Transcript for Waitress gets huge surprise tip
Thank you, Dr. Jen. We'll turn the erielle reshef with the latest headlines for us. Good afternoon, erielle. Reporter: Hi there, Amy. Good afternoon, everyone. Here are some of the top stories we're tracking. Keeping an eye on the new storm worries. Hurricane teddy gaining strength as a category 2 storm. Another storm brewing in the gulf of Mexico. This as gulf residents sift through the rubble in the wake of hurricane Sally. Hundreds of rescues during that storm that churned a deadly path with high winds and lashing rain. Sally's remnants expected to produce flash flooding and a tornado threat across Georgia and north and South Carolina. Russian opposition leader continues to recover in a German hospital new revelations about where he may have been poisoned. His team believes he drank from poisoned water bottles in his hotel and not at the airport. New developments in the point blank shooting of two los Angeles county deputies. The reward growing to $300,000 for those gunmen. One deputy has been released from the hospital. Another is hospitalized. The new job numbers released 860,000 people applied for unemployment benefits last week. That's in line with expectations. It's the 26th straight week of historically high unemployment numbers since the coronavirus pandemic began. Finally, the big tippers at a New Jersey diner. Yes, we mean big. Instead of adding 20% to the bill, a couple of regulars handed over their family's car to Lisa, their favorite server. Amy, that server says her customer's kindness right her to tears after sharing with them she was having car troubles. That couple who had been dining with her for many years handed over the keys and title, driving some happiness on this Thursday. What a beautiful story. Thank you, erielle. We turn to Colorado. We are seeing both good and bad
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