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FNC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 24, 2005
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(Studio: Rick Leventhal) Tonight's stories: NORAD's Santa Claus radar; Finland and Iceland's competition to be Santa Claus's homeland; the possibility Britain's Prince Charles may change his name to George if he takes the throne; "American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood being named Oklahoman of the Year; singer Mariah Carey's tie with Elvis Presley for the 2nd most number 1 solo singles; the death of "It's a Wonderful Life" star Argentina Brunetti; actor Don Johnson's wife's pregnancy; singer Cyndi Lauper's upcoming role in "The Threepenny Opera"; actress Laura Dern's marriage.

Leventhal, Rick

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