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A man named Vladimir Putin was arrested last Sunday for trespassing and resisting arrest after refusing to leave a Publix in West Palm Beach.
Shaun Miller wasn't arrested until an alert officer noticed something suspicious about his eyes — and the $10,000 he had on him.
Coach Jeff Fisher's Rams have been nomadic since relocating to Los Angeles this spring.
Somewhere between Vienna and Greece, a chorus started crooning and Nathaly Eiche's boyfriend sunk on to one knee.
A 55-year-old New Jersey man died this week. That much is fact. But due to dueling obituaries for him, the rest is a little murky.
Philadelphia's Department of Licenses and Inspections issued a statement saying the city won't issue permits for block party dumpster pools.
A huge Pokemon statue that mysteriously appeared in a New Orleans square is drawing crowds. WDSU's Susan Isaacs reports.
They say true loves waits — and one man who went looking for it online seemingly took that to heart.
The behavior of the female elephant was "abnormal" and needs to be understood, a veterinarian at Morocco's Zoological Garden of Rabat said.
A Florida man who was arrested after police officers mistook Krispy Kreme doughnut glaze for crystal meth has been cleared.
You read that right: a Batarang. As in, one of Batman's boomerangs.
A suspect wearing a wolf mask robbed a Fifth Third Bank branch at gunpoint Friday in DeKalb, Illinois.
While not an official holiday, National Junk Food Day is an excuse to munch on some chips and candy today.
Strippers dressed as cops are a tale as old as time, which could explain why revelers at a birthday party got a bit confused when officers showed up.
Alfred the swan has been causing a stir in the German town of Essen Kettwig.
As the summer sun is heating up in Louisiana, one community is stripping down. WDSU's Heath Allen reports.
Tired of waiting for Google to arrive, the Faroe Islands tourist board sent out sheep with 360 degree cameras to map the area.
Adventurer Fedor Konyukhov took off from Australia Monday in a bid to beat the record time — 13 days — for a solo balloon flight around the world.
You may never look at these rotten rodents the same way.
Police found 35 bricks of high-grade cocaine inside the 881-pound sculpture.