Prehistoric sabertooth skull found in Iowa likely last of species to walk Earth, researchers say
Radiocarbon dating indicates the male sabertooth cat died at the end of the Ice Age between 13,605 and 13,460 years ago before getting buried in the East Nishnabotna River in southwest Iowa.
Oregon man charged after 'chasing pedestrians' with stolen forklift, police say
The driver was charged with first-degree theft and unauthorized use of a vehicle.
'Eternal Pink' diamond could sell for $35M at June auction
The pink diamond came from an uncut gem that weight 23.78 carats and was mined by De Beers at the Damtshaa mine in Botswana.
Startup uses genetic sequencing to make meatball from extinct mammoth
The startup says it is meant to fire up public debate about cultivated meat.
South Pacific boat rescue; Wisconsin crew responds after whale impact
Sailing the South Pacific, a crew from Muskego, Wisconsin was in the right place at the right time to rescue a group whose boat was reportedly sunk by a whale.
Florida sheriff looking for boater who used yard as bathroom
"Help us identify this lady," the sheriff said. "You’ll get money, and we’ll put her shiny rear end in the county jail where it belongs."
Australian woman uncovers highly venomous snake slithering in her bed
"Check the bed carefully tonight," warned an Australian snake whisperer, who saved a woman from many nightmares after recovering one of the world's most venomous snakes from her bed.
California man arrested 10 times in 31 days
Keith Chastain, 38, faces 18 felonies and 15 misdemeanors from those arrests and charges include stealing 6 vehicles, DUI, vandalism, fraud, possession of a controlled substance, and more.
Woman reunited with camera, photos she lost 13 years ago in river
An Arizona woman thought all was lost when she dropped her digital camera in a river, until a fisherman found it 13 years later and uploaded the photos to Facebook.
2 Virginia inmates escape through hole in wall, captured at IHOP
The inmates utilized tools constructed from a toothbrush and metal object to escape.
Watch: Mons Venus security guard fights off man in devil mask trying to get into club with gun
An armed suspect wearing a devil mask was stopped by security guards, from barging into Tampa's Mons Venus strip club early Sunday morning. Tampa police said their quick-thinking and relentless pursuit of the armed man may have saved many lives.
Lawyer: 29-year-old who posed as teen student in NJ was lonely
A woman accused of using false documents to enroll as a New Jersey high school student and attend some classes over a four-day period did so because she longed to return to her days with friends in school.
Watch: Millions of dead fish surface in Australian river
The Department of Primary Industries said the fish deaths were likely caused by low oxygen levels as floods recede.
World War II mine detonated off coast of Croatia
The mine had to be moved and detonated away from residential buildings.
Firefighters rescue man pinned underneath 2,000-pound safe
First responders said the man became pinned underneath the safe after it had fallen while being unloaded.
Watch: Surreal 'hair ice' grows from dead branch on frozen Washington morning
Nature photographer Mathew Nichols just spent a few chilly nights in the woods of northwestern Washington documenting the surreal formation of "hair ice," which can be found when conditions are just right in the winter.
Man sentenced to life in prison after returning to murder scene to drunkenly tell police 'what happened'
In the video, Marek Hecko approaches the crime scene while "heavily intoxicated." He begins telling officers that he knows what had happened and that he can help.
Dead cat left in NJ resident's mailbox, prompting police investigation
The Cranford Police Department shared footage of someone who left a dead cat in a resident’s mailbox. Do you recognize this person?
'Big Ugly' 3.29-carat diamond found at Arkansas state park
Park rangers said it's the largest diamond found at the park this year and the largest since last September.
Iconic 'tequila worm' in mezcal bottle is not really a worm – here's what it is
“It was not a butterfly or a beetle, as some have thought," Akito Kawahara, a lead researcher of the study, told FOX Television Stations.