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Adrian Peterson Undergoes Surgery

Tough news for Vikings fans: star running back Adrian Peterson will need surgery to repair a torn meniscus.

Peterson damaged his knee in Sunday night's game against the Packers. His surgery is scheduled for later today.

The injury happened with a little over three minutes remaining in the third quarter. Peterson took a handoff and cut up the middle, only to be dragged down by a Green Bay linebacker. When he tried to get up, it was apparent that his knee wasn't at full strength.

Peterson was the NFL's 2015 rushing leader with 1,485 yards. The Vikings are scheduled to play the Panthers on Sunday.

Dalmatian Gets Lost At Fire Station

A displaced Dalmatian was looking for some help, and as it turns out, the place he ended up was almost too perfect. He found himself at a fire station, of course!

Chico is now just one of the guys at Florida's Hillsborough County Fire Rescue Station 5. He snuck into the firehouse, following a truck back into the bay, and he made himself at home.

Eventually, Chico's owner claimed him and took him home.

Popsicle Vendor Can Finally Retire

An 89-year-old Chicago popsicle vendor can afford to slow down a little thanks to the kindness of strangers.

After decades of tireless work, Fidencio Sanchez was presented with a huge check at a ceremony yesterday. The check, totaling a little over $384,000, was donated by more than 17,000 people on GoFundMe. GoFundMe said the campaign was the largest ever created in Illinois.

Sanchez's story garnered national attention when Joel Macias spotted the elderly man hunched over and struggling to push his cart selling popsicles. Macias pulled over to snap a photo before stopping to buy 20 popsicles and giving Sanchez $50. Macias decided to start the GoFundMe campaign that went viral, with people from 52 countries donating money.