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Kyle Busch wins Nationwide Bristol Race!


That’a’boy Rowdy :) Kyle took home the checkered for the 16th time at Bristol just ahead of the Sprint Cup Race on Sunday, March 16th. Five are within the Sprint Cup series, seven are Nationwide, four are from the Truck Series. Regardless, the boy knows how to short track race. Busch has…

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Apple has More Money than the US Government


It’s true- Apple is richer than the US government because quite simply Apple has more money than the US Government.


The RKWZ Takeaway is a rather scary proposition. It transcends any jokes or quips the Internet can muster, i.e. Apple management should take charge of US government…

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Are you at risk of Mud Slides? How can you Prepare for a Mudslide Disaster?


The unfortunate truth we must realize is that mudslides can occur theoretically anywhere there is elevated terrain. Some areas however are statistically more prone to Mudslides than others. According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), locations in and around mountain areas like he Appalachian…

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Woman Who Rescued Dog From Freezing Temperatures Faces Pet Theft Charges

A woman who rescued a dog that was chained outside during freezing conditions is now on trial in Okanogan County, Wash., facing charges of pet theft, lying to police and obstructing justice.

According to the Spokesman Review, Judy Camp discovered on an Internet message board that a dog was suffering in brutal winter weather conditions at the house of a family with a history of animal abuse.  

Camp took the dog home and later took the animal to a series of veterinary appointments as if it were her own pet.   

According to the Seattle Times, the initial owner of the dog, Orvil Magruder, notified the authorities regarding the missing dog. Magruder claims that the animal, named “Duke,” was kept outside permanently as a guard dog. When a police officer investigated the incident, Camp allegedly lied about her relationship with the animal.

In Deputy Dave Yarnell’s official report regarding his interaction with Camp, he wrote the following: “I informed Camp that the dog was stolen and Camp claimed that it was her dog, named Tank.” 

Camp, however, claimed that she was not intending to truly conceal any information.

“I thought it was a wink-wink, nod-nod kind of thing,” Camp said about the situation. ”He knew the answer.”

After the authorities had the incident straightened out, Camp bought the dog from the Magruder family for $500. Still, the family filed criminal charges against their former dog’s new owner. 

If convicted, Camp faces up to three years in jail. Despite the potentially harsh sentencing, Camp has remained firm that she does not want to settle for anything less than justice.

“Yes, I could have taken a plea bargain, but that would have been a lie,” Camp said. ”I did the right thing.”

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Sara: What should we toast to?

Hitch: Never lie, steal, cheat, or drink. But if you must lie, lie in the arms of the one you love. If you must steal, steal away from bad company. If you must cheat, cheat death. And if you must drink, drink in the moments that take your breath away.



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