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Netflix Is Using a Fake New Year’s Eve Countdown to Trick Kids

Children have a tendency to fall asleep on New Year’s Eve way before midnight. Most will make an attempt to ring in 2015, but they can’t hang because—as we all know—they lack the necessary dedication. Netflix has a solution: parents can now savor the last moments of 2014 in drunken peace. The company is offering a countdown of its own …

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“Screech” from Saved By The Bell, Charged with Felony!!!!!

PORT WASHINGTON, Wis. (AP) — Dustin Diamond, the actor who played Screech in the 1990s television show “Saved by the Bell,” appeared in a Wisconsin courtroom Monday after posting bail on charges that he stabbed a man during a bar fight on Christmas. Diamond, who spent the weekend in jail, posted $10,000 bail before his hearing in Ozaukee County Circuit …

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Toliet Paper Links Man to Heist?

UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Police say they matched a would-be pizza shop robber to a roll of toilet paper in his Pennsylvania home. Uniontown police say 29-year-old Eric Frey tried to rob Michael Maria’s Pizza on Saturday by handing an employee a note written on toilet paper that read: “I have a gun. Give me $300.” Police arrived before Frey …

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Here are the top 100 songs played on The Pulse in 2014!

2014 was an incredible year for music. Each month saw a flood of new singles and albums from a wide array of artists. We played the songs our listeners requested all year round. Now, we’re counting down the top songs we played in 2014. On December 25th from 6 a.m. – January 5th 6 a.m., we’ll be airing the top 100 …

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Super Saturday Shopping will be best Ever!

As the saying goes, it’s not over until the cows come home. With five days left until Christmas on this Super Saturday, the cows won’t be coming home until all of their holiday shopping is complete. Analytics firm ShopperTrak predicts that the deals available and shoppers still looking for bargains will boost Super Saturday to become the biggest day of …

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EVIT Gives Students Skills for Life

The skills Danielle Panessa learned at the East Valley Institute of Technology have been the gift that keeps giving. In her last two years at Mesa’s Red Mountain High School, Danielle was also enrolled in the Human Anatomy & Physiology for Medical Careers program and Nursing Assistant program at EVIT. In 2011, she passed her state certified nursing assistant exams …

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Border Patrol: Now Seeking Women

Currently there are 21,000 U.S. Border Patrol agents, of which only a mere 5% are women. This statistic is a sinister reflection of the imbalance between men and women in professional fields here in the United States. Recognizing this imbalance, the Border Patrol agency has enacted a 10 day recruiting period exclusively aimed at women. The agency states that they …

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