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Here's a quick recap of the top five Sign1News stories this week.

A North Carolina family was shocked when their dog gave birth to a bright green puppy.

A local vet said puppies are located within their own sac in the dog's uterus and the sac is full of fluid from the puppy's first bowel movement and it stains their fur.

In this case, the dog's poop was green.

The color is temporary and goes away as the dog gets bathed or cleaned by the mother.

Delta announced it's giving workers $1.6 billion in bonuses as a reward for the company's strong performance in 2019.

That means every eligible employee will get a check next month for nearly 17% of their annual salary.

That's the equivalent of two months pay.

The bonus does not include Delta's officers, directors and general managers.

Toyota and Honda are recalling millions of vehicles over safety issues.

Toyota says the issue is potentially defective equipment intended to protect passengers during the crash.

Affected models include some Corollas, Corolla Matrix, Avalon and Avalon HV lines produced between 2010 and 2019.

Honda is recalling some Acuras produced between 1996 and 2003 because they may have dysfunctional airbag inflators.

A New Hampshire man killed a coyote with his bare hands after it attacked his child.

The man said the coyote grabbed his two-year-old son's by his jacket hood while they were hiking and dragging to the ground.

The man said he kicked the coyote trying to fend it off.

When that didn't work, he used his body weight to suffocate the coyote while holding its snout shut.

And within hours of me reporting on the new Space Force insignia last night, thousands of viewers clicked on the story.

Social media has been flooded with posts from all over the world, mocking the insignia for its strikingly similar look to the insignia from the popular sci-fi TV show "Star Trek."

Posted - 1.26.20

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