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“I thought it just nicked me. I looked down. I couldn’t see anything,” Bergeson said in an interview Tuesday.
The owners of the tortoises identified them and they are now happily at home again.
A lawsuit claims a suburban Philadelphia woman got an extra topping on her Chick-fil-A sandwich: a dead rodent.
Amazon says it is taking action against potentially counterfeit solar eclipse glasses.
A couple is hospitalized after propane grill explodes inside their SUV.
Florida middle school halts PTSA promotion offering “VIP Lunch Line Passes” allowing students to cut to the front of the line.
Fire crews used water and soap to rescue a stuck puppy from the tire.
Many people have written KSN News or posted on Facebook sharing arrest video showing an officer punching suspect.
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Police in Austin have released surveillance video showing a car plunging seven stories from a downtown parking garage.
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