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  • Dallas Airport Terminal Reopened After Bomb Threat Report

    Dallas Airport Terminal Reopened After Bomb Threat Report

    (DALLAS) — Dallas-Fort Worth Airport’s Terminal A has been reopened after a threat was called in for an arriving American Airlines plane Wednesday night. The incoming plane was American Airlines Flight 1072 from Austin, ABC News affiliate WFAA reported. The plane arrived at 7 p.m. and passengers left the aircraft safely, the station reported. The areas around gates A19 and A20 were cleared and A21’s security checkpoint was shut down briefly, authorities said. The plane was moved to another part of the airport. Authorities told WFAA that the, “threat was cleared around 9:30 p.m. after a sweep of the plane.” […]

  • Hero Kids Saved Lives at Sikh Temple Massacre

    Hero Kids Saved Lives at Sikh Temple Massacre

    (OAK CREEK, Wis.) — They were among the youngest at the Sikh temple near Milwaukee that deadly Sunday — and some of the bravest. Amanat Singh, 9, and her brother, Abhay Singh, 11, were playing outside when they heard gunshots that sounded like fireworks. It was the start of the incident that eventually claimed six lives before the gunman, Wade Michael Page, shot himself. “We saw a guy,” Amanat said. “He got out of a cab and he fast-walked and hit two people who were getting into their car.” The children didn’t hesitate. They ran into the temple to sound […]

  • Houston Massage Therapist Indicted for Alleged Sexual Assault

    Houston Massage Therapist Indicted for Alleged Sexual Assault

    (HOUSTON) — After two Texas women accused him of sexual assault, Cody Wayne Lewis, a massage therapist at a popular spa chain, has been indicted. The company, Massage Envy, now says that the spa he worked for did not follow a policy that could have prevented the second incident. Lewis, 40, was an employee of a Massage Envy franchise in Magnolia, Texas when Kellie Armstrong — a mother of two — accused him of sexual assault in May 2011. “He had started massaging the inner part of my thigh. Most massage therapists don’t do that,” Armstrong told ABC’s Houston affiliate […]

  • Alaska Air Scare Due to Mechanical Malfunction

    Alaska Air Scare Due to Mechanical Malfunction

    (SEATTLE) — Passengers flying from Ontario, Calif., to Seattle Wednesday said a chorus of angry infants was their first clue of a problem aboard Alaska Airlines flight 539. “All the babies were crying at the same time,” said passenger Roslyn Richardson, who was flying with her husband and 20-month-old son. Fliers said their ears also started popping as the 737, carrying 131 passengers and five crew members momentarily lost cabin pressurization. “My ears about blew up on me,” said Dick Peck. “We’re halfway from Ontario to here and we’re up to our max altitude and … my ears started hurting. […]

  • Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Get a Shock from Brad Paisley’s Book "Diary of a Player"

    Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Get a Shock from Brad Paisley’s Book "Diary of a Player"

    Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘s announcement event for their upcoming Las Vegas show was moderated by David Wild, the same guy who co-wrote the book Diary of a Player with Brad Paisley.  David apparently took along a copy of Brad’s book to pass along to Tim and Faith, and he tweeted a picture of Faith reading the book with her hand over her mouth feigning shock. David’s caption read, “@FaithHill is clearly enjoying the book.” Brad tweeted back saying, “Tell her to read it to Tim, its above his reading level.” Diary of a Player is now available in paperback. […]

  • A black bear cub, chased up a tree, did not leave his post during the storm

    SANFORD–The black bear cub that was chased up a tree by a dog Wednesday morning, remained in the tree on Lee Avenue during a heavy thunderstorm that brought heavy rain, lightning, thunder and flooding to the area.  Police were keeping an eye on the bear.  They said he probably wouldn’t come down during the evidence of spectators. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits & Oldies.

  • An August Thunderstorm caused power outages, fallen trees and flooded streets

    SANFORD–Over 3,000 residents across the city were without power following a thunderstorm Wednesday evening that began shortly after 5 pm.  Heavy rain was followed by high wind, thunder and lightning.  The storm knocked out electrical power, phone and internet service, and resulted in fallen trees, power lines and flooding.  Progress Energy employees worked throughout the evening to restore power.  It was anticipated that all power would be restored by 10 pm. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits & Oldies.