Before You Head Out The Door

Thursday, October 11, 2018

(Air1 News – Rafael Sierra) — Thursday’s top stories to get your day started. Don’t fear missing out. We’ve got what you need to stay in the know.


Hurricane Michael Slams Florida, Charges Into Southeast

AP/Gerald Herbert

(PANAMA CITY, Fla.) — Extensive damage, hundreds of thousands without power as Michael makes its mark in history.



US, Russian Astronauts Safe After Emergency Landing

Yuri Kochetkov, Pool Photo via AP

(BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan) — "Thank God, the crew is alive."


Limousine Service Operator Charged In Crash That Claimed 20 Lives

AP/Hans Pennink

(COBLESKILL, N.Y.) — His car was packed with luggage when he was stopped on a highway in New York.


Judge Mulls New Trial In $289M Roundup Award

AP/Reed Saxon

(SAN FRANCISCO) — The judge may order a new trial over whether the company’s weed-killer caused a groundskeeper’s cancer.


Google's Waze Expands Carpooling Service Across Country

AP/Eric Risberg

(SAN FRANCISCO) — An effort to reduce the commute-time congestion that the popular navigation app is designed to avoid.


Is 9-to-5 Even A Normal Workday Anymore?

Unsplash/Ryan Tang

(NEW YORK) — A recent survey said job seekers are willing to take a 20-percent pay cut to get 9-to-5 hours.


Ronald Reagan Comes Back To Life As A Hologram

AP/Amanda Lee Myers

(SIMI VALLEY, Calif.) — Three holograms will be shown at the late president's namesake library in Southern California.


Want To Buy A 12-Pound Chunk Of The Moon?

AP/Rodrique Ngowi

(BOSTON) — "One of the most important meteorites available for acquisition anywhere in the world today."


Today’s Verse of the Day from Proverbs 13:17 - An unreliable messenger stumbles into trouble, but a reliable messenger brings healing.


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