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Decade after vanishing, girls found in Ohio home—alive
Here's the interview of the year from Charles Ramsey, a neighbor who found the women
Police have released a frantic 911 call made by one of three Cleveland women found alive after disappearing a decade ago. "Help me, I am Amanda Berry," she tells police. "I've been kidnapped and I've been missing for 10 years." Berry was last heard from in 2003, when she vanished after finishing a shift at Burger King on the eve of her 17th birthday, CNN reports. Three brothers, ages 50, 52, and 54, have been arrested, though only the middle brother, identified by neighbors as former school bus driver Ariel Castro, is believed to have lived at the home where the women were held captive.
(AP) - A 46-year-old soccer referee who was punched by a teenage player during a game and later slipped into a coma has died, police said.
Ricardo Portillo of Salt Lake City passed away at the hospital, where he was being treated following the assault last weekend, Unified police spokesman Justin Hoyal said Saturday night.
Police have accused a 17-year-old player in a recreational soccer league of punching Portillo after the man called a foul on him and issued him a yellow card.
TMZ got the dashboard cam footage of Reese Witherspoon's arrest the other night. She busts out the "Do you know my name?" and talks about her rights as an American citizen.
Aaaand here she tells the cop she's pregnant so she can get out of the car...
(NBC San Diego) - Dozens of San Diego area high school students have been suspended and banned from prom or commencement because of a twerking video according to one parent.
The video, created recently by students in a media class at Scripps Ranch High School, shows teenaged girls twerking while doing handstands to a YG song.
Thirty-two students danced and one student used school property to videotape the group outside class during 6th period.
Great story out of New Hampshire...
A University of New Hampshire track and field star hailed as a hero after he quit the team so he can donate bone marrow has given two liters of it to a complete stranger. Cameron Lyle, a senior, grabbed national attention last week when he said he would selflessly end his collegiate track and field career to give the gift of life to a 28-year-old leukemia patient. Mr Lyle does not know the patient's name, but was told that he had been given just six months to live.