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Taylor Swift scores a new #1 hit…on the country chart

Jason Merritt/LP5/Getty Images for TASTaylor Swift‘s been out of the country music game for a while, but she’s still got the magic touch when it comes to penning country hits.

Better Man,” a song written by Taylor and recorded by the superstar country group Little Big Town, has just reached #1 on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart. “Thanks to Taylor Swift for sending us this beautiful song,” the group’s Karen Fairchild tells Billboard.

Billboard notes that “Better Man” is the first #1 hit on this chart by a single songwriter person — in this case, Taylor — not a team of writers, since June of 2016, when “Humble and Kind,” a song written by Lori McKenna for Tim McGraw, topped the chart.  Before that, the last #1 hit penned by one person was 2012’s “Ours,” written by — you guessed it — Taylor Swift. 

The last 12 months have seen many pop stars appear on the country charts, either as performers or writers.  Meghan Trainor co-wrote a #1 hit for country group Rascal Flatts, for example, and scored another hit with country star Brett Eldredge with the Christmas duet “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” 

Meanwhile, Pink duetted with country star Kenny Chesney and hit #1 on the country chart, and Elle King did the same when she sang with country star Dierks Bentley.

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Sinead O’Connor apologizes to Arsenio Hall over Prince drugs claim; Hall drops lawsuit

BERTRAND GUAY/AFP/Getty ImagesRemember last year, when Sinead O’Connor claimed Arsenio Hall had supplied drugs to Prince?  And then Arsenio sued Sinead?  Regardless, it’s all been settled now.

To recap: Shortly after Prince died last April 21 from an overdose of the painkiller fentanyl, O’Connor posted on her Facebook page: “Two words for the DEA investigating where prince got his drugs over the decades…. Arsenio Hall.”  She added, “Arsenio I’ve reported you to the Carver County Sherriff’s office. Expect their call. They are aware you spiked me years ago at Eddie Murphy‘s house. You best get tidying your man cave.”

Three days later, Hall filed a $5 million defamation lawsuit in LA Superior Court against O’Connor, claiming she “maliciously published outlandish defamatory lies” about him.

Wednesday, a representative for Arsenio Hall provided ABC News with both a joint statement by Hall and O’Connor, and a copy of a retraction and apology by O’Connor.  The joint statement reads:

“Arsenio Hall and Sinead O’Connor announce that Sinead has retracted and apologized for statements she made about Arsenio last year, which prompted his defamation lawsuit against her, and the lawsuit has been resolved. Below is Sinead’s retraction and apology:

“I apologize for my Facebook posts about Arsenio Hall to the extent that anyone thought I was accusing him of acting as Prince’s drug dealer and supplying him with illegal hard drugs, or insinuating that Arsenio had something to do with Prince’s death. I sincerely apologize because those statements would be false, and I retract them unequivocally.”

The statement ends with, “Arsenio’s lawyers confirm that now that Arsenio’s reputation has been restored by O’Connor’s unequivocal retraction and apology, the lawsuit will be dismissed.”

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Rihanna named Harvard University’s Humanitarian of the Year

Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARASRihanna is Harvard-bound — not to study, but to pick up the University’s Peter J. Gomes Humanitarian Award at a ceremony next Tuesday.

S. Allen Counter, the Harvard Foundation’s director, tells the Harvard Gazette, “Rihanna has charitably built a state-of-the-art center for oncology and nuclear medicine to diagnose and treat breast cancer at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetown, Barbados.”

Counter also notes of the singer, “She has also created the Clara and Lionel Foundation Scholarship Program [named for her grandmother and grandfather] for students attending college in the U.S. from Caribbean countries, and supports the Global Partnership for Education and Global Citizen Project, a multiyear campaign that will provide children with access to education in over 60 developing countries, giving priority to girls and those affected by lack of access to education in the world today.”

The Harvard Foundation recognizes prominent public-spirited leaders each year in honor of the late Rev. Professor Peter J. Gomes. Past honorees include actor James Earl Jones and the late tennis star and activist, Arthur Ashe.

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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Homer Simpson inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame

FOX(NEW YORK) — The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, will feature a very familiar face during its Hall of Fame Classic Weekend on May 27: none other than Homer Jay Simpson.

The Hall of Fame announced that to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the classic Simpsons episode “Homer at the Bat” — which had Mr. Burns staffing a company softball team with ringers including Don Mattingly, Darryl Strawberry, José Canseco, Ken Griffey, Jr., Roger Clemens, Steve Sax, Ozzie Smith and Wade Boggs — Homer will be inducted into the hallowed hall.

The episode not only ended with Homer winning the game with a run scored when he was drilled by a pitch, but it was chock-full of classic moments like Springfield’s Police Chief Wiggum arresting Sax for every unsolved crime in New York City, Bart and Lisa heckling Strawberry to tears, and Smith condemned to an eternity of falling through the wondrous Springfield Mystery Spot.

It also featured Terry Cashman spoofing his own hit “Willie, Mickey, and the Duke (Talkin’ Baseball)” with the episode recapping “Talkin’ Softball.”

The commemoration will feature the unveiling of memorabilia from the show, and a roundtable with Boggs and Smith, as well as the episode’s executive producers Al Jean and Mike Reiss, director Jim Reardon, and casting director Bonnie Pietila.

The Simpsons has left an impressive imprint on our culture as the longest-running American sitcom, and ‘Homer at the Bat’ remains as popular today as when the episode aired in 1992,” said Jeff Idelson, President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in a statement.

“Baseball is recognized as our National Pastime due to its wide intersection with American culture over the last two centuries,” he added. “[And] The Simpsons is a perfect example of that connection to Americana.”

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See four minutes of “Alien: Covenant” in “Last Supper” teaser

20th Century Fox – 2017(LOS ANGELES) — 20th Century Fox had already been teasing single frames of its upcoming thriller Alien: Covenant, but now it’s gone the opposite way — and released a full, four minute scene of the star-packed sci-fi movie.

The movie, which takes place after Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, but before his 1979 classic, features a scene familiar to fans of the original: the crew of a spaceship gathering for a meal. In this case, the “last supper” refers to the colonizing crew’s last get-together before they are put in a lengthy hypersleep before their return to earth. 

While the original film saw John Hurt famously fall victim to a “chestburster” alien parasite in the middle of the meal, this one hints that the captain of the Covenant, played by James Franco, is the first of the crew to be affected: he’s wrapped in a blanket, and excuses himself after complaining of a fever. 

After he leaves, the rest of the crew, which features Danny McBride, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup, and Empire‘s Jussie Smollett, among others — starts partying.

Michael Fassbender, who played the android David in Prometheus, apparently plays another android of the same model, though named “Walter” in this scene. In a nod to Alien, he even comes to the aid of one of the crew who starts choking, though in her case, it’s nothing more than some going “down the wrong pipe.” 

The movie, about the discovery of an idyllic planet that turns out to be anything but paradise, opens May 19.

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Live with Kelly’s annual After Oscars Show features Ripa, Ryan — and whomever else shows up

(NEW YORK) — After the Academy Awards on ABC Sunday night, you can see what the winners look like — and sound like — after their big night on Live with Kelly‘s annual After Oscar Show, airing Monday, February 27 at 9 a.m. ET.

Live’s After Oscar Show is absolutely and anything can happen. Executive Producer Michael Gelman tells ABC Radio, “Live is so exciting, and in this day and age, when you can edit things, there’s nothing like live to give you that kind of rush…It’s just a very special show for us.”

That’s one reason why the show has tapped Ryan Seacrest to be Kelly Ripa’s co-host on the show — Gelman calls him “a master of live TV.”  In addition, Jerry O’Connell will provide a red carpet report package, and there’ll also be a fashion panel to talk about all the Oscar night looks.

As for the rest of the guests, Gelman reveals that the show begins scrambling for winners during the actual Oscars telecast, trying to line up stars for the next morning.

“There’s a lot of partying that goes on that night, so as people are winning, we’re calling their publicists and trying to get them to commit to either staying up all night and coming in for 6 a.m. West Coast time, or going home for a couple of hours of sleep and then coming to join us,” Gelman tells ABC Radio.

At least the musical guests are booked and ready to go: rapper Flo Rida and house deejay DJ Khaled.

“We definitely want the party atmosphere,” Gelman explains. “Flo Rida is actually debuting a song on live TV with us…[and] DJ Khaled is always entertaining to talk to, but also he’s a great DJ and so he’s gonna have this crowd and the entire place really going and excited.” 

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SPORTS NEWS

Mavericks’ Andrew Bogut traded to 76ers

Gene Sweeney Jr/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Andrew Bogut’s time in Dallas has reportedly come to an end.

ESPN reports the Mavericks traded the 32-year-old center to the Philadelphia 76ers, along with shooting guard Justin Anderson and a conditional first-round pick.

In exchange, Dallas picks up forward Nerlens Noel from the 76ers, according to ESPN.

The move came just hours before this year’s NBA trade deadline, set for Thursday at 3 p.m. ET.

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Michael Phelps to testify before Congress in anti-doping hearing

Joe Faraoni / ESPN Images(WASHINGTON) — Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps will be among one of the witnesses that will testify before Congress next week when the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations holds a hearing on the international anti-doping system.

The hearing, titled “Ways to Improve and Strengthen the Anti-Doping System,” is scheduled for Feb. 28 at 10:15 a.m. It comes less than one year before the 2018 Winter Olympics kick off in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

According to a press release Thursday from the panel, the subcommittee will “examine the current state of the international anti-doping system, challenges it faces, and ways it can be improved.”

Joining 23-time Olympic gold medalist Phelps on the confirmed witness list is Olympic shot putter Adam Nelson, United States Anti-Doping Agency CEO Travis Tygart, World Anti-Doping Agency deputy director general Rob Koehler, and International Olympic Committee medical and scientific director Dr. Richard Budgett.

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NATIONAL NEWS

Authorities investigating Indiana murders receive 500 tips from public

Indiana State Police(DELPHI, Ind.) — Authorities investigating the slayings of two girls in Indiana have received over 500 tips since making an impassioned plea on Wednesday for people to come forward with information, a law enforcement source close to the investigation told ABC News Thursday.

The surge in tips followed the release of a new video clip retrieved from the cellphone of one of the victims, 14-year-old Liberty “Libby” German. When police played some audio from the clip at a news conference in the town of Delphi on Wednesday morning, reporters heard just three words from a deep voice: “Down the hill.”

The audio quality is not great, but police said it’s enough for someone to recognize the individual’s voice. Investigators believe the clip was recorded just before the attack.

“Libby had the presence of mind to turn on her video camera,” Indiana State Police spokesman Capt. David Bursten said Wednesday. “There’s no doubt in our minds that that young lady is a hero.”

The rest of the video will not be released at this time because of the ongoing investigation. Investigators recovered other evidence from the girl’s phone that is also not being released, Bursten said.

German and 13-year-old Abigail “Abby” Williams, both of Carroll County, were reported missing by their families Feb. 13 after the two did not return from a hike.

After organized searches, the bodies of the two girls were found Feb. 14 outside Delphi in the woods near Deer Creek, about three-quarters of a mile from an abandoned railroad bridge where they were dropped off the day before to go hiking. An autopsy revealed their identities.

“Evidence in this case has led investigators to believe that this is a double homicide, and that’s what we’re investigating at this time,” Indiana State Police spokesman Sgt. Tony Slocum told reporters Wednesday.

Indiana State Police on Monday said a man in a photograph is the primary suspect in the investigation. The man — dressed in blue jeans, a blue jacket and a hoodie — was photographed on a nature trial around the same time the two girls disappeared.

He was previously labeled a person of interest, and police had said he might be only a witness to the crime.

“We are actively looking for this person. We believe this person is our suspect,” Slocum said.

Authorities spent much of Wednesday’s news conference delivering an emotional appeal to the public to submit tips to track down the man in the photograph and the person whose voice is in the audio clip.

“Someone knows who this individual is,” Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter told reporters, while holding back tears. “And if you’re watching, we’ll find you.”

Investigators said that there is the possibility of more than one suspect and that it’s unclear whether the voice in the audio clip belongs to the man in the photograph.

The FBI has been assisting local authorities in the investigation since last week. Agents have briefed FBI Director James Comey on the case on two occasions.

Gregory Massa, the FBI assistant special agent in charge in Indianapolis, asked the public to think back to Feb. 13, the day the girls went missing.

“Just think if you had an interaction with an individual who inexplicably canceled an appointment that you had together,” Massa said Wednesday. “Or an individual called into work sick and canceled a social engagement. At the time, they gave what would have been a plausible explanation.”

Suspicious behavior or a change in someone’s behavior should also be a red flag, Massa said.

“Did [an] individual travel unexpectedly?” he asked. “Did they change their appearance? Did they shave their beard, cut their hair or change the color of their hair? Did they change the way they dress?”

Authorities and community leaders are offering a $41,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest.

Citizens can provide information about this case by calling the Delphi murder tip line at 844-459-5786. Information can be reported anonymously. Tips can also be emailed to abbyandlibbytip@cacoshrf.com.

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NYC police head reminds officers not to help in deporting immigrants unless public safety at risk

Jupiterimages/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The Trump administration’s pursuit of unauthorized immigrants may have hit a wall in New York City.

City Police Commissioner James O’Neill told officers in an internal memo that the department would not enforce administrative warrants issued by federal immigration agents.

“It is critical that everyone who comes into contact with the NYPD, regardless of their immigration status, be able to identify themselves or seek assistance without hesitation, anxiety or fear,” O’Neill wrote in the memo obtained by ABC News.

“The NYPD does not conduct civil immigration enforcement,” the memo to rank-and-file officers said. “Specifically, this department does not enforce administrative warrants issued by Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents or federal immigration judges solely in connection with civil immigration violations.”

O’Neill’s memo doesn’t represent any change in NYPD policy. But in light of a federal plan for more aggressive immigration enforcement, New York City’s police commissioner wanted to clarify his department’s policy, both to alleviate any concerns in the city’s immigrant communities and to remind police officers, sources told ABC News.

Still, the NYPD policy may put the nation’s largest police force at odds with the federal Department of Homeland Security, which this week outlined a more aggressive approach to enforcing the nation’s immigration laws.

One of two Homeland Security memos issued this week loops other levels of law enforcement into federal immigration efforts, citing a portion of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act that “authorizes state or local law enforcement personnel to perform all law enforcement functions … including the authority to investigate, identify, apprehend, arrest, detain, transport and conduct searches of an alien for the purposes of enforcing the immigration laws.”

O’Neill specified in the NYPD memo that while New York City officers “do not enforce administrative warrants” over civil immigration violations, they should detain people who pose danger to the public.

“For example, the NYPD does not arrest or detain individuals for immigration violations such as overstaying a lawfully-issued visa. However, the NYPD does and will continue to honor federal immigration detainers when there is a risk to public safety,” it states.

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Winter storm to bring swath of snow to the Great Plains and Midwest

ABC News(NEW YORK) — A winter storm may bring a swath of heavy snow and damaging winds to parts of the Great Plains and Midwest.

The storm dumped up to 78 inches of snow in the Sierra Nevada mountain range in northern California on Wednesday. The weather system moved through the Rocky Mountains Thursday, producing heavy snow in Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado, according to ABC News meteorologists tracking the storm.

Winter weather alerts stretch from California to Vermont. Blizzard warnings were in effect for the Rocky Mountains Thursday, while blizzard watches were issued for the Upper Midwest region Friday.

The powerful storm is expected to sweep into the Upper Midwest region by Friday morning, bringing blizzard conditions and heavy snow from Nebraska to Wisconsin.

“As of right now, looks like the heaviest snow will be from Minneapolis and south,” said ABC News senior meteorologist Max Golembo.

By Friday night, the system is expected to hit warm and unstable air in the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley region, which could produce severe storms with damaging winds, hail and even a few tornadoes.

Forecasters said the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes regions could see up to a foot of snow. But some spots like southern Minnesota could get as much as 18 inches of snow.

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WORLD NEWS

Princess Diana’s fashion style on display at Kensington Palace

iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) — A new exhibition at Kensington Palace chronicles Princess Diana’s evolving style during her life before her tragic death in 1997.

The exhibition, titled “Diana: Her Fashion Story,” offers a unique look at Diana’s style and features some of her most stunning outfits.

The dress Diana dubbed her “Elvis dress” will be on display. Diana accessorized the white, sleeveless gown, featuring thousands of tiny pearls and sequins, with a matching pearl-encrusted, high-collar jacket. She first wore the Catherine Walker dress to Hong Kong in 1989 and later wore the dress with her favorite tiara, the pearl and diamond Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara.

One of Diana’s dazzling green velvet gowns on display shows a moment in history 20 years after her death. The tiny handprints of a then-3-year-old Prince William and 1-year-old Prince Harry are embedded in the fabric of the Victor Edelstein dress. The handprints appear to show the young princes clutching their mother for a hug.

“Diana: Her Fashion Story” showcases 25 dresses and gowns from Diana’s most iconic moments, including the dress she wore to dance with John Travolta at the White House in 1985 and the dress Diana wore when she first appeared in public after her mid-1990s separation from Prince Charles.

The outfits represent Diana’s life from her early 20s to the time of her death at age 36.

The exhibition, which is tied to the 20th anniversary of Diana’s death, includes several dresses from Catherine Walker, one of Diana’s favorite and most prolific designers. Among the dresses by Walker is a floral scoop neck dress Diana wore to a Christie’s auction in 1997; the black halter necklace sequined gown Diana donned at Versailles in 1994; and the blush pink suit Diana wore to a children’s charity event at the Savoy hotel in 1997.

“Diana: Her Fashion Story” opens at Kensington Palace on Feb. 24. It is organized by Historic Royal Palaces, the charity that oversees exhibitions at Kensington Palace.

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Obama devotees in France hoping for an ‘OBAMA17’ presidential campaign

iStock/Thinkstock(PARIS) — A group of Barack Obama devotees in France aren’t happy with the homegrown contenders vying for the country’s presidency, so they’re hoping that the former U.S. president will step in and run for office this spring.

“OBAMA17” posters have been spotted plastered across Paris, urging citizens to visit the group’s website and sign a petition to convince Obama to enter the race. The goal is to get 1 million people to sign the petition.

Why Obama? “Because he has the best resume in the world for the job,” reads the website, which is in no way connected to Obama.

While this all sounds good, there is one problem. The French president needs to be, well, French. And Obama is not.

The website also says that Obama could be an antidote to the popularity of right-wing parties in the country.

“At a time when France is about to vote massively for the extreme right, we can still give a lesson of democracy to the planet by electing a French President, a foreigner,” reads the website in French.

A spokesperson for the group told ABC News Thursday morning, “We started dreaming about this idea two months before the end of Obama’s presidency. We dreamed about this possibility to vote for someone we really admire, someone who could lead us to project ourselves in a bright future. Then, we thought, whether it’s possible or not, whether or not he is French, we have to do this for real, to give French people hope … Vive la République, Vive Obama, Vive la France and the U.S.A.”

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McCain makes secret trip to Syria to meet US military, Kurds

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — Senator John McCain, R-Arizona, made a secret trip to northern Syria last week to meet with U.S. troops and Kurdish fighters amid their longstanding battle to defeat ISIS, his office said Wednesday.

“Senator McCain traveled to northern Syria last week to visit U.S. forces deployed there and to discuss the counter-ISIL [another acronym for ISIS] campaign and ongoing operations to retake Raqqa,” a McCain spokesperson said in an emailed statement on Wednesday, referring to ISIS’ Syrian capital. “Senator McCain’s visit was a valuable opportunity to assess dynamic conditions on the ground in Syria and Iraq.“

The trip comes as the Trump administration continues to re-evaluate the U.S. approach and plan to defeat ISIS. On the campaign trail, President Trump frequently criticized the Obama administration’s policy to defeat the group that controls territory in both Syria and neighboring Iraq, but which has lost significant territory in the last two years.

McCain’s office did not confirm the exact dates he was in Syria.

On Wednesday, the U.S.-led anti-ISIS coalition pushed further into Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, in a bid to wrest control of it from ISIS, which captured the city in 2014. Meanwhile, the U.S. military and its allies have for months been preparing a campaign to retake Raqqa in Syria, where ISIS has its de facto capital.

Members of Congress rarely travel to Syria as it does not have diplomatic ties to the U.S.

McCain, who is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, also traveled to the country in 2013 to meet with Syrian rebel leaders fighting the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

The senator has been a consistent proponent of increased military action in Syria, both against Assad’s forces as well as ISIS. He was very critical of the Obama administration’s decision not to launch airstrikes against Assad’s forces after it came to light that the Syrian president had used chemical weapons against Syrian rebels.

But McCain has also emerged as a critic of aspects of Trump’s foreign policy. During a speech at the Munich Security Conference in Germany on Friday, McCain said the new administration was in a state of “disarray.”

Still, McCain agreed with Trump’s order to review the country’s military “strategy and plans to defeat ISIL,” according to the statement provided Wednesday by his office. “Senator McCain looks forward to working with the administration and military leaders to optimize our approach for accomplishing ISIL’s lasting defeat.”

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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…

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  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

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  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!

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  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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