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Station Blog Archives for 2011-09

since we won't call winners with the good news - you need to check back with us every week for your name.

we love giving stuff away - but  we want folks to be able to use the tix/items.  try to pick them up as soon as you can,   the deadline to claim  is 2 weeks - and if you don't notify us otherwise, we'll  re-gift !


Make your donation to United Way today on the Downtown Cumberland Mall and at Country Club Mall. Volunteers will be on hand to accept your contribution to United Way right from your car. The Martin in the Morning show's Jimmy Van will be broadcasting from downtown today as well.


    Eighteen-year-old Malo Dashaunta Gomez, of Minnesota, who decided the best way to cure his boredom was to shoot off his gun. So, he saw some cops hanging out in a squad car and fired off nine rounds at them. Boredom problem solved? Not really; Gomez, now sitting in a cell in the local jail, is facing two counts of first-degree attempted murder and two counts of first-degree assault. If Gomez is convicted, he could face decades in prison ... which sounds kinda boring.


    Ronald Wade, 31, who applied for a job as a jailer and ended up being the jailee. Wade walked into a sheriff's department in Mississippi to apply for a job as a jailer. However, after a brief background check, authorities learned that Wade had an outstanding warrant for a DUI crash. 

OR HOW 'BOUT .....

    Florida man, Andrew John Biros, Jr., 28, who made prank 911 calls because he wanted law enforcement to have "a faster response to his residence." Biros called 911 three times in one week to report suspicious activities. He even called back to say he had been shot while waiting for officers who were en route from a previous call. Biros said, "They're not doing their job. That's poor public service." Biros was arrested for misusing the 911 system.


    Three young Georgia teens, who broke into Roderick Ward's home, played around for a while and documented it all on his camera, which they left behind. Ward came home from a trip and became suspicious that his air conditioner was on and his door unlocked. He then discovered the teens had taken pictures of themselves eating birthday cake, washing a dog in his bathtub and using his toothbrush. Police identified the teens and contacted their parents. Several of Ward's belongings were returned by the embarrassed parents, including his spare house key. He will not be pressing charges. The teens will be grounded until they are about 35.

Join us as we broadcast live.  The event is open to everyone... not just FSU students.  Local businesses and organizations will be on hand as well as food and entertainment.  Plus there's the hot pepper eating contest - you could win cash !  It's tonite ( weather permitting) 6-10 PM Main Street Frostburg.  

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