What's Trending 1/9/19

Thomas and Briana look at videos trending online. Moose on the loose, Penguin paradise and a close call on the highway.

To Your Health-Symptoms & Prevention of Measles

This month, a measles outbreak in Washington State has sickened at least 21 people, 18 of whom had not been vaccinated. It's a stark reminder that despite a drastic reduction in cases in recent decades, the measles virus is not a thing of the past. We'll show you symptoms and prevention of measles in today's "To Your Health."

To Your Health: Secrets For Losing Weight Without A Special Diet

Many of us hate that four letter word "diet," but there are some people that never go on a diet and they still stay slim. Haley Hernandez reveals their secrets to staying thin.

Ohio Ice Fishermen Rescue Family Who Fell Through Ice Into Mosquito Lake-1/22/19

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Govt. Shutdown Impacts a West Virginia Program to Rebuild Flood-Damaged Homes

A program that helps West Virginians rebuild homes that were damaged or destroyed in West Virginia's 2016 flood is being affected by the partial federal government shutdown.

Health: Mast Cell Activation Syndrome Makes People Allergic to Almost Everything

Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, or MCAS, is a rare condition that leaves some people allergic to almost everything, meaning a whiff of a certain scent or even taking a shower can cause serious complications that can be fatal. Vivien Leigh has more details on this condition.

What's trending 1/22/19

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Bebe Rexha says designers said she's 'too big' to make Grammys dress for

"If you don’t like my fashion style or my music that’s one thing," she said. "But don’t say you can’t dress someone that isn’t a runway size."

San Francisco is a 'train wreck' because of Silicon Valley, Salesforce CEO says

“San Francisco is kind of a train wreck, we have a real inequality problem,” Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said. “It’s because of the tech sector.”

4 arrested for allegedly planning attack on largely Muslim community

The three men and a teen allegedly planned to attack the community of Islamberg. Police said they found 23 firearms and three improvised explosive devices.

How the shutdown could leave thousands of rural Americans without a home

Hundreds of thousands of low-income families in rural America are facing a threat to their homes because the government shutdown froze federal funding for mortgage loans and rental assistance. In Heber City, Utah, Scott and La Tysha Mitchell are worried that they could lose the home they’re building with their own hands.

Chef José Andrés opens resource center for furloughed federal workers

"A government that is supposed to be supporting the people is doing the contrary, they're taking the people hostage," said the acclaimed chef.