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A river flood warning in effect for Brantley County
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Flock of giant California condors trashes woman's home
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Play it again, Sam: Polish city recruits new bugle players
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Mom who gave birth on flight didn't know she was pregnant
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Feds: Man used fraudulent PPP loan to buy alpaca farm
Federal prosecutors say the owner of a Massachusetts pizza parlor lied about the number of employees he had to fraudulently obtain more than $660,000 in federal coronavirus relief funds, then used some of the money to buy an alpaca farm in Vermont.
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Detroit pizza man paints street, tries to save people dough
A Detroit pizzeria owner upset over people getting $150 tickets for unwittingly parking in a handicap zone got a bucket of blue paint and marked the street himself.
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Food of the future? EU nations put mealworms on the menu
Dried yellow mealworms could soon be hitting supermarket shelves and restaurants across Europe.
Mystery solved: Beekeeper identifies ‘weird, brown stuff’ falling on Northside
What’s described as “weird, brown stuff” that’s falling on cars and driveways in the Cedarbrook community on Jacksonville’s Northside has left residents scratching their heads. But a beekeeper believes he’s solved the mystery.
Can you help Northside residents solve mystery of ‘weird, brown stuff’ falling on property?
Neighbors in the Cedarbrook community are concerned about unusual brown stuff they said has been falling on their cars and driveways.
Hold on! 240-pound fish, age 100, caught in Detroit River
This fish probably has a few fish stories.
Prototype of 1st US dollar coins auctioned for $840,000
Officials say a piece of copper that was struck by the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia in 1794 and was a prototype for the fledgling nation’s money was auctioned off for $840,000, considerably more than expected.
Passenger survives being hit in the head by flying turtle
It’s not unusual for rocks and other debris to crash through a windshield and injure a driver or passenger — but a turtle.
Prototype of first US dollar coins going up for auction
A piece of copper that was struck by the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia in 1794 and was a prototype for the fledgling nation’s money will go up for auction Friday.
Georgia Tech structure certified as 'living building'
Georgia Tech is announcing that its $25 million Kendeda Building has won certification as the 28th “living building” worldwide.
Retired Ohio sheriff and tiny K-9 partner die the same day
A retired Ohio county sheriff from outside Cleveland and his tiny K-9 partner were inseparable.
Lawmakers fighting like cats and dogs? Not over this bill
Nine lives notwithstanding, killing a cat in a hit-and-run soon could become illegal in New Hampshire.
Sydney man finds snake in lettuce bought at supermarket
Alex White thought he was watching a huge worm writhing in plastic-wrapped lettuce he’d just brought home from the supermarket — until a snake tongue flicked.
California Gold Rush town to remove noose from city logo
The California Gold Rush town of Placerville will change its logo to remove a noose that is a reminder of its mid-19th century reputation as “Hangtown” following lynchings of criminal suspects by mobs of miners.
Bunny snatched: Record-holding giant rabbit stolen in UK
British police say one of the world’s biggest bunnies has been stolen from its home in central England.
Fore, dad! McIlroy sends errant Masters shot off his father
Rory McIlroy hit his approach on the seventh hole Thursday at the Masters right where he was aiming.
Discarded masks litter beaches worldwide, threaten sea life
Discarded masks and gloves worn by people to protect against the coronavirus pandemic are turning up on beaches around the world.
Same dad, two babies: Zoo Miami presents newborn giraffes
A male giraffe has been doing his part to promote Zoo Miami’s breeding program, with two of his long-legged babies born in the last few days.
A paper cowboy rides out his quarantine in Australian hotel
By Day 3 of being confined to his Brisbane hotel room for quarantine, David Marriott was getting bored.
Man, a steal! Rare Superman comic sells for record $3.25M
One of the few copies of the comic book that introduced Superman to the world has sold for a super-sized, record-setting price.
One of country's largest sugar maples removed for safety
A sugar maple tree in New Hampshire that is considered one of the largest in the country has been cut down for safety reasons.
Unique 4/3/21 date draws lines for Vegas wedding licenses
Soon-to-be newlyweds lined up out the door of the marriage license office in Las Vegas ahead of a unique date to tie the knot: 4/3/21.
Coin firm pays it forward after Georgia man paid in pennies
A global company has stepped in to solve quite a “coinundrum” for a Georgia man.
Looking for love? Ferris wheel speed dating event comes to Clay County Fair
Tired of swiping? Ferris wheel speed dating is creating buzz at the Clay County Fair.
International Have Fun At Work Day: News4Jax celebrates with water balloon fight
Thursday April 1 is International Fun at Work Day.
Plaintiff loses after lawyer refuses to wear mask in court
A woman has lost her personal injury lawsuit after her lawyer refused to wear a mask in court and the Brooklyn judge threw out the case.
NASA gives all clear: Earth safe from asteroid for 100 years
NASA has given Earth the all clear for the next century from a particularly menacing asteroid.
Steak-out: Rhode Island's runaway steer has been recaptured
A 1,500-pound steer that has been on the lam for nearly two months after escaping while on the way to a Rhode Island slaughterhouse is back in custody.
Penny dreadful: Georgia man receives final paycheck in coins
A Georgia man says he was given $915 worth of pennies as a form of payment from his previous employer.
Florida woman missing for weeks found naked in storm drain
A South Florida woman is recovering in the hospital after she was found naked and stuck in a storm drain, WPLG-TV reported.
Part of Wright brothers' 1st airplane on NASA's Mars chopper
A piece of the Wright brothers' first airplane is on Mars.
German brewery pairs with bakers to use surplus beer
With restaurants and bars all closed due to pandemic restrictions, a Duesseldorf brewery found itself with 6,000 liters of its copper-colored “Altbier” unsold and nearing its expiry date.
In French woods, rivals take aim at senator's WWI research
Doubts linger more than a century later about the precise location of heroics that won American World War I Sergeant Alvin York a Medal of Honor.
Man arrested after taking daughter into zoo elephant habitat
A father has been arrested on suspicion of child endangerment after he carried his 2-year-old daughter into the elephant habitat at the San Diego Zoo to take a photograph with the animals.
'A moving moment.' Grandma prescribed a post-vaccine hug
For Laura Shaw Frank, seeing her mother hug her daughter for the first time since the onset of the pandemic was a light at the end of the tunnel.
15th century bowl found at yard sale sells for $722,000
A rare 15th century porcelain bowl made in China that somehow turned up at a Connecticut yard sale and sold for just $35 has been auctioned off for nearly $722,000.
Germany bans 'water vitalizer' over radio interference
German authorities have banned the sale and use of a New Age ‘water vitalizer’ device amid concerns that it is interfering with amateur radio signals.
Where's the beef? Runaway steer still roaming Rhode Island
A runaway steer is still roaming the streets of Rhode Island, more than a month after it escaped a slaughterhouse.
Remains of Cold War-era Russian sub seen in film catch fire
The remains of a Cold War-era Russian submarine once seen in a movie starring Harrison Ford caught fire in Providence as workers were using a blowtorch to cut it up for scrap.
First whooping crane hatched at foundation in Wisconsin dies
The first whooping crane hatched at the International Crane Foundation in Wisconsin has died.
Emails: FBI was looking for gold at Pennsylvania dig site
The FBI was looking for an extremely valuable cache of U.S. government gold when agents excavated a remote site in Pennsylvania three years ago this month.
Heads up: Some sea slugs grow new bodies after decapitation
Scientists have discovered that some Japanese sea slugs can grow whole new bodies if their heads are cut off.
Courts wrestle with whether manslaughter is always violent
Once annually, sometimes less, the full federal appeals court in New York meets to confront a perplexing legal question.
Man accused of QAnon vandalism at 'America's Stonehenge'
Police have made an arrest following a 15-month-long investigation into vandalism at a group of rock configurations in New Hampshire called “America’s Stonehenge.”.
Yard sale find turns out to be artifact worth up to $500,000
Talk about your yard sale finds.
Historical remains found during construction reburied in NYC
New York city officials say human remains of early New Yorkers that were discovered during construction in and around Washington Square Park have been reburied inside the park.
Doctor appears in court video call while performing surgery
The Medical Board of California says it will investigate a plastic surgeon who appeared in a videoconference for his traffic violation trial while operating.
NYC steakhouse stunt: A wax Don Draper hanging at the bar
It's a promotion that could be straight out of the “Mad Men” Don Draper playbook.
Pythons, iguanas: Florida restricts some exotic reptiles
Pythons, iguanas, monitor lizards, oh my.
Cat that vanished 15 years ago is reunited with owner
A cat that went astray about 15 years ago has been reunited with its owner.
Mars rover's giant parachute carried secret message
The huge parachute used by NASA's Perseverance rover to land on Mars contained a secret message.
In Israel, mayo provides miracle for endangered turtles
When it comes to saving sea turtles, Israeli rescuers have discovered that mayonnaise is a miracle.
139-year-old house rolls to new San Francisco address
A two-story Victorian house in San Francisco was loaded onto giant dollies and moved Sunday to a location six blocks away.
Thousands of cold-stunned sea turtles being rescued in Texas
People have taken thousands of cold-stunned sea turtles to a convention center in South Texas in hopes of saving them during the unusually chilly weather.
Alaska woman using outhouse attacked by bear, from below
An Alaska woman had the scare of a lifetime last weekend when using an outhouse in the backcountry.
Egypt: Archaeologists unearth ancient beer factory in Abydos
An Egyptian antiquities official says archaeologists have unearthed what could be the world's oldest known beer factory at one of the most prominent archaeological sites of ancient Egypt.