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Fitz in the Morning Episode #324 Friday 08/07/20

It’s finally Friday and we can all get back to having busy weekends with no sleep whatsoever, but that’s all good cuz we got a Bull Yah!! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, Millennials are now the majority of America with 51% of the population, Russia is pushing a mandatory Covid-19 vaccine before…

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Something ‘Bout a Truck

Tiffany from Renton has asked Fitz for help because she’s pretty fed up with her boyfriend Brett. She cosigned on a loan for fully loaded $70,000 pickup truck he said would be ideal to use for renovating their home as well as for work projects. But after a couple of weeks she just found out…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #323 Thursday 08/06/20

Fitz is flipping out that billionaire Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has his mega-yacht docked here in Seattle but Claire is worried he’s trying to jack DK Metcalf. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, the National Park Service issues recommendations on what to do if you encounter a bear including “do not push…

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Remembering Northwest Radio Legend Pat O’Day

Legendary Northwest Broadcaster Pat O’Day has passed away at the age of 85. Pat was a constant in our lives since the 1960’s, as a DJ, concert promoter, pitchman, and of course THE Seafair race announcer.  On Wednesday, Fitz and the Gang remembered Pat, aka the "godfather" of Seattle's teen dance scene, and his connections to radio, Schick Shadel Hospital, the local Pop scene, and Jimi Hendrix.

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #322 Wednesday 08/05/20

Drew’s Quarantine Hair has surpassed his products’ ability to hold it but Fitz doesn’t believe Drew’s hair has actually grown at all. We remember legendary Northwest broadcaster Pat O’Day and his connections to Radio, SeaFair, and Jimi Hendrix. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a woman in a thong is detained when police…

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Roy Calica USMC

I've said many times that there is no one more proud of their troop than Momma. There are probably a few dads and even some husbands and wives that might try to challenge me on this one, but I'm sticking to my guns because I know Momma feels something a little bit more when it…

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Latest Coronavirus News

After COVID-19 delays, CBS says newly-shot episodes of ‘The Bold and The Beautiful’ coming July 20

©Jessica Hromas/CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.(LOS ANGELES) — CBS announced on Monday that The Bold and the Beautiful, which resumed production over two weeks ago, will start airing new episodes on July 20.  The daytime drama on June 16 became the first U.S. broadcast series to resume production on stage, following strict COVID-19 safety protocols, but shut down after one day …

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Film, TV production officially OK to resume today in California after COVID-19 shutdown

kckate16/iStock(LOS ANGELES) — After shutting down beginning in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, today is the day California officials have allowed for film and television production to resume in the state.  However, all productions will have to adhere to a state-mandated set of safety protocols to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.  The Los Angeles County Public Health Department …

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It’s no yolk: Texas attorney charged with egging judge’s car over COVID-19 stay-at-home orders

RapidEye/iStock(CONROE, Texas) — An attorney and district judge candidate in Conroe, Texas has been charged with criminal mischief for egging a judge’s car over COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, according to Community Impact Newspaper. The Conroe Police Department charged Eric Yollick, who’s running for district judge in Monroe County, with throwing an egg at current Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough’s car back in …

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Dow plunges almost 7% amid concerns of second COVID-19 wave

iStock/lucadp(NEW YORK) — As states across the country are working on reopening, COVID-19 cases are back on the rise — which is rattling the volatile stock market once more. COVID-19 cases are up in about 20 states, with hospitalizations on the rise in at least eight.  The new trend has health officials concerned that the long-predicted second wave, which was …

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