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Ashley of the US Navy

Being in our military can be a tough job.  There are a lot of responsibilities on the shoulders of our service men and women. When you add the responsibilities and time required to be a parent AND a service member, then you’re talking about a real challenge. Today’s Troop Salute is for a Fearless Female…

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To YouTube Or Not YouTube

Matt from North Bend has written to Fitz about his wife Cassie and a disagreement they are having about their 15-year-old son. Matt says their son struggles in school and doesn’t really like it, but he wants him to finish high school and get some sort of future going, like trade school or another goal.…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #82 Tuesday 08/13/2019

It’s scary that it’s the 13th, but don’t worry - pumpkin spice will be back soon. First Call of the Day: Barry All-Day-Every-Day! What Are You Kidding Me!?: A man running from police jumped from a balcony onto a wasp nest. A Scottish groom was so drunk at his wedding that he had to be…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #81 Monday 08/12/2019

Is Drew the Pride of Burien or the Pride of Des Moines? We discuss; Drew will get back to us. First Caller of the Day: Andrew from SoDo is still recovering from Watershed a full week later. What Are You Kidding Me?!: A man saw a tree falling on a car and the audio of…

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Latest Coronavirus News

Elton John bands together with artists like Mariah Carey and Backstreet Boys for ‘iHeart Living Room Concert for America’

FOX(LOS ANGELES) — As America grapples with the rising COVID-19 pandemic, Elton John teamed up with an array of artists on Sunday night to “lift your spirits” for the first ever iHeart Living Room Concert for America that aired on Fox. The concert not only served as means to comfort those worried about the outbreak, but it also helped raise money for two critical charities: First …

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Move over toilet paper, there’s a new hot commodity in town — baby chicks

olli0815/iStock(NEW YORK) — Toilet paper isn’t the only item that people are hoarding during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Now they are buying up all the baby chicks.  “People are panic-buying chickens like they did toilet paper,” Tom Watkins, the vice president of Murray McMurray Hatchery in Iowa, told The New York Times.  According to the article, it’s normal for chick …

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James McAvoy donates over $340K for COVID-19 healthcare worker PPE

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic(LONDON) — Split star James McAvoy has donated over $340,000 to “Masks for NHS Heroes,” a crowdfunding campaign set up to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for doctors and hospital staff in London, England, according to The Guardian. The Scottish also actor posted a video message to his Instagram account, saying in part, “Money donated today will save lives…Help us …

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Coronavirus death toll in US surpasses 2,000

iStock/farosofa(NEW YORK) — As the global number of COVID-19 infections stand at 723,700 — with 34,018 reported deaths — as of Sunday, American health officials confirmed that the U.S. death toll has surpassed 2,000. On Sunday, it was reported that there have been 2,514 deaths in the country as the amount of cases rises to 143,025. In New York, the state reported that there …

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