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Word of the Day Monday, March 30, 2015
Funambulist came to English in the late 1700s from the Latin fūnambulus meaning "ropedancer."

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Believe It or Not, Rihanna Does Find One Thing Challenging
Rihanna, Jim Parsons, and Steve Martin are the unlikely trio at the center of the new animated film Home, which hits theaters today. The fil

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Goro Will Be Coming to Mortal Kombat X as DCL, Eventually - IGN News
During today's Mortal Kombat X livestream, NetherRealm revealed that gamers will be able to add Goro to their roster of fighters even

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A wild ride on world's tallest giga-coaster
NBC's Kevin Tibbles rides the "Fury 325" at Carowinds Theme Park in Charlotte, North Carolina, spiraling and hurtling at 325 feet in the sky

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Lena Dunham under fire for 'dog or Jewish boyfriend?' essay
Director, actress and author Lena Dunham is under fire for a so-called quiz in The New Yorker this week which asks "Do the following

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American Scene
 
Air Canada plane skids off runway in chaotic landing
The Air Canada plane made an "abrupt" landing at the Halifax airport in bad weather and skidded off the runway, as officials say 25 people s

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Investigators discover co-pilot Andreas Lubitz's torn up-doctor's notes
NBC's Katy Tur reports on what we are learning about the co-pilot who flew a Germanwings plane bound to Dusseldorf, Germany from Barcelona i

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Is enough being done to screen pilots for mental illness?
Dr. Ryan Shugarman, who conducts mental health evaluations for pilots in the U.S., joins TODAY to talk about the best ways to asses a pilot'

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University of Oklahoma students learned racist chant at national frat event
University of Oklahoma's President David Boren says members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon learned the chant four years ago at an annual leadership

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Simple 'life hacks' for those pesky situations
TODAY's Shenielle Jones is in the Orange Room with some helpful life hacks like how to beat brain freeze and other "body hacks."

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Demystifying superfoods: Serving up simple recipes for healthy meals
Chef Todd Fisher of Tarpy's Roadhouse joins the TODAY Kitchen to share some of the best ways to use superfoods like cauliflower, kale

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Airstrikes Continue Against ISIL in Syria, Iraq
All aircraft returned to base safely.

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Nigeria’s Presidential Election Pushes into Sunday
Voting in Nigerias presidential election is being extended into Sunday after technical glitches with an electronic voter verification system

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Carter, NATO Official Meet at Pentagon to Discuss Issues
The two leaders discussed Russian actions in Ukraine and the status of NATO assurance activities, instability in North Africa

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8 ways to boost your immune system
Dr. Evelyn Minaya and nutrition expert Brooke Alpert share some unconventional ways to boost your immune system including eating mushrooms

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Community
 
Today in History March 30
Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan is wounded in an assassination attempt; The U.S. reaches a deal with Russia to bu

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See Hollywood's Highest Paid Actors!
Which actors are bringing home the biggest salaries? Well, It's all about the Benjamin's for these stars because they are getting paid!

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Katy Perry on Her Ever-Changing Hair Color: I Like to Play and Have Fun
Katy Perry may Roar like a lion, but she changes hair color like a chameleon. The Super Bowl XLIX halftime performer has donned about

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#RunforTODAY: Family joins forces to honor fallen hero
TODAY's Erica Hill has the story on a mom from Maryland, Colleen O'Hare, whose passion for running took on a new meaning when her husband

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Pythons on the prowl: Snakes take over Florida Everglades
The Florida Everglades are now home to an invader that's turning the natural balance of that delicate eco-system upside down - the Burmese

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Editorial
 
Every Day Is ‘April Fool’s Day In Pinellas County
This is the group who invented full time April Fool on citizens of Pinellas County

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The Director of Navy Staff sent the following message to all Navy Units:
Latest Info for Sailors and Families on ISIS List

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On The Right - Hillary Rode More Coattails Than She Broke Glass Ceilings
Hillary Clinton's expected presidential run is being hailed as a chance to shatter the glass ceiling.

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On The Right - Hillary's Email Scandal: Clinton Fatigue Arrives Early
Had Richard Nixon burned his tapes, he would have survived Watergate. Sure, there would have been a major firestorm, but no smoking gun.

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On The Left - Why Americans Can't Get A Raise: Deference To Shareholders
The extinction of the American raise — dead as a dodo, by every empirical measure — has become a truth universally acknowledged.

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Announcements
 
Hydroponics 101 will grow on you
Hydroponics is the growing of plants without soil. In Hydroponics 101, participants will learn to unravel the mysteries of hydroponics

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Friday Movie Matinee
Phone 727-784-3332 x 3006 for additional details.

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Reclaimed water seasonal restrictions begin in April
Restrictions for reclaimed water irrigation are in effect from April 1 to June 30

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The Pasco Fine Arts Council, Inc. is now accepting registrations
PFAC is located at 5744 Moog Road, Holiday.

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City of Safety Harbor Seeks 4th of July Firework Sponsors
If you or your company are interested in becoming a Safety Harbor 4th of July Celebration Sponsor or would like more information

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