A trip to find a Christmas tree turned into a potential disaster for young Peyton Myrick.
The two-year-old's grandfather had taken the boy to find the perfect tree on a 300 acre plot of family land in Clover, South Carolina when they got separated and, suddenly, Peyton was nowhere to be found.
When you hear a story about a landlord, it's usually an angry tale concerning neglect or some kind of funny business with a security deposit. Instead, this holiday season we present a tale that will make any heart grow three sizes.
Here in the United States, a kid might spot a turtle during their walk to school. And if he or she is the curious sort, they might pick it up and bring it in for show-and-tell.
Things are little different in Russia, where apparently lions roam free. School children in a Southern Russian village ran into one of these beasts -- a cub -- and brought the furball in to their teacher.
When an image of a police officer goes viral, it's often for something the police department isn't going to be very proud of. But that's certainly not the case with the above photo of New York City police officer Lawrence DePrimo that has been circulating the internet.
Popular culture has long suggested that men would rather be promiscuous than monogamous, celebrating caddish characters like the one Ted Danson played on 'Cheers' or the one Charlie Sheen portrayed on 'Two and A Half Men.' But this may not be completely fair.
First there was soda, carbonated sugar water that was sure to expand your waistline. Then there was "diet" soda, which didn't add any calories to the equation but was sweetened with chemicals that may not be so great for you.
Now, in Japan, there is something called Pepsi Special. This drink is so chock-full of chemicals -- mainly indigestible dextrin -- that there are claims it can actually make you skinnier.
A single speeding camera in Washington, D.C., has put together collection of statistics that would be the envy of entire police forces: Over the last 23 months, the camera has issued 116,734 tickets with fines totaling $11.6 million.
Hurricane Sandy is being called the storm of the century. Being that it is such an unique weather event, nobody is really sure the extent to which its high winds and flooding will damage the East Coast of the United States.
But we may have gotten some insight into the changes to come from a Washington, DC news broadcast. As you can see, NBC 4's cameras captured images of a shirtless horse-headed man jogging through the streets of our nation's capital.
Unless you're driving a truck or bus, you can pretty much ignore the signs which warn how tall upcoming bridges are. But it turns out that many truck drivers also ignore these signs, and as you'll see in this video compilation, they often pay a price for it!
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