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Today's Most...Wonderful Friendship: 1st grader shaves head to support friend with leukemia

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TODAY'S MOST...wonderful show of friendship: A first-grader decided to shave his head to support his best buddy who had to fight leukemia. Zac Gossage was diagnosed with leukemia and lost his hair during treatment, so Vincent Butterfield went with the bald look too. Vincent said "I cut it off to make Zac feel like he's not the only one without any hair." Vincent also helped raise money for Zac's treatment by selling stuff with his mom. Zac continues to come to school as he gets treatment.

TODAY'S MOST...ridiculous police sketch: A sheriff's department in Texas released a sketch of a robbery suspect. But the sketch looks more like something a child would draw, doesn't it. The department does mention the sketch is just "a likeness", but how could you possibly say this looks like anyone?

 

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