After the game, coach Blake White wanted to raise his team's morale, so he decided to take the students to Hooters, according to the Times-Union. That decision has sparked some controversy among parents and administrators.
A long-lived urban legend about the origins of feral parakeets in the British Isles has finally been disproven, and rock legend Jimi Hendrix is not to blame for the wild birds.
The Ohio House of Representatives has passed a bill that would prohibit municipalities from restricting the use of plastic bags.
Rebecca Kaplan said she contacted a cruise ship company about docking a vessel at the Port of Oakland to house as many as 1,000 homeless people.
The driver of the bus, which was taking students home from Buffalo Creek Middle School, made all of the kids exit the vehicle while he called emergency services.
Austin police have charged 21-year-old Samuel Hemmit with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after a bizarre incident at the Taco Bell he worked at.
Arielle Haspel's Lucky Lee advertised itself as a Chinese eatery for people who cared about health and the quality of ingredients.
A Southern California Church put up a Nativity display that uses the religious symbolism of Jesus' birth to draw attention to the plight of migrants at the border.
The European Court of Human Rights said Dominique Petithory Lanzmann does not have legal standing to bring her late son's sperm to a fertility clinic in Israel so it can be implanted in eggs to make her grandchildren.
Haines City Police Department arrested Evenaud Julmeus on Sunday after they determined that he had left his son on the side of the road after an argument during which he accused the boy of being gay.
A teenager captured bizarre footage of a man driving down I-15 in Utah with both hands off the wheel while playing a trumpet and looking away from the road.
21-year-old Lloyd Bagtong was taken into custody by Talisayan police in the Misamis Oriental province, charged with murdering a woman, cutting her head off and eating her brains.
Dante Mantovani released a video on his YouTube page in which he connected rock music to the "abortion industry," and also referenced "satanism"
A holiday commercial from a major retailer has Canadian tree farmers upset because it positioned artificial Christmas trees as an environmentally conscious alternative to cutting one down.
The University of North Carolina has agreed to pay a group linked with the promotion of racist ideas $2.5 million in a settlement for a lawsuit that is drawing scrutiny from lawyers.
Police say that 20-year-old Kentarias Gowans tried to pull an ill-advised Thanksgiving robbery at his place of employment, a Steak 'N Shake in Oakwood, Florida.
Roberto de Jesús Escobar Gaviria, the former accountant for the Medellin cartel, has announced the release of an Escobar-branded mobile phone that he believes will take Apple down.
Saskatchewan police apprehended a man and a woman near the Saskatoon Provincial Correctional Centre on suspicion of using a potato cannon to send contraband over the fence.
Akitoshi Okamoto, 71, could face charges of obstruction of business for calling KDDI's customer service line thousands of times because his phone could not pick up radio broadcasts.
After a delivery truck spilled doughnuts all over a road in Brookhaven, officers showed up to the scene to document the carnage on social media
During William Gossett's sentencing, the judge called him a "one-person crime wave that terrorized this community for four years."
Harold Eugene Denson III was sentenced to 90 days in jail and will be made to write a 500-word essay on the process of becoming a United States citizen.
A burglar got more than he bargained for when he broke into the house of Willie Murphy, an octogenarian powerlifter who has set multiple records.
Morgan Taylor, a student at High Point University, went to the salon on Thursday night to get her nails done. Midway through her manicure, she looked over and saw a skinned animal being cut apart on a blue tarp on the floor.
A Labrador retriever named Max in Port St. Lucie, Florida hopped behind the wheel of a 2003 Mercury Sable and spent the next hour driving in reverse around a cul-de-sac until police arrived.
Zhu Zhong-fa,43, went to the hospital for a persistent headache that lasted more than a month, but when doctors scanned his brain, they found he had hundreds of tapeworms living there.
Police who pulled over a man in Chippewa Falls were flummoxed when they tried to run his license plates only to discover they were made out of recycled Hamms beer boxes.
New research into the global donkey population indicates that the trade in the animal's skins has exploded to such a level that they face population collapse.