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.
Several students at the Heber City public school said they’ve often worn those outfits on campus and never heard from officials that they violated the dress code.
Alice Walner admits it took a lot of hard work to get here, but on Wednesday, she did something she’s waited 62 years to do—walk in a cap and gown and get her high-school diploma.
As a relative foster parent, Sears receives $343 a month in CalWORKs benefits to care for Isabella. But if Isabella were with a non-relative foster family, they’d get at least $657 a month from the foster care system.
Video from The Bakersfield Californian shows the team used string from home plate to the mound to make it appear as though the cat threw the first pitch.
A teenager was arrested for allegedly pimping a woman twice his age in Roseville.
He argues in a federal lawsuit that he was denied the right to freely exercise his religion last year when he was forced to either starve or break from a strict dietary regime that allows only “whole foods” but no biproducts or processing additives.
Officials at the Westin Lake Las Vegas resort in Henderson say the critter, named Ol’ Dillo, vanished while audience members were greeting Nelson after a Monday night concert.
Authorities in Contra Costa County are searching for an armed but courteous robber who made sure his victims were comfortable after tying them up.
The star of the television show “Judge Joe Brown” has been arrested and charged with five counts of contempt of court in Tennessee, court officials in Memphis said Monday.
Authorities say Ward’s second escape happened when he convinced the officer to stop by his house so he could tell his mom he was going to jail.