Myrick didnt speak any words, but instead began to sing "Every Praise." Though the kidnapper cursed at him and told him to shut up, the little boy kept singing, and continued for about three hours until the kidnapper let him out of the car.

Myrick ran to a nearby home and asked the resident to call his guardian.

According to FOX News the boy has now met "Every Praise" gospel singer Hezekiah Walker, and that the two sang the song together. Police have no leads on the suspect, FOX News reports, but they hope a sketch they have released will generate tips.

CLICK HERE to watch "Every Praise"" />
Myrick didnt speak any words, but instead began to sing "Every Praise." Though the kidnapper cursed at him and told him to shut up, the little boy kept singing, and continued for about three hours until the kidnapper let him out of the car.

Myrick ran to a nearby home and asked the resident to call his guardian.

According to FOX News the boy has now met "Every Praise" gospel singer Hezekiah Walker, and that the two sang the song together. Police have no leads on the suspect, FOX News reports, but they hope a sketch they have released will generate tips.

CLICK HERE to watch "Every Praise""/>
Myrick didnt speak any words, but instead began to sing "Every Praise." Though the kidnapper cursed at him and told him to shut up, the little boy kept singing, and continued for about three hours until the kidnapper let him out of the car.

Myrick ran to a nearby home and asked the resident to call his guardian.

According to FOX News the boy has now met "Every Praise" gospel singer Hezekiah Walker, and that the two sang the song together. Police have no leads on the suspect, FOX News reports, but they hope a sketch they have released will generate tips.

CLICK HERE to watch "Every Praise"" />
 
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Shopping For Spring - 09/19/13

    It seems counterintuitive, but this is the absolute BEST time to start stocking your closet for next spring. Yes, the first day of fall is Sunday and most of us are ready to pull out the boots, sweaters and hoodies.  That's all well and good, just don't shop for those things now.

   My mom taught me a long time ago to shop 'off season.'  Buy spring and summer stuff at the first hint of fall.  Buy fall and winter stuff just as the mercury starts inching back up.  After many years or adopting this shopping strategy, I've discovered I can save anywhere from 50-70% on my wardrobe year round.

    I don't know about you, but I get this natural high when I score a good deal and it keeps me coming back for more.  Like the pink dress I paid $9.95 for today that I'm wearing on the 9pm News tonight.  It was originally $70.  That's an 86% discount.  Oh My!  I wish there was a spot for a picture on here because I actually took a picture of the price tag and all the red crossed out markdowns.  First, $70, then $39.99, then $29.94, then $19.95 and now $9.95.  I posted it on my Facebook page just because bargain hunting is downright exciting for me.

   The last week or so, I've been combing the stores stocking up on bargains like this not just for me, but for my whole family.  When you multiply that 50 - 70% overall savings by a family of four ... now you're talking serious savings.  One year, I kept my receipts and added them up at the end of the year.  We saved around $4,500 shopping this way.  It doesn't take a lot of effort, just a new way of thinking.  Flip flop your shopping habits and watch the savings roll in, and if you're up tonight... watch Fox 17 at 9 and let me know if this looks like a $9 dress.  (You can be honest. :) )

 

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NETHERLANDS-MARIJUANA CAFES

AMSTERDAM (AP) -- Sex and pot won't be going together -- at least not in Amsterdam. Officials in the Dutch city have won court permission to ban marijuana cafes in the Red Light district. Marijuana is technically illegal in the Netherlands. But possession of small amounts isn't prosecuted and pot is sold openly in so-called "coffee shops." But prostitution is legal. Amsterdam's mayor argues that brothels and pot cafes lead to crime. A court ruled in favor of the mayor yesterday, saying he can take action to protect public order.

OSPREYS' NEST

SANDY POINT, Md. (AP) -- If you can't beat 'em -- build for them. That's the view Maryland transportation officials are taking. The state Transportation Authority is considering a nesting platform for ospreys. The determined birds keep rebuilding their nests in front of a traffic camera pointed at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Officials have tweeted they're consulting with engineers about building a platform for the nesting ospreys. Crews have removed the nests three times, but the birds keep coming back. The birds have even attacked the traffic camera, which would cost six-grand to replace. Officials say the nesting platform would be nearby, but in a place that would be safer for any future chicks.

PARAKEETS STOLEN

MANASSAS, Va. (AP) -- It's a crime wave -- for the birds. Police in northern Virginia report 13 parakeets and six parakeet eggs have been stolen from a Manassas home. It's the second time bird bandits have struck in recent months. Police say two parakeets were stolen from another home in December. A Manassas police spokeswoman says officers are pursuing at least one lead in the latest case and hope to return the parakeets to their owner.

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