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    Pope Benedict XVI spends last night as Pope

    Benedict XVI, 85, is spending his last night at the Vatican as Pope. Wednesday he addressed tens of thousands of followers who came to Saint Peter's square for his final general audience.

    Pope Benedict thanked his followers and kissed babies on his last full day as the leader of the Catholic Church. He spent about 15 minutes riding the pope mobile through the crowd packed into St. Peter's Square.

    The Holy Father talked about the joy, and struggles he faced during his eight year reign, and his decision to resign.

    While the focus was on his sendoff, Catholics are eager to see who will reign next. Most of the 115 cardinals responsible for electing the next pope are already here in Rome.

    Teacher caught on cam allegedly stealing from students

    A California student set up a hidden video camera hoping to catch a thief, and ended up busting a popular teacher.

    Students in a gym class began noticing money and other items missing from their backpacks, so one girl decided to hide and see what was going on. She was shocked to find her teacher, who was well liked by everyone, rummaging through their backpacks and purses appearing to take money.

    The girl couldn't believe it and neither did anyone else so she hid in the locker room again--this time with recording on her cell phone.

    After finally having proof, she took the video to the principal and was asked to delete it, but it was too late. The student had already sent it out.

    The school district and local authorities are investigating, and the teacher has been placed on administrative leave.

    Junior Hockey Coach Trips Opposing Players

    A pee wee hockey coach in Canada taught us all the opposite of sportsmanship.

    As two hockey teams age the traditional end-of-game handshake in Vancouver, Coach Martin Tremblay tripped two teens from the opposing team and one of those players suffered a broken wrist.

    That coach got 15 days in jail for one count of assault for the incident.

    A hockey mom shot some home video, and called what happened after the game "disgusting". Wednesday the judge agreed, saying his community service wasn't enough to fix his horrible lack of sportsmanship.

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