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Pierogis made for Broadway find new home in restaurantProducers of the now-closed Broadway musical "Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812" are keeping enthusiasm in the show going by opening a place to serve pierogis like the ones made for show attendees
The Associated Press6 hours ago
Michigan lottery tickets with 4 zeroes are worth $5,000When are four zeroes worth $5,000? When four zeroes are the winning numbers in a Michigan lottery drawing.
The Associated Press16 hours ago
Cops: Man who didn't want to drink alone breaks in with beerPolice say a drunken Pennsylvania man who didn't want to drink alone forced his way into a woman's home and sat down with two 12-packs of beer
The Associated Press23 hours ago
In this Sept. 9, 2017 image taken from a video, a worker uses a light near a koala in the wheel arch, in Adelaide, Australia. The koala survived a 16-kilometer (10-mile)  trip in wheel arch. (Metropolitan Fire Service via AP)
Koala survives 10-mile Australia trip in wheel archFor a stowaway who made a 16-kilometer (10-mile) journey squeezed in the wheel arch, a koala was lucky to escape with just scratches
The Associated Press2 days ago
Volunteer Myra Kennett, of the rescue group Bobbi and The Strays, plays with Relay at the facility in Freeport, N.Y., Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. The German shepherd mix went under a backyard fence in West Palm Beach, Fla. in February 2016 and the dog's microchip has been traced back to the owners. The shelter's looking for a volunteer to drive the dog to Florida. (Danielle Finkelstein/Newsday via AP)
Dog that disappeared in Florida in 2016 is found in New YorkA dog that disappeared in West Palm Beach, Florida, in February 2016 has been found in New York
The Associated Press2 days ago
Gas station robbery suspect's getaway car runs out of fuelAuthorities say a man who robbed an Indiana gas station was arrested when his getaway vehicle ran out of fuel
The Associated Press2 days ago
Oh, man! Town might change Board of Selectmen to SelectwomenA Massachusetts town says it will consider changing the name of its governing body from the Board of Selectmen to the Board of Selectwomen
The Associated Press3 days ago
Fish tale: Fisherman gets up close view of humpback whaleA fisherman says he's had a close encounter with a humpback whale near a New Hampshire beach
The Associated Press3 days ago
This undated photo provided by the Westmoreland County Prison in Greensburg, Pa., shows Gregg Andrew Tchirkow, of Monessen, Pa. Tchirkow was ordered to stand trial on charges he threatened a judge by sending her a letter that included a picture of fictional cannibal Hannibal Lecter, the serial killer in the movie "The Silence of the Lambs."  Tchirkow claimed at a Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, preliminary hearing the picture was a "cry for help" and a way to tell the court he needed psychiatric treatment.  (Westmoreland County Prison via AP)
Man who sent Hannibal Lecter photo to judge to go on trialA Pennsylvania man has been ordered to trial on charges he threatened a judge by sending her a letter including a picture of movie cannibal Hannibal Lecter
The Associated Press3 days ago
Dirty money? Wads of cut-up cash found in Geneva toiletsA Geneva official has confirmed a local newspaper report saying wads of cut-up 500-euro (about $600) currency bills mysteriously turned up jammed into the toilets of three neighborhood restaurants and a bank in separate episodes in recent months
The Associated Press3 days ago
Frank Giaccio, 11, of Falls Church, Va., left, is accompanied by President Donald Trump as he mows the lawn of the Rose Garden, Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, at the White House in Washington, with his father Greg Giaccio. The 11-year-old, who wrote the president requesting to mow the lawn at the White House, was so focused on the job at hand that he didn't notice the president until he was right next to him. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
11-year-old boy gets lawn-mowing gig at White HouseAn 11-year-old boy in khaki shorts and a red polo shirt got the lawn-mowing gig of a lifetime when President Donald Trump put him to work in the Rose Garden
The Associated Press3 days ago
This still image provided by City of Newark Public Safety shows two suspects wanted for arson in an apartment building in Newark, N.J.    Police say two people dressed as ninjas broke into a New Jersey apartment building and set several fires. Newark police officials say the unidentified man and woman broke in through a second-floor apartment  Police say the building's sprinkler system quickly doused the flames. No one was injured. (Newark Public Safety via AP)
Police: People dressed as ninjas started fires in buildingPolice say two people dressed up as ninjas broke into a New Jersey apartment building and set several fires
The Associated Press3 days ago
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