate him coming out today and just letting the kids know that even though you make mistakes in life, you can still bounce back and be successful.
01:57:32>> The eagles quarterback and his family got a dog last year.
01:57:36People for the ethical treatment of animals said vick should never be allowed to own a dog again.
01:57:42>> Twinkies are coming back.
01:57:44Maybe as soon as this summer.
01:57:45A private equity company said it bought the bran along with ding-dongs and ho-hoes from hostess.
01:57:57The last batch of twinkies were made four months ago.
01:57:59That, as you know, led to twinkie hoarding.
01:58:01Some boxes selling for thousands of dollars on ebay.
01:58:05>> A horrible bus crash kills a plaum and a baby and now a college la crosse team is mourning their coach.
01:59:41>>> Pope francis is greeting big peter's square today.
01:59:46A first for him and for them.
01:59:49>> In charge and they weren't going to let that train go out until they knew it was safe.
01:59:54>> A commuter train riders get a shock when the feds swarm in to check out a potential nuclear threat.
01:59:59Wait until you hear the innocent act that triggered it all.
02:00:04>> Launch is a big word in many places.
02:00:09There's no better word for st.
02:00:11Patrick's day.
02:00:12 paddy's day.
02:00:15Thanks for joining us on " >> an alleged rape victim broke down on the stand yesterday.
02:00:24Lawyers showed had girl a picture of herself naked, laying on the floor.
02:00:28She said she hardly remembers anything from that night.
02:00:32The judge decides today if two stuberville ohio football players are guilty in the attack.
02:00:38Poppy harlow has been following this trial.
02:00:41Poppy, what's the latest?
02:00:43>> Hi, there, natasha.
02:00:45After four long days of testimony, the feat of two young men in this town, trent mays and malik richmond, both star players at the local high school here, their fate lays in the hands of visiting judge after the testimony of the 16-year-old alleged victim ended, as you said, as she broke down on the stand saying she really doesn't remember much at all from that night back in august.
02:01:10The prosecution and the defense rested their cases, making closing arguments for their clients.
02:01:15I want you to take a listen to those first.
02:01:17Let's listen to the defense.
02:01:20>> There's no dna of malik richmond anywhere.
02:01:25No one calls the police.
02:01:26No one calls the alleged victim's parents.
02:01:30No one calls their own parents.
02:01:32No one even contacts anyone.
02:01:34Why is that?
02:01:35Are these all bad kids?
02:01:40>> The defense arguing that the prosecution, the state of ohio, did not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that these two young men indeed raped this 16-year-old girl on that night in august.
02:01:52The burden of proof does lie on the prosecution to prove that.
02:01:55Listen to part of their closing statement.
02:01:58>> This case isn't about social media, isn't about big red football.
02:02:03This case is about a 16-year-old girl who was taken advantage of, toyed with, and humiliated.
02:02:11And it's time that the people who did that to her are held responsible.
02:02:20>> Now, it's the judge, natasha, who is going to make the final decision here.
02:02:24There's no jury because it is a juvenile case, and if these two young men are found guilty, the maximum sentence they face is until they're 21 years old.
02:02:34>> Poppy harlow in steubenville, ohio, thank you.
02:02:38>> A massive crowd cheered when pope francis delivered his first prayer.
02:02:43Some 150,000 people saw him at st. peter's square this morning.
02:02:48That's much more than usual.
02:02:49There were flags from all over the world.
02:02:52You could feel the excitement in the air.
02:03:01Angelus is the first prayer for any pope.
02:03:05He said I thank you with my heart and I ask you to continue to pray for me.
02:03:09>> A man cut off his electronic device before he kidnapped a woman.
02:03:16He kidnapped and killed a woman and raped her 10-year-old girl on thursday.
02:03:22He removed his tracking anklet before the attack and reconnected it quickly enough that his probation office wasn't alerted.
02:03:29>> A woman's la crosse coach and her unborn baby were killed in a bus crash yesterday.
02:03:35Christina quigley was 6 months pregnant with a baby boy.
02:03:39The team's bus swerved and hit a tree in pennsylvania.
02:03:44They were headed from seton hill university to a game in millersville.
02:03:50The driver was killed and some of the players went to the hospital.
02:03:53There's a memorial service tonight.
02:03:55>> After the play, we were sent alerts, and it said there was an accident from the women's la crosse team, and my roommate is on the la crosse team, so I was very nervous, but I did find out she's okay.
02:04:09>> Everyone is devastated by the losses.
02:04:12And it almost seems like we're all coming together, you know, as a school.
02:04:16I know the baseball team is going to do something for tomorrow.
02:04:19We have a game.
02:04:20We're going to have black wrist bands, probably put stuff on, stuff like that.
02:04:25>> Rain and snow on the road yesterday, but police have not released an official cause of the crash.
02:04:32Quigley leaves behind a husband and another young son.
02:04:37>>> Tomorrow, jodi arias is going to be back in court for her murder trial.
02:04:41There were a lot of fireworks in the courtroom as she wrapped up her testimony this last week.
02:04:48She was on the stand for 18 days.
02:04:51Nancy grace counts down her top three moments from last week.
02:04:54Let's start with number three.
02:04:56>> Bloody murder over the prosecution being so aggressive with her, which I thought was called for.
02:05:02But frankly, the jurors' questions were much more harsh than prosecutor juan martinez's questions.
02:05:09When she finished her testimony, I considered that to be a benchmark moment in the case.
02:05:16We were now going forward with the end of the defense.
02:05:19The state's case, the defense case goes here.
02:05:23She testified, it goes down from there.
02:05:27>> The second best moment in court is when her shrink took the stand and said that she is suffering from transigent global amnesia which can be brought on by sex.
02:05:43She's on the stand, and the prosecutor, juan martinez, is following up on a jury question and he forces her to go through the entire scenario in 62 seconds.
02:05:57I've actually timed it out.
02:05:58I had eight or nine different staff members go through the murder, the account.
02:06:04Just to tell what happened.
02:06:06Takes over 62 seconds.
02:06:08And when she has to break down second by second, moment by moment, what happened, it was completely implausible.
02:06:17Her scenario of how travis alexander was killed is really impossible.
02:06:23>> And monday night, we're going to do something the arias jury will not do, go back to the crime scene.
02:06:29We rebuilt the inside of travis alexander's bathroom and his closet, where he was killed, on hln after dark, our studio jury will tour the scene.
02:06:38Plus the man who defended casey anthony comes here to defend jodi arias.
02:06:43That's right, jose baez will be here to present his defense to the jury.
02:06:50Be sure to watch monday night at 10:00 p.m. on hln.
02:06:59>>> Don't forget to wear your green today.
02:07:02It's st. patrick's day.
02:07:04Several parades and celebrations kick off this weekend already.
02:07:07In chicago, people watched as workers dumped green dye into the chicago river.
02:07:16That's an eco friendly tradition.
02:07:17Thousands of people hit the streets in savannah, georgia, decked out in every shade of green imaginably.
02:07:24They watched the city's three-hour long parade.
02:07:30Happy st. patrick's day.
02:07:31The luck of the irish with the w warmth, huh?
02:07:35>> I'll say, 82 in tombstone, 76 in denver.
02:07:40Midland, texas, broke a record.
02:07:4388 Degrees as well.
02:07:44It's been quite nice, but it comes to an end for some areas.
02:07:47We had the big parade in boston later on this morning.
02:07:50Still looks pleasant there, but there's a number of festivities and we have rain and no to talk about.
02:07:57 louis was at 73 on friday, now they're looking at a little rain/snow mix, changing over to snow, mainly north of st. louis.
02:08:041 To 2 inches.
02:08:05That slides over to cincinnati.
02:08:07They're looking at some snowfall, too.
02:08:09Rain in lexington, and that slides back to springfield, missouri.
02:08:14That's going to move to the northeast.
02:08:18This is the yararea we're watching.
02:08:20Let me show you what the colors look like when we show you the colors, the advisories in green.
02:08:25Blizzard conditions expected, areas of south dakota, into minnesota.
02:08:30Winter storm watches, advisories in effect.
02:08:32This is with one we talked about coming in from the pacific northwest.
02:08:36There it is, joining hands with energy to the south, and we'll watch the weather map produce the possibility of a severe weather outbreak.
02:08:45We're not sure how widespread it will be, but hail and damaging winds can be expected.
02:08:52Here's how your monday is shaping up.
02:08:54Sunday into monday as we watch the rain and snow change into rain in cincinnati, chicago, a little bit of the white stuff.
02:09:00I think it's going to be warm to be mainly rainfall, and we'll watch this as we get into monday afternoon.
02:09:06Just in time for your evening drive home.
02:09:11Again, that's just a computer model.
02:09:13We're watching that closely.
02:09:14Other than that, here's the severe weather threat for monday, from lexington to jackson, mississippi, over toward atlanta.
02:09:21The possibility of some pretty strong winds with severe weather.
02:09:2636 In pittsburgh today.
02:09:27In new orleans, a chance of rain.
02:09:29That moves into northern areas of florida on st. patrick's day.
02:09:33To the north, still quite chilly.
02:09:39Kaspar, 48.
02:09:40Pacific northwest, an onshore flow, 58 in seattle.
02:09:44Mountain snow in the cascades and they're basking in summer like conditions in the southwest, 80 in vegas.
02:09:49Hope you have a good st.
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02:12:42>>> A two people were killed.
02:12:44Johnson was doing warm-up laps and lost control of his car.
02:12:51>>> The driver's 14-year-old cousin was killed.
02:12:54Two spectators describe what they saw.
02:12:57>> She was not trying to come off the track.
02:13:00He was trying to make the corner, and he didn't make the corner.
02:13:04And went flying from the exit.
02:13:10It started tumbling and struck two people and a quad.
02:13:13>> It's devastating.
02:13:14Coming out to have a good time and fun.
02:13:17You never know what's going to happen because it's racing.
02:13:19You know, so racing can be dangerous.
02:13:21>> No one else was hurt.
02:13:23Investigators are looking at mechanical failure as a possible cause.
02:13:27>> California farmers have a problem on their hands and you might notice the difference at your dinner table.
02:13:32They need more workers to help them in the field.
02:13:36Asparagus crops are ready at this farm near stockton, but there aren't enough people to bring it in.
02:13:42>> For sure, it's getting worse every year.
02:13:45All my friends in the business are all pretty concerned.
02:13:48So if you have stuff that's 18 inches high because you couldn't get there, to cut it in time, that's lost revenue, lost production.
02:13:59>> Several farms rely on migrant workers.
02:14:03Stricter immigrations could be to blame for fewer workers this year.
02:14:09Farming is a $44 billion industry in california.
02:14:12>> A skier gets caught in an avalanche with a camera strapped to his head.
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02:17:10>>> Maintenance workers found a body in an airport elevator shaft.
02:17:14Officials say there was no foul play.
02:17:16They think 31-year-old chad wolfe pried open the elevator doors and fell.
02:17:21His family says they're distraught and they don't believe he would do anything stupid.
02:17:26He flew to tampa with his girlfriend the night before.
02:17:29She told his family he mixed alcohol with a xanax and she told him to wait for her while she got the luggage.
02:17:35Some of his luggage was found in the parking lot.
02:17:37Police are investigating what happened.
02:17:46>> Do you feel it?
02:17:48March madness is in the air.
02:17:49This is selection sunday, of course.
02:17:50Tonight, we're going to find out the teams that are playing in the ncaa basketball tournament.
02:17:57After that, a time for all of us to fill in our brackets.
02:18:00Make sure to fill one out.
02:18:03Excitement is building in atlanta where the final four teams will meet.
02:18:06Look what's going on cnn center downstairs.
02:18:09Hear from the studios.
02:19:05>>> Pretty coolering right?
02:19:12Was your head spinning?
02:19:12Joe carter explains it in his bracket breakdown.
02:19:14>> Go big or go home.
02:19:16Atlanta, of course, is the host site for this year's final four.
02:19:18And as you can see here at the cnn center, we have the biggest bracket in town.
02:19:23It's got to be 30 feet by 40 feet.
02:19:28This is massive.
02:19:29Today, we'll find out the schools that are going to be on the bracket, be in the ncaa tournament.
02:19:35An exciting time of the year, selection sunday is the day.
02:19:39The committee will be looking at a lot of schools, paying attention to the conference championships, in the acc, s.e.c., and big 10.
02:19:46A couple fun facts for you.
02:19:48Men actually spend 30 minutes longer than women filling out their brackets.
02:19:54Men spend an average of 75 minutes.
02:19:55It takes 75 minutes out of their day to fill out just one bracket.
02:19:59If you're like me, you have multiple brackets.
02:20:055 Billion will be wagered on this year's tournament.
02:20:07A big chunk of that, of course, is low-stakes gambling that happens in office pools.
02:20:12You know what I'm talking about.
02:20:14Everyone likes to play the office brackets.
02:20:16Tournament wide open.
02:20:17There is no clear cut number one like there was last year with kentucky cruising through the entire tournament.
02:20:22My advice to you, filling out the bracket, you can go with the strategy of picking matchups of teams with coaches, the strategy of one mascot over another, maybe you like team colors.
02:20:37My advice, have fun, enjoy the tournament, and good luck.
02:20:40>> Sometimes I pick the cutest players.
02:20:42If you need more ideas about filling out the bracket, how to do it, watch morning express tomorrow morning with robin meade starting at 6:00 a.m.
02:20:51Eastern.
02:20:51Bracket monday, don't miss it.
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02:24:14>>> What a scare for some chicago commuters when federal agents swarmed their train.
02:24:19They were investigating a possible nuclear threat.
02:24:24Our reporter of our chicago affiliate talked with passenger whose innocent act triggered the alarm.
02:24:31>> Sources say these are members of the elite ts, viper team, boarding the union pacific west line.
02:24:40They're carrying handheld nuclear detect devices which picked up a reading.
02:24:47They detained this train and searched for the person or bag that could be posing a deadly threat.
02:24:53>> Whose bag is this?
02:24:56There the bag in question turned out to be clean, but there's a signal of something nuclear.
02:25:01>> They were in charge and they weren't going to let the train go out.
02:25:04>> Jerry jones, a chicago lawyer, was heading home in the train.
02:25:08He's the passenger in the blue shirt.
02:25:10>> They narrowed it down to the people around you on the train.
02:25:13>> Yes, they did.
02:25:15>> You're thinking I wonder what they're looking for.
02:25:17>> I had no idea I was the center of security.
02:25:21>> He said the security team must have picked up on him as he walked up the stairs.
02:25:28Little did he no a nuclear stress test he took earlier in the day would set off the silent alarms.
02:25:36>> Probably 15 minutes.
02:25:37>> Buzzing around, looking for this bag or person.
02:25:40>> Yes?
02:25:40>> They passed by him several times before ending up on his train car.
02:25:46Finally, he got a clue when an agent questions the guy.
02:25:50>> He said, do you have an explanation as to why I'm getting a high isotope reading obyour bag.
02:25:57>> He realized he was the one they were looking for.
02:26:02That's when he raised his hand to confess.
02:26:05>> I had a nuclear stress test.
02:26:07>> After showing his id, which can leave patients emitting radiation for some time, he and the other passengers were let go.
02:26:19>> Great security knowing there are people on the lookout for this type of thing.
02:26:22>> By the way, patients undergoing nuclear testing can request a card that they can give to security if they travel afterward.
02:26:30It's something the doctors have done for air travelers before.
02:26:35>> Have you looked at these pictures yet?
02:26:37The driver of this pickup allegedly got wasted on whiskey and became a one-man wrecking drew in a home depot.
02:26:47The man plowed through a bunch of storage sheds and swing sets until the truck got stuck on a curb.
02:26:53Look at that.
02:26:55Cops arrested the man, but not before he tried to fight them off.
02:27:00Police admisay he admitted to guzzling an eighth of whiskey before getting behind the wheel.
02:27:05>> A skier buried alive by an avalanche recorded the entire thing on his helmet cam.
02:27:12It swept him away near the idaho/montana border.
02:27:17He was carried more than 1,000 feet down the mountain.
02:27:22He was completely enveloped by the snow.
02:27:24>> I could feel it behind me, more and more pressure on my back, pushing me harder and harder into the trees.
02:27:31Finally, I heard the wood splintering and I went through the tree and the tree got taken down the hill with the avalanche also.
02:27:38>> Lucky for him, a group of his friends dug him out in three minutes.
02:27:43He got away with a dislocated shoulder and some bruises.
02:27:47>> Who doesn't love a good birthday celebration?
02:27:50Scott golden sent us these shots of his birthday trip to the big apple.
02:27:55There he is on the left in the black sweater.
02:27:59He celebrated 46 in style with stops in little italy, and even outside the cnn video.
02:28:06Have a photo from your weekend you'd like to share?
02:28:09Go to hlntv.com/weekendexpress.
02:28:14>> Some travelers may have budget cuts to blame for long lines at one major airport.
02:29:41>>> We're on verdict watch this morning in the steubenville rape case.
02:29:46Testimony finished last night.
02:29:47Two teens accused of raping a 16-year-old girl.
02:29:51She says she was too drunk to know what was going on.
02:29:54There is no jury in this case.
02:29:56The judge will give his verdict this morning.
02:29:57>> Evacuation orders are lifted for a wildfire burning in colorado.
02:30:01People were allowed to return home yesterday.
02:30:03Crews are still trying to get a grip on the fire.
02:30:06It's about 45% contained.
02:30:08Investigators say that someone started it by accident.
02:30:11So far, no homes have been damaged.
02:30:14Residents were warned to stay on alert.
02:30:16>> This morning, pope francis delivered his first angelus prayer since becoming pontiff.
02:30:27His prayer is a papal sunday tradition.
02:30:29The crowd's extra large today because pope francis was just elected last week.
02:30:33And those are some of the stories we're working for you here on weekend express, happy st. patrick's day.
02:30:40I'm natasha curry.
02:30:42One of the big issues for pope francis may be the question of women becoming priests.
02:30:46As of yet, the church has only allowed men to be ordained, but many catholics don't agree with that.
02:30:52A recent poll shows two thirds of american catholics think women should be allowed to be priests.
02:30:59And one woman fighting to change church policy is victoria fleming.
02:31:06Thanks for joining us.
02:31:08Explain the history for us, would you, on why women aren't allowed to be priests in the catholic church?
02:31:13>> Well, just tradition, right.
02:31:15Going back to the 12 apostles were men and in that tradition, priests have been traditionally men.
02:31:30They have been resistant to making any changes.
02:31:33>> Some say the male-only priest role has been part of the doctrine since the beginning of the church, so do you think it's impossible to change it?
02:31:41>> Ultimately, yes, I do think it's possible.
02:31:44When I was a kid, I remember there were no girl alter servers and that was something that was considered something that would never happen, and I have two daughters who were alter servers so that has changed.
02:31:56Change can happen.
02:31:56It can happen slowly and thoughtfully and hopefully change maybe be possible with a new pope.
02:32:03>> So for those catholics who are resistant to this kind of change, do you think, I don't know?
02:32:10What is the argument?
02:32:11Do you think women can do a better job than men in any aspect of the priesthood?
02:32:16>> I don't think they have to do a better job, but certainly, i think women have a tremendous amount to offer in terms of leadership positions, and maybe as a stepping stone to the priesthood, it would be wise for the church to start opening up other positions to women that have traditionally been reserved for men.
02:32:36That might be a good way to get the process started.
02:32:39>> To put it together way, what do you think the church could gain by allowing women to become priests because you think they should be allowed to become priests?
02:32:48>> I do, and I think women are perfectly capable, they're good multitaskers, they're good organizationally, they're able to handle a lot of diverse interests and needs at the same time.
02:32:59They can attend to both the emotional needs of a congregation as well as to the administrative tasks.
02:33:07If you get down to churches at the local level, most churches are by and large run by women.
02:33:12If you go into the office, there are women there.
02:33:14If you look at who is running the schools, running religious education programs, by and large, it's the women in these roles.
02:33:24>> You make a very good point.
02:33:25Let me ask you something else.
02:33:27One recent study shows americans are now less religious than they had ever been.
02:33:32Before, 1 in 5 americans in fact do not have a religious preference.
02:33:38That number has doubled in the last 20-plus years.
02:33:40Is that because people are losing interest in religion?
02:33:43Or because churches don't know how to appeal to those people?
02:33:46>> I think that a lot of the politics of the religious organizations are turning people off because if you look at it, although religiosity is on a decline, a sense of spirituality, I think, is on the rise.
02:33:59And certainly in my own private practice as a therapist, I see that.
02:34:04I see a lot of people struggling to find a relationship with god, find a sense of spiritual being and peace.
02:34:09But they're trying to do so outside of the religious structure.
02:34:13I think frankly it's because they have had it with the politics of the religion.
02:34:17That's what I think is a shame because I think any organized religion if it's doing its job right, what it's doing is giving people a venue and an infrastructure to explore their spirituality and express that.
02:34:29And I think that's one of the reasons I'm so hopeful about this new pope, is that he's a man of such profound faith and spirit.
02:34:38You could see it the minute he stepped out on the balcony, so my hope is he's able to inspire catholics to research to the structure of catholicism to continue their own spiritual exploration.
02:34:50>> Well, victoria, thank you so much for giving us some important points to think about.
02:34:56>> Sarah palin has a word for her fellow republicans.
02:34:59She told them to quit preaching to the choir and focus on grassroots.
02:35:05She spoke on the last day of the conservative cpack conference.
02:35:12It's the testing ground for possible candidates.
02:35:18It was rand paul who won the straw poll there.
02:35:22Marco rubio was a close second followed by rick santorum.
02:35:25>> Budget cuts in washington, are causing a travel nightmare.
02:35:28Look at the long lines at miami international airport.
02:35:32Cuts affected federal agencies like the tsa.
02:35:36Overtime cuts are causing longer wait times.
02:35:39>> They said that it was taking forever to get through, so they're cutting people off and holding people back.
02:35:49So international flights can go through, and then stop us so we just waited in one place for over an hour and a half doing nothing.
02:35:55People are yelling, screaming.
02:35:57A couple fights.
02:35:58>> Really?
02:35:59>> Yeah.
02:35:59>> Wow, more than 85 billion dollars in government wide spending cuts took effect march 1st.
02:36:15>> That transition, spring is a few days away.
02:36:18Hopefully this will be winter's last gasp.
02:36:21The computer models want to drag cold air from canada all the way to northern florida by next weekend.
02:36:28We're starting to see that as it makes its way into iowa, northern missouri, in towards cincinnati.
02:36:37Could see 1 to 2, an isolated 3 inch total.
02:36:41We have been talking about this the last 24 hours because it's really going to gain some strength.
02:36:46The system is going to find moisture, and with cold air in place, blizzard conditions expected in south dakota and minnesota.
02:36:54We have winter storm watches and warnings in effect.
02:36:57We'll watch that find its legs.
02:36:58Notice the numbers.
02:36:59The average in minneapolis is 42 for a high.
02:37:01You're looking at 20 on tuesday.
02:37:04Chicago, 29.
02:37:04You should be at 47.
02:37:06A year ago, next sunday, you hit 80 degrees.
02:37:09YOU MAY BE LOOKING AT ONLY 20s If the cold air holds true for the weekend.
02:37:15Salt lake city, take a look at this, you had record warmth.
02:37:18Now you're looking at 51.
02:37:20Denver is nice, albuquerque.
02:37:22This is a nice spot, wichita falls, tucson, arizona, 88, we had all sorts of records yesterday.
02:37:33Buffalo, 31.
02:37:33Your high is 42.
02:37:35You're going to see the possibility of snowfall already.
02:37:40Around pennsylvania, a good one to three inches.
02:37:42Here's the system in the middle of the country, the next one we're watching moving across the northern and northwestern states.
02:37:48As it gets its act together, severe weather will set up.
02:37:52That's a springtime event.
02:37:53But the cold air behind it, take a look at these numbers.
02:37:56St. louis, your average, 56.
02:37:58You were at 73 on friday.
02:38:01You're looking at 40 on wednesday.
02:38:03Little rock, 64 on wednesday, and a chance of damaging winds, maybe hail.
02:38:07We could have reports, you know, getting downed trees, maybe power lines.
02:38:11Let's hope that's not the case.
02:38:12This is a good setup with the cold air behind it.
02:38:15We'll be watching that extremely closely.
02:38:18Much of the west and southwest, great st. patricks.
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02:41:21>>> We have an update on a story we told you about in december.
02:41:25That's when david hester, a former star of a&e's storage wars filed a lawsuit against the network.
02:41:34He claimed a&e rigged results of the ocs by planting things in the storage lockers.
02:41:41This week, a los angeles superior court judge threw out his claim of unfair business practices and said he must be more specific in his claim of wrongful termination.
02:41:56We'll keep watching the story for you, but it looks like the tv network won the first round in court, anyway.
02:42:05>>> The prosecution has focused on the knife and the gun that jodi arias used to kill her ex-boyfriend, but we wanted to know more about that evidence, so we talked to a forensics professor and a former investigator, joseph scott morgan says a key factor in theithe autopsy was the stab wounds.
02:42:26>> So if he is being stabbed in the back, would you acknowledge at that point he's no threat to you, right?
02:42:37>> Objection, calls for speculation.
02:42:39>> Overruled.
02:42:40>> I don't know.
02:42:42>> The injuries we have seen on the pos tearier backside are not consistent with a individual that was in, say, the throws of hacking another individual.
02:42:55This is consistent with someone who was being attacked.
02:42:59Demonstrated on the back of the oers torso is a cluster of nine individual sharp force entries.
02:43:07This is indicative of a frenzy.
02:43:10The reason I believe this is a frenzied attempt is simply by the nature of the number of wounds we have, not just involving this large cluster of nine very tightly compact stab wounds, but we also have injuries located in the neck and also superficial injuries located on the backside of mr. alexander's head.
02:43:33None of these injuries in and of itself are fatal, but they're indicative of an individual that is being attacked going into a defensive posture.
02:43:45Judging from these injuries that alexander has, all these multiple stab wounds, this gives cause to say the blade is substantial.
02:43:55It's going to be a little bigger than your average pocket knife.
02:43:59Could very well be something you could find in a kitchen.
02:44:05I don't necessarily know if it's a hunting knife or not, but i believe it would be a single edged weapon.
02:44:11>> And monday night, we're going to do something that the arias jury will not do, rebuild the inside of travis alexander's bathroom and closet where he was killed.
02:44:21On hln after dark, our studio jury will tour the crime scene.
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02:47:17>>> Three car crashes in three states killed 15 teens.
02:47:22Now, this happened in over three days, all those crashes.
02:47:26Crash is the leading cause of death for teens ages 15 to 20, but one man is hoping to change that.
02:47:32He's on a mission to help young drivers stay safe.
02:47:36Aaron smith started the program.
02:47:37How is your teen driving?
02:47:38How is our teen driving?
02:47:40His son logan with us as well, joining me via skype.
02:47:43Thanks for being here.
02:47:45Aaron, tell us more about this program because your son, obviously, is alive and well right here, but it's scary to have your kid get behind the wheel, right?
02:47:53>> It's one of the most scary things I have encountered so far, turning the keys over to my son and watching him drive off.
02:48:04>> You look like you would be a safe driver, but I don't know if you were like me when you started driving, testing the limits of your car, driving like you're in nascar.
02:48:12These days, kids are texting and it can be >> the four pledges are, like, i will obey the speed limits, traffic signs, and the laws of the road.
02:48:30I will not drive if I'm tired or any condition I can impair my driving, so you don't crash.
02:48:37I'll wear my seat belt at all times, regardless if I'm going to the house next door.
02:48:42And I will not drive aggressively by racing, speeding, targeting, or cutting off other drivers.
02:48:48>> Now, these are great points.
02:48:50Is this something your dad was already doing with you before you started driving, or is this something that triggered it?
02:48:55>> No, this is actually the shorter version of what he told me.
02:48:58>> Oh, wow.
02:49:00?
02:49:00Yeah.
02:49:00>> Is this normal with you and your friends?
02:49:03Are they, dude, what is your dad being so strict about?
02:49:06As a parent, they sound like great rules.
02:49:08>> Yeah.
02:49:09>> Especially when you see the horrible wrecks that have happened and people dies.
02:49:14>> Right.
02:49:14The rules I set down, I did do and went over what the top ten were.
02:49:19And just enforced them.
02:49:20I feel that they did a lot of studies and statistics to keep them safe.
02:49:24And my job as a parent is to protect and provide for my child.
02:49:29>> So how does this whole program work?
02:49:30Is it kind of like you get a sticker and you can put it on the back of your teen's car and have everybody else keep an eye on them?
02:49:36>> That is correct.
02:49:37That is correct.
02:49:39You purchase a -- on our website, you go to our website, you will be e-mailed out a bumper sticker.
02:49:45It says, "how's our teen driving?
02:49:48"And an 800 number.
02:49:49And when you call in, just quick directions on asking you to tell us what the license plate number is and what your complaint is.
02:49:55That's all.
02:49:56>> Okay.
02:49:57So you can really keep tabs on your son.
02:50:00So, logan, I would be kind of watching the rearview mirror to see who's watching me.
02:50:06Are you feeling the eyes on you?
02:50:08Have there been any phone calls?
02:50:09>> I've actually had a couple phone calls.
02:50:13That doesn't happen much anymore, because when I'm driving, it's not like -- if you cut someone off, speeding, doing something you're not supposed to do, it's kind of, like, what are they going to do?
02:50:21Honk at you?
02:50:23Now, they have your phone number, everyone can see your license plate, and now you're being held accountable for it because your parents can be notified, whereas before, where there's no way to contact the parents, you're another car that's driving erratically.
02:50:36>> I'm glad you're being safer on the road.
02:50:38We want you to be okay and everyone else, too.
02:50:41A very interesting, helpful program.
02:50:43Aaron, logan, thank you very much.
02:50:44Remember, if you're watching right now and you want to sign up for the safe driving program, go to hlntv.com/weekendexpress.
02:50:54>>> They're back, or they will be soon.
02:50:57Twinkies, they're not the only snack ready to make a comeback.
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02:54:12>>> Snooky is back and looking better than ever after having a baby.
02:54:16I hear she stopped by "showbiz tonight" to chat with you, a.j.
02:54:21So what's our favorite jersey girl up to these days, huh?
02:54:24>> I've got to tell you, snookie is looking fit, she's feeling good, and she may be ready to take the next step in her career, a step she would like to take on a dance floor.
02:54:33Watch this.
02:54:35I have to believe they've approached you to do the " never?
02:54:40>> No, and I would so do it.
02:54:43I feel like I'm a good dancer and I have this new body.
02:54:46>> Were you a little ticked off when mike got the first call from the entire cast to -- >> no, I was actually very, very happy for him.
02:54:52You know, the fact that he can't even dance, but yet he did this.
02:54:55I mean, that was awesome.
02:54:57You know, we're all proud of him for that.
02:54:58You know, if they did ask me, i would definitely say yes.
02:55:01>> Totally be into it?
02:55:03>> Yes.
02:55:03>> It's an amazing amount of work, and people are brought -- >> oh, yes.
02:55:07>> You have seen nancy grace brought to tears when she did -- >> yeah, and she's a tough lady.
02:55:11>> Yeah, for sure.
02:55:14>> I think I can handle it.
02:55:15>> I'm sure you could.
02:55:16We've already seen your dance moves, by the way, in your "just dance" videos.
02:55:22>> I have real dance moves.
02:55:24>> Oh, come on.
02:55:25>> That's not how I dance at the club.
02:55:27All right, ron.
02:55:28One hand.
02:55:32And this time, I can do better dancing.
02:55:34I brought my girls.
02:55:35>> Barbra streisand.
02:55:36>> Ooh!
02:55:40No.
02:55:40>> Well, that was you.
02:55:41>> I know but -- >> you're saying we would see -- >> that was rehearse dancing, so we had to do for that commercial.
02:55:47If I were to freestyle, it would be a different story.
02:55:50>> Freestyling is not what happens on "dancing with the " the question is, mike did okay.
02:55:55He did better than some people imagined.
02:55:57>> Mm-hmm.
02:55:57>> Would you be able to take it further in that competition than mike?
02:56:00>> I mean, when I have motivation and dedication, i could go anywhere and feel -- so I feel like I could win, maybe.
02:56:08>> The mirror ball and snooki.
02:56:10>> Yeah, let's try it out.
02:56:12>> Love to see it.
02:56:13>> She's obviously determined, natasha, and feels very, very confident about it.
02:56:27ole exercise and good eating.
02:56:28>> The best way to do it.
02:56:31I'm glad she's doing so well, and good for her.
02:56:33A.j. hammer, thanks so much.
02:56:34>> You got it.
02:56:37>>> Nfl player donte stallworth was one of two people hurt in a hot-air balloon crash in miami.
02:56:44The balloon hit power lines and went down.
02:56:46A third person in the basket was not hurt.
02:56:49Stallworth's agent says he's recovering and could be ready to play football again in a matter of weeks.
02:56:54The national transportation and safety board is investigating.
02:56:57>>> Michael vick told a church full of people he's glad he got a second chance.
02:57:01Vick went to prison for dog fighting in 2007.
02:57:05The nfl player spoke yesterday to a group that works with teens in detention centers.
02:57:10Vick cancelled some booksignings a few days ago because of threats.
02:57:14He said he's just trying to stay positive.
02:57:17>> Every decision counts.
02:57:19It's very important to, you know, think before you speak, think before you act, and, you know, kind of depend on the people who, you know, really believe in you.
02:57:26>> I really appreciate him coming out today and just letting the kids know that even though you make mistakes in life, you can still bounce back and be successful.
02:57:35>> The eagles' quarterback and his family got a dog last year.
02:57:39People for the ethical treatment of animals said vick should never be allowed to own a dog again.
02:57:44>>> Twinkies are coming back.
02:57:48Maybe as soon as this summer.
02:57:48A private equity company says it bought the brand along with ding dongs and ho hos from bankrupt hostess.
02:57:55The last batch of twinkies were made four months ago, and that, as you know, led to twinkie hoarding, some boxes selling for THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ON eBAY Even.
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02:58:08>>> A horrible bus crash kills a mom and a baby, and now a college lacrosse team is mourning their coach.
02:59:44>>.
02:59:44>> We're on verdict watch in the rape case out of steubenville, ohio.
02:59:47The judge is expected to make his decision any minute now.
02:59:51>>> We're mourning the loss of our head women's lacrosse coach kristina quigley.
03:00:00>> Prayers are pulling in for a lacrosse team.
03:00:03Their bus crashed on the way to the game, killing the coach and the driver.
03:00:09>>> Loud cheers welcome pope francis to his first sunday blessing.
03:00:12He spoke to the faithful from his balcony up there, and on twitter.
03:00:16 patrick's day to you!
03:00:19It's sunday, I'm natasha curry.
03:00:21You're watching "weekend express.
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03:00:29>>> Most, find out who's behind the cyber stickups and how the fbi is closing in.
03:00:35>>> Any minute now, a judge will decide what happens to two high school football players accused of raping a 16-year-old girl.
03:00:43Now, there's no jury in this case, so it's all up to him, the judge.
03:00:47Cnn's poppy harlow has been all over this case.
03:00:49Poppy, what's the latest?
03:00:51>> Reporter: Well, after four long days of testimony, the fate of two young men in this town, trent mays and ma'lik richmond, both star football players at the local high school here, their fate lays in the hands of visiting judge thomas lips.
03:01:05After the testimony of that 16-year-old alleged victim ended, as you said, as she broke down on the stand saying she really doesn't remember much at all from that night back in august.
03:01:16The prosecution and the defense rested their cases, making closing arguments for their clients.
03:01:22I want you to take a listen to those.
03:01:24First, let's listen to the defense.
03:01:28>> There's no dna of ma'lik richmond anywhere.
03:01:31No one calls the police.
03:01:32No one calls the alleged victim's parents.
03:01:37No one calls their own parents.
03:01:39No one even contacts anyone.
03:01:41Why is that?
03:01:41Are these all bad kids?
03:01:46>> Reporter: The defense arguing that the prosecution, the state of ohio, did not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that these two young men indeed raped this 16-year-old girl on that night in august.
03:01:59The burden of proof does lie on the prosecution to prove that.
03:02:01Listen to part of their closing statements.
03:02:04>> This case isn't about social media.
03:02:06This case isn't about big red football.
03:02:10This case is about a 16-year-old girl who was taken advantage of, toyed with, and humiliated, and it's time that the people who did that to her are held responsible.
03:02:26>> Reporter: Now, it's the judge, natasha, that's going to make the final decision here.
03:02:30There's no jury, because it is a juv nil case.
03:02:33And if these two young men are found guilty, the maximum sentence they face is until they're 21 years old.
03:02:41Natasha?
03:02:42>> Poppy, in steubenville, ohio, thank you.
03:02:45>>> Forgive this.
03:02:46At is the key word when pope francis delivered his first sunday blessing.
03:02:51At least 1,000 people saw him at st. peter's square this morning.
03:02:56A huge cheer went up when he appeared at the window.
03:03:00Many pilgrims made the trip.
03:03:01He told the crowd that god never gets tired of forgiving, but people don't always ask for forgiveness.
03:03:07Pope francis also sent out his first tweet saying, I thank you from my heart and I ask you to continue to pray for me.
03:03:13>>> Shock and hour or at a california racetrack where a crash killed two people.
03:03:18It happened at marysville raceway park yesterday.
03:03:21Chase johnson was doing warm-up laps yesterday.
03:03:24He lost control of his car and crashed into the pit doing about 90 miles an hour.
03:03:30The 68-year-old man and 14-year-old cousin were killed.
03:03:34Two spectators described what they saw.
03:03:37>> He was not trying to come off the track, but make the corner.
03:03:40He didn't make the corner.
03:03:46And was flying out the exit.
03:03:48It started tumbling and struck two people in a quad.
03:03:51>> It's devastating to come out and have a good time, but you never know what's going to happen, because it's racing.
03:03:58You know, racing can be dangerous.
03:04:01>> No one else was injured.
03:04:02Investigators are looking at mechanical failure as a possible cause.
03:04:06>>> A women's lacrosse coach and her unborn baby were killed in this bus crash yesterday.
03:04:14Kristina quigley was six months pregnant with a baby boy.
03:04:17The team's bus swerved and hit a tree in southern pennsylvania.
03:04:21It was headed from seton hill university to a game in millersville.
03:04:25The driver was killed and some of the players went to the hospital.
03:04:28The students will hold a memorial service tonight on campus.
03:04:31>> After our play, we all were sent an alert, and it basically said there was an accident from the women's lacrosse team, and my roommate is on the lacrosse team.
03:04:43So I'm very -- I was very nervous, but I did find out she's okay.
03:04:46>> I mean, everyone's devastated by the losses.
03:04:50It almost seems like we're all coming together, you know, as a school.
03:04:53I know the baseball team's going to do something for tomorrow.
03:04:56We have a game, we're going to -- black wristbands, put stuff on, stuff like that.
03:05:02>> There was some rain and snow on the road yesterday, but police have not released an official cause for the crash.
03:05:08Quigley leaves behind a husband and another young son.
03:05:13>>> Nfl player donte stallworth was one of two people injured in a hot-air balloon crash in miami.
03:05:21The balloon hit power lines as it went down.
03:05:23A third person in the basket was not hurt.
03:05:26Stallworth's agent says he's recovering and could be ready to play football again in a matter of weeks.
03:05:30The national transportation and safety board is investigating.
03:05:37>>> The jodi arias trial continues tomorrow.
03:05:40She's accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend.
03:05:42Jodi says it was self-defense.
03:05:45Travis alexander was stabbed multiple times and shot in the face.
03:05:49We talked to a forensics professor and former investigator about the evidence.
03:05:56>> Grabbed the gun.
03:05:57He was chasing me.
03:05:59I turned around, and he was in the middle of the bathroom, pointed it at him with both of my hands.
03:06:04I thought that would stop him.
03:06:06He got like a linebacker, he got kind of low and grabbed my waist.
03:06:12Before he did that, as he was lunging at me, the gun went off.
03:06:15I didn't mean to shoot him or anything.
03:06:17I didn't even think I was holding the trigger.
03:06:22>> Can you tell with regard to the gunshot wound to the right temple whether or not he was alive or not at that point?
03:06:29>> Again, there's a wound going through the head, and I don't see hemorrhage in the brain.
03:06:34I can't see a wound track through the brain.
03:06:36All I know is there's a bullet going through the brain.
03:06:38So I can't say with certainty.
03:06:40>> In my opinion, this injury with the gunshot wound is simply an afterthought.
03:06:48And let's refer back just briefly to these insults he sustained -- this gaping wound he has to his neck and this telling blow that he has to the sternum here, which penetrates to the vena cava.
03:07:00These areas are huge areas for blood supply.
03:07:03This would be consistent with him having bled out.
03:07:06There's no more blood to supply these vessels to have hemorrhaged.
03:07:12So, in my opinion, this event involving this gunshot wound, that started above the right eyebrow and concluded here in the jaw, was a post-mort emevent.
03:07:23>> And monday night, we're going to do something that the arias jury will not do.
03:07:27We're going back to the crime scene.
03:07:29We've rebuilt the inside of travis alexander's bathroom and the closet where he was killed.
03:07:36On "hln after dark," our studio jury will tour the scene, plus the man who defended casey anthony is coming here to our studios to defend jodi arias.
03:07:46That's right, jose baez will be in studio to present his version of the defense to the jury.
03:07:5200 eastern here on hln.
03:07:56>>> More returning passengers on the carnival dream say they didn't mind getting stuck in the caribbean for a couple of days.
03:08:04Carnival is making good on its promise to fly them back to the states from st. maarten.
03:08:06That's where the ship got stuck after generator problems cropped up.
03:08:12The first batch of stranded passengers to return had very positive things to say about their experience.
03:08:15Listen.
03:08:19>> A long to get there, and ultimately, pretty fun.
03:08:22We were in a port, so it wasn't too bad.
03:08:24Had plenty of food, plenty of drinks to go around.
03:08:27All kinds of stuff.
03:08:28>> I was okay getting stuck in maarten for two days versus out at sea for two extra days.
03:08:34So it worked out.
03:08:34>> Carnival says the passengers will get a three-day refund and 50% off a future carnival cruise.
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03:11:29>>> Don't forget to wear your green today.
03:11:34It's st. patrick's day today.
03:11:35Several parades and celebrations kicked off this weekend already.
03:11:38In chicago, people watched as workers dumped green dye into the chicago river.
03:11:45That's a tradition, by the way.
03:11:48It doesn't hurt fish in there.
03:11:49Thousands of people hit the streets in savannah, georgia.
03:11:53They partied on the sidewalks to watch the city's three-hour-long parade.
03:11:59>>> If you don't have plans for tonight, tom sadder has something that will be rememberable, right, tom?
03:12:05>> If you can see it.
03:12:06If you were with us yesterday morning, we were talking about how on friday morning there was this magnetic storm on the sun, and it sends a massive toward our way, but maybe near northern california, kansas, missouri, pennsylvania, maryland.
03:12:24I mean, weather permitting, of course.
03:12:26So with that, they pushed the schedule back of this -- you know, magnetic storm.
03:12:31We may see images like this.
03:12:32This was taken back in february in iceland.
03:12:35Of course, that's iceland.
03:12:36Wouldn't that be something?
03:12:37 patrick's day, especially if it's green like that.
03:12:40>> Yeah, finish with the green beer and finish with green skies, although some may not see it and they still think they do.
03:12:46Here's the rain changing to snowfall.
03:12:48ST. LOUIS, IN THE 70s ON FRIDAY, Snowfall.
03:12:52Over towards cincinnati, this is a little system heavier rainfall to the south, maybe mixed with sleet.
03:12:59This is the area we're watching.
03:13:00Both of the storm systems mean trouble, and in a big way.
03:13:03I mean, spring is just, what, three days away?
03:13:06Look at the warnings in effect for more snow.
03:13:09They had three to five the other day.
03:13:11Blizzard warnings, in this case up for areas of south dakota, minnesota.
03:13:14This storm system, though, will trek across areas of the north.
03:13:18Now, chicago right now looks pretty good.
03:13:20It looks like rain for you, and detroit as well.
03:13:22But notice the severe storms.
03:13:24That's a setup for tomorrow, to begin the work week.
03:13:27This is not the best new, maybe damaging tree, maybe some hail with this.
03:13:31I want to show you the possibility of the snowfall, and this is just in the upper midwest.
03:13:35Okay, maybe five, six, seven inches, but as it moves towards the areas of the great lakes, again into new york state, into new england, we're talking a good 10, 20 inches in some cases.
03:13:45So we're going to watch this area very closely in the days ahead.
03:13:49The southeast, it's the storms.
03:13:50So again, mother nature still hanging on to winter.
03:13:53Someone tell her to get with it.
03:13:54It's three days away.
03:13:56>> Thanks.
03:13:56>> Sure.
03:13:57>>> California farmers have a problem on their hands, and you might notice the difference at your dinner table.
03:14:03They need more workers to help them in the fields.
03:14:07Asparagus crops are ready at this farm near stockton, but there aren't enough people to bring it in.
03:14:13>> For sure it's getting worse every year.
03:14:16All my friends in the business are all pretty concerned, so if you've got stuff that's 18 inches high because you couldn't get there to cut it on time, that's lost revenue, lost production.
03:14:29>> Several farms rely on my grant workers.
03:14:33Stricter immigration laws could be to blame for fewer workers this year.
03:14:37Farmer is a $44 billion industry in california.
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03:17:38>>> A skier who was buried alive by an avalanche recorded the entire thing on his helmet cam.
03:17:45The avalanche swept him away near the montana/idaho border last month.
03:17:51He was carried more than a thousand feet down the mountain, until he was completely enveloped by the snow.
03:17:57>> Kept feeling it building up behind me, like, more and more pressure on my back, pushing me harder and harder into the tree.
03:18:03And finally, I heard the wood splintering and I went through the tree, and the tree got taken down the hill with this avalanche, also.
03:18:10>> Wow.
03:18:10Luckily for him, a group of his friends dug him out in only three minutes.
03:18:16Irons got away with a dislocated shoulder and some bruises.
03:18:24>>> Do you feel it, it's in the air, march madness.
03:18:27This is selection sunday, and tonight we'll find out the teams playing in the ncaa basketball tournament.
03:18:34And after that, it will be time for you, for me, for us all to fill out our brackets.
03:18:38So are you new to the whole madness thing?
03:18:40Well, turner sports matt weiner explains it.
03:18:44>> March madness is really a nickname for the ncaa's men division I basketball tournament.
03:18:52It's also a description of phenomenon which happens every march, which is why people are interested in the first place.
03:18:58Because it really is sort of insanity in the world of college basketball.
03:19:04There are well over 300 division I basketball programs within the ncaa.
03:19:10There are 68 teams that get in each year.
03:19:1331 By what is called automatic qualification, or automatic qualifiers by virtue of winning their conference either in the regular season or through a conference tournament.
03:19:21The other team, the other 37, are so-called at-large bids.
03:19:25It's a little more tricky there in terms of who gets in and who doesn't.
03:19:30There's a selection committee that looks over the resumes of each and every one of the teams available to play in the ncaa tournament and deems 37 of them worthy of the tournament.
03:19:42The bracket itself for most people is the physical piece of paper you hold in your office pool when you try to determine who the winners are of the tournament.
03:19:51As you look at a bracket, you see 32 teams on either side of it, which then winnow themselves down to 32 teams, then 16, then 8, et cetera, all the way to a final four.
03:20:04And then, of course, the there are a million methods.
03:20:12You can pore over all the data you want to.
03:20:14You can look into trends, you can look into match-ups between coaches, match-ups between players, schools, conferences.
03:20:21You can employ the which mascot would win in a fight method if you like.
03:20:27I've always thought if notre dame's in a tournament, I'm hesitant to pick against them on st. patrick's day.
03:20:32Does that matter?
03:20:33I don't know.
03:20:33My advice?
03:20:34Don't think too much about it, go with your gut, and have fun.
03:20:39>> So if you need some more ideas about filling out that bracket -- I have my own method -- just watch "morning express" tomorrow with robin 00 eastern, " don't miss it.
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03:24:11>>> And it is the court's decision that both of the defendants are hereby adjudicated delinquent beyond a reasonable doubt on all three counts as charged.
03:24:23For those of you who are not familiar with adjudications of delinquency in juvenile law, it's similar to a finding of guilty in an adult court.
03:24:33>> All right.
03:24:34You just heard it here, breaking news.
03:24:35The two teens accused of raping a 16-year-old girl have been found guilty.
03:24:39The judge in steubenville, ohio, just handed that verdict down after four days of testimony.
03:24:45The high school football players are minors.
03:24:48The two young men accused.
03:24:49So they can only be jailed until they're 21.
03:24:52The rape happened last summer during a night of partying.
03:24:55The victim says that she didn't remember much, because she was drunk and she testified that she was too embarrassed to ask what happened.
03:25:10>>> As you can imagine, they're pulling out all the stops in the search for taira lynn monette.
03:25:17High-tech equipment is in new orleans right now.
03:25:21They say the company wants to do home.
03:25:28>> Reporter: In bayous and ponds across city park, a team from texas-based equ.
03:25:34Search used sonar to help find terrilynn monette.
03:25:38>> We've done searches in new orleans before and had a lot of success in the water, with sonar equipment.
03:25:44>> Reporter: Monette was last seen outside a lakeview bar not far from city park.
03:25:49She could have ever traled through there to get home.
03:25:52Her 2012 black honda accord is also mitching.
03:25:55They've been looking through a number of bodies of waters much like this one in city park.
03:25:59They run about six feet deep with a muddy bottom that a car could sink into.
03:26:04Equ.
03:26:05Search says they have the ability to look through 40 feet of water and even up to 1,000 feet of water much like they did in the natalee holloway case in aruba.
03:26:13Despite the search, no sign of monette or her car.
03:26:16Monette's mother says she appreciates equusearch's efforts.
03:26:20>> I heard that they were very -- very good at what they do, and I hope and pray that they find something, some type of lead, or something to my daughter's disappearance.
03:26:34>> Reporter: It's an an wish that tim miller says he understands.
03:26:37>> When I heard mom on tv yesterday crying, it's -- how can you -- how can you help not to help?
03:26:46We'll bring in whatever we've got and leave the results up to god.
03:26:49>> Reporter: Results that so far have left questions and very few answers about what happened to terrilynn monette.
03:26:57>> Monette's 2012 black honda accord is missing.
03:27:00The car had louisiana plates wun-494.
03:27:05If you have any information on terrilynn's whereabouts, would you please call new orleans police at 504-821-2222.
03:27:15And equusearch at 281-309-9500.
03:27:20>>> A skydiver fell thousands of feet when both of his parachutes failed.
03:27:25He survived with barely a krach on him, too.
03:27:28Check out this video of craig stapleton doing a free-fall to the ground.
03:27:32Yikes.
03:27:33You see his parachutes flailing in the wind.
03:27:35He managed to land on dirt in a vineyard, but he was inches away from metal spikes sticking out of the ground.
03:27:41>> I was pretty sure I was about to watch my friend die.
03:27:45>> I completely lucked out.
03:27:46I mean, you know, god watches out for idiots and puppy dogs.
03:27:51And he just let me live and walk away.
03:27:54>> Stapleton had a dislocated shoulder but no broken bones.
03:27:58>>> Some travelers may have budget cuts to blame for long lines at one major airport.
03:29:42>>> And it is the court's decision that both of the defendants are hereby adjudicated delinquent beyond a reasonable doubt on all three counts as charged.
03:29:54For those of you who are not familiar with adjudications of delinquency in juvenile law, it's similar to a finding of guilty in the adult court.
03:30:02>> All right, so you just heard it here.
03:30:04The breaking news, the two teens accused of raping a 16-year-old girl have been found guilty.
03:30:10The judge in steubenville, ohio, just handed that verdict down after four days of testimony.
03:30:16The high school football players are minors.
03:30:18The two young men accused.
03:30:20So they can only be jailed until they're 21.
03:30:23The rape happened last summer during a night of partying.
03:30:26The victim says that she didn't remember much, because she was drunk, and she testified that she was too embarrassed to ask what happened.
03:30:37>>> A sunday blessing from a new pope is a huge deal for catholics.
03:30:42Pilgrim, some made a long trip to the vatican.
03:30:45We're hearing that the crowd is much bigger than usual, and there's a lot of excitement in the air.
03:30:50John allen is in rome right now.
03:30:53John, what's the vibe from the crowd been like, as you have a lot of people there.
03:30:58>> Reporter: Absolutely, natasha.
03:31:00A big crowd today.
03:31:01In excess of 200,000 folks.
03:31:03And I can tell you, talking to these people as they're peter's square, they are in love with pope francis.
03:31:09I mean, he is on a sort of unrelenting charm offensive which began, of course, that first moment when he stepped out on the balcony overlooking peter's square and asked the crowd to bless him before he blessed them.
03:31:22It's continued with these gestures of just simple humanity and humility, we've seen, taking the bus rather than the papal limousine.
03:31:31Swinging by his hotel to pack his own bags and settle his bill.
03:31:34Today, of course, you saw him during the noontime blessing that the pope delivers to the crowd on the square.
03:31:41Not only giving his prepared remarks but going off-script to throw in some reflects, toss in a couple of jokes.
03:31:49The truth is, natasha, there is a kind of global love affair going on with this new leader of the catholic church.
03:31:55>> Yeah, he certainly seems friendly.
03:31:57This angeles prayer, why is it so important?
03:32:01>> Reporter: Well, the angeles is a prayer to the virgin mary the catholics pray three times a day, including at noon.
03:32:08It's become for popes customary that on sunday they come to the window of their private apartment, which overlooks peter's square, and they lead the crowd in the prayer and usually toss in some reflections, either a spiritual sort or maybe commenting on an issue of the day.
03:32:25You will continue to do this every sunday for as long as his papacy goes on.
03:32:29But, of course, natasha, as you know, first impressions are the most important.
03:32:33This was the first time pope francis has done this, and based upon the reaction of the cheers and the enthusiasm you heard from this massive crowd in rome here today, I would say that he came pretty close to hitting a home run.
03:32:45>> Yeah, for sure.
03:32:47It certainly looks that way.
03:32:49And pope francis, you said yesterday he wants a poor church, a church for the poor, if I said that correctly.
03:32:58Does that suggest a new direction for the chump to you?
03:33:00>> Reporter: Look, the catholic church has always had a concern for the poor.
03:33:03But I do think that being the first pope from latin america, being a man who has personally been so committed to simplicity of lifestyle as a jesuit priest, as the archbishop of benos aires and now this pope, I think it means he has tried to determine the social, political, capital of the catholic church in a much more energetic and serious way to try to do something in behalf of the world's poor.
03:33:29And I think that's a message that lots of folks have greeted with real enthusiasm.
03:33:33>> All right.
03:33:34Well, john allen in rome.
03:33:34Thank you.
03:33:35>> Reporter: You bet.
03:33:37>>> Sarah palin has a word for her fellow republicans.
03:33:41She told them to quit preaching to the choir and focus on gas roots.
03:33:47Palin spoke on the last day of the conservative cpac conference near d.c. yesterday.
03:33:51The event is seen as a testing ground for possible presidential candidates.
03:33:55Palin is not getting much traction, though, on that front.
03:33:59Instead, it was senator rand paul who won the presidential straw poll there.
03:34:03Senator marco rubio was a close second followed by rick santorum.
03:34:07>>> Budget cuts in washington, , are causing a travel nightmare.
03:34:12Look at the long lines of miami international airport.
03:34:15The cuts affected federal agencies like tsa, the hiring freeze, and overtime cuts are causing longer wait times.
03:34:23>> They said that since the cut was today, or whatever, they said it will take forever to get through.
03:34:29So it's cutting people off and holding people back, so international flights can go through, and then stop us.
03:34:35So we wait in one place for over an hour and what half doing nothing.
03:34:39People are yelling, screaming, a couple of fights.
03:34:41>> Really?
03:34:42>> Yes.
03:34:43>> Wow.
03:34:43More than $85 billion in government-wide spending cuts TOOK EFFECT MARCH 1st.
03:34:50>>> Can you believe that spring is three days away?
03:34:52>> Yes.
03:34:54>> Don't put your shovels away yet, right?
03:34:58>> Whether the weather be fine, whether the weather be not, we have snow or in the ohio valley.
03:35:06St. louis to cincinnati.
03:35:07We're seeing the stage set now for a significant accumulation.
03:35:10Here's where it's going to come out of.
03:35:12It's dropping out of the northern rockies.
03:35:14Already warnings in effect for blizzard conditions, too.
03:35:16The winds back behind this could be strong enough to uproot a tree.
03:35:19So that's going to be a problem with power outages.
03:35:21This is the storm system we're watching.
03:35:23This is just one computer model.
03:35:24I think chicago's mainly going to be rain, detroit as well.
03:35:27It will be north of that.
03:35:28But the system really gets krampging again in the northeast.
03:35:31I'm going to show you the possibility of accumulation, but I think it will be rain mainly in new york and d.c.
03:35:36But we're talking about the possibility of a little bit of snow, maybe even philadelphia.
03:35:40But up toward boston.
03:35:42This is the first part.
03:35:43Notice the colors here.
03:35:44We're looking at a good five, six, seven inches of snowfall.
03:35:49Whiteout conditions, stay off the roads in parts of minnesota into south dakota.
03:35:53Look at this.
03:35:54This is just a computer model now.
03:35:55It may not unfold these way, but we use these to guide us.
03:35:59When you see the colors of purple, you're talking over a foot of snow.
03:36:02Yeah, spring is three days away.
03:36:03What is she thinking here?
03:36:06Now, I think what mother nature is looking at, it will stay warm enough for rainfall in some areas, and chicago, it will be iffy if it's the nighttime period.
03:36:15These are daytime highs.
03:36:16Look at the highs.
03:36:17Buffalo, you know, tuesday, right at the freezing mark.
03:36:19It will get cold back behind this.
03:36:21We'll watch this area extremely close, monitor the situation for you.
03:36:24The storm system in the south is going to produce some severe weather as we get into tomorrow.
03:36:30So it will be snow in the northern state, severe weather parts of the tennessee valley, ohio valley, from lexington to jackson, mississippi, over towards atlanta and points south.
03:36:39So with that, maybe some hail and damaging winds.
03:36:42This is what spring's all about.
03:36:45You get the spring temperatures.
03:36:47In the west, it's still summer for this week at least.
03:36:49We'll watch this one closely.
03:36:49>> All right.
03:36:52Thanks.
03:36:52>> Sure.
03:36:52>>> How is it possible that big names like these got hacked?
03:36:55We've got some tips on what you need to do to protect yourself.
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03:39:42>>> names, too.
03:39:51Kim kardashian, mel gibson, ashton koutcher.
03:40:02And even robert mueller.
03:40:03They are all just victims at being hacked.
03:40:05Michelle obama, that's the one that shocked me the most.
03:40:07And the list apparently showed their social security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, and credit reports.
03:40:13Very scary, especially from a security perspective.
03:40:16Joining me now, hln money expert clark howard.
03:40:19Clark, now, you know, damage control has to be done.
03:40:21What can they do?
03:40:22>> Actually, you know, the hackers have done a public service here.
03:40:26>> Really?
03:40:27>> Because I think a lot of us don't realize how vulnerable our private information is.
03:40:32>> Even the president's wife.
03:40:33What in the world?
03:40:34>> Yes, exactly.
03:40:36Exactly.
03:40:36So if they can do that to them, what can they do to us?
03:40:39And we don't have the fbi running around trying to figure things out when somebody steals our information.
03:40:44So we have to be our own police officer, and there's the greatest way for you to limit damage to somebody stealing your information and maybe trying to get credit as if they're you.
03:40:56There's something called credit freeze.
03:40:58It's a pretty obscure thing most people don't know about.
03:41:01But you can lock down your credit identity, and depending on your state of residence, it's free to do it to as much as $10.
03:41:09And you lock it down with each of the three credit bureaus, you're issued a secret code, and only when you need to get new credit -- let's say you're buying a car, whenever you need a car loan, do you temporarily thaw your freeze.
03:41:23>> So this is something we should be doing all the time?
03:41:26>> Absolutely.
03:41:26I froze my credit five, six years ago.
03:41:28>> Uh-huh.
03:41:29>> It's been the most wonderful peace of mind.
03:41:32I'd say over those years, I've had to thaw it maybe half a dozen times, a little more than once a year.
03:41:37And it's really, really easy to do depending on the bureau.
03:41:40Takes about a minute and a half to five minutes online to thaw your credit file.
03:41:45But it gives you that peace of mind.
03:41:47>> That is refreshing to hear.
03:41:49What about children, because I've heard children are the most at risk for identity theft.
03:41:52>> Absolutely.
03:41:54And all you can do with the children issue right now, except in the state of maryland, which has the right for you to freeze a child's credit field, is you can at least see if your child's identity has already been compromised.
03:42:07There's a free check you can do at a website called com, and you can see if somebody has already stolen your child's information.
03:42:16>> And that's not a site where you enter your kid's social security number and then worry about it in.
03:42:22>> But you do, and don't worry about it at all.
03:42:26It's a great tool for you to use to make sure your kids are safe.
03:42:27>> Thank you for giving us good tips in the scary world.
03:42:31My goodness.
03:42:31Clark howard, thank you.
03:42:32>> Sure.
03:42:43>>> This is what the world looks like through arlene gordon's eyes, 100% darkness 100% of the time.
03:42:51>> It started, you know, in my 30s, 40s.
03:42:56The vision became so bad that i decided to gamble.
03:43:01I said, you know, it's worse this way.
03:43:05I'm neither here nor there.
03:43:06>> Reporter: Gordon scheduled herself for an operation she was told could potentially make her vision even worse.
03:43:12>> For six weeks, I had the best vision I ever had in my life.
03:43:17It was fantastic.
03:43:19I was -- I could -- a baby walking around looking at everything.
03:43:22>> Reporter: But just as she'd been warned, a few weeks later, gordon's remaining vision vanished rendering her completely blind.
03:43:34But soon, she learned to navigate her new world.
03:43:40>> As you tap, you're deliberately clearing the path in front of you.
03:43:43>> Reporter: The streets of new york city were never enough, and gordon refused to let her blindness stand in the way of her passion for traveling.
03:43:52Cuba, south africa, countless cities in europe, collecting souvenirs at every stop along the way.
03:43:56And this is fascinating -- hand her a souvenir, and by feel alone, she can tell you exactly what it is and where she got it.
03:44:06>> Oh, it's a buddha, isn't it?
03:44:07Yeah.
03:44:10And that is from india.
03:44:13>> Reporter: Travel, she says, gave her a life as any she'd seen in the movies.
03:44:18>> When we were in venice, and the windows opened up, and i remembered seeing the movie with katharine hepburn, where she's looking out over the piazza.
03:44:29Well, there's so many things you can experience other than visually.
03:44:35As a matter of fact, one friend said to me, you know, I never saw as much as I did when i travelled with you.
03:44:44>> Reporter: sanjay gupta, cnn, reporting.
03:44:47>>> Many couples say they admire president obama and the first lady's marriage, but reports are showing that fewer and fewer people are getting hitched.
03:44:56So what's to blame for this so-called wedding gap?
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03:48:09In fact, reports show that african-american women specifically are the least likely to marry.
03:48:15Now, check out these numbers from the cdc -- 55% of black women have never been married.
03:48:20That's compared to just 34% of white women.
03:48:23And similar numbers for men as well.
03:48:25Look at this here.
03:48:2655% Of black men have never been married.
03:48:28That's compared to 44% of white men.
03:48:31Now, author and journalist gil robertson is here.
03:48:34He wrote this book called "where did our love go, a beautiful " very insightful, I might add.
03:48:42A big difference in the stats we just rattled off here.
03:48:44What do you make of these numbers?
03:49:04So it's definitely, you know, a cause for alarm, and that's what motivated me to put this collection of essays together, to examine this issue and to hopefully come to some sort of solution to how we can turn the tide around.
03:49:18>> Yeah, and I believe it's black marriage day today, isn't it?
03:49:21>> Yes, it is.
03:49:22Yes, it is.
03:49:23>> Yeah.
03:49:24A recent study I found interesting, it found 70% of african-american kids are raised in single-parent homes.
03:49:30That may be shocking to some people, but the black community people.
03:49:33The black community is talking about it.
03:49:35You addressed it in your book in a very unique way.
03:49:38>> It's something that should be important to everyone because, you know, just like back in the '60s WHEN DRUGS WERE SEEN AS A Problem of the inner city and, of course, over time it went to infiltrate all areas of society.
03:49:50And certainly overall we're already seeing signs that marriage rates are trickling downward or trending downward.
03:49:57So it's happening right now in the african-american community but certainly it's something that everyone should be concerned about because families, marriage is sort of a symbol of what keeps our society together.
03:50:12>> Some people say people are focusing more on their career than -- >> absolutely.
03:50:16>> That's one argument.
03:50:19BACK IN THE '80s, I GREW UP " the huxtables awere the american couple.
03:50:33Today we have real couples, jay-z, beyonce.
03:50:40Do you think the perception is changing?
03:50:41>> Hopefully real-life couples will inspire people to want to pursue healthy, loving relationships.
03:50:48>> That's what black marriage day is about.
03:50:49I just learned about it myself.
03:50:52>> Absolutely.
03:50:52>> Thank you so much, gil robertson.
03:50:55Where did our love go?
03:50:58Appreciate it.
03:50:59>> Thank you.
03:51:00>> You bet.
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03:54:15>>> The guy's a magician and doesn't even have the costume.
03:54:23>> Michael vick told a church full of people that he was glad heot a second chance.
03:54:29The nfl player spoke yesterday to a group that work with his teens.
03:54:34He canceled book signings a few days ago because of threats.
03:54:38He says he's just trying to stay positive.
03:54:40>> Every decision counts.
03:54:41It's very important to think before you speak, think before you act and kind of depend on the people who, you know, really believe in you.
03:54:49>> I really appreciate him coming out today and just letting the kids know that even though you make mistakes in life, you can still bounce back and be successful.
03:54:58>> The eagles quarterback and his family got a dog last year.
03:55:02People for the ethical treatment of animals said vick should never be allowed to own a dog again.
03:55:11>>> Pick your brackets and let march madness begin.
03:55:18You don't have to know how it works.
03:55:1860 Lucky colleges find out if they've been picked to play.
03:55:24Once I picked villanova because it sounded like vanilla and they went really far.
03:55:29>> That's a good strategy.
03:55:31You should pass that on.
03:55:32>> All right.
03:55:32>>> A few teams still battling for a few precious spots.
03:55:37No matter which school you're rooting for or which school you're with, selection sunday can be very agonizing, very exciting and it can be heartbreak.
03:55:50Down 16 points to syracuse, but then they decided to wake up, get hot and rally back, winning by 17 points.
03:55:56What a difference.
03:55:57They're now big east champs again.
03:55:59The question is, is that enough to earn the number one overall seed?
03:56:03Of course, we'll find out later tonight.
03:56:05After the game, louisville coach rick patino paid tribute to the first big east commissioner.
03:56:13>> A good friend of mine, a dear friend.
03:56:16In his memory, this whole big east was formed.
03:56:19For us to go out as champions back-to-back like this, real special.
03:56:24>> Kansas made a statement with their big win over kansas city.
03:56:29Jay hawks won the big tournament title and may have lock ed up a number one seed in the tournament.
03:56:37Many think they'll take that spot from duke after their poor showing at the acc tournament.
03:56:44>>> The sport of ultimate fighting is changing right before our eyes.
03:56:48Rhonda rousey became the first female to headline a fight.
03:56:54Now she'll coach in this sport's top rated reality program.
03:56:57First time the show "the ultimate fighter" will showcase a women's division.
03:57:02The men and women will be living under the same roof in house las vegas which, of course, as uh-uh know, will provide plenty of tv greatness.
03:57:11>>> Brad baer got to live the dream yesterday, taking a half court shot at the philadelphia championship game.
03:57:18The celebration was halted because officials had to make sure he didn't step over the half court line.
03:57:24He said he felt like an nfl player waiting to see if he scored a touchdown.
03:57:31Barclay's center did get to celebrate not once, but twice, because he did not step over the line.
03:57:37If only I could get the same kind of enthusiasm from you when it's nfl season as I see when it's march madness.
03:57:47>> March madness, I die for that.
03:57:49Thanks so much, joe.
03:57:51>>> Twinkies are coming back.
03:57:53Maybe as soon as this summer.
03:57:55A private equity company says it bought the brand, along with ding dongs and ho-ho's from hostess.
03:58:05The last batch was made four months ago, led to twinkie hoarding, some boxes selling for thousands of dollars on ebay even.
03:58:14Wow!
03:58:14>>> Two high school football players from steubenville, ohio, are guilty of rape.
03:58:19One of the suspects lost it when he heard the verdict.
03:58:22>> Sorry I put you guys through >>> it is the court's dision that both of the defendants are hereby adjudicated delinquent on all three counts as charged.
03:59:58For those of you who are not familiar with adjudications of delinquency in juvenile law, it's the same as a guilty verdict in court.
04:00:15>>> Christina quigly and her unborn son.
04:00:18>> Prayers are pouring in for a women's lacrosse team.
04:00:22Their tour bus crashed on the way to a game, killing the coach, unborn baby and the driver.
04:00:35>>> Pope francis was welcomed to his first papal blessing.
04:00:41>>> I'm natasha curry.
04:00:43" what two tiger woods, mitt romney and governor chris christie all have in common?
04:01:01They've all been hacked.
04:01:03>>> It is the court's decision that both defendants are hereby adjudicated delinquent on all three counts as charged.
04:01:09For those of you who are not familiar with adjudikations of delinquency in juvenile law it's similar to a finding of guilt in adult court.
04:01:23>>> Two teens accused of raping a 16-year-old girl have been found guilty.
04:01:27The judge in steubenville, ohio, just handed that verdict down after four days of testimony.
04:01:32The high school football players are minors, two young men accused.
04:01:38They can only be jailed until they're 21.
04:01:39The rape happened last summer during a night of partying.
04:01:41The victim says she didn't remember much, because she was drunk, that she testified that she was too embarrassed to ask what happened.
04:01:54>>> Forgiveness was the key word when pope francis delivered his first blessing.
04:01:59A huge cheer went up when he appeared at his apartment window here.
04:02:04Many pilgrims made a long trip just to see the pope's first angelus prayer.
04:02:13He told the crowd that god never gets tired of forgiving people, but people don't always ask forgi forgiveness.
04:02:26>>> Marysville raceway park yesterday, chase johnson was doing warm-up laps yesterday, lost control of his car and crashed into the pit, doing about 90 miles an hour.
04:02:36A 68-year-old man and the dr driver's 14-year-old cousin were killed.
04:02:41Two spectators described what they saw.
04:02:43>> He was not trying to come off the track.
04:02:45He was trying to make the corner and he didn't make the corner.
04:02:49And went flying out the exit.
04:02:55It started tumbling and struck two people and a quad.
04:02:58>> It's devastating.
04:02:59Come out to have a good time and fun.
04:03:02You never know what's going to happen because, you know, it's racing and so -- racing can be dangerous.
04:03:08>> No one else was injured.
04:03:10Investigators are looking at mechanical failure as a possible cause.
04:03:22>>> A woman's lacrosse coach and her unborn baby were killed in a bus crash yesterday.
04:03:25Christina quigley was six months pregnant with a baby boy.
04:03:28The team's bus swerved and hit a tree in southern pennsylvania.
04:03:30The team was heading from seton hill university to a game in millersville.
04:03:34The driver was killed.
04:03:35Some of the players went to the hospital.
04:03:37Students will hold a memorial service tonight on campus.
04:03:40>> After our play we all were sent an alert and it basically said there was an accident from the women's lacrosse team, and my roommate is on the lacrosse team, so I was very nervous but I did find out she's okay.
04:03:54>> Everyone's devastated by the losses.
04:03:56It almost seems like we're all coming together, you know, as a school.
04:03:59I know the baseball team is going to do something for tomorrow.
04:04:03We have a game.
04:04:05We're going to wear black wristbands, probably put stuff on, stuff like that.
04:04:09>> There was rain and snow on the road yesterday but police have not released an official cause of the crash.
04:04:17Quigley leaves behind a husband and another young son.
04:04:20>>> Nfl player dante stalworth was one of two people injured in a hot air balloon crash in homestead, florida.
04:04:49Ntsb is investigating.
04:04:50>>> Travis alexander was stabbed multiple times and shot in the face.
04:04:55We talked to a forensic investigator and form er prosecutor about the case.
04:05:09>> We were in the middle of the bathroom, pointed it at him with both hands.
04:05:11I thought that would stop him.
04:05:14He got -- like a line backer, he got kind of low and grabbed my waist.
04:05:19Before he did that, the gun went off.
04:05:23I didn't mean to shoot him or anything.
04:05:27I didn't even think I was holding the trigger.
04:05:29>> Can you tell with regard to the gunshot wound whether or not he was alive or not at that point?
04:05:36>> Again, there's a wound going through the head and I don't see hemorrhage in the brain.
04:05:41I can't see a wound track through the brain.
04:05:43All I know is that there's a bullet going through the brain.
04:05:46I can't say with certainty.
04:05:48>> In my opinion, this injury with the gunshot wound is simply an afterthought.
04:05:54Let's refer back, just briefly, to these insults he sustained, gaping wound he has to his neck and this blow he has to the sternum here, which penetrates the vena cavea.
04:06:09These areas are huge areas for blood supply.
04:06:12This would be consistent with him having blood out.
04:06:16There's no more blood to supply these vessels to hemorrhage.
04:06:19In my opinion, this event involving this gunshot wound which started above the right eyebrow and concluded here in the jaw was a post mortgem event.
04:06:35>> We're going back to the crime scene.
04:06:38We've rebuilt the inside of travis alexander's bathroom and the closet where he was killed.
04:06:43Our studio jury will tour the scene.
04:06:46Plus the man who defended casey anthony is coming here to our studios to defend jodi arias.
04:06:55Jose baez will be in studio to present his defense of jodi 00 pm eastern here on hln.
04:07:02>>> More returning passengers on the carnival dream say they didn't mind getting stuck in the caribbean for a couple of days.
04:07:08Carnival is making good on its promise to fly them back to the maarten where the ship got stuck after generator problems cropped up.
04:07:20The first batch of stranded passengers had this to say.
04:07:29>> Long trip getting there.
04:07:29Ultimately, it was really fun.
04:07:30We were in a port.
04:07:30It wasn't too bad.
04:07:31Plenty of food and drinks to go around.
04:07:33>> I was okay getting stuck in maarten for two days versus out at sea for two extra days.
04:07:40It worked out.
04:07:41>> Carnival says the passengers will get a three-day refund and 50% off future carnival cruise.
04:07:49>>> Skier gets caught in an avalanche with a camera strapped to his head.
04:07:52We'll show you the amazing video.
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04:11:10>>> if you don't have plans for tonight, tom sader has something that will definitely be memorable, if you can see it.
04:11:19>> Weather permitting.
04:11:20On friday morning there was this storm on the surface of the sun that sends a coronal mass.
04:11:29What does that mean?
04:11:31Maybe northern california, over toward northern areasf kansas, missouri, pennsylvania, maryland, weather permitting, of course.
04:11:37So with that, they pushed the schedule back of this magnetic storm.
04:11:42We may see images like this, taken back in february in iceland.
04:11:46Of course, that's iceland.
04:11:47Wouldn't that be something?
04:11:49 patrick's day, especially if it's green like that.
04:11:53>> Green beer, get to see some green skies.
04:11:56Of course, some may not even see it and think they do.
04:11:59Okay.
04:11:59ST. LOUIS IN THE 70s ON FRIDAY.
04:12:02Snowfall over toward cincinnati now.
04:12:04This was a little system where it's heavier rainfall to the south, micked with a little sleet.
04:12:08We're getting high reflectivity on the radar.
04:12:12Both of these storm systems mean trouble and in a big way.
04:12:16Spring is three days away.
04:12:18Look at the warnings in effect for more snow.
04:12:23They already had three to five the other day.
04:12:24Blizzard warnings and in the case for areas of south dakota and minnesota.
04:12:27This storm system, though, will trek across areas of the north.
04:12:30Chicago looks pretty good.
04:12:31It looks like rain for you, and detroit as well.
04:12:34Notice the severe storms.
04:12:35That's a setup for tomorrow, to begin the workweek.
04:12:38This is not the best news, damaging trees, maybe some hail with this.
04:12:42I want to show you the possibility of the snowfall.
04:12:47Thiss just in the upper midwest, five, six, seven inches.
04:12:51It moves toward the great lakes, we're talking a good 10, 20 inches in some cases.
04:12:58We'll watch this area very closely in the days ahead.
04:13:02Southeast, it's the storm.
04:13:03Mother nature still hanging on to winter.
04:13:05Someone tell her to get with it.
04:13:08Spring is three days away.
04:13:09>> Thanks, tom.
04:13:10>> Sure.
04:13:10>>> A skier buried alive by an avalanche recorded the entire thing on his helmet cam.
04:13:18Check this out.
04:13:18It swept him away near the montana/colorado border last month.
04:13:24He kept flipping and tumbling until he was completely enveloped by the snow.
04:13:29>> I could feel it building up behind me, like more and more pressure on my back, pushing me h harder and harder into the tree and finally I heard the wood splintering and just went through the tree and the tree got taken down t hill with this avalanche also.
04:13:44>> Luckily for him, a group of his friends dug him out in only three minutes.
04:13:48Irons got away with a dislocated shoulder and some bruises.
04:13:59>>> We have an update on a story we told you about in december, david hester filed a lawsuit against the network.
04:14:08He claims a & e rigged results of the auctions by planting items in the storage units.
04:14:14Hester also claimed he was wrongfully terminated from " this week, a los angeles superior court judge threw out hester's claim and said he must be more specific in his claim of wrongful termination.
04:14:30We'll keep watching the story for you.
04:14:34Any updates, we'll give it to you.
04:14:35It looks like the tv network won the first round in court anyway.
04:14:40>>> A big moment on the kardashian show was faked.
04:14:45Apparently she didn't like her initial reaction to chris humphries proposal and didn't want it to air.
04:14:51The proposal was reshot and she also knew about it when it happened.
04:14:55The producer also said certain shows were scripted.
04:15:01His deposition was part of the testimony.
04:15:05Kris humphries claims that kim married him just for publicity.
04:15:09She insists the marriage, all 72 days of it, was real.
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04:18:31>>> Do you feel it in the air, march madness?
04:18:34It's selection sunday.
04:18:35Then after that it will be time for you, me and all of us to fill out our brackets.
04:18:39Are you new to march madness?
04:18:42>>> March madness is a nickname for the ncaa men's division i basketball tournament.
04:18:50It's also a description of the phenomena which happens every march, which is why people are interested in the first place, because it really is sort of insanity in the world of college basketball.
04:19:04There are well over 300 division I basketball programs within the ncaa.
04:19:10There are 68 teams that get in each year, 31 by what's called automatic qualification, automatic qualifiers by virtue of winning their conference or college tournament.
04:19:22The other 37 are at large bids.
04:19:27There's a selection committee that looks over the resumes of each and every one of the teams available to play in the ncaa tournament and deems 37 of them worthy of the tournament.
04:19:40The bracket itself, for most people, is the physical piece of paper you hold in your office pool when you try to determine who the winners are of the tournament.
04:19:49As you look at a bracket, you see 32 teams on either side of it, which then whittle themselves down to 32 teams, then 16, then eight, et cetera, all the way to a final four.
04:20:03Of course, then the final two teams who play for the national championship.
04:20:09There are a million methods.
04:20:12You can pore over all the data you want to, matchups between coaches, players, schools, conferences.
04:20:20You could employ the which mascot would win in a fight method if you would like.
04:20:29If notre dame's in the tournament, I'm hesitate to pick patrick's day.
04:20:31Does that matter?
04:20:32I don't know.
04:20:33My advice, don't think too much about it, go with your gut and have fun.
04:20:39>> If you need some more ideas about filling out ta bracket -- I have my own method -- just watch "morning express" tomorrow 00 am eastern.
04:20:50It's bracket monday.
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04:20:57Right now there's a high-tech operation under way to find her missing daughter, a second grade teacher.
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04:24:17>>> As you can imagine, they're pulling out all the stops for terri lynn monette.
04:24:28The company wants to do whatever they can to bring the second grade teacher home.
04:24:33>> Reporter: In bayous and pond across city park, a team from houston-based equisearch used sonar to try to find missing teacher terrilyn monette.
04:24:48>> We've done sonar searches in the water and had success before.
04:24:52>> Reporter: She could have traveled through there to go home.
04:24:55Her 2012 back honda accord is also missing.
04:24:59Eqarch has been looking through a number of bodies of water much like this one here in city park.
04:25:04They run about six feet deep with a muddy bottom that a car could sink into.
04:25:09Equisearch says they have the ability to look through 40 feet of water and even up to 1,000 feet of water, much like they did during the natalee holloway case in aruba.
04:25:21Still no sign of monette or her car.
04:25:25Her mother says she appreciates equisearch's effort.
04:25:29>> I heard they were very good at what they do and I hope they pray that they find some type of lead or something to my daughter's disappearance.
04:25:39>> It's an anguish founder tom miller said he understands.
04:25:43>> I heard mom on tv yesterday crying.
04:25:47How can you help not to help?
04:25:50We'll bring in whatever we've got and leave the results u terrilyn monette.
04:26:05>> Her black honda accord is missing.
04:26:07The car had louisiana plates, wun494.
04:26:11If you have any information on te terrilyn's disappearance please call new orleans police at 504-821-222 and equusearch at 281-309-9500.
04:26:31>>> Surviving with barely a scratch on him after both yikes!
04:26:39You see his parachute.
04:26:44He was inches away from metal spikes sticking out of the ground.
04:26:49>> I was pretty sure I was about to watch my friend die.
04:26:53>> I completely lucked out.
04:26:55God watches out for idiots and puppy dogs and he just let me live and walk away.
04:27:01>> Stapleton had a dislocated shoulder but no broken bones.
04:27:05>>> Have you looked at these pictures yet?
04:27:08Driver of this pickup allegedly got wasted on whiskey and became a one-man home wrecking crew in a home depot.
04:27:18He plowed through a bunch of storage sheds and swing sets until the truck ended up getting stuck on a curb.
04:27:26Dale arvee was arrested but not before he tried to fight them off.
04:27:32He admitted to guzzling more than an eighth of a gallon of whiskey before getting behind the wheel.
04:27:40>>> What else are you up to?
04:27:41We want to see what weekends in america look like in your hometown.
04:27:46Check out your fellow viewers' pics.
04:27:52Recent weekend getaway, john McGRAW SAYS HE POPPED THE Question to his girlfriend on this fun day, exploring the entire city from bourbon street to jackson square.
04:28:05Do you have a photo from your weekend you would like to share?
04:28:08We would love to see it.
04:28:10Go to hlntv.com/weekendexpress.
04:28:15We might put it on the air.
04:28:17>> Some travelers may have budget cuts to blame for long lines at one major airport.
04:29:47>>> The verdict is in.
04:29:48Two high school football players in steubenville, ohio, have been found guilty of rape.
04:29:54One of the suspects, ma'lik richmond, broke down in court.
04:30:01They could go to jail until they're 21.
04:30:05>>> Apparent drive-by shooting in california sends six people to the hospital.
04:30:10Police suspect it's gang related.
04:30:13None of the injuries are life threatening.
04:30:16Police are now looking for four suspects in this case.
04:30:19>>> Evacuation orders are lifted for a wildfire burning in colorado right now.
04:30:24People were allowed to return to their homes yesterday.
04:30:27Crews are still trying to get a grip on this fire.
04:30:30It's now about 45% contained.
04:30:35Inves investigators say somebody started it by accident.
04:30:36So far, no homes have been damaged.
04:30:37Residents were warned to stay on alert.
04:30:39Those are some of the stories we are following for you.
04:30:41It is sunday.
04:30:42Happy st. patrick's day.
04:30:44I'm natasha curry.
04:30:46You are watching "weekend " >>> poppy harlow is outside the courthouse right now.
04:30:52What's the reaction out there right now?
04:30:54We saw a lot of crying and heard that audibly after the verdict was read.
04:30:59>> It was an incredibly difficult thing to watch.
04:31:01I was in the courtroom throughout the sentencing, which lasted about half an hour.
04:31:06It was incredibly emotional.
04:31:08As soon as the judge handed down that guilty verdict on all counts and handed out the sentencing, there was weeping from parents also, most notably, from the two defendants, trent mays and ma'lik richmond breaking down into his arms and he could be heard saying, my life is over.
04:31:35Who is going to want me now?
04:31:38The bright future that was ahead of them now very, very much changed.
04:31:43They have a very difficult, long road ahead.
04:31:45It struck me a lot when they stood up to apologize to the parents of the 16-year-old victim, the victim that they now have been found guilty of raping.
04:31:54First, trent mays stood up to apologize, then ma'lik richmond.
04:32:01>> No picture should have been sent around, let alone taken.
04:32:07That's all, sir.
04:32:08>> Is there anything you would like to say?
04:32:10>> I would like to apologize to you people.
04:32:14I had no intentions to do anything like that.
04:32:17I'm sorry to put you guys through this.
04:32:35I'm sorry.
04:32:56>> I was sitting just about three feet away from ma'lik, when he broke down, giving that statement.
04:33:03It was an incredibly difficult thing for anyone in there to watch.
04:33:06What also struck me in the court is that ma'lik's father came over to him while he was sitting with his attorney and gave him a hug and whispered in his ear.
04:33:15He has been living with guardians.
04:33:16He comes from a very troubled family.
04:33:18His father was an alcoholic, has been in jail and just hasn't been there for his son and his father whispered in his ear, the attorney said, I love you.
04:33:26And his attorney said that it is the first time that the father has ever told ma'lik richmond that he loves him and says he feels a huge amount of responsibility for not being there for him.
04:33:39Ma'lik will serve a year term, get credit for time already served and trent mays will serve two years because he has been found guilty on two years.
04:33:49>> The two boys, their lives have changed but this young victim, you have to wonder how this will affect her for the rest of her life.
04:33:56In fact, her mother just gave an audio statement after the sentencing.
04:34:00>> Uh-huh.
04:34:01>> What did she say?
04:34:02And did you see their reaction, by the way, in the courtroom?
04:34:04I understand she was in there with her parents.
04:34:07>> Reporter: The victim was not in the courtroom, but the victim's mother was in the courtroom, along with their civil attorney.
04:34:14And I was sitting behind the victim's mother.
04:34:17I could not see her face.
04:34:21However, she did give a statement.
04:34:22I want to tell you part of what she said.
04:34:23She talked about human compassion and said that it's not taught by coaches.
04:34:28It's not taught by teachers.
04:34:29It's a gift from god.
04:34:31And she said you, speaking about the two boys, displayed a lack of compassion, a lack of moral code.
04:34:36She went on to say that you were your own accuser by posting all about this on social media.
04:34:42She said that she takes pity on the two boys and in regards to her daughter, that 16-year-old girl who we saw testify just yesterday, she said my daughter will persevere.
04:34:52She will get through this.
04:34:53But the words of a mother that is very angry about what happened to her daughter and is getting the verdict that i believe she deems just.
04:35:02>> Poppy harlow in steubenville, ohio.
04:35:05Thank you.
04:35:06>>> We now know the identities service members killed in a helicopter crash in afghanistan monday.
04:35:14The indeppentagon says the victims range from ages 21 to 31.
04:35:17Here are their pictures.
04:35:17Two of them were from florida, the others from iowa, louisiana and maryland.
04:35:22All of them had been assigned to hunter army air field in georgia.
04:35:27Their chopper went down in southern kandahar during a rainstorm.
04:35:31The military says there was no enemy activity in the area.
04:35:34It's the first deadly coalition helicopter crash since last september.
04:35:43Budget cuts in washed are causing a travel nightmare.
04:35:47Look at the long lines at miami international airport.
04:35:50The cuts affected federal agencies like the tsa.
04:35:55The hiring freeze and overtime cuts are causing longer wait times.
04:36:00>> They said that the cut was today or whatever, it's taking forever to get through.
04:36:05They're cutting people off and holding people back.
04:36:08So international flights can go through and then stop us.
04:36:11So we waited in one place for over an hour and a half, do ing nothing.
04:36:19People are yelling, screaming.
04:36:19A couple of fights.
04:36:20>> Really?
04:36:20>> Yes.
04:36:20>> More than $85 billion in government-wide spending cuts TOOK EFFECT MARCH 1st.
04:36:28>>> Sarah palin told them to quit preaching to the choir and focus on grassroots.
04:36:38Palin spoke on the last day of the cpac conference.
04:36:43Palin is not getting much traction on that front.
04:36:49Instead senator rand paul won the straw poll there, marco rubio was a close second followed by rick santorum.
04:37:02>>> There were a lot of fireworks in the courtroom as jodi arias rackwrapped up her testimony this week.
04:37:12Nancy grace counts down her top three moments from last week.
04:37:15>> Bloody murder over the prosecution being so aggressive with her, which I thought was called for.
04:37:22But frankly, the jurors' questions were much more harsh than prosecutor juan martinez's questions.
04:37:30When she finished her testimony, I finished that to be a benchmark moment in the case.
04:37:36We are now going forward with the end of the defense.
04:37:39It was the state's case, the defense case goes to here.
04:37:43She testifies, it goes down.
04:37:47The second best moment in court is when her shrink took the stand and said that she is suffering from transient global amnesia, which can be brought on by sex.
04:38:02She is on the stand and the prosecutor, juan martinez, is following up on a jury question and he forces her to go through the entire scenario, 62 seconds.
04:38:18I actually timed it out.
04:38:19I've had eight or nine different staff members go through the murder, the account, just to tell what happened takes over 62 seconds.
04:38:28When she had to break down, second by second, moment by moment, what happened?
04:38:35It was completely implausible.
04:38:37Her scenario of how traveis a alexander was killed is completely impossible.
04:38:48>> We will go back to the crime scene, rebuilding travis' apartment bathroom, the closet where he was killed.
04:39:00>>> The man who defended casey anthony comes here to defend jodi arias.
04:39:05That's right, jose baez will be here to defend jodi's testimony.
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04:42:11>>> big named celebrities, including the first lady, had their information hacked.
04:42:17Kim kardashian, mel gibson, ashton kucher, donald trump, britney spears.
04:42:25Al gore, hillary clinton, even the fbi director are all victims of being hacked.
04:42:31Michelle obama is the one that shocked me the most.
04:42:33The list apparently showed their social security numbers, address, phone numbers and credit reports.
04:42:41Very scary, especially from a security perspective.
04:42:42>>> Joining me now, hln money expert clark howard.
04:42:45Now damage control has to be done.
04:42:47What can they do?
04:42:48>> Actually, the hackers have done a public service here.
04:42:51>> Really?
04:42:52>> I think a lot of us don't realize how vulnerable our private information is.
04:42:57>> Even the president's wife.
04:42:58>> Exactly.
04:42:59>> What in the world?
04:43:00>> Exactly.
04:43:01If they can do that to them, what can they do to us?
04:43:06And we don't have the fbi running around, trying to figure things out when somebody steals our information.
04:43:10So we have to be our own police officer.
04:43:15There's the greatest way for you to limit damage to somebody stealing your information and maybe trying to get credit as if they're you.
04:43:21There's something called credit freeze.
04:43:23>> Okay.
04:43:23>> It's a pretty obscure thing most people don't know about.
04:43:27You can lock down your credit identity and depending on your state of residence, it's free to do it to as much as $10.
04:43:35You lock it down with each of the three credit bureaus.
04:43:37You're issued a secret code and only when you need to get new credit -- let's say you're buying a car or whatever, uh-uh need a car loan, do you temporarily thaw your freeze.
04:43:49>> This is something we should be doing all the time?
04:43:50>> Absolutely.
04:43:51I froze my credit five, six years ago.
04:43:54It's been the most wonderful piece of mind.
04:43:57I would say over those years, I've had to thaw it maybe half a dozen times, little more than once a year.
04:44:03It's really easy to do, depending on the bureau.
04:44:06Takes about a minute and a half to five minutes online to thaw your credit file but gives you that piece of mind.
04:44:13>> That is refreshing to hear.
04:44:15What about children?
04:44:17The children are most at risk for identity theft.
04:44:19>> Absolutely.
04:44:20All you can do with the children issue right now, except in the state of maryland, which has the right for you to freeze a child's credit file, you can at least see if your child's identity has already been compromised.
04:44:32There's a free check you can do at a website called allclearid.com.
04:44:39You can see if somebody has already stolen your child's information.
04:44:43>> That's not a site where you enter your child's social security number?
04:44:46>> Actually, you do, but don't worry about it.
04:44:48>> Don't worry?
04:44:50>> Don't worry at all.
04:44:51It's a great tool for you to use.
04:44:54>> Thank you for giving us great tips in a scary world.
04:44:57Thank my goodness.
04:44:59>> I know.
04:45:00>>> Many couples say they admire president obama and the first lady's marriage, but reports show that fewer and fewer people are getting hitched so what's to blame for this so-called wedding gap?
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04:48:00>>> It is the beginning of wed ing season.
04:48:06These days, fewer couples are walking down that aisle.
04:48:07In fact, reports show african-american women specifically are the least likely to marry.
04:48:11Check out these numbers from the never been married.
04:48:16Thred to just 34% of white women.
04:48:19And similar numbers for men as well.
04:48:21Look at this here, 55% of black men have never been married, that's compared to 44% of white men.
04:48:27Author and journalist gil robertson wrote a book called "where did our love go" a beautiful collection of essays, very insightful I might add.
04:48:39There's a big difference in the stats we rattled off here.
04:48:41What do you make of these numbers?
04:48:44>> The african-american community is certainly going through a crises with regard to the number of successful cumcouple it's a cause for alarm and that's what motivated me to put this collection of essays together, to examine this issue and hopefully come to some sort of solution to how we can turn the tide around.
04:49:15>> I believe it's black marriage day today, isn't it?
04:49:19>> Yes, it is.
04:49:20>> A recent study I found interest shows that 72% of african-american kids are raised in single parent homes.
04:49:28That may be shocking to some people.
04:49:29But the black community is talking about it.
04:49:31You addressed it in a unique way.
04:49:34>> Absolutely.
04:49:34The reason why it should be important to everyone, just like BACK IN THE '60s WHEN DRUGS WERE Seen as a problem of the intercity and of course over time, it went to infiltrate all areas of society.
04:49:49Marriage rates are trickling downward or trending downward.
04:49:53So it's happening right now in the african-american community but certainly it's something that everyone should be concerned about, because families, you know, marriage, is sort of a symbol of what keeps our society together.
04:50:06>> And some people say people are focusing more on their career than -- >> absolutely.
04:50:12>> That's one argument.
04:50:13BACK IN THE '80s, I DON'T KNOW About you, I grew up watching " the huxtables were one of the most prominent couples on tv.
04:50:24Today we have beyonce, jay-z, the obamas.
04:50:29Are per acceptings changing?
04:50:32>> Hopefully.
04:50:33Hopefully the obamas and some other high profile real-life african-american couples will inspire people to want to pursue healthy, loving relationships.
04:50:43>> That's what black marriage day is about.
04:50:45I just learned about it myself.
04:50:47>> Absolutely.
04:50:47>> Thank you so much, gil robertson, where did our love go?
04:50:52>> Appreciate it.
04:50:52>> Thank you.
04:50:53>> You bet.
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04:54:09>>> And it is the court's decision that both of the defendants are hereby adjudicated delinquent beyond a reasonable doubt on all three counts as charged.
04:54:20For those of you who are not familiar with adjudications of delinquency in juvenile law it's similar to a finding of guilty in the adult court.
04:54:30>> You heard it here.
04:54:30The breaking news that two teens accused of raping a 16-year-old girl had been found guilty.
04:54:36The judge in steubenville, ohio, just handed that verdict down after four days of testimony.
04:54:42The high school football players are minors.
04:54:45The two young men accused.
04:54:46They can only be jailed until they're 21.
04:54:49The rape happened last summer during a night of partying.
04:54:52The victim says that she didn't remember much because she was drunk.
04:54:56And she testified that she was too embarrassed to ask what happened.
04:55:01>>> All right, basketball fans, time to grab your brackets and let march madness begin.
04:55:06Today is selection sunday.
04:55:09You don't even have to know how it works, that's when 68 lucky college teams phone out if they've been selected to compete in the ncaa tournament.
04:55:19At once I picked villanova because it sounded like vanilla.
04:55:23They went really far.
04:55:24>> That's a good strategy.
04:55:27You should pass that on.
04:55:28>>> Depending on which school you're rooting for or which school you're with, selection sunday can be rewarding.
04:55:34It can be agonizing and then it can be heartbreaking.
04:55:37In the final game in the big east conference as we know it, we certainly had good one.
04:55:42Number four louisville down 16 to syracuse.
04:55:46Then they decided to wake up and get hot and rally back.
04:55:49They won by 17 points.
04:55:50What a difference.
04:55:51They're now big east champs again.
04:55:53But the question is, is that enough to earn the number one overall seed?
04:56:00Of course we'll find out later tonight.
04:56:02After the game louisville coach rick pitino remembered gaffette.
04:56:18>> It's real special.
04:56:19>> Kansas made a statement with their big one over kansas state.
04:56:23They won the big 12 tournament title they may have also locked up a number one seed in the ncaa tournament.
04:56:33Many think they'll take that spot from duke.
04:56:36The other finals are in the big ten, the s.e.c. and cac.
04:56:40>>> The sport of ultimate fighting is impg chaing before our eyes.
04:56:44Last month, rhonda became the first female to head line a fight.
04:56:48Now she'll coach in the sport's reality program.
04:56:56The men and women will be living under the same roof in a house in las vegas.
04:57:04That will employ plenty of of it greatness.
04:57:07>> Brad bear got to live the dream yesterday.
04:57:08He took a half-court shot and nails the shot as you see.
04:57:12The celebration was halted for a few minutes because officials had to make sure he didn't step over the half-court line.
04:57:19He said he felt like an nfl player waiting to see if he scored the touchdown.
04:57:23The barclays center got to celebrate not once but twice because he did in fact stay behind the line.
04:57:29He would win 10,000 large.
04:57:31If only I could get the same kind of enthusiasm from you when it's nfl season as I see from you when it's march madness.
04:57:38>>Fy was growing up and they let me play football I could get into it more.
04:57:42March madness, man, I'd die for that.
04:57:48>>> Twinkies are coming back, maybe as soon as this summer.
04:57:51A private equity company said it brought the brand along with DING DONGS AND HO-HOs FROM Hostess.
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04:58:08>>> The two high school football players from steubenville, ohio, are guilty of rape.
04:58:13One of the suspects lost it when he heard the verdict.
04:59:42>>> Two teens are found guilty in the rape of a 16-year-old girl.
04:59:47>> Of the things that we learned during this trial that our children were saying and doing were profane, were ugly, with alcohol consumption is shown as a particular danger.
05:00:02>> The emotional reaction from the teens and their family.
05:00:06>>> And prayers are pouring in for a women's lacrosse team.
05:00:11>> We're mourning the loss of our head women's lacrosse coach, christina quigley and her unborn son.
05:00:21>> The bus crashed on the way to a game killing the coach, her unborn baby and the driver.
05:00:30>>> Pope francis spoke to the faithful from the balcony.
05:00:37>>> What did tiger woods and mitt romney and governor chris christie have in common?
05:00:42They've been hacked.
05:00:45Find hout who is behind these cyberstickups and how the fbi is closing in.
05:00:49>>> And it is the court's decision that both of the defendants are hereby adjudicated delinquent beyond a reasonable doubt on all three counts as charged.
05:01:00For those of you who are not familiar with adjudications of delinquency in juvenile law it's similar to a finding of guilty in the adult court.
05:01:09>> You heard it here.
05:01:10The breaking news that two teens accused of raping a 16-year-old girl have been found guilty.
05:01:16The judge in steubenville, ohio, just handed that verdict down after four days of testimony.
05:01:22The high school football players are minors.
05:01:24The two young men accused.
05:01:26They can only be jailed until they're 21.
05:01:29The rape happened last summer during a night of partying.
05:01:32The victim says that she didn't remember much, because she was drunk and she testified that she was too embarrassed to ask what happened.
05:01:41>>> And poppy harlow is outside the courthouse right now.
05:01:45Poppy, what's the reaction out there right now?
05:01:47We saw a lot of crying after the verdict was read.
05:01:50We heard that audibly.
05:01:52>> Reporter: It was an incredibly difficult thing to watch.
05:01:55I was in the courtroom throughout the sentencing which lasted about a half an hour.
05:01:59It was incredibly emotional.
05:02:01As soon as the judge handed down that guilty verdict on all counts and handed out the sentencing, there was weeping from parents and also, most notably, from the two defendants, trent mays breaking down, ma'lik richmond completely collapsing into the arms of his attorney, his attorney saying he could hear him saying my life is over.
05:02:23Who is going to want me now?
05:02:27These are two young men, two teenage boys.
05:02:30And their future, the bright future that was ahead of them now very, very much changed.
05:02:35They have a very difficult long road ahead.
05:02:39It struck me when they stood up to apologize to the parents of the 16-year-old victim.
05:02:44The victim that they've now been found guilty of raping.
05:02:48First trent mays stood up to apologize, then ma'lik richmond.
05:02:53>> Anything you'd like to say?
05:03:04Ma'lik?
05:03:05>> I would like to apologize.
05:03:08I had no intentions to do anything like that.
05:03:11I'm sorry to put you through this.
05:03:24I'm sorry.
05:03:50>> Reporter: I was sitting just about three feet away from ma'lik when he broke down giving that statement.
05:03:56It was incredibly difficult thing for anyone in there to watch.
05:03:59What also struck me in the court is that ma'lik's father came over to him while sitting with his attorney and gave him a hug and whis in his ear.
05:04:11He's been living with guardians.
05:04:12He comes from a troubled family.
05:04:14His father was an alcoholic, was in jail and hasn't been there.
05:04:20His father whispered, I love you.
05:04:23His attorney said it is the first time the father has ever told ma'lik richmond he loves him and says he feels a huge amount of responsibility for not being there for him.
05:04:34He'll serve a year term.
05:04:35Trent mays will serve two years because he's been found guilty on two counts.
05:04:41>> Poppy, of course, the two boys, their lives changed forever but this young victim, you have to wonder how this will affect her for the rest of her life.
05:04:51Her mother just gave an audio statement after the sentencing.
05:04:54What did she say?
05:04:56And did you see their reaction?
05:04:58The courtroom?
05:04:58I understand she was in there with her parents.
05:05:01>> The victim was not in the courtroom but the victim's mother was in the courtroom along with their civil attorney.
05:05:08I was signature behind the victim's mother.
05:05:10I could not see her face, however, she did give a statement.
05:05:14I want to tell you part of what she said.
05:05:16She talked about human compassion.
05:05:18She said human compassion is not taught by coaches.
05:05:21It's not taught by teachers.
05:05:24It's a gift from god.
05:05:25She said you, speaking about the two boys displayed a lack of compassion, a lack of moral code.
05:05:31She went on to say you were your own accuser by posting all about this on social media.
05:05:36She said that she takes pity on the two boys and in regards to he daughter, that 16-year-old girl who we saw testify just yesterday, she said my daughter will persevere, get through this.
05:05:49The words of aa mother that is very angry about what happened to her daughter and is getting the verdict that I believe she deems just.
05:05:56>> Poppy harlow in steubenville, hey high, thank you.
05:06:00>>> And poppy harlow has been busy outside the courtroom.
05:06:04She just got an exclusive interview with ma'lik richmond's dad.
05:06:09Listen.
05:06:09>> Well, I told ma'lik put all his trust in god, that god's going to see him through this.
05:06:17I told him that I love him, basically.
05:06:22And to be strong.
05:06:25>> We heard walter madison, the attorney for your son say he heard you whisper I love you.
05:06:32He doesn't believe he's heard that from you before.
05:06:34Is that the case?
05:06:36Is today the first day you told him that.
05:06:39>> Basically.
05:06:39Because I haven't been around in ma'lik's life like I should have been at this early years.
05:06:48I want to stress that parents need to get involved more in their kids' lives.
05:06:55Like someone mentioned, be a parent and not a friend and teach your kids who alcohol and drugs can do.
05:07:04To destroy their lives.
05:07:06And teach their kids how to make decisions and to combat peer pressure.
05:07:14>> Keep it here on hln for the very latest.
05:07:17>>> Forgiveness was the key word when pope francis delivered his first sunday blessing.
05:07:22At least 100,000 people saw him peter's square this morning.
05:07:26A huge cheer went up when he appeared his apartment window here.
05:07:31Many pilgrims made a long trip to see the pope's first angelus prayer.
05:07:37He told the crowd god never gets tired of forgiving.
05:07:41Pope francis sent out his first tweet saying I thank you from my heart and ask you to continue to pray for me.
05:07:49>>> More returning passengers say they didn't mind getting stuck in the caribbean for a couple days.
05:07:55Carnival is making good on its promise to fly them back to the states from st. maarten.
05:08:09>> Long trip getting there and ultimately it was pretty fun.
05:08:12We're in a port.
05:08:13It wasn't too bad.
05:08:14We had plenty of food and drinks to go around.
05:08:18>> I was okay getting stuck in maarten for two days, versus out at sea.
05:08:25It worked out.
05:08:26>> Carnival says the passengers will get a three-day refund and 50% off a future carnival cruise.
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05:11:52>>> The jodi arias trial continues tomorrow.
05:11:54She's accused of murdering her exboyfriend.
05:11:59Jodi says it was self-defense.
05:12:01Travis alexander was shot in the face and stabbed multiple times.
05:12:09We talked to a former investigator about the evidence.
05:12:13>> I turned around in the middle of the bathroom, pointed it at him.
05:12:20I thought it would stop him.
05:12:21He got like a linebacker, got low and grabbed my waist.
05:12:28The gun went off.
05:12:29I didn't mean to shoot him or anything.
05:12:32I didn't even think I was holding the trigger.
05:12:37>> Can you tell with regard to the gunshot wound to the right temple whether or not he was alive or not at that point?
05:12:44>> There's a wound going through the head.
05:12:49I don't see a wun track through the brain.
05:12:51All I know is there's a bullet going through the brain.
05:12:54I can't say with certainty.
05:12:56>> In my opinion this injury with the gunshot wound is simply an afterthought.
05:13:03>> Let's refer back briefly to the insults he sustained, this gaping wound he has to his neck and this telling blow he has to the sternum here which penetrates the vena cava.
05:13:15These areas are huge areas for blood supply.
05:13:18This would be skin the with him having bled out.
05:13:21There is no more blood to supply the vesales to hemorrhage.
05:13:29This event involving this gunshot wound that started above the right eyebrow and concluded here in the jaw was a postmortem event.
05:13:37>> And monday night we'll do something that the arias jury will not do.
05:13:42We're going back to the crime scene.
05:13:44We've rebuilt the inside of travis alexander's bathroom and the closet where he was killed.
05:13:50On hln after dark our studio jury will tour the scene, plus the man who defended casey anthony is coming here to our studios to defend jodi arias.
05:14:02That's right, jose baez will be in our studio.
05:14:06Make sure to watch monday night at 10:00 eastern here on hln.
05:14:11>>> A skier who was buried alive by an 56 avalanche recorded the entire thing on his helmet cam.
05:14:22He was carried more than 1,000 feet down the mountains, kept flipping and tumbling until he was nfld by the snow.
05:14:32>> I could see it building up behind me, pushing me harder and harder into the tree and finally, I heard the wood splintering and I went through the tree and tree got taken down the hill with this avalanche also.
05:14:44>> Luckily for him, a group of his friends dug him out in only three minutes.
05:14:50He got away with a dislocated shoulder and some bruises.
05:14:58>>> Police in upstate new york say david re in.
05:15:01Z kidnapped and killed a woman and raped her 10-year-old daughter thursday.
05:15:05The girl was badly hurt in the attack.
05:15:08Police say renz removed triz tracking anklet before the attack but reconnected it quickly enough that his probation office wasn't alerted.
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05:18:26This is selection sunday.
05:18:28Tonight we'll find out the teams playing in the ncaa's basketball tournament.
05:18:33After that it's going to be time for you, me, for us all to fill out the brackets.
05:18:41Man wiener explains it.
05:18:42>>> March madness is a nickname for the ncaa men's division i basketball tournament.
05:18:50It's also a description of phenomenon which happens every march which is why people are interested in the first place.
05:18:58It is insanity in the world of college basketball.
05:19:02There are well over 300 division I basketball programs within the ncaa.
05:19:08There's 68 teams that get in each year, 31 by what is called automatic qualification, automatic qualifiers by virtue of winning their conference in the regular season or through a conference tournament.
05:19:20The other 37 teams are so-called at-large bids.
05:19:24It gets more tricky in terms of what gets in and who doesn't.
05:19:28There's a selection committee that looks over the resumes of each and every one of the teams available to play in the ncaa tournament and deems 37 of them worthy of the tournament.
05:19:40The bracket itself for most people, is the physical piece of paper you hold in your office pool when you try to determine who the winners are of the tournament.
05:19:50As you look at a bracket you see 32 teams on either side of it which whittle themselves down to 32 teams, then 16, then 8, et cetera.
05:20:00All the way to a final four.
05:20:02And then of course, the final two teams who play for the national championship.
05:20:09There are a million methods.
05:20:12You can pour over all the data want to, look into trends, matchups between coaches, players, schools, conferences, you can employ the which mascot could win in a fight method if you'd like.
05:20:26I always thought if notre dame is in the tournament I'm hess tan the to pick against them on st. patrick's day.
05:20:31Does that matter?
05:20:32I don't know.
05:20:32My advice, don't think too about about it, go with your gut and have fun.
05:20:37>> If you need more ideas about filling out the bracket, watch "morning express" with robin meade team.
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05:24:12>>> As you can imagine they're pulling out all the spots in the search for terrilynn monette.
05:24:20M high-tech equipment is in new orleans right now thanks to hou houston-based equusearch.
05:24:26The company wants to do what they can to bring the second grade teacher home.
05:24:30>> Reporter: In bayous and ponds across city park, a team from houston-based equusearch used sonar to try to find missing second grade elementary school teacher terrilynn monette.
05:24:44>> We had success in the water with our equipment.
05:24:47>> Reporter: Monette was last seen outside a city park.
05:24:52Her 2012 black honda accord is also missing.
05:24:57Equusearch has been looking through a number of bodies of water much like this one here in city park.
05:25:04They run about six feet deep with a muddy bottom.
05:25:08They have the ability to look through 40 feet of water and even up to 1,000 feet of water, much like they did during the natalee holloway case in aruba.
05:25:19Despite the search, no sign of monette or her car.
05:25:23>> I heard they were very good at what they do.
05:25:27And I hope and pray that they find something, some type of lead or something to my daughter's disappearance.
05:25:34>> Reporter: It's an anguish that founder tim miller says he understands.
05:25:38>> When I heard mom on tv yesterday crying, how can you hob how can you help not to help.
05:25:48We'll bring in whatever we've got, leave the results up to god.
05:25:52>> Reporter: Results that so far have left questions and very few answers about what happened to terrilynn monette.
05:26:00>> Monette's 2012 black honda accord is missing.
05:26:03The car had louisiana plates, wun-494.
05:26:08If you have any information on terrilynn monette's whereabouts, please call new orleans police at 504-821-2222.
05:26:17And equusearch at 281-309-9500.
05:26:23>>> A skydiver fell thousands of feet when both of his parachutes failed.
05:26:28He survived with barely a scratch on him, too.
05:26:34Stapleton doing a free fall.
05:26:37Yikes.
05:26:37He managed to land on dirt in a vineyard.
05:26:40He was just inches away from metal spikes sticking out of the ground.
05:26:44>> I was pretty sure I was about to watch my friend die.
05:26:47>> I completely lucked out.
05:26:49Imean, god watches out for idiots and puppy dogs.
05:26:53And he just let me live and walk away.
05:26:56>> Reporter: Stapleton had a dislocated shoulder but no broken bones.
05:27:01>>> Have you looked at these pictures yet?
05:27:03The driver of this pickup allegedly got wasted on whiskey and became a one-man wrecking crew in a home depot parking lot.
05:27:12Yikes.
05:27:12This happened in utah.
05:27:14The man driving plowed through a bunch of storage sheds and swing sets until his truck ended up getting stuck on a curb.
05:27:21Look at this.
05:27:23Cops arrested dale arave.
05:27:26He admitted guzzling an eighth of a gatten of whiskey before getting behind the wheel.
05:27:34>>> Thanks for spending your time with us here on hln.
05:27:37Thank you for that.
05:27:39But what else are you up to?
05:27:40We want to see what weekends in america look like in your hometown.
05:27:48This is from new orleans.
05:27:49He popped the question to his girlfriend on this trip, kicking off a fun three days in the french quarter.
05:27:56The pair explored the entire city from bourbon street to jackson square.
05:28:00Love these pics.
05:28:02If you have a photo from your weekend you'd like to share?
05:28:08We'll love to see it.
05:28:10Go to hlntv.com/weekendexpress.
05:28:11We might put it on the air.
05:28:13>>> A horrible bus crash kills a mom and a baby.
05:28:16And now a college lacrosse team is mourning their coach.
05:29:39>>> It is the court's decision that both of the defendants are hereby adjudicated delinquent beyond a reasonable doubt.
05:29:48On all three counts as charged.
05:29:51For those of you who are not familiar with ajudications of delinquency in juvenile law, it's similar to a finding of guilty in the adult court.
05:30:00>> You just heard it here, the breaking news that two teens accused of raining a 16-year-old girl have been found guilty.
05:30:07The judge in steubenville, I had high, just handed that verdict down after four days of testimony.
05:30:13The high school football players are minors.
05:30:15The two young men accused.
05:30:17They can only be jailed until their 21.
05:30:20The rape happened last summer during a night of partying.
05:30:23The victim says she didn't remember much because she was drunk.
05:30:27And she testified she was too embarrassed to ask what happened.
05:30:32>>> There were a lot of tears in the courtroom as the steubenville verdict was read and the defendants each got up to apologize.
05:30:41Listen.
05:30:43>> Those pictures shouldn't have been sitting around or even taken.
05:30:51>> Anything you'd like to say?
05:30:53>> I'd like to apologize to you people.
05:30:56I had no intention to do anything like that.
05:31:00I'm sorry to put you guys through this.
05:31:19I'm sorry.
05:31:20>> Cnn's poppy harlow was in the courtroom as that was playing out.
05:31:25We heard from the victim's mother, the young girl's mom.
05:31:27What did she have to say?
05:31:29How did she react to all of this?
05:31:31>> Reporter: We did.
05:31:33Hi, natasha.
05:31:34It was difficult for everyone to be in this courtroom and see a lot of people break down over this.
05:31:39I was sitting right behind the victim's mother and this is a verdict that she deems just.
05:31:46After the verdict came down and the sentence, she spoke and gave an audio tape about how she is feeling.
05:31:52I want you it listen to part of her reaction.
05:31:55>> It did not matter what school you went to, what city you lived in or what sports you've played.
05:32:00Human compassion is not taught by a teacher, a coach or a parent.
05:32:04It is a god-given gift instilled in all of us.
05:32:07You displayed not only a lack of this compassion but a lock lack of any moral codes.
05:32:14Your decisions affected countless lives, including those most dear to you.
05:32:19You were your own accuser, by choosing the social media.
05:32:27I have pity for you both.
05:32:29I hope you fear the lord, repen the for your actions and pray hard for his forgiveness.
05:32:37>> You hear her crying as well at the end of that statement.
05:32:41Difficult for all the families involved to go through it.
05:32:44Now the sentence has been handed down.
05:32:46The two young men have been take an way to custody.
05:32:49Ma'lik will serve a year, trent mays two years.
05:32:53They'll both get some of the time they've already done.
05:32:57They'll get credit for some of the time, natasha.
05:33:00>> I know you spoke with the victim's attorney.
05:33:02What did he have to say about her and his reaction to all of this?
05:33:08>> Reporter: Did i.
05:33:09I spoke with bob fitzsimmons.
05:33:11He's a civil attorney for her.
05:33:13This case was prosecuted by the state of ohio, the attorney general's office but he represents the family civilly.
05:33:19She is trying to get back to normal life.
05:33:23She's 16 years old, trying to be as normal of a 16-year-old girl as she can.
05:33:28I did ask him, are you planning to file civil charges in this case because they could if they want to.
05:33:33He said the family and he have been discussing that, unclear at this point if they will file civil charges.
05:33:39He said the broader message here, there is a broader message, parents, you can't be friends with your kids.
05:33:46You have to know what's going on.
05:33:48These alcohol-fueled parties with all of these kids at them in the middle of the night, some of them driving drunk, this can't be happening.
05:33:55That's the broader message that's being disemanated through this and what he is trying to get out there as well.
05:34:01>> Important life lessons that can be learned by all in this.
05:34:06Poppy harlow in steubenville, ohio, thank you.
05:34:09>>> A woman's lacrosse coach and her unborn baby were killed in a bus crash yesterday.
05:34:15Christina quigley was six months pregnant with a baby boy.
05:34:18The team's bus swerved and hit a tree in southern pennsylvania.
05:34:21The team was heading from seton hill university to a game in millersville.
05:34:24The driver was killed.
05:34:26And some of the players went to the hospital.
05:34:31Students will hold a memorial service tonight on campus.
05:34:36>> After our play we were all sent an alert, basically said there was an accident from the women's lacrosse team.
05:34:42And my roommate is on the lacrosse team, so I was very nervous.
05:34:46I did find out she's okay.
05:34:48>> I mean, everyone is devastated by the losses.
05:34:52It almost seems like we're coming together as a school.
05:34:55I know the baseball team will do something for tomorrow.
05:34:58We have a game.
05:35:01We're going to get black wristbands, probably put stuff on, stuff like that.
05:35:06>> There was rain and snow on the road yesterday but the police have not released an official cause of the crash.
05:35:13Quigley leaves behind a husband and another young son.
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05:38:10>>> Big name celebrities including the first lady had their financial information hacked.
05:38:14Now, listen to some of other names, kim kardashian, mel gibson, ashton kutcher, brittney spears and donald trump.
05:38:22In politics they weren't immuned, joe biden, hillary clinton, al gore, even robert mueller, the fbi director.
05:38:29They are all victims of being hacked.
05:38:32Michelle obama, that's the one that shocked me the most.
05:38:34The list apparently showed their social security numbers, addresses and phone numbers and credit reports.
05:38:39Very scary.
05:38:41Especially from a security perspective.
05:38:43Joining me now, hln money expert clark howard.
05:38:47Damage control has to be done.
05:38:48What can they do?
05:38:49>> Actually, you know, the hackers have done a public service here.
05:38:53>> Really?
05:38:53>> Because I think a lot of us don't realize how vulnerable our private information is.
05:38:59>> Even the president's wife.
05:39:01>> Exactly.
05:39:01>> What in the world!
05:39:02>> If they can do that to them, what can they do to us?
05:39:06We don't have the fbi running around trying to figure things out when somebody steals our information.
05:39:12So we have to be our own police officer.
05:39:14There's the greatest way for you to limit damage to somebody stealing your information and maybe trying to get credit as if they're you.
05:39:26It's credit freeze.
05:39:27Most people don't know about it.
05:39:28You can lock down your credit identity and depending on your state of residence it's free to do it to as much as $10.
05:39:37And you lock it down with each of the three credit bureaus.
05:39:40You're issued a secret code and only when you need to get new credit, let's say you're buying a credit, do you temporarily thaw your freeze.
05:39:50>> Is this something we should be doing all the time?
05:39:53>> Absolutely.
05:39:55I froze my credit five, six years ago.
05:39:58It's been the most wonderful peace of mind.
05:40:01Over those years I've had to thaw it half a dozen times, a little more than once a year.
05:40:06It's easy to do depending on the bureau.
05:40:08It takes about a minute and a half to foif minutes to thaw your credit file.
05:40:18>> What about children?
05:40:19I heard children are the most at-risk for identity theft.
05:40:24>> Absolutely.
05:40:27All you can do except din the state of maryland, you can see if your child's identity has been compromised.
05:40:36There's a free check at allclearid.com.
05:40:41You can see if somebody has already stolen your child's information.
05:40:46>> You don't enter the child's social security?
05:40:47>> You do but don't worry about it.
05:40:50>> Don't worry?
05:40:51>> It's a great tool for you to use to make sure your kids are safe.
05:40:56>> Thanks for giving us good tips in this scary world.
05:41:00>> You're welcome.
05:41:01>> Clark howard, thank you.
05:41:02>> Sure.
05:41:03>>> Thousands of americans are streaming into williston, north dakota looking for work.
05:41:11They're finding it a struggle just to survive.
05:41:15An oil rush has tripled the population and turned the town no a modern day boomtown.
05:41:21There's plenty of money to be made but first you have to find a place to live.
05:41:26>> They discovered about 4 billion barrels of oil under the streets of williston, north dakota.
05:41:33This is like a modern day gold rush with tens of thousands of people flocking here for a shot at the american dream.
05:41:41My name is greg zardt.
05:41:45I was a graphic artist in washington state until I got laid off.
05:41:50I moved here for a lot of the same reasons a lot of people moved here.
05:41:54A move of desperation.
05:41:55I saw news and press about what was going on here in williston.
05:42:01I get into town.
05:42:02I take amtrak.
05:42:05Cross country amtrak.
05:42:06The very first order of business here when you arrive in town is you've got to get a place to stay.
05:42:12Oh, my god, I have called every hotel in town and nobody has a vacancy.
05:42:17So I take my luggage with me and tr trudge on down the road.
05:42:25I went three miles down the road.
05:42:28It was cold, dark, I didn't know anybody in town.
05:42:35I saw a sign for mattress world.
05:42:38If they have mass tresses I'm going to crawl in the middle of some of these things.
05:42:43It will keep me from freezing to death.
05:42:44>> All right.
05:42:46Hey, how's it going?
05:42:47Well, you know, some of you might look around and be like, greg, dude, that sucks, man.
05:42:53I look at this saying, like an urban treehouse.
05:42:58>> From a dumpster to his van to an rv.
05:43:01See if greg can survive his boomtown experience.
05:43:04That's our next "american journey" with ty pennington 00 eastern, only on hln.
05:43:11>>> Many couples say they admire president obama and the first lady's marriage but reports are showing fewer and fewer people are getting hitched.
05:43:19What's to blame for this so-called wedding gap?
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05:46:14>>> It is the beginning of wedding season but these days, fewer couples are walking down that aisle.
05:46:19In fact, reports show that african-american women specifically are the least likely to marry.
05:46:24Now, check out these numbers from the cdc.
05:46:2855% Of black women have never been married.
05:46:32That's compared to 34% of white women.
05:46:34Similar numbers for men as well.
05:46:35Look at this here, 55% of black men have never been married, compared to 44% of white men.
05:46:42Author and journalist gil robertson is here.
05:46:44He wrote this book called "where " a beautiful collection of essays.
05:46:50Very insightful I might add.
05:46:53There's a big difference in the stats we rattled off here.
05:46:56What do you make of these numbers?
05:46:57>> The african-american community is going through a crises with regards to the number of coupling that we're seeing present day.
05:47:06In fact, according to statistics an african-american child was more likely to be have been born into a two-parent home during slavery than today.
05:47:16>> Wow.
05:47:16>> It's a cause for for alarm and that's what motivated me to put this collection of essays together to examine this issue and hopefully come to some sort of solution to how we can turn the tide around.
05:47:28>> Yes, I believe it's black marriage day today, isn't it?
05:47:31>> Yes, it is, yes, it is.
05:47:34>> A recent study I found interesting, it shows 72% of african-american kids are raised in single-parent homes.
05:47:41That may be shocking to some people.
05:47:42The black community is talking about it.
05:47:44You addressed it in your back in a unique way.
05:47:46>> Absolutely.
05:47:47The the reason why it's something that should be important to everyone, just like BACK IN THE '60s WHEN DRUGS WERE Seens a sas a problem of the inner city and, of course, it infiltrated all areas of society.
05:48:03We're seeing signs that marriage rates are trending downward.
05:48:07It's happening right now in the african-american community but certainly it's something that everyone should be but certainly it's something that everyone should be concerned about because families, you know, marriage is sort of a symbol of what keeps our society together.
05:48:25>> And some people say that people are focusing more on their career.
05:48:28>> Absolutely.
05:48:29>> That's one argument.
05:48:30BACK IN THE '80s, I DON'T KNOW About you, I grew up watching "the cosby show," but the h huxtables were one of the most prominent african-american couples on tv.
05:48:47Today we have jay-z, the obamas.
05:48:49Are things changing?
05:48:50>> Hopefully the obamas and some of the other high-profile real-life african-american couples will inspire people to want to pursue healthy, loving relationships.
05:49:01>> That's what black marriage day is about.
05:49:02I just learned about it myself.
05:49:04>> Absolutely.
05:49:04>> All right.
05:49:05Well, thank you so much, gill robertson, where did our love go?
05:49:09Appreciate it.
05:49:09>> Thank you.
05:49:09>> You bet.
05:49:14>>> After she was in a car accident that left her paralyzed, judith smith discovered the power of dance.
05:49:21And now the california woman is teaching others with physical challenges to dance.
05:49:25That's behind today's "power of " ♪
05:49:29>> Reporter: These performers are putting an unusual spin on dancing.
05:49:33>> It completely surprises people, what can happen when you get people together who move so incredibly differently from each other.
05:49:43>> Reporter: Judith smith is a founder of the axis dance company, the oakland-based group is made up of dancers with and without physical disabilities.
05:49:52>> The limitations that we have in our lives are once that we set on ourselves.
05:49:56The big thing that axis does is really redefine what disability is, what ability is, what dance is.
05:50:04>> Reporter: Judith wasn't always interested in dance.
05:50:06>> I had planned on having a career jumping horses, and it changed in a split second.
05:50:13>> Reporter: A car accident left her paralyzed from the chest down at 17.
05:50:20out how to live my life.
05:50:22>> Reporter: She is that dancing gave her freedom.
05:50:24>> One of the fun things about starting to dance was figuring out how to use this machine in a way that wasn't just about going " >> Reporter: That's evident when dancers like rodney bell perform.
05:50:38>> Axis pushed me to push the envelope of who I am, what I can do, my capacities, you know.
05:50:44>> People go away feeling differently about human potential and their own potential.
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05:54:16March madness is in the air.
05:54:17This is selection sunday, of course.
05:54:19Tonight we're going to find out the teams that are playing in the ncaa basketball tournament.
05:54:25After that it will be a file for all of us to fill in our brackets.
05:54:28Make sure you fill one out.
05:54:29The excitement's really building in atlanta here.
05:54:31Check it out, where the final four teams will meet.
05:54:35Look what's been going on here at cnn downstairs here from our studios.
05:54:37
05:54:55
05:55:09
05:55:25
05:55:34>> pretty cool, right?
05:55:35Was your head spinning a little bit there?
05:55:37Joe carter explains it all now " hey, joe.
05:55:42>> Reporter: Natasha, go big or go home.
05:55:44Atlanta, of course, is the host site for this year's final four.
05:55:47And as you can see here at the cnn center, we have the biggest bracket in town.
05:55:53It's got to be 30 feet by 40 feet.
05:55:55This thing is massive.
05:55:56And obviously later today we're going to find out the schools that are going to be on that bracket, be in the ncaa tournament.
05:56:02It's an exciting time of year.
05:56:03Selection sunday is today.
05:56:04The committee's going to be looking at obviously a lot of schools.
05:56:07They'll be paying attention to those conference championship games that are later today.
05:56:10Of course, the big ones being in the a.c.c., s.e.c. and big ten.
05:56:15A couple fun facts for you as we go into this tournament.
05:56:17Men actually spend 30 minutes longer than women filling out their bracket.
05:56:22Men spend an average of 75 minutes.
05:56:2775 Minutes out of their day to fill out one bracket.
05:56:30If you're like me, you have multiple brackets.
05:56:335 Billion will be wagered on this year's tournament.
05:56:36Now, a big chunk of that, of course, is low-stakes gambling that happens in office pools.
05:56:42Everyone likes to play those office pool tournament this year welcome back wide open.
05:56:46There is no clear-cut number one like last year with kentucky sort of cruising through the entire tournament.
05:56:52My advice to you filling out this bracket, obviously you can go with the strategy of picking teams and coaches, picking one mascot's better than another, maybe you like team colors.
05:57:02My significance to ysuggestion to you, enjoy the tournament and good luck.
05:57:08>> I pick the cutest players.
05:57:10Yeah, I do.
05:57:11If you need more ideas about filling out that bracket, how to do it, watch "morning express" tomorrow with robin meade starting at 6:00 a.m. eastern.
05:57:19It's bracket monday.
05:57:19Don't miss it.
05:57:21>>> Twinkies are coming back.
05:57:23Maybe as soon as this summer.
05:57:25A private equity company says that it bought the brand along with ding dongs and ho-hos from bankrupt hostess.
05:57:35The last batch of twinkies were made four months ago and that, asou know, led to twinkie hoarding.
05:57:41Some boxes selling for thousands of dollars on ebay, even.
05:57:44Wow.
05:57:44>>> Who doesn't love a good birthday celebration?
05:57:48Scott golden sent us these shots of his birthday trip to the big apple.
05:57:53There he is in the black sweater.
05:57:55He says he celebrated 46 in style with stops in little italy, the statue of liberty and even outside the cnn building there.
05:58:03Got a photo from your weekend I'd like to share?
05:58:05We'd love to see it.
05:58:06Go to hlntv.com/weekendexpress.
05:58:12>>> Thanks for joining me today.
05:58:13Make sure you wake up with robin meade tomorrow morning on "morning express" starting at 6:00 a.m. eastern.
05:58:19Up next, "nancy grace " she's covering the jodi arias trial.

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