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KENNY TOLD TO 'GET OUT!"

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

A Mid-State man will receive a refund after being escorted out of Saturday's Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw "Brothers of the Sun" concert for looking like none other than Kenny Chesney.

According to security at the LP Field concert, other fans thought they were seeing Chesney in the crowd and that created a disturbance.

Nathan Blankenship lives in Bellevue and works as a school teacher.  He told Nashville's News 2 he was looking forward to Saturday's show.

He said, "I decided I wanted to get on the floor and enjoy it so I dropped about $200 on a single ticket."

 

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ALLIGATOR GAR

Whether Brent Crawford has captured the world's largest alligator gar will never be known -- his scale bottomed out emphatically at 300 pounds and he filleted the prehistoric-looking fish after attempting to obtain its weight.

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STROLLER RECALL - KOLCRAFT


Three kids have accidentally chopped off a fingertip thanks to a faulty stroller design.

On top of that, two adults have reported smashing or cutting their fingers.

A hinge mechanism used to adjust handlebars on Kolcraft strollers is the culprit. Five models are being recalled.

Around 36,000 defective strollers were sold in the U.S. and Canada between January 2006 and June 2012.

Kolcraft is urging worried parents to stop using their stroller immediately and contact the company for more information.