Matt Lauer and his ex-wife Annette Rogue have finally settled their multimillion dollar divorce. (https://pge.sx/2MGQe7x)
E.T. “The Extra Terrestrial” hit movie theaters this week in 1982.
Felicity Huffman appeared elated and in good spirits while attending her daughter’s high school graduation. (https://pge.sx/2Zp7ujj)
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Taco Bell announced that its bringing back Nacho Fries. They were removed from the menu back in April. The cheesy chow sells for $1.29 but they also have a super sized version called “Supreme Nacho Fries.”
Authorities are still investigating a helicopter crash that killed a pilot after it landed on a New York City Skyscraper. (https://bit.ly/31mHBSX)
Authorities in North Carolina have discovered a zombie snake that pretends to be dead and are urging the public NOT TO PICK THEM UP.
The U.S. Army announced that Brigadier General Laura Yeager will become the first woman to command an Infantry Division. (https://nyp.st/2WANc9D)
Space X is developing a point to point space travel program that would get people from New York to Shanghai in forty minutes. (https://cnb.cx/2R398nQ)
A new study found that changing your body’s inner clock from a “night owl” to an “early bird” can be done in less than three weeks. (https://bit.ly/2Kav4wC)
A new study claims that magic mushrooms could be the key to fighting depression. The government hasn’t formally okayed it yet.
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There are a ton of misspellings on the Stanley Cup. Winning the Stanley Cup is the ultimate goal for anyone in the National Hockey League. And if you do win it, you’ll have your name etched onto the trophy itself. Unfortunately, whoever is responsible for that task has committed plenty of errors over the years, including accidentally spelling the Toronto Maple Leafs as “TORONTO MAPLE LEAES” and the Boston Bruins as “BQSTQN BRUINS.” Hall of Fame goaltender Jacques Plante won the Stanley Cup for five consecutive years and his name is spelled differently each time, according to the NHL.
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Police are asking for the public's help to identify two people accused of stealing crab meat from a Pennsylvania grocery store by hiding it in their pants. Lower Allen Township police on Friday released images from a surveillance video at the Weis Markets. They said one of the men stole two packs of crab meat on June 2nd. The pair left the store together, and the other later returned one pack of crab meat for cash. Police said the pair returned two days later and did the same thing. They were seen leaving the parking lot in a white Ford pickup truck with a white cap. (https://bit.ly/2wMqOuv)
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