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WATCH: Squirrel appears intoxicated after woman accidentally feeds it fermented pear

A squirrel in Minnesota apparently got drunk after eating an old fermented pear. The woman that left out the fruit caught the squirrel stumbling on video. See the full story.
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Couple celebrates 76th wedding anniversary together after 8-month long COVID separation

An elderly couple that has been married for 76 years had one reason to be thankful this year: they could finally spend the holidays together. They also celebrated their anniversary after being separated due to COVID. Read on.
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Whole Foods alerts customers to ‘quality’ issue with Thanksgiving turkeys

A number of Whole Foods customers awoke on Thanksgiving to an email notifying them of a “quality” issue with their holiday turkeys. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Alligator dubbed the 'Dollar Store Gator' removed after residents throw glass, rocks at it

A 10-foot alligator was removed from a creek near a Dollar Store after nearby residents started throwing glass and rocks at it. Officials responded to concerns that it was getting too comfortable with humans. Read more now.
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Doctor recreates the last thing COVID-19 patients see before dying in chilling viral video

A doctor in St. Louis is hoping to scare some people straight into wearing face masks when in public to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. See the full story now.
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Holiday shopping trends change with pandemic as online sales increase

Holiday shopping presents a unique situation with the pandemic this year. LSU Marketing Professor Dan Rice said online sales increased 32 percent in the second quarter of 2020. Read more now.
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Doctor hugged distraught COVID patient on Thanksgiving after warning 'darkest days' ahead

A doctor and a distraught elderly patient were captured embracing over the Thanksgiving holiday in a touching moment. As emotions ran high, the Texas doctor did the unthinkable and hugged the man, who is in the intensive-care unit. Read more.
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In a year of nothing normal, Black Friday a subdued scene

Crowds of Black Friday shoppers are smaller this year than in previous years. A Deloitte survey found that 61% of consumers planned to shop online compared with 54% who said they would be shopping in person.
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AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trials called into question after technical mistake in study

Following the announcement of promising results for its COVID-19 vaccine earlier this week, AstraZeneca is now facing major questions about how it conducted its trials.
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7 hosting tips for a stress-free Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some holiday tips, from defrosting the turkey ahead of time, to meal prepping, to avoiding politics at the dinner table.
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