Joseph Wallace is appealing a court decision that could see him serve three months in prison.
The case of Paul Edwards Mathers, whose corpse was found in a freezer at his wife's home last November, led police to suspicions of homicide.
Richard Lee, the chief of police in tiny Croydon, New Hampshire, had to walk home from his last day of work in his underwear during a snowstorm after the city unexpectedly dissolved the department.
Frank King, a comedian who was working aboard the Holland America cruise ship that was quarantined after a former passenger tested positive for coronavirus, says that he was fired by the cruise line after sneaking out of quarantine and returning home to Oregon.
The pedestrian was hit so hard that the body flew through the car's windshield, landing in the passenger seat.
Kalina V.E. Gillum and Braden C. Mull pled not guilty in court to charges of terminating Gillum's pregnancy and then placing the corpse of the fetus in a shoebox.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has been ordered to reimburse Ben Hart for attorney fees incurred as a result of a suit he filed against the state for denying his vanity plate.
A florist in the Philippines is capitalizing on the virus by selling Valentine's Day bouquets containing hand sanitizer, face masks and surgical gloves.
A passenger on an EasyJet flight from Manchester, England, to Iceland forced the plane to land unexpectedly after he harassed passengers and crew and attempted to eat his cell phone.
A man in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh reportedly died by suicide because he was convinced he had the novel coronavirus.
Police say that Taisha Smith-DeJoseph embezzled more than half a million dollars from a New Jersey church and used the money to pay for her wedding, a car and other personal expenses.
To increase female enrollment, the Canadian army is considering redesigning uniforms to shorten skirts and referring to medals as "bling."
Twitter users noticed the similarity of the suit in the photograph to an outfit available from several online retailers.
A dispute between two neighbors escalated to the point where one of them tried to smash down the fence separating their property with a robot vacuum cleaner.
A critic at Mexico City's Zona Maco art fair set a soda can down on a sculpture made of glass and found objects--only for the $19,000 artwork to fall to the ground and shatter.
The death of Najee Jackson Jr. is coming under scrutiny after posts made by the mother in an anti-vaccine Facebook group indicate he was prescribed Tamiflu but the family chose natural "remedies" instead.
Police have arrested a man who reportedly lived in the rafters of a Haggen Northwest Fresh Market in Auburn, Washington for several weeks.
On Monday morning, a jury found Karl Karlsen, who is serving a prison sentence for the murder of his son, guilty of first-degree murder by arson in the 1991 death of his wife Christina.
After a girl in Russia defended herself from an attempted sexual assault, the culprit was revealed to be a police officer.
Mickey Paulk allegedly fed a squirrel methamphetamine in order to create an "attack squirrel."
A man in Rose Hill, Kansas had an unpleasant surprise when he was looking for his keys in the sofa and came face to face with a six-foot boa constrictor.
Police arrested Dominic Calderon on Tuesday for solicitation after he allegedly attempted to pay an undercover police officer posing as a prostitute with a hamburger.
The White House intern at the center of the last impeachment scandal commented "Gee, too bad I had to give videoed witness testimony for the Senate trial in the Clinton impeachment."
State Representative Micah Van Huss has introduced a bill into the House that "recognizes CNN and 'The Washington Post' as fake news and condemns them for denigrating our citizens."
Residents take turns wearing a pair of bear costumes to frighten the primates.
Spencer Alan Boston appeared in court Monday charged with possession of marijuana but found himself in hot water after he pulled out what appeared to be a joint and lit it up in front of the judge.
The Rev. Brian Stanley has been sentenced to two months behind bars after pleading guilty to a 2013 incident in which he encased a teenager that he was supposed to be counseling in tape and bubble wrap.
A pleasure boat carrying more than a ton of cocaine was captured during a rough Atlantic storm by an international team of law enforcement officials.