Stories Making News Around the U.S. – June 9, 2016


Our first headline comes from People magazine 
It reads: Carrie Underwood Wins Big With Showstopping CMT Awards Performance – Plus All The Night’s Winners!
Carrie Underwood took home performance of the year and female video of the year – both for her song “Smoke Break.”
While she lost video of the year to Tim McGraw’s “Humble And Kind,” she still holds the record for most video of the year wins with six.
Other big winners of the night included Thomas Rhett, who was awarded the prize for male video of the year for his song “Die A Happy Man,”
Chris Stapleton, who took home the award for breakthrough video of the year for his song “Fire Away,”
And Little Big Town, whose video for “Girl Crush” won them group/duo video of the year.

Our next headline comes from
It reads: Cleveland Cavaliers Get 105 Points From Starters, First Finals Victory, 120-90 Over Golden State.
The Cav’s blew out the Warriors last night.
Lebron James had 32 points, 11 rebounds and 6 assists.
The starters scored 105 of the teams 120 points and Kevin Love didn’t even play.

And our final headline this morning comes from Inside Edition
It reads…Boy Caught On Home Security Footage Sneaking Into Garage To Hug Dog: ‘He’s Welcome To Stay’
This video is going viral.
A little boy named Josh, from Louisiana, was caught on home security cameras entering another person’s garage only to hug a dog.
The homeowner posted it on Facebook asking if anyone knew the boy so she could tell him he’s welcome to stay and play with the lab, named Duchess.
After Josh’s mom saw it she said she was happy and upset.
Josh’s dog died about a year ago.
He did connect with the homeowner and now often plays with Duchess.

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