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Fed's George to send BBQ sauce to San Francisco Fed chief after Giants win
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank President Esther George plans to send San Francisco Fed President John Williams some local barbecue sauce to commemorate his home team's World Series victory, spokesmen for the banks said on Thursday. Baseball's biggest annual contest wrapped up its seventh game on Wednesday with the San Francisco Giants' 3-2 win against the Kansas City Royals. The series' final games took place on the same two days that George, Williams and other U.S. ...
Alaska mayor vetoes law aimed at protecting moose
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The mayor of Anchorage has vetoed an ordinance passed by the municipal assembly intended to protect moose from impaling themselves on fences decorated with metal spikes.
Police led to Alabama drug suspect by his dog
By Sherrel Wheeler Stewart BIRMINGHAM Ala. (Reuters) - Police in Alabama found a suspected drug dealer who was hiding in tall grass near his home after the man's dog, tail wagging enthusiastically, led officers to him, police said on Thursday. Edward Melvin Henderson fled his home in Prattville as officers pulled up to the residence with a search warrant on Tuesday, said Paula Barlow, spokeswoman for the Prattville Police Department. Henderson ran, jumped off a ravine and continued running. ...
69 cats removed from dirty Rhode Island apartment
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Animal control officers have removed 69 cats from a Rhode Island apartment.
John Denver bust missing after heavy-metal ball

In this May 2011 handout photo, made available on Oct. 30, 2014 by the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, a bust of the late Colorado musician John Denver sits on the induction wall at the Colorado Music Hall of Fame Museum at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colo. Police say the bust was stolen from the 1st Bank Center during KBPI-FM’s Saints and Sinners Halloween Ball on the night of Tuesday, Oct. 28. (AP Photo/Colorado Music Hall of Fame, Rich Clarkson and Associates)DENVER (AP) — A Denver radio station that sponsored a heavy-metal Halloween ball is pleading for the return of a bust of John Denver that went missing during the party.



Anti-violence activists charged in vicious attack

This undated photo provided by the Washington County, Pa., Jail shows Nikole Ardeno. Ardeno and Emanuel Velez are community organizers with a local Stop the Violence group and have both been charged with severely beating a former roommate with whom they had a property dispute on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Washington County Jail )WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) — Two "Stop the Violence" organizers allegedly beat one of their colleagues so severely that he vomited blood and was left unconscious in critical condition.



Hall of fame for mustaches? Why not?
ST. LOUIS (AP) — There are halls of fame for everything from baseball to rock 'n' roll, so why shouldn't those with a hairy upper lip get their just rewards?
Man's own dog helps police bust him on drug charge

This Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, photo, provided by the Prattville Police Department shows Edward Melvin Henderson's dog, named Bo, in Prattville, Ala. Bo followed his fleeing master, who was being pursued by officers, which ultimately lead to his arrest. Henderson is charged with failure to obey police, manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. (AP Photo/Prattville Police Department)PRATTVILLE, Ala. (AP) — Police in central Alabama say a man's own dog helped officers bust him on a drug charge.



Ohio veteran found guilty, fined over pet ducks
COSHOCTON, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio Army veteran who says his pet ducks help relieve his post-traumatic stress disorder and depression has been convicted of a minor misdemeanor for keeping them.
Police chase naked suspect, capture him in pants
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Police trying to arrest a man in Oregon found him in nothing but underwear, and then he ended up in his birthday suit before he was arrested in some pants he apparently found while being chased.
DNA from toilet leads police to burglary suspect
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Police in Albuquerque say a man suspected of a $250,000 heist should have flushed the evidence he left behind.
Police: Teletubby break-in suspect faces charges
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) — A student accused of breaking into a friend's Pennsylvania home while wearing a yellow Teletubby costume and stealing leftover food is facing charges.
Woman in zombie costume charged twice with DWI

Catherine Butler of Rochester, N.Y. is seen in a booking photo provided by the Gates, N.Y., Police Department. Police say Butler, wearing a zombie costume and makeup, was charged with drunken driving twice within three hours Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014 after attending a Rochester bar's "zombie prom" party. (AP Photo/Gates, N.Y., Police Department via member WHAM-TV)GATES, N.Y. (AP) — Police say a woman wearing a zombie costume and makeup was charged with drunken driving twice within three hours after attending an upstate New York bar's "zombie prom" party.



House in London Is Made of Wax, Will Eventually Melt Away
You've heard of the British nursery rhyme "London Bridge Is Falling Down." Well, now there's a house in London that is melting down, literally. A new art installation by Alex Chinneck is made entirely of paraffin wax bricks — 8,000 of them, to be exact — with the sole purpose of melting down into a beautiful display. The exhibit is titled "A Pound of Flesh for 50P" but is also known simply as the Melting House. It's part of Merge Festival, in which artists are encouraged to draw upon the culture of Bankside, London. The Melting House actually reflects a bit of history in the area where a candle factory stood a few centuries ago.
Boy or girl? Family with 12 sons awaits baby 13

FILE - In this Aug. 6, 2013 file photo, the 12 Schwandt brothers pose for a photo in their home in Rockford, Mich. Clockwise from bottom left are, Tyler, 21, holding Tucker, 2 days, Vinny, 10, Drew, 16, Zach, 17, Charlie, 3, Calvin, 8, Brandon, 14, Luke, 19 months, Gabe, 6, Wesley, 5 and Tommy, 11. Jay and Kateri Schwandt, a western Michigan couple with 12 sons is expecting baby No. 13 and they say they'll be surprised if their all-boy streak is snapped. The Grand Rapids Press reports that Schwandt's baby is due May 9, 2015 and they plan to follow their tradition of not finding out whether it's a boy or girl in advance. (AP Photo/MLive.com, The Grand Rapids Press, Chris Clark, File)ROCKFORD, Mich. (AP) — A western Michigan couple with 12 sons is expecting baby No. 13, and even though they're sticking to their tradition of not finding out in advance whether they're having a boy or girl, they said they'd be shocked if their streak is broken.



Suit: Breasts burned at Philadelphia hookah lounge
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A woman says her breasts were burned by hot coals as people danced around a stripper pole at a Philadelphia hookah lounge.
Man who vanished from Denver NFL game said he 'had his fill of football'
By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - A man who vanished during a National Football League game in Denver last week only to be found safe days later told police afterward that he had had his "fill of football" and had wanted to go somewhere warmer, authorities said on Wednesday. Paul Kitterman made national headlines this week when his family and friends asked the public for help in finding the 53-year-old who failed to return to his seat after halftime of the Denver Broncos-San Diego Chargers game last Thursday. ...
Mouse hunt delays Norwegian flight to New York
OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian Air Shuttle, already plagued by costly flight delays on its long-haul routes, was forced to delay a flight to New York by five hours on Tuesday because of a hunt for a mouse in the cockpit. "The pilots discovered a mouse on flight deck," spokeswoman Charlotte Holmbergh said on Wednesday. "We had to make sure that no cables or wires had been chewed. "This does not happen very often, but it does happen from time to time. ...
Iowa residents create Halloween hay bale art
CHARITON, Iowa (AP) — Residents in a southern Iowa county have been creating works of art from hay bales for Halloween.
X-ray shows sick tortoise swallowed turtle pendant

This Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 photo provided by Dr. Don Harris of the Avian & Exotic Animal Medical Center in Miami shows a detail rom an X-ray of a 15-pound male African spurred tortoise named Lola who had swallowed a turtle pendant. Lola’s owner told Harris she didn’t recognize the pendant, but Harris said tortoises graze like cattle. They eat grass, plants and other vegetation, sometimes consuming rocks and other objects as well. (AP Photo/Dr. Don Harris)MIAMI (AP) — The source of a sick tortoise's discomfort became clear after a south Florida veterinarian took an X-ray: The animal had swallowed a turtle pendant.



Policeman who asked to smell woman's feet arrested
HOUSTON (AP) — Houston-area authorities say they believe a school district police officer who pulled over a motorist and then asked to smell her feet may have made similar demands of others.
Police: Man in zebra print dress robbed bank, held
ROCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A man accused of wearing a zebra print dress while robbing a New Hampshire bank has been arrested.
Man claims to be Denzel Washington during arrest
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee man being arrested on charges of illegal marijuana possession told police he was Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington.
'Hello Kitty' arrested on drunken driving charge

This booking photo provided Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 by the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Jail shows Carrie Gipson of Westbrook, Maine, who was arrested on drunken driving charges early Sunday, Oct. 26, in Gorham, Maine. Police said that Gipson, 37, who was wearing a red and white Hello Kitty costume, minus the doll’s mammoth head, was stopped because she driving in the wrong lane. (AP Photo/Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Jail)GORHAM, Maine (AP) — Police say a Maine woman who was pulled over while wearing a Hello Kitty costume was arrested on a drunken driving charge.



Court tells UK man: Nudity is not a human right
LONDON (AP) — A British man who spurns clothes has lost a legal bid to have public nudity declared a human right.
Here's an Airplane, Helicopter, and Car — All in One
In the future, travelers may no longer have to decide between an airplane, a helicopter, and a car. A new concept could make good on years of ideas from science fiction, by combining all three into one device.
Norway TV on tenterhooks, impending rockslide

A helicopter takes off at the foot of the mountain called Mannen near Andalsnes, Norway, on Monday Oct. 27, 2014. After being on alert for weeks experts predict a huge rockslide from the mountain within days, following heavy rain in the area. (AP Photo / Terje Pedersen, NTB scanpix) NORWAY OUTHELSINKI (AP) — Norway, which provided TV viewers with five hours of knitting live, showing a fire burning itself out and minute-by-minute salmon fishing, has found a new attraction — a rockslide on a mountain.



TSA finds cannon barrel in Maui traveler's luggage
HONOLULU (AP) — An airline passenger flying out of Maui checked in with a weapon not often seen in baggage — the barrel of a cannon.
Large flightless bird closes Indiana highway
PERU, Ind. (AP) — A large flightless bird forced the closing of a northern Indiana highway while police officers and motorists tried to chase it down.
Britain's 'Naked Rambler' loses legal battle to reveal all
A British man who has spent a total of seven years in jail for going naked in public lost his legal battle to wear no clothes on Tuesday as Europe's human rights court told him he must respect the feelings of others. Stephen Gough, dubbed "The Naked Rambler" by British media for his bid to trek the length of the country wearing no more than a hat and bulky rucksack, has faced some 30 convictions for public order disturbances and other offences.
World Beard and Moustache Competition held in Portland
Three hundred contestants participated in a facial hair competition this weekend in Portland, Oregon — shaming all those who don't take facial hair growth seriously.
Horse rescued from pool at suburban Phoenix home

This photo provided by the Mesa Fire Department shows firefighters rescuing a Mesa family's horse from their swimming pool on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014. Firefighters say the horse was wandering outside its pen and fell into the pool and became stuck. Mesa Fire Capt. Forrest Smith says firefighters, with the assistance of a veterinarian, tranquilized the horse before pulling it out using several straps. Smith says the horse was not injured. (AP Photo/Mesa Fire Department)MESA, Ariz. (AP) — A horse in suburban Phoenix needed rescuing after it led itself to water and did more than just drink.



Police: Regretful California robber returns cash
EUREKA, Calif. (AP) — Police in Northern California say a man robbed a gas station only to return hours later to give the money back and apologize.
Man wakes up to find stranger in bed with him
CLINTON, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut man was arrested after police say he wandered into the wrong home drunk and got in bed with a stranger, who woke up startled and called 911.
Ohio college uses infomercials to prod students
AKRON, Ohio (AP) — A university in northeast Ohio is lampooning infomercials as a way to push students to graduate on time.
Custom urns courtesy of company's 3-D printer

In this Oct. 23, 2014 photo, a composite ceramic custom printed 3-D funeral urn depicting a piano, made by Foreverence, is seen in Eden Prairie, Minn. Foreverence sells the urns via funeral directors, The St. Paul Pioneer Press reported. (AP Photo/The St. Paul Pioneer Press, Scott Takushi)EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota startup is using a 3-D printer to create custom urns shaped like objects that were important to the person whose remains they hold.



Florida man shoots 400-pound bear breaking into his house
By Barbara Liston ORLANDO Fla. (Reuters) - A Florida man shot and killed a 400-pound (180-kg) black bear after it broke into his house two nights in a row to get to a bag of dog food, a state wildlife officer said on Friday. "I felt in danger enough that since it wouldn't leave I had to shoot it," said Victor Peters of Lady Lake of the Wednesday night incident in a video interview posted online by the Orlando Sentinel. Killing a bear in Florida is illegal. ...
Cockroach disrupts pest control chief's testimony
CHICAGO (AP) — A cockroach embarrassed a Chicago official in charge of pest control when it took a stroll near him in full view of some aldermen, and its stunt just might have cost it and its buddies their lives.
Dawson's Creek' Remake Goes Viral
The stars of this video — Gandalf, Winnie, Mocha, and Aurora — do a very good job of replacing the original stars, James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson, and Michelle Williams. The resemblance is uncanny.
Thousands raised to buy car for Pennsylvania sniper's lookalike
By Joe McDonald EAST STROUDSBURG Pa. (Reuters) - Jim Tully's hours-long walks to and from work in the Pocono Mountains, where he has been repeatedly stopped by police in a case of mistaken identity in the manhunt for a Pennsylvania cop killer, may be coming to an end. News of the factory worker's run-ins with authorities searching for fugitive Eric Frein, wanted in the Sept. 12 shooting death of one state trooper and wounding of another, has sparked a crowdfunding campaign to buy him a car. ...