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Last Week in America: Jan. 28 - Feb. 1

Last week, broadcasters reported on arctic temperatures, kicked off Black History Month with recognition of civil rights pioneers past and present, reported on the biggest fentanyl bust in U.S. history and had all kinds of fun giveaways for loyal listeners.

Here are some of the top trends last week:

21,633 Airings

21,633 warnings, updates and features on frigid temperatures across the country.

Story from WOOD »   Story from WWFW FM »  

10,661 Airings

10,661 broadcasts celebrating the start of Black History Month, with historical lessons and the latest info on upcoming events.

Story from WGXA »   Story from WORD-FM »

4,875 Airings

4,875 reports on the dealing with the deadly opioid from the border to the boardroom.

Story from KGUN »   Story from WBZ »

3,989 Airings

3,989 chances to learn about station sweepstakes, featuring prizes such as cash and concert tickets.

Story from WGCI-FM »   Story from WNYL-FM »