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CORRECTS TO CLARIFY THAT CREW IS NOT PART OF JENNY LEE SPORTFISHING AND THAT THIS WON’T BE A STATE RECORD - In this Saturday, July 22, 2017, photo provided by Jenny Lee Sportfishing, from left, Mark Miccio, Mark Miccio, Matt Miccio and Steve Miccio pose for a photo with a 926-pound Mako shark that they helped catch at Hoffmann Marina in Brielle, N.J. State environmental officials said Tuesday, July 25, that the catch won’t be recognized as a state record because more than one angler helped catch it. (Jenny Lee Sportfishing via AP)
926-pound shark won't be recognized as New Jersey's recordA 926-pound Mako shark caught off the New Jersey coast won't be recognized as a state record because more than one angler helped catch it
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This undated photo, shows the traditional butter cow and calf that are now accompanied by four young student-athletes and a larger-than-life bottle of the official beverage that fuels them, chocolate milk. (American Dairy Association Mideast via AP)
Ohio fair butter sculpture features athletes, chocolate milkA butter sculpture at this year's Ohio State Fair includes the traditional cow and calf along with four student-athletes and a 6-foot-tall bottle colored with cocoa to look like chocolate milk
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Long-lost class ring found after 52 yearsFifty-two years after losing his high school ring shortly after graduation, a man has gotten it back
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8 Indiana siblings rack up 448 years of combined marriageSeven siblings who grew up in southwestern Indiana are celebrating the longevity and commitment that's allowed them to remain married for more than 50 years
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Philadelphia-area transit agency deals with station spidersThe Philadelphia area's transit agency is dealing with a spider problem at one station in the city
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Woman gets kidney donation from stranger-turned-friendA Massachusetts woman has a new outlook on life after receiving a kidney donation from a complete stranger
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This undated photo provided by the Multnomah County Sheriff's office shows Jason Blomgren. Federal supervision officers have cited concerns that Blomgren, who pleaded guilty last year to conspiring to impede federal employees from carrying out their work at Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, has been using opiates, which would be a violation of his release conditions, based on a positive result for morphine on a May, 2017, urinalysis test. Blomgren's defense lawyer and investigator argue, based on an outside expert's opinion and review of the test results, that eating an everything bagel with poppy seeds for breakfast every day could not be ruled out as the source of the morphine results. (Multnomah County Sheriff's Office via AP, File)
Attorney: Client ate 'everything' bagel, did not take drugsAttorney for a man who pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in the takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge says his client failed a drug test because he was eating 'everything' bagel with poppy seeds for breakfast every morning, not taking drugs
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City using goats to tame vegetation at closed landfillA New Hampshire city has turned to a herd of hungry goats to tame the vegetation at its closed landfill
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Police: Men arrested trying to buy drugs at police stationPolice say two men have been arrested after they tried to buy drugs from an officer at a Connecticut police station
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Marijuana business offers weed for weeds on cleanup dayA medical marijuana businessman in Maine is offering weed for weeds in a program to encourage Gardiner residents to clean up their city
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FILE - In a May 29, 2016 file photo, Stubbs, the honorary feline mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska, walks out of the West Rib Bar and Grill in Talkeetna. Stubbs was found dead by his owners Friday, July 21, 2017, at the age of 20. Talkeetna, a town with a population of about 900, elected the yellow cat mayor in a write-in campaign in 1998. There is no human mayor in the town. (AP Photo/Mark Thiessen, File)
He was purrfect: Honorary cat mayor in Alaska town diesStubbs, the honorary feline mayor of the Alaska town of Talkeetna, has died at the age of 20
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In this photo provided by DC Fire and EMS, emergency personnel respond to a call from a man who was stuck in a trash chute, early Sunday, July 23, 2017, in Washington. Spokesman Vito Maggiolo says the man was throwing out trash at the apartment building when he thought he dropped a cellphone in the chute. Maggiolo says the man leaned in to check and fell inside. (Vito Maggiolo/DC Fire and EMS Department via AP)
That stinks! Man seeking dropped phone falls in trash chuteThat stinks! Man seeking dropped cellphone tumbles into an apartment building trash chute, but is rescued by firefighters who supply him with fresh air
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