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Weekly Roundup 2/5/18-2/9/18

Adelae Norwood, News Editor

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Monday

from Dyan Stuflick

15-year-old Texas teen Heaven Ray Cox dies a few months after being lured by a Snapchat predator. Read more here.

Tuesday

from Paige Townsend

Syria suffers as the government raises bombing levels. 80 people were killed after the Russian strikes in Syria, and the Syrian government has only approved 27% of aid. Read more here.

Wednesday

from Brigid Ambuul

A couple in New Jersey was married in the bathroom of a courthouse after the groom’s mother fell ill. She had to stay in the bathroom until the ambulance arrived, so the couple was married there alongside her. Read more here.

Thursday

from Lauren Brazele

A Starbucks is sued by a Californian couple who claims to have found the barista’s blood in their frappuccino. Read more here.

Friday

from Rachel Howard

A Man from Maine kicks and punches a 150-lb bear to scare it away after it attacks his 11-month-old puppy. He received minimal injury, but his puppy has severe puncture wounds. Read more here.

 

Honorable Mentions:

Satanists Adopted A Highway So You May As Well Start Playing Some AC/DC Now” (Huffington Post) Satanists – who don’t believe in Satan – adopt a highway.

 

Spirit Airlines employee told student to flush emotional support hamster down the toilet, student alleges” (Fox News) College student Belen Aldecosea was given three options: flush her emotional support hamster down the toilet, set him free, or get off the plane. When two of the options failed, she chose the “most humane choice.”

 

Uniformed officer asked to leave “gun-free” Outback Steakhouse because of service gun” (Fox News) A uniformed officer and his wife were asked to leave an Outback Steakhouse  because of their no guns policy and a woman who was “scared for her life.”

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