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Carpooling during COVID? Experts say to take these precautions

If you find yourself having to travel with others in a car to go to school or work, here are a few safety measures to keep in mind from health experts.
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Bacon-wrapped Oreos are the treat you didn't know you needed

There are a lot of classic food combinations and now, there may be a new one to add to your culinary repertoire. Bacon-wrapped Oreos! Maybe it’s time to fire up the grill and experiment with these.
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Pig named 'Peppa' rescued from backyard: 'We aren't sure where she came from'

An animal welfare organization rescued a pig — who has since been dubbed “Peppa” — from a backyard in Brooklyn on Wednesday. It wasn’t clear how Peppa ended up in the yard.
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Man steals from Walgreens during live news report on shoplifting

A TV crew from Inside Edition was in a San Francisco Walgreens recording a segment on the increase in shoplifting at the store, when a man entered, jumped over the counter, and started stealing merchandise. Read more about the incident on RADIO.COM.
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Woman finds rare two-headed snake slithering around home: 'He was really an easy pet'

A Florida woman said her daughter’s cat, Olive, caught a rare two-headed snake outside of her home and brought it into the living room to show off her prized possession. Find out more now.
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What the CDC’s updated definition of a COVID-19 ‘close contact’ means

Earlier this week, the CDC released a new definition of what it means to be in “close contact” with someone who has been infected with the novel virus.
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Video captures man pulling over for gas in the middle of police chase

A video has gone viral of a police chase in Los Angeles, California. The man driving, who was wanted for theft from a Home Depot, not only got away, but was able to pull over to get gas, go inside the gas station, and leave before police arrived.
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People are buying pianos, firepits, and more in preparation for COVID-19 second wave

As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, many are preparing for a second wave of cases to spike in the coming colder months. But what are people buying to prepare for this wave?
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Voting early in the 2020 election: What you need to know

Many Americans are carefully preparing to make sure their vote counts this year. Learn what your options are for voting early in the 2020 election on RADIO.COM.
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When does daylight saving time end? How to fall back with minimal side effects

As the seasons and weather change, so do the clocks! When daylight savings ends and we fall back on November 1 at 2 am, it could take a toll on your sleep cycle. Here’s how to adjust with minimal side effects.
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