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Good News: It’s officially Spring!

With all the crazy in the world, one thing to cheer us all up is that spring is officially here; and it’s the earliest spring we’ve had in over 124 years! Not by much though. The first day of spring, also known as the spring equinox, normally falls on the 20th or 21st, but this year it falls on the …

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #223 Wednesday 03/18/20

It seems unfair to be dealing with Coronavirus and still scraping our windshields. Ryder thinks Fitz is overreacting by not letting his partying teens back in the house with his pregnant wife and we get calls from listeners who agree with Ryder. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a woman discovers her bar…

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Carl and Jacob Briels of the US Army

Today's Troop Salute is doing double duty as we salute two soldiers and two brothers. This salute was provided by a very proud and loving mother, a P1 by the name of Tracie Briels. Today we are saluting Carl Briels AND Jacob Briels, BOTH of the United States Army. Tracie says she always knew her…

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What Part Of Social Distancing Don’t You Understand?

Adam from Arlington is upset that his girlfriend Liz is being pretty cavalier about Coronavirus. He says while he admits he may be an overly cautious person, she is carrying on as if life were normal, going out and seeing friends and sometimes in rather crowded places. He says they both have big families in…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #222 Tuesday 03/17/20

The World’s Tallest Leprechaun wishes you a Happy St Patrick’s Day! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a Tik Tok “star” was shut down over a “Coronavirus Challenge” licking an airplane toilet seat, England is worried their sewage system can’t handle TP substitutes, Puyallup police ask criminals to simply stop committing crimes and…

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Latest Coronavirus News

President Trump says Americans returning to work can be tested “very soon”

BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images(WASHINGTON, D.C.) — As America’s economy slowly reopens following a country-wide lockdown due to COVID-19, President Donald Trump announced there is enough tests to allow states to reopen. During a Monday afternoon press conference, the president also touted an increase in testing and the development of new precautions to keep American workers safe on the job. When asked by …

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“Across the Way”: Jake Gyllenhaal sings about love in the age of quarantine

Photo by Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images for Palo Alto Networks(NEW YORK) — Oscar-nominated actor Jake Gyllenhaal has showed a different side of his talents, posting to Instagram a song about love in the days of lockdown called “Across the Way.” The lilting, piano-driven composition was created as a part of the of the annual 24 Hour Plays Project, which is dedicated to bringing “together creative communities to produce …

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John Krasinski’s ‘Some Good News’ performs its first wedding, and reunites ‘The Office’ cast, for newlywed fans

ABC/Heidi Gutman(LOS ANGELES) — Sunday’s latest installment of John Krasinski’s web show Some Good News featured the requisite bits of light news amid the COVID-19 pandemic, like dance parties and a cute little girl who’s sending encouraging letters to people.  But its stand-out segment was a wedding that featured nearly the entire cast of The Office coming together for a pair of the sitcom’s superfans. Sure, …

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Survey says the average American has made six new friends via quarantine virtual hang-outs

iStock/LeoPatrizi(LOS ANGELES) — When you’ve binged all you can, what’s left to do during lockdown? Apparently, Americans have been getting pretty handy making friends via virtual hang outs.  A poll of 2,000 Americans commissioned by Evite finds the average American has made six new friends as a result of attending virtual gatherings. The unscientific poll from the company also says …

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