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Tipping Point with Boone Cutler is the FIRST and  LONGEST-RUNNING mainstream radio program of its kind, focusing on the 23 million military veterans in America and their supporters as our target audience.

Each week the show reaches text2join WARFIGHTERbetween 200,000-400,000 live listeners –  including online listeners- via the Reno, Nevada radio station KNEWS 107.3 FM broadcast, iPhone appAndroid app, and website.

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Matias Ferreira, a former Lance Corporal in the US Marines Corps, stepped on a hidden explosive in Afghanistan in 2011 and lost both legs below the knee.
He returned home and worked as a steam fitter before joining the police force.
He aced the exam and passed the physical test to join Suffolk County police.
Since wearing prosthetics, he has tried skydiving, scuba diving, snowboarding.
A former Marine who lost both his legs in Afghanistan will now join the New York police force after passing both the written and physical exam with flying colors.
Matias Ferreira, a former lance corporal who stepped on a hidden explosive in 2011 and lost both his legs below the knee, graduated Friday from the Suffolk County Police Academy on Long Island.
He returned home and worked as a steam fitter before joining the police force, citing a desire to help people and get involved in his community.
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Ibn Ali Miller, the man who broke up a fight between two teens in a now viral video, was honored in Atlantic City on Wednesday. Choking back tears, he used his moment in the spotlight to honor someone else - his mother. 6abc.cm/2nf6zll TAG or SHARE with an awesome mom.

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Las Vegas is in a state of terror as the Cosmopolitan hotel was evacuated following a shooting which left one dead and another injured, as the suspect is still not in custody.
This is the second gunman incident to occur in less than 24 hours in Sin City, as a gunman in a pig mask opened fire during an armed robbery at the iconic Bellagio hotel earlier in the day.
Currently, local police are in a standoff with a suspect who is barricaded on a two-story bus on the Vegas Strip, after the fatal shooting which occurred on the bus.
Police are in the process of negotiating with the lone suspect and officials said this was not an active shooter situation.
Earlier on Saturday, a gunman opened fire during an armed robbery at the nearby Bellagio hotel, prompting terrified tourists to seek shelter amid a chaotic scene.
At least three people entered a high-end store, which is believed to be a Rolex store, inside the resort, including one who fired gunshots, police said.

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