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Mariah Carey releases new Christmas song; her home is burglarized

ABC/Lou RoccoThere’s good news and bad news for Mariah Carey today.

First the bad news: her Los Angeles home was burglarized. The LAPD tells ABC News that the diva wasn’t home at the time, but thieves apparently entered the upstairs bedroom by ladder and ransacked it, as well as other rooms in the house. Approximately $50,000 worth of items were taken. The burglary was discovered Thursday morning, and the LAPD is now investigating.

Now, the good news:  Marah’s released a new Christmas song. It’s called “The Star,” and it’s the title track from the upcoming animated movie of the same name.  The song is a classic inspirational Mariah ballad, and it’s considerably more religious than “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”

“Follow that voice you heard that no one else believes/follow the dream that brought the King on Christmas Eve,” she sings, before changing key and belting out the final chorus: “Follow that star above you/should the world try to break you down/There is One who waits for you, though you can’t see Him now.”

The Star, featuring the voices of Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry, Tracy Morgan, Kelly Clarkson, Anthony Anderson, Patricia Heaton, Aidy Bryant and Zachary Levi, among others, tells the story of the Nativity through the eyes of a donkey named Bo and his animal friends, arrives in theaters November 17.

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Cutest interview ever? Pink gets quizzed by a five-year-old

Sølve SundsbøIn a new video for W Magazine’s “Little W” series, Pink sits down for what may be her cutest interview yet. The singer is quizzed by five-year-old Madelyn Mannette.

Of course, Madelyn asks the hard-hitting questions…like, “Why is your name Pink?” and “What’s your favorite emoji?” As for where Pink got her name, she explains, “Because when I get embarrassed my cheeks blush and they turn pink.”

The two both learn they have the same favorite emoji: the poop emoji.

Madelyn also asks Pink what her favorite tattoo is. She decides on one on her wrist. “Maybe this right here: it says, ‘What goes around comes around,’” Pink explains. “And that means if you’re really nice to people, they’ll be nice to you back. That’s the hope, right?”

The pint-size interviewer gets Pink to reveal her favorite male singer, her favorite food, her favorite candy and what her Halloween costume will be this year. For the record, the answers are “Michael Jackson,” “cheesecake” and “candy corn.”  Oh, and Pink will be dressing up as Mal from the Disney Channel movie The Descendants.

Katy Perry previously took part in the “Little W” series, where she was adorably interviewed by a 7-year-old fan.

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What Camila Cabello has learned about spotting fake friends

Getty Images via ABCCamila Cabello has met more than a few fake friends in her day, but she admits it’s not always easy to spot them at first.

“I think the only way to know is time,” she tells Elle magazine. “I feel like there are instances and circumstances in your life that always change.”

So for instance, she says, you could think someone is your friend but a year later, when you really need them, they don’t have your back.

“And you’re like, ‘Ok, that friendship was circumstantial. You were only my friend when it was easy,’” she says. “What’s hard is you can’t tell from the beginning.”

Camila says she’s been “disappointed” by so many people. But there have been a few friends “who make everything worth it, stick through it, and they show loyalty.”

The former Fifth Harmony member adds, “And no matter what goes down, seas or rough or calm Sunday afternoon, those are people that are worth it. You die for those people.”

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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

“The Walking Dead” turns 100 — Season 8 premiere is this Sunday

AMC/Gene Page(NEW YORK) — Sunday night’s season 8 debut of AMC’s The Walking Dead is also the hit show’s 100th episode. Executive producers David Alpert and Robert Kirkman, the latter, the creator of the comic series that spawned the AMC show, have a doozy racked up for fans.

The first episode kicks off the “All Out War” storyline from the comics, with Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes leading an army made up of members of the Hilltop, Kingdom, and Alexandria communities against Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Saviors.

Kirkman tells ABC Radio the first episode kicks off the, “most intense season yet.”

Alpert agrees. “It’s gonna be bigger and badder than anything we’ve ever done on the show…So I cannot wait for people to see what we’ve been cooking up…I have to say that the scale and scope of this season is — we’ve never done anything like this before.” 

Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie on the show, told Live with Kelly and Ryan, “We spent all of last season sort of recovering from a lot of torment, and this year we get on the front foot…I think it’s going to be fun for people to see us strike back.”

For the record, even if you know the comics, this season won’t be spoiled, nor are they required reading for the show, Kirkman tells us. Changing things up from the books was a key part of the Walking Dead TV experience. “I think that a lot of the appeal of The Walking Dead [comic series] was the fact that when you sat down to read the comic book, literally anything could happen, and you’d never expect it. And we wanted to maintain that for the television viewers…We didn’t want comic book readers to be able to sit down on the couch and go, “Oh! Wait ’til you see this, honey, this is gonna blow your mind!” (laughs) We wanted those people to be wrong as often as possible.”

Walking Dead superfan Yvette Nicole Brown can be seen every Tuesday night on ABC’s The Mayor — but on Sunday nights, she can be found glued to TWD. The frequent Talking Dead guest tells ABC Radio that she thought last season, which saw Negan murdering fan favorites Glenn and Abraham, “I thought last season was a little dark, and I don’t think I’m alone in that. But this is my thing about television in general: I allow a showrunner to create the show that they want to do. So I don’t get into the, like, “Well, I don’t know why…” and “I wish they…” You know what I mean? Like, I mean, I’m a ‘shipper,’ so I want Carol and Daryl to get together because I’m a girl and I think they’re cute together. But I would never demand. So: that season was dark, and it was darker than I personally would have liked, and there’s people that left here that I wish were still on the show — but it’s their show! And so I am blessed to be able to watch it and enjoy it, so I’m, I’m gonna take the ride.”

The Walking Dead airs Sunday night at 9 p.m. Eastern on AMC.

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LAPD has interviewed a potential Harvey Weinstein sexual assault victim

Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows/Nicholas Hunt(LOS ANGELES) — The Los Angeles Police Department’s Robbery Homicide Division has interviewed a potential victim of a sexual assault involving Harvey Weinstein, which allegedly occurred in 2013, ABC News has confirmed.

The case is under investigation.

Earlier Thursday, New York Police Department Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said that New York City police have referred allegations against the disgraced film mogul to other police departments, though it was not clear if the LAPD investigation pertained to one of those cases. The referrals were made to jurisdictions in the United States and overseas based on calls to a police hotline about Weinstein, Boyce added.

Police declined to discuss specifics.

“Several calls have been received on our CrimeStoppers Hotline regarding Mr. Weinstein,” Boyce said. “None of those calls have alleged any criminal conduct within the New York City area.”

Complaints about Weinstein cannot be pursued locally if they involve events that occurred outside New York City.

More than three dozen women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct, including harassment and assault, but he has not been charged with a crime.

The movie producer has acknowledged inappropriate behavior, but has “unequivocally denied” any allegations of non-consensual sex, his spokesman said.

Weinstein, 68, was terminated by The Weinstein Company in the wake of the allegations, though he later offered his resignation. ABC News confirmed that he is also pursuing a claim that he was wrongfully fired.

In addition, he was expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and the Producers Guild of America has voted to begin termination proceedings against him. A final determination will be reached next month. On Thursday the board of British Film Institute voted to strip Weinstein of its prestigious BFI Fellowship honor, which he was awarded in 2002.

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Kate del Castillo on Sean Penn’s participation in El Chapo doc: “Sorry, Sean. Too late.”

Netflix(NEW YORK) — Mexican actress Kate del Castillo is ready to share her side of the story in the new three-part Netflix docu-series, The Day I Met El Chapo.

The series explores the details of the secret 2015 meeting that the actress arranged between the now-imprisoned drug lord Joaquin Guzman, aka El Chapo, and Sean Penn.

Del Castillo says she won’t be changing the documentary or delaying its release, despite recent objections by Penn.

“Netflix knows how to do documentaries so you have to ask of course Sean Penn, you have to bring him along, and they reached out to him several times and he ignored their requests,” del Castillo says.

She says that Penn demanded to see the three episodes only after they were completed and “now he wants to be a part of it and not in a very nice way.”

“Sorry, Sean,” she says. “Too late.”

Penn’s spokesperson said in a statement to Variety earlier this month that “there are profound inaccuracies and presumptions presented in Kate’s story.”

Del Castillo says she welcomes Penn to make his own documentary on the subject.

When asked if she feels she was treated unfairly as compared to Penn, del Castillo becomes impassioned.

“Absolutely,” she says. “Only with the charges, I was the only one charged. Not him, not the producers, only me.”

She continues, “And I’m an actress. I live out of my image, my name, that’s what we do – and they destroyed that. Not Sean. Sean’s still out there and he’s a millionaire, you know? I’m not. And I’m almost broke because I’ve been paying for lawyers for two years. Lawyers in the United States and Mexico.”

The Day I Met El Chapo debuts on Netflix today.

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SPORTS NEWS

Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball struggles in NBA regular season debut

Thomas Northcut/Digital Vision/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) — Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball made his long-awaited NBA debut against the crosstown rival Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night, but things did not play out as he hoped.

The Lakers lost 108-92, and Ball scored just three points on 1-of-6 shots. He also sat out the entire fourth quarter.

An unsatisfied Ball told reporters afterwards, “Obviously we wanted to do better, but I believe we’re back on Sunday and hopefully it’s a lot better.”

Ball did add nine rebounds and four assists, and head coach Luke Walton had positive things to say about the rookie out of UCLA. In his postgame press conference, Walton said, “I thought he was good… it’s such a feel thing for him that I think he was out there feeling it out.”

Ball was the number two overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, and he played some productive games in the preseason before missing time with an injured ankle.

He drew a lot of attention this offseason, mostly due to his father LaVar’s boastful claims about his three sons during numerous sports talk show appearances.

Ball was being guarded by new Clippers’ point guard Patrick Beverley, who has long been one of the best defending guards in the NBA.

Beverley says he told Ball afterwards that he would not be the only point guard targeting Lonzo this year. Beverley told reporters that he spoke to Ball, telling him, “Due to all the riff-raff his dad brings, he’s going to get a lot of people coming after him.”

Ball and the Lakers visit the Phoenix Suns in their second game of the year on Friday. They meet the Clippers again on November 27.

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Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball struggles in NBA regular season debut

Thomas Northcut/Digital Vision/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) — Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball made his long-awaited NBA debut against the crosstown rival Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night, but things did not play out as he hoped.

The Lakers lost 108-92, and Ball scored just three points on 1-of-6 shots. He also sat out the entire fourth quarter.

An unsatisfied Ball told reporters afterwards, “Obviously we wanted to do better, but I believe we’re back on Sunday and hopefully it’s a lot better.”

Ball did add nine rebounds and four assists, and head coach Luke Walton had positive things to say about the rookie out of UCLA. In his postgame press conference, Walton said, “I thought he was good… it’s such a feel thing for him that I think he was out there feeling it out.”

Ball was the number two overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, and he played some productive games in the preseason before missing time with an injured ankle.

He drew a lot of attention this offseason, mostly due to his father LaVar’s boastful claims about his three sons during numerous sports talk show appearances.

Ball was being guarded by new Clippers’ point guard Patrick Beverley, who has long been one of the best defending guards in the NBA.

Beverley says he told Ball afterwards that he would not be the only point guard targeting Lonzo this year. Beverley told reporters that he spoke to Ball, telling him, “Due to all the riff-raff his dad brings, he’s going to get a lot of people coming after him.”

Ball and the Lakers visit the Phoenix Suns in their second game of the year on Friday. They meet the Clippers again on November 27.

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Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball struggles in NBA regular season debut

Thomas Northcut/Digital Vision/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) — Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball made his long-awaited NBA debut against the crosstown rival Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night, but things did not play out as he hoped.

The Lakers lost 108-92, and Ball scored just three points on 1-of-6 shots. He also sat out the entire fourth quarter.

An unsatisfied Ball told reporters afterwards, “Obviously we wanted to do better, but I believe we’re back on Sunday and hopefully it’s a lot better.”

Ball did add nine rebounds and four assists, and head coach Luke Walton had positive things to say about the rookie out of UCLA. In his postgame press conference, Walton said, “I thought he was good… it’s such a feel thing for him that I think he was out there feeling it out.”

Ball was the number two overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, and he played some productive games in the preseason before missing time with an injured ankle.

He drew a lot of attention this offseason, mostly due to his father LaVar’s boastful claims about his three sons during numerous sports talk show appearances.

Ball was being guarded by new Clippers’ point guard Patrick Beverley, who has long been one of the best defending guards in the NBA.

Beverley says he told Ball afterwards that he would not be the only point guard targeting Lonzo this year. Beverley told reporters that he spoke to Ball, telling him, “Due to all the riff-raff his dad brings, he’s going to get a lot of people coming after him.”

Ball and the Lakers visit the Phoenix Suns in their second game of the year on Friday. They meet the Clippers again on November 27.

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NATIONAL NEWS

The spookiest hotels in America

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Just in time for Halloween, Historic Hotels of America has named the 25 most haunted historic hotels.

Here are 10 of the oldest and spookiest:

Concord’s Colonial Inn (1716) in Concord, Massachusetts, is rumored to have several ghosts, especially in Room 424, which served as an operating room during the Revolutionary War.

Guests of the Admiral Fell Inn (1770) in Baltimore have reported seeing floating sailors and disappearing butlers knocking on their doors. A hotel manager is said to have heard a loud party after the hotel was evacuated during a hurricane.

At the Red Lion Inn (1773) in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, the fourth floor is full of paranormal activity. Reports of a ghostly young girl carrying flowers and a man in a top hat abound, and guests have awoken to the feeling of someone standing over them at the foot of their bed.

Hanover Inn Dartmouth (1780) Hanover, New Hampshire: Dartmouth College ghost stories include the tale of nine fraternity brothers who perished in 1934. More than one Dartmouth student has spoken of finding a room that doesn’t exist, filled with a party of those young men and their dates.

At the Omni Parker House (1855) in Boston the ghost of Harvey Parker, who opened the hotel, reportedly reveals himself to guests. Talk about working yourself to death.

The Sagamore (1883), Bolton Landing, New York: At this rambling historic hotel, stories persist of the ghost of a silver-haired woman wearing a blue polka-dot dress descending from the second floor to the Trillium, the hotel’s fine dining restaurant.

1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa (1886), Eureka Springs, Arkansas: Guests who check out but never leave include a lady in a Victorian nightgown who likes to stand at the foot of the bed in Room 3500 and stare at guests while they sleep. She’s one of dozens of reported ghosts there.

At the Hotel Monteleone (1886) in New Orleans a maid known as Mrs. Clean reportedly haunts the hotel. Paranormal researchers once asked why she stayed, and she said her mother, grandmother and great-grandmother also worked at the hotel and she was picking up after housekeeping to ensure high standards.

Jekyll Island Club Resort (1886), Jekyll Island, Georgia: A bellman from post-WWI days is said to be very particular about delivering freshly pressed suits to bridegrooms. He has been seen, mostly on the second floor of the club building, knocking gently on a guest room door and announcing his purpose. Many guests, who did not order the service, have inquired about the mysterious bellman.

The Green Park Inn (1891) in Blowing Rock, North Carolina, keeps a Ghost Log in the lobby for its guests to peruse. Pay attention to notes regarding Room 318, where Laura Green died. She was the daughter in the inn’s founding family, and she was jilted at the altar. Reports are that she and her would-be groom continue to be seen on the third floor.

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672,000 gallons of oil spill off Louisiana coast, Coast Guard says

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The U.S. Coast Guard has nearly doubled its initial estimate of the amount of oil that seeped from a crack in a pipeline off the coast of Louisiana.

The leak was first announced on Oct. 13 from a damaged pipeline operated by LLOG Exploration some 40 miles southeast of Venice, Louisiana. The privately-owned company originally reported between 333,900 to 392,700 gallons of oil were discharged by the broken line, located nearly 5,000 feet beneath the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, according to a press release from the Coast Guard.

The Coast Guard has said it is coordinating with the company as well as the federal Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to locate and respond to any oil that floats to the surface. With overhead flights and underwater vehicle inspections conducted multiple times a day, no recoverable oil has been detected thus far.

Though the pipeline has been secured, the company on Wednesday reported a revised estimated volume of “unaccounted-for oil” to the Coast Guard and the federal Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, indicating as much as 672,000 gallons of oil may have been released.

“While the reported discharge amount is very significant, we are confident in the calculations completed by the LLOG and NOAA scientists,” said Cmdr. Heather Mattern from U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit in Morgan City, Louisiana. “Additionally, the lack of any recoverable oil identified by over flights and subsea inspections conducted throughout the past week supports this explanation.”

According to a press release from the Coast Guard, trajectory models calculated by LLOG Exploration and NOAA indicate that any leaked oil will drift in a southwesterly direction and is not expected to impact the shoreline. The calculations also indicate that the discovery of any recoverable oil is unlikely due to the high pressure and depth at which it was discharged.

The Coast Guard said Friday that so far the presence of oil has not been detected in water samples taken along the trajectory path at various depths.

The investigation into the cause of the incident is ongoing.

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Exclusive: Shop employees say they may have sold costume to alleged ‘Killer Clown’ murderer

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) —  More than 27 years ago, a woman died after she was shot at her front door by someone dressed as a clown, and a former costume store employee says there is a “strong possibility” that the woman’s accused murderer bought the outfit at her shop.

On the morning of May 26, 1990, Marlene Warren was at her home in Wellington, Florida, with her 22-year-old son, Joseph Ahrens, and several of his friends.

Ahrens and his friends told police they saw a white car pull into the driveway and that a person in a clown costume came to the front door with flowers and balloons.

Warren answered the door, and as the clown offered the items to her, witnesses told police they heard a gunshot. Warren had been shot in the face. She ultimately died from her injuries.

The clown then “calmly” walked back to the car and drove away, police say.

Detectives investigating the murder spoke to Deborah Offord and Barbara Castricone, who used to work at a costume shop in town.

“I get goosebumps just talking about it,” Castricone told ABC News’ “20/20.”

They recall that a day or two before the murder, a last-minute customer arrived after 6 p.m., when the door to the store was locked.

“I need to buy a costume,” the customer said, according to Offord, who then replied, “Can you come back tomorrow, we’re closed.”

“No, I really need this tonight. I need to get a costume tonight,” Offord remembered the customer saying.

Offord said the customer also insisted that the costume had to be circus wear.

“A Rubie’s clown costume, an Afro clown wig, Bob Kelly clown makeup and a sponge nose,” said Offord.

Shortly after the shooting, a detective called and started asking questions about the sale.

Castricone said she was shocked when a detective told her why they were asking about the mysterious customer.

“I said, ‘Could I ask please what this is in reference to?’ He said, ‘Well, you’re probably going to read about it all over the papers tomorrow morning, but a woman was shot at her front door by a person dressed in a clown costume bearing flowers and balloons, and [the clown] shot her in the face.’ And my heart dropped,” Castricone said.

Offord offered cops a description of the female customer.

“Rather tall, I’d say probably around 5’8, brown eyes, long chocolate hair, thick head of hair, work boots,” said Offord. “I don’t know why I remember that. I do, and jeans, and a men’s work shirt, a button down collar.”

Castricone said the customer paid for the sale in cash, using $20 bills. Her store was only one of a handful in the area that sold costumes at the time.

The investigation into who murdered Warren eventually went cold, until 2014.

As a result of the ensuing investigation, police found and arrested Sheila Keen Warren on Sept. 27, 2017, in Virginia. Twelve years after Marlene Warren’s death, Sheila Keen had married Marlene Warren’s husband, Michael Warren.

Sheila Keen Warren was charged with first-degree murder, and prosecutors say they are seeking the death penalty.

Her attorney, Richard Lubin, said Warren “vehemently denies” killing Marlene Warren and will plead not guilty, The Associated Press reported.

Lubin declined to comment to ABC News.

Michael Warren recently told ABC News, “She’s is falsely accused…[and] this is very serious and very unfair.”

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WORLD NEWS

Drone footage captures aftermath of ISIS in Raqqa

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Though victory has been declared in the battle against ISIS in the Syrian city of Raqqa, drone footage and photos show a city decimated by a months-long siege and years of civil war.

Syrian Democratic Forces celebrated their hard-won victory around Naim Square, which was where ISIS fighters once carried out public beheadings and executions during their occupation of the city. Also known as “Paradise Square,” it had been a symbol of brutality when Raqqa was the “capital” of ISIS’s self-declared caliphate.

Now, the once-vibrant metropolis of 200,000 people has been left in ruins following fighting that began during the Syrian uprising and escalated with the arrival of ISIS in late 2013. The battle to retake Raqqa began on June 6, following heavy airstrikes by U.S. forces.

In the past few days, journalists were able to enter the war-torn city. Images show streets piled with debris and nearly every building appears to have suffered heavy damage.

Raqqa will have to be cleared of landmines, explosives and other hazards before the long road to recovery can begin and residents can return.

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Drone footage captures aftermath of ISIS in Raqqa

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Though victory has been declared in the battle against ISIS in the Syrian city of Raqqa, drone footage and photos show a city decimated by a months-long siege and years of civil war.

Syrian Democratic Forces celebrated their hard-won victory around Naim Square, which was where ISIS fighters once carried out public beheadings and executions during their occupation of the city. Also known as “Paradise Square,” it had been a symbol of brutality when Raqqa was the “capital” of ISIS’s self-declared caliphate.

Now, the once-vibrant metropolis of 200,000 people has been left in ruins following fighting that began during the Syrian uprising and escalated with the arrival of ISIS in late 2013. The battle to retake Raqqa began on June 6, following heavy airstrikes by U.S. forces.

In the past few days, journalists were able to enter the war-torn city. Images show streets piled with debris and nearly every building appears to have suffered heavy damage.

Raqqa will have to be cleared of landmines, explosives and other hazards before the long road to recovery can begin and residents can return.

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US-backed Syrian force declares victory over ISIS in its former ‘capital,’ Raqqa

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A U.S.-backed Syrian force declared victory over ISIS in the terror group’s former de facto capital of Raqqa.

“We proudly announce today from the heart of the city of Raqqa the victory of our forces in the major battle to defeat the ISIS terror organization, which we defeated in the capital of its alleged caliphate,” said a statement Friday from the U.S.-backed Syrian force.

The city of Raqqa, nestled on the northern bank the Euphrates River in Syria, fell into the hands of ISIS militants in 2014 and became the heart of their self-declared Islamic caliphate.

Now after after weeks of fighting between ISIS and the Syrian force, an alliance of Kurdish and Arab militias backed by the U.S., entire neighborhoods of the city are in ruin

The destruction in Raqqa adds to the wider damage from the Syrian civil war that is not in its seventh year. Half of Syria’s population is displaced either within the country’s borders or abroad. More than 5 million Syrians meanwhile lack access basic supplies and services, acording to the International Committee of the Red Cross.

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I Love The 90’s Tour!

The I Love the 90’s Tour is set to perform at Southwest University Park on Saturday, October 28th and will feature some of the most iconic names in Rap, Hip Hop and R&B giving audiences an opportunity to rediscover the music that influenced and defined a generation and contributed to making the ‘90s a decade to remember.  read more…

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

PET OF THE WEEK

Week of October 16, 2017

 

 

 

 

Name: Cupid
Breed: Pitbull Mix
Color: Chocolate
Sex: Male
Age: 10/15/2014

Cupid is a good-looking 3-year-old Pitbull mix with a great attitude. This guy likes to strut his stuff and show off his cuteness. Cupid has been at the ASCMV since November of last year, so his adoption fee is waived thru October. Adopt him today! read more…

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man
  2. “Slow Hands” by Niall Horan
  3. “What About Us” by Pink
  4. “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back” by Shawn Mendes
  5. “Attention” by Charlie Puth

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

PET OF THE WEEK

Week of October 9, 2017

 

Name: Rae
Breed: Pitbull Mix
Color: Brindle
Sex: Female
Age: April 8, 2016

Rae is a gentle adult Pitbull mix. This girl can be shy at first, but once she gets to know you she is putty in your lap! Rae has been at the ASCMV since last November, and her adoption fee is free through this October! Come by and meet her today! read more…

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. “Slow Hands” by Niall Horan
  2. “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man
  3. “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back” by Shawn Mendes
  4. “What About Us” by Pink
  5. “Attention” by Charlie Puth

Meet Coco Puff, Your Magic104.9 Pet of The Week!

 

PET OF THE WEEK

Week of October 2, 2017

 

Name: Coco Puff
Breed: Pitbull Mix
Color: Chocolate/White
Sex: Male
Age: 1/22/2015

Coco Puff is a 2 1/2-year-old, big ball of mush. This loving Pitbull mix is all about flopping over and showing off for tummy rubs. He has been here at the shelter for over a year, and you can take him home for free through this October! Stop by ASCMV today! read more…

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”  by Shawn Mendes
  2. “Slow Hands” by Niall Horan
  3. “Attention” by Charlie Puth
  4. “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man
  5. “Believer” by Imagine Dragons

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