These are the must-read stories from the weekend


1.) Police arrest pawn shop owner possibly linked to Jersey City shooting.

Police have arrested a pawn shop owner from Monmouth County who may be linked to the Jersey City suspects. Ahmed A-Hady, 35, of Keyport was found in possession of 10 illegal guns and 400 rounds of ammunition.

2.) Military investigates suspected 'white power' gesture flashed by cadets, midshipmen during Army-Navy game

The military is investigating allegations that students flashed a white supremacist hand gesture to cameras during Saturday's Army-Navy game.

3.) 13-year-old boy arrested in murder of Barnard College student Tessa Majors; 14-year-old released

Police released a 14-year-old Saturday after he was being questioned in connection with the fatal stabbing of 18-year-old Barnard College freshman Tessa Majors. A 13-year-old remained under arrest in the case.

4.) Men drive 2 hours to give stranger Christmas cards, his dying wish

A Wisconsin man dying of a terminal illness had one dying wish this holiday season -- Christmas cards -- and when three strangers heard his story, they drove two hours to hand-deliver their cards to him. Gene Weittenhiller, from Prairie du Sac, was diagnosed with terminal cancer, and his family is having a difficult time facing this reality, especially during the holiday season.

5.) Radio City Rockettes pull double duty as moms off stage

Every winter, the Rockettes dazzle audiences with their iconic high kicks and fun dance numbers on the stage, but off the stage, several are pulling double duty as moms!

Being a Rockette and a mom, wow!

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