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October 24, 2021 47 min
Suzanne Stavert of AdventuresofEmptyNesters.com. is a travel writer, brand ambassador and culinary explorer and recently returned from a trip to Italy. Find out how she planned her international travel and what you can do to make your travel dreams come true.
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Real Estate News Radio with Rowena Patton
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A new episode of the Speaking of Travel + Leave No Trace Series with Richard Crawford, host of the Amazon Prime TV series Leave No Trace. Richard reflects how traveling surprises, and challenges, him.
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After a valiant battle against cancer, sadly 4 Star General Ray Odierno passed away last week. Retired U.S. Army Colonel James Hutton paid tribute to his former boss and friend this morning on First News on 570.
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Mark Smith, founder of Private Italy Tours, describes the most gorgeous country known for epic architecture, history, food, wine, and gracious people. Find out how the company is moving forward and all they have to offer.
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October 10, 2021 53 min
Real Estate News Radio with Rowena Patton
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Retired U.S. Army Colonel James Hutton breaks down the information from Wednesday's House hearing with top military brass over the botched withdrawal in Afghanistan
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Suzanne Stavert has a unique perspective to inspire empty nesters (and others) to find adventure wherever they go. Her blog, Adventures of Empty Nesters, is a movement and a valued resource. #findadventure
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Real Estate News Radio with Rowena Patton
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Stephanie Carroll Carson, co-owner of Gypsy Circus Cider Company, has many balls in the air. But she and her husband have found traveling with their kids is the most rewarding, exhilarating experience and builds unforgettable memories
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Real Estate News Radio with Rowena Patton
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A busy, fun-filled weekend is set to kick off across the Land of the Sky, and AVL Today's Brook Bolen has got her finger on the pulse of how you can make the most out of your trip to Asheville.
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With eyes across the nation turning from Gabby Petito's death to the search for her missing fiancé, Brian Laundrie, each twist in the story seems to provide more questions than answers. Buncombe County district attorney Todd Williams joins First News to lay out any potential charges he feels the Laundrie family could face if they did, in fact, obstruct investigators by withholding prudent information.
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As police officers around the nation continue to struggle with a lack of community backing, some are turning to mental health services to cope with their anxiety. Asheville police chief David Zack and Rick Baker of First Responder Services sit down with Mark Starling to discuss how members of the APD are utilizing these therapeutic sessions a year removed from last summer's violent protests.
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While a plethora of industries appear desperate to hire additional help, the ratio of open positions to quality employees remains disproportionate. Good help is hard to find, but why are so many businesses continuing to struggle with the hiring process? What are prospective employees saying about their own experiences? NBC News' Michael Bower has the details.
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The search for Gabby Petito's husband-to-be continues nearly two weeks after the Petitio family reported her missing, Brian Laundrie remains undetected and unaccounted for. Are authorities beginning to hone in on his possible location? National correspondent Rory O'Neall joins First News with more.
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As President Joe Biden made his inaugural speech at the United Nations General Assembly in New York CIty, the nation he leads is dealing with a variety of stateside crises, including a looming debt default if legislation to raise the ceiling stalls on Capitol Hill. National correspondent Rory O'Neall joins First News with details.
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Researchers have found that 32% of teen girls who cite "feeling bad about their body" also blame Instagram for exacerbating those sentiments. Now, a bipartisan Senate committee plans to open an investigation into Instagram as well as its parent company, Facebook. Model industry veteran Alice Laura joins First News with an inside look.
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The Taliban hasn't lived up to its previous promises of implementing an inclusive government, continuing to prevent women from holding roles in government and public life. But that hasn't stopped the group from prodding foreign nations to recognize their regime as legitimate, as the Taliban has gone so far as to ask the United Nations for representation. Fox News Radio's Simon Owen joins First News with details.
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September 21, 2021 9 min
As the Covid-19 pandemic appears set to stretch into Year 3, Pfizer is now saying that its brand of vaccine is effective to prevent infection in children ages 5-11. But will the FDA agree? Fox News Radio's Jeff Monosso has the details on First News.
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