Kicker: Hot doughnuts

NICK EICHER, HOST: Sometimes you just can’t avoid getting emotionally involved in a case.

Kicker: From slaughterhouse to sanctuary

MARY REICHARD, HOST: Police dispatchers probably hear everything.

Kicker: Singing surrender

NICK EICHER, HOST: Now, this is the art of the deal: the right words at the right time. And in the case of the story I’m about to tell you, it’s important to strike the right tone.

Kicker: Double graduation

NICK EICHER, HOST: A 16-year-old boy from Kansas by the name of Braxton Moral has a very busy May.

Kicker: Montana State Rock Song

NICK EICHER, HOST: Montana has a state song, a state ballad, and a state lullaby.

Kicker: Black Sea seal

MARY REICHARD, HOST: Curiosity’s supposed to be for cats but no one told a young seal pup in the UK.

Kicker: Every vote counts

MARY REICHARD, HOST: Every vote counts!

Kicker: Lost and found

MARY REICHARD, HOST:A woman in Manhattan last week left her Chanel purse in a subway station.

Kicker: Too good to be true

MARY REICHARD, HOST: You’ve heard if something sounds too good to be true? It probably is.

Kicker: A swearing parrot

NICK EICHER, HOST: Rocco is incorrigible. He was booted out of an animal sanctuary in Britain for swearing too much. And now he’s in trouble for unauthorized shopping.