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Pictures posted on social media show beer being dripped into the gator's mouth while its neck is held tightly, as well as smoke being blown onto its face.
Pictures posted on social media show beer being dripped into the gators

Two South Carolina Men Charged for Forcing Alligator to Drink Beer

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A witness allegedly observed Tori Castillo locking her young children in the trunk of a car before she went into the store to shop.

Castillo faces child abuse charges.
A witness allegedly observed Tori Castillo locking her young children in the

Utah Mother Arrested After Allegedly Locking Children in Trunk of Car While She Shopped at Wal-Mart

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"The question is, can a 2-year-old open a car door and a 2-year-old and a 1-year-old climb inside and lock it," a local sheriff's official said.

According to the mother, the children were playing in a back room of their home when they disappeared. By the time she found them in the car in 96-degree weather, both were unresponsive, she said.
The question is can a 2yearold open a car door and a

2 Texas Toddlers Die in Hot Car; Mom Says They Took Her Keys, Phone and Locked Themselves in

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BREAKING: Gregg Allman, the gravel-voiced singer who helped lift the Allman Brothers Band to prominence and define Southern rock, died Saturday at the age of 69.
BREAKING Gregg Allman the gravelvoiced singer who helped lift the Allman Brothers

Rock Legend Gregg Allman, Singer for The Allman Brothers Band, Dies at 69

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These lab-grown chicken tenders from a company called Memphis Meats taste just like real chicken, according to our partners at ATTN:
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If you plan to grill out this holiday weekend, check your hot dogs to make sure they are not on a recall list.
If you plan to grill out this holiday weekend check your hot

210,000 Pounds of Hot Dogs Recalled Nationwide After Complaints of Metal Contamination

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The 35-year-old man was on a light-rail train late Friday afternoon when he started yelling what “would best be characterized as hate speech toward a variety of ethnicities and religions,” police said.

As two men tried to calm him down, he stabbed them and one other man. The slurs may have been directed at two young women, one of whom was wearing a hijab.
The 35yearold man was on a lightrail train late Friday afternoon when

Man Shouting ‘Anti-Everything Slurs’ Kills 2 on Public Transportation in Portland, Police Say

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A border patrol agent was involved in an off-duty shooting in Arcadia on Friday night, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
A border patrol agent was involved in an offduty shooting in Arcadia

Border Patrol Agent Involved in Off-Duty Shooting in Arcadia

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The “3D flower” jacket is from Dolce & Gabbana's fall 2017 ready-to-wear line, and it’s not yet available in most stores.

On the luxe retail website Moda Operandi, the designer piece has already sold out; those who made the purchase were required to make a $25,750 deposit.
The 3D flower jacket is from Dolce Gabbanas fall 2017 readytowear line

First Lady Melania Trump Wears $51,000 Designer Jacket During Visit to Sicily

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A senior at a Christian high school in Hagerstown, Maryland, will not be able to walk at her upcoming graduation because she is pregnant, local television station WHAG reported this week.
A senior at a Christian high school in Hagerstown Maryland will not

Maryland Christian School Won’t Allow Pregnant Student to Walk at Graduation Because She Was ‘Immoral’

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A small plane crashed in Temple City near the San Gabriel Valley Airport in El Monte on Friday night, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
A small plane crashed in Temple City near the San Gabriel Valley

Plane Crashes in Temple City; 3 People Injured: LAFD

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A San Bernardino County woman claims she was duped into buying and eating sugar-filled jelly beans when she thought she was devouring performance-enhancing “Sport Beans” instead.

Jessica Gomez filed a federal class-action lawsuit against the Fairfield, Calif.-based candy company in March, claiming they mislabeled sugar on the product’s list of ingredients.

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California Woman Sues Jelly Belly Candy Claiming Beans Were Full of Sugar

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Henry Amador-Batten was accused of inappropriately touching his son on a flight home, setting off a police investigation and angering the boy’s fathers.

“This is not something that should have happened in front of my son. This is not something that anyone should have to worry about happening to them on a flight just because someone might not like the looks of them," said Amador-Batten’s...
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Henry AmadorBatten was accused of inappropriately touching his son on a flight

United Apologizes After Flight Attendant Falsely Accuses Gay North Carolina Father of Fondling Son

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The former nurse, now 66, has been serving a 99-year prison term for the death of a 15-month-old who she fatally injected with heart-stopping drugs.

Because the hospitals she worked at experienced a sharp spike in infant deaths during her shifts, it is believed she had many more victims. When officials learned she was set to be released early due to an old law to reduce prison overcrowding,...
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Former Texas Nurse Accused of Killing Nearly 60 Children Indicted in Infant’s Overdose Death

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The 17-year-old boy with dreams of joining the U.S. Army had gone into an alley with a friend to retrieve his little brother, his mom said.

A dark car allegedly pulled up and gunfire was aimed at his friend, then the car followed him and someone got out and shot him in the head.
The 17yearold boy with dreams of joining the US Army had gone

Mother ID’s Teen Fatally Shot in His Driveway in South Los Angeles Area

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A Houston junior high school is apologizing after students in an advanced class were given "mock awards" by a teacher that prompted controversy and outrage.

One student received the "white people" award, while other certificates read, “Most Likely to be Homeless in Guatemala” and "Most Likely to Become a Terrorist."
A Houston junior high school is apologizing after students in an advanced

Texas Teacher Gives 7th Grade Student ‘Most Likely to Become a Terrorist’ Award

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“I felt helpless, like I was no one. Here, they talk about rights … in that moment, I realized, we don’t have rights.”

After being taken into ICE custody, Guadalupe Plascencia feared she would be deported despite becoming an American citizen some 20 years ago.

She was finally released only after her daughter showed ICE agents her passport.
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U.S. Citizen Says She Was Detained by Immigration Authorities in San Bernardino

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The pink doughnut box is a distinctly regional Southern California tradition, one so ingrained it often requires an outsider to notice. Here's the story behind the box:
The pink doughnut box is a distinctly regional Southern California tradition one

The Pink Doughnut Box: The History of a Southern California Icon

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Months after the Tower of Terror closed down for good at Disney California Adventure Park, the beloved ride is set to reopen Saturday as a brand new attraction, Guardians of the Galaxy -- Mission: Breakout.

So what can you expect from the ride?

Well, our Sam Rubin and Henry DiCarlo previewed it live on the KTLA 5 Morning News Friday, one day before it opens to the public.

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A Glendale man is on a mission to document the stories of World War II veterans before their memories are lost.

Photographer Zach Coco's "Pictures for Heroes" is inspired by his grandfather, a vet who died in 2014. Coco felt he never learned enough about his grandfather’s service, and so now he interviews vets in their 90s and 100s.

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