09 June 2018, 08:44 | Marlene Myers
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New Jersey State Trooper stops retired officer who delivered him
A stunned Patterson extended his hand and told Bailly he was the baby the retired officer delivered on October 5, 1991. Trooper Patterson, Bailly, and both of their families were "ecstatic" about the reunion, officials wrote.
Fans chime in on disagreement between Eagles, White House
The decades-old tradition of sports champions visiting the White House could be in jeopardy, at least for the next couple years. Trump's tool of football patriotism has become politically potent as it accelerated the decline in NFL viewership last season.
Gator sought after report of possible attack in Florida park
It is not uncommon for alligators to be removed from householders' swimming pools, but their attacks on people are rare. Despite the reptiles' widespread presence, only 22 people have died in alligator attacks in Florida since 1948.
John Beilein Staying At UM; Not Heading To Pistons
The Detroit Pistons seem hell-bent in filling their vacant head coaching position as soon as possible. He is now signed through the 2020-21 season at $3.37 million per year.