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This Day In History – September 4

1781 Los Angeles, California was founded by Spanish settlers on this day The original name was El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora La Reina de Los Angeles de Porciuncula That means The Town of the Queen of Angels  1967 Gilligan's Island aired for the last time on CBS It ran for 98 shows 1981 George Strait's first [...]

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Vibrating bra claims to increase the size of a woman’s breasts in just seven days

A vibrating bra that can permanently increase the size of a woman’s breasts by one cup size is being tested in the US. The inventor claims the E bra enlarges breasts, makes them perkier and brings them closer together - in just seven days. He says he first came up with the design after his [...]

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K-State Advisory Issued for Possible Armed Suspect

From 1350KMAN.com: Kansas State University has issued a campus advisory with a possible armed suspect last seen on the south side of Manhattan campus. The individual is described as a light skinned black male wearing dirty white shirt and shorts. Campus residents are being advised to shelter in place until further information is provided. Officers [...]

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Miranda Lambert References Divorce During Loretta Lynn Tribute

Miranda Lambert referenced her recent divorce from Blake Shelton during a tribute to country legend Loretta Lynn, Tuesday night at the ACM Honors in Nashville. Watch Lambert belt out Lynn's "Rated X," the controversial 1973 track about divorce below (performance begins at 3:14) Read the full story here   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyab2Fxv4Dw    

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This Day In History – September 3

1954 The Lone Ranger was heard on radio for the final time after 2,956 episodes over a period of 21 years.  The Lone Ranger would make a GREAT movie!!  1995 Both new NFL expansion teams, the Carolina Panthers & Jacksonville Jaguars, lost their first games Carolina lost to Atlanta 23-20 (OT), and Jacksonville lost to [...]

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Violent baby names are on the rise in the U.S.

According to new data from nameberry.com, violent baby names are on the rise as Americans choose names like “Magnum,” “Shooter” and “Caliber”. Names inspired by knives, intimidating movie stars, tough girls and warriors have also spiked. The most popular of the macho monikers is “Gunner,” which 1,500 U.S. babies received last year. Gunner means “bold [...]

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This Day In History – September 2

1901 Theodore Roosevelt said his most famous quote today: "Speak softly and carry a big stick" Then-Vice President Roosevelt said this quote in a speech at the Minnesota State Fair 1969 NBC canceled Star Trek The show had debuted on September 8, 1966 1995 In Cleveland, OH, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and [...]

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Chris Young Shares New Album Details

Chris Young recently shared the album title and cover for his fifth studio album due out on November 13th! Young says that the lead single "I'm Comin Over" is a great introduction for his upcoming album and can't wait to share it with his fans. Chris will also be kicking off his I’m Comin’ Over [...]

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This Day In History – September 1

1972 America’s Bobby Fischer beat Russia’s Boris Spassky to become world chess champion The chess match took place in Reykjavik, Iceland 1985 The Titanic was found by Dr. Robert Ballard and Jean Louis Michel in a joint U.S. and French expedition The wreck site is located 963 miles northeast of New York and 453 miles [...]

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The Top Worst & Best Places to Live in America

There's a new website called RoadSnacks.net, and they're clearly not here to make friends.  Because they just released a list of the ten WORST places to live in America. The results are based on FBI statistics, with the criteria being things like unemployment rates, income versus cost of living, education spending, and crime rates.   [...]

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