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6:10 a.m. Boneheads In The News

A gaggle of Ohio women are in hot water after they got a little too steamed over hot dogs and started a violent brawl at a gas station just outside Akron.

The squabble started after one woman helped herself to a self-serve weenie on display at the station's but decided not to pay for it. A bystander didn't relish the prospect of her getting away with that, so she tried to intervene -- leading the hungry suspect and four of her friends to start a beatdown.

When a male bystander tried to break up the fight, the women turned on him, hitting him with a trash can lid and the hose from a gas pump. The dog lover and her pals escaped but cops are looking to arrest them on charges of criminal damaging, assault, disorderly conduct by fighting and theft of a hotdog valued at $2.

6:18 a.m. Story

You’re in a monogamous, committed relationship. Maybe you’re dating, maybe already married…but if you’re living in the same place together, you know what a drag the chores are! Your man wants to take the kayaks out on the lake, but you have laundry to catch up on. Your lady really wants to see the latest rom com, but you need to mow the lawn. Chores takes away from the fun... and unfortunately, that sometimes means: intimacy falls off a cliff.

It’s really hard to experience desire, when you’re mentally bogged down with other concerns. Thinking about chores, the budget and your busy schedule is hard to put aside, but in order to have a healthy and fulfilling relationship, you need to. Here are some ways that you can do just that:

1. Have a moment of physical contact before you tackle the chores. It can be something as simple as a hug or kiss, or a hand squeeze as you pass by.

2. Offer to do the chore that your partner hates the most, so they feel loved and appreciated.

3. Suggest an activity that you both can do together after you finish the chores... kinda like a reward for the day’s work. This also ensures that you both set aside time for each other.

4. Show appreciation for the things you see your partner do; focus on their effort, not necessarily their results. Having sporadic eye contact and a quick moment of physical touch will help you to see the person instead of the task at hand.

While those household obligations are a drag and some days you just DON’T want to deal with any of it, realize that it's yet another way that you and your partner are taking care of each other. Nothing says love like providing an organized, clean and safe environment where your love will grow and flourish.

Source: Your Tango

6:18 a.m.

6:30 a.m. Music Quiz


One of the true success stories of modern times when Bill Gates and Paul Allen create the company Microsoft. The First of the new hobby computers are starting to appear including Altair 8800 and the battle for Video recorder standards of VHS and Betamax starts.

This is also the year the Vietnam war finally ends.

First disposable Razor, Jimmy Hoffa ex teamsters boss disappears, Suez Canal reopens, Dutch elm disease decimates Elm Trees in UK,

During May of 1975, electronics manufacturer Sony released their Betamax video cassette recording system for sale in Japan.

One of the very first blockbuster films, Jaws, is released during June
Popular Films

The Towering Inferno
Young Frankenstein
The Godfather Part II
Funny Lady
Murder on the Orient Express
The Return of the Pink Panther
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Popular TV Programmes

The Six Million Dollar Man
The Jeffersons
All in the Family
Good Times
The Carol Burnett Show

6:40 a.m. Weather Wakeup/Northern Broadcasting Weather

6:55 a.m. Health Story

A recent study out of Ohio State University found that reading five books a day to your kids exposes them to about 1.4 million more words by the time they enter kindergarten than kids who were not read to. (Ohio State University)

6:56 a.m. Hospital Happenings/ABC World News/Local News

7:15 a.m. Story

Favorite Easter Basket Item

Candy (40%)

Activity items- crayons, movie passes, book (20%)

Plastic eggs with prizes (17%)

Money (14%)

Toys (7%)
Easter is jelly bean time … Can you guess the most popular jelly bean flavor in America? Believe it or not, according to a survey by CandyStore.com, it’s buttered popcorn flavor. Here are the Top 5:

Buttered popcorn
Black licorice

7:15 a.m. Lunch Menus/Valley Happenings

7:30 a.m. Tim's News You Can't Use

Metro UK claims Godiva has created a $13,000 Easter egg for Easter. The 143-pound egg took 200 hours to make. It was hand decorated by three chocolatiers and sits on its own special pedestal. The dark chocolate egg has Godiva's signature gold "G" at the top of it
Emirates 24/7 says Cadbury has created an 83 pound Easter egg. The 2.5-foot egg is the equivalent of 844 candy bars. The egg's outer shell is four centimeters thick. The egg is currently on display at Cadbury World in England.
Anyone who’s had a S’more knows that chocolate and marshmallows go great together, and now you won’t have to wait for a campfire to enjoy those tastes together. Stuffed Puffs is introducing a new chocolate stuffed marshmallow, which means now you’ll need one less ingredient to make that S’more. This delicious combo is set to hit Walmart shelves starting April 28th
Candystore.com recently asked 23,000 people to name their favorite and least favorite Easter candies. Here is what they found ...

The TEN WORST Easter Candies

10. Fluffy Stuff Cotton Candy Tails

9. Jordan Almonds

8. Hershey’s Kisses Carrot Cake Flavor

7. Chocolate Crosses

6. Jelly Beans (Generic)

5. Chocolate Bunnies (Solid)

4. Chicks & Rabbits Marshmallow Candy

3. Peeps Easter Candy

2. Bunny Corn / Easter Candy Corn

1. Cadbury Creme Eggs

The TEN BEST Easter Candies

10. Sour Patch Easter Bunnies

9. Skittles-Filled Easter Eggs

8. Foil-Wrapped Chocolate Eggs

7. Jelly Beans (Gourmet / Naturally-Flavored)

6. Kinder Joy Eggs Candy

5. Robins Eggs from Whoppers

4. Lindt Chocolate Carrots

3. Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs

2. Chocolate Bunnies (Hollow)

1. Cadbury Mini Eggs
The Mirror claims a family from Russia recently received the shock of their lives after their dog returned from the dead. The 18-year-old was buried after his owners discovered him motionless. They presumed he was dead. The dog woke up shortly after his funeral and clawed his way out of the shallow grave. He was taken to a nearby shelter after he was discovered wandering on the side of the road. The dog was later reunited with his owners.

Social media users are comparing the shocking story to the Stephen King novel and film, "Pet Sematary."
The universe works in mysterious ways. A 37-year-old guy in Texas named Walter Gordy was diagnosed with lymphoma about five years ago and beat it. He's now cancer free. Then after his diagnosis, he wanted to see if he was predisposed to any other illnesses. So he took a DNA test through 23andMe. Meanwhile, a good friend of his named Mark Tolson also signed up for 23andMe and after being friends for 12 years, they found out they're actually related. Both of them were raised by single mothers who did artificial insemination and it turns out they chose the same donor. So Mark and Walter have the same dad. Walter recently got a phone call and thought Mark was inviting him to a party or something. But he was really calling to tell him they were half-brothers, which was a big deal because neither of them had siblings. It turns out their moms know each other too. They've been singing in the same church choir for over a decade.
Here's what not to do when your wife's in labor. A man in the U.K. got online this week while his wife was giving birth to complain about the hospital wasn't catering to his needs.

He'd been hanging out in the waiting area while his wife was in the delivery room and he was angry that after 12 hours, no one had even offered him a beverage. Adding that it made him feel "invisible."

He posted the comment on a site called "The Dad's Net," and titled his post, "Second Class Citizens." Then he asked other dads if they felt the same way. A few guys were somewhat understanding. But everyone else basically told him he's an idiot and agreed his level of comfort shouldn't have been his main priority.

One guy called it an "unprecedented" level of selfishness while others said he should have sucked it up, and found a vending machine or been in there helping his wife.
CBS claims the Wauwatosa, Wisconsin police recently arrested Fonzie. Officers stopped Mark Frank before he told them he was named after Henry Winkler's Happy Days character. He ran when officers asked him to step out of his minivan. Cops and a Good Samaritan chased Frank into a backyard where they found him hiding behind a hot tub. He was charged with attempting to flee and a DUI
The Huffington Post claims the Dunedin, Florida police are looking for a man, who recently robbed a Little League concession stand while wearing nothing, but a ball cap and gloves. Surveillance cameras caught the burglar stealing $250 from a cash box. He caused $5,000 worth of damage
The Times Union newspaper claims a dancing man recently ripped-off a Rotterdam, New York Walmart. The dancer and his friend entered the store before purchasing three laptop computers. The dancer distracted a cashier as he was counting money. His friend told the cashier that he overpaid and asked for his money back. He then placed some of it in his pocket before giving the rest back to the clerk. The cashier didn't count the money again and placed it into the register before store managers determined that the Dancing Bandit helped rob them of $2,000. Cops have released surveillance video in hopes someone will recognize the dancer

7:45 a.m. Birthday Show

7:50 a.m. Montana Trivia/Science Faction/Local Sports

8:10 a.m. Story

8:12 a.m. ABC News/Northern Broadcasting Montana News/Obituaries/Pressing On

8:40 a.m. Tradeo

9:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

9:30 a.m. Doggone Show

9:50 a.m. Job Hunt

10:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

10:50 a.m. Hi-Line Highlights

11:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather


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