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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

Amy's Kitchen recalls food over listeria concerns

Amy's Kitchen recalls food over listeria concerns

Amy's Kitchen is voluntarily recalling more than 73,000 cases of food over concerns of possible listeria contamination.

One of the company's organic spinach suppliers notified officials of the possible presence of listeria monocytogenes, which may cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in people with weakened immune systems.

A Walmart shoplifter is caught in the act trying to escape from the ceiling.

Accused thief uses 'Spidey' skills to escape

A man accused of shoplifting at Walmart is being called "Spider-Man" after he climbed into the ceiling to escape.

The alleged thief was being held inside the store in Mobile, Alabama, when he climbed up into the ceiling and crawled 20 feet through the ductwork.           

Should employees be rewarded for carrying concealed weapons to work?

updated 6:37 AM EDT, Fri March 20, 2015
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75% Yes
25% No

UVA student’s bloody arrest sparks rally, outrage

Protesters are accusing cops of using unnecessary force, after a University of Virginia student ended up with a bloody a gash on his forehead while being arrested.

A witness shot video of part of the arrest in which you can hear 20-year-old Martese Johnson yelling at cops and calling them racists.

How are you doing March Madness?

updated 7:53 AM EDT, Thu March 19, 2015
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9% Playing hooky from work to watch the games
28% Secretly watching at work
63% What is March Madness?
Where to see the total solar eclipse

Rare celestial triple-play on tap for Friday

Three big things will happen in the sky on Friday:

1. Total solar eclipse

The Kappa Delta Rho fraternity at Penn State University has come under fire for possibly posting inappropriate pictures on a private Facebook page

Penn State frat suspended over nude FB pics

A fraternity at Penn State has been suspended for a year after allegedly posting nude photos of women on a secret Facebook page.

A former member of Kappa Delta Rho reportedly told police about the Facebook page that features compromising photos of the women, some sleeping or possibly passed out. The site reportedly also has photos of hazing and drug sales.

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