The campaign for Republican challenger Doug Ose sent out the following update on ballot challenges on Friday afternoon. As you’ll notice, it’s essentially the same statement, just with any references to Bera or Bera’s campaign crossed out and replaced with Ose.
Last year, the 30-year-old Chestnut set a Twinkie-eating world record by consuming 121 Twinkies in six minutes – about one every three seconds.
A woman accused of driving around for hours with the body of her 2-year-old niece in the back seat has been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison in California.
Long Beach police say officers shot and killed a man armed with a knife and a crowbar after he allegedly broke into his neighbors’ home and killed their dog.
During the first week of October, Sherry Mailloux begins to decorate her home for Halloween. Mailloux could very well be the queen of Halloween. The final presentation is an elaborate web tunnel leading up to her front door. The work is more than the actual expense putting it together.
A former TV pitchman in Utah with a history of running afoul of the law was charged Tuesday with two federal misdemeanors by prosecutors who say he chased a barn owl in flight on his motorized paraglider.
New Mexico State Police said Michael Lee of La Palma, California, was arrested Saturday at the Sky City Casino in Acoma, New Mexico, following a call about a nude man in the pool.
Eureka Police Sgt. Steve Watson said Sunday that 23-year-old Cyle Warren Abbott Jr. told officers he needed cash to leave town for a fresh start, but then realized his mistake.
But after reports from Taylor Creek Visitor Center Staff that guests are getting too close to bears to take pictures, the US Forest Service issued an advisory warning visitors to keep their distance from bears.
Maj. Gen. Jeff Burton told lawmakers Thursday that the handful of Guard members involved could face fines, demotions or forced retirements when an investigation is complete.
Homeland Security agents nabbed 126 counterfeit tickets before Game 1 between the Royals and the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Shawn Neudauer said the tickets had a $43,000 street value.
The Utah National Guard learned about it Tuesday and is determining if military equipment was used in the video, Lt. Col. Steven Fairbourn said. The Utah National Guard didn’t give permission for the project, he said.