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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Authorities in Florida say a police dog was shot
and killed while chasing an armed carjacking suspect.

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said in social media posts that the K-9 dog
named Fang died early Sunday.

The sheriff’s office said the suspect was apprehended by another K-9 dog at
the scene and arrested. The suspect’s name was not immediately released.

Fang was a 3-year-old German shepherd that performed both patrol and bomb-detection duties.

According to the sheriff’s office, Fang patrolled special events and football
games and "captured some of the most dangerous criminals" in Jacksonville.

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David Bowie (David Robert Jones)
(January 8, 1947 – January 10, 2016)

(Fox News) – Before blasting off into space in 1969 with his first single at the
top of the UK charts, “Space Oddity," the late
David Bowie, who was then
called by his birth name: David Jones, hitchhiked from band to band in
pursuit of stardom.

Now, his most primitive recording as a member of The Konrads is heading
to auction in September, and
is expected to sell for at least $13,000. 

Former The Konrads drummer and manager David Hadfield found the tape
today, which includes Bowie’s lead vocals on the song, “I Never Dreamed",
in an old bread basket sitting in his garage.

According to Hadfield, There is no other recording featuring David as lead
in existence.”

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Adrian Cronauer (September 8, 1938 – July 18, 2018)

NORFOLK, Va. — The man whose military radio antics inspired a character
played by Robin Williams in the film "Good Morning, Vietnam" has died.

Adrian Cronauer died after a long illness. He had lived in Troutville, Virginia.

During his service as a U.S. Air Force sergeant in Vietnam in 1965 and 1966, Cronauer opened his Armed Forces Radio show with "Goooooood morning,
Vietnam!"  Williams made the refrain famous in the 1987 film, loosely based
Cronauer’s time in Saigon.

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Roger Perry (May 7, 1933 – July 12, 2018)

(Fox News/Variety) – Character actor Roger Perry died
Thursday at his home in Indian Wells. Calif., after a
battle with prostrate cancer.

Perry compiled dozens of feature, television, and stage
credits during a long career that began when he was
discovered by Lucille Ball, who put the young actor
under contract to Desilu Studios. He co-starred with
Pat O’Brien in the ABC series “Harrigan and Son,”
and co-starred with Chuck Connors and Ben Gazzara
in the 90-minute drama “Arrest & Trial.”

Perry was a guest star on the “Star Trek” TV series in
a memorable first-season episode in 1967, “Tomorrow
Is Yesterday,” playing Captain John Christopher (below).

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From left: Roger Perry and William Shatner

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Charles Krauthammer (March 13, 1950 – June 21, 2018)

Charles Krauthammer, a longtime Fox News contributor, Pulitzer
Prize winner, Harvard-trained psychiatrist and best-selling author
who came to be known as the dean of conservative commentators,
died today.

In August 2017, Krauthammer had a cancerous tumor removed from
his abdomen. The surgery was thought to have been successful;
however, on June 8, 2018, Krauthammer announced that his cancer
had returned and that doctors had given him only weeks to live.

While in his first year studying at Harvard Medical School, Charles
Krauthammer became permanently paralyzed from the neck down
after a diving board accident that severed his spinal cord. After 
spending 14 months recovering in a hospital, he returned to the
medical school, graduating as a psychiatrist.


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