Rockland County, New York - Cats-- they're not usually very scary... but one in a New York neighborhood is really freaking people out. It's been running around, scratching people and attacking dogs. It has one family so scared, they only feel safe hiding in their pool, surrounded by water. Another family was forced to stay with a relative in another city, after the cat sat on their welcome mat, just waiting to attack when they came out. Needless to say, the cat wasn't welcome.
RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - As McDonald's rolls out a huge promotional campaign tied in to the Minions movie, the toys in the Happy Meals are making some customers blush. Multiple customers contacted NBC12 complaining about the Caveman Minion's language. The customers said they thought the Minion toy was using profanity or off-color language. A McDonald's spokesperson refuted the idea the Minion was using foul language, or even
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See this deer above? This is the face of a deer held captive inside of a house for at least a year, according to West Virginia Natural Resources Police. On Friday, police said they responded to a report that deer were being kept inside of a house in Cabell County. Officers saw a deer standing in the middle of the house when they arrived and spoke with a man at the house.
HSBC has sacked a group of employees after they published a video online in which they pretended to be Islamic State militants and carry out a beheading at a go-karting track. In an eight-second video first published on Instagram, a man wearing an orange jumpsuit is shown kneeling on the floor surrounded by five men dressed in black, one of whom is holding a pretend knife. According to The Sun, the employees were from the bank’s legal division in Birmingham, and were on a team building exercise.
Toronto police have charged a man for driving in a high-occupancy-vehicle (HOV) lane with two mannequins. The lanes are for cars carrying at least three passengers during the Pan Am/Parapan Games. On Wednesday, an officer saw a Dodge pick-up truck driving eastbound on the Gardiner Expressway, just east of Kipling Avenue in the HOV lane. There appeared to be a person in the front passenger seat and one in the back, in addition to the driver.
ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Summer in St. Louis means its convention season and that’s big business for the Bi-State region. ‘Yeah we got about 1500 people in St. Louis for our national conference, a little more than 1500,’ says Gary Arnold, President of Little People of America. ‘It’s a national conference that we hold'. Since 1957 the little people of America have been getting together, this year in the Gateway City for a national conversation.
9 months ago
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