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Tennessee waitress receives $1,075 tip, plus more news.

Baby Goes Missing in Wisconsin - Marissa Alexander's trial date pushed to July; cop cuts woman's hair weave off, plus more national news. ? Natelege Whaley (@natelege)  Kayden Powell, a newborn baby. was snatched from her parents' home in Beloit, Wisconsin, in the middle of the night early Thursday. Police arrested Kristen Smith, the step-sister of Kayden's mother, but have ruled her out as a suspect.   (Photo: AP Photo/Town of Beloit Police Department)

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Baby Goes Missing in Wisconsin - Marissa Alexander's trial date pushed to July; cop cuts woman's hair weave off, plus more national news. — Natelege Whaley (@natelege) Kayden Powell, a newborn baby. was snatched from her parents' home in Beloit, Wisconsin, in the middle of the night early Thursday. Police arrested Kristen Smith, the step-sister of Kayden's mother, but have ruled her out as a suspect.  (Photo: AP Photo/Town of Beloit Police Department)

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Marissa Alexander's Trial Date Pushed to July - Marissa Alexander's trial date has been pushed back to July 28. Bruce Zimet, her attorney, was granted a request stating he needed more time to adequately prepare for the trial. This is the second trial for Alexander who was previously convicted for firing a warning shot in the direction of her husband.(Photo: Marissa Alexander)

Cop Cuts Woman?s Hair Weave Off, Leaves Her With Bald Spots - A police officer in Warren, Michigan, has been placed on leave after yanking Charda Gregory?s head back and cutting her hair weave out. Gregory, 22, was brought into custody after being arrested at a motel for trashing a room. She believes she was drugged and doesn?t remember how she got there. (Photo: Courtesy of WXYZ ABC 7)

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Cop Cuts Woman’s Hair Weave Off, Leaves Her With Bald Spots - A police officer in Warren, Michigan, has been placed on leave after yanking Charda Gregory’s head back and cutting her hair weave out. Gregory, 22, was brought into custody after being arrested at a motel for trashing a room. She believes she was drugged and doesn’t remember how she got there. (Photo: Courtesy of WXYZ ABC 7)

Tennessee Waitress Receives $1,075 Tip - Who says Christmas can?t come in January? Khadijah Muhammad, a waitress at a Cheddar?s restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee, was shocked to see a family left her a $1,075 tip for a $29.30 meal. The money was on time as she had fallen behind on hours at work and bills having to tend to her ill mother. (Photo: Courtesy of WBIR NBC 10)

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Tennessee Waitress Receives $1,075 Tip - Who says Christmas can’t come in January? Khadijah Muhammad, a waitress at a Cheddar’s restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee, was shocked to see a family left her a $1,075 tip for a $29.30 meal. The money was on time as she had fallen behind on hours at work and bills having to tend to her ill mother. (Photo: Courtesy of WBIR NBC 10)

SMH: George Zimmerman Wants to Fight Kanye West - George Zimmerman just won?t go away. After revealing that he has been recruited for a ?celebrity? boxing match, he now says he wants to fight rapper Kanye West because he has a history of attacking ?defenseless people.? (Photo: Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images)

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SMH: George Zimmerman Wants to Fight Kanye West - George Zimmerman just won’t go away. After revealing that he has been recruited for a “celebrity” boxing match, he now says he wants to fight rapper Kanye West because he has a history of attacking “defenseless people.” (Photo: Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images)

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Chanel Turner Creates Fou-Dre Vodka - Chanel Turner is finding success with her vodka line Fou-Dre. She is the first and only African-American women to own this kind of company in the D.C. area. "It just dawned on me, vodka isn't what it used to be and I wanted to change it," Turner said to WJLA.com. Fou-Dre is sold in 30 liquor stores in the D.C. area and nationally.  (Photo: Courtesy of WJLA ABC 7)

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Chanel Turner Creates Fou-Dre Vodka - Chanel Turner is finding success with her vodka line Fou-Dre. She is the first and only African-American women to own this kind of company in the D.C. area. "It just dawned on me, vodka isn't what it used to be and I wanted to change it," Turner said to WJLA.com. Fou-Dre is sold in 30 liquor stores in the D.C. area and nationally.  (Photo: Courtesy of WJLA ABC 7)

Savannah, Georgia?s First Black Mayor Dies - Floyd Adams Jr., the first Black mayor of Georgia?s oldest city, died at the age of 68 on Saturday afternoon. He took office in 1996 and was re-elected in 1999. He was also publisher of the Savannah Herald, a Black weekly newspaper. (Photo: Courtesy of Adams for Mayor)

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Savannah, Georgia’s First Black Mayor Dies - Floyd Adams Jr., the first Black mayor of Georgia’s oldest city, died at the age of 68 on Saturday afternoon. He took office in 1996 and was re-elected in 1999. He was also publisher of the Savannah Herald, a Black weekly newspaper. (Photo: Courtesy of Adams for Mayor)

Black Residents in Arizona Neighborhood Targeted With Racist Graffiti - Graffiti spray-painted on a wall reading ?Sell Your House? and ?Go Back to Africa? has disturbed the peace for African-American residents in what was known as an otherwise friendly community in Goodyear, Arizona. Potential homeowners have been turned off from moving to the neighborhood after seeing the insensitive markings. (Photo: Courtesy of KTVK 3 Phoenix)

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Black Residents in Arizona Neighborhood Targeted With Racist Graffiti - Graffiti spray-painted on a wall reading “Sell Your House” and “Go Back to Africa” has disturbed the peace for African-American residents in what was known as an otherwise friendly community in Goodyear, Arizona. Potential homeowners have been turned off from moving to the neighborhood after seeing the insensitive markings. (Photo: Courtesy of KTVK 3 Phoenix)

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A 9-Year-Old Boy With Cancer Finds Encouragement in Detroit - Jayvon Felton, 9, who has leukemia, had the opportunity to take his mind off his sufferings and be Detroit’s police chief for the day, which was a dream come true. He was given a junior-size uniform and rode around in police cars. “It was great and I had a lot of fun,” Jayvon said, speaking with BET.com. (Photo: Courtesy of the Detroit News)

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Murder Trial Begins for Man Accused of Killing Jordan Davis - Jury selection began Monday in the murder trial for Michael Dunn, 47, who is accused of killing Jordan Davis, a 17-year-old African-American in November 2012. Dunn is charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of Jordan at a gas station. He is claiming self-defense. (Photo: Jordan Russell Davis/Facebook)

Story Quilts - Story quilts document some of the first accounts of African-American history. Slaves used quilts to share messages and tell their own stories of personal struggle and oppression. Read Patricia McKissack?s book Stitchin? and Pullin? and view photos of story quilts at Auburn University. Then create your own story quilt as a family. (Photo: Random House)

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Only 2.9 Percent of Children’s Books Target Black Children - You don’t see many faces of color in children’s books these days. Only 2.9 percent of children’s books had significant African or African-American content, according to a survey of 3,200 titles by the Cooperative Children’s Book Center. Two percent of the books were by Black authors and illustrators. (Photo: Courtesy of Random House)