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Today is Thursday, September 3rd 2015.

5:55 Northern Ag Montana News/ABC World News
6:10 Boneheads in the news: A Chicago man recently lost out on a job after sending an HR director two nude selfies. The 23 year-old had just been hired when he Emailed the pictures to the human resources manager. The company called the police. The man admitted to sending the photographs and said they were meant for someone else.

The company rescinded their job offer.

6:20 ABC Sports Not many kids know exactly what they want to do with their life when they first enter college, but if they have dreams of being entrepreneurs, they may want to consider what schools to go to that will best make that happen. And thanks to a new report, the now know where to apply.
AffordableSchools.net has come out with their rankings of the 50 Most Entrepreneurial Schools in America, looking at each college based on their graduate computer science program, their MBA program, the average earnings of graduates, and the school’s area ranking for entrepreneurial activity.
Coming in at number one is Stanford University in California, because it has both a top five ranked graduate computer science program and a top five ranked MBA program. In addition, it is located in the coveted Silicon Valley, the fourth best metro area for entrepreneurial endeavors according to the Kauffman index.
The number two school is also on the west coast, University of California, Berkeley, whose graduates are the 22nd highest earning graduates of American universities according to Payscale.
Schools rounding out the Top Five include: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, California Institute of Technology and Harvard University.
6:30 ONE-HIT WONDER: DEAD SKUNK LOUDON WAINWRIGHT III 1973
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6:40 Weather Wake-Up/Northern Ag Weather
6:55 A new study by UC San Francisco and the University of Pittsburgh reveals that insufficient sleep increases the chances of getting sick. Researchers studied the sleep habits of 164 adults over two months and found that people, who slept less than six hours a night were 4.2 times more likely to catch a cold than those, who got more than seven hours of sleep per night. People, who slept less than five hours per night were 4.5 times more likely to catch a cold.
Professor Aric Prather tells Medical Xpress: "Sleep goes beyond all the other factors that were measured. It didn't matter how old people were, their stress levels, their race, education or income. It didn't matter if they were a smoker. With all those things taken into account, statistically sleep still carried the day and was an overwhelmingly strong predictor for susceptibility to the cold virus."
6:57 Hospital Happenings/
7:00 ABC World News/Local News
7:15 EliteSingles recently asked 1,500 singles to name their biggest turn-ons and turn-offs
biggest turn-offs according to men
1) Motivational notes everywhere
2) Stuffed animals
3) Too many cosmetics
biggest turn-offs according to women
1) Empty-looking apartment
2) Video game console
3) Ugly colors
top items that impress a date
1. Well-equipped kitchen
2. Family pictures
3. Artworks
4. Well-stocked bookshelves
5. Pets
6. Travel paraphernalia
7. Musical instruments
8. Designer furniture
9. Vintage furniture
10. Handmade items
7:18 Lunch Menus
7:20 Valley Happenings
7:30 Tim's News You Can't Use A woman was recently using a porta potty at a festival in Cornwall, England when a forklift operator picked up the toilet and transported it to the other side of the fairgrounds.

Organizers of the festival tell the BBC that the woman was not injured. "She got in the loo and then it was picked up and taken to the other side of the harbor with her in it. I think she was suffering from a bit of shock or she thought she had teleported across to the other side of the harbor"
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The Charlotte Observer claims the North Carolina lottery is going to start selling lottery tickets that smell like BBQ. The $2 scratch-and-sniff tickets pay a maximum of $25,000
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The Chicago Tribune claims 7-Eleven has teamed with Door Dash to offer delivery service in certain cities. The paper claims the companies are offering a $20 "Date Night Pack" that includes Ben & Jerry's chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, a Hershey's bar, a Red Bull energy drink, Trident gum and Trojan condoms.

The $15 "Hangover Pack" includes extra-strength acetaminophen, Gatorade, a large pepperoni pizza, and a smoked turkey sandwich.
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NEW YORK (AP) — If you're one of those people who hates missing the end of breakfast hours at McDonald's, hang on just a little longer: the chain says its breakfast menu will be available all day starting Oct. 6.

Items like Egg McMuffins, hotcakes, sausage burritos, fruit 'n yogurt parfaits, hash browns and biscuits will be available anytime, although the exact menu will vary in different markets.

The company said core items like the Big Mac, McNuggets and fries won't change. Other items may change on a regional basis depending on what customers like.

The Oak Brook, Illinois-based company has been testing an all-day breakfast menu in San Diego for months. It has been looking for a way to boost its slumping sales.
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A baby was born on Monday in the back of an Uber car in New York City. The new mother was trying to get to the hospital. The Uber car was stuck in rush hour traffic when the woman went into labor. The Uber driver flagged down two officers. The Port Authority cops helped deliver the child just outside the Lincoln Tunnel.
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WJBK claims a Wyandotte, Michigan 16 year-old recently tricked her family and friends into believing she was pregnant with triplets. She purchased a $149 fake baby bump from FakeABaby.com before accepting thousands of dollars worth of gifts from well wishers.

The girl's boyfriend tells the station that even he was duped. "I was excited, don't get me wrong, but I was scared. I started looking for jobs the best I could. I was ready to donate all my time."

The girl's family became suspicious because no one had been to the doctor with her.A Facebook friend claimed her ultrasounds were fake. The teen eventually told her family and the police that she lost the babies at six weeks. The gifts are being returned.
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Portland, Oregon resident Ted Nelson is being hailed as a hero for saving a dog's life. A 5-year-old Bichon Frise named Mordy climbed out onto his owner's balcony before falling 14 stories.

Ted tells KGW that he caught the dog. “I just looked out my window at my apartment across the street. There was a dog that had ended up climbing through the railing on its balcony, and it was perched on this little ledge. Eventually it slipped. I just looked up at it and it was looking at me and it landed right in my chest… caught it for a minute, kind of fell, it did hit the ground. It let out a yelp but it was a huge relief to hear it yelp.''

Mordy is ok.
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The Stuart, Florida police recently arrested Scott Shypula after he passed out in a KFC drive-thru. When he woke up he tried to drive off and dragged an officer with him. Cops found several cans of compressed air in Scott's car. He was most likely huffing. The officer is recovering.
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Concerned citizens in Oakland, California contacted police after they spotted a baby left in a hot car. Or at least what they thought was a baby. When emergency services arrived, they also thought it was a baby and smashed a window in to rescue it. Turns out, however, it was a realistic looking DOLL - you know, those creepy little things no one can figure out the reason for? Now, who's stupider: all the people that thought the baby was real or the person who decides to put a realistic looking baby doll in a car seat? Online buzz is that it's a common 'trick' for drivers who are looking to outsmart "carpool" lanes. Source: ABC News
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Police are looking for a trio of teens seen in surveillance video, who robbed a VCU student of his sandwich at gun point. Surveillance video shows the three teens, in a Subway sandwich shop, not ordering anything, until one asked for a cup of water. Police said they then followed a man outside the shop on Semmes Avenue just after he got his sandwich, and stole his meal.

"Holding somebody at gun point for a sandwich,” said Christina Moore, who lives in an apartment nearby. “It's so reckless."

But stealing a man's foot-long sandwich is still a felony, one that has people who live nearby talking about safety. "I'm not going to walk alone or with headphones on, for sure," Moore said.

The boldness lay in the timing of the crime and how the suspects seemed not to care that they were caught on camera. "It’s pretty shocking because it was over a sandwich, and we live here,” said Moore. “I'm not going to come out alone at night."

People living in the neighborhood said apartment managers have warned them of petty crimes like loose change being swiped from cars, but nothing as serious as an armed robbery.
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A woman recently dislocated her jaw while playing cards with her husband on a train in China. The woman started screaming after getting dealt a good hand. She injured her jaw and asked the train's conductor to stop so she could get off and go to a hospital. Doctors spent two hours resetting the woman's jaw.
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CBS claims spiritual healer Dorina Rosin is planning on having a dolphin-assisted birth in the ocean. She and her partner Maika Suneagle believe their baby will be able to speak “dolphin.” Experts say ocean births are dangerous because of sharks. Dorina has swam with dolphins during her pregnancy. She says delivering in the ocean is more relaxing than in a hospital.

Science journalist Christie Wilcox previously told Discover: “This has to be, hands down, one of the worst natural birthing ideas anyone has ever had. Dolphins have been known to toss, beat, and kill other mammals for no apparent reason. Is this an animal you want to have at your side when you’re completely vulnerable?”

7:45 Birthdays
7:47 Science Faction/Montana Trivia
7:55 Local Sports
8:10 A new survey by Coinstar Exchange reveals that the average newlywed couple returns five wedding presents. Other findings:
- 6% of newlywed couples return more than ten wedding presents
- 4% of newlywed couples return more than fifteen wedding presents
- the average newlywed couple receives 11 gift cards as wedding presents
8:12 ABC World News/Northern Ag Montana News
8:30 Doggone Show
8:32 Pressing On/Obituaries
8:50 Job Hunt Report
9:00 ABC World News/Tradio
10:00 ABC World News
11:00 ABC World News
11:45 Tomorrow Show Promo
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