Thursday, December 23, 2010

First Responders Get Help The Deserve

Good morning. Robin is off today. Natasha Curry has the reins. 

The firefighters, police officers and other emergency teams who responded on 9/11 found themselves in the middle of a cloud of toxic fumes. They’ve had recurring physical and mental problems. Now there's been a major development that supporters are calling a "great day for America." 

If you’re traveling over the holidays, you’ll want to hear the latest on thoseincredible western storms. 

The repeal of "Don’t ask, don’t tell" wasn’t a huge surprise. But the reaction to it certainly was. What an outpouring! 

Somebody paid a pretty penny for the purse a woman used to try to disarm a gunman at a Panama City, Florida school board meeting. The money’s going to a very good cause. 

The parents of a Rutgers University student who committed suicide are thinking about going after the school for damages. Where this story may be heading now… 

A Florida school bus driver collapsed at the wheel. We’ve got the tragic aftermath and the remarkable response by the kids. 

And finally, are you starting to get those pre-approved credit-card letters in the mail again? We’re looking at whether this is a good deal for you. 

Why send a boring old Christmas e-card to your deployed military friend or family member when you can send them a custom holiday Salute to Troops!? It's just like the salutes you see on Morning Express with Robin Meade but you create it yourself! Customize signs, add photos, even record a personal message in your own voice! CLICK HERE to get started!