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Homeowner finds naked intruder in her tub, eating CheetosPolice in Louisiana say a woman is accused of break-in, eating homeowner's Cheetos while taking a bath
The Associated Press16 hours ago
This Wednesday, April 18, 2018 photo shows a wayward tortoise as it recovers after it cracked its shell when it fell off of a 10-foot wall in San Diego County. The tortoise is recovering after vets used screws, zip ties and denture material to repair it. County Animal Services Director Dan DeSousa says the male 90-pound African spurred tortoise probably was a pet that got loose from a yard. (Daniel DeSousa/San Diego County Department of Animal Services via AP)
California tortoise with cracked shell gets $4,000 repairA wayward tortoise that cracked its shell after falling off a 10-foot wall in San Diego County is recovering after vets used screws, zip ties and denture material to repair it
The Associated Press21 hours ago
In this Friday, April 13, 2018, photo, Julia Gravitch, 16, left, and her sister Sophia, 19, daughters of Waldo Mark Gravitch, visit with Waldo Jeffrey Noel outside San Rafael High School in San Rafael, Calif. Friday is April 20, or 4/20. That’s the numerical code for marijuana’s high holiday, a celebration and homage to pot’s enduring and universal slang for smoking. And five Northern California high school stoner buddies widely credited with creating the shorthand slang for getting high nearly 50 years ago now serve as the day's unofficial grand masters. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
420's long, strange trip to pot holiday began in CaliforniaWhere are The Waldos? Not far from the San Francisco Bay Area high school where in 1971 the five buddies' search for a marijuana patch gave birth to the term 420, now the date for marijuana's high holiday and universal slang for smoking weed.
The Associated Press1 day ago
Egypt's mufti issues fatwa against buying Facebook 'likes'Egypt's top mufti issues fatwa, says buying Facebook 'likes' is prohibited under Islam because it's fraud, deception
The Associated Press2 days ago
In this April 8, 2018 photo, Greg Amaral, left, and Wendell Walker, right, stand with signs showing positive messages in front of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument on Main Street, in Nashua, N.H.  The two have showed up on with feel-good signs each weekend since Easter Sunday. They say their goal is to encourage people to be happy and follow their dreams. (Craig Michaud via AP)
2 men use signs to spread happinessTwo New Hampshire men are trying to spread some positivity in Nashua with their feel-good signs
The Associated Press3 days ago
WiFi network named 'remote detonator' prompts gym evacuationA Michigan gym patron looking for a WiFi connection reported finding one named "remote detonator," prompting an evacuation and precautionary search of the facility by a bomb-sniffing dog
The Associated Press3 days ago
Minnesota firehouse opens doors during blizzard for promFirefighters came to the rescue for a group of Minnesota high school students when a blizzard struck during their prom
The Associated Press3 days ago
Town wants UFO memorial moved; witness objectsA memorial in a remote corner of Massachusetts that marks a 1969 UFO sighting has been ordered moved, but one man who experienced a close encounter is objecting
The Associated Press5 days ago
Florida man's own dashboard camera lands him in jailA Florida man ended up in jail after his dashboard camera showed police more than he intended
The Associated Press6 days ago
In this photo provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Stephen Michael Paris is pictured in a photo dated Aug. 6, 1980. (Oklahoma Department of Corrections via AP)
Mother's obituary helps officers nab 1981 prison escapeeInvestigators: Mother's obituary in Texas helps federal agents capture fugitive son nearly four decades after he escaped from an Oklahoma prison.
The Associated Press7 days ago
In this April 6, 2018 photo trash lies on a beach in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. On Thursday April 12, 2018, the Clean Ocean Action environmental group released the results of its annual beach sweeps program, in which nearly 374,000 items of trash were removed from New Jersey's beaches in 2017 by volunteers. More than 80 percent of the items were plastics, which can be deadly to the marine environment. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
Mower, tooth in a box, Vishnu doll in New Jersey beach trashA New Jersey environmental group's list of trash its volunteers picked up from the state's beaches includes plenty of bizarre items
The Associated Press7 days ago
Tiger reported running through streets of New York _ or notA false report of a tiger in the streets of Manhattan briefly causes a social media frenzy; it was a raccoon
The Associated Press7 days ago
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