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5:55 a.m.

6:10 a.m. Boneheads In The News

A Florida man went through a school day in a school daze earlier this week -- by breaking into a padlocked high school for a 22-hour long nude rampage.

The man, who's still at large, sneaked into Miramar High School just before 8 a.m. on Memorial Day and made his way from classroom to classroom, destroying everything he could get his hands on. Surveillance camera footage shows the dude, who's wearing headphones, but no shirt or pants, trashing computers, spraying graffiti and turning on sinks to flood an entire floor.

Officials estimate he did over $100,000 in damage and are offering a $3,000 reward for his capture. (Miami Herald)

6:20 a.m.

A new survey by the dating website Zoosk reveals that 71% of women say a man, who has a good job or career is more attractive than one, who doesn't. Other findings:

- 87% of single women and 75% of single men want to date someone, who is career-driven.

- 60% of people would not date a workaholic.

- 63% of men and 45% of women are okay with office romances.

- 74% of women want to date a man, who makes more money than they do

- Sexiest work uniforms that a women can wear ... nurse followed by flight attendant, librarian, lawyer and personal trainer

- Sexiest work uniforms a man can wear ... firefighter followed by lawyer, doctor, police officer and military


6:30 a.m. Daily Quiz

Artists with food names on Thursday Themeday

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

6:55 a.m. Health Story

We all have our comfort foods we reach for when we’re run down, depressed, or just trying to stay positive. But as satisfying as that tub of Ben & Jerry’s or bag of chips is, they’re not doing much to help. And it turns out, food can help boost your mood, but it has to be the right food. Healthy eating, which includes fruits, vegetables, healthy fats and whole grains, has been linked to lower risk of depression. Nutrition also affects the immune system, which has also been shown to influence the risk of depression.

Adding these foods to your daily diet could help improve your outlook.

Salmon - It’s a nutritional powerhouse loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, which our bodies don’t make on their own. Research has shown eating fish like salmon with omega-3 fatty acids may ease depression.
Dark chocolate - According to research, a couple squares of dark chocolate could boost your mood, as well as your immune system and your eyes. But not all chocolate has this effect, studies show you need at least 70% cacao, so read those labels carefully.
Berries - All kinds of fruit are good for you, but berries do wonders for the brain. They’re high in flavonoids, which help regulate mood, improve memory and reduce inflammation.
Spinach and kale - Dark, leafy greens like these are also packed with omega-3s and are inflammation-fighting foods, too. They’re also full of magnesium, which is important for brain function and mood.
Almonds - Snack on these nuts that are a healthy fat, which boosts brain health. Almonds are also high in a compound called tyrosine, which research shows can prevent a decline in cognitive function, especially in response to stress.
Source: Good Morning America

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

7:15 a.m.

Top Driving Distractions according to a new survey by German Autolabs

1. Passed something to a passenger in the front seat
2. Sung along to a song at the top of their lungs
3. Thrown something in the backseat
4. Passed something back to a passenger in the backseat
5. Eaten fast food
6. Taken a phone call
7. Made a phone call
8. Taken off a coat or jumper
9. Adjusted hair
10. Looked at a map on a phone
11. Looked at a physical map / road atlas
12. Stroked a pet
13. Sent a text
14. Kissed a partner
15. Changed song on my phone
16. Experimented with operating the pedals with different feet (i.e. using your left foot to brake)
17. Put on a coat or jumper
18. Checked social media
19. Put on or adjusted make-up

Lunch Menus/Valley Happenings

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

Chronicle Live says some Aldi grocery stores are going to install traffic lights at their entrance to control the number of customers going in and out of their stores. They say the lights will be automated and will help enforce social distancing.
WFLA says Disney is going to begin reopening its Florida theme parks on July 11th. They closed because of the coronavirus
KUSA says the Sputnik restaurant, in Denver, Colorado, is using ghosts to socially distance. The restaurant is placing ghosts in every other booth and table to enforce social distancing. Staffers made the ghosts out of broom handles, white sheets and other materials. Sputnik owner Matt LaBarge tells the TV station that the restaurant can only seat at 50% capacity.
KXAN says an Elgin, Texas tavern has banned customers from entering while wearing coronavirus masks. A sign posted outside of the bar reads, “Due to our concern for our citizens, if they feel the need to wear a mask, then they should probably stay home until it’s safe.” Liberty Tree Tavern owner Kevin Smith tells the TV station, “It is more of a push back — the snitches, and the contact tracers out there. This is still a rural county.”
The Daily Mail says several German cities have banned public singing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Church choirs and karaoke bars have been told to stop singing because it spreads infectious coronavirus droplets. Over 100 people at one German church were recently infected with the virus. German officials may also ban singing at soccer matches once games return with fans.
Mandatory magazine says the Sheetz convenience store chain is selling a hot dog-flavored beer called Hop Dog.
They released a statement saying, “Project Hop Dog – yes a hot dog craft beer – is our craziest collaboration yet. We hope our latest limited-edition craft beer is a fun surprise for our customers, a surprise that’ll engender smiles, laughter and conversation – something we could all use more of right now.”
The beer has an alcohol by volume of 5.5%
If your long-distance partner lives in Denmark, you might be able to visit him or her … as long as you can provide proof of love. Travel restrictions are being loosened for long-distance couples who are married, engaged or have been dating for at least six months … if you can present evidence upon your arrival in the country that you are really a couple in love. According to deputy police chief Allan Dalager Clausen, “They can bring along a photo or a love letter. I realize these are very intimate things, but the decision to let in the partner ultimately rests on the judgment of the individual police officer.” And an online-only relationship isn’t enough. You have to prove that you had an in-person relationship prior to the pandemic. (NY Post)
Longtime Los Angeles Dodgers fan Ben Massé -- who happens to live in West Springfield, Massachusetts -- is staying busy during these unusual times by building a replica of Dodger Stadium in his backyard. Of course, it’s smaller than Dodger Stadium, but it’s to scale. And, it’s big enough to play Wiffle Ball.
Some people will do anything to create their own oasis in their backyard. Even if that means building a beautiful fire pit. In Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, one family learned the hard way that a deck is no place for such a beautiful fire pit. Officials say that a 20-year-old member of the family lit the fire pit up while some friends were over. However, after his friends left, the man went to sleep. That's when the winds picked up and sent the flames from the pit to the side of the house, which then spread to the attic. By the time firefighters had the blaze under control, the roof and the deck had completely collapsed. The only upside to this is that no injuries were reported.
WKRG says the Mobile, Alabama Police recently arrested Raif Mitchell after he broke into an AMC theater and spent days eating the cinema's snacks. The 33 year-old also drank from the soda machine. He was charged with third-degree burglary. The theater is closed because of the Coronavirus
The Sebastian Daily News says the Sebastian, Florida police recently arrested Daniel Driscoll for stealing a six pack of Bud Light from a local Walmart. A Walmart employee called 911 after she heard clinking in Driscoll's pockets as he left the store. He hopped on one of Walmart's motorized scooters before driving into the parking lot and drinking his beer. When cops arrived, he told them, “The beer came from Walmart, and I did not pay for them.,” Driscoll was charged with Shoplifting and Petty Theft.
KGTV says a San Diego man broke into a Wells Fargo Bank yesterday at 3:30 a m. Cops quickly arrived and detained the man. He told them he broke into the bank in order to heat up his Hot Pockets. When cops asked if the Hot Pockets were worth it, the man responded, "Hell yeah it was worth it."

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/Pressing On

8:40 a.m. Tradeo

9:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

9:30 a.m. Doggone Show

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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