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Fitz in the Morning Episode #206 Monday 02/24/20

Fitz and Drew had an incredible weekend in Nashville as Garth Brooks came to honor Bob Kingsley and hand the reins of CT 40 to Fitz. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a woman called 911 saying she’d been shot when she had a bug bite, a woman stabbed her boyfriend who is…

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She’s Not Bad She’s Just Drawn That Way

Today we meet Single Guy Robert from Tacoma. He works at the Port of Tacoma and enjoys meeting new people; he is looking forward to finding a good time this weekend and meeting a nice new woman. We introduce him to City Girl Monica, who is also from Tacoma, and Country Girl Whitney who is…

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Dylan Thompson of the USMC

Some of proudest Troop Salutes come from moms and the dads who are always so happy that their son or daughter has found their calling, and stepped up to serve. But I also really love the salute submissions that I receive from siblings. I think there's something special in a salute from a troop's brother…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #205 Friday 02/21/20

We are all oddly obsessed with glow sticks this morning, so let’s have us a DJ Tony Schwartz Bull Yah Rave! In the What Are You Kidding Me Stories, a survey show people think “laundry” is an effective form of exercise and wear a fit bit while doing it, a mom of four took down…

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Latest Coronavirus News

US overtakes the world as the country with most COVID-19 cases

iStock/Unimagic(NEW YORK) — It’s official, there are more cases of COVID-19 in the United States of America than any country in the entire world.  With global cases topping 529,591 and the worldwide death toll surpassing 23,970, the only continent that has yet to report a case or death is Antarctica. As for total amount of recoveries, the number stands worldwide …

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Altered taste and smell may be attributed to COVID-19

Tero Vesalainen/iStock(NEW YORK) — As Americans look up possible symptoms of COVID-19 to see if they qualify for a test, a new theory that the virus affects one’s taste and smell has been floated by the American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. In a statement, the group says the alteration of taste and smell — medically known as dysgeusia …

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James Van Der Beek and family in the Christmas (PJs) spirit while self-isolating

ABC/Jeff Niera(LOS ANGELES) — For many, thinking of the holidays gives them the warm fuzzy feeling that we’re sorely needing nowadays.   Some have even re-strung their Christmas lights to feel it.  But for James Van Der Beek and his family, they’re wearing that warm fuzzy feeling, in the form of matching Christmas pajamas they’re sporting while social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “Have …

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Hilarious “talking” dog shares advice for humans amid coronavirus pandemic

Shnauzer stock image; DesignSensation/iStock(NEW YORK) — Need suggestions on how to get through the COVID-19 pandemic? Look no further, Pluto the “talking” Schnauzer is here.  “I’m getting the feeling that there’s a time of crisis for the two-legged,” the adorable furry pup says in a video posted to Facebook. “I thought I could share some perspectives from the four-legged and …

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