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Snow Globes Soon To Be Allowed On Airplanes

Snow globes will soon fall off the Transportation Security Administration's list of forbidden carry-on items. Currently, snow globes are prohibited from being brought through security as a carry-on item. Instead, any flier wishing to fly with a snow globe must put it in his or her checked luggage – or buy one from a post-security airport retailer. Snow Globes?

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EXCLUSIVE: Interview With Duluth Mayor Don Ness, Details On State Of Emergency, What To Do Next, How To Get Involved

I had the pleasure of Talking with Duluth Mayor Don Ness, He was kind enough to call into the morning show and talk about the state of Duluth on Thursday.  I just want to personally thank the Mayor, he could have said he was too busy and I would have understood, but he made the time to call in and talk.

Listen to the interview below;

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Online Registration Now Available for Runner Tracking Service at Grandma’s Marathon

If you’re looking to keep track of your favorite runners during Grandma’s Marathon weekend, the Runner Tracking Service is a great solution. It allows you to put in the runners name(s) and get emails or text on how they are doing.

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Obama Is Spying On You

He knows who your mother is - and who she voted for in the last election.  The Obama campaign is mining through the digital world to find out information about you in unprecedented ways, in an effort to win the White House in November

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Food Service Employees Not Treated Well – As Washington Cites Job Growth In That Sector

Washington Insiders continue to boast about how well the economy is doing;  One of the service areas that gets trumpeted as seeing growth is the restaurant and food industry.  And while it's true that there has been some growth there over the last few years, it comes at a price.

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Source: US Army via flickr
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Scientists Still Find D-Day Remnants In The Sand 68 Years Later

My son and I like to visit a nondescript river landing in the Northland to search for "pull tops" -- you know, those peel away sharp pieces of metal that used to seal soda and beer cans until they were discontinued in the late 1970's due to safety concerns

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Source: Adam Zombie via flickr from an original picture sent by Twitter
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No Topic Off Limits In Meghan McCain’s New Book

Whether you agree with her politics (or her fathers', for that matter) - you have to hand it to Meghan McCain:  She truly says what she means and doesn't mince words.   In a world filled with politicians and celebrities that fashion their words and actions to please their desired target, McCain has made a career out of doing just the opposite.  Open, frank, and brash (but in a good way) - she makes no apologies for her opinions.

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Is This How We Move Forward? Unemployment Numbers Jump Again

8.2%.  That's the newest unemployment number;  Up - again - from last quarter.  At the same time, GDP growth also slowed - from 3% to 1.9% - signs that our economy if far from being in a good spot.

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22-Year-Old Man Becomes First Paraplegic to Graduate from US Naval Academy

Kevin Hillery, a 22-year-old man who was paralyzed last year after a tree fell on him, made history yesterday when he became the first-ever paraplegic to graduate from the United States Naval Academy. Way to go, Kevin!

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Man Robbed While Passed Out On Sidewalk [VIDEO]

A 38-year-old man is seen on video passed out on a sidewalk as bar patrons circle like a pack of wolves and literally steal everything from him.

 

Unbelievable.

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Thousands In Taxpayer Dollars Paying For Empty Airline Seats

A new investigation shows the government spends thousands of taxpayer's dollars paying for empty airline seats. The money is being spent on Essential Air Service program which started in 1978 -- when the government was worried the larger airlines would abandon smaller airports.

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Catholic Leaders Sue Obama For Religious Freedoms

U.S. Catholic leaders have filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration over the expected loss of their religious freedoms - in regards to the health care mandates.  Forty one Catholic organizations - including diocesan-level rank and file to Catholic schools and hospitals - have filed the suit to uphold their First Amendment rights.

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