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Here’s some good news. Doctors in Mississippi are convinced that they were able to put HIV into remission in a baby born with the AIDS virus. The new report shows that the girl (now 3-years-old) was infected in the womb. She was treated aggressively and now shows no signs of active infection, despite stopping her AIDS medication at 18 months. [HuffPost]

More schools, more students, more guns. In a week that saw two shootings at schools across the nation, an 11-year-old was arrested on Wednesday in Vancouver, Wash. after bringing a handgun, 400 rounds of ammunition and several knives to school. He was charged with one count of attempted murder and booked into the Clark County Juvenile Detention Center. [FOX]

Well this is odd. The former University of California, Davis police officer who pepper-sprayed Occupy protestors has received workers compensation settlement worth $38,000. The 40-year-old officer said he suffered from depression and anxiety after receiving death threats over the incident, which occurred on November 18, 2011. Fair? [DailyMail]

Chicago rapper Chief Keef, real name Keith Cozart, was released from Cook County jail early after he was sentenced to 20 days behind bars. He served nine of those days after testing positive for marijuana. The cause for his release? Good behavior. Who would have thought? [ChicagoTribune]