The Cast Of CSI Reunited And It’s Giving Us All The Feels! See The Pics!

We’re really sad to see the best TV show ever coming to an end, but at least we get to see some familiar faces one last time!

CSI is currently taping a special two-hour series finale to wrap up the 15-season crime procedural. The show has shot over 300 episodes, but in recent years, quite a few had been sorely missing some of our original faves from the Las Vegas Crime Lab, including Marg Helgenberger, who left the show back in 2012.

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In addition to Marg, who played Catherine Willows, William Petersen – AKA CSI boss Gil Grissom — had quit the drama after season 9.

But now, the gang’s all back together!

The Under the Dome actress took to Twitter to post this precious pic (above) of herself, William, and former castmates Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, and Paul Guilfoyle!

She captioned the sentimental shot:

“#OGCSI Great fun today with this gang!”

She also uploaded a sweet snap of her and William that made our hearts melt, considering we’ve not-so-secretly wanted their two characters to get together since the pilot.

Ch-ch-check it out (below)!

The series finale will air on September 27! Make sure to set your DVRs for all the nostaliga!

[Image via Marg Helgenberger/Twitter.]

Fugitive groom Murat Shomshe arrested in Melbourne after skipping bail

Shomshe had been granted bail to attend his own wedding and was meant to return to custody, but fled while his bride was in the shower

Murat Shomshe, the man who became a fugitive after being granted bail to attend his own wedding, has been arrested.

A Victoria police spokeswoman said that Taskforce Fugitive detectives arrested Shomshe at around 10am on Tuesday in the Melbourne suburb of Campbellfield.

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Police Release Video In Harlem Hit-And-Run That Critically Injured Cyclist

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police released surveillance video Monday of a vehicle believed to be involved in a hit-and-run accident last week that left a bicyclist in critical condition in Harlem.

The accident happened around happened around 10 p.m. Wednesday on West 145th Street near Lenox Avenue.

Police said a 57-year-old man on a bicycle was in the middle of the street trying to cross 145th Street near Lenox Avenue when a red sedan struck him and then drove off, CBS2’s Janelle Burrell reported last week.

The bike then catapulted into the air across traffic, hitting Roberto Ramirez’s minivan.

“I was driving toward the bridge, then all of a sudden, I see this bike flying in the air and it hit me,” he said. “Broke my windshield and scratched my hood.”

The 57-year-old victim was a familiar face to employees at a local take out restaurant, who were praying for his recovery.

“He comes in every day,” one man said. “He’s a good guy.”

Police are asking anyone who may have seen the red sedan with possible front-end damage on its hood to contact authorities.

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Police Release Video In Harlem Hit-And-Run That Critically Injured Cyclist

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police released surveillance video Monday of a vehicle believed to be involved in a hit-and-run accident last week that left a bicyclist in critical condition in Harlem.

The accident happened around happened around 10 p.m. Wednesday on West 145th Street near Lenox Avenue.

Police said a 57-year-old man on a bicycle was in the middle of the street trying to cross 145th Street near Lenox Avenue when a red sedan struck him and then drove off, CBS2’s Janelle Burrell reported last week.

The bike then catapulted into the air across traffic, hitting Roberto Ramirez’s minivan.

“I was driving toward the bridge, then all of a sudden, I see this bike flying in the air and it hit me,” he said. “Broke my windshield and scratched my hood.”

The 57-year-old victim was a familiar face to employees at a local take out restaurant, who were praying for his recovery.

“He comes in every day,” one man said. “He’s a good guy.”

Police are asking anyone who may have seen the red sedan with possible front-end damage on its hood to contact authorities.

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Drive races BRP trike vs Sea-Doo around Manhattan

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Drive and Jalopnik race around Manhattan on a pair of Bombardier Recreational Products – a Can-Am Spyder F3S and a Sea-Doo GTX – to see which is faster: land or water.

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Freddie Freeman Injury: Updates on Braves Star’s Status and Return

Freddie Freeman has been battling injuries for the first time in his career this season, leaving the Atlanta Braves with a huge hole at first base. The 25-year-old now must deal with another issue that could keep him off the field.

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Freeman Exits Monday’s Game

Monday, Aug. 3

According to Kevin McAlpin of the Braves Radio Network, Freeman was injured during Atlanta’s game against the San Francisco Giants on Monday. Details about the injury remain vague, with McAlpin adding Chris Johnson replaced Freeman in the fifth inning.

Freeman missed one month from the middle of June through the All-Star break with a bruised right wrist that required a platelet-rich plasma injection. He was having a strong season up to that point, boasting an .887 OPS when the Braves put him on the disabled list. 

That number has since fallen to .853, with Freeman totaling 14 home runs and 45 runs batted in, both of which lead the team.

Considering all of the moves Atlanta’s front office made during the offseason, Freeman’s presence in the middle of the lineup is more important than ever. 

GE atomic swimmer robot keeps tabs on nuclear reactors

The Stinger is designed to inspect nuclear reactors without the need of a human team inside the containment vessel

One truism of nuclear reactors is that you really don’t want to be next to one. Unfortunately, reactor cores need to be inspected and maintained, which means teams of workers going inside the containment vessel. It’s an operation that’s not only hazardous, but expensive and time consuming. In an effort to make such inspections safer, cheaper, and faster, GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy has developed the Stinger; a free-swimming, remote-controlled robot that replaces humans for cleaning and inspecting reactor vessels.

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Motorweek looks back at 1983 Saab 900S

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Saab might be a brand that’s just barely hanging on, but the company has a great legacy to celebrate. Motorweek takes a look at the company in better times with this Retro Review of a 1983 900S.

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