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No baby right now, I’m finishing my work!

Texas teacher photographed finishing lesson plans while in labor. “I’m no different than any teacher that I know.” https://t.co/CTmuc6pQBd pic.twitter.com/WHs8ea1f5Z — ABC News (@ABC) May 3, 2017MORE

Football Frenzy at Ashley HomeStore with Coast 93.3

Football Frenzy at Ashley HomeStore with Coast 93.3

Bring your unwrapped toy to Ashley HomeStore in Crestview and place your name in the box for your chance to win all kinds of prizes from the NFL, colleges, local businesses including team gear, gift certificates and game tickets.  Compete against Lisa from Coast 93.3 in the Obstacle Challenge too! GET MORE INFO HEREMORE

It’s Been 21 Years Since Hurricane Opal…

It’s Been 21 Years Since Hurricane Opal…

This day always brings back those memories of panic setting in when trying to evacuate quickly, but then the slow-going on Highway 85 to get to I-10…   CLICK HERE TO VIEW VIDEOMORE

Love This Story…

Wide receiver Travis Rudolph had lunch with an 11-year-old autistic boy on Tuesday.  Football is important, but deeds like this are even more important!  Great job Travis! HERE’S MORE ABOUT THE STORYMORE

School Closures Due To Tropical Storm Hermine

At this moment, Walton County Schools will NOT be open today or Friday. WALTON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL CLOSURE MESSAGE As for Okaloosa County Schools, this message was posted yesterday to the Okaloosa County School District Facebook Page: To keep up to date with Okaloosa County, go to the Okaloosa County School District NewsireMORE

You Go Girls!

You Go Girls!

Two young ladies at Choctaw High School saw a younger student being bullied for wearing cat ears, so they decided to wear them…and make them…and get even more to hand out to other students!  Janisia and Mindy’s parents and teachers must be very proud of them…and so are we at Coast 93.3! GET THE FULL…MORE

Navarre Mom’s Close Encounter

Navarre Mom’s Close Encounter

Angie Pope of Navarre stayed inside after her son saw this visitor in her backyard.  I’ve seen bears in my Navarre neighborhood too and have “Bear Safe Houses” where my sister and I go to if we’re out walking and see them! WATCH ANGIE’S VIDEOMORE

She got a DWI…

She got a DWI…

A woman in Virginia got pulled over for DWI…driving without ice cream! CHECK OUT POLICE CHIEF LANDS’ VIDEO HEREMORE

This Makes For A Fun Friday

This Makes For A Fun Friday

This song is fun, and seeing Jason Derulo & Luke Bryan perform it together makes it even more fun! WATCH THE VIDEO HEREMORE

Entertainment News

‘SNL’ fires new hire Shane Gillis

‘SNL’ fires new hire Shane Gillis

“Saturday Night Live” has fired one of its most recent hires, Shane Gillis, just days after videos of comedian making bigoted comments came to light. “After talking with Shane Gillis, we have decided that he will not be joining ‘SNL,’” an ‘SNL’ spokesperson on behalf of Lorne Michaels said in a statement to CNN. “We…

Duane Chapman under doctor’s care after medical incident

Duane Chapman under doctor’s care after medical incident

Duane “Dog” Chapman, star of WGN America’s “Dog’s Most Wanted,” is being monitored after a medical incident over the weekend, a representative for the TV star tells CNN. “I can confirm Dog is under doctor’s care and is resting comfortably,” a representative for Chapman said in a statement, following reports he’d experienced a heart-related emergency.…

Dr Who star Christopher Eccleston says he was anorexic while in the role

Dr Who star Christopher Eccleston says he was anorexic while in the role

Christopher Eccleston, the British actor who starred as the ninth Doctor in the long-running sci-fi series “Doctor Who,” has spoken out about his struggle with anorexia and suicidal depression. In his upcoming autobiography, “I Love the Bones of You,” Eccleston talks about his mental health, describing himself as a “lifelong body-hater.” Eccleston, who brought the…

‘Unbelievable’ strikes a nerve with timing of Netflix debut

‘Unbelievable’ strikes a nerve with timing of Netflix debut

“Unbelievable” was going to be provocative under any circumstances, focusing on a Pulitzer Prize-winning article about how a serial rapist evaded detection for some time, in large part because police were unwilling to believe his victims. Yet the timing of the Netflix series, which premiered on Sept. 13, turned out to be unexpectedly fortuitous in…

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