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Internet funds homeless valedictorian’s college education

A homeless Florida teen who was named valedictorian of his high school class last week will now get the opportunity to go to college thanks to help from the Internet.

5 reasons Apple’s duet with Beats matters

While Beat’s music-streaming service only has approximately 250,000 subscribers – paltry compared to Spotify’s 10 million – Apple is confident that will change once Beats taps into Apple’s 800 million iTunes accounts.

Facebook helps find abducted newborn in Quebec

The mother of a day-old infant snatched from a Quebec hospital says she’s grateful to everyone who helped bring home her baby — especially the group of people who hunted down the alleged kidnapper thanks to a Facebook post.

500-foot high VooDoo Zipline opens at Rio

A nervous energy bubbled high atop the Rio, on the patio on the 50th floor, where men and women of all shapes and sizes queued up to be the first to ride the new VooDoo Zip Line on Sunday.

Teen meets man who saved her as a baby

Skyler James and Charlie Heflin share a long history. But before James graduated from high school in Charleston last week the two had never really met.

Disneyland increases admission to $96

The price of a ticket at Disneyland is creeping closer to triple-digits. A single-day ticket for either Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park is now $96 for those 10 and up.

Roommates buy $20 couch, find $40K inside

For all the screaming and carrying on, their neighbors thought they’d won the lottery. But it was a lumpy old sofa stuffed with $40,000 in cash that had three young roommates raising a ruckus.

Baby survives 11-story fall from balcony

A 1-year-old boy is lucky to be alive after falling 11-stories from his family’s Minneapolis apartment balcony on Sunday.

Las Vegas fire chief: Department treats all calls equally

The Las Vegas Fire Department’s chief on Tuesday disputed a report that accused its paramedics of transporting more patients from wealthier neighborhoods and leaving more inner-city hospital transports to a private company.