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Oklahoma City Thunder Fan Sinks Shot from Half-Court to Win $20,000 for His Wife’s Cancer Treatment

Heath Kufahl and his wife were at an Oklahoma City Thunder game and were picked to compete at halftime against another couple for a chance to win $20,000. Well, in the first round, Heath and his wife made more shots than the other couple. Beating that couple is what gave Heath the chance at the half-court shot.

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Bryce Brentz
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Red Sox Prospect Bryce Brentz to Miss Spring Training After Shooting Himself in the Leg

Boston Red Sox prospect Bryce Brentz may not have a shot at making the team this year. And we emphasize the word "shot."

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Clinton Man Dies from Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound

This morning at 8:53 a.m., Clinton Police Officers responded to the scene of a reported shooting in the 300 block of East Jefferson Street.  Upon arrival officers encountered two female occupants of the residence.  They told responding officers they heard what sounded like a gunshot in the bedroom of a male resident of the home.

Officers found the door of the bedroom barricaded from the inside and after forcing their way into the room found a 57-year-old white male of the home deceased on the floor.

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Man Shoots Himself in the Butt During a ‘Bourne Legacy’ Screening

Gun control, and specifically guns at the movies, have been a hot issue since the tragic theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado yet people still find it necessary to bring their gun to a movie. That plan backfired – literally – on a Nevada man who shot himself in the butt during a screening of ‘The Bourne Legacy.’

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