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City looks for answers after zombie alert sent to residentsOfficials say they still don't know who sent a "zombie alert" to residents of a Florida city following a power outage
The Associated Press7 hours ago
FILE - The undated file photo shows Scotland's 23-mile long Loch Ness, home of the elusive monster, Nessie. In foreground is Urquhart Castle. For hundreds of years, visitors to Scotland's Loch Ness have described seeing a monster that some believe lives in the depths. Now the legend of "Nessie" may have no place to hide. Researchers will travel there next month to take samples of the murky waters and use DNA tests to determine what species live there. (AP Photo, File)
Legend of Loch Ness Monster will be tested with DNA samplesLegend of Loch Ness Monster will be tested with DNA samples
The Associated Press13 hours ago
Loose horses tie up rush-hour traffic in MassachusettsTwo horses that got loose on a Massachusetts highway and tied up rush-hour traffic have been safely corralled and returned to their owners
The Associated Press14 hours ago
In this photo taken Monday May 21, 2018, Bay Area Sports Hall of Hame inductee Brandi Chastain's plaque is displayed during a press conference in San Francisco. Social media is finding little to like about the likeness on a plaque honoring retired soccer champion Chastain. The Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in San Francisco unveiled the plaque on Monday night. Chastain diplomatically said "it's not the most flattering. But it's nice." (Scott Strazzante/San Francisco Chronicle via AP)
Hall of fame to redo soccer star Brandi Chastain plaqueThe president of the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in San Francisco says the organization will redo a plaque of soccer star Brandi Chastain after a social media uproar
The Associated Press23 hours ago
Bear trashes interior of Connecticut woman's carBear gets into Connecticut woman's car, shreds the interior, then runs into the woods
The Associated Press1 day ago
Grocery sees dirty word in 'Summa Cum Laude,' censors cakeA South Carolina woman isn't happy a grocery store censored her honor graduate son's cake, which was supposed to include the Latin phrase "Summa Cum Laude"
The Associated Press1 day ago
Man walking home from train station followed by pigPolice in a Cleveland suburb thought they had a drunk on their hands when a man called to report a pig was following him home from a train station
The Associated Press2 days ago
Roo-ting out trouble: Rogue S Carolina kangaroo nabbed againSouth Carolina's most talented escape artist may be a kangaroo
The Associated Press5 days ago
Ammo box falls from military chopper, crashes into schoolAuthorities are trying to determine how a box of ammunition fell from a military helicopter and crashed through the roof of a school in Texas
The Associated Press5 days ago
FILE- In this May 16, 2018, file photo, President Donald Trump listens to a question during a meeting with Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Trump’s team is running out of time to rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement this year. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)
Laurel, Yanny or ... covfefe? White House joins in on debateThe White House is getting in on the viral debate over whether people hear the names "Laurel" or "Yanny" in a much-shared audio clip
The Associated Press5 days ago
In this May 14, 2018 photo provided by Craig Luttman, the tails of six young squirrels are stuck together by tree sap in the Omaha, Neb., suburb of Elkhorn. Laura Stastny, a wildlife expert and executive director of Nebraska Wildlife Rehab, told the Omaha World-Herald that the sap-covered tails became knotted as the youngsters wrestled in their nest. She says they are about 8 weeks old. Stastny managed to untangle the young squirrels. (Craig Luttman via AP)
6 young squirrels rescued from ordeal of tangled tailsSix young squirrels whose tails were stuck together by tree sap are recovering after a Nebraska wildlife expert untangled them
The Associated Press5 days ago
In this April 2018 photo, Ben Bender capped his long golf career with a hole-in-one at Green Valley Golf Club in Zanesville, Ohio. Bender, who has hip bursitis, used his 5-wood to make a hole-in-one on the third hole. (Chris Crook/Times Recorder via AP)
93-year-old makes first hole-in-one in 65 years of golfingA 93-year-old Ohio man made his first hole-in-one in 65 years of golfing and then walked off the course for good a few holes later
The Associated Press6 days ago
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