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March 24, 2014 - Hour: 1
Mac and Gaydos kickoff the show with the top five stories of the day, The Daily Download, including, a teen giving a police officer a parking ticket. Then we go to you, The Source, we want to know if it's ever okay to text someone that a loved one has died. Then, can you blame the economy for a Valley Mom's decision to leave her kids in a hot car? We speak with Amanda Bishop who's started a fund raising campaign for the woman. Mac and Gaydos close out the hour with Radioactive, where you pick which story we'll talk about. Today 50% of you picked "how would you feel watching deceased actors continuing to star in new movies?"
March 24, 2014 - Hour: 2
Find out what led investigators to conclude the missing Malaysian plane crashed into the Indian Ocean. Then, Mac takes on Becky Lynn in Fact or Fiction on the 30th Anniversary of the Breakfast Club (The Day the characters were sent to detention). Then, we go to you, the source. If you're the parent of a high schooler this is a segment you won't want to miss. It involves how you'd handle an issue with a teacher. Then, Mac and Gaydos cover ways you're wasting money and how to save it.
March 24, 2014 - Hour: 3
Missed today's top stories? Well Mac & Gaydos have the 5 must hear stories of the day in The Daily Download. Did the Malaysian government do a bad job of notifying the families of the passengers of Flight 370 that their loved ones are dead? A dog was given a candlelight vigil after mauling a 4 year old boy. The dog's fate is now up to the court system but why was there any type of a vigil for the child the dog attacked? A dad got a restraining order to keep a bully away from his 9 year old son. Is this becoming the new norm? We ask legal expert and news commentator Monica Lindstrom.
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