A Kentucky hospital that was once the last stop for thousands of people sickened by tuberculosis is now a popular haunt among ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts who say some of the former patients still lurk behind creaky doors and in lonely patient rooms.
Austrian police are seeking witnesses to an unusual theft — of huge amounts of grass, mowed secretly from a farmer's field.
An off-road racing enthusiast has survived being struck by lightning twice during the same storm in North Texas.
A squirrel roaming a community college in northern Iowa has become the No. 1 suspect in a vandalized bicycle incident.
Americans may have the constitutional right to pursue happiness, but Venezuela now has a formal government agency in charge of enforcing it.
A central Indiana woman who promised to donate one of her kidneys to a man she barely knew has married him three years after his successful transplant surgery.
What does the fox say? Ka-ching at the moment, at least for some Halloween costume sellers and two Norwegian TV hosts who asked the question in a goofy video that landed them on U.S. talk shows and music charts.
Creepy crawlies, in the form of a venomous spider infestation, has forced a school in Britain to close a week before Halloween.
A University of Central Missouri graphic design professor has knitted his way into the record books while running the Kansas City Marathon.
Police say the view from space helped them bust a medical marijuana garden with too many plants in Southern Oregon.
If you ever had your lunch disappear from the office refrigerator, consider what one southeastern Pennsylvania man did: He called the cops.
A 6-foot alligator made an unwelcome appearance at the front door of a central Florida Wal-Mart.
Some very dedicated wildlife professionals and volunteers tried their hand at the Arizona equivalent of herding cats recently as they worked to convince some small and very feisty ferrets to leave their crates and go down a burrow to freedom.
For the second time in less than a week, a 'sea serpent' attracted gawkers on a Southern California beach.