TRENDING: Boy calls the law on bedtime; Cheerleader makes half-court flip shot

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    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at what's trending today on the web!

    Oscar Pistorius freed on bail in murder case

    Everyone is watching the Oscar Pistorious trial. Even the magistrate in South Africa, who allowed Oscar Pistorius to go free on bail, is raising questions about the track star's own account of the shooting death of his girlfriend last week.

    Pistorius has said he thought Reeva Steenkamp was an intruder, and fired four shots at her in his bathroom.

    The magistrate set the bail amount at $113,000 Friday and said Pistorius also has to turn over his passports and any other guns that he owns. The track star left the courthouse a little more than an hour later.

    His next court appearance is set for June. Pistorius cannot go back to the scene of the crime, so he will stay with family until the trial begins.

    Mass. boy, trying to avoid bedtime, calls 911

    A 10-year-old boy calls 911 to report his mother for sending him to bed.

    The mother said the boy got mad after she said it was time to go to bed, so he walked over and called 911 and then hung up on dispatch.

    The boy, named Dan, learned his lesson and so have the mother's other five children, especially when an officer showed up to the front door.

    No charges were filed but Police did teach the little boy the right time to call the cops.

    Cheerleader Half-court Cartwheel Shot

    Last week a full-court bounce shot was on trending, but this time, it's a half-court flip shot.

    William Carey University cheerleader Ashlee Arnau had been trying to make the trick shot for the past month and then finally on senior night it goes in.

    For those of you at home, the bar has been set once again. It will take something better than a flip shot or a bounce shot to make it on trending.

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