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Royals, Tigers to play regular season game in Omaha

MLB

OMAHA, Neb. — Major League Baseball will come to Omaha for a day next year as part of an initiative to take the product to new places, commissioner Rob Manfred said Thursday.

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Phillies fan injured by flying hot dog launched by Phanatic

MLB

PHILADELPHIA — It was a flying frankfurter and not a foul ball that left a baseball fan with a black eye in Philadelphia.

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Burger King says sorry for Russian World Cup pregnancy ad

MOSCOW (AP) — Burger King has apologized for offering a lifetime supply of Whoppers to Russian women who get pregnant by World Cup players.

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Indiana trooper wins praise for stopping too slow driver

An Indiana State Police trooper who tweeted a photo of a vehicle he stopped for driving too slowly in the left lane says he’s overwhelmed by the widespread praise he’s receiving online.

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Spraying snake with gas leads to house blaze in Finland

An improvised method of getting rid of a snake in a garden by spraying it with gasoline kicked off a chain reaction that ended up with a house on fire in southern Finland.

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Abandoned baby moose, ‘begging for attention,’ befriends dog

A dog and a young moose have forged an unlikely friendship in Maine.

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Woman cited at North Carolina airport for breaking window

Police in North Carolina say they cited a woman who broke a window after becoming upset over a flight being cancelled.

Philadelphia mom throws epic prom with ‘Black Panther’ theme

A Philadelphia mom who threw a $25,000 Dubai-themed prom for her son last year is throwing a “Black Panther”-themed prom this year complete with an actual black panther.

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Immigration courts packed with cases of kids crossing border

The little girl wearing pink party shoes topped with bows smiled from her seat in a Los Angeles immigration courtroom.

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Mickelson apologizes 4 days after hitting moving ball

PGA Tour

NEW YORK — Phil Mickelson has apologized four days after intentionally violating golf rules by hitting a moving ball on the green at the U.S. Open, saying his frustration got the best of him.

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