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Fox News’ Ed Henry out of hospital, ‘beyond grateful’ for support after giving sister part of his liver

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Fox News’ chief national correspondent Ed Henry announced Sunday he’d left the hospital, a major step forward five days after he gave 30 percent of his liver to his sister, Colleen, in a transplant operation.

Henry, who became emotional on-air days before the surgery, shared her positive prognosis on Twitter and said she’s recovering at a good pace.

He’d told “Fox & Friends” his only goal was to “give her a little life.”

ED HENRY DISCUSSES EMOTIONAL DECISION TO DONATE PART OF HIS LIVER TO HIS SISTER

Henry posed for a photo at the hospital alongside Colleen and her son Frank, whose shirt read, “nothing less than the best.”

TRANSPLANT SPECIALIST BREAKS DOWN WHAT ED HENRY CAN EXPECT AFTER LIVER DONATION TO HIS SISTER

He also tweeted a moving photo of a card from his colleague and fellow Fox News personality Martha MacCallum, which came with flowers and a promise of “prayers.”

“I am so gratified that both Colleen and I continue to make progress every day. And I am beyond elated to have gotten out of the hospital already with all of my vitals in the right place, and a functioning liver of my own. This has been a remarkable seven days, starting when I nervously opened up about all of this on ‘Fox and Friends,'” Henry told Fox News. “To think one week ago we were unsure about Colleen’s future, and anxious about two surgeries, yet tonight she has the greatest gift of all — life.

“We have had talented surgeons, doctors, nurses, and support staff. Plus loving parents and family and friends by our sides at every key moment. But opening up about it to a broader audience brought a dimension we could not have anticipated — the love, prayers, and well wishes of thousands upon thousands of wonderful people we have never met. We are blessed and beyond grateful.”

Henry also told Fox News the surgery was an immediate success and that he and his sister will be resting and recovering for the next several weeks.

“We have always known the road to full recovery will be longer for Colleen. But her surgeon says as soon as he put part of my liver in her it started working immediately — a miracle,” he continued. “She still has family and friends by her side every step of the way. And now she has a prayer army that nobody can beat. Our thanks and love always for your continued support.”

ED HENRY CALLS IN TO GIVE UPDATE ON LIVER TRANSPLANT RECOVERY: ‘WE’VE SUCCEEDED IN VICTORY

“For now the only marching order I have gotten from our CEO Suzanne Scott is to rest up for awhile. I will listen even though I will be champing at the bit to get back to work. All I know is I will be ready and eager to get back as the doctors and Suzanne give me the green light because I miss our audience and my Fox colleagues, who have brought my family to tears with their outpouring,” he concluded.

Both Henry and Colleen are expected to regain 100 percent of their livers in about 6-8 weeks, according to transplant specialist Dr. Joe Galati.

“Yes indeed over 6 to 8 weeks, the liver will regenerate for Ed, regenerating back the 30 or 40 percent that he donated. Similarly, his sister who received a portion will get back to 100 percent in a similar time frame,” Galati told Fox News in an email.

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“Keep in mind that the liver is the only such organ that can regenerate like this, which is an amazing feature more people need to know about,” he added.

A GoFundMe page has been taking donations for Colleen Henry’s recovery.

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South Carolina deputy saves choking 12-day-old infant after stopping speeding vehicle

A South Carolina sheriff’s deputy is being hailed as a hero after a dramatic video showed how his quick thinking saved the life of a 12-day-old baby girl last month.

Deputy W. Kimbro with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office pulled a vehicle over on June 11 in the Summerville area for speeding. After the car stopped, one of the passengers exited and explained to Kimbro that they were rushing a small infant to hospital after she was found choking and had stopped breathing.

Kimbro immediately jumped into action, “Let me have the baby.”

OHIO POLICE OFFICER RESCUES CHILD FROM BURNING HOME IN DRAMATIC VIDEO

In the footage released Thursday, the deputy was captured on his own body cam feeling for a pulse before beginning to massage 12-day-old Riley’s chest. He attempts to open the child’s airway by lifting her neck and inserting his finger in her mouth.

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The infant can be seen making small movements and crying every so often but there is one point in the video where she appears to stop moving all together. (Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office)

“As long as she’s crying like that she’s breathing,” he can be heard saying

According to the girl’s mother, the infant was in her bassinet sleeping when she went to go take a shower. The woman’s stepmother alerted her when she said that the baby was choking on what might have been milk.

“Her lips are a little blue, I’m worried about her circulation,” Kimbro could be heard telling another deputy.

“Come on, come on baby. She’s breathing as long as she’s crying like that she’s breathing but I’m worried about her because it looks like she’s going in and out,” he continued.

The infant can be seen making small movements and crying every so often but there is one point in the video where she appears to stop moving altogether.

COLORADO SHERIFF’S OFFICE BLOODHOUND HELPS FIND MISSING 12-YEAR-OLD GIRL IN WYOMING 

Kimbro clears her airway of saliva and continues to tap on her chest to keep her awake. Again, the infant starts to cry.

“She’s okay, I think she’s going to be okay,” Kimbro said.

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Deputy W. Kimbro with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office is congratulated by another deputy (pictured) after his quick thinking saved the life of a 12-day-old baby.  (Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office)

The newborn’s chest begins to move and the deputy seems confident that she can now breath. She makes a dramatic movement and stretches her arms out, appearing to signal she’s okay.

“I didn’t feel a heartbeat earlier so I started massaging her heart and now I feel it’s real strong now,” Kimbro told the worried mother.

EMS arrived on the scene shortly after and took over.

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“Because of Deputy Kimbro’s steadfast, professional and heroic response, the 12-day old baby was able to live. Please join us in congratulating Deputy Kimbro for his gallant actions that prolonged human life,” the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post.

Deputy Kimbro was awarded the “Life-Saving Medal” for his actions.

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New York high school grad with autism honored with ‘silent ovation’

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The silence was golden at a high school graduation ceremony in New York last week as classmates gave a student with autism and noise sensitivity a silent ovation.

Students barely touched their palms together in largely inaudible claps with hushed enthusiasm for their classmate Jack Higgins, who held his fingers to his ears as he walked on stage to accept his diploma from Carmel High School in Putnam County, N.Y., anticipating raucous cheers.

Instead, his classmates stood quietly and allowed him to enjoy his moment in silence.

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Lou Riolo, the principal of the high school, told Fox News on Thursday that originally, Higgins’ parents, Barbara and Pat, requested that their son participate in graduation alongside his special education teacher, Erin Appelle.

“Erin brought it to me,” Riolo said. “Knowing Jack is Autistic and nonverbal and is hypersensitive to loud sounds and crowds at times there were some concerns.”

He said Appelle had planned with aides to set up a practice in an auditorium.

“After thinking on it for a few days, I came up with the idea of asking the entire auditorium to stay silent so that Jack could receive his diploma,” the principal said. “We planned on doing it immediately after the singing of the National Anthem because we knew Jack sitting there with all the commotion for over 45 minutes would be too much.”

Riolo, a Carmel alum who taught for 26 years and has been a principal for five years, said he initially ran the plan past a few other school faculty members, all of whom were supportive.

“I did run it past our Assistant Principal Mr. John Fink because he would be honest if he thought it was as I called it ‘Shooting the moon.’  He loved it.  I also informed our [superintendent] Mr. Andy Irvin and before I finished his answer was ‘I love it, let’s do it!’  I met with Barbara and Pat, Jack’s parents, and they thought it was a great idea,” Riolo said.

He added that despite the possibility that Higgins would become overwhelmed if the auditorium got too loud, they decided to try anyway, saying he trusted his students to try their best to make the situation comfortable for their classmate.

“I know my school my students and community,” Riolo said. “They always step up.”

Riolo said he couldn’t be prouder of his students.

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“Their actions of standing up in honor of their classmate was their idea. It was not rehearsed.  It was genuine,” he said, adding that he was “not surprised but in awe of their caring.”

Higgins parents were “ecstatic and overcome with happiness for their son,” who is set to attend Ability Beyond in Chappaqua, N.Y., a program tailored to students with disabilities.

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Philadelphia goalie skates with 9-year-old fan recovering from partial foot amputation

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Philadelphia Flyers goalie Carter Hart gave one of his biggest fans a birthday wish to remember on Wednesday when they hit the ice together.

The boy, 9-year-old Brandon Hull, was marking his return to the ice after recovering from a partial foot amputation.

Hull, who also plays goalie, lost his right foot after falling from a lawnmower a few years back and undergoing several surgeries. His goal was to get back on the ice as soon as possible and the doctors at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia did just that.

He is back on his youth hockey team and on Wednesday, as part of his birthday wish, Hull joined his favorite Flyers’ player at the team’s locker room before the pair spent some time skating laps, FOX 29 Philadelphia reported.

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“I feel like I want to be like him when I’m older and I want to play for the Flyers just like him,” Hull said of his role model. He’s the netminder for his youth team.

Hull had a smile on his face as he met the Flyers favorite in the locker room, where they discussed the hockey, goaltending and their respective equipment. Hart also signed a cast Hull wore on his arm due to a recent kickball injury.

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“Have some fun and work hard,” Hart said to his resilient fan. “I think those are probably the two biggest things. Everyone says it, but at the NHL level, I know we’re professionals, but you gotta find time to have fun, too. The work never stops. You gotta always try to be at your best.”

Fox News’ Tyler Olson contributed to this report.

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Good Samaritans in Georgia turn in cash picked up on highway after armored truck mishap, police say

Georgia cops were pleasantly surprised when several Good Samaritans turned in thousands of dollars that spilled out onto a highway earlier this week after the side door of an armored truck suddenly opened.

Dunwoody Police said several people have turned in money they picked up along I-285 near Ashford-Dunwoody Road on Monday night, when the door mishap sent an unspecified amount of money flying into the air.

“So, believe it or not, some people have been returning the money that fell from the armored car,” police said in a Facebook post, calling it a “bizarre occurrence.”

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Randrell Lewis brought back $2,100 after stopping Monday night to pick up the free cash. (Dunwoody Police Department/ Facebook)

VIDEO SHOWS DRIVERS IN GEORGIA STOPPING TO GRAB $175,000 IN ‘FLYING’ CASH ON HIGHWAY 

Police shared the image of one do-gooder who was later identified as Randrell Lewis.

According to The Washington Post, Lewis brought back $2,100 while other people brought in a combined $2,300.

Lewis told WXIA that while he thought about what the money could do for his family, he ultimately decided to return it because it wasn’t worth the legal trouble.

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At least $4,400 was returned to authorities.  (Dunwoody Police Department/ Facebook)

Authorities said that anyone caught taking the money would be liable for theft.

Officials were still urging greedy drivers on Wednesday to stop blocking the roadway as “THERE IS NO MORE MONEY!” police said in another post.

The initial report of money flying across the highway came in at around 8 p.m. Monday. Callers informed dispatch that there were at least 15 cars on the highway that stopped to pick up the cash.

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Once on the scene, police discovered the armored truck as the source of the money. The crew was only able to gather a few hundred dollars at the time.

Police estimate the total missing cash at around $175,000.

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Ed Henry and his sister, Colleen, both recovering and making ‘good progress’ after liver donation surgeries

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Fox News chief national correspondent Ed Henry and his sister, Colleen, are making good progress in their recoveries after liver donation surgeries, their family said Wednesday.

Both siblings are “awake, chatty, and visiting with family,” and incredibly, Ed was even able to walk down the hall on Wednesday to see his younger sister for the first time since the surgery.

Ed’s family said doctors have been encouraged by how well both surgeries went and how their old and new livers have been performing so far.

Ed and Colleen have remained in the ICU, where doctors said they’ll continue recovering.

ED HENRY: I’M BECOMING A LIVER DONOR FOR THE SISTER I LOVE, SO SHE CAN LIVE A LONG AND HEALTHY LIFE

Editor’s Note: Interested in becoming an organ donor while you are alive or after death? You can learn more and sign up at the U.S. government website organdonor.gov.

GOFUNDME PAGE FOR COLLEEN HENRY’S RECOVERY

The Fox News correspondent also wanted to thank everyone for the outpouring of love, support and prayers that have been shared since Henry emotionally revealed last weekend he was donating part of his liver to save his sister’s life.

In a piece for FoxNews.com, Henry wrote: “My goal is much simpler: I am determined to do whatever I can to give my sister the greatest gift of all, which quite simply is life.”

He added, “The fact is that the risk of mortality for me is extremely low – less than 1 percent, according to the doctors. I will gladly take on the small risk of what the paperwork I signed at the hospital last week calls a “large midline incision” for the gigantic reward of having my sister around for a very long time.”

Speaking about the decision on “Fox & Friends,” he said the people around him at his job and in his life have helped him bear the burden of taking on the unknown to help save his baby sister.

TRANSPLANT SPECIALIST BREAKS DOWN WHAT ED HENRY CAN EXPECT AFTER LIVER DONATION TO HIS SISTER

“Now that I’ve caught my breath, my parents have been great, my wife’s been great, my kids are strong beyond their years,” he said.

“I can’t forget to say that Suzanne Scott, our C.E.O., you know, it’s funny, you feel a burden and then you feel like it’s lifted when people around you help you. Jay Wallace our president, Lauren Petterson as well, one of our great executives — they were asking me to do all kinds of things like go to the debates in Miami and do these things… but you’re running out to the hospital, taking another blood test. I finally just said, Suzanne, I can’t do this, and she was like, go help your sister. Everybody at Fox — and they are amazing… we’re family.”

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GoFundMe page has been taking donations for Colleen Henry’s recovery.

Fox News’ Sam Dorman contributed to this report.

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Instagram’s ‘hottest doctor’ saves passenger’s life on flight to Israel

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When a medical emergency arose on a flight to the Holy Land, a celebrity doctor rose to the occasion and saved the life of a Birthright participant.

Dr. Mikhail Varshavski, a 29-year-old New York physician better known as “Doctor Mike” who was voted “America’s sexist doctor” by People magazine and is a regular on Fox Business, was aboard a Delta flight from New York City’s JFK to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport when an incident occurred.

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Matt Faraco, 26, from Atlanta, Ga., went into anaphylactic shock two hours into the flight.

“I was on the plane, I actually hadn’t eaten anything, but I noticed my hands were swelling. I told the stewardess I was feeling unwell. The team on the plane asked for any doctors on board and Dr. Mike stepped forward,” Faraco explained.

Traveling to Israel with America’s Voices in Israel, a non-profit that sends high-profile personalities to the Holy Land with a mission to foster a greater understanding of Israel in the United States, the celebrity doctor jumped into action.

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“I felt my throat start to close,” Faraco said. “I don’t normally have allergies and there was no EpiPen on the plane. Dr. Mike was able to use what was on board to help me, and he stayed with me and monitored my vitals for the rest of the flight. All I can say is how thankful I am. He really saved me.”

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The two, who have both participated in Birthright, reunited in Jerusalem on Thursday.

“We were facing a real dilemma, over the ocean with a patient in a life-threatening situation,” Dr. Mike recounted. “While the plane was not equipped with an EpiPen, luckily the Delta team did have an advanced life support kit which included the Epinephrine. We needed to do some troubleshooting, adjusting the dosage and working out how to administer the medicine. We were able to work it out and administer it into his leg muscle – that for sure hurt but was the best option. Had we left the situation to deteriorate we would have risked having to open his airways with an incision.”

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He concluded: “Thankfully the drug worked and his airways opened. We had to monitor his heart and breathing and now it’s great to see him back to full health.”

Dr. Mike, who emigrated with his family from Saransk, Russia, to Brooklyn, New York, at the age of 6, shared a photo from Save a Child’s Heart, a humanitarian organization that does pediatric cardiac care for children around the world who can’t afford or get adequate medical care in their home countries, with his 3-million-plus Instagram followers as his trip to Israel continues. He completed his Family Medicine Residency in 2017.

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The same group that brought Dr. Mike recently took Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, and last year, Mario Lopez, to the Holy Land.

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Steve Hilton announces he’s applying to become US citizen

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Steve Hilton, host of “The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton,” announced on his show Sunday that he’s started the process of becoming an American.

“I’m in the process of applying for U.S. citizenship,” he said, noting that he’s appreciated “the opportunity this country has given me.”

He said he has been a proud immigrant, and he mentioned his parents who escaped communism in Hungary.

He said he believes in immigration and its benefits, but wants to see it controlled properly.

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He said he is looking forward to the day he becomes an American, “if you’ll have me, that is.”

Hilton added that it’s fitting how he made the announcement just days after the U.S. celebrated Independence Day.

Frank Miles is a reporter and editor covering geopolitics, military, crime, technology and sports for FoxNews.com. His email is Frank.Miles@foxnews.com.

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Colorado sheriff’s office bloodhound helps find missing 12-year-old girl in Wyoming

A Colorado police dog turned out to be in the right place at exactly the right time last week, helping to locate a missing 12-year-old girl in Wyoming, according to officials.

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said on Facebook that Deputy K. Fosler and bloodhound Jessie were in Wyoming on an unrelated call when they were diverted for a request with the search of a missing girl.

Brianna Weinart was reported missing around 10 p.m. on Monday, according to the Casper Star-Tribune.

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The deputy and Jessie joined in the search for their girl, but the nearly 90-degree heat required the dog to take a 20-minute break in spite of wearing a cooling vest. The cactus-dense area also made search efforts more difficult, according to the sheriff’s office.

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Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputy K. Fosler is seen with bloodhound “Jessie,” who helped locate a missing 12-year-old in Wyoming last week. (Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office)

“For nearly two hours, she searched the Wyoming area where the 12-year-old girl was last seen……and then she pulled her handler, Deputy Fosler, back toward the direction they started. Deputy Fosler thought she had lost the scent,” police said. “Turns out, she knew exactly where she was going and as the pair got closer to a home, Jessie went around to the back and near a large bush, they spotted the girl, hiding.”

Weinart was hungry, dehydrated and sunburned after 20 hours, but was “otherwise uninjured,” according to the sheriff’s office.

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Authorities told the Star-Tribune they don’t suspect any criminal involvement in the girl’s disappearance and said she does not have any medical issues.

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“This is one of those stories we’re glad to share with the public because it goes to our core mission of Protect, Serve, Enforce,” police said. “We’re thankful this young girl is going to be OK, and we’re thankful Deputy Fosler and K9 Jessie were in Wyoming and able to respond to help another agency and this family.”

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Ohio couple, ages 100 and 102, wed after falling in love at senior home

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An elderly couple, both centenarians, got married in Ohio on Wednesday after falling in love at the assisted living facility where they both live.

John and Phyllis Cook met at the Kingston Residence, an assisted living facility in Sylvania, near Toledo, and had been dating for about one year when they obtained their marriage license earlier Wednesday.

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“It wasn’t the plan, but we got here and they said, ‘We could marry you here.’ I said, ‘Good. Let’s get it over with,’” John said, according to Toledo’s WNWO-TV.

“It wasn’t the plan, but we got here and they said, ‘We could marry you here.’ I said, ‘Good. Let’s get it over with’.”

— John Cook, newly married at age 100

John is a World War II veteran who recently turned 100. On Aug. 8, Phyllis will turn 103; her mother had lived until age 106.

Both John and Phyllis had been widowed twice before. Phyllis, a devout Christian originally from West Virginia, said marriage was the natural next step in their blossoming relationship.

“To tell you the truth, we fell in love with each other. I know you think that may be a little far-fetched for somebody our age, but we fell in love with each other,” she told the station.

“To tell you the truth, we fell in love with each other. I know you think that may be a little far-fetched for somebody our age, but we fell in love with each other.”

— Phyllis Cook, newly married at age 102

“Well, we were just compatible in a whole lot of ways, found ourselves enjoying each other’s company,” John said, describing the relationship he has with his new bride.

What’s their favorite thing to do together?

“Well, I probably shouldn’t talk about that,” John answered, suggesting the spark between them is quite alive.

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The newlyweds explained the secret to a good relationship is respecting each others’ space.

“What we do, we keep both of our apartments. He’s upstairs and I’m down,” Phyllis said. The two spend their days together at the facility sharing meals and sitting outside in the sun.

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