In the news
■ Jennifer Contini and fiance Steven Cunningham posted on social media that they lost her wedding dress on a drive from New York to Ohio but will get it back in time for their wedding when a friend of a friend spotted the dress hanging on a fence at the end of a driveway in Southhampton, N.Y.
■ Thomas Hogan, district attorney in Chester County, Pa., called the shooting of a new high school graduate, Bianca Roberson, 18, by an unknown assailant during a road-rage confrontation a “totally random, senseless act of violence,” as police hunt for her killer.
■ Nic Sakurai, 37, left home at 4:45 a.m. Friday to be the first person in line so he could become the first person in the country to get a new gender-neutral driver’s license being issued by the District of Columbia that designates sex by male, female or X.
■ Rick Snyder, the Republican governor of Michigan, vetoed legislation Friday requiring the state to create and sell an anti-abortion “Choose Life” license plate, saying the car tag would have divided residents.
■ Alex Chivers, 36, who hit a Muslim teen with a slab of bacon after hurling insults at her and her mother, was sentenced by a London court to six months in jail for assault in an attack a detective called “truly shocking.”
■ Shi Lu Eng, 55, and her husband, Chun Kwong Eng, 67, who co-owned a restaurant in Lititz, Pa., were arrested for illegally selling wild venison after investigators found 300 pounds of deer heads and other parts scavenged from trash bins outside butcher shops.
■ Frances Crowe of Northampton, Mass., a 98-year-old wheelchair-user arrested with seven others for blocking construction of a natural gas pipeline, remained defiant, saying the issue boils down to whether “people will rise up and say no” to corporations.
■ Anthony Iavarone, 19, of Clifton Park, N.Y., bought a $10 scratch-off ticket, playing the same game he said his aunt always plays, when he stopped at a convenience store to put air in his vehicle’s tires and ended up winning a $1 million jackpot and will get a one-time lump sum of $661,800 payment after taxes. ■ Darlene Carroll, who runs an in-home day care in Annapolis, Md., said she was certain her 14-year-old son was joking when he said there was a newborn on the porch but then called police as the infant, only a few hours old, “just cuddled up in my arms, like he knew me.”