A 4-year-old girl has grabbed her purple raincoat, slipped out of her house at 3 a.m. and hopped a Philadelphia bus in search of a snack.
A loose police horse conducted an unscheduled patrol through downtown Cleveland before officers recaptured it.
A Pennsylvania man recovering from surgery has won $7 million off a lottery ticket tucked into his get-well card.
Nebraska lawmakers will have to watch the NCAA basketball tournament after work.
State police in Pennsylvania say a trespassing suspect used his own credit card to jimmy open a garage door, then left it behind when the homeowner suddenly appeared and startled him.
A Maine man who'd been wanted by police for several weeks made a couple of critical mistakes that led to his capture — he sent out social media messages pinpointing his location.
A Pennsylvania man who skipped out on jury duty 11 times in the last two years has been arrested inside a courthouse while seeking relief from a child support ruling.
A cow in Northeast Texas has apparently defied great odds and given birth to four calves that have been named Eeny, Meeny, Miny and Moo.
A bee attack during a baseball game in St. George forced players and spectators to flee and sent one man to the hospital.
Don't worry; it's not the third installment of "Speed," but an installation from renowned artist Richard Wilson.
A supertide turned France's famed Mont Saint-Michel into an island on Saturday and then retreated out of sight, delighting thousands of visitors who came to see the rare phenomenon.
The Avian Propagation Center at the San Diego Zoo has two new residents, a pair of Dalmatian pelicans that are only a few days old. The pair arrived at the zoo from the San Diego Zoo Safari Park after their parents were unable to raise them upon hatching.
After a fourteen year closure the world's most dangerous footpath will open to the public once again this Easter.
It's the last terrestrial tourism frontier that nature lovers, adventurers and explorers are rushing to visit. This tourist season, which runs November through March, more than 37,000 people are expected to visit the coldest continent on Earth, about 10 percent more than last season.