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Weekend Top Flicks

"Sully,” the movie about the miracle on the Hudson, soared to the top of the box office this week with $35.5 million. Director Clint Eastwood brought the dramatic story of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 to the big screen. Tom Hanks stars as Captain Sullenberger, who made an emergency landing on the Hudson River in 2009.

Coming in second, the thriller "When the Bough Breaks."  A surrogate mom becomes obsessed with the soon-to-be father. The film debuted with $15 million in sales.

R-rated horror movie "Don't Breathe" landed in the third spot earning $8.2 million. A group of thieves become trapped in a dangerous old man's home when a robbery doesn't go as planned.

Twins Honor Jacob Wetterling

There's one number in Minnesota that people are turning to for hope and healing. That number is 11, which is the number Jacob Wetterling was wearing before he was abducted in 1989. Friday night, the Minnesota Twins honored Wetterling by donning a patch on their jerseys with the number 11 on it.

Jacob Wetterling's remains were finally found, ending a 27-year-old cold case that changed a community. He was a huge sports fan and wore a red number 11 as a child.

The Twins auctioned off 11 of the game-worn jerseys with all proceeds benefiting the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center.

Miss America 2017 Crowned

Miss Arkansas has been crowned Miss America for 2017.

Savvy Shields won the competition with a jazz dance routine to a song from the TV show "Smash." The outgoing Miss America, Betty Cantrell, placed the crown on Shields' head.

In addition to the crown, Shields wins a $50,000 thousand dollar, a six-figure salary and expenses during her reign, and an appearance agreement with Dick Clark Productions.

Miss South Carolina, Rachel Wyatt, was first runner-up.