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Woman admits digging up dad's grave in search of 'real will'
LANCASTER, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire woman who told police she dug up her father's grave in search of his "real will" but found only vodka and cigarettes has pleaded guilty.
Nats' Scherzer simulates everything, including anthem
VIERA, Fla. (AP) — Max Scherzer was warming up in the bullpen, getting ready to head onto the field to throw his first batting practice session for the Washington Nationals.
Nebraska police find pot inside container labeled 'Not Weed'
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A man in Lincoln, Nebraska, has been cited for possessing pot inside a container that had been slapped with a label reading: "Not Weed."
Toronto police say no criminal intent with tunnel
TORONTO (AP) — Two men built a mysterious tunnel discovered near a Pan Am Games venue in Toronto and there was no criminal intent, police said Monday.
That stinks: Source of bad smell evades Louisville officials
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — There's a bad smell in parts of the Louisville, Kentucky, area but nobody knows where it's coming from.
Joint birthday party for NY couple married 82 years
SPRING VALLEY, N.Y. (AP) — A husband and wife thought to be one of the oldest married couples in New York have celebrated their birthdays — and their combined ages will be 212.
Vermont town could let those ages 16, 17, vote locally
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. (AP) — Residents of Brattleboro, Vermont, will vote on a ballot item that would let 16- and 17-year-olds vote in local elections.
Blind dog rescued after being lost for 2 weeks in the cold
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — A blind dog who wandered away from her Ester, Alaska, home during a cold snap has been reunited with her owner.
New Hampshire lake is Lower 48's only ice runway
Lupita Nyong'o's $150,000 Oscar gown returned by thief via TMZ
The $150,000 Oscar gown worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o that was stolen two days ago was returned on Friday by the thief, who tipped off celebrity news site TMZ.com after learning the pearls on the dress were fake, according to officials and the website. TMZ said the thief took the Calvin Klein dress from Nyong'o's hotel room on Wednesday after finding the door ajar. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Lieutenant Michael White told reporters at a Friday news conference that they received a call around 3 p.m. local time from a media outlet who reported hearing from an anonymous caller that the dress had been returned to the London Hotel. The media source said the thief removed two pearls from the dress and took them to the Garment District in downtown Los Angeles where they were told they were not real, according to White.
Oregon sheriff investigates case of 'stolen' log cabin
By Shelby Sebens PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Sheriff’s deputies in Oregon are investigating the peculiar case of a log cabin that was reported stolen only to be found two days later less than a mile from where it was taken, authorities said Friday. The mystery began earlier this week when a man identifying himself as a co-owner of the vacant cabin, which occupied about 1,400 square feet on a remote lot some 270 miles south of Portland, had been snatched from its foundation. "I’ve seen a lot of scams but I’ve never seen an entire house gone missing," Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah, who has spent 40 years in law enforcement. It had been jacked up and hauled off by a hired logging company, Detective Eric Shepherd said. It turned out, Shepherd said, that one of three individuals claiming to hold title to the cabin had sold the property to a fourth person without informing the putative co-owner who had discovered it missing.
Dude, where's my car: NASCAR machine stolen before race
Dude, where's my race car?
(Reuters) - NASCAR driver Travis Kvapil was left without a ride for this weekend's race after his orange stock car was stolen from a motel parking lot early Friday, forcing him to drop out of the event. Kvapil and other Team Xtreme members were staying at the Drury Inn in suburban Atlanta when they discovered that their truck, 26-foot trailer and the most valuable contents inside - their primary car and a backup engine - had vanished from the parking lot. ...
Debate rages over color of dress photographed in rare light
Maine weighs revoking seat belt law days after 75-car pileup
Seattle woman knocked unconscious in drive-by egg throwing incident
Seattle police searched on Friday for a vandal who hurled an egg at a woman standing outside a local bar, striking her in the head and knocking her unconscious in an apparently random drive-by attack, officials said. The woman had been standing with several friends when someone in a passing truck let loose a volley of eggs early Tuesday, Seattle police said in a news release. An employee of the bar was also struck by an egg but wasn't injured. Experts say injuries from a jolt or strike to the head from items used as projectiles, such as an egg or tennis ball, have been known to cause injuries ranging from mild concussions to severe brain injuries, as well as death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
2 loose llamas lassoed after running amok near Phoenix
Cops: Man abandoned backhoe in big hole he dug in rural road
PRATTSBURG, N.Y. (AP) — New York State Police say they've charged a Rochester man with using excavating equipment to dig a 40-foot-long, 12-foot-deep hole in a rural road in the middle of the night and not telling anyone about it.
Fog machine in art installation prompts false fire alarms
$150K dress worn by Lupita Nyong'o at Oscars reported stolen
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The theft of a $150,000 pearl-covered gown worn by Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars doesn't surprise Hollywood stylists who have personally experienced the seedy side of red carpet fashion.
Authorities in Arizona chase down two llamas on the loose
(Reuters) - Two escaped llamas led authorities in Phoenix on a long chase on Thursday as audiences nationwide were captivated by live video of their escapades filmed from television news helicopters. The llama drama began at lunchtime when a large white llama and a slightly smaller black companion were spotted roaming the northwestern suburb of Sun City. They were pursued by deputies from the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office and members of the public, often skipping away from capture at the last moment and delighting viewers on social media who made #llamas a top trending hashtag on Twitter, along with several variations. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said no criminal charges would be filed.
Woman knocked out in Seattle "drive-by egging"
SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle police say a woman was knocked unconscious when she was pelted by an egg in a so-called drive-by egging.
Stone Age Britons imported wheat in shock sign of sophistication
By Alister Doyle OSLO (Reuters) - Stone Age Britons imported wheat about 8,000 years ago in a surprising sign of sophistication for primitive hunter-gatherers long viewed as isolated from European agriculture, a study showed on Thursday. British scientists found traces of wheat DNA in a Stone Age site off the south coast of England near the Isle of Wight, giving an unexpected sign of contact between ancient hunter-gatherers and farmers who eventually replaced them. The wheat DNA was dated to 8,000 years ago, 2,000 years before Stone Age people in mainland Britain started growing cereals and 400 years before farming reached what is now northern Germany or France, they wrote in the journal Science. "We were surprised to find wheat," co-author Robin Allaby of the University of Warwick told Reuters of finds at Bouldnor Cliff.
At least eight linked to theft, beating death of emu in Texas
Eight people have either been arrested or cited by police for their roles in stealing an emu in a rural Texas town and beating it to death, the Comanche County Sheriff's Department said on Thursday. One person, aged 18, was arrested for charges including animal cruelty. Seven minors were given citations for criminal trespass and could face charges including animal cruelty and theft, it said.
NYC trucker accused of avoiding toll with device inspired by James Bond
By Barbara Goldberg NEW YORK (Reuters) - A trucker accused of using a James Bond-style retractable bumper to evade a $95 toll on the George Washington Bridge has been charged with using burglary tools, police said on Thursday. Hauling a load of candy across the bridge toward New York City on Wednesday, Pablo Ortega flipped a switch on his dashboard as he approached the toll gates over the Hudson River. This makes it unreadable to the EZ-Pass reader," Pentangelo said, referring to the electronic device that collects the toll from vehicles at the bridge entrance at Fort Lee, New Jersey. The Port Authority, which operates the bridge, charges a $95 toll for an 18-wheeler crossing the Hudson into upper Manhattan.
Aggressive owl sinks its talons into residents of Dutch town
PURMEREND, Netherlands (AP) — The residents of one Dutch town are cowering under umbrellas after an aggressive eagle owl started swooping out of the sky, sinking its talons into them and gouging their flesh.
New name for Namibian town is a tongue-twister
Unexploded bomb shuts down Dortmund stadium
An unexploded World War II bomb was found near Borussia Dortmund's stadium on Thursday, forcing the Bundesliga club to shut down some of their operations. The British bomb was found at a parking area near the west tribune of the Signal Iduna Park hours before coach Juergen Klopp's news conference ahead of the Ruhr valley derby against Schalke 04 on Saturday. "It is not yet known how long the stadium area will remain off limits," Dortmund, who shut their Fan World space and club museum, said in a brief statement. Unexploded World War II ordnance is a relatively common occurrence in Germany where several million tonnes of bombs were dropped during the war by Allied and Soviet forces.
Shares of South Korean contraceptive makers surge after court scraps adultery ban
By Ju-min Park SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's highest court on Thursday struck down as unconstitutional a decades-old law banning adultery, triggering a surge in shares of condom makers and morning-after pills. "The law is unconstitutional as it infringes people's right to make their own decisions on sex and secrecy and freedom of their private life, violating the principle banning excessive enforcement," said Seo Ki-seok, a Constitutional Court judge, reading an opinion on behalf of five judges. After the ruling, shares in Unidus Corp, which makes latex products, including condoms, soared to the 15 percent daily limit gain. Hyundai Pharmaceutical Co Ltd, a maker of morning-after birth control pills and pregnancy tests, ended up 9.7 percent after the court decision, recovering earlier losses.
Driver near Seattle blames owl-watching for car crash
A man who crashed his car into a utility pole near Seattle on Wednesday gave police a unique excuse for the pre-dawn accident: He was owl watching. Police in Tukwila, about 10 miles south of Seattle, said the driver told officers he rammed into the pole by accident because he was in hot pursuit of one of the nocturnal birds.
Refracted rays from Nutella jar blamed for UK house fire
LONDON (AP) — London's firefighters say sun rays refracted by a Nutella jar likely caused a house fire.
Hungarian village for rent, comes with deputy mayor's post
2 men accused of parachuting 200 feet from crane get tickets
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Police have ticketed two men accused of climbing a 200-foot crane in downtown Boulder, Colorado, at night and parachuting to the street below.
Police: Bus aide stole lunch money, food from preschoolers
MILVILLE, N.J. (AP) — A school bus aide has been charged with stealing lunch money and bagged lunches from preschoolers in New Jersey.
2 frozen waterfalls form near New York park's ice volcano
GENESEE FALLS, N.Y. (AP) — A New York state park that drew national attention for its ice volcano now has a second icy spectacle: a pair of waterfalls that are nearly frozen over.
Rescued sea turtle flown from Oregon to California
NYC, Orthodox Jews reach deal on circumcision suction ritual
Floating strip club's latest trouble: Human waste disposal
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Almost from the moment a converted crabbing boat became a floating strip club off the shore of an Alaska island, it's been beset by legal tangles over safety rules and liquor laws. Now there are allegations that it's been dumping human waste into a harbor.
Fireballs spotted over western US as Chinese rocket burns up
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — People across a wide swath of the West, from Arizona to Canada, looked up at the sky late Monday to see a cluster of weird lights followed by an orange tail streaking across the night.
Brazil judge in Batista case seen driving tycoon's seized Porsche
By Stephen Eisenhammer RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - The Brazilian judge presiding over criminal proceedings against charismatic entrepreneur Eike Batista, once Brazil's richest man, was seen on Tuesday driving a Porsche belonging to the fallen tycoon that had been seized by the court. Flavio Roberto de Souza, who is overseeing Batista's trial for insider trading, was seen driving the white Porsche Cayenne by reporters for Estado de S.Paulo's news agency after a tip-off from Batista's lawyer. Local media said investigators had seized the cars because of concerns Batista had been selling or donating assets that were frozen as part of the insider trading case. When asked why he was driving the Porsche, Souza told local business daily Valor Economico: "The Federal Police did not have a safe place for the car and it was exposed to sun, rain and possible damage.