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  2. List of MyNetworkTV affiliates - Wikipedia

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    MyNetworkTV is an American television programming service made up of 11 owned-and-operated stations controlled by the Fox Television Stations division of Fox Corporation and 186 affiliates. As of November 1, 2022, twenty-five media markets lack their own in-market over-the-air MyNetworkTV affiliate, with twelve media markets served by nearby ...

  3. KQCA - Wikipedia

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    KQCA (channel 58) is a television station licensed to Stockton, California, United States, serving the Sacramento area as a dual affiliate of The CW and MyNetworkTV. It is owned by Hearst Television alongside NBC affiliate KCRA-TV (channel 3). The two stations share studios on Television Circle off D Street in downtown Sacramento; KQCA's ...

  4. WDKA - Wikipedia

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    Website. mywdka .com. WDKA (channel 49) is a television station licensed to Paducah, Kentucky, United States, serving as the MyNetworkTV affiliate for Western Kentucky 's Purchase region, Southern Illinois and Southeastern Missouri, and Northwest Tennessee. It is owned by the Community News Media subsidiary of Standard Media alongside Cape ...

  5. Masters of Illusion (TV series) - Wikipedia

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    Masters of Illusion (TV series) Masters of Illusion. (TV series) Masters of Illusion is an American television magic show broadcast on Pax TV from 2000 to 2001, which was performed on the grand stage at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California. The show was later revived in 2009 and broadcast on MyNetworkTV.

  6. NWA residents voice concerns over proposed relocation of USPS ...

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    The United States Postal Service held a public input meeting Wednesday to hear resident's thoughts on the proposed relocation of its processing and delivery services from Fayetteville to Oklahoma ...

  7. Cookie Jar Kids Network - Wikipedia

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    Cookie Jar Kids Network. The Cookie Jar Kids Network (formerly DIC Kids Network) was a syndicated children's programming block that airs selected Cookie Jar Group shows on local Fox, The CW, MyNetworkTV, and independent stations to provide them with a source of E/I programming required by federal law. The block is known on-air as simply Cookie Jar.

  8. Milk bank opens in Rogers, serves families in Arkansas

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    After opening in September, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock opened a milk depot at the Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas to serve families in the state.

  9. Strikes on Gaza’s southern edge sow fear in one of the last ...

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    RAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israeli forces struck the southern Gaza town of Rafah twice overnight, residents said Thursday, sowing fear in one of the last places where civilians could seek refuge ...

  10. Climate talks shift into high gear. Now words and definitions ...

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    National. Climate talks shift into high gear. Now words and definitions matter at COP28. DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The mood is about to shift, the hours grow longer and the already high ...

  11. The Hill (newspaper) - Wikipedia

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    The Hill is an American newspaper and digital media company based in Washington, D.C., that was founded in 1994. [4] [2] Focusing on politics, policy, business and international relations, The Hill ' s coverage includes the U.S. Congress, the presidency and executive branch, and election campaigns. [5]