On Newsfeed Now for March 28, we got the show started with a baby boom at a Kansas school. That’s where 7 out of 15 teachers are all pregnant. KSNW’s Emily Younger was with us to share details on the cluster of expectant moms.
A bizarre story from Mobile, Alabama was our next topic at 6:30 into the program. A 20-year-old man is lucky to be alive after falling 16 feet off a bridge. The car trouble he had pulled over for was the least of his worries. WKRG’s Nicolette Schleisman told us what happened next.
At the 11:15 mark in the show, we turned our focus to medical marijuana in Louisiana where some would like to see it being offered in pharmacies by in a couple of months. Medical advocates are making the demand amid delays. WVLA’s Harrison Golden joined the conversation to share the latest developments.
And finally, at 15:45 we had a look at what an Arkansas Chick-fil-A restaurant owner is doing to help his employees. We spoke with that owner, Josh Burnette, about what he’s doing to inspire and help his workforce transition into adulthood.
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Newsfeed Now streams weekdays at 11 a.m. It is hosted by Aaron Nolan.