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I've worked in radio since my senior year of high school (1981), and have worked as a musician since the mid 80's. Back on the radio in Texoma after 15 years of doing radio and playing music in Nashville. Who says you can't go home?
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iPhone Secretly Tracks Your Every Move, Claims Security Experts

Security experts Peter Warden and Alasdair Allen have made a startling discovery about Apple's iPhone and 3G iPad: The devices secretly track and record your location.

Apparently, this has been going on for 10 months, despite the fact that Apple has never previously disclo

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Robot Throws Out First Pitch at Philadelphia Phillies Game [VIDEO]

A robot threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Wednesday afternoon's game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Milwaukee Brewers.

The robot, appropriately named Philliebot, was created by University of Pennsylvania students Jordan Brindza and Jamie Gewirtz, and is part of Science Day at Citizen's Bank Park in Philadelphia.

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Six-Year-Old Steals Family Van to Buy Food, Crashes [VIDEO]

A 6-year-old boy in Oregon confessed that the reason he stole his family's van and a roll of pennies was because he was hungry and wanted to pick up some grub.

Unfortunately for the boy, no food was had.

Instead, the inexperienced, obviously unlicensed driver crashed into a pickup truck while en route. He also hit several mailboxes along the way.

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‘Happy Days’ Cast Sues CBS for $10 Million

The happy days are apparently over.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the cast of the hit comedy series 'Happy Days' is suing CBS and Paramount Pictures, claiming they "have not been paid for their share of years of home video releases and licensed merchandise that used their images and voices."

The charge: a whopping $10 million, plus interest and possibly punitive damages, according to the report.

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Paul McDonald Eliminated From ‘American Idol’

J. Lo said it best when she said, "You gotta stop singing to stay; you gotta start singing to win."

It was a good piece of advice, but unfortunately for Paul McDonald, it came a little too late: Paul's quirky style and unique soft voice have been eliminated from 'American Idol,' according to PopCrush. There's a lot of talent on the show this year, so as the weeks go by, main contenders will have to be cast off the show. That's life on 'American Idol.'

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Charlie Sheen Hints at Return to ‘Two and a Half Men’

After all the drama, headaches and "WINNING," is there a chance that Charlie Sheen will return to 'Two and a Half Men'? The answer may surprise you.

According to the Chicago Tribune, the troubled actor, who is in the midst of his 'Violent Torpedo of Truth / Defeat Is Not an Option' tour, sat down with a local Boston radio station Tuesday night, during which he said there have been "discussions" about a possible return to the top-rated CBS sitcom.

"There have been discussions, but I was asked not to divulge anything," he told WBZ-FM.

Sheen also admitted that his erratic behavior played a role in getting him fired from the series.

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Couple Tries To Rob Charity Lemonade Stand

In an attempt to garner the title "World's Meanest Robbers," a couple in Houston held up a charity lemonade stand run by 13-year-old Chelsea Edwards and her two friends.

Gage Turner, 20, and Amber Umbarger, 21, allegedly approached the lemonade booth, inquired about the cost and then grabbed the money jar and ran.

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Lightning Strikes Empire State Building – Three Times [VIDEOS]

There was a major thunderstorm that raged through New York City on Tuesday night. The rain came pouring down and the thunder slammed loudly throughout the night.

A lot of dogs were hiding under beds, children were scared, and adults were pretending not to be. The storm was so crazy that New York's most famous landmark, The Empire State Building, was struck by lightning at least three times -- and even cooler than that, it was caught on video!

Watch it happen, along with nine more lightning-strike videos of famous buildings after the jump.

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