A World News Now Meet and Greet

Muhammad Lila and Marci Gonzalez on their lives in and out of the newsroom.
3:00 | 01/06/14

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-- he didn't know. Didn't know. All right welcome back here on world news now we don't just like a -- in -- living rooms in the middle of the night without allowing you to get to know what's a little bit. And this morning we are welcoming back Marci Gonzalez to the anchor desk and -- you are for the next few weeks while -- is. Off on maternity leave Marcy a warm welcome back change -- Faith Hill here is your chance to you tell us all about yourself. You know -- how much time do they have. We got some photos -- symptom he. And there is also rather embarrassing -- days -- who is back. Into the heavy audio on this because this is. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah. Cool. Yeah. Looking at my appearance -- they weren't going to teach my sister who is younger than me to talk because I talked enough for two children very. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- That's -- but in the okay so it this TV think of -- work -- for me my mother and I are hit the road. With Lara Sonny and sharing -- explanation that following this -- doesn't like mommy can great Sonny. IRA and OK that this -- rather -- him. Story I went to Haiti -- four -- after the earthquake by myself shoving a video that was while I was working. In Florida and West Palm Beach at WP TV this is also taken in Haiti this is an important than that -- after the -- And -- and you know I was I was that was used in Louisiana McConnell Friday out reporting during this snowstorm -- yeah. I don't know and his lessons -- move. He ended a ballroom dancing competition. The offender is there when I was in Florida them they got a cannot count me love love love tell us. -- -- Well I normally based overseas they attempt to cover places in the world aren't always the safest places in the world. Afghanistan Pakistan that's the picture -- you're serious they probably didn't Photoshop who have it. Yeah that's me -- out on patrol. And especially when we came under fire in Afghanistan we are not -- -- fighting Taliban. Hunting season coming up right here this is one scarier parts of important it is also interesting because. He never forget the sound of bullets when fired when they're going coming over your head thinking wow. And -- are serious semi indicted come here on some light on condition has -- an -- We have -- I don't even know where these guys got this photo -- -- -- -- not a Photoshop plug that's a river that I don't know that. For real that's legit you know the one time -- actually managed to stay up on that -- -- forty feet cresting red -- and that. Yeah yeah my friends ask me my brother from another mother that -- -- -- listen you're watching a -- if you're watching it's it's -- -- I don't know where you Laura but called him. They're confident he can back him up so many -- and she.

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