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Cat is reunited with her family 3 years after going missing in California mudslide

It’s a reunion that no one thought was possible. A lost cat has finally returned home after spending the last three years lost in Santa Barbara, California after a mudslide that claimed 23 people. Read about Patches’ amazing reunion on RADIO.COM.
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Starbucks invests $100 million to support BIPOC communities

Starbucks announced a community resilience fund to support underserved communities in 12 major cities. The company has pledged $100 million investment to support community development in Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) neighborhoods.
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When will potato items return to the Taco Bell menu?

The brand’s global chief innovation officer, Liz Matthews, says “The return of our beloved potatoes is just the first step in showing our fans the strong continued commitment to vegetarian we are making this year.”
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Siegfried and Roy magician Siegfried Fischbacher dies at 81: Report

Illusionist Siegfried Fischbacher, of the famous magic duo Siegfried and Roy, has died at 81 years of age according to reports. Find out more on RADIO.COM.
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Here’s what’s open and closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King Day is quickly approaching. January 18th marks one of 10 Federal Holidays that may impact your daily routine. Here’s what you need to know about what will be open and closed on Monday to help you plan ahead for next week.
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CIA releases newly unclassified UFO documents: Here's how to see them online

Thanks to two decades of Freedom of Information Act requests, you can now see thousands of newly released documents on UFOs – or as the US government states, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP).
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Girl Scouts kick off cookie season with new online delivery option

Girl Scout cookie season is officially underway, as sales of the beloved cookies began on Tuesday. The Girl Scouts of USA have teamed up with GrubHub to offer on demand delivery of their cookies this year.
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Ellen DeGeneres shares dramatic way she learned she had COVID as she returns back to work

Ellen DeGeneres returned back to hosting her show on Wednesday, and shared the dramatic way she learned that she had tested positive for COVID-19. The host shared the story with the same virtual audience that was present during the December episode.
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Major pet food expands recall after 70 dogs die, another 80 get sick

Midwestern Pet Food is expanding its recall of dog and cat food sold online by retailers nationwide as the FDA investigates potentially deadly levels of mold. Currently, 70 dogs have died, and another 80 have gotten sick. Read more at RADIO.COM.
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Sales of instruments have gone up since pandemic started

Sales of instruments have gone up during the pandemic after concert halls and other venues had to shut down. But while demand is up, how are the supplies doing?
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