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Al Boe

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Salvation Army worker allegedly exposed himself to a 4-year-old

Kingsport - A Salvation Army bell ringer has been arrested after he allegedly exposed himself to a child while collecting money, according to reports.

Tinder wants your kidney and heart

Tinder has launched a new organ donation campaign on its app in an attempt to educate users of the dating app about the process.

Sales of iPhones will 'tumble' in 2016

Sales of Apple's wildly popular iPhone will "tumble" next year, according to predictions in a new report by Morgan Stanley.

Seattle votes to allow Uber and Lyft to unionize

Seattle - Seattle, Washington, has become the first city in the U.S. to vote to allow drivers with ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft to unionize.

A decision on Pete Rose's reinstatement to baseball has been made

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred has decided not to reinstate Pete Rose into the game of baseball, according to reports.

School forces 7th grader to cover up 'Star Wars' shirt

With the new "Star Wars" film coming out, many avid fans are celebrating. One fan was forced to stop his display of celebration when his school forced him to cover up his Star Wars shirt.

'American Horror Story' actress dies at 43

Rose Siggins, who appeared on the wildly popular "American Horror Story," has died at the age of 43, according to numerous media outlets.

'Mike and Molly' cancelled by CBS

CBS' "Mike and Molly," a staple on the network for the past several seasons, will air its final episodes during the upcoming network season.

'MadTV' is coming back in January

A look through the history of sketch comedy on television will likely give fans fond memories of FOX's "MadTV." Lucky for these very same fans, the show is making a comeback.

New video game tries to combat cyberbullying

A new simulation video game from Pixelberry Studios is teaming up with The Cybersmile Foundation to battle many issues a typical high school student goes through, including bullying.

Employee fired after helping to extinguish fire

Gaylord - An employee of a retailer in Michigan lost his job after helping to extinguish a fire at the store. His former boss said that the decision was based on the company's "safety procedures."

Video: 'Christmas Miracle' staged for Canadian airline passengers

Toronto - Christmas came early for over 250 passengers after Canadian airline WestJet provided them with their Christmas wishes this holiday season through a campaign they call "WestJet Christmas Miracle".

American military veteran Merill Newman released by North Korea

Beijing - North Korea has released the United States military veteran who was taken into custody by the country on October 26th. Merill Newman, 85, had been in the country as a tourist.

What's the future like for Family Guy's Brian Griffin? [spoiler]

Just two weeks after 'Family Guy' seemingly killed off a major character, we have gotten word on the future of the beloved character.

2 million Facebook, Twitter and Gmail accounts compromised

Around 2 million Facebook, Gmail, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts were compromised by hackers in the past month, according to a new report.

Pittsburgh Pirates Minor Leaguer Evan Chambers dead at 24

Evan Chambers, a Minor League baseball player in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, has passed away at the age of 24, the team announced Monday.

'Fast and the Furious' star Paul Walker killed in car accident

Santa Clarita - Paul Walker, a Hollywood actor known for starring in the 'Fast and the Furious' film series, reportedly died in a car accident Saturday afternoon.

Man arrested after calling sister with hoax bomb threat

San Diego - Traffic in Southern California was brought to a halt on Thanksgiving after a man anonymously called his sister, who was driving on I-15, to jokingly tell her that there was a bomb in her car.

Mafia boss fed alive to pigs: Italian Police

A mafia boss who went missing in 2012 was likely fed alive to pigs, an investigation that was launched into the case revealed.

Video: NBC's David Gregory investigated for showing gun magazine

Washington - 'Meet the Press' anchor David Gregory is being investigated by Washington D.C. police after he showed a high-capacity gun magazine that is illegal under Washington D.C. law.
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