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New Jersey Teen Tweets 'Call 911,' Goes Missing

In other national headlines, Lance Armstrong set a course record in a non-sanctioned Ironman event, and a California died after learning how to "pass out."

Teen Tweets 'Call 911,' Goes Missing

A 16-year-old New Jersey girl tweeted "There is somone in my hour ecall 911" about 6 p.m. Sunday and is now missing.

Police are searching for Kara Alongi and talking to friends, and a canine unit has been called to assist.

Alongi's family was at her younger brother's sporting event while Alongi was home alone, a family friend said. Read more...

Armstrong Sets Record in Half-Ironman

Cycling superstar Lance Armstrong won Sunday’s SuperFrog Triathlon in California in a course record—living up to his pre-race declaration: “I am not banned from life.”

After finishing the 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike and 13.1-mile run in 3 hours, 49 minutes, 45 seconds, Armstrong tweeted: “Had a helluva good time in the @superfrogtri today. Thx to all who came out and like always, a massive thanks to all the volunteers!”

Despite his recent lifetime sports ban by U.S. doping authorities, the 41-year-old Armstrong was able to compete in the 34th annual SuperFrog, a half-Ironman-distance event, because it was non-sanctioned and not subject to USADA rules. See photos...

Teen Dies After Learning How to 'Pass Out'

A California teen died Tuesday as a result of injuries from learning how to "pass out," police said.

The boy and two of his friends were watching a video online that taught them how to intentionally pass out, according to police. After imitating the video, the boy passed out and fell face first into a glass tumbler. One of the chards of glass cut his neck. Read more...

Christi Martinez October 01, 2012 at 11:25 AM
God bless you and hope they find you and if your doing this for attetion then that's sad because do you know all the people worrying about you Well yeah.. but I hope they find you and find the person that stole you

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