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Missing College Football Reporter Courtney Roland Found 36 Hours After Disappearing In Houston — Get The Details!

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UPDATE! 10:05 P.M. EST: According to CBS News, police say Roland had a severe reaction to medication which led her to become confused and disoriented. Lt. Manuel Cruz Jr. said:

"When our people were talking with her she seemed pretty confused about everything… We do not suspect any foul play or any kind of suspicious activity attached to this incident.



Lost and found, thankfully.

A college football reporter (above) was found unharmed Monday morning, 36 hours after she had disappeared and told friends she had been followed home by a suspicious man.

Courtney Roland's family took to social media after the AggieYell.com journalist disappeared late Saturday night, hours after she was covering a Texas A&M elite football camp in Houston.

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Friends and family pleaded for help to find the 29-year-old on Sunday after she reportedly texted her roommate about a suspicious man she saw in a Walgreens who followed her home in a blue truck.

Police found the reporter's white Jeep overnight near the Galleria mall. Her phone and other items were inside the truck while her purse was located at a nearby business.

On Monday, police said they found Roland "unharmed" in the same area and would be taking her to a hospital for an evaluation. The Houston Police Department shared on Twitter:

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Selena Gomez Visits Her Childhood Home, Wonders If It 'Could Have Been Better Than My Life Today'

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What an interesting turn of nostalgia for Selena Gomez this weekend!

Last night, the superstar went back home to her original childhood home in Grand Prairie, Texas, and re-visited the place she grew up, sharing some interesting thoughts with her fans along the way.

Related: Selena & Her Mom Had Beef Before Her Rekindled Romance With Justin Bieber!

This isn't the first time she's re-visited her old childhood home in Grand Prairie — she does it every chance she gets, according to her — but this time she shared a pretty interesting caption along with her photo on the front porch (below):

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ICYMI: Woman Arrested After Putting 'Fuck Trump' Sticker On Her Truck Had The PERFECT Response For Texas Sheriff…

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We LOVE this woman!

Karen Fonseca was arrested last week on unrelated fraud charges, but she and the ACLU found it a little too convenient that local sheriff Troy Nehls had just been making threats on Facebook about the sticker on her truck window.

It says, "FUCK TRUMP AND FUCK YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM," btw.

Related: Donald Trump Endorses Roy Moore In Senate Race Despite Molestation Allegations

So now that she's out on bail, she's fighting back using her constitutionally protected free speech — with a new sticker (above) saying, "FUCK TROY NEHLS AND FUCK YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM." Ha!

See what her sticker-covered truck looks like now (below):

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The Texas Church Shooter Has Been Identified — Details Here

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The Sutherland Springs, TX shooter has been identified.

As we previously reported, on Sunday morning, at least 26 lives were taken after a gunman opened fire on the First Baptist Church. Reports have since confirmed the identity of the now deceased shooter, named Devin Kelley.

Related: Jason Aldean Resumes Tour Following Vegas Massacre

According to CNN, the 26-year-old mass shooter was an Air Force veteran who previously worked at the

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At Least 26 Dead In Mass Shooting At Texas Church

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Reports are still coming in, but it appears there are more than two dozen people dead after a mass shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas on Sunday morning.

According to media reports, a shooter opened fire at the church, leaving many people dead before later leading the police on a chase into a neighboring county, where the shooter himself was also killed.

Related: Jimmy Fallon's Mother Gloria Has Died

The incident occurred at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs late Sunday morning, and death numbers are still fluctuating with the latest coming from law enforcement sources and a county commissioner that it could be

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Donald Trump Gets HEELariously Mocked For Another Twitter Spelling Error!

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Our President is so embarrassing…

Even if he weren't a greedy, crooked racist, Donald Trump would still be making the U.S. look like a bunch of fools who elected a moron.

Photos: Things Donald Trump Supporters Just Don't Know!

45 took to Twitter once again on Friday morning to play up his role in Hurricane Harvey relief, writing:

"Texas is heeling fast thanks to all of the great men & women who have been working so hard. But still, so much to do. Will be back tomorrow!"

Yeah. Heeling.

At least be smart enough to have someone with you spell checking! The entire world is reading these!

The mistake was up for about an hour, plenty of time for folks to respond HEELariously. See some of the best tweets (below):

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Hurricane Harvey Victims Being Told To File Their Insurance Claims BEFORE Friday — Here's What You Need To Know!

Our thoughts are with the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

Hurricane Harvey victims have a tough road ahead of them.

And it won't get much easier, even with insurance.

Apparently many lawyers are urging victims to file their homeowners' insurance claims before Friday, September 1, when a controversial new law goes into effect.

Related: How Celebs Are Helping With Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

House Bill 1774 is meant to reduce the number of lawsuits against insurance companies who don't pay off claims for weather-related lawsuits, including damage or loss of property due to "forces of nature" (hurricanes, wind, hail, snow or rainstorms).

So what's the issue?

If you do have to sue your insurance company

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