"You never expect a wild animal to come in the house," said Spartanburg resident Sandie Ferguson.
Tova Ferris told Newsweek she had never seen "anything like this" before.
In rare cases, the bite of a Mediterranean recluse spider can lead to a condition called loxoscelism that is characterized by skin lesions.
Plumber David Hall believes the root infestation the size of an "anaconda" had been growing in the pipes for more than 10 years.
San Francisco residents strolling a local park on Christmas morning were surprised to find that a nearly 7-foot-tall monolith made of gingerbread had mysteriously appeared in the park just in time for the holiday.
At least 14 seed species have been identified in mysterious packages sent unsolicited to people in the U.S. from China, but officials are continuing to warn those who receive the seeds to not plant them.
A heated argument ensued when a Pennsylvania man was told to "cover while he coughed because of the virus that is going around," eventually resulting in shots being fired at an occupied vehicle.
A Wisconsin woman allegedly stared down a grocery store manager as she licked a freezer door handle in "protest" of the coronavirus, behavior that police described as "uncalled for."
A Florida man was allegedly caught trying to eat a stolen debit card at Walt Disney World on Monday, while also telling police who found him in possession of a bag of cocaine, "I'm not going to lie, it's cocaine."
A Florida hospital worker has denied claims that he was caught sucking on an elderly patient's toes Monday night, insisting that he is not "that type of dude."
A Missouri man was reportedly killed Friday after the Toyota Prius he was attempting to steal a catalytic converter from fell on top of him.
After believing he killed his wife and 6-year-old daughter, Nikolai Gromov risked wolves, bears and even tigers in the Siberian wilderness.
Stephanie Lay of Windham, Maine, is looking for relief after a deluge of letters from United Healthcare filled up her mailbox for nearly a week.
Nicole Gordon, 42, went to the hospital complaining of memory loss and speech problems, but had no recollection of being shot.
"We brought in waste styrofoam and other coastal trash gathered from nearby areas so the 600 participants could carry out clean-up activities," said Lee Dong-jin, mayor of Jindo County, South Korea.
In an audio recording, Bordentown Police Chief Frank Nucera Jr. can be heard saying "It's gonna get to the point where I could shoot one of these [N-words]."
When confronted by the current homeowner, 25-year-old Dylan Hoyt said he felt at home in the house.
After getting into a fistfight with his father-in-law, the man pulled out a knife, threatening the gathering before three guests tackled him to the ground.
When an officer with the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office told Courtney Elizabeth Backes to pull over, she allegedly replied, "Make me."
A company marketing an "anti-hangover" powder was being sued for promoting fraudulent health claims.
Father and son were reportedly hunting boat near Salerno, in an area where hunting wild boar is banned.
Police in Seattle believe the duo told 911 of a shooting nearby to give them time to make their mistake.
Stuart Cook has been ordered to perform 75 hours of community service after passing wind three times at officers conducting a body-cavity search.
The victim can be seen in video footage clutching his still-burning neck and stumbling around on the highway.
Blue sharks are considered "near threatened" globally, though there is no limit on catching them in the United Kingdom.
"I hope you enjoy your moment of glory," wrote one commenter, "and I hope for your sake karma doesn't come bite you hard the next time your out fishing for sharks."
Kristine Barnett says her adopted daughter was, in reality a "diagnosed psychopath and sociopath" who subtracted more than a decade from her age.