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Pacific cruise liner brawl sends guests fleeing to cabinsA South Pacific cruise was interrupted by brawls apparently caused by a 23-member family who threw punches at other passengers, some of whom locked themselves in cabins to escape days of violence
The Associated Press1 day ago
German police rescue men tangled up with mannequin, toy carPolice in western Germany have freed two men who became entangled with a mannequin and a large, remote controlled car
The Associated Press1 day ago
In this photo provided by the San Francisco Fire Department, firefighter and paramedic Art Julaton poses with a pair of dog's that he helped rescue from a cliff, Friday, Feb. 16, 2018, in San Francisco. It's usually cats in trees that need a firefighter's help but not Friday, when two dogs were rescued by San Francisco firefighters after sliding halfway down a cliff. San Francisco Fire Department spokesman Lt. Jonathan Baxter says pair of dogs got stuck on a cliff at Fort Funston and that a 14-member crew helped in their rescue. (San Francisco Fire Department via AP)
San Francisco firefighters rescue 2 dogs from cliffIt's usually cats in trees that need a firefighter's help but not Friday, when two dogs were rescued by San Francisco firefighters after sliding halfway down a cliff
The Associated Press2 days ago
Maryland Del. Antonio Hayes, a Baltimore Democrat, talks about his bill to change the official state song in the Maryland House of Delegates on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018, in Annapolis, Md. His proposal is one of several under consideration this year to wipe "Northern scum" and other sensitive pre-Civil War phrases out of the official state song. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)
Is Maryland ready to rid 'Northern scum' from state song?Some Maryland lawmakers think the time is right to finally wipe "Northern scum," and other sensitive pre-Civil War phrases out of the official state song
The Associated Press2 days ago
Dozen day care workers say parent's cookies made them highThe director of a Maine day care says about dozen staff members reported feeling high after eating cookies dropped off by a parent as a Valentine's Day treat
The Associated Press2 days ago
Jake Adams, Senior Preparator in the Exhibition Department of the American Museum of Natural History, in New York, assembles "fishnado," a part of the museum's upcoming "Unseen Oceans" exhibition, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. The installation is made up of hundreds of models of the marine species that exhibit biofluorescence, or the ability to absorb blue light and re-emit it in neon greens, reds, and oranges.(AP Photo/Richard Drew)
'Unseen' museum exhibit to depict glow-in-the-dark creaturesFeel as though you're in the dark when it comes to the underwater world? New York's American Museum of Natural History working on floor-to-ceiling installation depicting species that glow
The Associated Press2 days ago
Cars are seen in the rubble a day after a sinkhole opened up in a Rome neighborhood engulfing the parked cars, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. The hole, which opened up next to a construction site, caused no injuries but two buildings nearby were evacuated as a precaution. (Massimo Percossi/ANSA via AP)
Huge sinkhole on Rome street swallows half-dozen carsProsecutors have opened an investigation into a 10-meter (30-foot) -wide sinkhole that swallowed up a half-dozen cars on a residential street in Rome
The Associated Press3 days ago
Pennsylvania man the 7th teen to enter Kansas governor raceThe field of teenage candidates running for Kansas governor has grown to seven, and the latest contender isn't even from the state
The Associated Press3 days ago
NYC woman stood up by mystery man described in huge muralIt wasn't meant to be for a New York City woman seeking a mystery missed connection via a 20-foot mural asking him to meet her on Valentine's Day
The Associated Press3 days ago
In this Feb. 13, 2018 photo provided by the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department in Sacramento, Calif., via the New York State Police, Constantinos (Danny) Filippidis is shown. Filippidis, who went missing while skiing in Lake Placid, N.Y., on Feb. 7, 2018, was found at a California airport six days later. The 49-year-old captain with Toronto Fire Services told police he did not recall the circumstances of his departure from New York, but recollected traveling to Sacramento in a big rig truck. (Sacramento County Sheriff's Department)
Skier lost in New York doesn't know how he got to CaliforniaIt's still not clear how a 49-year-old skier whose disappearance sparked massive search on a snowy Adirondack mountainside showed up a week later in California, confused and in ski clothes
The Associated Press4 days ago
In this photo taken Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, and provided by the Wasatch County Sheriff's Office is a research helicopter that was brought down by a leaping elk in the mountains of eastern Utah. Wasatch County authorities say the elk jumped into the chopper's tail rotor as the craft flew low, trying to capture the animal with a net. The two people on board weren't seriously hurt, but wildlife officials say the elk died of its injuries. The state-contracted Australian crew had been trying to capture and sedate the elk so they could collar it and research its movements about 90 miles east of Salt Lake City. (Jared Rigby/Wasatch County Sheriff's Office via AP)
After elk crashes copter, some question wildlife chopper useThe case of an elk that died after it leaped in the air and brought down a low-flying research helicopter is highlighting the use of aircraft in wildlife monitoring
The Associated Press4 days ago
Rampaging bull leads to high school lockdown in IdahoA high school in southeast Idaho was placed on lockdown after a bull escaped an auction yard and stormed by campus
The Associated Press4 days ago
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