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Several hundred thousand fertilized eggs remain frozen in a state of cryopreservation. For would-be parents, deciding what to do with those excess embryos is often complicated and rarely easy.
Los Angeles Lakers forward Matt Barnes has been released from jail after being arrested on suspicion of threatening a police officer who stopped him for a traffic warrant.
Manhattan Beach police Sgt. Paul Ford says Barnes posted $51,000 bail and was released shortly before 11:30 p.m. Monday, some three hours after his arrest.
Ford says Barnes allegedly made a verbal threat to the officer and was arrested for that as well.