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Fire ball above LA not an alien invasion, just a film shoot

The Los Angeles Police Department would like residents to know that aliens are not invading

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LA-area pursuit suspect breakdances before surrendering

Law-breaking turned into breakdancing at the end of a Southern California vehicle pursuit

Man uses nude mannequins to send message to 'nosey' neighbor
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Man uses nude mannequins to send message to 'nosey' neighbor

Jason Windus gave his California neighbor something to look at during a dispute over the height of a backyard fence _ naked mannequins having a garden party

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Police: Duo nabbed trying to steal Capone statue in Arkansas

Authorities say two Missouri men snatched an Al Capone statue from its seat outside the Ohio Club in Hot Springs, Arkansas, early Saturday

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Germany: Drunk passenger demands high-speed train slow down

German police say a high-speed train from Frankfurt to Paris was halted after a drunken man smashed his way into the cab with a fire extinguisher and demanded the driver slow down

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Police: Person with unicorn costume, crowbar robs store

Baltimore County Police say a person dressed in a unicorn costume and wielding a crowbar tried to rob a convenience store Saturday morning in the Baldwin community

Squirrels are damaging some maple syrup operations
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Squirrels are damaging some maple syrup operations

Maple syrup producers have more than the weather to worry about

Moving day: Bear family living in highway median relocated
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Moving day: Bear family living in highway median relocated

A portion of a Massachusetts highway was shut down while state wildlife officials moved a family of bears that had set up a den in the median

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North Carolina thrift show sells 'haunted' furniture for $1K

A North Carolina thrift store has earned $1,000 off a hand-carved bedroom suite that may just be haunted

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Lost rings returned to Boston couple

Two rings lost in the snow at a Connecticut highway rest stop nearly month ago have been found and returned thanks to the sharp eyes of a state trooper