Police say a man was found in stable condition Tuesday after falling in a pond and taking shelter in his guitar case.
Sometimes an owner's manual is not enough.
Police in Pennsylvania are investigating a complaint concerning a ghost hunt that went bust after a police officer mistakenly thought it was a burglary in progress.
A woman who allegedly offered topless hairstyling services in northern Colorado faces criminal charges. But police say the problem isn't cutting hair without a top. It's cutting hair without a license.
Where's a Black Friday shopper to turn for a 19th century vampire-killing kit?
A giant turkey is roving crosswalks in Las Vegas to squawk on drivers who don't yield to pedestrians.
A man who played Santa Claus at a Massachusetts mall has been barred from the shopping center after he was charged with groping an 18-year-old woman playing an elf.
Army teams are monitoring what civilians and soldiers are wearing and how they're behaving at a Hawaii base.
A llama spotted wandering for nearly six months in Michigan has been captured and is getting a new home.
The owner of a Pennsylvania tattoo shop that was broken into is putting up an unusual reward for information leading to arrests — free tattoos and piercings for life.
Friday the 13th may be your lucky day, about $400 million lucky.
AAA Oklahoma is offering a free ride home and tow service for people who may consume too much alcohol to safely drive over the holiday season.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations is seeking information to solve the disappearance and death of a Tahlequah man.
Pregnant actress DREW BARRYMORE has been given another reason to celebrate the holidays after winning a top honor for her new cosmetics collection.
The fear of poverty has prompted BEN AFFLECK to take movie jobs he really regrets, confessing he has obsessed over his father's desperate days a little too much.
Disney's wintery animated tale "Frozen" took over the top spot at the box office with $31.6 million in its second week of release.
A big chunk of the Tulsa Public School district's budget comes from property tax. There's enough money owed to make up $20 million in cuts that the district has received over the past five years.
For many voters, how they cast their ballot could hinge on the commercials airing on television and radio.