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6:10 a.m. Boneheads In The News

The Seattle Times claims a man recently got naked at a security checkpoint at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. The man walked up to the checkpoint and was asked to remove his belt and shoes. He got completely naked before attempting to pass through a metal detector and body scanner. Security didn't allow the man to pass. First Responders took the man to an area hospital for an evaluation.

6:18 a.m. Story

Not all workers are lucky enough to get an expense account with their job, but those who do are apparently using it to their advantage. While most workers likely stick to using their account for actual business expenses, according to CFOs there are plenty of people who try to get reimbursed for things that really have nothing to do with their job.

A new Robert Half poll finds that 53% of CFOs have seen an increase in inappropriate expense report requests, and some are sharing the types of outrageous expenses people have tried to get through.

For example someone tried to get reimbursed for a trip to Italy, while another actually tried to get a company to pay their taxes. Others tried to get their company to reimburse them for things like childcare and pet sitting, while others put in for household items and apparently someone even tried to expense a Lamborghini.

Other outrageous things workers put on their expense reports include:

Bear rug
Pogo stick
Moving a horse trailer
Kids' clothing
Cat litter
Toys
Chandeliers
Tractor
Tree
Plunger
Bed bug removal
Chicken statue with a top hat
Yacht
Pearls
Motorcycle
Source: Robert Half

6:18 a.m.

6:30 a.m. Music Quiz

Monday Morning Mystery - END OF THE ROAD BOYZ II MEN 1992 NATHAN MORRIS EDDIE MURPHY BOYZ II MEN

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

6:55 a.m. Health Story

If you're the type to doze off at 9pm but be wide awake by 2am, we've got a trick that'll get your sleep back on track.

It's called the "no thinking" hack. Don't overthink it...it's really as simple as it sounds. Close your eyes, clear your mind and BAM...out like a light!

See you in the daylight!

Source: Pop Sugar

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

7:15 a.m. Story

A new survey by Groupon reveals that 70% of parents are stressed about their children's summer vacation and would be okay with sending their kids back to school after just a week off. Other findings:

- 40% of parents don't have anything planned for their kids for their summer vacation

- 52% of parents have a family bucket list of things they want to do with their children.

TOP 10 FAMILY BUCKET LIST ITEMS

1. Take a road trip

2. Teach them how to ride a bike

3. Go camping

4. Teach them how to cook/bake

5. Visit an amusement park or water park

6. VIsit National Parks

7. Go to Disney World/Land

8. Visit a zoo or aquarium to learn about animals

9. Travel abroad

10. Teach them how to play baseball

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

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

Here are this past weekend's box office results.

1. Toy Story 4 — $118 million (CINEMA SCOOP ... The movie topped the weekend box office with $118 million. The movie earned $238 million worldwide. It cost between $175 million and $200 million to produce)

2. Child’s Play — $14.1 million

3. Aladdin — $12.2 million

4. Men In Black International — $10.8 million

5. Secret Life of Pets 2 — $10.1 million

6. Rocketman — $5.7 million

7. John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum — $4.1 million

8. Godzilla: King of the Monsters— $3.7 million

9. Dark Phoenix — $3.6 million

10. Shaft — $3.6 million
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The Sun claims White Chocolate Coco Pops are selling out. Fans of the cereal are outraged because people are buying boxes at grocery stores before selling them on eBay for four to five times their shelf price.
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Fox News claims Steamboat Springs, Colorado received 20 inches of snow on Friday on the first day of Summer. A winter weather advisory was in effect until Sunday morning. The last time the city saw snow this late in the year was June 17, 1928. The heat index hit 108 in Southwest Florida on Sunday.
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WTSP claims police officers from Venice, Florida were recently spotted driving while wearing oven mitts. The Police Department addressed the oven mitts in a tweet that read, ''Yes, he is wearing an oven mitten. Don't judge! The heat index is supposed to hit 105 today and according to Ofc. Silva his steering wheel was a "billion degrees". Today is the first day of summer and it is sure feeling like it!''
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Business Insider claims SpaceX is launching its third Falcon Heavy Rocket today. The rocket is going to send 24 different satellites into orbit, one of which is carrying 152 capsules with human ashes. Families paid $5,000 a piece to send their loved one's remains into space.
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The Washington Post claims the Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug on Friday that is being called the 'female Viagra'. Vyleesi comes in a push pen. Women inject themselves 45 minutes before lovemaking. The synthetic hormone activates several brain receptors that increase sexual desire.
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The Technology Inquirer claims Netflix is experimenting with new ways for people to watch their programming. One of those ways is called the Rumble Pack were people's phones would vibrate during an explosion or action scene. Netflix says the phones would react much in the same way that video game controllers do when people are using them in combat video games
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A new Monopoly game features artificial intelligence that prevents players from cheating.

The Monopoly Voice Banking game doesn’t have cash or property cards. Instead, it has a voice-activated top hat in the middle of the board that keeps track of all transactions. Perfectly. Without mistakes. Or, cheating. (The Sun)
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The world's longest feather boa was recently unveiled in Times Square. It is 1.2 miles long, or four times the length of the Empire State Building. Over 100 drag queens held the boa while officials from the Guinness Book of World Records measured it. The boa is comprised of thousands of separate boas sewn together.
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CNN claims St Johns County, Florida sheriff's recently detained a tortoise for blocking traffic north of St. Augustine. The tortoise, known as "Gopherus Genus," was removed from the road by Deputy L. Fontenot
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Here’s another reminder not to judge a book by its cover. A total of 26 trains and around 12,000 passengers were hit with massive delays on the island of Kyushu in Japan… and it was all because of a rogue slug.

That’s right, the little slimy guy managed to squeeze himself into a control box and mess with the disconnector switch. After the blackout, rail crews discovered the electrocuted body of the slug when they investigated a highly-sealed disconnector switch on the Kagoshima Line.

If you’re wondering how a slug could have pulled off such a James Bond move, Professor Ryota Matsuo of Fukuoka Women’s University points out that slugs can compress their bodies into super narrow openings. This slug did just that, finding his way through some gap in the disconnector switch casing, and short-circuited the entire railway section.
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The Palm Beach Post claims Scamp the Tramp won the World's Ugliest Dog Contest on Friday in Petaluma, California. Yvonne Morones rescued the bug-eyed stray in 2014. He has dreadlocks and spends his days visiting school children and nursing homes. Yvonne and Scamp won $1,500 and the right to donate another $1,500 to an animal shelter.
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The Daily Mail claims rats and mice have invaded Buckingham Palace. A source tells the Daily Mail that the Queen of England has called in pest control specialists. ''Rats have been spotted around the outside of the kitchen areas which clearly isn't ideal. Staff in the lower quarters especially have become quite used to seeing little brown mice tearing along the ­corridors. There isn't a huge amount that can be done.''
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Jezebel.com claims a ranch in Fairbanks, Alaska is offering reindeer yoga classes. Class participants are given instructions on how to deal with the reindeer before putting down their mats and performing poses. Most of the reindeer spend their time scratching their heads while others lay down in between class participants and rest.
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Inside Edition claims Colorado firefighters recently used YouTube to rescue eight ducklings from a storm drain. The firefighters were able to pull four to safety before the other ducklings got scared and crawled deeper into the drain pipe. They played a YouTube video of a mama duck calling for her babies. The trapped ducks quickly came running and were rescued.
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Inside Edition claims Casme Carter recently got married in Destin, Florida with 34 bridesmaids. She and her fiance met during Thanksgiving before getting quickly engaged. Carter tells the TV show, “There are so many women I have met on the journey. Why not let them be part of my life? To be honest, it probably would have been more than. It probably would have been 50 ladies. A lot of them know my journey and know how much of a love bug I am. I wanted them to share this day with me.”
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The NY Post claims a man from Russia recently had a nail removed from his head. The man went to his doctor complaining of hearing loss and headaches. An x-ray revealed he had a construction dowel lodged in his brain. The man told his doctor that he must have been drunk when he injured himself. Doctors performed emergency surgery and removed the nail.
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A man from Pennsylvania is facing charges after a road rage incident. Michael McKendrick allegedly whipped out a knife, and eventually a gun, after following another driver into a Walmart parking lot – and get this, the other guy pulled out a weed wHacker to defend himself.
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Miami man Dorleans Philidor’s trial for burglary was delayed after he allegedly threw poo at the judge and yelled, “It’s protein! It’s good for you!” Once the trial started back up and the jurors arrived, Philidor ended up being acquitted for the burglary. It’s unclear if he faces charges for the courtroom attack.

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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