A woman at a county fair in Southern California died after falling from an attraction that normally has participants jump onto a giant cushion, authorities said on Friday.
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A 15-month old Chocolate Staffie mix was found with black electrical tape wound around her muzzle in North Charleston, South Carolina.
It’s as if Thor himself decided to visit this church in Maine. Warning: it gets surprisingly loud.
If you grew up anywhere in Nevada, chances are you remember some, if not all, the lyrics of “Home Means Nevada” from elementary school. You probably also remember a lot of the state’s symbols.
A University of Washington fraternity has been ordered to suspend social activities at its off-campus house in Seattle after a female student reported she was raped there during an unauthorized party in which alcoholic beverages were served, officials said on Thursday.
Police body camera footage published online by a rights group on Thursday showed two California officers wrestling to the ground a black woman who was eight months pregnant, and arresting her following a dispute with another woman.
Dallas Police are searching for the man who assaulted and tried to abduct a Roosevelt High School student as she walked to school Tuesday morning.
A bicyclist was shocked to find a casket on the side of a bike trail in southwest Houston after the weekend’s flooding.
While a family in another vehicle sat and enjoyed the show, a passing car didn’t have the same patience and chose to drive through the path of two head butting rams.
The ferocious Blanco River surged into the Perez family’s vacation home, blowing the door off its frame. The torrent of brown water filled the Texas house, creating a whirlpool of chairs and tables.
A 21-year-old Vermont woman was briefly hospitalized after being bitten by a black widow spider from a bag of grapes purchased at a Shaw’s grocery store.
A yacht the size of two football fields is hitting the market, complete with nine decks and two helicopter pads.
You can crash someone’s iPhone with a mere text message. A nasty computer bug in Apple’s iOS allows anyone who sends an iPhone a certain text message — with specific Latin and Arabic characters — to shut it down.
A Florida community college under fire for allowing female sonography students to perform vaginal probes on one another as part of their class instruction said it will cease the practice for good.
Cars parked on grave-sites and dogs urinating on tombstones. Those are the things an angry Facebook post called out at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery over Memorial Day weekend. The bad behavior by visitors is starting to get a lot of attention.
Kids are organizing pencils as a makeshift, yes-no oujia board to summon a “Mexican demon” where questions are asked and “he” replies by moving the pencils.
Is it selfie-ish to make a profit off of strangers’ Instagram photos? Richard Prince did just that, and it’s drawing a lot of negative reaction.
A large crowd stands by as a teenage girl — beaten and bloodied — writhes on the ground, her body engulfed in flames. “Add gasoline,” someone shouts.
Police in Papua New Guinea vowed to find the men who axed to death a woman accused of using witchcraft to spark a measles outbreak in the country’s remote jungle highlands, a missionary said on Wednesday after meeting authorities.
The Las Vegas skyline doesn’t even break the top 40 as one of the best, according to a ranking by Emporis, an international building database.
While pierogies, pepperoni, catfish and crab are unusually popular in certain U.S. states, Nevadans are unusually obsessed with something a little different.
A California-based clothing company said it will no longer sell a T-shirt emblazoned with an upside-down American flag following a barrage of criticism on social media that the item was disrespectful and unpatriotic.
About a year ago, a man found himself in the path of extreme wind in Iceland and tried to have a little drink of water. Well, he fails. And it’s hilarious.
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