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Saturday, Sep 24, 2016

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Woman flips car when spider falls from rearview mirror

An Oregon driver flipped her car after she was startled by a falling spider
Published: 09/22/16

She ate 7 corncobs and was sick as a dog - but pup recovered

She ate 7 corncobs and was sick as a dog - but this Virginia Beach pup recovered.
Published: 09/22/16

Teen hospitalized after air freshener causes car explosion

A German teenager has suffered serious injuries after accidentally creating an explosion in the family car with air freshener
Published: 09/22/16
God's got mail: Letters arrive at Jerusalem's Western Wall

God's got mail: Letters arrive at Jerusalem's Western Wall

God's got mail: Israel takes letters addressed to God and delivers them to the Western Wall
Published: 09/21/16

For sale: NY mansion of 'Keeping up with the Joneses' fame

A dilapidated New York mansion believed to have inspired the phrase "Keeping up with the Joneses" is for sale
Published: 09/21/16

Call from Barnstaple, UK, stumps police in Barnstable, Mass.

Police in Barnstable, Massachusetts, were stumped when a woman from a nearly identically named town in the United Kingdom called to report a car crash
Published: 09/20/16

Out of the wild: Police chase bear through Alaska city

A young black bear led police on a two-hour chase through the streets of downtown Anchorage, Alaska _ scurrying down sidewalks and across lanes of traffic and even ducking behind a Pizza Hut along the way
Published: 09/20/16

Man who lost phone fleeing cops posts online: Don't call me

Police say a Pennsylvania drug suspect who dropped his cellphone while running away from police took to Facebook to warn his friends not to call that phone number
Published: 09/20/16

Eau de urine: Flower that smells like death will soon bloom

A flower that smells like a cross between a decaying animal and urine is set to bloom later this week at Dartmouth College
Published: 09/19/16

'Lucky' to be alive: Calf with 2 faces born at Kentucky farm

Visitors to a central Kentucky farm may do a double-take when they see the newest addition: a two-faced calf
Published: 09/19/16