'This Works': Group Says Drinking Your Own Pee Is Good For YouA small group of people in Colorado are drinking their own urine, insisting the practice has demonstrative health benefits. But the experts remain unconvinced.
Build-A-Bear Brings Back ‘Pay Your Age Day’Build A Bear is bringing back its "pay your age" promotion but with a few changes this time. 
Parents Seek Tougher Sentence For Daycare Owner Caught Abusing Toddler Son On CameraA longtime Texas daycare owner who admitted to hurting a baby in her care won't be serving jail time and the victim's parents say they are devastated.
Nevada Becomes First State To Ban Most Pre-Employment Marijuana ScreeningNevada has become the first state to ban employers from discriminating against workers for marijuana use, with some exceptions.
Police: Teen Busted For Driving 105 MPH Blames 'Too Many Hot Wings' For Bathroom Emergency"Too many hot wings." That's the excuse a Canadian teenage driver offered to police after he was busted for speeding, according to officials.
Officials Warn Of 'Zombie Snake' That Can Roll Over And Play DeadOfficials in North Carolina are trying to set the record straight about a "harmless" but scary-sounding reptile known as the "Zombie Snake."
Man Says Officer Dumped His Grandmother's Ashes On Ground During SearchA police officer in Kansas City inadvertently lost some of the cremated remains of a suspect's grandmother during a search of the man, officials said.
Police: Woman Squeezed Boyfriend's Genitals 'Until They Were Bleeding'A Florida woman who allegedly grabbed her boyfriend's testicles and squeezed so hard that he bled was charged with battery domestic violence, police said.
Hotel Offers Free Stays For Women From States With Restrictive Abortion BansA hotel in Michigan is offering free lodging and transportation for women who are seeking to have an abortion but live in states that have restricted access to the procedure.
Unexpected Gift Helps Family Cope With Death Of Beloved DogA Connecticut family grieving the loss of their pet dog is receiving comfort from a most unexpected source.
High Blood Pressure At Doctor's Office May Mean You're Twice As Likely To Die Of Heart DiseaseWhen a patient's blood pressure reads normal at home and high in a doctor's office, it's called "white coat hypertension" -- and new research suggests that it is not a benign condition.