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Naming Rights: Orlando's new police chief is named OrlandoOrlando's newest police chief is named Orlando Rolon
The Associated Press4 days ago
Giant hammer artwork stolen in Northern CaliforniaAuthorities in Northern California are looking for a hammer
The Associated Press6 days ago
A 12-pound (5.5 kilogram) lunar meteorite discovered in Northwest Africa in 2017 rests on a table, in Amherst, N.H. The rock, which is actually comprised of six fragments that fit together like a puzzle, was found last year in a remote area of Mauritania, but may have plunged to Earth thousands of years ago. The meteorite could sell for $500,000 or more at an online auction that runs from Thursday, Oct. 11, until Oct. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Rodrique Ngowi)
For sale to the highest bidder: A 12-pound chunk of the moonA 12-pound lunar meteorite discovered in northwest Africa last year is up for auction by Boston-based RR Auction and could sell for $500,000
The Associated Press6 days ago
Woman with 'emotional support squirrel' removed from planePolice at a Florida airport removed a passenger who refused to get off a Cleveland-bound flight after she was found carrying an "emotional support squirrel."
The Associated Press6 days ago
Restaurant offers free steak tips for tips on burglarNew Hampshire restaurant offers free steak tips to anyone with tips on a recent burglary at their location
The Associated Press6 days ago
This Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, photo provided by the City of Waukegan, Ill., shows a 4-foot alligator in a van outside city hall after animal control workers helped capture it from Lake Michigan. The alligator, whose mouth was taped shut, was spotted by a kayaker fishing for salmon off the Waukegan shore. It was taken to the Wildlife Discovery Center in nearby Lake Forest. Animal control officers have started an investigation to determine who dumped the alligator into the water. (Sam Cunningham/City of Waukegan via AP)
Investigators want to know who left gator in Lake MichiganAuthorities don't yet know who dumped the four-foot long animal in Lake Michigan but they now know the kind of animal it is
The Associated Press7 days ago
Gecko butt-dials 'bazillion' times from Hawaii seal hospitalIf you got incessant phone calls last week from a hospital that cares for Hawaiian monk seals: You were butt-dialed by a gecko.
The Associated Press7 days ago
Animal sanctuary, farm team up to save pig from slaughterAn animal sanctuary and a farm are working together to spare a young slaughterhouse-bound pig to promote local agriculture in New Hampshire
The Associated Press7 days ago
An inflatable sculpture entitled "Sea Monsters HERE" extends from a rusting warehouse called Building 61 at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018. The installation was created by UK-based artists Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellas. The former military base is free and open to the public. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
Inflatable sea monster takes over a rusting warehouseA giant sea monster has taken over a building at Philadelphia's Navy Yard, but only temporarily
The Associated Press7 days ago
Determined runner struck by deer finishes half marathonA runner who was struck by a deer during a half marathon in New Jersey still managed to cross the finish line
The Associated Press7 days ago
Judges inspect the first place pumpkin in the 45th annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, in Half Moon Bay, Calif. A commercial pilot from Oregon raised a giant pumpkin weighing 2,170 pounds (984 kilograms) to win a pumpkin-weighing contest in Northern California. Steve Daletas credited a good seed and lots of sunny days since he planted it April 15. It is the fourth time Daletas takes top honors at the annual pumpkin-weighing contest. (Aric Crabb/Bay Area News Group via AP)
From 'special seed' to 2,170-pound winning pumpkinA commercial pilot from Oregon says "one special seed" and months of care produced a massive pumpkin that tipped the scales at a contest in Northern California
The Associated Press8 days ago
Man allegedly posts video of how to remove an ankle monitorA Missouri man is charged with a felony after he allegedly filmed himself removing an ankle monitor and then posted the video on Facebook
The Associated Press8 days ago
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