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Animal cruelty investigators responding to reports of pets left outside in cold

By Jonathan Martinez / Sgt. Darlene Chandler with Harris County Precinct 1 Animal Cruelty Unit and investigators with the Houston SPCA spent Wednesday responding...

From toilet paper to coffee, here are some of the products that could soon...

The Suez Canal blockage is adding to a host of supply-chain issues. The logjam could affect the availability of numerous imports, including toilet paper and coffee.

CHILLING MESSAGE: Schoolgirl, 11, writes ‘help… robbers!’ on wall during Zoom class after being...

Fearful for her life, an 11-year-old Asian-American girl scrawled 'help...robbers!!' on the wall of a bathroom after being locked inside by intruders who had broken into her family's San Francisco home and stripped it of valuables.

Police: Goat ‘arrested’ after report of break-in

Police in eastern North Carolina say they’ve “arrested” a goat after they got a call reporting an attempted break-in.

A 14-month stay at the Clark County Detention Center left one man, whose charges...

A 14-month stay at the Clark County Detention Center left one man, whose charges were later dismissed, with a $4,000 bill.

Mother, son stole $500K, car and Florida home from her 93-year-old uncle while he...

A 93-year-old man was left “penniless” after police say his niece and her son forged documents and stole his Hialeah home and cash valued at $500,000, the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office announced Friday.

Anger And Fear As Asian American Seniors Targeted In Bay Area Attacks

Violent attacks on elderly Asian Americans in Bay Area leaves community members 'traumatized'

Hundreds of maskless revelers take to the streets in Mississippi after mask mandate is...

Hundred of people took to the streets of Mississippi without a mask in sight on Friday night after the state lifted their COVID 19 restrictions on March 3. Oxford, home of Ole Miss, saw people out in full force, eating at restaurants and shopping at stores like the coronavirus pandemic was a distant memory - rather than a virus that has killed more than half a million people and infects tens of thousands on a daily basis.

Louisiana man indicted for attempted murder of gay man, intended to keep parts of...

A federal indictment details a dark scheme allegedly planned by a Louisiana teen to “kidnap and murder gay men whom he met online.”

South Pacific Islanders Mourn For Their God: How Residents Of Yaoh-nanen Worshipped Prince Philip...

He might have only been a prince in the Commonwealth, but in Vanuatu, he was a god.

School of Rock child star Kevin Clark dead at 32: Actor fatally hit by...

School of Rock actor Kevin Clark has tragically died in a motorist accident, after he was fatally struck by a car while riding his bicycle in Chicago on Wednesday morning.

Woman baffled by bizarre find on beach during holiday

Mantana Dao Pibul was playing on the beach during a getaway when she found the unusual mineral in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, Thailand, on February 22.

Man throws severed head at voting station in Mexico, authorities find hands

uenes A man lobbed a severed human head at a voting station in the border city of Tijuana on Sunday and plastic bags filled with body parts were found nearby, local authorities said, as Mexicans voted across the country in midterm elections.

Will Pepe Le Pew be canceled after Dr. Seuss? New York Times columnist claims...

A columnist for The New York Times has published an op-ed that claims the Looney Tunes French skunk Pepe Le Pew 'normalized rape culture.'

Pigs can be trained to use computer joysticks, say researchers

Study found pigs were able to move a cursor to hit a wall on a screen and earn a treat.