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After winning big game, baseball player hugs friend on losing team

After winning big game, baseball player hugs friend on losing team


Minnesota high school baseball player Ty Koehn struck out his childhood friend on a rival team, and instead of celebrating victory with his team, he ran to hug his pal.

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A man is accused of stealing from Las Vegas casinos by posing as a delivery driver.

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Training camp draws American #qigong teachers, lovers. Learning #Wuqinxi which imitates the moves of bear, tiger, monkey, deer and birds to promote health, listening to lectures on "harmony of the universe" from the world's top-grade #qigong masters

A new billboard has been put up in in Texas that says, “Texas is for everyone, not for bigotry. Welcome y’all.”

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ICE is posting notices telling parents who are trying to locate their children to call 1-800-203-7001. However, many parents have reported that when they try to call, they have been unable to get through or were told they will receive a call back.

A vehicle got T-boned by a truck hauling a camper trailer after it swerved, hit the barrier and veered into traffic on Interstate 15 near 110000 South near South Jordan.

ICYMI: #RealSaltLake and the #SanJoseEarthquakes tied 1-1 on Saturday.

There’s no question that many moms have an instinct to sleep with their babies. But the American Academy of Pediatrics is opposed to bed-sharing.

Licensing cosmetologists? There's a board for that.Preserving state history? There's a board for that. Making sure judges act properly? Yup. There's a board for that.

The incredible disappearing French Socialist Party

Donald Hall was a prolific author who began writing when he was just 12 years old. Over the course of a career that spanned more than seven decades, he wrote over 40 books, about half of which were works of poetry.

Court records say a Colorado inmate, mistakenly released from jail, enjoyed less than two hours of freedom before his wife realized the error and made him turn himself in.

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