Kinard stops by Dr. Juan’s office to learn how a multitude of different options of braces can land anyone the perfect smile.

Fourth of July is less than a week away, so Greg and Abbi get you all ready with an easy craft that can serve as a centerpiece for a party, or just a fun activity for the kids!

You’ll need:


-Red & Blue Food Coloring

-Mason Jars

-Tea Lights

Directions: Separate two cups of rice into two separate bowls.  Use red and blue food coloring to dye rice.  Then layer the rice in your mason jar, and add the tea light!

Miriam of ‘Two Men and a Truck’ stops by the studio to explain the difference between insurance and valuation when you’re moving.


Terror in Venezuela Tuesday as a police helicopter fired shots and grenades at the country’s Supreme Court building and interior ministry offices right in the center of the capital. The country’s controversial president, Nicolas Maduro, claims the police helicopter was stolen and is blaming a rogue group of government police forces, as well as outside influence from U.S. government. Some of President Maduro’s political opponents are accusing Maduro himself of orchestrating the incident. The violent incident  has added fuel and confusion to an ongoing months-long political crisis in Venezuela. At this point, it remains unclear whether Tuesday’s helicopter assault resulted in any casualties.

Charlotte,NC– The Charlotte Hornets announced Tuesday that guard Malik Monk will miss the Hornets Summer League Training Camp in Charlotte due to a sprained left ankle.

The Hornets say it’s doubtful that Monk will participate in the team’s games at the Mountain Dew Orlando Pro Summer League.

Monk’s rehab is expected to last two to four weeks and he is expected to be ready to participate in training camp prior to the start of the regular season.

The 6-3 guard was selected 11th overall in the 2017 NBA Draft by the Charlotte Hornets.  Monk led the SEC in total points scored (754), three-pointers made (104) and three-point field goal percentage (.397, 104-of-262) during the 2016-17 season.

The next time you fly, the TSA may force you to remove your reading material and food from your carry-on bag.

Although the decision has not been finalized, reports say the new screening process would require passengers to put their books and any snacks into bins, like they have to do for their laptops at the security check.

Reports say the agency is testing the new security measures at certain airports nationwide. The goal is to help TSA agents sift through hand luggage more effectively.

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Greg heads back to Strand Olive Oils, and learns some creative ways to incorporate balsamic vinegar into everyday recipes.

Abbi stops by Dr. Ryan’s office at Sawgrass Pediatric Dentistry for some tips on how to alleviate teething in kids, and some things you shouldn’t do when your child is teething.


A Supreme Court ruling yesterday was celebrated by the President online, what he called a victory for the United States – after the high court’s decision to allows parts of his travel ban to take effect. The ban will still have exceptions, mainly it cannot restrict foreign nationals who have a credible relationship with someone or entity in the U.S. The limited version of the travel ban still bars travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the U.S. for 90 days. The Department of Homeland Security says it will begin implementing the ban once there has been sufficient notice to the public. The full case will be heard this fall.

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