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Mariah Carey squashes claims of custody battle with ex-husband Nick Cannon

ABC/Randy HolmesEven though Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are no longer a couple, the singer says rumors of a custody battle between her and her ex-husband are just that. 

Mimi denied the claim, previously made by the National Enquirer, with an Instagram message. “There’s no validity or truth to the false allegations looming in the press regarding our family.  

Nick is the father my children, we will always stand up for each other, have each other’s backs and we will always remain a strong family,” she writes. Nick and Mariah share five-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe

As previously reported, Nick stated on Instagram last week that he threatened to sue the publication for “lies.” “So @enquirer wants to play around with my children. Only Evil operates in this manner. What is the purpose? Except to exemplify pure immoral wickedness. If you report these lies expect a slander and defamation lawsuit,” he wrote.  

Mariah also recently congratulated Nick after the birth of his son, Golden “Sagon” Cannon. Golden is Nick’s first child with ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell and third child overall. 

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Pink to headline UK’s V Festival, waxes poetic over breastfeeding

ABC/Heidi GutmanHere’s more proof that 2017 is going to bring us new music from Pink: she’s headlining the U.K.’s annual V Festival.

The festival takes place August 19 and 20 in Staffordshire and Chelmsford, England.  Along with Pink, the bill includes Jay Z, Ellie Goulding, Jason Derulo, Calum Scott, Sean Paul and Jess Glynne, who sang lead on Clean Bandit‘s “Rather Be.”

If you want to make the trek to the U.K. to check it all out, tickets go on sale this Friday.

Pink also has announced plans to perform at Ontario’s RBC BluesFest and Milwaukee’s Summerfest.  Her last album, The Truth About Love, came out in 2012, though she did score a hit last year with “Just Like Fire,” from the movie Alice Through the Looking Glass. In 2014, she released a joint album with Canadian musician Dallas Green under the name You + Me.

In other Pink news, she posted a photo of herself on Sunday breastfeeding her new son Jameson, while lying on a bed with daughter Willow.  She captioned the photo with a quote from the 13th century Persian poet Rumi: “I was dead- I came alive. I was tears- I became laughter. Love’s wealth arrived, And I became Everlasting fortune.”



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Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom reunite at Oscars after-party

Dave M. Benett/VF17/WireImageKaty Perry‘s been all over the place lately promoting her new single “Chained to the Rhythm,” but she reunited with her main squeeze, Orlando Bloom, Sunday night at the Vanity Fair post-Oscar party.

Katy and Orlando didn’t walk the red carpet together, according to E! Online, but posted for photos together inside the bash.  Katy wore a bronze Jean Paul Gaultier gown and had her newly blonde hair in a sleek bob. People reports that while Katy’s been traveling to promote her music, Orlando has just returned from a UNICEF mission to Western Africa. 

Katy and Orlando have been together for nearly a year.

On Monday, Katy posted on Instagram, “Last night was wild! I even woke up with an Oscar! (harharharhar).”  That was the caption to a photo of her holding a small figurine of Sesame Street’s Oscar the Grouch.


Last night was wild! Even I woke up with an #Oscar! (harharharhar)

A post shared by KATY PERRY (@katyperry) on Feb 27, 2017 at 12:01pm PST


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Oscar Winners React to “Moonlight” Mixup and More

ABC/Tyler Golden(LOS ANGELES) — Oscar winners Mahershala Ali, Viola Davis and Emma Stone didn’t let the Best Picture Oscar flub affect their award-winning night. The three actors, who all won in their respective categories, are addressing the Oscar mix-up head on and how they recovered from the uncomfortable moment.

After it was revealed that an envelope mix-up caused Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway to incorrectly announce La La Land as the winner of Best Picture instead of Moonlight, the film’s Best Supporting Actor winner Ali, reflected on the surreal moment backstage.

“I didn’t even know what to do,” Ali tells ABC News’ Amy Robach. “I think I needed to hear them say it multiple times and really pull us up, but [producer] Jordan [Horowitz] who was speaking and accepting on behalf of La La Land is such a great guy, such a generous generous guy, that of course he was the one who said, ‘Oh, we didn’t win? Bring them up here.’  And I just absolutely love all of those folks up there.”

Davis, who won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in Fences and gave an epic speech, also was dumbfounded by the mix-up.

“Shock. Amazement. I think I lost my breath,” Davis explains. “I did. I think if I had seen that in the movies, I would have said, ‘That is so unrealistic!'”

While the error was undeniably shocking for the all parties involved, La La Land‘s Best Actress winner, Emma Stone, seemed genuinely happy for her best-picture competitors.

“I mean, I am so beyond excited for Moonlight,” she said. “I think Moonlight is one of the greatest films of all time, so as far as I’m concerned I think this is the coolest outcome ever but the process of getting there was a trip!”

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New ABC miniseries “When We Rise” documents the history of LGBT equal rights movement

ABC/Eike Schroter(NEW YORK ) — The new ABC miniseries When We Rise, beginning tonight, tells the mostly-unknown story behind the LGBT movement in the U.S., and the people who dedicated their lives to equality for gay men and women.

The miniseries was written by Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, and stars Guy Pearce, Mary-Louise Parker, Rachel Griffiths, Michelle K. Williams and Ivory Aquino as the real-life heroes of the movement.

“This covers four-and-a-half decades,” Dustin Lance Black tells ABC Radio.  The screenwriter, who won the Oscar for writing the 2008 film Milk, adds, “We go back to 1971, it comes all the way to 2013, and these are people who dedicated themselves to equality.”

“That’s really all we’re doing is sharing who we are,” he adds.  Black, who grew up in a Mormon household in San Antonio, Texas, tells ABC Radio, “It’s an introduction of my LGBT family to my Southern family. That’s how I’ve always seen this series and I do hope my Southern family and beyond — we might not agree all the time — but I do think they’ll relate to the struggle of, of, of these LGBT families and these moms who are trying to raise their kids.”

“I hope people, when they tune in and watch this, understand that we are stronger together,” Black says when asked what he hopes viewers will take away from When We Rise.  “Yes, we’re in, we’re in divisive times right now, but we can lock arms. We can come together and we can start to move forward again.” 

When We Rise starts tonight, February 27 at 9 pm. ET, and runs through March 3 on ABC.

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Steve Harvey pokes fun at the Oscars mix-up

Venturelli/WireImage(LOS ANGELES) — Comedian Steve Harvey is weighing in on the embarrassing mix-up that went down at the Oscars Sunday night when La La Land was mistakenly named Best Picture at the 89th Academy Awards.

After Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway had announced that La La Land won for Best Picture, it was revealed that Beatty had been handed the wrong envelope and that Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight was the actual winner.

“Guys, this is very unfortunate what happened,” Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel said while on stage. “I blame Steve Harvey for this.”

The mix-up, which went viral overnight, drew immediate comparisons to Harvey’s infamous 2015 Miss Universe pageant flub, when he incorrectly announced Miss Colombia as the winner instead of Miss Philippines, who had actually won.

“Good morning everybody!” Harvey tweeted early Monday morning addressing Sunday’s Oscars. “Went to sleep early last night. So… what I miss? #Oscars.”

The comedian-host continued, telling fans to tune into his radio show to hear his comments on the Oscars mix-up. “You Know I have something to say,” he wrote.

He then took a playful jab at Beatty by offering his help.

“Call me Warren Beatty. I can help you get through this! #Oscars,” he said.

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Report: Steelers’ Antonio Brown is now the NFL’s highest-paid wide receiver

Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images(PITTSBURGH) — Antonio Brown may now be the higest-paid wide receiver in the NFL.

Sources tell ESPN Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers have agreed to a four-year, $61 million deal.

The 28-year-old wide receiver will remain with the Steelers through the 2021 season, making $18.5 million in the first three years of the contract and $12.5 million in the fourth, sources said to ESPN.

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Jury seated in Aaron Hernandez trial

John Blanding/The Boston Globe via Getty Images(BOSTON) — The full complement of jurors was chosen Monday to hear the trial of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez.

The 16 jurors selected will be sworn on Wednesday, with opening statements and testimony expected to follow.

Hernandez, 27, is charged in a double murder outside a Boston nightclub. The former New England Patriots tight end has already been convicted in a deadly shooting in another part of the state.

Hernandez will go on trial not far from where his former team celebrated its Super Bowl victory.

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Report: Andrew Bogut seeking to be released by 76ers

Miguel Tovar/LatinContent/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Just days after being traded to the Philadelphia 76ers, Andrew Bogut is reportedly seeking to get released.

Sources tell ESPN the center is in active buyout negotiations with Philadelphia, and should he get released, the Cleveland Cavaliers appear to be the front-runner in signing him.

Bogut, 32, is hoping he can be released by Wednesday, ESPN reports.

The Dallas Mavericks traded Bogut, along with shooting guard Justin Anderson and a conditional first-round pick, to the Sixers last Thursday in exchange for forward Nerlens Noel.

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Duo gets prison time for racial slurs, death threats at black child’s birthday party

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office(ATLANTA) — A Georgia judge sentenced a couple to prison time today for their involvement in a 2015 incident in which a group they were part of waved Confederate flags, shouted racial slurs and made armed threats, all at adults and children attending a child’s party outside of Atlanta.

Jose Torres, 26, and Kayla Norton, 25, cried Monday in a Douglas County court as they were sentenced to 20 years and 15 years in jail, respectively.

In July 2015, the parents of three children were part of a group of Confederate flag supporters calling themselves Respect the Flag. For two days that summer, the group rode around in pickup trucks threatening black families and calling them racial slurs across two counties in the Atlanta suburbs.

The group targeted black families shortly after the Charleston church massacre because its members were upset that South Carolina had responded to the brutal slayings by removing the Confederate battle flag from various sites.

At one point, the group pulled up to a birthday party for a black child in Douglasville. The group’s members allegedly threatened to kill the partygoers, with Torres confronting the family with a gun that Norton had loaded. The family called the police.

Video of the incident was posted on YouTube by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

In an indictment, Torres and Norton, among others, were charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats and violation of the state’s Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.

Through tears, Norton addressed the relatives of the child whose birthday she and others disrupted.

“That is not me. That is not me. That is not him,” Norton said in court after her sentencing. “I would never walk up to you and say those words to you. And I am so sorry that happened to you.”

Four people were charged with felonies, according to ABC affiliate; however, the other two people pleaded guilty and got shorter prison terms.

The judge, saying Torres and Norton had committed a hate crime, also banned them from entering Douglas County after they were released from prison.

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Sessions questions Justice Department reports on Ferguson and Chicago policing

Win McNamee/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Newly minted Attorney General Jeff Sessions questioned reports published by his agency about policing in Chicago and Ferguson, Missouri, describing “some of it” as “pretty anecdotal and not so scientifically based.”

While admitting that he had not read the reports, but instead viewed summaries, Sessions questioned the department’s findings using the “anecdotal” critique and cautioned that there will always be some mistakes.

“You have 800,000 police in America, imagine a city of 800,000 people,” said Sessions. “There’s going to be some crime in it, some people are going to make errors.”

The Chicago investigation, released in January, found “systemic deficiencies” in the city’s police department including violations of the U.S. Constitution.

The 161-page report, capping a year-long investigation, identified the use of deadly force by officers, “racially discriminatory conduct,” a lack of investigation into cases, unfair advancement policies and poor support for officer welfare as areas warranting reform.

“In the course of its pattern or practice investigation, the department interviewed and met with city leaders, current and former police officials, and numerous officers throughout all ranks of CPD,” the DOJ said in a release at the time. “The department also accompanied line officers on over 60 ride-alongs in every police district; heard from over 1,000 community members and more than 90 community organizations; reviewed thousands of pages of police documents, including all relevant policies, procedures, training and materials; and analyzed a randomized, representative sample of force reports and the investigative files for incidents that occurred between January 2011 and April 2016, including over 170 officer-involved shooting investigations and documents related to over 400 additional force incidents.”

In Ferguson, the site of the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in 2014, the Justice Department found extreme instances of racial bias, use of excessive force and a focus on generating revenue through policing.

The report found that African-Americans were targeted in 85 percent of vehicle stops, received 90 percent of the city’s citations and made up 93 percent of arrests, while only comprising 67 percent of the population.

Sessions said Monday that he “really worr[ies] about Chicago,” citing an uptick in murders and a reduction in stops and arrests there. He also said he believes that prosecution of gun-related crimes would reduce crime and that police are no longer as engaged in policing, contributing to increased violence.

Upon the release of January’s report, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch said that “one of [her] highest priorities” was to “ensure that every American enjoys police protection that is lawful, responsive and transparent.”

“Sadly, our thorough investigation into the Chicago Police Department found that far too many residents of this proud city have not received that kind of policing,” said Lynch.

As a result of the investigation, the Justice Department and the city signed an agreement to cooperate on a federal court-enforceable consent decree addressing the deficiencies. Sessions did not offer comment on that agreement Monday.

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At least 4 dead after small plane crashes into California homes

KABC-TV(RIVERSIDE, Calif.) — At least four people are dead and one hospitalized after a small plane crashed into two homes in Riverside, California, according to officials.

Riverside Fire Chief Michael Moore said officials are actively searching for more victims and the two homes were destroyed.

The Federal Aviation Administration said the Cessna 310 crashed under unknown circumstances about a half-mile northeast of Riverside Municipal Airport. The plane was headed to San Jose from Riverside, according to the FAA.

The people on board the plane were coming from a cheer conference, Moore said.

Shannon Flores, a teacher at a nearby school in Riverside, told ABC affiliate KABC-TV she and her students saw the plane from their building.

“It was just flying very, very low,” she said. “We knew it shouldn’t have been flying that low and that it was definitely going down.”

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SpaceX announces planned private trip around moon in 2018

Alex Wong/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — SpaceX, the space technology and exploration company founded by billionaire Elon Musk, plans to fly a pair of civilians around the moon and back to Earth in 2018, the company announced Monday.

According to Musk, SpaceX was approached by the two individuals who expressed interest in the mission, which is expected to skim the moon and carry them into deep space on the company’s Dragon Capsule and Falcon Heavy rocket after launch from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

A press release from SpaceX noted that the pair “have already paid a significant deposit to do a moon mission.” Musk declined to reveal the clients’ identities. The company said that additional information about the team will be released following approval, health and fitness tests.

SpaceX is planning to send an unmanned Dragon craft to the International Space Station later in the year before launching a manned mission in 2018. The company has contracted by NASA to continue missions to the space station at a rate of four per year.

The trip around the moon is scheduled to take place after SpaceX has completed successful manned missions for NASA.

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A closer look at congressional probes into Russia and alleged Trump associate contacts

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — On Capitol Hill, it seems that not a day goes by without another lawmaker — usually but not always a Democrat — calling for an investigation, special prosecutor or independent commission to delve into the alleged contacts between the Trump campaign, transition and administration and Russian government officials.

Sources have told ABC News that U.S. authorities were probing communications between the associates and suspected members of the Russian intelligence community ahead of the election, allegations Trump has repeatedly decried as “fake news.” An FBI probe into the matter is ongoing.

Below is a look at the existing congressional probes related to the alleged contacts, into Russia, which the intelligence community concluded orchestrated an elaborate campaign to interfere in the 2016 election, as well as the leaks to the media surrounding the stories.

Trump associates’ alleged contacts with Russia

Senate Intelligence Committee

Chairman Richard Burr, R-North Carolina, gave the first public details on his panel’s inquiry on Dec. 16, before Trump was sworn in. The probe was prompted by, according to Burr’s statement, “the underpinnings of the intelligence” that prompted the intelligence community to release a statement in October that said it “is confident that the Russian Government directed the recent compromises of e-mails from US persons and institutions, including from US political organizations.” It later revised its mission statement to encompass the revelations from a more detailed January assessment of Russia hacking. Republican leaders have also said they expect the committee to call former national security adviser Gen. Mike Flynn to testify about his contacts with Russian officials. Flynn resigned after misleading Vice President Mike Pence about the contacts. Democrats are criticizing Burr this week over revelations that the White House communicated with Burr and his House counterpart to rebut reports that Trump associates had contacts with Russian officials during the campaign. Over the weekend, Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the panel, said in a statement, “I have said from the very beginning of this matter that if SSCI cannot properly conduct an independent investigation, I will support empowering whoever can do it right.”

House Intelligence Committee

This panel, overseen by Chairman Devin Nunes, never announced a separate investigation of Russia’s actions, but acknowledged in early December that the committee had been “closely monitoring Russia’s belligerence for years.” Nunes also noted that it has been looking into the underlying intelligence that prompted the conclusions in the intelligence community’s January assessment, including Russia’s alleged meddling in the 2016 election. Nunes, a Trump transition adviser, has diverged from the Senate Intelligence Committee in saying he has no plans to investigate Flynn’s conversations with Russian officials, saying in mid-February that “we’re not supposed to be listening to American phone calls.” He has said that he wants the FBI to investigate the leaks that have led to public reports about Trump officials’ alleged contacts with suspected Russian officials. Nunes said Monday that his committee is in the early stages of its work, but that his preliminary communication with the Intelligence Community has yielded no evidence of contacts between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, although he admitted that “that doesn’t mean they don’t exist.” But California Rep. Adam Schiff said that the committee has called no witnesses or interviewed the FBI. “We haven’t reached a conclusion, nor should we, on issues of collusion because we haven’t interviewed a single witness or reviewed a single document,” Schiff said.

Other probes

Senate Armed Services Committee

While this committee, headed by John McCain, is not formally investigating Russia’s interference in the election, as is the Intelligence Committee, McCain has resolved to make cybersecurity, and by extension Russia’s hacking, a big focus. “It’s all part of the larger issue of the cyber threat that we face from Russia, China and other countries. It’s another form of warfare,” McCain said on CBS in December. The committee held a hearing last month, during which Director of National Intelligence James Clapper was asked by Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill about the president’s statements that appeared to “trash the intelligence community,” like when he questioned their veracity by citing their ultimately incorrect assessment that Saddam Hussein harbored weapons of mass destruction. “There’s a difference between skepticism and disparagement,” Clapper said during the Jan. 5 hearing.

Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism

At the beginning of the month, Sens. Lindsey Graham and Sheldon Whitehouse, the chairman and top Democrat on the Judiciary Subcommittee, announced they would be investigating Russian efforts to influence democratic elections in the United States and abroad. “Our goal is simple – to the fullest extent possible we want to shine a light on Russian activities to undermine democracy. While some of our efforts will have to be held behind closed doors due to security concerns, we also hope to have an open discussion before the American people about Russia’s strategies to undermine democracy,” the two said in a statement.

House Oversight/Judiciary Committees

The chairmen of the two panels, Jason Chaffetz and Bob Goodlatte, have urged the Department of Justice Inspector General to investigate the leaks surrounding the Flynn calls with Russian officials, though they also say they are not interested in investigating Flynn himself. “We have serious concerns about the potential inadequate protection of classified information here,” they wrote to the DOJ IG on Feb. 15, two days after Flynn resigned. Chaffetz and his Oversight Ranking Member, Elijah Cummings, are also looking into Flynn’s speaking engagements in Russia in 2014 and 2015 to determine the amount and source of any funding he received to appear, and whether he received payments from foreign sources, which would be in violation of the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution. Chaffetz has also stressed the need to look into the leaks of sensitive information from within the intelligence community.

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A look at the 3 Pentagon reviews into the SEAL raid in Yemen — There are three reviews underway into the SEAL Team Six raid in Yemen last month that killed William “Ryan” Owens and some civilians, the Pentagon said Monday.

Owens was killed during a Jan. 29 nighttime raid targeting a rural compound in southern Yemen believed to be a key planning location for al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). The mission was designed as an intelligence-gathering mission on the terror group, but Owens’ death led Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, to question the White House spokesman’s assessment that the mission had successfully completed its objectives and was “a huge success.”

Over the weekend Owens’ father, William Owens, told the Miami Herald that he wanted an investigation into the Trump administration’s decision-making that signed off on the raid.

“I want an investigation,” he told the newspaper. “The government owes my son an investigation.”

The family declined further comment when contacted by ABC News on Monday.

“There already are multiple investigations going on about this,” Capt. Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, told reporters Monday, including something known as a “15-6” investigation.

In addition, “there’s an aircraft mishap investigation being done by the chain of command, there’s a civilian casualty assessment being done from [U.S. Central Command]. These are all still in progress,” Davis said.

Here is a look at what those terms mean.

The investigations

U.S. Central Command (Centcom) confirmed that a 15-6 investigation is underway into the circumstances of Owens’ death that is being conducted by the Navy.

A 15-6 investigation refers to Army regulation 15-6 that allows commands to appoint investigating officers to conduct informal investigations of a military incident or military fatality.

The deaths of all American service members deployed overseas lead to investigations conducted by investigating officers selected from the chain of command.

Family members are provided with copies of the final investigation reports, but they are only releasable to the general public through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.

A separate review is under way to determine the procedures and circumstances that led to the destruction of a Marine MV-22 Osprey called in to medevac SEALS wounded in the intense firefight.

The Osprey became inoperable after the crew made a “hard landing” that injured crew-members and disabled the aircraft, according to military officials. It was later destroyed by a U.S. airstrike to prevent it from going into the hands of AQAP fighters. Davis said the mishap investigation is also being conducted by the chain of command, presumably a reference to Centcom.

Centcom has also been conducting a civilian casualty credibility assessment that is triggered when allegations of civilian casualties are made, according to military officials.

Centcom launched that assessment shortly after the raid and determined there were some civilian casualties and is still looking to see if there are more casualties. But as Davis said Monday, officials are still in the assessment phase and if the allegations are found credible, then Centcom will launch an actual investigation into civilian casualties.

“We’re still in the first step. We’re in a credibility assessment,” Davis said.

A defense official later said it was better to characterize the three reviews as a casualty investigation and separate assessments into civilian casualties and the aviation mishap.

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Meet Lobo, Your Magic104.9 Pet of The Week!

Find Lobo at the Animal Services Center of the Mesilla, 3551 Bataan Memorial West. Open Monday through Friday Noon – 6pm and Weekends Noon to 5pm. This gregarious feline knows “man’s best friend”
doesn’t only apply to dogs! Take him home and his affectionate personality will always lift your spirits! He is already vaccinated, chipped, neutered and ready to go today. read more…

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks







  1. “Don’t Wanna Know” by Maroon 5
  2. “Scars To Your Beautiful” by Alessia Cara
  3. “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran
  4. “Water Under The Bridge” by Adele
  5. “Closer” by The Chain Smokers feat. Halsey

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks







  1. “Don’t Wanna Know” by Maroon 5
  2. “Scars To Your Beautiful” by Alessia Cara
  3. “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran
  4. “Water Under The Bridge” by Adele
  5. “Closer” by The Chain Smokers feat. Halsey

Meet Bodhi, Your Magic104.9 Pet of The Week!

Find Bodhi at the Animal Services Center of the Mesilla, 3551 Bataan Memorial West. Open Monday through Friday Noon – 6pm and Weekends Noon to 5pm. As handsome as he is clever, Bodhi is sure to leave an impression on you! He has lived at the shelter since July 2016, and he’s ready to leave the kennel and start a new life. He knows there are so many more experiences for him out in the world, and we know you’re just the person for him to have them with! read more…

Your Last Team Standing Winner Is…..Daniel Ramirez!

Congratulations going out to Daniel Ramirez! Our winner for “The Last Team Standing!”  He not only scored a brand new recliner thanks to Ashley Furniture Home Store, but thanks to Hooters of Las Cruces, he’s also taking home $150 in Hooters food for the big game this weekend! Enjoy this Big Game weekend Daniel, you deserve it champ!

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks







  1. “Don’t Wanna Know” by Maroon 5
  2. “Scars To Your Beautiful” by Alessia Cara
  3. “Water Under The Bridge” by Adele
  4. “Closer” by The Chain Smokers feat. Halsey
  5. “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran

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