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WATCH: Fishermen catch huge shrimp ahead of Hurricane Zeta

New Orleans fishermen took to the lakefront to pull in one last haul of “massive” shrimp Tuesday night, hours before Hurricane Zeta is expected to make landfall. See the shrimpers in action on RADIO.COM.
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Couple charged in $2 million unemployment fraud scheme

A couple from Detroit has been charged with taking part in a multi-million dollar unemployment fraud scheme during the COVID-19 pandemic – working with a former state employee.
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Trader Joe’s: Over 4,400 pounds of frozen fish have been recalled

If you have frozen fish from Trader Joe’s in your freezer, you may want to check the label. Over 4,400 pounds of frozen fish have been recalled.
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Wendy's debuts new chicken sandwich that you can try for free until November 8

A new chicken sandwich is making its way onto the Wendy’s menu. The fast-food chain announced the new Classic Chicken Sandwich that’s “crispier and juicier” than any other sandwich on their menu. Find out how to snag it for free.
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Man arrested after throwing pumpkin at girlfriend during spat

Police in Florida arrested a man after he allegedly had a domestic spat with his girlfriend. The couple were having an argument, which escalated into the 26-year-old throwing a PUMPKIN at his girlfriend!
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Burger King goes viral for Halloween bathroom stunt making Ronald McDonald appear in the mirror

Burger King customers in Sweden and Denmark were surprised by a new Halloween stunt in the bathrooms. Whenever someone said “Canceled Clown” into the bathroom mirror, Ronald McDonald would appear.
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Learning from home means students must now seek tech support from parents

any parents are struggling to keep up with all the technical issues that come up when kids take classes online. There are unfamiliar platforms and apps, as well as internet connectivity and privacy issues. It’s a lot for parents to learn.
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Over 40 million people have already voted by mail. Here's how to track your ballot online

While Election Day is November 3rd, many Americans have already cast their ballot by voting early. Over 66 million votes have already been cast, with more than 44 million via mail-in ballots. Here’s how to track your ballot online.
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DOE updates grading policy so students won't be penalized for late work, attendance amid COVID

In the era of remote learning, the Department of Education implemented an updated grading policy for the remainder of the academic year. Per the guidelines, students won’t have their grades lowered for late work or lack of attendance this year.
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Fauci on latest COVID-19 surge: 'No matter how you look at it, it's not good news'

Dr. Anthony Fauci explained his concern for the recent surge in COVID-19 cases. The expert said ‘no matter how you look at it, it’s not good news.’
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