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Crayola launches cosmetics makeup line with ASOS

Crayola has launched a cosmetics line for everyone who remembers using the big colorful crayons to draw makeup on with.

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Some products include big, colorful crayons in colors like periwinkle, dandelion and mermaid used for pigmentation and blending. 

The line also features face palettes and mascara, sold in bright Crayola pencil tubes.

Crayola’s makeup is sold exclusively through ASOS, and prices range from $10 to $50.

Full circle: State trooper pulls over retired cop who delivered him

It wasn’t the first time a state trooper and a retired police office had crossed paths.

A routine traffic stop by the New Jersey State trooper turned into a reunion with the man who had delivered him 27 years ago.

Michael Patterson pulled over Matthew Bailly. They started talking and Bailly told Patterson that he was a retired police officer who had worked for Piscataway Police Department, ABC News reported

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Patterson said that was his hometown, so Bailly asked where exactly he lived.

When Patterson said what street, Bailly said that’s the same street where he delivered a baby when he was a four-year rookie. He described the house and said that baby’s name was Michael, ABC News reported.

Patterson said that he was that baby.

The story started back in October 1991. Karen Patterson had been shopping but had gone into labor. She went home and her husband Bobby picked her up and carried her inside. 

Bailly was on scene and was walked through the delivery by a doctor on the phone. 

Flash forward 27 years later, the trooper and his mother visited with Bailly and his wife at their home after the traffic stop and said they were ecstatic about their reunion after nearly three decades, WRC reported.

Photos of the two members of law enforcement and their chance meeting were posted to the New Jersey State Police Facebook page.

The state police saying, “We’re not sure what the odds are of this happening -- maybe they’re close to the odds of a hole-in-one, winning the lottery, or being struck by lightning -- but it happened.”

By the way, Bailly didn’t get a ticket for his violation, WRC reported.

CMT Awards 2018: What time, what channel, who is nominated, who will perform?

The 2018 CMT Music Awards is set for Wednesday, live from Nashville.

>>NEW: Photos from the 2018 CMT Music Awards red carpet

Leading the list of nominees is Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line, with four nominations each.

Underwood holds the record for most CMT Music Award wins, with 17 trophies. 

Celebrity presenters include the Backstreet Boys, Hoda Kotb, Joel McHale, Johnny Knoxville, Kaitlin Doubleday, Katie Cook, Lindsey Vonn, Rascal Flatts and Sugarland.

The CMT Awards is country music’s only entirely fan-voted award show.

Here is how to watch the 2018 CMT Awards, a list of nominees and some of the artists scheduled to perform on Wednesday. 

When: Wednesday, June 6, 2018

What time: The CMT Music Awards will air live at 8 p.m. EST

Where is the ceremony: Bridgestone Arena, Nashville

What channel: CMT is broadcasting the show

Livestream: Click here for the CMT livestream

Who is hosting: Little Big Town, opening with the live world premiere of its new single “Summer Fever.”

Who is performing:  Here is a list of some of those scheduled to perform Wednesday:

  • Carrie Underwood
  • Blake Shelton
  • Kelly Clarkson
  • Chris Stapleton
  • Luke Bryan
  • Chris Stapleton
  • Backstreet Boys
  • Dan + Shay
  • Florida Georgia Line
  • Kelsea Ballerini 
  • Sam Hunt

Who is nominated: Here is the full list of nominees for the 2018 CMT Awards:


  • Blake Shelton, “I'll Name The Dogs”
  • Dustin Lynch, “Small Town Boy”
  • Jason Aldean, “You Make It Easy”
  • Jon Pardi “Heartache On The Dance Floor”
  • Luke Bryan, “Light It Up”
  • Thomas Rhett, “Marry Me”


  • Carly Pearce, “Every Little Thing”
  • Carrie Underwood feat. Ludacris, “The Champion”
  • Kelsea Ballerini, “Legends”
  • Lauren Alaina, “Doin’ Fine”
  • Maren Morris, “I Could Use a Love Song”
  • Miranda Lambert, “Tin Man” (from 2017 ACM Awards)


  • Big & Rich, “California”
  • Brothers Osborne, “It Ain’t My Fault”
  • Dan + Shay, “Tequila”
  • Florida Georgia Line, “Smooth”
  • High Valley, “She’s With Me”
  • Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, “Speak To A Girl”


  • Lady Antebellum, “You Look Good”
  • Lanco, “Greatest Love Story”
  • Little Big Town, “When Someone Stops Loving You”
  • Midland, “Make A Little”
  • Old Dominion, “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart”
  • Rascal Flatts, “Yours If You Want It”
  • Zac Brown Band, “My Old Man”


  • Carly Pearce, “Every Little Thing”
  • Danielle Bradbery, “Sway”
  • Devin Dawson, “All On Me”
  • Lanco, “Greatest Love Story”
  • Russell Dickerson, “Yours”
  • Walker Hayes, “You Broke Up With Me”


  • Bebe Rexha feat. Florida Georgia Line, “Meant To Be”
  • Carrie Underwood feat. Ludacris, “The Champion”
  • Cole Swindell feat. Dierks Bentley, “Flatliner”
  • Justin Timberlake feat. Chris Stapleton, “Say Something”
  • Kane Brown feat. Lauren Alaina, “What Ifs”
  • Thomas Rhett feat. Maren Morris, “Craving You”


  • Andra Day, Common, Little Big Town, Lee Ann Womack And Danielle Bradbery, “Stand Up For Something” (from 2017 CMT Artists Of The Year)
  • Backstreet Boys And Florida Georgia Line, “Everybody” (From CMT Crossroads)
  • Charles Kelley, Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker and Derek Trucks, “Midnight Rider” (From 2017 CMT Music Awards)
  • Earth Wind & Fire and Lady Antebellum, “September” (From CMT Crossroads)
  • Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town, “I Won't Back Down” (From 2017 CMT Artists Of The Year)
  • Keith Urban feat. Carrie Underwood, “The Fighter” (From 2017 CMT Music Awards)


  • Blake Shelton, “I'll Name The Dogs”
  • Thomas Rhett, “Marry Me”
  • Brett Young, “Mercy”
  • Kane Brown feat. Lauren Alaina, “What Ifs”
  • Luke Combs, “When It Rains It Pours”

Woman graduates from Naval Academy 5 years after struggling to get ex-NFL player dad's signature

Florida's military community has a new addition: Ashanti Curry of Jacksonville graduated last week from the United States Naval Academy.

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ActionNewsJax first introduced you to Curry when she was 17 years old and her dream of attending the Naval Academy almost didn't happen.

>> On ActionNewsJax.com: ActionNewsJax helps Naval Academy hopeful get dad's signature for admission

Her smile says it all. It’s even more of an accomplishment when you consider what it took to get her here.

In 2013, the honor student faced losing her academy acceptance because it required both parents’ signatures.

Her father, former Jacksonville Jaguars player Eric Curry, was never in her life and had an arrest warrant out for unpaid child support. Her attempts to get him to sign all failed.

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“This man has never made one decision in my life, but the most important decision that needs to be made he has that in his hands. I was very upset,” Curry said at the time.

It took phone calls to Eric Curry, his attorney, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson’s office and eventually a temporary stay of his arrest warrant.

But finally, Curry got the signature she needed.

Now, five years later, she's graduated from the Naval Academy. Her first salute was to her stepfather, a gunnery sergeant in the Marine Corps.

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Curry is now writing the next chapter to her story, a story of service that Jacksonville and our country can be proud of.

Curry's mother contacted ActionNewsJax’s Paige Kelton on Facebook this weekend with pictures and two words that were a reminder of the power one person’s story can have. The picture was of Curry’s graduation, the words – “thank you.”

Original Gerber baby poses with latest Gerber baby

Ann Turner Cook, the first-ever Gerber Baby, recently posed for a photo with Lucas Warren, the company’s latest spokesbaby, which quickly went viral.

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According to Gerber spokeswoman Bernadette Tortorella, Lucas’ family asked if Gerber would arrange a meet-up with Cook.

Chris Colin, Cook’s grandson, shared the image on Twitter over the weekend.

“My grandmother was the Gerber baby. It was a funny bit of trivia, never made her rich or got us free strained peas or anything. But last week she got to meet the company's newest spokesbaby, named Lucas. Pretty pretttty cute.”

Lucas Warren, the 1-year-old baby from Dalton, Georgia, is the first child with Down syndrome to be selected as a Gerber baby.

Lucas’ mom hopes that people see more than his disability.

“He may have Down syndrome, but he’s always Lucas first,” Warren told “Today” in February. “He’s got an awesome personality and he goes through the milestones of every child. ... We’re hoping when he grows up and looks back on this, he’ll be proud of himself and not ashamed of his disability.”

Ann Turner Cook, 91, was just 4 months old when her iconic image became a sketch that is known around the world as the face of Gerber baby products.

The sketch was drawn by a family friend, Dorothy Hope Smith, in 1927 and entered into Gerber's contest in 1928. When the drawing won, Smith said she would finish it, but Gerber liked it in its original state.

Cook's identity was kept private until she joined the company for a 50th anniversary celebration in 1978.

Cook, originally from Tampa, is a retired English teacher and novelist.

Mississippi teen helps veteran bury dog after helping him at hardware store

A Mississippi teen who helped an elderly veteran bury his beloved dog is being praised for his kindness.

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Milton Lowe told WLBT he went to the Cleveland Ace Hardware to find a shovel to bury his German shepherd, who recently passed away after 15 years.

Sam Coleman-Dancer, 19, an employee at the hardware store, struck up a conversation with the man and learned he had also recently been diagnosed with cancer. 

Coleman-Dancer told WLBT that Lowe reminded him of his grandfather and said that if his grandfather needed him, he’d be there.

Coleman-Dancer helped the man bury his dog when he got off of work. 

“Something he said stuck with me," Coleman-Dancer said. "He told me that great things come to you at unexpected times, and we both smiled. Definitely something we will both remember. He asked me if there was any way he could repay me, and I told him, ‘Yeah, by taking a picture with me,’ because I know that picture is something I will cherish forever.”

Cleveland Ace Hardware shared the photo on Facebook.

“We have an excellent staff and good-hearted people that work for us and go out of their way to make sure our customers are taken care of,” the post read.

Firefighter cuddles baby after car accident

A photo of a firefighter shows what they really go through in the course of a day.

Capt. Chris Blazek had just returned to the fire hall after a house fire on Saturday. He was getting a shower when a call of a car crash came in. When fire crews from the Chattanooga Fire Department arrived, they found a pregnant mother and one of her children screaming, CBS News reported.

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The department said that the mother was having abdominal and back pain and the baby of the group of three children, who ranged from 7 years to 4 months, was screaming. 

The mother had to be taken to the hospital, WDEF reported. Two of the children told firefighters they were OK. But it was the third, a baby, who needed comforting.

Blazek checked out the baby to make sure she was OK then what happened next is what went viral.

“She immediately laid her head on my shoulder. Shortly after that I decided that my guys had the scene under control, so I decided to sit and take a break with my new friend. She immediately fell asleep in my arms,” Blazek explained in the Facebook post.

Blazek said it was all part of the job and something crews “do on a daily basis,” WDEF reported.

Sheriff deputies escort daughter of fallen deputy to graduation

Gloria Garza was missing one important person when she graduated from high school Friday, -- her father -- but he was close on her mind thanks to his brothers and sisters in blue.

Jesus Garza was killed in the line of duty 15 years ago while responding to an emergency call, KSAT reported.

On Friday, his little girl was escorted to her high school graduation by the men and women who still wear the uniform, honoring Garza’s memory.

Gloria arrived at graduation in a Bexar County Sheriff’s Office patrol car. Then she walked into the ceremony on the arm of Sheriff Javier Salazar, walking under a U.S. flag held high by ladder trucks from area fire and rescue departments, WOAI reported. The San Antonio Police Department’s Pipes and Drums Band gave a soundtrack to the moment, KSAT reported

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It was a ceremonial law enforcement escort done for the children of fallen police officers.

“It’s a member of the family whether we knew him or not. We all wear the same uniform. We all wear the same badge. We’re going to step and do what we need to do for each other,” Salazar told KSAT.

Gloria was only 3 years old when her father was killed.

“My mom tells me stories. I don’t remember because I was little. I don’t remember too much, but I see pictures of me and him and things we would do.” Gloria told KSAT. “My family tells me I’m just like him -- the way I walk and talk. I know that he’d be proud of me for who I am.”

In addition, the Sheriff’s Office also honored the fallen deputy by naming its new horse for the mounted division, calling it Jesse. The horses that are part of the BCSO Mounted Unit are named after fallen deputies, WOAI reported.

Jesse and Gloria met before the ceremony and he followed her as part of the official escort.

She also received a small badge, with the number 1357, her father’s badge number, to wear around her neck. 

Gloria plans on attending Stephen F. Austin University and will study biology in an effort to become a neonatal doctor, KSAT reported.

Massachusetts graduate gets diploma, is surprised by father's return from overseas

Massachusetts high school graduate got quite a surprise when he received his diploma on Saturday.

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In a video posted by Marshfield Student Broadcasting, Marshfield High School senior Tyler Solomon was reunited with his father after receiving his diploma Saturday afternoon.

Solomon's father made the surprise return trip from a yearlong deployment overseas, and surprised his son on the football field where graduation was held.

Former drug addict, prostitute earns diploma

Once, she was a prostitute, a drug addict and a gang member. But on Thursday night, a California woman beat the odds and added a positive label to her résumé: graduate.

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Catarina Morales Reyna, 49, of Sanger, graduated from Sanger Adult School, KFSN reported. 

"I feel extremely proud of myself," she said. "I'm so happy I'm overflowing with joy. I'm sitting here tearing up cause it's hitting me that today at the age of 49, ex-drug addict, ex-prostitute, ex-gang banger, I'm getting my diploma. I'm truly blessed. God is good!"

Reyna became hooked on drugs as a youth and served a five-year term in the Valley State Prison for women, KFSN reported. She also gave birth to seven children and lost custody to six of them. But she has been drug-free for seven years and has been out of prison for 10.

“I got all my children back in my life today,” Reyna told KFSN. “I'm so grateful for life today and I'm truly blessed. It feels so right to be in my own skin. As I look back it's only to remember that I've come a long way and I never wanna go back."

Reyna is one of 110 graduates from the Sanger Adult School. All of them have had faced obstacles, according to Gloria Garcia, who works at the school.

"They all had some block in their path. The fact that they're moving forward in life -- it's inspiring to see that," Garcia told KFSN. “I remember telling (Catarina) don't give up. We just kept telling her 'just keep going' and she did it. It's never too late to keep going."

Dog saved from euthanasia becomes champion in competitions

A dog on the verge of being put down made the most of her second chance, becoming a champion.

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Stitch, an American Staffordshire Terrier mix, was one day from being euthanized last December when Millie Sawyer came to her rescue, WFAA reported. 

Sawyer is a foster mother for Habitat for Paws and has saved more than 70 dogs, WFAA reported.

Sawyer found Stitch in 2017, two days before Christmas.

"We got her at the very last minute," Sawyer told WFAA.

Stitch was turned away from three homes before landing with Kaitlyn Johnson, who introduced the dog to the sport of fly ball, where dogs run a short course.

"Two months in she runs a 4.35," Johnson told WFAA.

That’s a fast time for a novice dog. Stitch soon began placing at competitions.

"We want her to learn to run fast and flat," Pam Martin of Top Dog Obedience Training told WFAA.

But Stitch really surprised Johnson when she ran a record time of 4.117 seconds -- the fastest time for the Staffordshire class.

"I turn around and my whole team at that point is screaming," Johnson said.

Stitch continues to compete and excel at fly-ball competitions, Johnson said.

"Every time I set a goal for her she just leaps over it," Johnson told WFAA.

Happy birthday: Rubble the cat turns 30

Rubble the cat hit a big milestone this week, celebrating his 30th birthday, the Daily Mail reported.

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The feline, one of the oldest cats in the world and the United Kingdom’s oldest cat, had a party at a veterinarian’s office in Exeter, England, the newspaper reported.

Rubble, who lives with Michele Heritage, got his favorite cat food and a free checkup to mark his big birthday.

“He's a lovely cat, although he has got a little grumpy in his old age,” said Heritage, 50, who works at Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.

The oldest cat on record is Creme Puff of Austin, Texas, who was born Aug. 3, 1967, and died Aug. 6, 2005 -- according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the oldest living cat is Scooter, a Siamese from Mansfield, Texas.

Heritage said she met Rubble when he was a kitten in 1988.

“It was just before my 20th birthday when I got him,” Heritage told the Daily Mail. “He was part of a litter cat that my sister's friend had and I had just left home.

'I was lonely living on my own so got him in as a kitten. It was in May 1988.”

New York girl's message in bottle found 3 years later in Morocco

A bottle tossed by a New York girl three years ago during a family cruise to Bermuda was found by a fisherman in Morocco, Newsday reported.

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Shiloé Khokhar of West Islip was 6 when she put a message in a bottle and threw it into the Atlantic Ocean from the back of the Norwegian Cruise Line ship that had departed from Boston, the newspaper reported. 

On May 21, her father, Imtiaz Khokhar, got an email from Ayoub Elbaz on May 21 saying his father, Hassan, had just discovered the bottle on Plage Blanche – or “white beach” – near the city of Guelmim in southern Morocco. Elbaz sent a photo of his father holding Shiloé’s letter; the families have been messaging each other daily and hope to meet in person someday, Newsday reported.

Shiloé, now a third-grader, said she had given up on getting an answer to her message in a bottle.

“I think it's really cool because it actually took almost three years," Shiloé told Newsday. “I thought it would go to England because of the current of the ocean.”

Minnesota fourth-grader plays heartwarming version of John Lennon's 'Imagine'

A Minnesota fourth-grader’s haunting, heartwarming piano performance of John Lennon’s “Imagine” has gone viral with more than 4 million views, KARE reported.

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Adam Kornowski, who attends Lakeside Elementary in Chicaso City, performed Lennon’s hit at the school talent show last week. His mother, Michelle Kornowski, uploaded a video of her son singing and playing the song, and it already has been shared nearly 120,000 times on social media.

"There wasn’t a parent in the room with a dry eye by the end. He got a standing ovation and the applause lasted forever!" Michelle Kornowski wrote on Facebook.

Adam has been playing the piano since he was 5, his father, Karl Kornowski, told KARE.

NFL player Jermaine Gresham's random act of kindness surprises American Airlines passenger

Arizona Cardinals tight end Jermaine Gresham helped out a fellow traveler when she was hit with an unexpected baggage fee that almost made her miss her flight.

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Delilah Cassidy was returning from Europe on an American Airlines flight when she was told about a policy requiring certain passengers to pay for carry-on bags.

She posted that American Airlines charged her $50 for the bag, but her credit card was declined and the airline wouldn’t accept cash. 

The airline told her she would have to go back through security to check the bag, meaning she would miss her flight. 

That’s when Gresham stepped in and offered to pay the fee.

Cassidy said she didn’t realize who he was at first, and she was crying as she boarded the plane and tried to repay him in cash, but he refused to accept, telling her to “pay it forward.”

In the end, she was surprised to learn that her “angel” was Gresham.

School grants mother’s dying wish to see daughter graduate 

A high school in Washingtonville, New York held an early graduation ceremony so a teen’s terminally ill mother could attend.

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Elizabeth De Leon asked for the bedside ceremony after her battle against colon cancer took a turn for the worse, WCBS reports.

The 51-year-old mom was determined to live long enough to see her daughter graduate, according to USA Today.

“I would always tell her I won’t get my cap and gown until graduation,” De Leon’s daughter, Cassidy De Leon, said.

Richard Pagan, De Leon’s oldest son, told WCBS that he called Cassidy’s principal to help make his mother’s dying wish come true.

The principal brought Cassidy De Leon’s diploma, cap and gown to the hospital and presided over the private graduation ceremony on Memorial Day.

Pagan posted a video of the private ceremony on Facebook.

Family said Elizabeth De Leon lit up as soon as she saw her daughter in her cap and gown.

“She was happy,” Pagan told WCBS. “Me and Cassidy told her, ‘Mom, it’s okay. You can go now.’”

Elizabeth De Leon passed away shortly after the ceremony and will be laid to rest on Monday.

Cassidy De Leon will attend her high school graduation, which is scheduled for June 21.

Texas teen wins 91st Scripps National Spelling Bee

A Texas teen made believers out of a competitive field as he won the 91st Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday night.

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Karthik Nemmani, 14, of McKinney, Texas correctly spelled “koinonia” -- which is defined as “the Christian fellowship or body of believers” -- to defeat the largest field in the Bee’s history. Nemmani stood alone after 514 other competitors were eliminated.

"I had confidence, but I didn't really think it would happen," Nemmani told WFAA. "I'm just really happy. This has just been a dream come true."

Nemmani won more than $40,000 cash, the Scripps trophy, and trips to New York and Los Angeles for national television appearances.

Naysa Modi, 12, of Frisco, Texas, placed second, WFAA reported. The four-time participant misspelled "Bewusstseinslage,” which is "a state of consciousness or a feeling devoid of sensory components.”

Nemmani had met Modi on the spelling stage before the Scripps Bee, though. He was runner up to her in their Collin County spelling bee, WFAA reported. When asked if having her up there helped him, he said, "Yeah, I guess. I guess it gave me a little more confidence."

The Bee reached its final two spellers in Round 17.

On-stage competition began Tuesday after spellers took a written test, which played a large part in determining which spellers qualified for the finals, WFAA reported. 

The field was expanded to 515 spellers to accommodate wild cards — there had never been more than 300 competitors — and four qualified through the “RSVBee” program, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Nemmani and Modi live 15 miles apart. The third-place finisher, Abhijay Kodali, lives in Flower Mound, also in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the Times reported.

As for when Nemmani knew he'd win with the word koinonia? 

"When I heard it," he told WFAA.

Arizona Diamondbacks reliever pitches in to deliver groceries 

Archie Bradley is used to pitching in when the Arizona Diamondbacks need some relief help.

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So it was a simple matter for the right-hander to provide some relief at an Arizona grocery store, The Arizona Republic reported. 

Bradley went around Fry’s Marketplace in north Phoenix on Thursday, bagging groceries for shoppers who had signed up for the store’s ClickList delivery service. The service allows customers to buy groceries online and then have store employees load the food into their cars.

"To be able to order your groceries online, pull up and have them delivered straight to you is an amazing experience," Bradley told the Republic. 

After bagging the groceries, Bradley delivered them on a cart to surprised customers in the parking lot, the Republic reported. Each customer also received free cases of Bodyarmor water and SuperDrink, the newspaper reported. Bradley was representing Bodyarmor on Thursday, and said he had some jitters while delivering the goods to customers.

"I think I probably just got docked a little bit for bringing out the wrong order. I'm going to take responsibility as captain of this team,” Bradley joked to the Republic. “That's my fault.” 

Army Strong: Fallen hero's division honors him in sweet photo shoot with his newborn daughter

The military brothers of a fallen soldier are still holding up one of their own and his family, even after he was laid to rest. 

Chris Harris was married to his bride Britt for less than a year before he was killed by an improvised explosive device, ABC News reported. A week before his death, Chris found out that Britt was expecting.

From almost day one, with Chris gone, his Army unit has stepped in, filling as much of the void as they can since Britt lost Chris. 

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He was a member of the 2nd Battalion, 504th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82 Airborne Division. 

The unit was the first to know whether the couple was having a boy or a girl. She shipped confetti poppers that were stuffed with pink or blue confetti. When her husband’s military buddies lined up, complete with an American flag behind the group, they all found out they would be surrogate uncles to a little girl. 

>>Read: Soldiers help with gender reveal for the baby of one of their fallen 

At the time, one of the servicemen, Joel Crunk, posted, “Chris Harris laid down his life for our country. His newly wed wife was expecting their first child. The reveal is in Afghanistan with the men who fought by his side. We are happy to welcome the new member of our company.”

When Britt found out she was having a little girl, she decided to honor her husband’s memory with their daughter’s name Christian Michelle Harris. Chris’ full name was Christopher Michael Harris, ABC News reported.

>>Read: Baby’s first photos have connection to fallen soldier father

A few months later, Christian was born on a day that could not have been more appropriate: March 17, the same day Chris’ unit returned home missing one of their brothers in arms, WTVD reported.

“Knowing that we could come home to a baby girl, that was awesome,” Sgt. Nathan Bagley told WTVD. “When everyone came home, that was the day she was born, so that made it 10 times better.”

Britt told WTVD that the couple’s little girl has her father’s eyes. His mother, Sue Kolean, couldn’t agree more.

“It’s refreshing to see those blue eyes again,” Britt said.

“When she was born, it was like I was looking at my own son,” Kolean told WTVD.

And not only is her father possibly looking down, and watching over his little girl, she also has an entire division of heroes watching out for her, too. 

They immortalized their connection with the little girl during a recent photoshoot, WTVD reported.

As they were setting up, one of the soldiers said, “Chris, we got your baby girl.” The moment was caught on video.

Dressed in their Army blues, the division lined up behind Britt, who was dressed in a red gown and holding Christian. The little girl was dressed in a splash of white.

Another photo shows the little girl clutching an American flag her father fought to defend. 

The one photo that fully illustrates the support the little girl will have her entire life shows her being held in the hands of the members of her father’s unit as she wears a onesie that says, “My Daddy’s my hero,” the words surrounded by angel wings, as her father’s dog tags are hung around her neck. 

Offset of Migos buys new car for man who 'helped save his life'

He may be a rap superstar whose songs are on top of the charts, but Offset, of the trio Migos, still knows how to walk it like he talks it.

>> Rapper Offset of Migos wrecks car in Atlanta

Offset, whose birth name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus, made one man's day very special by giving him a brand-new car.

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The rapper wrecked his car two weeks ago in Atlanta and was taken to the hospital to be treated for minor injuries.

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He credits a man named Jamar who was walking nearby for helping save his life during the accident. Offset repaid Jamar by buying him a new Nissan Altima on Wednesday.

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The good Samaritan moment was caught on video.

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Not all heroes wear capes! 

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