Man Fights For His Life After Contracting Flesh-Eating Bacteria On Kayak TripAn Alabama man is in intensive care after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria while kayaking in the Tennessee River.
Poorly-Timed Flatulence Helps Deputies Sniff Out Suspect Hiding From ArrestA Missouri man wanted for possession of a controlled substance gave his position away to law enforcement officers over the weekend when he passed gas so loudly that it gave up his or her hiding spot, officials said.
Goodwill Store Searching For Family After Finding Purple Heart Medal In Donation BoxA Goodwill store in Arizona is looking for the owner of a Purple Heart medal that was found in the thrift store's donation box last month.
Father Builds Baseball 'Field Of Dreams' In Backyard For 5-Year-Old SonAn Ohio father has transformed his backyard into a "Field of Dreams" but this time the "if you build it he will come" voices did not come from a cornfield, as depicted in the iconic 1989 film.
Confederate Flag Wristbands Handed Out At Swimming Pool Over July 4th WeekendA woman visiting a North Carolina swimming pool over the July 4th weekend said she was shocked when she noticed that the wristband she was wearing had part of the Confederate battle flag printed on it.
Frustrated Mom Revokes Bond, Sends Son Back To JailAn Ohio mom who had bailed out her 22-year-old son after he was charged with involuntary manslaughter now wants her money back.
Man Killed While Shooting Off Fireworks For Neighborhood KidsAn Ohio man lighting fireworks in his front yard for neighborhood kids died early Tuesday when a mortar exploded in his chest, police said.
She Worried Her Son With Autism Would Bother His Seatmate On The Plane. Instead, They Ended Up Travel Buddies.When her 7-year-old son had to fly solo to visit his dad, Alexa Bjornson was a little worried.
What To Drink To Help You SleepWhen winding down you might enjoy sipping a beverage before bedtime, but are there any drinks that could be particularly helpful or harmful for quality sleep?
The New Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough Is EdibleAlthough we’ve been told it’s not good to eat raw cookie dough, it is a guilty pleasure for many people.
'God, Guns, And Freedom': Car Dealership's Fourth Of July Promotion Goes ViralAn auto dealership in rural Alabama is celebrating the Fourth of July by offering a Bible, a gun and an American flag with every vehicle it sells.
Woman Loses $2,000 In Scam That Uses Texts Disguised As Bank AlertsA North Carolina woman says she was recently tricked out of $2,000 in a scam that experts say could happen to just about anybody who has money in a bank.
Social Media Taunt Inspires Locals To Rescue Homeless Working FatherWhat appeared to be a case of social media shaming turned out to be blessing for a Georgia man last week.
KFC Unleashes Cheetos Chicken SandwichIt's a match made in finger-lickin' heaven.
Greek Orthodox Church In U.S. Gets First New Leader In 20 YearsThe Greek Orthodox church of the United States, a far-flung denomination of 1.5-million members, on Saturday installed its first new leader in 20 years — a lifelong European whose top priority is completing construction of a shrine in New York City linked to the Sept. 11 attacks.
'Jackpot': Beachcomber Stumbles Upon Prehistoric TreasureA South Carolina man combing the Myrtle Beach coast with his family on Monday said he found a prehistoric treasure he initially thought was a piece of trash.
Jewelry Store Owner Helps Return Stolen $30,000 Wedding Ring To Owner In AuburnA jewelry store owner in Auburn is being credited for leading police to a stolen wedding ring worth tens of thousands of dollars. 
Grandmother, 75, Holds Car Theft Suspect At Gunpoint Until Deputies ArriveA 75-year-old grandmother in Alabama helped capture a suspect wanted for car theft, holding him at gunpoint Monday until deputies arrived.
Police: Man Admitted Beheading Roommate's Dog As She Moved OutAn Arizona man allegedly beheaded his roommate's dog Saturday night as she was moving out of the Buckeye home that the two shared, according to police.
Smoker Fined $1,174 For Tossing Cigarette Butt Onto RoadA Nevada smoker who was fined more than a thousand dollars for tossing his cigarette onto the side of the road says the punishment doesn't fit the crime.
Richer Countries Have Less Faith In Vaccines, Survey FindsPeople in high-income countries have the lowest confidence in vaccines, with about 20% of those in Europe either disagreeing or being unsure of whether vaccines are safe, according to a new global survey.
One Suspect Arrested, Two More Wanted In 'Horrific' Burning Of DogPolice in New Jersey have arrested a 17-year-old male and have secured warrants for two additional suspects wanted in connection with what they call a "horrific case" of animal cruelty.
Teen Credits Bible, Tracking App For Surviving Car CrashA 17-year-old girl in North Carolina says she survived a car accident in which her car flipped into a ravine, thanks to her Bible and a phone tracking app.
Looking For Bigfoot? Group Suggests Starting Search In Western PennsylvaniaIf you're looking for Bigfoot, you might want to travel to western Pennsylvania where sightings of the legendary Sasquatch have spiked, according to an online organization that tracks the numbers related to the massive creature.
Former 'Mythbuster' Built His Own Bulletproof Iron Man Suit. It Can Fly, Too.Former "Mythbuster" Adam Savage just made the case to replace Tony Stark with his own functional bulletproof, flying Iron Man suit.
Suspect Charged In Fatal Homemade 'Cannon' Explosion Pleads Not GuiltyOne of three Wisconsin men charged with making a homemade "cannon" that exploded, killing a man, pleaded not guilty Tuesday, authorities said.
Valedictorian Rips School Staff And Calls Out Teacher For "Alcoholism" In Graduation SpeechA San Diego high school valedictorian went scorched-earth on school staff during her graduation speech last week, airing her grievances against some faculty members in a highly public fashion. Her fiery remarks later went viral. 
Restaurant Gets Rare Blue Lobster In Shipment, Donates It To AquariumNathan Nickerson III almost couldn't believe his eyes when he saw an unexpected pop of color in his seafood shipment earlier this week.
Alligator Swimming In Texas Lake Knife In Its HeadThe American alligator populates nearly every swamp, lake and river (and occasional kitchen) in the southeastern US. But when Erin Weaver spotted one swimming near her Houston home, she suspected it was the one in danger.