McDonald's wants to explain why its burgers may not rot and that there are no worms in its beef.
A pumpkin weighing 2,058 pounds has taken first prize and set a tournament record at an annual pumpkin-weighing contest in Northern California.
Those driving on I-5 south through Seattle had quite the odd sight Sunday afternoon after a boat became disconnected from its vehicle and was left in "freeway dry dock" along the shoulder.
Authorities say a patient wanting out of an Arizona hospital used an ambulance as his getaway vehicle.
The Ada County Sheriff's Office says deputies were called out to a home on the 2700 block of N. Rolling Hills Drive in Star for a call: "There is a horse in my swimming pool."
The menu includes crickets and wax worms on toothpick skewers for dipping in a fountain of melted chocolate, along with "tarsal toffee" made with bug legs and mealworms and fudge infused with crickets and marshmallows.
A provocative art exhibit featuring Barbie fashion dolls as religious figures such as the Virgin Mary and her boyfriend Ken as a crucified Jesus Christ has been cancelled amid complaints and threats by angry believers, the artists behind the collection said Friday.
Thousands of venomous brown recluse spiders forced a suburban St. Louis family from their nearly half-million-dollar home.
Recreational marijuana sellers are reaching out to novice cannabis users with a raft of edible products that impart a milder buzz and make it easy for inexperienced customers to find a dose they won't regret taking.
Three legal pot shops in Washington report bottles of marijuana infused soda exploding on shelves.
Authorities say a Pennsylvania woman made jury duty even worse than usual for nine people by stealing their money while they were hearing a different case.
A New Mexico man is suing Burger King after he says a manager attacked him for complaining about cold onion rings.
Bigfoot believers are gathering this weekend in Washington state.
A Bellingham therapist on probation for having an inappropriate relationship with a patient was sentenced in federal court for illegally importing wildlife skulls
Real-life room escape attractions began opening nearly a decade ago in Asia and Eastern Europe, but they've been popping up in North America over the past few years.