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4 Things To Know From July 28, 2017The top four stories from July 28, 2017 include: the Senate voting down the "skinny" health care bill, White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci gives an explanation for an expletive-ridden interview, Starbucks announces Teavana stores are closing and "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" is returning to theaters, Ali Lucia, Kim Johnson, Mary McGuire and Mike Augustyniak report (1:31). WCCO This Morning – July 28, 2017
Koffy In The Morning: Happy Wife, Happy LifeMarriage researchers found that when the wife is happy with the long term relationship, the husband is happier no matter how he feels independently about the relationship, Paul Koffy reports (1:53). WCCO This Morning – July 28, 2017
Rusty's Review: 'Atomic Blonde'Rusty Gatenby gives his takes on the latest Charlize Theron movie, "Atomic Blonde," Ali Lucia and Kim Johnson report (3:50). WCCO This Morning – July 28, 2017
6 A.M. Weather ReportThe weekend gets started with a beautiful Top 10 Weather Day! Temps will be in the 80s and skies will be clear. Then throughout much of the weekend, expect clear skies, warm temps and light winds. Storms could come back as early as Monday evening in northern Minnesota, Mike Augustyniak reports (3:22). WCCO This Morning – July 28, 2017
Survey: Orlando Is No. 1 For RetirementWallethub released its latest list of the best, and worst, cities to retire in. After looking at affordability, health care and quality of life in 150 cities it said Orlando was number one, Ali Lucia, Kim Johnson, Mary McGuire and Mike Augustyniak report (2:04). WCCO This Morning – July 28, 2017
Minnesota Sailor Killed In Pearl Harbor Attack Finally Returns HomeThe remains of a sailor killed when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor during WWII are finally being brought home to Minnesota, John Lauritsen reports (2:02). WCCO This Morning – July 28, 2017