NFL-Spouse Lauren Tannehill Forgets Rifle in Rental Car; Jennifer Lopez Gushes About Son
Jan. 17, 2014
Lauren Tannehill Forgets Rifle in Rental Car
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Let this serve as a reminder, folks. Always check the backseat before returning a rental car.
Lauren Tannehill, the wife of Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, left an AR-15 rifle in the backseat of a rental car earlier this month, according to an incident report from the Broward County Sheriff's Office.
Hours after Tannehill returned a 2013 Nissan Rogue to E-Z Rent-A-Car in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., the vehicle was rented out to a New York woman who later found the assault rifle secured in the backseat, authorities said.
The gun was turned over to authorities Jan. 6. Authorities said they determined the firearm was legally owned and left behind by accident.
A representative for the Miami Dolphins told ABCNews.com that the Tannehills consider the incident a "personal matter" and would not be releasing a statement.
Jennifer Lopez Gushes About Son's Sweet Note
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Ah, if only they could stay this young forever.
Jennifer Lopez posted a sweet note on Instagram that her 5-year-old son, Max, made for her that promises "I'll luv you beyond forever Mom."
The singer and actress, who returned to the "American Idol" judging panel this season, gushed about her son on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" earlier this week.
"My son, that's the love of my life right there," she said.
Everything You Need to Know About Oscar Nominations
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In case you were stuck on a deserted island Thursday, or perhaps just plain busy, you might have missed the 2014 Oscar nominations.
Don't fret, though. The Social Climber is more than happy to bring you up to speed on who is in the running for Hollywood's most coveted prize.
Check out the full list of nominees (dominated by "Gravity" and "American Hustle") here. Then head over here to see how the nominees planned to celebrate.
Glendora, Calif., Fire
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A fire burning in the foothills above Glendora and Azusa in California has scorched at least 1,709 acres and charred several homes, according to ABC News' Los Angeles station KABC-TV.
The fire was started Thursday morning when three men allegedly tossed paper into a campfire in the San Gabriel Mountains, authorities said.
"They were tossing papers into the campfire and a breeze -- reportedly -- a breeze had kicked up and set this fire," Glendora police Chief Tim Staab during a news conference.
Three suspects have been arrested and charges have not yet been filed. The men are scheduled to make their first court appearance Tuesday, KABC reported.
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