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Terminal Silent as Vietnam Veteran’s Remains Flown Home by Son

Late this morning, the remains of Vietnam Veteran Col. Roy Knight Jr were flown home by Knight’s son, a pilot who last saw his father when he was 5 years old – as he departed from the same airport in Texas in 1967.

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Minnesota Schools To Celebrate National Bike To School Day

You might be seeing more Treks, Schwinns, yes, even Huffy’s on your way to work Wednesday.

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Piano Player Sets World Altitude Record

What do you think of when you think of tall things?

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Hal, Knock Knock. Ladies In Charge!

For the first time in history, and just in time for Women’s History Month, not one but two women astronauts will walk in space. Lt. Col. Anne McClain and Electrical Engineer Christina Koch are scheduled to make the landmark walk March 29th when they step outside the International Space Station.  Both gals are pumped. It’s the first spacewalk for McClain and the first …

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No More Spring Ahead Fall Behind?

This just in from our nation’s capitol: Florida Senator Marco Rubio reintroduced a bill Wednesday that would make Daylight Saving Time permanent.  Year round.  From sea to shining sea.

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BREAKING NEWS: Jayme Closs Found ALIVE In Wisconsin

According to the Barron County Sheriff’s Department, Jayme Closs has been found alive.

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