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"An update for seven AM. I six fifty three it's MARCY Williams, Judd Hickinbotham. It's been called music's least wanted gig. Now, some civil rights activists want to boycott of the Super Bowl halftime show next month. If Georgia NWC vice president, Gerald Griggs has his way there will be no halftime entertainment at the Super Bowl this year, some of the entertainers who've been invited and we've asked them to not perform the reason carbon capture Nick he's the San Francisco forty Niners quarterback who started the take a knee movement to protest police shootings. Krug says he's since been blackballed by the league, and because the NFL won't talk with civil rights groups about it. Greg says he's asking music acts to boycott this year Super Bowl. Pete combs WSB hundreds of dogs found living in filthy conditions in candler county in middle. Georgia are now under the care of the Atlanta. Humane society animals have feelings too snow. It's bad thing. Dan. Who works here at the Atlanta. Humane society disgusted when he learns about the German shepherds living in horrendous conditions terrible thing, and I think they should hold the people who abuse them accountable the animals being nursed back to healthier Lakisha who works in the vet center says the shepherds will be paired with families who loved the breed who wanna larger pet they could be sixty or seventy pound dog. I'm Sal, maybe a little bit bigger than that. At the Atlanta. Humane society, Robin will- linski WSB a federal judge in New York denies bond for a man accused of joining the DA to help drug dealers Gomez whose forty one is to be tried in September on charges that could put him in prison for life. The judge said the level of deviousness he exhibited in the DA make him a flight risk. Reporter Warren Levinson says Gomez served in the marines for six years. Prosecutors claim he worked for a gang that's in cocaine to New York and guns to Puerto Rico Amazon stock rises three percent Monday. As the Wall Street roller coaster continues pushing it ahead of Microsoft as the most valuable publicly traded company in the country. Historically, it's been apple leading. The pack, but Microsoft knocked out apple in late November as the iphone maker stock dropped. Reporter Jackie Quinn says Amazon chose New York and the Washington DC area to build a second headquarters rather than Atlanta WSB News time six fifty."