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Misleading sign welcomes/prohibits visitors

A malfunctioning city signs sends mixed messages.

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Ohio man busted after responding to sheriff’s Facebook post

STUPID CRIMINAL FILES: After the sheriff asked Facebook to help find a wanted man, the suspect himself struck up a conversation with law enforcement.

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No selfie sticks at the Smithsonian

if you're visiting one of America's greatest museums, leave your selfie stick at home.

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Police issue tickets for pizza, French fries

Police in one New Hampshire town are rewarding residents for doing the right thing.

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For $129 you can dress like Katy Perry’s #LeftShark

The "Roar" singer is cashing in on the dancing shark phenomenon from her Super Bowl half-time show.

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Stop defacing money in honor of Leonard Nimoy

Canadian currency is getting the "Star Trek" treatment and bank officials are not happy.

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Smelly Louisville

There's a bad smell in the city but nobody knows where it's coming from.

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Llama drama captivates the nation

Llama I'm coming home! Two llamas making a therapy visit to an Arizona retirement community escaped, sparking a hilarious chase caught live on TV.

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Forget the Double-Down, KFC launches edible coffee cups

Kentucky Fried Chicken is testing edible coffee cups in some of its stores. Maybe next they'll try edible chicken.

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Who stole the church chocolate?

Sounds like someone had the munchies.

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Forget a house, rent an entire village

If "king for a day" sounds too majestic, a small Hungarian village will let you become deputy mayor for a few days.

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Bank robber busted after coffee break

A would-be bank robber nearly got away ... if he hadn't stopped for a Dunkin Donuts coffee break.

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‘Hibernating’ pet tarantulas stolen from crawlspace of house

Why would you want to steal five giant, scary spiders?

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Town has the tastiest water on tap

Wine tasting, whiskey tasting ... but ever heard of a tap water tasting?

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Burglar pauses for pizza break

A man accused of breaking into a restaurant, munching on pizza and guzzling beer before making off with $150, has been sentenced to a year of probation.

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Dog gone it: Police fire K9 companion

A Florida police dog is being kicked off the force after biting a doughnut shop worker.

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Kentucky town issues ‘warrant’ for ‘Frozen’ weather

The cold might not bother Disney's Queen Elsa, but it's wreaking havoc everywhere else.

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Give winter the flush with the ‘potty plow’

A toilet plow is the latest - and silliest - way to shovel the snow.

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Oops … You actually aren’t ‘one of the select few’

Carnegie Mellon University mistakenly informed about 800 applicants that they were accepted into the school's prestigious computer science program.

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Who let the dogs in here?

Legislators are considering a bill what would allow people to bring their four-legged buddies into bars.

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Today in entertainment history: March 5

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Remember the time Martha Stewart was convicted in federal court? That was 11 years ago!

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Washington House votes to retake tuition-setting power

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The Washington House of Representatives has voted to revoke tuition-setting power it previously gave to the state's universities.

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Critics rap payday lenders’ attempt to change Washington law

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Payday lenders are pushing Washington lawmakers to change a state law that restricts high-cost loans marketed to poor people.

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Washington House passes bill to outlaw spying via drone

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It would become a crime to spy on people with a drone under a bill passed by the Washington House of Representatives.

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Senate OKs judicial review of mental health decisions

A sidewalk outside the Legislative building is bustling with people on the first day of the 2014 session of the Washington state Legislature, Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.

Bill would allow family members to ask a judge to step in if a mental health professional will not involuntarily commit a relative they believe could be suicidal or a danger to others