5:40 Libyan Dictator Muammar Qaddafi is confirmed dead.

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5:43 The Eagles acquistion of RB Jerome Harrison was voided after it was discovered he had a brain tumor.

5:45 The NAACP and the ACLU are suing the city over their refusal to accept an ad for a billboard at the airport.

6:10 More Americans blame Washington for the economy than Wall Street.

6:26 NJ State Senate Candidate Phil Mitsch was forced to apologize for posting sex tips on Twitter.

6:40 Chris talks to Comedienne Anjelah Johnson about her performances this weekend at Helium.

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7:10 On this week’s Finance Friday, Chris talks to Steve Cordasco about Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan and President Obama’s standing on Wall Street.

7:41 Chris talks to CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons about the fall and death of Muammar Qaddafi.

7:58 Steve Jobs told the President Obama last fall that he was heading to a one term presidency.

8:10 Chris talks to CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the state of the Eagles heading into the bye week and the voided trade involving Jerome Harrison and Ronnie Brown.

8:40 Joe Biden was not telling the truth when he said rapes were up in Flint Michigan because of the economy.

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8:45 An electric car company that received $529 million in US loan money outsourced production to Finland.