• The mother whose 17-month-old baby boy died in a broiling car Friday during her shift at a Pembroke Pines hospital didn’t exactly forget to take him out of the car, according to a DCF incident report. She forgot to drop him off at day care before she went to work at Memorial Hospital Pembroke. “After finishing her day (the mother) proceeded to day care, where she believed she dropped him off that morning,” the report reads. “Upon being informed that (the boy) had never arrived at the facility, (the mother) began to realize what had occurred. “(The mother) drove back to the hospital where she worked and medical staff began to administer resuscitation efforts. (The boy) was transferred to a larger

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  • In a new teaser for the return of Tim Allen’s “Last Man Standing,” the sitcom’s stars make a not-so-subtle reference to the show’s move from ABC to Fox.  “Look at that, look, it’s a fox,” Nancy Travis, who plays Allen’s wife on the show, says as the couple sits around a campfire in a promo that was released on Tuesday. Allen’s Mike Baxter responds, “What is it?” “Yeah a fox,” Travis’ Vanessa Baxter responds. The TV wife repeats the word “fox” until Allen says, “I know somebody’s gonna be happy you said that three times.” “Last Man Standing” returns to television on Sept. 28 after a lengthy hiatus, moving to Fox after widespread speculation that the Disney executives that control ABC axed the

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  • Sergio Hernandez Jr. and his father arrived home around noon Monday to discover a stranger standing in their back yard, he told KGTV. The man claimed to be hiding from a dog, but he hopped a fence when Hernandez noticed the window to his father’s bedroom had been opened, he told the station. Hernandez chased the man down and brought him back to talk to his father, Sergio Hernandez Sr., who said three rooms in their home had been ransacked and called police, reported The San Diego Union-Tribune. When the man tried again to escape, Hernandez - a professional mixed martial arts fighter - threw him to the ground and put him in a triangle choke hold, he told the publication. “It took at least five

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  • She actually threatened to punch anyone she saw breastfeeding in public.

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  • Investigators have arrested a New Jersey woman after she allegedly tried to bring heroin disguised as cooked chicken through airport security. Sixty-one-year-old Emma Soriano of Passaic was apprehended Sunday after landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport with nearly 10 pounds of heroin worth upwards of $300,000 in street value, NJ.com reported. Soriano, a U.S. citizen, was reportedly returning to New York on a flight from Mexico City when U.S. Customs and Border Protection found the 9.7 pounds of heroin in her luggage. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York is now handling the case. The 61-year-old is reportedly facing federal narcotics charges.

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  • Pawn Stars' Old Man Richard Harrison Will Leaves Out One Son

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  • When NASA's Curiosity rover overcame a motor glitch to once again drill into rocks on Mars earlier this year, it was a triumph of ingenuity and engineering. Drilling operations hit a small snag this week when the rover met a particularly unforgiving rock.  Curiosity touched its drill down on a target named "Voyageurs," an interesting-looking rock in the Gale Crater. The drill worked as expected, but it just couldn't get deep enough into the rock to generate a sufficient amount of material for the rover to collect a sample for analysis. "All evidence suggests that this rock target is one of the hardest yet observed in Gale crater," Curiosity team member Mark Salvatore wrote in a mission update

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