A police department in Kentucky announced a joke warrant for Disney’s Queen Elsa of “Frozen”.
A meteor moving at 45,000 mph lit up the sky over western Pennsylvania.
Police say road rage murder victim Tammy Meyers and her son, armed with a handgun, stalked the driver that eventually shot and killed her.
Monkeys at the Lake Superior Zoo are now using iPads to create art and communicate with other animals.
More than 20 years after his death, there is still plenty of news about Dr. Seuss.
St. Louis police shut off dashcam during violent arrest, and now the suspect is using that as evidence in a suit against them.
Kansas City police release surveillance video showing gunman spray a city bus with bullets, injuring a 15-year-old girl.
The woman lost it during a trip to a club, and she used the power of social media to find it.
A Kansas farmer, known for his humorous Youtube videos, was featured on NBC Nightly News.
The shooting ended the Indianapolis Girl Scout’s plans to sell cookies door to door.
The Clearwater Police Department posted a picture on their Facebook page that has received quite a few comments.
Washington authorities find ailing couple living in “filthy” conditions with dozens of dogs after they post a plea for help on Facebook.
A Phoenix man found quite the treasure at a Goodwill store.
Visitors to a go-kart track and other businesses near a Sacramento, California drive-in were shocked to see “Fifty Shades of Grey” visible.
Nearly 100 teens storm Florida movie theater after being denied tickets to “Fifty Shades of Grey”. Adrian Whitsett reports.