That's right. It's Red Nose Day. Which red nose are you? We've been building up to this day along with NBC for weeks now.
It's all for a great cause - to shed light on the need to help children and other young people living in poverty. My anchor partner, Margo Gray, will be live all morning, showing you how people like you are helping out right now, right here in our community.
And you have to see and hear some of the jokes that some elementary school kids told us. You'll see them from 5:00 to 7:00 a.m. this morning. They'll definitely put a smile on your face.
In other news, there are now more charges for the four young men charged with Antonio Hernandez' death over the weekend. They now face charges in connection with Joshua Davis' death. You'll hear from Davis' mother.
How long can GOP presidential candidate talk? A long time. How about ten and a half hours? He's trying to get his point across about the Patriot Act. See what you think.
And is the rain really out of here for now? We have holiday weekend plans to get to. I'm sure you do, too. We'll check in with Meteorologist David Ernst every ten minutes, just to make sure.
The school year's coming to a close, and that holiday weekend is only a day away (maybe just hours for some of you). So, join us for your morning show, WAFF 48 News Today. We'll help you get there.
See you on TV!