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Top Trenders: Chick-Fil-A to Use Antibiotic-Free Chicken

Chick-Fil-A will join Chipotle and Panera Bread in serving antibiotic-free chicken.
Here are your Top Trenders for Thursday, February 13th!

NUMBER 5 - CHICK-FIL-A TO USE ANTIBIOTIC-FREE CHICKEN
Chick-Fil-A says within five years it will stop selling meat from chickens raised with antibiotics. Chick-Fil-A will join Chipotle and Panera Bread in serving antibiotic-free chicken. Antibiotics are used in livestock to prevent disease and to assist with the growth of the animals, but the FDA says the practice is contributing to the rise of dangerous bacteria.

NUMBER 4 - SNL FACES ON "LATE NIGHT"
When "Late Night with Seth Meyers" debuts in a few weeks there will be more than one familiar SNL face. Myers' former co-worker Fred Armisen will lead his band. Comedian Amy Poehler, Meyers' former "Saturday Night Live" partner, will be a guest for the premiere. Vice President Joe Biden will also be an opening guest.
"late night" premieres on february 24th on nbc.

NUMBER 3 - ROLLER COASTER GETS STUCK MID-RIDE
Thrill seekers got more than they bargained for Wednesday at Busch Gardens in Tampa. The Cheetah Hunt roller coaster broke down part way through the ride. Rescue crews used a bucket truck to get at least 15 riders down to safety. The Cheetah Hunt towers 102 feet over the theme park. Park officials are trying to determine what caused the ride to stop.

NUMBER 2 - SINK HOLE SWALLOWS CORVETTES
A hole opened up in the ground in southern Kentucky Wednesday, swallowing up eight Corvettes at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green. The museum's executive director says the sinkhole appeared under the skydome section. The hole is about 40-feet wide and between 25-to-30-feet deep.

NUMBER 1 - WINTER STORM MOVES NORTH
A winter storm has brought snow and crippling ice to the southeast, leaving the region cold, slick, and many people in the dark. Thousands of flights have been canceled across the country. Meanwhile, people up north are getting ready for the snowy mess as the storm heads that way. Several inches are predicted for major cities like Washington and New York.
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