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Food Lion Executive Caught In Underage Sex Sting

Food Lion Executive Caught In Underage Sex Sting

Stray dog crashes wedding, gets new home

A man and his fiancée planned on becoming a family of two, but after their wedding last month they became a family of three after a four-legged wedding crasher broke in on their ceremony.

Marília and Matheus had planned on an outdoor wedding last month, but a storm came in so they moved their ceremony to a tent. At the same time, a stray dog was looking for a dry place to wait out the storm, the Dodo reported.

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Wedding guests tried to shoo the muddy dog away, but he came back. Right when the bride was supposed to walk in, the dog came down the aisle.

Guests removed the dog again, and everything went as planned.

Until it came time for the vows.

The dog returned and decided he was going nowhere, taking a nap on Marílla’s veil.

The dog stayed through the ceremony, and the reception until the rain stopped. The dog left of his own accord, the Dodo reported.

You’d think the story would end that day, but it didn’t.

The couple realized the dog was now part of their lives and if they could find him, they would adopt him. But a week went by without a reunion.

Eventually they found their extra wedding guest and brought the now-former street dog home, gave him a bath, some food and a name: Snoop.

Woman Warning Others After Trip to Pumpkin Patch Leads to Painful Infection

Woman Warning Others After Trip to Pumpkin Patch Leads to Painful Infection

Stray Pup Finds Forever Home After Crashing Wedding

Stray Pup Finds Forever Home After Crashing Wedding

White nationalist Richard Spencer at University of Florida: Live updates

Florida’s flagship public university braced Thursday for a speech and rally by a white nationalist that was expected to bring thousands of protesters – and, some feared, violent demonstrations -- to its campus. 

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Richard Spencer is due to speak from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, about 2 miles from the center of the University of Florida campus.

Hank the pit bull, wrongly accused of killing livestock, set free

A pit bull named Hank that was wrongfully blamed for killing livestock last year is now free.

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A judge in Thurston County, Washington, on Wednesday voided a Lewis County euthanasia order and ordered that Hank be released to his adoptive family in Centralia, Washington. 

Though witnesses said the pit bull that killed the livestock was not Hank, a Lewis County judge ruled Hank a dangerous dog and directed he be put down.

Hank's owners have been fighting in court for five months and finally won on Wednesday.

“It feels wonderful! It's like I can't tell you how great it is,” Hank’s owner, Jann Propp-Estimo, told KIRO.

The family said they planned on spoiling Hank.

Girl dumps piggy bank to help pay for classmate’s milk, starts a milk money movement

A little girl was sad that her classmate had to go without when it came to milk break in her kindergarten class, so she decided to do something about it.

Sunshine Oelfke dumped her piggy bank on the floor and started counting her money. Her grandmother, Jackie Oelfke, was watching her when Sunshine put the coins and bills in a plastic bag before putting it in her backpack, CBS News reported.

She asked her granddaughter what she was doing.

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“I’m going to take it for milk money. I’m taking it for my friend Layla. She doesn’t get milk -- her mom doesn’t have milk money and I do,” Oelfke recounted online.

When she met with Sunshine’s teacher, Rita Hausher, Oelfke found out that there are 20 kids in the class who don’t have money for milk, which costs 45 cents a day, CBS News reported.

She shared her story on Facebook.

The post inspired people to pledge money for a milk fund for the class. So Oelfke started a GoFundMe to help pay for milk for the rest of the semester. She set the goal at $700. In a week, the account had more than $1,000 that will pay for milk for every child in the class for the rest of the year.

The goal was raised to $5,000, and donors have surpassed it and then some with more than $9,000.

Oelfke said Sunshine came home a few days later, “Guess what! My whole class got milk today. Layla now has milk money.”

Ford Recalls Over 1 Million Trucks

Ford Recalls Over 1 Million Trucks

Judge Rescinds Ruling, Convicted Rapist Won’t Have Joint Custody of Victim’s Child

Judge Rescinds Ruling, Convicted Rapist Won’t Have Joint Custody of Victim’s Child

Nude Photos Lead To Clerk's Arrest

Nude Photos Lead To Clerk's Arrest
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