What a cat-astrophe! Authorities in the southwest German town of Walldorf have ordered some cat owners to keep their pets indoors until the end of August to protect a rare bird during its breeding season.
Ken Ritter, Associated Press | Posted May 10 - 8:10 p.m.
Las Vegas is being flooded with lore about organized crime after a second set of human remains emerged within a week from the depths of Lake Mead. The drought-stricken Colorado River reservoir is just a 30-minute drive from the notoriously mob-founded Strip.
Christina Larson, Associated Press | Updated April 29 - 10:38 a.m.
A new study has found that many of the popular stereotypes about the behavior of dogs aren't supported by science. The researchers surveyed more than 18,000 dog owners and analyzed the genomes of about 2,150 of their dogs to look for patterns.
Nick Perry, Associated Press | Posted March 17 - 9:59 p.m.
A New Zealand couple who believed they had dug up the world's largest potato in the garden of their small farm near Hamilton have had their dreams turned to mash after Guinness wrote to say that scientific testing had found it wasn't, in fact, a potato after all.
Midas was born with two sets of ears and a defective jaw due to a genetic mutation, but this has not stopped the 4-month-old Turkish cat from becoming an internet sensation with over 73,000 followers on social media.
William J. Kole, Associated Press | Posted Aug. 19 - 3:49 p.m.
More than three centuries after a Massachusetts woman was wrongly convicted of witchcraft and sentenced to death, she's finally on the verge of being exonerated — thanks to a curious eighth-grade civics class.
David Lidstone's three-decade off-the-grid existence has been challenged in court by a property owner who says he's been squatting for all those years. And to make Lidstone's matters worse, his cabin was burned to the ground Wednesday in a blaze that local authorities are investigating.
Grant Olsen for KSL.com | Posted July 7 - 3:36 p.m.
The steadily rising cost of MLB tickets and concessions can sometimes make it feel as though your hard-earned money is going up in smoke. But it's not every day that you see a fan's wallet literally burst into flames at the ballpark.