SOUTH ST. PAUL (AP) (USDA) -- Monday cattle: 350.
The Brainerd Fire Department responded to a fire at a ticket booth on Don Adamson Field Saturday night.
THEFT --Robert Downer, 100 block of Third Avenue Northeast, reported Thursday the theft of 35 CD's and a Sony CD Player face plate from his vehicle.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Wheat receipts Monday 195, a year ago 178.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Spot nonferrous metal prices Monday.
VANDALISM --Burlington Northern Santa Fe, 324 Washington Street Northeast, reported vandalism to equipment on the west side of their building.
A distant second, Els had a close-up view
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Ernie Els had no complaints Sunday, not after witnessing Tiger Woods make so much history on his way to his first U.S. Open championship, an event Els won twice, in 1994 and '97.
A victory with a 15-stroke margin
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- No player on Earth was going to keep Tiger Woods from his anointed round, so all bets were on the weather.
Grand Slam awaits Tiger
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- The next stop on Tiger Woods' record-breaking run into history takes him to the home of golf.
US Open Leaders Cards
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) -- Score cards of the leaders Sunday after the final round of the U.S. Open:
More than a title, Tiger Woods wins place in sports history
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Now every runaway victory in sports, every demonstration of ability and superiority previously thought impossible, has a new benchmark.
FDA advisers recommend approval of radiation for clogged arteries
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Radiating the inside of coronary arteries may soon be offered to certain heart patients whose blood vessels reclog after angioplasties: Government advisers recommended approval Monday of the first angioplasty radiation device.
Chamber victim of phone fraud
Phone fraud struck the Brainerd Lakes Area Chambers of Commerce on Sunday, causing a $2,700 phone bill.
NWA flight makes emergency landing in West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A Northwest Airlines DC-9 carrying 117 passengers was forced to make an emergency landing here after losing an engine.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1980) - Preparations for the Centennial Celebration (June 27-29) of the Evangelical United Methodist Church in Brainerd have been completed announces Pastor K.M. Nicholson.
Highway 371 from the west junction of Highway 210 to Design Drive in Baxter is set to enter into the next stage of construction beginning this week.
Growth study indicates Pequot Lakes may need new school soon
PEQUOT LAKES -- The Pequot Lakes School District may soon be asking taxpayers for a new elementary school.
ST. CLOUD -- Minnesota could see another $1 billion budget surplus by November, House Speaker Steve Sviggum predicted.
Pequot superintendent resigns, is rehired
PEQUOT LAKES -- Pequot Lakes Superintendent Jim Oraskovich resigned Monday.
Wave your hankies on 4th
Wave your hankies, the Fourth of July is almost here!
Man shot and killed after falling on gun
DAWSON (AP) -- A rural Dawson man was killed after he tripped and fell on his gun while chasing a skunk from his yard, the Lac qui Parle Sheriff's Department said.
State ranks first in national survey of children's well-being
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota ranks No. 1 in the nation for the well-being of its children, considering factors including infant mortality and whether teen-agers are in school or working, according to a study released Tuesday.
New Brighton couple found dead in apparent murder-suicide
NEW BRIGHTON, Minn. (AP) -- A New Brighton husband and wife were found shot to death in their apartment in an apparent murder-suicide, police said.
Analyst: HMOs report profit, but not from health care work
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota's HMOs showed a surplus of almost $20 million last year after two years of losing money, according to a survey by a managed care industry analyst.
Jamie Nelson, the daughter of Brian and Janet Spreiter of Baxter, and Karla Waldorf, the d
In the Washington Middle School honor roll list on Page 10A Sunday, AshLeigh Hakes name was misspelled.
This was Brainerd
20 years ago (1980) - Faced with what it called "too many unanswered questions," the Brainerd School Board indefinitely postponed plans to start a proposed all-day alternate-day Kindergarten class.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Evangelist Billy Graham was hospitalized at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester after undergoing a procedure to relieve fluid buildup around his brain, aides said.
Northwest Airlines investigating report of disabled woman left on plane
DETROIT (AP) -- Northwest Airlines is investigating the complaint of a quadriplegic woman who says a flight crew refused to help her get off an airplane after it arrived in San Francisco.
A broken sewer pipe that spilled 10,000 gallons of waste water June 2 near Evergreen Drive has been fixed and the site has been cleaned.
Rain slows field work, makes weeds a problem
Abundant rain is leaving some fields too soggy for spraying and cultivating, making weed control a problem in many areas, state agricultural experts said Monday in their weekly crop report.
Fargo declares state of emergency as streets flood
FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- Officials in this city declared a state of emergency Tuesday after heavy rain flooded streets and power substations.
Brainerd hires attorney for work on annexation
The Brainerd City Council Monday found an attorney to represent the city in annexation matters.
Hearing to focus on troubled CSAH 19
History, conflict, money and emotions.
Oberstar says he's sorry On floor of House he apologizes for calling new black airline a 'plantation'
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Rep. James Oberstar went on the House floor Monday to apologize for suggesting last week that a black-owned spinoff airline of the proposed United Airlines-US Airways merger was a ''plantation.''
City of Austin hopes to boost community involvement with multilingual offerings
AUSTIN (AP) -- The first week the Austin Park and Recreation Department's new summer program booklet was out, a young Vietnamese mother came in to sign up her child for swimming lessons.
Hotel strike spreads to downtown hotels
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A strike by hotel and restaurant workers seeking higher wages and better benefits spread to two downtown hotels Monday, and a sports conference set for next week was moved to Chicago because of the job actions.
Minneapolis fights illegal use of handicapped parking permits
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Starting Monday, city parking enforcement officials will more frequently tow cars to stop people from using handicapped parking permits that have been lost, stolen or illegally borrowed at parking meters.
Gerry Boe should have had his diploma in 1945, but...
PEQUOT LAKES -- Gerry Boe of Crosslake was supposed to have graduated from Pequot Lakes High School in 1945.
Contradictions seen by city in letter by mayor of E. Gull Lake
A letter Brainerd officials feel contradicts statements the East Gull Lake mayor made concerning a sewer connection between the cities was presented to the Brainerd City Council Monday.
Biologists fear return of zebra mussels in St. Croix River
HUDSON, Wis. (AP) -- A return of zebra mussels in the Lower St. Croix River is causing concern that the clams could clog water intake systems and threaten the river's native mussels.
Fan celebration of Lakers' NBA title turns nasty
LOS ANGELES -- A peaceful celebration of the Los Angeles Lakers' first championship in 12 years deteriorated into mayhem as hundreds of fans torched two police cars, vandalized businesses and set dozens of small bonfires in city streets.
Egypt offers new scenarios in Flight 990 crash
Egyptian authorities have suggested to U.S. investigators that co-pilot Gamael Batouti was not alone in the cockpit when EgyptAir Flight 990 abruptly dived into the Atlantic Ocean last fall, killing all 217 people on board, according to sources close to the investigation.
Military jet crashes during air show in Pa.
WILLOW GROVE, Pa. -- A military pilot and radar intercept officer aboard a F-14 Tomcat died when their jet crashed as horrified air show spectators watched from their porches and pools.
Indian massacre highlights ancient system of hierarchy
MIAPUR, India -- A drizzle on Sunday dampened the smoldering funeral pyres and ashes of 34 low-caste villagers massacred by an upper-caste militia a day earlier in ongoing violence over India's ancient system of social hierarchy.
N. Korea sanctions eased
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Clinton administration on Monday formally implemented steps announced last September to ease half-century old economic sanctions against North Korea.
Electronic handshakes renew online privacy debate
SAN FRANCISCO -- Imagine having a computer chip implanted in your fingertip, able to transfer all your vital information -- name, birthdate, social security number -- to another person with only a handshake.
Trade deficit narrows slightly
WASHINGTON (AP) -- America's trade deficit, after setting records every month this year, finally posted a small decline to $30.4 billion in April as imports fell for the first time in 15 months.
Pentagon-appointed panel finds problems with missile defense plan
WASHINGTON -- A classified report by a Pentagon-appointed panel of experts raises numerous warning flags about the current plan for a missile defense shield, citing problems with the booster rocket for interceptor missiles, doubts about whether the interceptor can distinguish an enemy missile from decoys, and concern that the timetable for constructing a working system in five years is unrealistic.
DOVER, England -- British customs officials searching a suspicious truck made a horrific discovery when they opened the back: the corpses of 58 illegal immigrants, apparently from the Far East, packed into a space that was supposed to hold a cargo of tomatoes.
White House battles House to keep funds for tobacco suit
WASHINGTON -- The White House vowed to ''very aggressively'' battle congressional efforts to block funds for the huge federal lawsuit against the tobacco industry after the House voted to bar the Justice Department from asking another agency to help pick up the tab.
Jet, turboprop nearly collided at N.Y.'s La Guardia By Don Phillips
A US Airways Shuttle jetliner and a corporate turboprop missed colliding by 100 to 300 feet at a La Guardia Airport runway intersection last Monday when a controller cleared the turboprop to take off as the jetliner touched down to land, the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed Sunday.
Accusations fly at gas hearing
CHICAGO -- Oil and ethanol industry executives blamed each other for rising gas prices Monday at a congressional hearing designed to examine why drivers are paying more than $2 a gallon in cities such as Chicago and Milwaukee.
Gore to propose retirement savings plan for low, middle income families
WASHINGTON -- Vice President Al Gore, moving to outflank Texas Gov. George W. Bush in the Social Security debate, will propose an ambitious retirement savings plan that would offer financial help to working-class and middle-income families who now find it difficult to save for retirement.
Death penalty politics shifting
When Fred Steeper, George W. Bush's pollster and a strong advocate of the death penalty, conducted a survey of Illinois voters in January, the responses to questions about capital punishment gave him ''pause as to figuring out what is going on.''
Much finger-pointing over soaring gas prices, but no clear answers
WASHINGTON -- With gasoline prices soaring, there's been no shortage of blame -- rising oil prices, pipeline problems, short supplies, cleaner gasoline requirements and even an esoteric patent dispute, to name a few.
Two die when train hits car at crossing
MIAMI (AP) -- A freight train slammed into a car at a railroad crossing, killing two passengers, after the 17-year-old driver allegedly ignored warning lights.
Study: Nearly a million lose Medicaid
WASHINGTON -- Nearly a million low-income parents have lost their Medicaid coverage and probably are uninsured as a consequence of welfare overhaul, says a new study by an advocacy group that lobbies for universal health coverage.
Report: Kids working on farms endangered
NEW YORK (AP) -- Hundreds of thousands of children are laboring under dangerous conditions in U.S. agriculture, Human Rights Watch charged in a report issued Tuesday.
WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators have approved a merger that will leave one company dominating many U.S. medicine cabinets.
Security experts on guard for new computer virus
NEW YORK (AP) -- A new computer virus disguised as a joke about male and female relationships has hit several large corporations, but security experts said it was spreading relatively slowly Monday.
Support for abortion ebbs, but poll shows opposition to constitutional ban
WASHINGTON -- More than one-quarter-century after the Supreme Court established a constitutional right to abortion, overall support for the landmark Roe vs. Wade decision seems to be softening as Americans adopt a more nuanced view of the circumstances under which abortions should be allowed, according to a new Los Angeles Times poll.
Gore toughens stance on high gas prices
WASHINGTON -- Vice President Al Gore, toughening his stand on high gas prices, voiced suspicion of oil companies' huge profits and called for an investigation into collusion, antitrust violations and price gouging.
Coping with high gas prices
Rainy weather is not keeping Bill Denzer off the St. Croix River this summer. High gas prices are.
United, American to lower altitude flight paths to reduce delays
CHICAGO (AP) -- United and American Airlines have agreed to allow some short-distance flights to use lower-altitude paths at O'Hare International Airport to help reduce delays nationwide.
Missing secrets investigators keying on scientists with access to vault
WASHINGTON -- The investigation into the disappearance -- and mysterious reappearance -- of two computer hard drives holding nuclear secrets at the Los Alamos weapons laboratory is narrowing on several scientists who have given contradictory answers, government officials say.
Firefighters gain upper hand in Colorado
PINE JUNCTION, Colo. -- The house, the flower garden and the barn are gone and the only evidence of the log deck is a line of nails in the ashes. Steve and Patsy Kruzek have nothing but memories left of their dream home for 18 years.
Study: Laws do little to curb underage drinking
BOSTON -- A high percentage of college binge drinkers are white males under the legal drinking age of 21 who find cheap or free alcohol at fraternity parties or local bars, according to a new study by the Harvard School of Public Health.
Jurors have second thoughts about man facing execution
HOUSTON (AP) -- Former jurors who convicted and condemned a man facing execution this week say they might have found him innocent had they heard evidence offered up by the inmate's lawyer.
Independent senator joins Republican Party
MORRIS (AP) -- State Sen. Charlie Berg completed the political circuit. Now he's back to where he started.
Actress Nancy Marchand, known for 'The Sopranos' and 'Lou Grant,' dies at 71
Nancy Marchand, the shrewish, scheming matriarch of ''The Sopranos'' cable television series and the patrician newspaper publisher on the long-running ''Lou Grant'' show, has died at 71.
Indian museum puts perspective on history
CODY, Wyo. (AP) -- Visitors streamed into the rebuilt Plains Indian Museum on Saturday to view $3.8 million worth of new exhibits that museum officials and American Indians expect to provide a more complete picture of the lives of past and contemporary Indians.
Court bans states from foreign policy
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court on Monday made it harder for states to refuse to buy from companies that do business in nations known for human-rights abuses.
School prayer banned in key court test
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court, in the most far-reaching school prayer decision in nearly a decade, ruled Monday that public school districts cannot let students lead stadium crowds in prayer before high school football games.
WASHINGTON -- By 2020, New York stands to lose five House seats while California, already the largest state delegation with 52 members, would add nine if current Census Bureau population projections hold true, a private statistical group predicts.
Online CD trading takes off
BOSTON -- Trade Whitney for Britney, or Cream for Korn.
Fijian rebel says he will accept ethnic Indians in government
SUVA, Fiji -- A rebel leader who is holding an ethnic Indian prime minister and 30 others hostage in parliament said Monday he would accept the appointment of ethnic Indians to the country's next government, signaling progress to the crisis.
Fuel efficiency standards a masterpiece of compromise
WASHINGTON -- If politics is the fine art of compromise, the Senate produced a masterpiece on the delicate issue of auto fuel efficiency standards that left both sides claiming they'd won.
Wrongful death suit trial in Waco tragedy begins
WACO, Texas -- Seven years ago, during the long government standoff with the Branch Davidians, an FBI criminal profiler warned the on-scene commander about using force to end the siege.
Which Lakers will show up for Game 6?
LOS ANGELES -- If it was free and easy, it wouldn't be the same melodramatic, charismatic Los Angeles Lakers you have come to know and love and hate and love and hate.
O'Neal, Bryant lead L.A. to title
LOS ANGELES -- All they had to do was follow the stars, who burned bright, burned long, and burned to be champions.
Fox gets physical when he gets mental
LOS ANGELES -- When the scoreboard camera spans the Staples Center for movie stars Monday night -- you know, the only part of the game where everybody actually pays attention -- it needs to make an extra stop.
LSU roars from behind to win CWS
OMAHA, Neb. -- The College World Series had not exactly been a personal showcase for Louisiana State's Brad Cresse before he came to the plate with two runners on in the bottom of the ninth inning of Saturday's championship game against Stanford.
Yankees reverse slide; White Sox win
Hitting the road changed the fortunes of the struggling New York Yankees.
Nine-run first leads White Sox to sweep
Baseball's best team swept a four-game series at Yankee Stadium, and it wasn't New York.
Comets down Lynx
HOUSTON (AP) -- Cynthia Cooper, who led the Houston's WNBA victory over Minnesota with a season-high 25 points, said the Comets had difficulty ending the Lynx's franchise records for consecutive wins and consecutive road victories in a battle between the top two teams.
Call of the Wild: Lemaire hired by Minnesota
ST. PAUL -- Because of his relationship with general manager Doug Risebrough, Jacques Lemaire is willing to endure the losing that's sure to greet the expansion Minnesota Wild.
A long time coming for the City of Champions
LOS ANGELES -- So this is how it looks.
Small town stunned by high school hazing arrests
WINSLOW, Ariz. (AP) -- The pecking order on the Winslow High School basketball team's bus was obvious -- freshmen in front, next to the coach, junior varsity in the middle, varsity in back.
Could Lemaire be the coach of the Wild?
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Wild will hire Hall of Famer Jacques Lemaire as their first head coach, a source said Sunday.
Shaq made the difference
LOS ANGELES -- Go ahead, Los Angeles, enjoy the Lakers' seventh championship since they moved to this city.
Mariners stop Twins
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Seattle Mariners are finally heading home with some momentum.
ST. CLOUD -- Ione C. Anderson, 84, St. Cloud, died today, June 20, 2000, at Benet Place, St. Cloud.
Velma M. Brownfield
LITTLE FALLS -- Velma M. (Lightner-Johnson) Brownfield, 88, of the Lutheran Care Center in Little Falls, died Monday, June 19, 2000, at the care center.
Douglas J. Campion
LITTLE FALLS -- Douglas J. Campion, 30, Little Falls, died Sunday, June 18, 2000, at the St. Cloud Hospital.
Velma M. Brownfield
LITTLE FALLS -- Velma M. (Lightner Johnson) Brownfield, 88, Little Falls, died today, Monday, June 19, 2000, at Lutheran Care Center of Little Falls.
Vaughn F. Clark, 50, 3202 Indigo Road, Baxter, died Sunday, June 18, 2000, at St. Cloud Hospital.
Anton 'Tony' Kolbeck
CUSHING -- Anton "Tony" Kolbeck, 65, Cushing, died Saturday, June 17, 2000, at home.
Roman P. Ebnet
LONG PRAIRIE -- Roman P. Ebnet, 82, Long Prairie, died Sunday, June 18, 2000, at the Long Prairie Memorial Hospital.
Douglas J. Campion
LITTLE FALLS -- Douglas James Campion, 30, Little Falls, died Sunday, June 19, 2000, at St. Cloud Hospital.
ST. CLOUD -- Robert J. Patenaude, 83, St. Cloud, died Monday, June 19, 2000, at St. Cloud Hospital.
Astrid V. Jackson
McGREGOR -- Astrid V. Jackson, 81, McGregor, and formerly of Palisade, died Thursday, June 15, 2000, at Riverwood Health Care Center of Aitkin.
Marguerite J. Bzdok
LITTLE FALLS -- Marguerite J. Bzdok, 89, Little Falls, died Friday, June 16, 2000, at the Lutheran Care Center in Little Falls.
Mildred M. Welsh-Erickson
Mildred M. (Bredenberg) Welsh-Erickson, 98, Brainerd, died Saturday, June 17, 2000, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village of Brainerd.
Helen I. Peterson
HOYT LAKES -- Helen I. Peterson, 82, Hoyt Lakes, died Thursday, June 15, 2000, at her home.
Mary Ellen Lovelace
STAPLES -- Mary Ellen Lovelace, 40, Staples, died Sunday, June 18, 2000, at St. Cloud Hospital.
Mildred M. (Bredenberg) Welsh-Erickson
Mildred M. Bredenberg Welsh-Erickson, 98, Brainerd, died Saturday, June 17, 2000, at Bethany Good Samaritan Village in Brainerd.
Our mounting arsenals
Guns and good news. They do not often mix. The Justice Department reported the other day that Brady Law background checks stopped 204,000 people from getting guns last year -- people who should not be in possession of weapons. They are felons and people under felony indictment. They are people who have histories of domestic violence. And some people with histories of mental illness in states that keep good records about such things.
Brainerd baseball - Dispatch Editorial
America's national pastime is alive and well in Brainerd.
WASHINGTON -- In the annals of politics, there have been few pieces of social research which have decisively affected the course of policy debate. Michael Harrington's ''The Other America'' opened the eyes of the nation--and of Presidents Kennedy and Johnson--to the extent of poverty in this nation. Daniel Patrick Moynihan's essay on ''The Negro Family'' alerted President Nixon and his successors to the plight of female-headed welfare families.
Startling headlines announced that Minnesota state prisons suffer the nation's worst racial disparities.
Candidates take a tip from constituents
NEW YORK -- Now that just about all national political candidates believe to some small degree in the idea of investing, they have begun to catch up with the rest of the public.
A boon for multimillionaires
The following editorial appeared in Sunday's Los Angeles Times:
No one wants to talk politics
Along Minnesota's main streets, in communities large and small, recent invitations to talk politics found few takers. Some folks cringed; others brushed off queries, pointing out that elections were months away.
There are a large number of military veterans who aren't eligible for membership in most veterans service organizations due to the dates they served in the armed forces.
Last weekend, while returning from a fishing excursion on a remote lake near Crosby, my son and I were stopped by our area conservation officer, James Tischler.
Treichler pulls sweep in street stocks
North Central Motor Speedway saw a record 116 competitive cars race on Saturday night.
Now they know who he is; Castroneves wins in Detroit
DETROIT (AP) -- No more Helio Who?
Cheever wins Radisson 200
FOUNTAIN, Colo. (AP) -- Fourteen months ago, Eddie Cheever Jr. gambled on a new engine for his race car.
Mayfield taps Earnhardt to win Pocono 500
LONG POND, Pa. ( -- As he rode the rear bumper of a slower Dale Earnhardt with the outcome hanging in the balance, Jeremy Mayfield decided he could win.
Rain, fog postpone Pocono 500
LONG POND, Pa. (AP) -- When Dale Earnhardt offers advice to his sons, listening is advisable, and not only because he owns their cars.
Braves coast past Fort Ripley
FORT RIPLEY -- The Brainerd Braves pounded out 14 hits Sunday as they easily got past Fort Ripley 13-2 in seven innings in the Victory League.
Northwoods League Baseball
Baxter Parks and Recreation
Local sports shorts
CROSBY -- The 21st annual Serpent Four and Pepsi One Ranger Mile Road Races will be held on Saturday, July 8 in Crosby.
O'Brien wraps up his 'dream' college career in
Playing four years of Division I college baseball is a dream for many.
Gulls' bats quiet at home
The Brainerd Mighty Gulls are swinging hot bats on the road.But at home, the Gulls continue to struggle.
Around the nation
Albany,N.Y. 74 53 clr
Mostly cloudy tonight. A 40 percent chance of showers. Lows in the upper 50s. West wind 10 to 20 mph.
Around the world
Amsterdam 88 65 clr
Around the nation
Albany,N.Y. 65 56 .15 cdy
Weather drawing by Mary Kate Shipman of Mrs. Brenny's third grade class at Baxter school.
Tonight...Partly cloudy with thunderstorms likely. Lows in the lower 60s. Southeast wind 10 to 20 mph becoming south. Rain chance 80 percent.
Flying a kite
Weather drawing by Ashley Dunbar of Sharon Jendro's first grade class at Lowell school.
Around the world
Amsterdam 91 66 cdy
Names and faces
RADNOR, Pa. (AP) -- If Barbara Walters is thinking about jumping ship when her ABC contract expires this fall, CBS News would gladly welcome her aboard, according to TV Guide.
Appreciation is best gift students can give teachers
DEAR ABBY: Get out the wet noodle for your answer to ''A Parent in Oregon.'' As a public school teacher, I'd be insulted if I received a package of construction paper or pencils as an end-of-the-year gift.
New use for old cell phones
Dear Heloise: I recently heard of a program that uses DONATED USED CELL PHONES for battered-women's shelters. The purpose is to provide battered women with protection.
Prostate cancer screening can be dad's gift of life
DEAR ABBY: You suggested that we all give our mothers a mammogram for Mother's Day. May I also suggest that we give our fathers a prostate cancer screening for Father's Day?
Names and faces
HANOVER, Germany (AP) -- A German journalist says Princess Caroline of Monaco's husband made threatening and obscene phone calls to her after her newspaper reported that he had urinated in public, police said Monday.
Dodge the bad weather
Dear Heloise: My husband and I travel a lot, and, as we all know, the weather can change at any moment. To help us, we purchased a PORTABLE WEATHER SCANNER RADIO. It picks up the nearest weather-forecasting center wherever we are.
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