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Clarification: Alderman-Key Missed Vote storyClarification: Alderman-Key Missed Vote story
The Associated Press2 days ago
Uranus Examiner ends publication, blaming judgmental peopleThe Uranus Examiner, a small Missouri newspaper whose name inspired chuckles and groans when it launched a few months ago, is closing
The Associated Press2 days ago
Leaping lemur surprises Florida trooper during DUI arrestA lemur surprised a Florida Highway Patrol trooper when it crawled from a trailer being pulled by a pickup truck that had been stopped for driving erratically and hitting other cars
The Associated Press2 days ago
Man yells 'there's no Santa' at Florida holiday eventA man screamed "there's no Santa Claus" over and over during a recent holiday festival in Florida
The Associated Press2 days ago
Moose rings Alaska home's doorbellA moose used the doorbell to awaken a couple in Alaska
The Associated Press2 days ago
Feng shui or in the way? Begrudged boulders won't budgeA Maine restaurant owner is citing "feng shui" as a reason not to move boulders outside the building that are in the way of a sidewalk project
The Associated Press3 days ago
Man, woman drive from Arizona to Wyoming with kids in trunkMan, woman drive from Arizona to Wyoming with two children in trunk
The Associated Press3 days ago
This Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, photo released by Tulare County Sheriff's Office shows Margaret Gieszinger, a high school teacher in central California who was arrested on suspicion of felony child endangerment,after forcibly cutting the hair of one of her students while singing the National Anthem, authorities said. Gieszinger was arrested Wednesday, after videos posted to social media showed a student at University Preparatory High School in the city Visalia sitting in a chair at the front of the classroom as Gieszinger cuts his hair. Gieszinger is being held on $100,000 bail. It was not immediately known if she has an attorney. (Tulare County Sheriff's Office via AP)
California teacher arrested for forcibly cutting boy's hairA high school teacher in central California has been arrested on suspicion of felony child endangerment after forcibly cutting the hair of one of her students while singing the National Anthem
The Associated Press3 days ago
Bah, Humbug: Florida neighbors scorn woman over displayCalifornia humor? Woman scored by her new neighbors in a Florida high-rise condo because of the "Bah Humbug" holiday message she spelled out in lights across her balcony
The Associated Press3 days ago
A Mandarin duck swims in Central Park in New York, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018. In the weeks since it appeared in Central Park, the duck has become a celebrity. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Quackarazzi: Mandarin duck holds NYC in its spellQuackarazzi: A brightly colored Mandarin duck is holding New York City in its spell, with pink, purple, orange and emerald green colors one admirer called a "living box of crayons."
The Associated Press3 days ago
Walking figures depicting late US rock and roll legend Elvis Presley appear on a traffic light switching from green to red in Friedberg near Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018. Presley served in Friedberg from October 1958 to March 1960 as a soldier in the US Armed Forces.( AP Photo/Michael Probst)
It's now or never pedestrians: German town has Elvis lightsKeep your blue suede shoes behind the curb: the German town where Elvis Presley was stationed as a soldier in the 1950s has installed three pedestrian lights with images of the American rock icon
The Associated Press3 days ago
FILE - This July 26, 2018 file image taken from video released by Cal Fire shows a fire tornado over Lake Keswick Estates near Redding, Calif. A new study says a rare fire tornado that raged during the deadly wildfire this summer in Northern California was created by a combination of scorching weather, erratic winds and an ice-topped cloud that towered miles into the atmosphere. The study announce Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, in the Geophysical Research Letters journal used satellite and radar data to suggest how a monstrous "firenado" the size of three football fields developed on July 26. (Cal Fire via AP, File)
New study explains creation of deadly California 'firenado'A new study says a rare fire tornado that raged during the deadly Carr Fire in Northern California was created by a combination of scorching weather, erratic winds and an ice-topped cloud that towered miles into the atmosphere
The Associated Press4 days ago
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