MWC Daily: Brad Paisley Crushes It in New Video
The Country Music Association (CMA) and the Academy of Country Music (ACM) might as well just deliver their 'Video of the Year' trophies to Brad Paisley now.
Have you seen the 'Crushin' It' video? It's fantastic. Brad drew, created and animated the video himself. He transformed some of today's hottest country singers into 'superheroes.' I feel sorry for any videos that come up against 'Crushin' It' during award season. They have no chance at winning.
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If You're a VIP, You Could Win Prizes!
If you're not a WOKQ VIP Club Member, you should do yourself a favor and join. You could win some pretty amazing prizes and by the way, if you sign up before 9am tomorrow morning, (Thurs 5/14) you will have early access to Shania Twain tickets! (on sale to the general public Friday morning)
Red Flag Warning
Today, we'll see critical fire weather conditions, so there is a 'Red Flag Warning' in effect for all of southern New Hampshire between noon and 8pm.
Partly sunny and breezy, high 66. North Country will start the day with clouds and showers and partly sunny skies this afternoon, high 56. Check your 5-day forecast.
Top News Stories
More possible victims in train derail
Philadelphia's mayor says not everyone has been accounted for following last night's Amtrak train derailment that killed at least six people and injured dozens of others. Federal investigators are expected to arrive at the scene this morning. The train, which was traveling from Washington, D.C. to New York, derailed shortly after 9 p.m., sending all seven cars off the tracks.
Barnaby faces arraignment today
One of two Canadian men suspected of killing two Nashua women more than 25 years ago faces arraignment today. Anthony Barnaby was returned to New Hampshire yesterday. He has already gone through three trials in the case and faces refiled charges after police say new DNA evidence and witnesses justified another trial.
Maine middle school finds E. coli in water
Officials say three of five water samples tested at a Maine middle school contained elevated levels of E. coli. Staff members and students at Marshwood Middle School in Eliot have been told not to drink the water until further notice.
Wake Up Winning
We'll have another pair of tickets to see Shania Twain this October in Manchester! Have a wonderful Wednesday!