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Disney World Plans to Open One Water Park in March 2021

Walt Disney World is hoping 2021 will be the year they finally reopen their water parks.The Orlando resort revealed tentative plans for a spring 2021 reopening pending government approval. Read the full story.
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Florida Bar Bans Face Masks Inside: 'We Do Not Believe in Them'

A Florida bar is scoring big business after introducing a new rule that bans face masks inside. The owner said anyone who wears a face mask inside will be thrown out of his bar. Read the full story.
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A Surge in Online Shopping for the Holidays Is Already On

A new study shows holiday shopping will a lot different this year. Ted Rossman with CreditCards.com says 71% of holiday shoppers plan to buy most stuff online.
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WATCH: Ducklings Scamper Single File in ‘Quacktastic’ March Outside Police Station

Video shared by the Cedar Park Police Department on Tuesday showed two adult ducks and 16 ducklings scampering down the street. See the adorable clip on RADIO.COM.
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‘It Looked Like a Chicken Breast’: Man Finds Brain on Beach

A construction worker in Wisconsin found an interesting package during a stroll on the beach. And based on reactions of authorities that he showed it to, you don’t have to be a brainiac to figure out what it is.
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'Elf' Star James Caan Reveals Why There Has Never Been a Sequel to the Christmas Classic

James Caan appeared on 92.3 The Fan’s Bull & Fox and opened up about the alleged behind-the-scenes drama that has stalled the prospects of ever seeing a sequel to the 2003 holiday classic “Elf.” Read more here!
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I'm Listening: Dr. Michael Lindsay Sees an Increase in Childhood Anxiety During COVID and Social Unrest

Dr. Michael Lindsey joins us this year on our special 2-hour I’m Listening broadcast to offer his insight into child and adolescent mental health in the age of COVID and social unrest.
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COVID-19 Calculator Quantifies Your Risk of Getting Sick From Different Activities

A group of volunteers in San Francisco has developed a tool to help you determine the relative risk of your behavior and various activities amid COVID.
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'Melrose Place' Star Amy Locane Resentenced to 8 Years in Prison for Fatal 2010 DWI

Former Melrose Place’ actress Amy Locane was resentenced to eight years for the fatal 2010 drunk driving accident that took the life of 60-year-old Helene Seeman and severely injured her husband. Read the full story.
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Dad Defends Son, 11, Wearing Hooters Mask to School: ‘We Go There as a Family’

It’s a mask the whole family can enjoy. A Florida father defended his fifth-grade son wearing a Hooters mask to school after the face covering was declared ‘offensive’ by his principal.
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