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Inside Edition
Feb 9, 2022
Inside Edition for Wednesday, February 09, 2022
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They call it the case of the purloined sirloin around the country, grocery stores are seeing their meat counters decimated by thieves and here's the reason why. Some thieves are selling it on the black market to other shopkeepers…who just might be selling those stolen steaks to you. Steven Fabian explains how it works. And, the calendar says football…but the weather forecast is screaming “beach.” Temperatures in Los Angeles are expected to be about 20 degrees above normal. So much so that officials are issuing a heat advisory for Super Bowl weekend. Plus, a single mother of five recently returned to work…but her toddler's daycare was still closed because of Covid. So she asked her 14-year-old daughter to babysit. However, when the toddler wandered off for a few minutes, the mom ended up arrested and in cuffs. And it's the premise of Don't Look Up which was just nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. An asteroid is on a collision course for Earth and officials won’t listen to the experts. Well, in real-life, there actually is a rocket on its way to deliberately collide with an asteroid.

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