A blind dog who wandered away from her Ester home during a cold snap has been reunited with her owner.
For its latest food that probably shouldn't exist, KFC has gone beyond Double Downs and instead created edible coffee cups.
Where there's smoke, there's fire. But fog signals art, as Pittsburgh firefighters are quickly learning.
It's the dress that's beating the Internet black and blue. Or should that be gold and white?
Authorities have lassoed two quick-footed llamas who had dashed in and out of traffic in a Phoenix-area retirement community and caused a stir on social media.
Police are asking for the public's help in trying to determine who built a mysterious underground tunnel near York University in Toronto.
A new exhibition at Atlanta's High Museum of Art explores the origins and artistic influence of the distinctive, curvy Coca-Cola bottle.
If "king for a day" sounds too majestic, a small Hungarian village will let you become deputy mayor for a few days.
A Massachusetts man has found a way to profit from the several feet of snow in his yard: He's shipping it to people in warmer climates for the bargain price of $89 for six pounds.
A metro Atlanta man told police a spider thief snuck into a crawlspace under his home and stole five of his 18 pet tarantulas.
South Carolina has had enough of their winter, and they've gone to extreme measures to put a halt to it by arresting Elsa, from the movie Frozen.
Saudi Arabia's morality police detained a group of young men for dancing at a birthday party and referred them to prosecutors, according to a state-linked media report.
It was the house where Ray Bradbury wrote "Something Wicked This Way Comes," and when the bulldozer came to knock it down literary scholars and preservationists were aghast.
A helicopter being towed behind a truck struck a freeway overpass and tumbled off its trailer into the roadway, hitting at least two vehicles in Southern California.
Officials in India want to make one thing clear: The tree that President Barack Obama planted in New Delhi three weeks ago is not dead.
The cold might not bother Disney's Queen Elsa, but it's wreaking enough havoc in Kentucky that a police department announced a joke warrant for the popular "Frozen" character's arrest.