DENVER (CBS4)- Rental car workers at Denver International Airport say pot tourists are regularly leaving them with marijuana that travelers don't want to try to carry through DIA.
A Brazilian man aged 126 years old is thought to be oldest living man ever documented, according to reports
Missouri man recaptured after weekend manhunt
This Fourth of July, while revelers were distracted by a fireworks display over the East River in New York City, smart bank robbers took the opportunity to saw a giant hole in a bank roof on the Lower East Side and steal some cash. After all, no one
Two of the samples—those from India and Bhutan—had sequences matching those of fossilized polar bears. Every other sequence matched extant animals including racoons, sheep, black bears, cows, and even a porcupine.
Receiving packages is usually very fun, but being a postal worker probably sucks sometimes. So launching some random boxes into a ravine like this USPS employee in Alabama seems more or less understandable, if not outright patriotic.
A man dressed in a "Star Wars" stormtrooper outfit and holding a plastic gun for a video shoot prompted a lockdown in Salina, Kansas on Monday.
Luz Avilla, 34, of Chickasha, Okla., led cops on a high speed chase this week because she wanted to be booked into a certain jail.
Joan Ginther's 28 instant prizes, and another two dozen claimed by friends, suggest they bought tens of thousands of high-priced tickets.
Pennsylvanian jailed on felony charges for bizarre masquerade
Anne Leitrim, who was in her 70s, hadn't been seen since 2008 Her neighbours in Bournemouth assumed that she had moved house In fact her body was inside her home and was discovered by bailiffs
An investigation was launched Wednesday after a remote-controlled helicopter, suspected to be carrying drugs, crash-landed in an exercise yard at one of Dublin's largest prisons.
Well,...that's one way of looking at it.
Silvestre Varela's final goal against the U.S. in Sunday evening's World Cup match was a heartbreaker.
In today's edition of why'd you do that?
Some of these very arresting lasses can cuff me up any time.
Sean O'Connor was struck by lightning on Saturday while doing chores in his backyard
In a bizarre accident, a rural Wyandotte home was damaged by an errant cannon round late Saturday.
A boxer wore his gloves and stood in the corner of the ring, apparently ready for a fight—except for the fact that he was deceased.
Men in Heels
About: So I really don’t know what to say about this, while driving around Salvage, Newfoundland and Labrador looking at all the icebergs, I noticed what appeared to be a chunk of ice just barely attached to an iceberg, hoping to catch it collapse I
Instagram user Janae Copelin snapped a stunning photo of a rare fire tornado in Missouri over the weekend.
Is this real or fake? I don’t know (yet). Of course I could catch my own pass if I threw the ball straight up, but what about this case? If you could do it like this, it would be pretty tough. Let’s see how possible this would be.
A transfusion of youthful blood may halt or even reverse the ageing process as two studies find that the chemical make-up of younger blood has surprising health benefits
The following microblog posted ended at #5 of the day on leading Chinese microblog platform Sina Weibo yesterday and remains the top trending topic and #hashtag# today…
A Hong Kong man who taped wads of cash totaling around $580,000 USD (3.62 million yuan) to his legs and body was caught while entering the mainland at customs in Shenzhen, Guangdong province on April 23.
A 16-year-old boy, seen sitting on a stretcher center, who stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from San Jose, Calif., to Maui is loaded into an ambulance at Kahului Airport in Kahului, Maui, Hawaii Sunday afternoon, April 20, 2014.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia - A newborn baby who was pronounced dead on the delivery table miraculously returned to life 28 minutes later. 34 year old Robin Cyr gave birth to her fourth child in Halifax Nova Scotia but was told the baby girl had died from b
A California man has filed a civil lawsuit against a Las Vegas casino for not stopping him while he lost $500,000 while gambling drunk during a February trip.
The fight of Cape Coral, Florida resident Robin Speronis to live “off the grid” has escalated with the city’s recent decision to cap her access to the sewer so she can no longer use it. It’s a move she calls, “pure evil.”