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Police: Woman tells of body in her home, leads them on chasePolice in New Hampshire say a woman told them a man was fatally shot and was in her home, but then led them on a chase into Massachusetts and back before she was arrested
The Associated Press3 days ago
Headless chickens found in Connecticut courtroomAuthorities in Connecticut are investigating the discovery of two decapitated chickens inside a courtroom
The Associated Press3 days ago
In this 2016 photo from a Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit motion-activated camera, an adult cow moose walks in a snowstorm in the Gros Ventre area of Wyoming. Motion-detecting wildlife cameras are yielding serious science as well as amusing photos. (Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit via AP)
Motion-activated cameras capture animals being wild, weirdA growing number of scientists in the U.S. are using motion-activated cameras to help them study wildlife.
The Associated Press4 days ago
This photo provided by the Kirkland Police Department shows an umbrella with a sword-shaped handle on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018 in Kirkland, Wash. A Seattle-area hospital was briefly placed in lockdown after a witness reported a man carrying what appeared to be a rifle, which turned out to be the umbrella. (Kirkland Police Department via AP)
Umbrella mistaken for weapon causes hospital lockdownAn umbrella sparked a scare at a Seattle-area hospital after it was mistaken for a rifle
The Associated Press4 days ago
Customer complain that gas station swapped diesel, gasolineSome drivers in Maine say their vehicles were damaged when they purchased fuel that was in the wrong pumps at a gas station
The Associated Press4 days ago
This undated photo provided by Brogan Hortonshows a 15-year-old neglected pony that is being saved thanks to an online fundraising campaign by Bridgton-based Animal Rescue Unit in Bridgton, Maine. Animal Rescue Unit took over care of the pony that was suffering from cancer, infection and frostbite. (AP Photo/Brogan Horton)
Fundraiser saves pony who lost penis to cancer, frostbiteA Maine animal rescue group says it has raised enough money to save a 15-year-old pony that lost part of its penis due to cancer and frostbite
The Associated Press4 days ago
Spain, Portugal seize cocaine hidden in shipped pineapplesSpanish and Portuguese police say a joint operation resulted in the seizure of 745 kilograms (1,600 pounds) of cocaine, much of it allegedly concealed inside pineapples shipped from Latin America
The Associated Press4 days ago
In this late Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, image made from dashcam video, a brightly lit object falls from the sky above a highway in the southern Michigan skyline. (Zack Lawler/WWMT via AP)
Meteor credited for bright light, noise rattling MichiganExperts say a bright light and what sounded like thunder in the sky above Michigan was a meteor
The Associated Press4 days ago
Mom-daughter duo show 2 carjackers crime and cocoa don't mixPolice in Washington's Virginia suburbs say two would-be carjackers fled from their intended victims when a splash of hot cocoa entered the mix
The Associated Press5 days ago
CORRECTS DATE In this photo taken on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, Anastasia Gruzdeva, left, poses for selfie with her friends as the temperature dropped to about -50 degrees (-58 degrees Fahrenheit) in Yakutsk, Russia. Temperatures in the remote, diamond-rich Russian region of Yakutia have dropped to near-record lows, plunging to -67 degrees Centigrade (-88.6 degrees Fahrenheit) in some areas. (sakhalife.ru photo via AP)
Even the eyelashes freeze: Russia sees minus 88.6 degrees FTemperatures in the remote Russian region of Yakutia have dropped to near record lows, plunging to minus 67 degrees Celsius ( minus 88.6 degrees Fahrenheit) in some areas
The Associated Press5 days ago
Massachusetts police arrest man for stealing manhole coversMassachusetts police arrest a man who they say stole seven manhole covers and put traffic cones in their place
The Associated Press5 days ago
Spokeswoman of the Jury, Nina Janich presents the non-word 2017, 'alternative Fakten' , alternative facts,  in Darmstadt, Germany, Tuesday Jan. 16, 2018. German linguists have declared the phrase "alternative facts," popularized by White House aide Kellyanne Conway, the non-word of 2017. A team of six language experts at Darmstadt University chose "alternative facts" from among 684 suggestions. (Andreas Arnold/dpa via AP)
German linguists: 'Alternative facts' the non-word of 2017German linguists have declared the phrase "alternative facts" _ popularized by White House aide Kellyanne Conway _ the non-word of 2017
The Associated Press5 days ago
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