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  • Paula Broadwell Regrets Damage of Affair with Petraeus, Friend Says

    Paula Broadwell Regrets Damage of Affair with Petraeus, Friend Says

    (WASHINGTON) — A family friend of Paula Broadwell, the author who carried on an affair with former CIA Director David Petraeus, tells ABC News that Broadwell “deeply regrets the damage that’s been done to her family” from the dalliance. The person close to Broadwell also told ABC News Sunday night that Broadwell is devastated by the fallout, which led to Petraeus’ resignation from the CIA.  The friend spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly. Broadwell, her husband, Scott, and their two young sons, drove back to their home in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, according […]

  • Holiday Travel: What 43 Million Americans Can Expect

    Holiday Travel: What 43 Million Americans Can Expect

    (NEW YORK) — As 43 million Americans prepare to travel for Thanksgiving this week, some will have to brave snow, wind and heavy rain as they trek to their holiday destinations. Bad weather will cause a rough start for some travelers expected to be on the move this week, 90 percent of whom will be travelling in cars.  Snow is forecast for mountain passes in Washington state by Thanksgiving, and heavy flooding in Northern California is already creating dangerous road conditions in the West. A closed vortex will drop over the Northeast Pacific and move slowly southward, bringing in the […]

  • Dolphins Found Shot, Mutilated in Gulf of Mexico

    Dolphins Found Shot, Mutilated in Gulf of Mexico

    (NEW YORK) — Authorities are investigating a string of attacks on dolphins along the Gulf Coast after some of the marine mammals were found with gunshot wounds and mutilations. “We responded to one dolphin from Alabama that had its tail cut off,” said Dr. Moby Solangi, of the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies.  “We responded to a dolphin this morning from Ship Island that had its lower jaw cut off.  In the last week, we had a dolphin with a bullet hole in it.” In response, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has asked officials to be on alert for […]

  • Public Nudity Ban Considered in San Francisco

    Public Nudity Ban Considered in San Francisco

    (SAN FRANCISCO) — San Franciscans may be forced to wear clothes outside of their homes and some nude activists aren’t pleased. City lawmakers are scheduled to vote Tuesday on an ordinance that, if passed, would make it illegal for anyone over the age of 5 to expose their genitals in public.  Exemptions will be made for parades and festivals held under a city permit, according to the ordinance. A group of activists filed a federal lawsuit against the city last Wednesday, asking that a judge issue a temporary restraining order to stop the vote on Tuesday and provide the court […]

  • A swearing in ceremony at the Commissioner’s meeting Monday

    SANFORD–Prior to bidding farewell to three county commissioners, the board will hold a swearing in ceremony for Commissioner Charlie Parks into the Marine Corps League.  In other business a new Tax Administrator will be sworn in. The meeting will begin at 2 PM instead of the regular 3 pm schedule. More local news can be heard Monday through Friday on WWGP 1050 and Classic Hits & Oldies.