A U.S. Navy veteran is suing the U.S. government and the National Park Service after a 16-pound pine cone fell on his head and allegedly crushed his skull.
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A Connecticut jury on Tuesday slapped down a lawsuit filed by a New York woman who sued her 12-year-old nephew for injuries she contends resulted from the boy's "exuberant" greeting at a party on his eighth birthday.
A Massachusetts firefighter has been arrested after he assaulted a homeless man who took too long to order his food at a restaurant, police say.
It’s been four years since “Parks and Recreation’s” “treat yo’ self” episode — and to celebrate, you should definitely treat yourself.
In the spirit of cranberry season, Gopher Aerial used a drone to film breathtaking, aerial footage of a 320-acre Wisconsin cranberry farm as they harvest their 2015 crop.
The Baltimore Police Department said it is investigating a video that purportedly shows a police officer spitting on a handcuffed suspect.
A Wisconsin mother was arrested after leaving her bawling toddler locked in her vehicle while she went into a casino to gamble, police said on Tuesday.
A Kansas City police officer says he was denied service at an Independence restaurant because he had a gun.
To help zombie-obsessed fans assess their chance of survival, a new analysis has put together a county-level index of survivability, should an actual zombie apocalypse actually plague the country.
A Florida woman was arrested and charged with driving under the influence Saturday night after she live streamed herself driving drunk on Periscope.
Nevada can be known as one of the largest melting pots in the United States, thanks largely in part to over 500,000 foreign immigrants entering the state since 2009, according to studies from the U.S Census Bureau and the Pew Research Center.
Police in Ontario, Calif., are investigating the circumstances surrounding a decomposing body found in a motel room and a man who was apparently living with it.
An Oregon school district will review its dress code after a teenage student was sent home for wearing a T-shirt displaying a rifle in tribute to fallen soldiers, school officials said on Monday.
Columbus Day, observed across most of the United States on the second Monday of October, became a federal holiday in 1937, but many are unfamiliar with the true tale of Christopher Columbus.
A Montana man had a brush with danger while attempting to film a den of rattlesnakes with his GoPro camera.
After her front yard caused a national stir due to outrage in her neighborhood over her controversial Halloween decorations, Vicki Barrett's front yard now sits empty after her she decided to take down the display.
Three drifters — two men and a woman — arrested as suspects in last week's killing of a yoga teacher on a hiking trail also will be charged in the shooting death of a Canadian woman in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park recently, authorities said.
From Greg Maddux to Andre Agassi, many of the world’s renowned athletes were born in the Las Vegas valley. But while some of Vegas’ best have hung up their uniforms for good, here’s a look at the this year’s top-performing valley-born athletes.
The Los Angeles Unified School District has temporarily suspended all commercial filming at its campuses in the wake of the discovery of a porno shootat a high school in 2011.
This week an almost morbid Instagram account made the rounds highlighting, well, as the name says, sad topographies. Las Vegas has a few of its own oddly named spots.
Dubbed as one of Nevada's oldest businesses, the first Silver State brothels date back to the early 1800s. How much do you know about brothels in Nevada?
Students at UCLA filled the university chancellor's office Thursday in response to a Kanye West-themed fraternity party they said was offensive, the Los Angeles Times reported.
A 25-year-old former beauty queen was charged in Southern California on Friday with distributing pornographic photos of a 4-year-old girl who is her relative, prosecutors said.
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