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Aggressive turkey terrorizes University of Michigan
The University of Michigan Police Department is hunting an aggressive turkey who has apparently been terrorizing the school's campus.
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Impaled cyclist rides 20 miles to hospital
A mountain biker in New Mexico who was impaled in the neck by a tree branch managed to ride 20 miles to the nearest hospital, despite having the nearly inch-wide branch sticking out of his neck.
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Cat found alive aboard sunken boat pulled from Lake Havasu
A trapped, hungry, wet and scared cat is now safe after she was found tucked away in a sunken boat pulled from Lake Havasu.
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Man drives off with $150K in cash
Police say a man drove off with a bag filled with $150,000 in cash after two employees who were replenishing ATM machines mistakenly left it on a lawn in northern New Jersey.
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Mom of decapitated woman says she feels sorry for suspect
A Phoenix mom feels sorry for her son-in-law, a man she says has a long history of mental illness and who is facing charges related to her daughter's death.
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Woman wakes up after being declared dead
Prosecutors in Germany have charged a doctor with negligent bodily harm for declaring a 92-year-old woman dead, only for her to awaken again in a refrigerated room at a funeral home.
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Get the waffles! Maple syrup spill on New Hampshire highway
The only thing missing was the waffles.
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Police identify man whose legs were found in Connecticut
Connecticut authorities say severed legs found in New Haven this month were from a homeless man, but testing on two severed arms found nearby continues.
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Police say man reached speeds of 120 mph with baby in car
An Allentown man faces charges of fleeing police and child endangerment after police say he led them on a seven-mile chase that reached speeds of more than 120 mph, with an 8-month-old baby in the vehicle.
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French Scrabble champion doesn't speak French
Nigel Richards from New Zealand won the French-language Scrabble world championship despite not being able to speak French.
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California woman offers home as prize in dessert contest
An Antioch woman is offering a sweet deal on her 1906 Craftsman home in Jackson. She's trading it for a great dessert.
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Police: Passed out dad also put drugs in 2-year-old's cereal
An eastern Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges that he put prescription anti-anxiety medicine in his 2-year-old daughter's cereal bowl after first snorting the drug and passing out from it.
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Police: Gunshot victim dropped off at Florida Wal-Mart
Police say a shooting victim was apparently taken by a friend to a South Florida Wal-Mart instead of a hospital and left outside the store.
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Cops: Mom under influence at doughnut drive-thru with son, 2
An eastern Pennsylvania woman has been jailed on charges she was under the influence of an anti-anxiety drug at a Dunkin' Donuts drive-thru with her 2-year-old son in the car.
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Becoming a dad? Expect to gain 3 to 5 pounds, study suggests
A new study suggests that fatherhood often comes with a weight gain of 3 to 5 pounds.
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Sunbathers banned on French Riviera beach for Saudi king
The likely visit of Saudi Arabia's king to his family's French Riviera mansion has stirred the ire of beachgoers who will be banned from a stretch of sand.
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Portland diner owner defends yelling at crying 2-year-old
The owner of a Portland diner is defending her actions and comments she made on social media after yelling at a 2-year-old child for crying in her restaurant.
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'Say 2016!' Sisters snag selfies with presidential hopefuls
Addy and Emma Nozell aren't the first New Hampshire residents to collect photos of themselves with as many presidential candidates as possible. But the in the age of selfies and social media, the Merrimack sisters are attracting a lot of attention, so much so that candidates now arrive in the state ready for their close-ups with the teens.
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Searching for ET: Hawking to look for extraterrestrial life
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking and Russian tech entrepreneur Yuri Milner are pushing the search for extraterrestrial life into higher gear.
Man tries to cook his girlfriend
A man has been arrested after he reportedly doused his girlfriend in ...
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Police: Man trespassed naked, drunk to hang out with pigs
Police have charged a man with trespassing, public drunkenness and indecent exposure after he was caught on a neighbor's Pennsylvania farm in the nude, drinking beer among pigs.
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Man accused of lighting ex's teddy bear on fire
A 25-year-old man has been accused of starting a fire at his ex-girlfriend's Memphis home by dousing a teddy bear with lighter fluid and threatening the woman's family.
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Polish cow on the run for 2 years is finally caught
Matylda finally moo'ved back home.
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Paltrow teaches blog followers to yawn
Gwyneth Paltrow has written a bizarre article on her lifestyle blog giving readers a step-by-step guide in how to yawn properly.
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Cat rescued from engine of pickup truck has new home
A cat rescued from the engine of a pickup truck after a 28-mile ride from Pennsylvania to New Jersey now has a new home.
Commuters walk past falconer Mark Bigwood as he stands with his Harris Hawk named Elektra while patrolling St. Pancras Station on March 3, 2008 in London, England. The predator hawks are being used at St Pancras station to scare off unwanted pigeons. (Daniel Berehulak, Getty Images)
Laser eye surgery called success for New Hampshire falcon
A second round of surgery means 'Banner' the falcon might fly again someday.
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Police seek help after nut theft, post mug shot of squirrel
Police in suburban Detroit are having a little fun while asking for help from the public in figuring out who swiped roughly 28,000 pounds of packaged nuts.
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Woman arrested after calling 911 with Chinese food complaint
A northeast Ohio woman has been arrested after police say she called 911 to complain about an order of Chinese food.
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Police: Man breaks into Berlin restaurant, drinks Tabasco
A man is in hot water after allegedly stealing a bicycle, pitching it through a Berlin restaurant window, then entering and quaffing half a bottle of Tabasco sauce — telling authorities he was thirsty.
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Oreos get thin, going for 'sophisticated' air
Oreos are getting a skinny new look, and its maker says the new cookie is a "sophisticated" snack for grown-ups that isn't meant to be twisted or dunked.
These grandparents can't quite piece together the baby announcement clues
A local family tried to announce their pregnancy to their parents in a clever way, but their clues ended up a little too subtle for the four soon-to-be grandparents.
General Mills removing artificial flavoring and colors from cereals 
With all the access to information, these days consumers are becoming savvier about what they eat and where it comes from.
'Satan was the first to demand equal rights' says Va. church sign 
A church sign is causing controversy in Chesapeake, Virginia. It has people fired up and scratching their heads at the same time. In front of Taylor Road Baptist Church, the sign reads, "Remember, Satan was the first to demand equal rights." It had drivers along busy Taylor Road doing a double take. "When I drove by it, I wasn't sure I read it right. So, I did a u-turn," says Terri Young, who lives a few miles away. "I was frustrated and angry at the same time." The thought behind the statement is a reference to a passage from the Bible: Isaiah 14:12-17. But it's the words on the sign that have some nearby residents and commuters confused - Satan and equal rights. "Well, what group are they talking about? Are they talking about the gay community? Are they talking about minorities? Are they talking about women?" Young asks.
Study says cat videos boost energy, improve emotional health
If you love blowing off steam by watching those hilarious cat videos online you don't have to feel guilty about it.
Family receives death threats after Batman-themed photoshoot on train tracks 
A Wisconsin couple is shocked by the responses to pictures they posted online.
Documents found at Osama Bin Laden's compound released 
Four years after a U.S. military raid took his life, we are getting our closest look yet into the mind of Osama Bin Laden.
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Video Vault | Jimmy Chagra, Part 1: Gambler and Drug-Smuggler 
Jimmy Chagra was based out of his hometown of El Paso, but loved the Las Vegas lifestyle so much he bought a mansion here. So where did all that gambling money come from?
Pen stabbing delays Southwest flight 
Flight rage got real on a flight from Chicago to New Hampshire when a passenger who fell asleep before the plane left midway airport was stabbed repeatedly with a pen by his seat mate.
How does a Candied Bacon Cinnamon Roll Burger sound? 
If you love bacon and cinnamon rolls then this burger is for you!
Mother loses custody of kids after drug-fueled naked twister party 
Georgia mother Rachel Lehnardt has been arrested for allegedly hosting a party for her underage daughter that included drugs, alcohol, and a game of naked twister.
Las Vegas seeks presidential debate action
Las Vegas tourism officials want to host a presidential debate during the 2016 campaign.
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Million-dollar chess tournament coming to Vegas
Las Vegas has been home to many big-money tournaments, but one coming to the Strip next month is the first of its kind.
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Canadian tourist gets more than he bargained for with selfie
A Canadian tourist thought it would be a good idea to get a selfie near some rail tracks near the Inca trail in Peru. But that decision left him scratching his head after the train's conductor went by.
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China Daily: ‘Quality of arable land is worrying’
Pollutants in more than 16 percent of Chinese soil exceed national standards, an official report shows. For arable farmland, the percentage increases to almost 20 percent, which officials have called extremely worrying.
The decor village of Mos Espa is one of Tunisia’s highest cultural heritage sites, and is of high importance to the local economy and global culture
Tunisia trying to save Star Wars Tattoine set from sand erosion
Tunisian officials are reaching out to Star Wars fans to help them save the set of Tatooine from sinking into the desert.
What was Vegas like during WWII? Former Nev. Senator Richard Bryan talks about his experience growing up in the city 
Richard Bryan has a lengthy resume when it comes to serving this city and state as a former Governor, U.S Senator, and Attorney General. This week he shares with News 3 and friend, Sherry Beatty, a personal look at growing-up as a child in Las Vegas during the 1940s.
What's the best frozen pizza? Consumer Reports has the answer 
Americans spent more than $3 billion last year on frozen pizzas, but how tasty are the offerings in our store freezers?
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Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?
Coconuts are migrational – sort of. They don’t exactly travel back and forth between different climates season by season, but they are quite capable of getting around.



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