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  1. Nate upgraded to Category 1 hurricane, takes aim at US Gulf Coast

    10.07 / 06:29 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    (NEW YORK) — Tropical Storm Nate was upgraded Friday at 11:30 p.m. ET to a Category 1 hurricane with estimated maximum winds of 75 mph, the National Hurricane Center announced. Nate’s location was about 95 miles WNW of the western tip of Cuba, and about 495 miles SSE of the mouth of the Mississippi River. It was moving at NNW at 22 mph, the National Hurricane Center said. “An Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft just penetrated the center of Nate and reported the…
  2. Paramedic searched for victims inside Vegas hotel where shooter was: 'We went from floor to floor, room by room'

    10.07 / 06:29 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    (LAS VEGAS) — When Joe DiGaetano showed up for his 24-hour shift as a paramedic coordinator at 7 a.m. Sunday morning, he was ready for anything, but expected it to just be another Sunday. After a typical weekend day of paperwork, answering calls, and making some deliveries, DiGaetano and his team were settling in for the night. “Everybody winds down around 9 o’clock. We go into the room, we take our boots off,” he told ABC News in an exclusive interview. Several…
  3. Former student sues fraternity after alleging hazing ritual left him with brain damage

    10.07 / 06:29 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    (NORMAN, Okla.) — The son of a legendary Dallas Cowboys player is now suing a University of Oklahoma fraternity, alleging that a hazing ritual left him with permanent brain damage so severe he can no longer remember his Social Security number. According to lawyer Christopher Cooke, Blake Novacek, 20, whose father is former NFL tight end Jay Novacek, was subjected to numerous hazing incidents as he pledged the Gamma Phi chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity in the fall semester of 2015.…
  4. "Hell Yeah, Damn Right": Brett Young releases his tribute to the Ole Miss Rebels

    10.07 / 02:42 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    If you’re an Ole Miss fan, you’ll want to download Brett Young’s tribute to the University of Mississippi. The California native pitched for the Rebels’ baseball team in college, and was inspired to write “Hell Yeah, Damn Right” based on the school’s traditional chant. “My time at Ole Miss was so much fun and so impactful,” Brett says. “I wanted to write a song to commemorate the game day experience in Oxford at the…
  5. Security guard who found Vegas gunman was alone and unarmed: 'I was just doing my job'

    10.07 / 02:42 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    (LAS VEGAS) — An unarmed security guard at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino was the first to take on gunman Stephen Paddock, getting shot in the process, but providing crucial help for police looking to stop the massacre. The security guard, identified as Jesus Campos by the International Union, Security, Police and Fire Professionals of America, was shot in the leg after Paddock fired at him through a door, police said. Police said Paddock managed to fire off over 200…
  6. Three men arrested in alleged ISIS-inspired plot targeting New York City

    10.07 / 02:42 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    (NEW YORK) — An alleged ISIS-inspired plot targeting New York City was revealed Friday after the case was unsealed. Three men have been arrested in connection with the alleged plot, which was described as more aspirational than operational. According to a Justice Department press release, Abdulrahman el Bahnasawy, a 19-year-old Canadian citizen, purchased bomb-making materials to use in alleged attacks in New York City. He was arrested in May 2016. Two additional accomplices, Tahla…
  7. Wrigley Cares: Michael Ray's shelter pup inspires him to help other animals in need

    10.07 / 02:42 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    As Michael Ray kicks off his Get to You Tour, he’s also launching a new initiative to help local animal shelters. “Wrigley Cares:  Helping Animals in Need” is named for the puppy Michael adopted this summer at Chicago’s Country Lakeshake festival. “Wrigley is a huge part of my life,” the Florida native says. “She’s on the road with us and she’s there for all the major moments. She changed my life back in June and…
  8. Watch now: Dierks Bentley debuts new look in emotional "Hold the Light" video

    10.07 / 02:42 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    The new movie Only the Brave won’t be out until October 20, but you can preview the film in Dierks Bentley’s new music video. The Arizona native wrote “Hold the Light” for the movie, about a group of elite firefighters in his home state of Arizona who lost their lives protecting their community from a wildfire. “This song hits really close to me because we wrote it based on the story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots,” Dierks explains.…
  9. What's the cost of a future #1? Kane Brown made Lauren Alaina miss her workout

    10.06 / 17:11 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    As the deluxe edition of Kane Brown’s self-titled debut album arrives in stores and online on Friday, the newcomer also is on the verge of having his very first #1. “What Ifs,” his duet with Lauren Alaina, is a song he had a hand in writing. “I had a title called ‘What Ifs’…” Kane recalls, “I feel like everybody always says ‘what if this, what if that.’ Even if you’re not in a relationship, there’s…
  10. Five days after Las Vegas massacre many questions remain, few answers

    10.06 / 17:11 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    (LAS VEGAS) — The investigation into what drove Stephen Paddock to open fire on a music festival in Las Vegas last Sunday is crawling into its fifth day with ever-mounting questions and few answers. Paddock, the lone suspect according to Las Vegas police, killed himself in the hotel suite he had rented on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino as police closed in on his location. And along with Paddock went any clear answer for why he opened fire on the festival and…
  11. Thousands attend memorial service for slain off-duty Las Vegas police officer

    10.06 / 17:11 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    (LAS VEGAS) — Thousands of people gathered for a memorial service at Las Vegas’ Police Memorial Park Thursday night for Charleston Hartfield, an off-duty Las Vegas police officer and Nevada Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class, who was killed Sunday night when a gunman opened fire on a country music festival. Hartfield, who leaves behind a son and daughter, was attending Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas when he and 57 others were gunned down in what is now the deadliest…
  12. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill announce ‘The Rest of Our Life,’ first-ever album together

    10.06 / 17:11 wwgp1050.com Wwgp1050.com - Sanford
    Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been making a combined 50 years so far, and have been married for the last 21.  And while they’ve toured together many times on their Soul2Soul outings, they’ve never made an album together — until now. The Rest of Our Life, an an 11-song collection featuring songs written by some of the biggest names in country and pop music, will be released November 17.  The title track, co-written by pop superstar Ed Sheeran, will be exclusively a…