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Boy, 12, accused of holding up lemonade stand with BB gun
A 12-year-old boy is in trouble with the law after police said he robbed a lemonade stand with a BB gun.
Yes, they're down there, but shark attacks are quite uncommon
With beach season in full swing, the question inevitably arises: What are the chances of getting attacked by a shark?
A plague of . . . ellipses!
First it's just three simple dots every now and again. Then it's six at the end of text messages. Soon enough your average email consists of 48 dots and zero complete sentences.
3 teens charged with sexually assaulting girl, sharing video
Three teenagers are facing sexual battery and child pornography charges after authorities say they assaulted an underage girl who was passed out in a hotel room, and then shared video of the incident with their friends.
Body of motorcyclist who fled police found next day, 400 yards away
A Massachusetts man crashed his motorcycle while eluding police and was killed, but it took more than a day before family members found the 25-year-old’s body on the side of the interstate.
Family drops 158 lbs. to win national weight-loss challenge
A Texas family lost a combined 158 pounds by turning their garage into a gym and cooking more food at home, helping them win $10,000 in a national weight loss challenge.
Time-lapse video shows 'bear party' at scratching tree
What do bears do when no one's looking? They have scratching parties at their favorite tree, according to a video captured by a park ranger in Alberta, Canada.
Recipe: Tofu, cool and quick
There's the Japanese way with tofu, and then there's everybody else's way. In Japan, the soybean curd is so universally appreciated that cooks use it for everyday, off-the-cuff preparations the likes of which most Americans would never dream.
Police called over Facebook video of 'birthday smoothie'
What started out as a birthday joke for a 5-year-old boy turned into a visit from police, thanks to Facebook.
Online banks may help you boost your savings plan
Banks now have minimum deposit requirements and a host of fees that have discouraged some from opening savings accounts. But online banks are more consumer-friendly with no fees and higher interest rates.
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