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  • In this April 1, 2014 photo, Peru, Ill., canine officer Matt Heiden is seen with his partner Tito, a  6-year-old Belgian Malinois. The two have worked together on patrol since 2010. That ended recently when Heiden and the department decided to retire Tito due to arthritic hips and a degenerative spine. Heiden took permanent ownership of the retired Tito by signing paperwork and paying $1 to the department. (AP Photo/NewsTribune, Chris Yucus)

    EXCHANGE: Peru police dog retires, becomes pet

    Matt Heiden and Tito are work partners and buddies. Tito likes to fetch a red rubber ball, chewing on it like a pacifier. And Tito's great around kids, including Heiden's four children.

  • Feud continues to roil Michael Jackson's family

    Turmoil in Michael Jackson's family continued Tuesday as a feud that has engulfed the singer's mother and children continued to play out in online posts, on national television and in a videotaped driveway confrontation that authorities continue to investigate.

  • FILE - In this March 5, 2009 file photo, US singer Michael Jackson is shown at a press conference in London.  (AP Photo/Joel Ryan, file)

    Michael Jackson: Feud continues to roil late singer's family

    Turmoil in Michael Jackson's family continued Tuesday as a feud that has engulfed the singer's mother and children continued to play out in online posts, on national television and in a videotaped driveway confrontation that authorities continue to investigate.

  • Without Michael, Jacksons prepare to tour

    Guided by a thumping bass line from their backing band, the Jackson brothers strut forward to a row of four microphones, thrusting their pelvises along the way, before launching into "Can't Let Her Get Away," a song their superstar sibling released on his "Dangerous" album. If they had afros and matching powder blue suits, it might feel like 1977 again.

  • Without Michael, Jackson brothers prepare to tour

    Guided by a thumping bass line from their backing band, the Jackson brothers strut forward to a row of four microphones, thrusting their pelvises along the way, before launching into "Can't Let Her Get Away," a song their superstar sibling released on his "Dangerous" album. If they had afros and matching powder blue suits, it might feel like 1977 again.

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