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FILE - In this Oct. 7, 2011, file photo, visitors to the Yellville Turkey Trot in Yellville, Ark., wear shirts mocking an effort by animal rights activists to identify a pilot who routinely flew over the festival and dropped live turkeys to the crowd. The dispute continues six years later, with festival sponsors inundated by emails asking them to stop the turkey drop. Festival organizers say they no longer sanction the turkey drop and that they have no control over what happens in the skies above. (Josh Dooley /The Baxter Bulletin via AP, file)
FAA looking after pilot drops turkeys on Arkansas festivalThe Federal Aviation Administration says it will check to see if any laws or regulations were broken when a low-flying plane dropped live turkeys onto an Arkansas festival
The Associated Press9 hours ago
Candidate touts apparent hoax idea of drug-sniffing bunniesA Philadelphia-area mayoral candidate says he was serious when he vowed to investigate the use of drug-sniffing bunnies if elected _ even though it appears to stem from an internet hoax
The Associated Press11 hours ago
In an Oct.12, 2017 photo, Ricky and Marlene Rodriguez's home at the corner of 30th St. and Tacoma Ave., in Lorain, Ohio, has morphed from a pirate ship, to a train and now into a digging machine poking through the home's driveway. The home is an annual attraction for neighbors and passersby within the city.  (Kristin Bauer/Chronicle-Telegram via AP)
Man builds 2-story 'Star Wars' vehicle replica for HalloweenA 2-story, "Star Wars"-inspired Halloween yard display in Ohio should be enough to make any trick-or-treating Darth Vader proud
The Associated Press13 hours ago
Pathologist toting human organs while drunk gets probationAn Indiana pathologist whose pickup truck was hauling human organ samples when he was arrested on drunken driving charges has received probation after pleading guilty in the case
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UK coast guard comes to aid of struggling dog in North SeaUK coast guard comes to the rescue of dog being swept out to sea off Scotland
The Associated Press1 day ago
In this photo taken on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, children run towards a train near Loch Eilt in  the Scottish Highlands. As if by magic, the Hogwarts Express has come to the rescue of a stranded family in Scotland. The train that took Harry Potter and his friends to school was played onscreen by the Jacobite steam train in the Scottish Highlands. On Friday it made an unscheduled stop to pick up a family of six that was stranded when their canoe was washed away in a storm. (Jon Cluett via AP)
Hogwarts Express rescues stranded family in ScotlandAs if by magic, the Hogwarts Express has come to the rescue of a stranded family in Scotland
The Associated Press1 day ago
Man wounded in shooting during fight in Tombstone saloonArizona authorities say a saloon shooting in the Old West town of Tombstone put one man in the hospital with a leg wound and another in jail
The Associated Press2 days ago
Man arrested after trying to light cigarette with nozzlePolice arrested a North Dakota a man for possession of drugs after first spotting him attempting to light a cigarette with the nozzle of a gas pump
The Associated Press2 days ago
Northern Michigan University offers marijuana degreeA university in Michigan is offering an unusual degree _ in marijuana
The Associated Press2 days ago
Teacher who works at supermarket to vie for US bagging prizeA New Hampshire teacher who pulls night and weekend shifts at a Hannaford Supermarket is heading to Las Vegas to compete for the title of America's fastest grocery bagger
The Associated Press3 days ago
Sheriff: 2 briefly escape Oklahoma jail to visit girlfriendsAn Oklahoma sheriff says two inmates briefly escaped to visit their girlfriends and smoke marijuana and then walked back to the jail
The Associated Press3 days ago
The house used in the AMC-TV series "Breaking Bad" with poles for a new fence is shown in this Friday, Oct. 13, 2017 photo in Albuquerque, N.M. The owners are erecting the fence around the real Albuquerque house made famous by the methamphetamine-making character Walter White, because the property has been plagued by countless fans wanting snapshots and selfies. (AP Photo/Russell Contreras)
Breaking mad: 'Breaking Bad' house gets fence to block fansThe real Albuquerque house made famous by the methamphetamine-making character Walter White in the AMC-TV hit series "Breaking Bad" is getting a fence
The Associated Press3 days ago
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