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Florida woman arrested for reportedly making bomb in mason jar at a Walmart

A Tampa woman was arrested for reportedly making a homemade bomb at a Walmart. Emily Stallard, 37, built what appeared to be a homemade explosive in a mason jar filled with nails, denatured alcohol and a candle, according to NBC Tampa affiliate WFLA. She had been roaming around a Tampa store with her son for more than an hour on Saturday when a security guard deemed her behavior "suspicious," the local station said. An off-duty police officer and the security guard were able to stop Stallard as she was about to light the candle, according to WFLA. — NBC News

Dunkin' teams up with Snoop Dogg to introduce glazed doughnut breakfast sandwich

Like many munchies-stricken stoners before him, Snoop Dogg has now resorted to making sandwiches out of doughnuts. Together with Dunkin’, Snoop announced the debut of its new “Beyond D-O-Double G Sandwich,” a breakfast sandwich made with a plant-based Beyond Breakfast Sausage patty, egg, cheese and two glazed doughnut halves for buns. — Fox News

Most people wait too long for knee replacement surgery, study says

Living with knee pain? A new study has found that 90% of Americans with osteoarthritis suffer too long before having a knee replacement that could improve their quality of life. "When people wait too long, they lose more and more function and can't exercise or be active, thus leaving them open to weight gain, depression and other health problems," said lead investigator Hassan Ghomrawi, associate professor of surgery at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. In addition, the surgery may not be as successful, Ghomrawi said. — CNN

Georgia officer's body cam records train striking him as he chased suspect: 'Lucky to be alive'

A Georgia officer said he realized he barely got out with his life after seeing body-cam video of a train striking him as he was running after a suspect linked to a burglary. Polk County Police Officer Andy Anderson was wearing the body cam when the train struck him in Rockmart on Tuesday, according to reports. The collision broke six of his ribs, his elbow and his shoulder. Anderson also suffered a concussion. "When Andy saw the video, he told me he was lucky to be alive and I told him, yeah, the good Lord was looking out for you that day," Police Chief Kenny Dodd told Fox 5 Atlanta. — Fox News

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