The book contained about 30 to 40 hits of the narcotic.
The sheriff’s gold badge was in the entrance area for a couple of months when the error was discovered Wednesday.
Convicted of disseminating matter harmful to juveniles.
She believes the snake may have been a slither-away pet that squeezed under her front door.
It’s part Dr. Dolittle and part Noah’s Ark.
A Chicago strip club has received an award for its efforts at dressing up the neighborhood.
An Illinois family has created a 45-foot-tall icicle in their front yard.
So that students could hurl them as weapons in a last-resort confrontation with a school intruder.
A black Labrador named Eclipse just wants to get to the dog park.
The squirrel did not survive.
Lunenburg firefighter Matt Benoit had a memorable first call.
The goal is to prevent disease caused by contaminated water supplies.
A homeowner found a man outside his home Monday, holding a baby in a car carrier.
The lawsuit seeks an unspecified amount of compensatory and punitive damages.
Arrested a naked man after he broke into two homes, drank booze and used a hot tub at one of them.
Fifty-one years ago, Arthur Lampitt of Granite City, Illinois, smashed his 1963 Thunderbird into a truck.
Hasbro is says it will replace the offending implement with a different tool.
Suspect shot by a neighbor after allegedly masturbating and stealing a dog is a successful horse-racing jockey.
The white robe of a Ku Klux Klansman from Rochester, New Hampshire, is on the auction block.
A pastor’s wife says a hearse was stolen from outside a Southern California church ahead of funeral services with a casket inside.
A state agency in Minnesota is claiming the world record for largest ball of paper.
Police say they matched a would-be pizza shop robber to a roll of toilet paper in his Pennsylvania home.
Who took the leg lamp belonging to Ralphie’s “Old Man” from a New York store’s annual tribute to “A Christmas Story”?
A utility agency says the tree doesn’t pose an immediate electrical hazard but advises residents to stay away.
Johns Hopkins University mistakenly sent nearly 300 applicants welcome messages when they were actually rejected or deferred.