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You Can Visit The International Space Station

We're still waiting on our flying cars but the world's first hotel in space is now open for business! Recently, NASA announced that starting in 2020, private citizens can visit the International Space Station (ISS)! However it isn't cheap! NASA estimates the cost of a round trip at $58 million, as...
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Tricks To Get The Kids Moving in The Morning

Parents know the most difficult challenge of the day is right at the beginning! Getting the kids up, fed, dressed and out the door on time is no easy feat. Packing up lunches, stuffing homework into backpacks and having shoes ready and waiting by the door are a few of the basics that most parents...
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Find Out Where To Vote With Help From Daryl Hall & John Oates

Unless you've taken advantage of early voting, Tuesday, November 6th is Election Day. If you are unfamiliar of where to go to cast your vote, Daryl Hall and John Oates want to help. Well, John Oates anyways. The band partnered with Twilio to create Getting Out the Voates, a Hall & Oates hotline...
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Jacksonville Gas Station Demanding People Not Use Microwaves To Warm Urine

Some rules really should need to be explained. Warming up a container of urine in a microwave used to fall under that category but it has become such a problem that a Jacksonville gas station has posted a sign, "don't microwave your pee" next to the machines. Parul Patel, owner of On the Fly...
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Jacksonville Gas Station Demanding People Not Use Microwaves To Warm Urine

Some rules really should need to be explained. Warming up a container of urine in a microwave used to fall under that category but it has become such a problem that a Jacksonville gas station has posted a sign, "don't microwave your pee" next to the machines. Parul Patel, owner of On the Fly...
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Ho! Ho! Ho!

Enjoy Christmas music every day through the big day on 98.5 KTK. Presented by Grins and Giggles Pediatric Dentistry!
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Stores Respond To Price Gouging During Hurricane Harvey

Tropical depression Hurricane Harvey continues to move up deep south towards Mississippi and Tennessee as Texas and Louisiana residents begin the cleanup. As communities and towns call out for help, calls to the Texas Attorney general are flooding in with hundreds of reports of price gouging...
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Credit Card Skimmer Activity Increasing

An alarming uptick in credit card skimmers has cause for concern, especially at pay-at-the-pump gas stations. According to the Gainesville Police Department, Florida is one of the top three states for credit card fraud and with the summer traveling season here, police are trying to keep up with a...
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Space Tourist Set To Flyby The Moon By Next Year

It's been 47 years but it appears we're heading back to the moon. Tech billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX program has been making significant progress in its Falcon rocket and Dragon crew capsule; most recently making a pefect lift-off and landing at Cape Canaveral. Now it appears the next phase of the...
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Crows Discovers Bag of Methamphetamine In Garbage Can

There's is one crow in western Australian that might want to contact a lawyer. Surveillance video from a gas station shows a crooked crow digging in the garbage can for an item. However instead of a half-eaten cheeseburger or potato chip bag, it turned out to be a baggie of methamphetamine. Police...
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