Statt-us Update 2/19/20 – Today’s Headlines & More

Here’s a quick way to get caught up on what’s going on in the world. Everyday B-105’s StattMan puts together a collection of news stories that might impact the average person in Cincinnati. In no particular order. Nothing political or to heavy, just good country fun.
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Police to step up traffic enforcement on I-75 in NKY

Police agencies in Northern Kentucky are teaming up to slow down drivers on I-75 during a planned 24-hour enforcement blitz.

The blitz will run from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday & Wednesday.

During the blitz, officers will be out in full force on the interstate from Covington through Erlanger, watching out for drivers who are distracted behind the wheel, speeding or committing other traffic violations.

Pigeon That Can’t Fly Befriends Puppy That Can’t Walk

Marty Brennaman To Be Grand Marshal For Opening Day Parade

Harry Styles Robbed at Knifepoint on Valentine’s Day

Fire At Wholesale Tire Mart In Morgan Township Could Burn For Days

Earn $900 Binge-Watching All The ‘Fast and Furious’ Movies

“F9,” the latest installment in “The Fast & The Furious” movie series, comes out May 22, and a Honda dealership wants to pay one movie fan $900 to binge-watch the first nine films in the saga.

Yonkers Honda in New York says it wants to find “the perfect person to help us analyze our favorite franchise through the time-honored tradition of the binge-watch!”

The dealership said it wants to find car lovers who are also big movie fans. It doesn’t matter if they are new to the franchise or have nitrous oxide running through their veins.

The winning candidate will be asked to watch the eight “Fast Saga” films and last year’s spinoff, “Hobbs & Shaw,” in the week leading up to the release of “F9.” That person will have to fill out a worksheet after each movie and will have to chronicle their binge-watching journey on Facebook and Twitter.

The winner will also be asked to go see the new movie and write a tweet-length review.

In addition to the $900 ($100 for each movie), the winner gets a copy of all the movies to keep, a $50 gift card to the movie theater of their choice to see “F9” on opening weekend and a snack pack of NOS energy drinks, popcorn and candy. Click here if you’d like to try and win.