“The search wasn’t easy, says Ed. He didn’t know her married name, or where she was, but he was eventually able to find her through their church’s Facebook page. That’s when he sent her a friend request and some messages trying to reconnect. Priscilla, who was also widowed, promptly deleted his digital attempts at reconciliation: ‘When I got the friend request, I thought, ‘I don’t want to be his friend.’ So I just deleted it.'” He proposed 60 years ago, then broke her heart. Now they’ve finally tied the knot.

+ “Instead of simply hanging up as usual, Bonnie Bednarik went along with the ruse, telling them she would give them the $6,800. When the alleged scammers came to collect the money, they were shocked to find police waiting for them.” Canada grandma helps stop fraud scheme targeting senior citizens.

+ “Nearly 60 years after he was recommended for the nation’s highest military award, retired Col. Paris Davis, one of the first Black officers to lead a Special Forces team in combat, received the Medal of Honor on Friday for his bravery in the Vietnam War.”

+ “Tricks that you see a Harlem Globetrotter do with a basketball, we do with a pizza.” Pizza acrobatics is an actual sport. This man has won 7 world championships for it.

+ Heinz to give new boat to man who survived on ketchup while lost at sea.

+ Dave Grohl braved the LA storms and spent 16 hours making 500 servings of barbecue for people at a homeless shelter