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5:55 a.m.

6:10

A new study by Parade magazine reveals that 52% of pet owners sleep with their pets. Other findings:

- 62% of small pet owners allow their pets to sleep in bed with them

- 70% of people believe sleeping with their pets improves their quality of sleep.

6:20 a.m. Boomer News Preview

We live in a huge country and if you’re trying to decide where to live, all the options can make the choice more complicated. But “U.S. News & World Report” is helping to simplify that with their annual list of the Best Places to Live in the U.S.

The magazine ranks 150 major cities across the country based on factors including the health of the job market, housing affordability, quality of life and overall desirability.
U.S. News also surveyed thousands of Americans about what matters most to them when choosing a place to live.
This year’s number one is Naples, Florida. The beachfront city scores high for job prospects and overall quality of life for residents.
Boise, Idaho, comes in second, thanks to its value and quality of life, and Colorado Springs, Colorado, is third.
The Top 10 U.S. Places to Live, according to “U.S. News & World Report”
Naples, Florida
Boise, Idaho
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Greenville, South Carolina
Charlotte, North Carolina
Raleigh, North Carolina
Huntsville, Alabama
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Austin, Texas
Boulder, Colorado
Source: U.S. News & World Report

ABC SPORTS

6:30 a.m. Daily Quiz

Throwback Thursday - 1989 SATISFIED RICHARD MARX

1989
China - Tiananmen Square Protests
United Kingdom - Hillsborough Disaster
The Galileo Spacecraft is launched by NASA
After 30 years the Cold War between East and West ends following the Malta conference and the Berlin Wall comes down

In Alaska's Prince William Sound the Exxon Valdez spills 240,000 barrels (11 million gallons) of oil after running aground

Nintendo releases the Game Boy in Japan in April and in North America in July
Free Elections in Poland bring Solidarity to power

200,000 protesters in Prague, Czechoslovakia call for the resignation of the country's communist government in the "Velvet Revolution".

The Phillips 66 Chemical Complex in Houston, Texas has a series of explosions and fires killing 23 employees.

Nintendo releases the Game Boy in Japan in April and in North America in July

The Savings and Loan Crisis leads to nearly 1/4 of all savings and loan associations requiring bailout

1989 In Technology the 486 series of microprocessor is released by Intel opening the way for the next generation of much more powerful PC's and Microsoft releases it's Office Suite including Spreadsheet, Word Processor, Database and Presentation Software which today still dominates in office applications.

Following Massive protests against the Berlin Wall bringing about the collapse of The Berlin Wall and the East German Government both are dismantled which leads after many years to the reunification of East and West Germany.

Average Price for new car $15,3500.00

1 gallon of gas 97 cents

US Postage Stamp 25 cents
BMW 325 $21,400

Ford Probe $12,695
Ham and Cheese Pizza $2.59

Rib Eye Steak Lb $3.79

Ritz Crackers $1.79

Barbie's Dancetime Shop $24.98

Ghostbusters Table-top Pinball $19.85
Logitech Mouse $89.99
My First Sony CD Player
1989 Two-Inch LCD TV

Popular Films
Batman
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Lethal Weapon 2
Twins
Back to the Future Part II
Ghostbusters II
The Little Mermaid
Driving Miss Daisy
Parenthood
Dead Poets Society
Licence to Kill
Honey, I Shrunk The Kids
My Left Foot
When Harry Met Sally
The Godfather Part III


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

6:55 a.m. Health Story

6:54 a.m. Check Up On Health Hospital Happenings/ABC World News/Local News

7:15 a.m.

It seems that Millennials throw out more trash than any other generation, according to a new survey. Despite the fact that Millennials are the generation most likely to grade themselves an A+ when it comes to sustainability, they actually average the most trash in a day – tossing about 15 things. Respondents on a whole averaged about 12 items of trash a day – adding up about three bags of trash a week or 150 bags of trash a year.

No surprise – the room in the home with the most trash is the kitchen (80%) – four times more than the second room seeing the most waste, the bathroom (20%).

Lunch Menus/Valley Happenings

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

Mount St. Helens could be recharging. Since February 1st, there have been over 350 small earthquakes with a magnitude less than two. Seismologists at the USGS say it could indicate magma is moving into chambers beneath the volcano. That doesn’t mean it could erupt any time soon. The last eruption was in 2008, which added lava inside of the crater. Mount St. Helens' most destructive eruption was in 1980 and killed 57 people. Mount St. Helens is the most seismically active volcano in the Cascade Range and considered to be the most likely to erupt in the future.
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A star's three-thousand year-old explosion will be visible from Earth soon. NASA scientists call it a "once-in-a-lifetime event." The explosion, or nova, will be visible for a few days between now and September, burning bright enough to appear as a new star in the sky. The Blaze Star phenomenon will only be visible for a week, but scientists haven’t pinpointed when that is… so keep looking.
How much money would it take for you to feel financially prepared? ==
Get ready to butter up your wardrobe, because it seems the color of summer 2024 is butter yellow. According to online shopping site Asos, searches for “butter yellow” have jumped 98% on the site over the past month. The color is all over TikTok’s #foryoupage. And celebs from Hailey Beiber to Sabrina Carpenter have all been seen wearing the soft, subtle color.
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The Daily Dot says Sriracha fans are surprised to find the sauce now brown instead of red. The change in color is due to the chili supply being deemed too green.
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Vancouver Is Awesome says the Breka Bakery & Café, in Vancouver, is going viral with their new Ketchup Chip Cookie. The cookie features chocolate chunks, butterscotch chips, and ketchup potato chip pieces. The cookie delivers a delicious blend of sweet and salty flavors.
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The World Record Academy says Andy's Frozen Custard and Lakewood Brewing, in Garland, Texas, are collaborating to break the record for the World's Largest Beer Float. They aim to place 50 scoops of custard into 50 pints of Lakewood's Temptress Beer. The event will take place on Saturday, June 29th
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The Drinks Business website says the world's oldest wine has been found in Spain. The 2,000-year-old white wine was discovered in an urn with human remains in Carmona, Andalusia. The wine has "strong decay". Scientists confirmed the liquid was wine and used in burial rituals.
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WTOP says a truck, hauling 40,000 pounds of beer, went up in flames on Interstate 95 in Stafford County, Virginia yesterday. The fire caused massive backups on the highway. Photos show the charred trailer with beer cans strewn around. No injuries were reported. No word on what caused the blaze
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The Las Vegas Review-Journal says a woman was recently arrested after climbing on a craps table and throwing chips at people at the Silver Legacy Casino in Reno. Rebecca Castillo was taken into custody on four counts of battery. Videos of the incident went viral on TikTok. Rebecca did not give a reason as to why she went wild
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A Michigan man who accidentally shot himself in the leg while holstering his gun in a Kroger parking lot, has not been arrested. However, another man who picked up the gun and ran off with it... was. The sheriff of Bay County put it perfectly when he explained, "There were a lot of bad decisions made in a short amount of time." Deputies responded to reports of a shooting and found a 28-year-old man with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his thigh. They said he was trying to holster his gun, which owned legally, when he accidentally pulled the trigger and fired a single shot into his leg. Moments later, another man cam over, picked up the gun, and ran off with it before deputies arrived. The wounded man was taken to the hospital with a non-life threatening injury while deputies searched for the other man who swiped the gun. A couple of hours later, police received a tip about a man fitting their description running through backyards and they finally caught him. Once they had him in custody, the man admitted to taking the gun and hiding it behind a tractor supply store. It turns out the man is an ex-con and was arrested for violating his parole and also possessing a firearm as a felon. (Bay City Times)

7:45 a.m. Birthday Show

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

8:12 a.m. ABC News

Northern Broadcasting Montana News

Obituaries

8:40 a.m. Tradeo

9:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

9:30 a.m. Doggone Show

9:40 a.m. Hi-Line Ford Closet Classic

10:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

10:40 a.m. Hi-Line Ford Closet Classic

10:50 a.m. Hi-Line Highlights

11:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

11:40 a.m. Hi-Line Ford Closet Classic

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