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The prosecution did not prove the man intended to intimidate when he messed up a client's address, the judge ruled.
Jennie Stejna celebrated her successful fight against COVID-19 with an ice-cold brew.
Officers for the Fort Myers Police Department said the doughnuts as well as some blueberry pie-scented spray in a trap did the trick.
Young Alessandro Breda kept his cool throughout the nerve-racking encounter.
Daniel Oster spent $250 on a Sasquatch costume in order to market a house listed at nearly $1 million.
Reporters covering the coronavirus pandemic remotely have found themselves in some pretty hilarious news bloopers in the process.
Saturn the alligator was once a resident of the Berlin Zoo until the facility was destroyed in a bombing raid during World War II.
Knox Brewer was "magnet fishing" at a South Carolina lake when he caught a waterlogged lockbox containing debris-covered jewelry, credit cards, and a checkbook.