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An Arizona high school football player was arrested after he exposed himself in a team picture that was then published in the yearbook.
In the photo, now 19-year-old Hunter Osborn had his genitals out, and the yearbook was distributed to students at Red Mountain High School in Mesa, police told NBC affiliate WGBA.
Osborn, who was arrested Saturday, is charged with 69 counts of misdemeanor indecent exposure — one count for every player who appears in the photo with him. He is also charged with furnishing harmful items to minors, a Class 4 felony, and has been ordered to wear an electronic monitor, NBC News reported.
Osborn was charged as an adult because he was 18 at the time of the prank.
The school has launched its own investigation and other players who knew what Osborn was up to "could face disciplinary action."
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A man attacked a Metrobus driver with needle-nose pliers Tuesday morning and took control of the bus, D.C. police said. The hijacker then crashed the bus into a gas station parking lot, hitting a man who later died.
Over the course of just three minutes, the hijacker boarded the bus in Northeast D.C., attacked the driver and ran over the pedestrian, D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier said.
"People were just screaming, 'Somebody hit, Somebody hit,'" said Darius Johnson, a worker at a nearby Wendy's restaurant. "When we looked, it was just chaos."
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In the latest in a string of incendiary comments, Donald Trump accused Ted Cruz’s father on Tuesday of links to President John F. Kennedy’s killer shortly before the president’s assassination. From Muslims celebrating en masse after the World Trade Center fell to questioning the qualifications of his rivals for the presidency, here are some of Trump’s most provocative statements.
The Washington, D.C. Metro often used trains filled with passengers to look for sources of smoke or fire, according to a revelation at a federal safety hearing Tuesday on a 2015 incident that killed an Alexandria woman.
It's a claim that Metro is now disputing — but earlier Tuesday, Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld said the practice is no longer in place.
Wiedefeld said he didn't know whether such an action was performed Jan. 12, 2015, the day that 61-year-old Carol Glover died and scores of others were sickened when smoke filled a Metro tunnel and trains near L'Enfant Plaza.
Wiedefeld said trains with passengers aboard are no longer sent to check out smoke or fire, but an empty train may be sent.
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Professional boxer "Sugar" Shane Mosley was driving his son and girlfriend home from a soccer game on Sunday when he swerved to avoid a four-car pileup on the 405 Freeway in West Los Angeles.
After safely navigating the wreck, Mosley got out of his car and rushed to help a father and toddler in distress, Mosley said. Reaching into the crushed back window to save a screaming, bloody baby, then going back to help the baby's dad out of the driver's seat.
Mosley said he feared the child would choke on his blood or the car would catch fire.
"I did what any good Samaritan would do when they see an emergency," he tweeted.
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Police said Tuesday that a body found in a plastic bag along the Brooklyn shoreline this week was "obviously" the victim of a homicide — and that the man's feet were coated in cement.
NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said the man whose body was found in a bag near Sheepshead Bay at Oriental Boulevard in Manhattan Beach on Monday morning also had his hands bound behind his back.
"This individual was wrapped in plastic bags and his arms were tied behind him and his feet were submerged in concrete," Boyce said. "Obviously a homicide."
Zika virus is going to start spreading in the United States and the country's not ready for it, experts said Tuesday.
It probably won't spread much — most areas in the U.S. don't have the right conditions for widespread transmission of the virus — but even a little is too much, the officials said, according to NBC News.
"We have nothing at the national level other than advice from the CDC and most states do not even coordinate their programs at the county level very well," said Scott Weaver, of the University of Texas Medical Branch, at a news conference at the end of a meeting of Zika experts in Atlanta.
Once mosquito season starts, the U.S. could have small, local outbreaks.
"Very likely we will," Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told a separate briefing at the Pan American Health Organization's headquarters in Washington, D.C.
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The relationship between the San Francisco 49ers and the City of Santa Clara continues to sour.
The team on Tuesday announced it has filed for arbitration in an ongoing rent dispute with the Santa Clara Stadium Authority.
The 49ers want the city to slash the rent for Levi's Stadium.
Republican Ted Cruz launched a blistering attack on rival Donald Trump as voters cast ballots in Indiana on Tuesday, calling him "amoral" and likening him to a fictitious character he described as "a braggadocios, arrogant buffoon."
The attack came in response to Trump repeating unsubstantiated claims that Cruz's father, Rafael Cruz, was acquainted with John F. Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.
"The whole thing is ridiculous," Trump said on Fox & Friends Tuesday. "Right prior to his being shot, and nobody brings it up. They don't even talk about that."
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Minnesota police have released more logs of 911 calls about Prince, including a 2011 tip from a woman who said she was concerned about his "cocaine habits," NBC News reports. According to the log, Prince advised the woman "last year in Germany that he cannot control his habit and she was advised to report it."
The name of the caller was not released and the Carver County Sheriff's Office noted since the information was a year old and there was no indication the singer was "in immediate danger," the incident was marked as closed.
Federal law enforcement officials told NBC News that prescription painkillers were found on Prince and and in his home at the time of his death on April 21, though it's unknown if they played a role in his death.
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In Indiana, where the latest poll shows Sen. Bernie Sanders within striking distance of Hillary Clinton in the primary on Tuesday, Kristen Callihan will not even contemplate a general election without the Vermont senator as the Democratic candidate.
Callihan, a 44-year-old freelance writer from Michigan City, Indiana, likes his honesty and integrity, that he is not a flip-flopper, and that he was fighting for civil rights in the 1960s. She says she is no fan of Sanders’ opponent, Hillary Clinton, nor of Republican Donald Trump.
"(Sanders) is going to win," she said. "That’s all I’m thinking about."
But can Indiana provide enough of a boost to Sanders, badly behind in the delegate count as he is? If he were to lose, would his supporters back Clinton?
Prosecutors announced Tuesday morning that there is potential for a superceding indictment against Martin Shkreli, including securities fraud.
The prosecutor said the new charges would be related to existing allegations that Shkreli and co-defendant Evan Greebel defrauded Retrophin and that no new individuals would be added to the case, NBC News reported.
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A U.S. Navy SEAL was killed in an ISIS attack in Iraq, officials said Tuesday, NBC News reported.
Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook said the U.S. serviceman was advising and assisting Kurdish Peshmerga forces north of Mosul when ISIS launched an attack.
Earlier, U.S. military officials told NBC News the American was killed by direct fire about 2 to 3 miles behind the Peshmerga's forward line during a large-scale attack by ISIS. The U.S. launched 20 airstrikes in response to that assault, military officials said.
"It is a combat death," Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Tuesday.
Tuesday's was the third U.S. combat death in Iraq in the past seven months.
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Deputies were posted outside the church where the funeral for six of the eight family members killed in rural southern Ohio was being held Tuesday as authorities continue chasing leads on the slayings.
The service at Dry Run Church of Christ in West Portsmouth is the last of three funerals for the victims.
Seven adults and a 16-year-old boy from the Rhoden family were found dead April 22 at four homes scattered across a few miles of countryside near Piketon, about 80 miles east of Cincinnati. All eight were shot in the head, some had other gunshot wounds and bruising, and none of the deaths appeared self-inflicted, authorities said. Three young children were unharmed.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump rehashed unsubstantiated claims Tuesday that his rival Ted Cruz's father has links to President John F. Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.
In a telephone interview broadcast by Fox News on Tuesday, Trump cited a National Enquirer story that claimed Rafael Cruz appeared in a 1963 photo in New Orleans with Oswald and others as Oswald distributed pro-Cuba leaflets. The Cruz campaign immediately denounced the claims as "garbage" and Trump offered no proof beyond citing the supermarket tabloid.
"His father was with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to Oswald's being, you know, shot," Trump said. "Nobody even brings it up, I mean they don't even talk about that. That was reported and nobody talks about it."