Oddly Enough Features
Police: Utah suspect swallows stolen ring
OREM, Utah (AP) -- Two people were arrested on suspicion of felony theft after police said one of them swallowed a stolen ring in an attempt to hide it....
Motorcyclist brags to cops he hit 185 mph in chase
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- New Hampshire police say a motorcyclist clocked at 127 mph bragged after being arrested that he had reached 185 mph during the chase....
Dog turns on stove, which then sets laptop ablaze
LACEY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) -- Police say a New Jersey family's dog turned on the stove, which caught the laptop resting on the burner on fire and sent smoke through the roof....
Slice of Princess Diana's wedding cake auctioned
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A 33-year-old slice of cake from Prince Charles and Princess Diana's 1981 wedding has sold at auction for $1,375....
1K-pound alligator caught in Alabama sets record
CAMDEN, Ala. (AP) -- A gigantic alligator caught by a family in Alabama earlier this month has set a Safari Club International world record....
Austrian SWAT team raids wrong apartment
VIENNA (AP) -- The drug bust was perfectly planned. Unfortunately, Austrian police broke down the wrong door....
Shaun the shaggy Aussie sheep finally shorn smooth
SYDNEY (AP) -- Shaun the shaggy Australian sheep has at last been shorn smooth. But the woolly wanderer wasn't the wooliest of them all....
3rd tourist cited for flying drone in Yellowstone
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) -- For the third time this summer, Yellowstone National Park rangers have cited a tourist for illegally flying a drone in the park....
Community service eyed for Brooklyn Bridge stunt
NEW YORK (AP) -- A judge is suggesting a Russian tourist who climbed the Brooklyn Bridge be sentenced to community service - like cleaning a bridge....
Image of Asia: The blur of the crowd in Tokyo
In this photo by Koji Sasahara, people walk across the scramble crossing outside Shibuya Station in Tokyo on Friday afternoon. The Shibuya district is popular with young people and tourists and is known for entertainment and nightlife as well as high-tech ventures....
As tensions remain high with Russia and much of the Middle East, more voters than ever believe the United States is not putting enough money into national security. According to Rasmussen Reports national Survey, 43-percent of likely U.S. voters think the United States does not spend enough on the military and national security. While 23-percent think the U.S spends too much and 30-percent say defense spending is about right.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Do you think it's appropriate for 9-year olds to be able to fire machine guns, grenade launchers and sniper rifles at shooting ranges?