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Fitz in the Morning Episode #301 Tuesday 07/07/20

Technology is plaguing us as Drew’s phone stopped recognizing his fingerprint and Claire almost lost her crossword streak because her phone update erased her login. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, YouTuber “Mr. Beast” held a contest to see who could hold their finger on their phone the longest, a neighbor “helped” a…

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Won’t You Not Be My Neighbor

Janine from Puyallup has called in for help with her fiancée Eddie. She says he is letting his beef with another neighborhood dad stand between her son and that dad’s son, who is his little best friend. She says Eddie doesn’t want the kid exposed to this jerk because he has said stuff about Janine…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #300 Monday 07/06/20

We recap our 4th of July Weekend, including our amazing Red White and Bull Fantasy Music Festival. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, people are disturbed that a nursing home with 26 Covid deaths posted a sign saying “We Beat Covid”, a man arrested for DUI at a convenience store claims his dog…

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Lauren Dougan of the USMC

Is anyone more proud of a new soldier, sailor, or Marine than their parents? Probably not, and that pride that a parent feels for their new troop supersedes the messy labels we put on step-parents and step-children, and in this case, it even blows right past ex-husbands and ex-wives. Today we salute Private Lauren Dougan…

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Breaking News: Charlie Daniels Passes Away

Country Music Legend Charlie Daniels has passed away at the age of 83. His doctors say the cause of death was a hemorrhagic stroke. Funeral arrangements will be announced in the coming days. He is survived by his wife, Hazel, and son Charlie Daniels Jr. Best know for his song “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” which topped the charts …

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #299 Friday 07/03/20

Can you Feel the Freedom? Here comes a Star Spangled Bull-Yah! And get ready for “Red White and Bull” starting at Noon, our Two Day All-Star Fantasy Concert only on 98.9 The Bull! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, one-third of inmates at San Quentin have Covid-19, a 72-year-old woman is gored by…

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Latest Coronavirus News

Scientists make breakthrough with UV-emitting gadgets that reportedly can kill coronavirus on contact

iStock/alvintus(PENNSYLVANIA) — Scientists at Penn State and the University of Minnesota say they’ve developed new tech that could lead to hand-held lights everyone can use to kill COVID-19.  Currently, UV light-emitting machines are employed destroy the virus and others like it. However, these are often bulky machines that suffer from a short battery life.  New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority has begun using these devices to disinfect subway …

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Study shows loneliness and depression in kids can linger even after COVID-19 lockdowns end

iStock/anamejia18(LONDON) — If you have young kids, you already know they’ve been missing school, baseball games and playdates thanks to COVID-19 lockdowns the world over.  However, new research from the University of Bath in England shows that their feelings of loneliness and depression can linger, even after restrictions are eased and life returns to normal. The scientists findings, just published in the Journal …

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Monkeys steal COVID-19 blood samples from lab in India

IndiaImages/iStock(UTTAR PRADESH, India) — Authorities in India say a troop of monkeys went bananas, attacking a medical official and stealing blood samples belonging to patients who had tested positive for COVID-19. The incident occurred on the Meerut Medical College campus in the Northern India state of Uttar Pradesh, where the medics had collected samples from three people suspected of being …

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US counts 21,000 new COVID-19 cases as protests erupt

iStock/ffikretow (NEW YORK) — COVID-19 cases in the U.S. jumped by 21,000 on Monday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.  Every state in the country reported new cases, including Washington D.C. and all U.S. territories. Most states are reopening their economy by allowing certain stores to resume operation and permitting dining in restaurants that meet social distancing guidelines.   However, with …

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