We've heard of alligator wrestling ... but this?
Authorities in Northern California say a man arrested in nothing but a trench coat and socks after a break-in told investigators he had been using the homeowner's sauna.
Brazilian police say an officer playing a prank on a colleague by simulating a holdup has been shot and killed.
A British professor who specializes in cities and urban life has been convicted of damaging luxury cars with graffiti that was surprisingly polite.
A Marine Corps spokesman says a bucket of cleaning solution fell from a military helicopter and smashed through the roof of a San Diego business, but nobody was hurt.
Two Australian fishermen may never watch "Jaws" again.
"$5 11-incher" just doesn't have the same ring to it.
A Pennsylvania detective is trying to figure out how an apparent prankster was able to fill out a 2008 voter registration card signed "Barack H. Obama."
The most popular puppy names of 2012 took on human form, according to a study by the veterinarian and animal health website Vetstreet.com
It looks like showbiz might run in one family.
A former high school teacher is accusing school district administrators of discriminating against her because of a rare phobia she says she has: a fear of young children.
Was it the fish?
A Chicago news team reports a plane crash has shut down a city road, only to learn the scene was staged for a TV show.
A man that looks to have been trying to feed fish off a pier got a surprise when a massive fish jumped out of the water and latched onto his arm.
When do you not listen to the African wildlife expert? When he tells you to stand closer to the rhino.
A Russian official says it's time for the nation's soldiers to switch from foot wraps to socks.
A group of illegal immigrants was justified in escaping from a police lockup last year because of the miserable conditions in their overcrowded cell, which was filthy, ridden with disease and had no running water, a Greek court has ruled.
The city manager in Henderson, Nev., says he wants to update the city's logo after it was mistaken for a hamburger.
Seattle made the Guinness Book of World Records on Saturday when nearly 6,000 Seattleites got together to stage the world's biggest snowball fight -- ousting the previous record-holder, The Republic of Korea.