Wednesday, June 01, 2016
 
 
by DMO Affiliate
Salma Hayek knows the secret to a lasting marriage. The Hollywood A-lister married billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault in 2009 and in the July issue of "Red" magazine, she admits that what happens between the sheets isnt critical to making it work. "Sex is not the key to a happy marriage, but it's a side effect. Although not every day! If it's every day then it loses its charm. It's so important to maintain your chemistry," she explains.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
Alumni from different generations of "Saturday Night Live," Maya Rudolph and Martin Short are reviving the variety-show format with their new series, "Maya & Marty." They tell TODAY's Matt Lauer that "SNL" producer Lorne Michaels suggested they team up after observing their chemistry working together on the show's 40th anniversary special.   [READ MORE]
 
At-home DNA testing kits for people are becoming commonplace, and now there are similar products for your dog. Their goal is to help you better manage your dog's health, and they may also help you figure out their breed. NBC's Olivia Sterns reports.   [READ MORE]
 
The Volcano Vista Hawks boys basketball team is not in the New Mexico Games, but head coach Greg Brown was there watch his daughter run the floor with the Clippers.   [READ MORE]
 
30 of the best women's basketball players under the age of 18 from around the country are over at the Olympic Training Center competing for a spot on team USA. Among them are a couple of recognizable faces from around southern Colorado: Kylee Shook - formerly of Mesa Ridge High School, and Oliana Squires - formerly of Sand Creek High School. Both hope to survive the weekend trials and on Monday be named one of the 12 women who will make the final roster. One thing the team USA coaching staff looks for is chemistry. "The most successful teams have been the ones that have the best chemistry," said Head Coach Suzie McConnell-Serio. "So that's something we've talked about developing early, right now." "[I want to] do something that not everyone else is doing.," said Squires. "Pretty much on the defensive end just to show them that I have defense because everyone has offense, but to be aggressive on defense." "Driving by everybody's like 'oh my gosh it's the Olympic Training Center,'" said Shook. "I'm here playing in it. so that's a great honor."   [READ MORE]
 
HAVANA, Cuba – Governor Jay Nixon wants Missouri to be on the cutting edge of trade relations with Cuba and next week he will be boarding a plane headed for the Caribbean country. Nixon is leading a trade mission consisting of Missouri business leaders with backgrounds in agriculture, education and technology.   [READ MORE]
 
This 19th-century female mathematician created the first computer program, but do you know who she is? Who is Ada Lovelace?   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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