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Top Trenders: Former Patriots Player May Be Gunman in Double Murder

Police suggested that Aaron Hernandez may have pulled the trigger in an unsolved double homicide in Boston.
Here are your Top Trenders for Friday, January 17th!

NUMBER 5 - FACEBOOK "TRENDING"
Facebook launched a new feature yesterday called Trending. It gives users quick access to hot topics that are gaining buzz across the social network. Officials say the product will help people find the best content. Trending will also be tested on mobile devices.

NUMBER 4 - ENTERTAINERS CANCEL ON SEAWORLD AFTER DOCUMENTARY
The controversy sparked by the "Blackfish" documentary on the treatment of orcas at Seaworld is growing. The Beach Boys and Pat Benatar have canceled performances at Busch Gardens Tampa, which is owned by Seaworld Parks and Entertainment. Seaworld has been targeted by animal rights activists since CNN aired the documentary in October. Seaworld says "Blackfish" doesn't tell the whole story and ignores the park's conservation efforts and research.

NUMBER 3 - POLICE: HERNANDEZ MAY BE GUNMAN IN DOUBLE MURDER
Police suggested that former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez may have actually been the gunman in a 2012 unsolved double homicide in Boston. In newly unsealed court documents, police say they had probable cause to believe Hernandez was driving the car used in the shooting and he may have been the one to pull the trigger. No charges have been filed.

NUMBER 2 - MORE TROUBLE FOR BIEBER
There's more trouble on the horizon for Justin Bieber. The teen heartthrob is suspected of egging a neighbor's house earlier this month. Now, police say they're checking his iPhone for clues. Officers confiscated it during a search of his home this week. Investigators say they're looking for any evidence of Bieber "bragging or making fun of" the egging.

NUMBER 1 - CALIFORNIA WILDFIRE
A wildfire spanning over 1,500 acres near Los Angeles apparently started after three men tossed paper into a campfire and the flames were picked up by strong winds. Investigators say the men were arrested on suspicion of recklessly starting a fire. Nicknamed "the Colby fire," crews say it has destroyed two homes and injured one person as of Thursday.
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