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Fitz in the Morning Episode #305 Monday 07/13/20

Fitz feels bad that some good women named Karen have all been lumped together with the bad ones so he’s reaching out to ask all you sweet Karens, or people who know a sweet Karen, to call in. In the What Are You Kidding me stories, Bill Nye posts videos on TikTok showing the effectiveness…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #304 Friday 07/10/20

We all have fabulous hair up in here today and it’s just in time for a Friday Bull-Yah! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a French bulldog is going viral for his demonic growl, Popeye’s Chicken tweets “Pizza” leading to speculation they are selling it, Barbados is offering year visas for people who…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #303 Thursday 07/09/20

Fitz’ dog Suzie Lou took him on an epic potty journey this morning – did she want to spend more time with Daddy or was she running away? In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, the internet debates whether a woman can wear a sexy red dress to someone’s wedding, a man whose roommate…

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Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?

Eve from Federal Way has asked us for help with her boyfriend Derek who she says is chronically late. She says she feels disrespected because he is especially late to things that are important to her, but is usually on time, or even early, for things that are important to him. Her examples include him…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #302 Weds 07/08/20

Drew is super proud of his faux finish project in his new Monroe home, creating “stone” where there was none before! Fitz says Ryder should consult Big Beef Doppler before he gets dressed. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, the most Country Music Baby ever was born on the 4th of July on…

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Garrett Lee Brodersen US Army National Guard

Serving in the military is a choice that every American gets to make for themselves. Some people join alone, others join with friends, and some join to follow a tradition. Today's Troop Salute is for a soldier that joined to follow a family tradition of service. Today we are saluting Garrett Lee Brodersen of the…

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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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