Couch Conversations - Part 2

Mon Mar 30 06:37:50 PDT 2020

Couch Conversations - Part 2

16 News Now's Joshua Short speaks one-on-one with Al Roker.

Summer-like evening

A summer-like Memorial Day will be followed by a summer-like evening, and that means a few spots get a thundershower...

80-acre Tree-Mendus Fruit Farm property bought at auction for $335,000

80 acres went up for auction Monday at Tree-Mendus Fruit Farm, but for those selling it, it's hard to put a price on the time they've spent here. The Moore family will be the new owners of the property after buying all 80 acres for $335,000.

Campers enjoy opening weekend at Plymouth Jellystone Park

Plymouth Jellystone Park saw plenty of campers Memorial Day weekend, but restrictions were in place to protect staff and campers.

Oppressive heat and humidity Monday

Meteorologist Kimberly Newman has your Memorial Day forecast.

Fire causes heavy damage at restaurant

Fireside Tap and Grill caught fire mid-morning Sunday.

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The heat and humidity for the next few days with increasing chances for showers and thunderstorms. Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has the details in her Sunday evening forecast.

 
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