Police in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Palo Alto are on the lookout for a roughly $200,000 Bentley that was stolen sometime after its owner left it parked on a street in May.
Engineers are testing the technology that may one day put humans on Mars.
Wasatch County Sheriff’s deputy Chris Goode says 32-year-old Leilani Novak-Garcia gouged the man twice with a knife at a campsite about 1 a.m. Monday.
Yes, you’re reading that correctly. At the hefty price of $5000, Match.com will set you up with someone who looks like your ex. Uhhh, red flag! Isn’t that person called your ex for a reason?
You think a criminal should know leaving evidence behind at the scene of a crime is a sure-fire way to get caught. But in the case of a stolen car that was recently recovered by police, it was also a way to ask for forgiveness.
Most people hate cockroaches and would do just about anything to keep them out of their homes. But that is not the case for one woman. The South China Morning Post is reporting that Yuan Meixia in China shares her home with 100,000 cockroaches, which she considers her children.
During a City Council meeting on Wednesday, San Marino residents blasted Mayor Dennis Kneier and called for him to step down, even though he has apologized.
For his part, Goodman on Wednesday was sticking to the low-profile approach that proved successful enough to win the nomination Tuesday with 25 percent of the vote, compared to 30 percent for “none of these candidates.”
Ron Stewart of the Utah Division of Wildlife said in an email statement Monday that the animals use several techniques to help their young avoid taking on a scent that could attract predators, such as giving them space.
Mayor Dennis Kneier tells the Whittier Daily News he was walking home from a park with his wife Saturday night when they found the bag on a parkway and he picked it up and tossed it onto a walkway at the property.
The mayor of San Marino, California, admits tossing a bag of dog waste onto a neighborhood resident’s property and has apologized, saying he should have disposed of it properly.
Some Utah high school students who cracked their yearbooks to find sleeves digitally added to their tank tops and a tattoo erased say school officials have apologized to them.