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Trending today: Family says girl scarred by dog attack asked to leave KFC; Dad makes one-handed catch holding baby

(Photo: Facebook/Victoria's Victories). (Photo: Facebook/Victoria's Victories).
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While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.

Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.

KFC accused of kicking out girl, 3, scarred in pit bull attack

KFC says it's investigating allegations that an employee in Jackson, Mississippi, asked a 3-year-old to leave a restaurant because her facial injuries frightened other patrons.

"Victoria's Victories," a Facebook page following Victoria Wilcher's recovery from a pit bull attack in April, posted about the incident on Thursday. 

Wilcher lost her right eye and broke her jaw in the attack. Photos show her facial scars and cartoon-decorated eye patch.

Victoria had just left the hospital when her grandmother stopped at KFC to get her mashed potatoes.

"She said that we'd have to leave. We were disturbing her other customers. Victoria's face was disturbing other customers," grandmother Kelly Mullins told WAPT.

After setting up the Facebook page, the anger spread. Social media users began opening fire on the restaurant and calling for a boycott.

The Facebook page had more than 56,000 likes Monday morning.

Company spokesman Rich Maynard said KFC is giving $30,000 toward her medical bills.

"The entire KFC family is behind Victoria," Maynard said.

Starbucks to offer online college courses to employees

Starbucks is replacing its college reimbursement plan with a program to earn an online college degree from Arizona State University.

The new education program will be open to all 135,000 U.S. employees that work as least 20 hours a week. Starbucks said the program doesn't require workers to stay at the company after they earn their degrees and they can take whatever courses they want.

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is scheduled to announce the program Monday in New York City, with U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan and the president of Arizona State, Michael M. Crow.

For the first two years of school, Starbucks and Arizona State will put $6,500 toward an estimated $20,000 in tuition. Employees would apply for financial aid to cover the remainder.

Dad catches one-handed, home run ball while holding baby

With a runner on first, Colorado Rockies' Troy Tulowitzki hit two-run home run Sunday against the San Francisco Giants.

But the best play was made by a fan who managed a one-handed, bare-handed catch while holding a baby in the other arm.

What's more, he acts like it's no big deal and just walks back to his seat.

Quite the Father's Day souvenir!

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