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  • Restaurant uses pizza boxes to help find missing pets

    MATAWAN, N.J. — A New Jersey pizzeria that has been in business for 45 years has found a new way to pay it forward: putting the faces of missing pets on the top of every pizza box. “I thought to myself, ‘how can I help?'” John Sanfratello, owner of Angelo’s on Broad Street in Matawan, told WPIX. Sanfratello was on Facebook when he saw a missing cat posted that looked just like his own. “I turned around and I see […]

  • The next Bond? Captain Marvel star to take over role after Daniel Craig’s departure, reports say

    With the James Bond movie franchise approaching the age of 60, there have long been rumors that producers will try to refresh the formula with a black Bond or a female Bond. It now appears that the next 007 will be both, TMZ reports. According to the Daily Mail and other UK outlets, British actress Lashana Lynch, most recently seen as a fighter pilot in Captain Marvel, will play an agent named Nomi who inherits Bond’s old code name. “There is a pivotal scene at the […]

  • Pizza chain to start sell box of crusts – ‘everyone’s favorite part’

    NEW JERSEY – I’ll have a slice —  just hold the cheese,  the sauce and most of the bread! Yes, that just leaves you with the crust, and that’s what the New Jersey-based Villa Italian Kitchen chain will start selling you next week — a box full of crust. The meal does come in their triangular, slice-shaped box. But, once again, it’ll just be full of crust. “We know that the crust is everyone’s favorite part of the pizza, so skipping […]

  • An Ohio man is running across the country to fight stigma surrounding former inmates

    INDIANAPOLIS – An Ohio man is running more than 3,000 miles from Los Angeles to New York to raise awareness about the stigma attached to people with criminal records. Cam Williams, 29, of Columbus, is running an average of 45 miles per day over 93 days. The founder of People Objective is stopping in a number of cities along the way to capture stories of people coming home from incarceration, along with the organizations and employers that help them readjust to […]

  • ‘Every family has that one kid’: Wisconsin brothers’ fish photo goes viral

    BROOKINGS, S.D. – It’s a fish tale that has photo proof to back it up. Marika Daniels recently took her kids to the Children’s Museum of South Dakota to go “fishing” for rubber fish. She snapped a photo, and it wasn’t until she saw it that she realized her 18-month-old actually had the replica fish in his mouth. “Every family has that one kid,” Daniels, of Eau Claire, Wisconsin joked on social media. Since sharing the post on Facebook, it […]

  • Photo captures the moment a boy knelt down to tie the shoe of an Honor Guard member

    ARLINGTON, Texas – A Texas boy is receiving praise for a simple act of kindness caught on camera during a Fourth of July parade, Fox News reported. The North Texas boy, identified as Josh, stepped into the Independence Day celebration to tie an Honor Guard member’s shoe; the Honor Guard member’s hands were full, presenting the American flag. A woman snapped a photo of the moment and shared it on Facebook, saying “We need more of his type in the […]

  • New York woman becomes oldest living person in US at 114

    NEW YORK – Harlem’s favorite supercentenarian, Mrs. Alelia Murphy turned 114 years old July 6, becoming the oldest living person in the country. “This is Harlem history. This is family history. We are standing here with a Harlem landmark, a Harlem icon – Mrs. Alelia Murphy,” said State Sen. Brian Benjamin. Her age has been validated by the Gerontology Research Group. Among those paying tribute to Murphy were elected officials, including Sen. Benjamin, who represents Upper Manhattan. The party was […]

  • Philadelphia teen raises thousands to help homeless veterans

    PHILADELPHIA – Army veteran Brian Roberts said his hardest fought battle didn’t come until he was back home after serving. “I was homeless for a little bit,” he said. “I slept in my car. It was hard.” Roberts had trouble finding a job when he returned home, leaving him unable to pay his bills.  “It was hard to transition,” he said. “People in the military have pride, and sometimes that pride build’s like an obstacle and sometimes it’s hard to […]

  • Dust devil stops little league game

    HENRICO COUNTY, Va. – Incredible video shows a dust devil touching down during the 2019 7u Virginia State Invitational Tournament in Henrico County Saturday afternoon. Ginger Rutherford said the dust devil “suddenly showed up in the middle of play” during Game 4 around 4:10 p.m. “Many boys were in awe, a few were really frightened and ran, some asking if it was a tornado,” Rutherford said. “Do you see that?” one spectator can be heard saying as the dust devil […]

  • Doe spotted with rare triplets, including one albino fawn

    MILES CITY, Mont. — A deer recently gave birth to a very rare albino fawn in a batch of triplets, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. The deer gave birth to two ordinary babies and moments later had a third albino baby, making for a rare batch of triplets. “Nature is pretty wild!” said Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in a Facebook post. They are also urging people to give deer their space around this time of year because they […]

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