Join me as the host of the Morning Buzz with Sharon Buck, weekday mornings from 5am to 9am. I also start your weekends, Saturdays from 6am-10am. Make sure you come by to meet me at many of our live local broadcasts.
Peugeot, the car company from France, is planning on introducing a ‘Hybrid Air’ car with a release date of 2015. The air would be used for in city driving under 43 mph and could save as much as 80% on fuel bills.
Janis Gill, once married to Vince Gill and half of the country duo Sweethearts of the Rodeo, is turning 60 today (Saturday, March 1). There was a time, in the late 80’s, you would turn on the radio and more than likely there would be Sweethearts of the Rodeo song playing.
There are more changes coming to Dancing with the Stars as Brooke Burke-Charvet has been let go after seven seasons. Burke-Charvet won DWTS in November 2008 and replaced Samantha Harris as Tom Bergeron’s co-host in 2010. After seven seasons she is being replaced with FOX Sports reports Erin Andrews.
Imagine taking your dog for a walk and coming home $10 million richer. That’s what happened to a Northern California couple earlier this month. They were walking along their property when they saw something: cans of gold coins.
The Robertson’s from Duck Dynasty fame and owners of the Duck Commander Company are the new sponsors for the Independence Bowl played in Shreveport, Louisiana. It will now be known as the Duck Commander Independence Bowl
There has been a bill introduced to the Missouri State Legislature, House Bill 1624. It’s a bill to have the ‘high five’ as the official greeting of the state of Missouri. House Representative Courtney Allen Curtis introduced the bill as a way to get children involved in the political process.
NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden, has his own action figure. The former security contractor who is on the run from the federal government has been made into an action figure by the Oregon Company ThatsMyFace.com. They have added the ‘Edward Snowden’ to their line of 12-inch celebrity dolls.
Some interesting and stand-out accomplishments in sports occurred on this day, February 24, in sports history. Some of the highlights: in 1960 the U.S. Olympic hockey team defeated Germany 9-1 in the final rounds to win the United States first gold medal in hockey. This medal win is known as the ‘forgotten miracle’ because the U.S. was not considered to have a chance to win.
Getting ready for the beginning of the NASCAR season with the Daytona 500 today, USA Today’s sports writer, Jeff Gluck, will do a weekly series of questions with NASCAR drivers. The first weeks questions were put to Dale Earnhardt Jr. and some of the non-related race questions were interesting.
It seems every year the world is facing an apocalypse, the end of the world. So far so good: we’re still here. In 1910, when Haley’s Comet was coming, scientists thought it would be the end. In 1997, Heaven’s Gate thought an alien ship was following a comet. One of the biggest recently was Y2k: that was supposed to happened on January 1, 2000. Most recently, two years ago, the end of the Mayan calendar was supposed to be the end the world.
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