Four University of Utah students who police say were caught smoking pot in an igloo are facing possible discipline from campus officials.
Workers at a Mississippi funeral home say they found a man alive and kicking when they opened a body bag.
A doughnut shop chain won't be selling doughnuts at a new Massachusetts location.
Eyewitness News morning weatherman Aaron Perlman was "attacked" by a spider on live television. That moment of TV magic caught the attention of both Fox News and CNN.
Atlanta police are searching for a woman dressed in a Waffle House uniform who walked into a restaurant pretending to be an area manager — and left with about $100 in cash from the register.
A convenience store clerk's mistake has paid off in a big way for a western New York man.
Police say they were called in to restore order in downtown Stockholm after Sweden's public employment service accidentally sent an email invitation for a recruitment event to 61,000 jobseekers instead of 1,000.
The next time you start shaking your finger and shouting "Shame on you!" because your dog chewed up your favorite fuzzy slippers, just remember that no matter how guilty your dog looks, it doesn't know what your rant is about.
California produces 98 percent of the U.S. pistachio crop, with over half of that produced right here in Kern County. In 2012, the pistachio trade brought in nearly $500 million.
Thousands of people visited the Oregon Logging Conference this weekend, higher attendance than the past two years.
The owner of a 1965 Volkswagen Beetle discovered in Detroit nearly 40 years after it was stolen says he never stopped thinking about that car.
A Northern California couple out walking their dog on their Gold Country property stumbled across a modern-day bonanza: $10 million in rare, mint-condition gold coins buried in the shadow of an old tree.
First Joshua Linson knocked out the lights. Then he knocked out Winston-Salem State, ending a basketball game that took three days to complete.
After 19 rounds in a Missouri county's annual spelling bee over the weekend, only two of the 25 contestants who started the competition remained.
A Cincinnati traffic reporter has gained national attention for his dramatic on-air parody of a Disney movie song.