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    (CNN)Like other newborn puppies, Skipper likes to eat, drink water and go to the bathroom.But the border collie and Australian shepherd mix is unique from the rest of her litter: She was born with six legs. "This is a miracle named Skipper. Literally," Neel Veterinary Hospital in Oklahoma wrote on its Facebook page on February 21. "She has survived longer than we suspect any other canine has (at just 4 days old - published research does not indicate one has been born alive) with her combination of congenital conditions. You might notice she looks a little different - 6 legs!"Skipper was born naturally -- along with eight brothers and sisters -- on February 16 in Oklahoma during a big snowstorm, Dr. Tina Neel, owner of the Neel Veterinary Hospital, told CNN.After the storm, Neel said Skipper's owners brought her in to the hospital so vets could examine her.Read More"Our doctors...
    Former “General Hospital’’ and “Dallas’’ TV soap star John Reilly has died, his daughter said Sunday. Reilly was 84, according to his IMDb profile. The handsome dimple-chinned actor landed a recurring role on the hit nighttime soap “Dallas’’ in the early 1980s before nabbing a spot on the top ABC daytime series “General Hospital’’ as retired spy Sean Donely. He was so popular at one point that unrelated star character actor John C. Reilly had to add his middle initial to his name to be separately identified, director Judd Apatow once tweeted. “The brightest light in the world has gone out. Imagine the best person in the world. Now imagine that person being your dad,’’ John Reilly’s daughter, Caitlin Reilly, wrote on Instagram on Sunday — alongside a photo of her father hugging her as a little girl. “I’m so grateful he was mine,’’ she added of John...
    More On: shootings Three dead, three wounded in Virginia shooting rampage Disturbing new videos show shooting of Air Force vet during Capitol Hill chaos Air Force vet killed in Capitol chaos frequently shared conspiracy theories, called for ‘coup’ Air Force vet shot dead in US Capitol blasted pols for ‘refusing to choose America’ A gunman opened fire inside the emergency room of a Manhattan hospital on Thursday night, sources said. The 65-year-old man fired 5 or 6 shots inside Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital, before barricading himself inside a hospital bathroom at about 8:45 p.m. law enforcement sources said. He remained barricaded as of 10:30 p.m. The NYPD said their hostage negotiation and emergency service units were on scene. No injuries were immediately reported, police said. The NYPD’s 19 Precinct urged the public to avoid the area. “There is an active police investigation occurring inside Sloan Kettering Hospital located at...
    (CNN)Jeffery Michael Keene was a devoted husband, father and an Army combat veteran. He had served four tours in Afghanistan and Iraq during his 12 years of service. Despite being in the front lines of war, he would face his deadliest challenge at home. In the years since leaving the military, he and his wife, Nicole, welcomed their first child, Adalyn, and moved to Lexington, Kentucky, from Texas. He found a job as a service specialist at a local car dealership, making him the sole breadwinner. The Keenes were expecting their second child, a boy, in December. Instead, the baby was born prematurely on October 26. But Michael, 39, would never know. Struggling with Covid-19 symptoms, he died two days later, in the same hospital where his son was receiving emergency care. The joy and sorrow of those traumatic days tested Nicole Keene's faith. "I don't know why He answered...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- An investigation is underway after a San Francisco veteran's body was found in a ravine behind the VA Medical center in the Presidio a month after he went missing, but the sister of Abraham Siliezar already believes the Veterans Administration failed her brother."I knew in my heart that my brother could not have survived a day in his condition," said Alexandra Siliezar. "And I would look at the city and I would say, 'Somewhere in there, there you are. Somewhere in here. You are here. And I just can't find you.'"Abraham was last seen alive August 11, 2020 when he was captured on security cameras leaving supportive veterans housing on Kearny Street in San Francisco. His family says he was on his way to the VA medical facility at Fort Miley in the Presidio because he wasn't feeling well and was throwing up.His sister, thought it...
    RALEIGH -- A dog that passed away in North Carolina after demonstrating signs of respiratory distress has tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans, officials said.According to health officials, a client arrived at the North Carolina State University Veterinary Hospital on August 3 with their dog, who was demonstrating signs of respiratory distress with onset earlier that day.The dog later died from its illness.The client told staff that a member of the family had previously tested positive for COVID-19 and later tested negative.RELATED: Social distancing applies to pets too, CDC saysSamples collected from the dog were tested for the SARS-CoV-2 virus and were then sent to the National Veterinary Services Laboratories for testing.Those tests confirmed a positive result, according to health officials.A necropsy was performed to try to determine the animal's state of health at the time of death and the cause of death. The investigation...
    RALEIGH -- A dog that passed away in North Carolina after demonstrating signs of respiratory distress has tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans, officials said.According to health officials, a client arrived at the North Carolina State University Veterinary Hospital on August 3 with their dog, who was demonstrating signs of respiratory distress with onset earlier that day.The dog later died from its illness.The client told staff that a member of the family had previously tested positive for COVID-19 and later tested negative.RELATED: Social distancing applies to pets too, CDC saysSamples collected from the dog were tested for the SARS-CoV-2 virus and were then sent to the National Veterinary Services Laboratories for testing.Those tests confirmed a positive result, according to health officials.A necropsy was performed to try to determine the animal's state of health at the time of death and the cause of death. The investigation...
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