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Pizza shop owner sues when store confused for one where assault occurred

A Pennsylvania pizza shop is being targeted, but its owner says it is a case of mistaken identity.

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Customers upset about a viral video in which a former manager allegedly assaulted a woman have been calling Original Milano's in Oakland -- but the video was taken at Pizza Milano.

Ben Sciulli is the owner of the Original Milano's Pizza.

He wants to make it clear that his family business is not affiliated with Pizza Milano.

“My dad started this in 1975 in Hampton Township. He owns the rights of the name. He trademarked it," Sciulli said.

His family owns three locations, and the Oakland shop has been open for nearly 20 years.

Some customers assumed Milano's Pizza was connected to Pizza Milano, where a former manager was seen on video allegedly assaulting a woman.

It drew days of protests outside the shop and Sciulli's business has paid the price, too.

“For me and my employees answering the phone calls and the threats of coming to burn the place down and things like that, yeah, it was very frustrating,” he said.

He claimed people upset with Pizza Milano have been putting out false information about his business, including his phone number.

Sciulli’s attorney issued a cease-and-desist order, promising to file legal complaints against anyone who incites harassment.

Now, the threats have finally stopped and business is picking back up.

"We do have a lot of support in Oakland, (people) that have come and supported our business," Sciulli said.

The ex-manager at the Uptown Pizza Milano, Mahmut Yilmez, is due in court next week. The woman in the video, Jade Martin, was also charged.

Georgia mom's post about 5-year-old paying rent sparks viral Facebook conversation

At the age of 5, most kids are still learning the basics of counting, but one Georgia mom has tasked her 5-year-old with not only counting but learning the art of financial planning.

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Essence Evans has received international attention for her recent Facebook post, about requiring her 5-year-old daughter to pay toward the family’s rent, water, electricity, cable and food. Evans, who says she lives in Georgia, said in a Facebook post Jan. 14, that she gives her daughter a $7 allowance each week, so paying rent is a way to teach her some “real world” concepts.

“I explained to her that in the real world most people spend most of their paycheck on bills with little to spend on themselves,” Evans wrote. “So, I make her give me $5 dollars back. $1 for rent $1 for water $1 for electricity $1 for cable and $1 for food.”

Her daughter gets to keep $2 for herself or for saving.

The post has since been shared more than 314,000 times, and there are more than 44,000 comments, mainly praising Evans’ efforts to teach her daughter responsibility. 

“I think this is absolutely amazing! It is a great way to teach her how the real world works and to get her a little savings account of her own so she has a good start when she moves out or goes to college or whatever she chooses to do,” Jennifer Barfield wrote in response to the post.

Cathy White Stark agreed, writing that Evans is “a fantastic parent! Kids are clueless how things work and yes,they have this sense of entitlement. ... Good job.”

Some supporters even told personal stories of how similar tactics served them well.

“My father did that with me. I never complained. But when he died. He left me close to $28,000.00 I was shocked,” wrote Jim Koloski.

While the chorus of praise resonates throughout most of social media, there have been some who call her methods a bit much for a 5-year-old.

Some applauded the general idea but critiqued Evans for charging her child for necessities, even if just a small fee.

Evans’ Facebook post and the conversation around it have been featured on “Loose Women,” a television program in the United Kingdom, and several online news sites.

Evans did not immediately return The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s request for comment.

Firefighters rescue dog from freezing waters in Colorado

Firefighters in Colorado recently rescued a German shepherd from a freezing river.

The Pueblo Fire Department posted the now-viral rescue on its Facebook page.

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The 1-year-old pup, named Bill, was pulled from the Arkansas River by the department’s Ice Rescue team on Jan. 17.

The department is reportedly unsure how Bill ended up in the river, but he was reported as OK and reunited with his owner.

Watch: Bus security camera captures car going airborne in California

Dramatic video footage from the security camera of a city bus in Santa Ana, California, shows a car going airborne before it crashed into the second story of a dental office Sunday morning, KTTV reported.

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The video, obtained by KTTV from the Orange County Transportation Authority, shows a bus traveling through the I-5 underpass near 17th Street in Santa Ana. 

The video shows a car going airborne, barely missing the bus, before hitting a building.

>> Speeding car hits median, flies into second story of dental office

Two people were injured when the car, apparently traveling at a high rate of speed, hit a raised median and flew into the second floor of a dental office, police said.

Man finds daughter after putting her up for adoption nearly 40 years ago

Jerry Miller’s daughter was taken from him shortly after she was born in 1978 in Covington, Kentucky. 

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At that time, he was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm, and his chances of recovery were slim, according to WAVE

His wife was 17 years old the newborn would be too much to take care of, so she was given up for adoption.

Over the years, Miller remarried. He had three children and moved to Hanover, Indiana, according to WAVE

But he never forgot about the baby he held for 30 minutes that day nearly 40 years ago. He tried to find her, using private detectives. His last hope was social media.

"Please everyone share this,” his daughter wrote in a post that has since been made private on Facebook. “My dad is looking for a daughter that was adopted while he was very ill and was unable to gain custody in 1978.”

The post went viral, and media groups also shared the story.

"If she doesn't see it, I'll probably go to my grave regretting it,” Miller told WAVE. "Wondering if she's dead or alive. If somebody is taking care of her the right way.”

Miller stopped wondering Sunday, when they reconnected. 

Girls meet ‘Maui’ from Disney’s ‘Moana’ at Hawaiian Costco

Imagine running into Costco to stock up and running into one of the Hawaiian demigods, and a Disney character at that, in real life.

That’s exactly what happened to two little girls in Hawaii, Hawaii News Now reported.

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They went to their local Costco with their mother, and as they were checking out, they thought they ran into Maui from Disney’s film “Moana.”

In reality, they met cashier William Vaana, who does look very close to the cartoon version of the demigod, Hawaii News Now reported.

Vaana admits that his look is very similar to the cartoon character voiced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. 

He’s even fashioned a giant fish hook like the one cartoon Maui must retrieve in the film, Hawaii News Now reported. Vaana also has perfected the signature “chee hoo” yell.

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He has started to bank on the resemblance and has appeared at some children’s parties as Maui. Now he hopes to ride the wave of going viral and his celebrity to booking more.

But there is one thing more important. Vaana told Hawaii News Now that he just wants to make people happy.

Woman's one-of-a-kind coat stolen on flight to Seattle

When Pura Fe Crescioni posted about her stolen coat on Facebook, she never expected it to go viral.

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“All the paintings are creation stories from my nation,” Crescioni said.

She and her husband made the coat themselves with moose hide, fringe, suede, velvet and beadwork in homage to their Native American heritage. It was in her carry-on luggage on a Nov. 17 WestJet flight from Edmonton, Canada, to Seattle when the luggage was stolen.

Crescioni said she stored her carry-on at the front of the plane in November because there was no overhead bin space available where she was sitting. When the plane landed and she went to get her bag, it was gone.

Crescioni, who is a musician and part of the group Ulali Project, said one of her drums was also stolen along with other valuables, like jewelry.

“I'm not angry,” she said. “I was disappointed someone would do this.”

She said she was ready to let it go, but her husband convinced her that it couldn’t hurt to ask about the coat on social media.

“My husband said post about the coat, you never know,” Crescioni added.

So, she did, but she added, "There are things that are far more important... like my sister in dire need of a kidney transplant."

The post has been shared more than 148,000 times, and it's become about more than just the coat. At least one person has asked about her sister’s blood type.

“The coat has become medicine for her,” Crescioni said.

Her sister is 36-year-old Charly Lowry, a dear friend whom Crescioni has known for more than 20 years. She's a singer, part of Crescioni's Ulali Project and also the lead singer of Dark Water Rising.

“That’s what this coat is now,” Crescioni said. “It's becoming something that is helping my sister.”

There have been sightings of the coat in Port Orchard, SeaTac and in Eugene, Oregon.

“In the long run, it's just stuff. If it gets returned that’s great. It’s stuff,” Crescioni said. “So, to me, this stuff that I lost has become a lot better because of Charly. To me that’s where this stuff becomes valuable, being able to put the word out for her.” 

Hospital under fire after patient dumped outside in cold

“Is this what healthcare in Baltimore City has come to?”

A Baltimore hospital is under fire for its disturbing treatment of a patient, which was partially captured on video.

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According to FOX 5, Imamu Baraka was near Baltimore’s University of Maryland Medical Center when he saw hospital staff dump a barely clothed patient and her belongings at a bus stop. Baraka pulled his phone out to document the incident.

He confronted the hospital staff, asking why they were leaving the clearly disoriented woman out in the cold without anyone to help her.

He posted the disturbing videos on Facebook.

“‘UMMC will be known for providing high value and compassionate care, improving health in Maryland and beyond, educating future health care leaders and discovering innovative ways to advance medicine worldwide,'” he wrote, quoting the medical center’s vision. “You can do better. You must do better.”

He also took and shared a screenshot of the outside temperature, which was in the 30s.

The post went viral and sparked outrage in those who watched the events unfold.

The hospital used Facebook to issue a statement Wednesday.

“We share the shock and disappointment of many who have viewed the video showing the discharge of a patient from the Emergency Department of UMMC Midtown the night of January 9,” they wrote. “This unfortunate event is not representative of our patient-centered mission.”

The hospital stated that they “failed” in their treatment.

No details leading up to the incident were offered.

“We are taking this matter very seriously, conducting a thorough review, and are evaluating the appropriate response, including the possibility of personnel action,” they concluded.

After being turned down for months, man with autism finally gets dream tattoo

The story of one young man's journey to get a tattoo in the northwest is melting hearts across the world.

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Buzz, a 23-year-old with autism, wanted a tattoo of Tommy from the iconic '90s Nickelodeon TV show "Rugrats." For months, Buzz -- and his parents, who were searching with him -- were turned down by tattoo artists. They said Buzz didn't have the mindset to decide on a tattoo because of his autism.

When Pat Masga, owner of Northwest Inkorporated in Bremerton, heard about it, he thought that no one should have to go through that kind of denial when looking to get a tattoo.

"[After ... ] getting overpriced quotes and flat out told no they decided to check out my shop. Well guess what?! He sat like a rock, was positive all the way of what he wanted and finally got his dream tattoo! So be like Buzz and don't let them tell you ‘no’ or ‘not possible,’ cause damn it, me and buzz?!" wrote Masga on his shop's Facebook page.

The photos of Buzz showing off his new tattoo are now viral, with more than 85,000 shares.

Masga wrote in a comment a few days after the post that he was just happy to be part of this memorable moment in Buzz's life.

Virginia man learns black ice is all too real

If you think you had a bad morning, take a look at what happened to this Virginia man as he tried to leave his home on Tuesday.

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We’ve seen our share of Niagara Falls frozen imagesbomb cyclone aftermath and seriously wrecked roads in multiple states due to harsh winter weather, but this incident is certainly the funniest thing to happen because of the cold snap.

A video shows Tim Besecker slipping and sliding down his driveway because of black ice. It ends with him falling onto the grass in his work clothes.

“Just another day heading to the office for Tim! #blackiceisreal,” his wife Kelly posted on Facebook with the video, which has been viewed more than 17 million times in a day.

Tim’s comical and cartoonish fall may look painful but Kelly Besecker said her husband was physically unscathed. 

“He is fine," she tweeted. "This thing is going viral. I cannot stop laughing."

WATCH: Toddler born deaf hears music for the first time in adorable viral video

A formerly deaf toddler is discovering a love of music after hearing for the first time.

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Owen Montoya is 15 months old, and until recently, he was unable to hear. The boy from Phoenix was born deaf and recently underwent surgery to place a cochlear implant in his left ear, according to the Daily Mail.

>> On HotTopics.TV: These kids decided to give up their recess so they could learn sign language for dead classmate

Footage shows Owen reacting to hearing his parents’ voices for the first time and even dancing to music.

“We were so excited to see him enjoying music this much, it was the craziest moment ever,” said his mother, Janae Montoya, 26. “When we found out Owen was deaf, it was very hard for us, because our family is very musical. I’ve always wanted him to experience it.”

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Montoya said Owen comes from a long line of musicians; both she and her brother used to sing, and Owen’s maternal grandparents used to sing as well.

Montoya said Owen has wide-ranging taste.

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“He’s been plugged in the last two days listening to different stuff and absolutely loving it. He loves live music most. I think he feels like he’s actually there,” said Montoya.

She’s glad she can share his passion for music as he explores it.

“It can be heartbreaking knowing something is closed off to your child, and now he has every opportunity in the world,” said Montoya.

Hoax claims Starbucks ‘barista’ soiled white people’s orders in Georgia

Starbucks says a viral post claiming a Brookhaven barista targeted white customers with vile acts — spit in a drink, blood mixed with jam, dog feces in a small child’s hot chocolate — is “completely false.”

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In fact, Starbucks has no employee by the name used in the post on a Facebook group, the company told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Tuesday. The Facebook account used a woman’s name, Shanell Rivers, and a profile picture of a black woman.

The post tore through social media, causing a headache for the company and enough tension that the store closed briefly Sunday over fears for employee safety, according to The Washington Post.

Starbucks alerted Brookhaven police to the situation at the Ashford-Dunwoody Road location.

“The postings are currently under investigation,” Maj. Brandon Gurley told the AJC. “We are working to identify the true identity of the person or persons responsible for the postings so that we can better understand their motives.”

What is the H3N2 flu and how bad is flu season this year?

This year’s influenza season, dubbed “moderately severe” by health care officials, has hit the United States hard, with the number of recorded cases of the disease in parts of the country up more than 500 percent.

Thirteen children have died from the flu since October, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with widespread flu activity being reported now in 46 states. California alone has seen 27 flu deaths this season, with 41,000 cases of flu  confirmed in the United States as of the week of Dec. 27.

The level of flu could soon be classified at epidemic level, Dr. Daniel B. Jernigan from the CDC said on ABC’s “Good Morning America” this week.

<<11 things parents need to know about the flu, the vaccine, how long kids need to stay out of school

"What we're seeing this year the influenza season started earlier and seems to be peaking right about now," Jernigan, who is director of the Influenza Division in the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD) at CDC, told "GMA."

"That's about a month earlier than it normally would be peaking," he said, "so lots of cases [are] happening, in lots of states, all at the same time."

Jernigan also addressed the talk of the flu’s effectiveness.

"We know that the influenza vaccine is the best way to prevent, but in this season it is not as effective as it is for the other viruses that circulate," Jernigan said on “GMA.”

Jernigan explained that the vaccine is more effective in trying to prevent other flu strains circulating in the United States than it is for the main strain of flu that has hit the U.S. this year.

Here’s what there is to know about this year’s flu season.

What kind of flu is being seen the most?

The prominent strain in Australia’s flu season was the H3N2 form of influenza A. That strain is what doctors are seeing in this country as well. The strain is included in this year’s flu vaccine.  

How effective is the flu vaccine?

Despite what has been reported about the flu vaccine’s effectiveness, the CDC says it believes the “U.S. VE estimates from last season are likely to be a better predictor of the flu vaccine benefits to expect this season against circulating H3N2 viruses in the United States.” Last year’s effectiveness for the H3N2 virus was around 43 percent. The CDC also stressed “Estimates of the flu vaccine’s effectiveness against circulating flu viruses in the United States will be available later in the season.”

What are the symptoms of the flu?

Symptoms include:

High fever

Cough

Sore throat

Runny nose

Muscle aches

Headaches

Nausea

Fatigue

The symptoms of flu can come on quickly. If you have these symptoms you need to see a doctor. The time from when a person is exposed to flu virus and infected to when symptoms begin is about one to four days, with an average of about two days.

What can you do to try to prevent it?

If you have not gotten a flu shot, it’s late, but it is not too late. While thousands have gotten the flu, the influenza season is just reaching its peak. The CDC recommends the flu shot for everyone over the age of 6 months – infants and older people should especially be inoculated, according to the agency.

Remember, after the vaccine, your body can take up to two weeks to build up defenses against the flu virus.

If you are allergic to eggs, let your medical provider know that before you get the vaccine. The flu vaccine is grown using eggs.

Can you catch the flu from the vaccine?

No, you don’t get the flu from the vaccine because the vaccine is made from an inactivated virus that can't transmit infection.  

What if I already have the flu or at the symptoms of it?

Anti-viral medication – like Tamiflu – will help lessen the symptoms of flu. However, you need to start taking anti-virals within 48 hours of the onset of flu symptoms. 

There seems to be a lot of flu around, is it an epidemic?

There are specific parameters used to determine if the flu has reached epidemic levels. Influenza is considered at epidemic level when the number of deaths from flu surpasses a threshold set by the CDC. In the last week of reports from the agency, the number of flu deaths was 0.2 percent below the threshold the CDC set, meaning a flu epidemic is possible soon. 

In years where the flu is considered “mild,” the CDC estimates it kills around 12,000 Americans. In moderately severe years, as this one is being called, 56,000 could die.

Here’s what’s new for this year’s flu season

From the CDC:

The recommendation to not use the nasal spray flu vaccine was renewed for the 2017-2018 season. Only injectable flu shots are recommended for use again this season.

Flu vaccines have been updated to better match circulating viruses.

Pregnant women may receive any licensed, recommended, and age-appropriate flu vaccine.

quadrivalent recombinant flu vaccine (a vaccine designed to protect against four different flu viruses; two influenza A viruses and two influenza B viruses), is available this season.

Big brother comforts sick baby sister in heartwarming viral video

A video of a boy comforting his baby sister is warming hearts across the country.

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A video shared to Facebook by mom Danielle Davis of Haughton, Louisiana, shows her son quietly rocking his sleeping sister in his arms when she wasn’t feeling well. The video was viewed more than 2 million times on Instagram.

>> On HotTopics.TV: Baby girl cries tears of joy when she hears her mom’s voice for the first time

“The kids adore each other,” Davis told “Good Morning America.” “He can always make her laugh. They are siblings, so they have their moments of jealousy, but that’s to be had. Ninety percent of the time they really very loving toward each other.”

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Check out the adorable clip below as 5-year-old John comforts 1-year-old Clara.

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Army veteran pulls over, stands for funeral procession for man who served in WWII

A photo of a truck driver who pulled over to stand for a funeral procession for a fellow veteran is going viral.

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Facebook user Kristen Collins uploaded the stirring image over the weekend. She’s the granddaughter of Fred Ladage, who recently passed away at 91. He served in the Navy and Navy Reserve during World War II.

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When the family went to transport Ladage to his final resting place in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery near St. Louis, they encountered Bradley Faulkner on Interstate 70. Faulkner — a truck driver and nine-year veteran who served in Iraq — had stopped his truck, stepped out and put his hand over his heart as their procession passed, according to KSDK. A member of a military family with a grandfather who also served, Faulkner considered it important to stop and stand.

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Kristen Collins was moved. She took the picture and posted it to Facebook. She wasn’t ready for what happened next, though.

The photo made the rounds on the internet, and made its way to Faulkner’s wife. They arranged to meet, and Faulkner drove from his home in Missouri to meet Kristen Collins.

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“It’s just such an honor to be able to meet the person that made such an impact on us for a moment in time,” Collins said of their meeting.

Faulkner, meanwhile, says the choice to stop that day was an easy one.

"It doesn’t change or alter your life at all to maybe lift up that one family and say, ‘Hey, in your time of need, I’m here for you whether I know you or not,'" he said.

WATCH: Tennessee movie theater brawl captured in viral video

It was a movie theater melee.

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Cellphone video of a brawl at the Hollywood 20 Cinema in Bartlett, Tennessee, was shared thousands of times and viewed well over 100,000 times on social media. The man who recorded the video told WHBQ that the fighting stemmed from an argument over a boy. Moments later, multiple girl fights broke out.

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"You know, that right there is kind of like watching wrestling on TV," Memphis native Adam Hudson reacted while viewing the video.

WHBQ went back to the theater on Stage Road to get more information. Taped to the entrance doors is a note that said those 17 and under must be escorted by a parent for evening movies Friday and Saturday.

It's similar to the parental policy implemented at Memphis' Oak Court Mall this weekend as a precaution after shots were fired outside the Wolfchase Galleria last month.

>> On Fox13Memphis.com: Oak Court requires parent, legal guardian to escort teens at mall

"The parents are out doing what they want to and they are not worried about their kids, and that's why the world is becoming the way it is," Hudson said. "Because the parents don't care anymore."

However, several concerned parents did reach out to WHBQ. The station went to the cinema to ask management if the parental mandate was temporary or permanent, and what was being done to keep movie-goers safe. Before we could ask management the questions from concerned parents, we were asked to leave the property.

"It worries me because I have nieces and nephews, and I have two godkids as well," Hudson said. "I'm afraid to be out even in the public because something may happen."

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The man who captured the video gave the station more details. He said security jumped in quickly to break up the fight, and he did not see anyone detained.

Bartlett police told WHBQ through email that information wouldn't be made available until Monday at the earliest.

"Really, people are afraid to come out because of stuff like that," Hudson said.

WATCH: 'Chopping cilantro' video goes viral

Many people are starting 2018 by watching a man chop cilantro.

It's one of the first offbeat videos to go viral in the new year.

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Rebecca Castañeda first posted the video on Snapchat. The video was taken at El Camino Real Mexican Food, her family’s California restaurant. She received such positive feedback that she decided to post it on Twitter as well. Castañeda said users find the video "satisfying."

Whatever the reason, the video of Rogelio expertly chopping a massive amount of cilantro is a viral sensation, with over 4 million views so far.

KFC mocks Trump's 'nuclear button' tweet in threat to McDonald's

There were several reactions to President Donald Trump’s recent “nuclear button” tweet to North Korea, including one from one of his favorite fast-food spots. 

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Wednesday morning, the official Twitter account for KFC in the United Kingdom and Ireland poked fun at Trump by mocking his reply to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, where he claimed he had a “nuclear button. much bigger & more powerful” than Kim’s.

KFC jokingly delivered a similar message to McDonald’s. The chain wrote, “McDonald’s leader Ronald just stated he has a ‘burger on his desk at all times.' Will someone from his big shoed, red nosed regime inform him that I too have a burger on my desk, but mine is a box meal which is bigger and more powerful than his, and mine has gravy! #nuclearbutton.”

The tweet quickly went viral, garnering more than 150,000 retweets and nearly 400,000 likes. People also shared their thoughts about the stunt, and many got a kick out of it.

Others believed the idea was “unethical” and “immoral.” Some Twitter users said  nuclear war is not a laughing matter. 

A few users got in on the joke by nudging other popular fast-food chains to join the battle. A couple called on Wendy’s and Burger King to respond to the “threat."

Neither McDonald’s nor Trump have responded to KFC’s tweet. 

Firefighter puts his own spin on NYE ball drop

An Alabama firefighter knew how to ring in 2018.

Christopher Wilkerson wrapped himself in lights and slid down the firehouse pole to mimic the New Year’s Eve Times Square ball drop. 

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Other firefighters counted down to the big moment as the standard “Auld Lang Syne” played.

The celebration was posted to the Anniston Fire Department’s Facebook page where it has gone viral with more than 302,000 views. 

Slain Colorado officer's 4-year-old daughter consoles her grieving mother at vigil

Gracie Parrish, the widow of the 29-year-old Colorado police officer who was shot and killed on New Year’s Eve in Douglas County, said she never imagined the love and support across America would be like this.

Parrish stepped up to a podium at Mission Hills Church in Littleton on Monday night and spoke to the crowd that had gathered there to pay their respects to her husband, Zackari Parrish.

>> On Rare.us: Slain Douglas County Deputy identified as Zackari Parrish, 29

Through tears, she thanked everyone at the church and also asked friends, family and colleagues of her husband to come forward and tell stories about him.

“I am overwhelmed with by the love and support of the community and of the nation. Never in my world would I have imagined this,” she said, according to KUSA. “And I will raise my girls to love you.”

The most moving moment of the vigil came when Parrish’s 4-year-old whispered in her ear.

>> Watch the video here

“It’s OK, Mama, it’s OK. Just be happy,” the girl said.

“I will do everything in my power, Zack Parrish, to honor you. And I will raise these girls to love you,” Gracie Parrish said.

>> Boy sings 'Coco' song at late baby sister's altar in emotional viral video

President Donald Trump reacted on Twitter Sunday afternoon to the news of Parrish’s death in the line of duty by sending condolences to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office victims and their families.

“My deepest condolences to the victims of the terrible shooting in Douglas County @DCSheriff, and their families. We love our police and law enforcement – God Bless them all! #LESM” he said.

Parrish was killed and four others law enforcement officers were wounded Sunday, New Year’s Eve. Two civilians were also injured.

The shooting happened after deputies were called to the scene of a domestic disturbance in Highlands Ranch, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) said on Twitter. The gunman was also shot and killed.

Shots were fired in the course of the investigation at the Copper Canyon Apartments, a landscaped complex 16 miles (28 kilometers) south of Denver, the sheriff’s office said. Residents in the vicinity were advised to stay inside and avoid exterior walls and windows.

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A hospital where three people were taken for treatment says those people suffered noncritical injuries. Another nearby hospital said it received four patients but wouldn’t release their conditions.

The DSCO shared video on Twitter of a motorcade procession for the fallen deputy.

Officers said the shooter was Matthew Riehl, 37. Riehl died Sunday during what officials called an ambush at his apartment building in Highlands Ranch. He fired more than 100 rounds in his apartment before he was killed by a SWAT team, authorities said.

Authorities reportedly had been contacted with concerns about Riehl’s mental health over a month before the violence Sunday; however, Riehl was never held for mental evaluation.

>> On Rare.us: President Trump reacts to Colorado shooting

Riehl was honorably discharged from the Wyoming Army National Guard in 2012 and was an Iraq War veteran.

– The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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