Ryan McVay/Thinkstock(DAYTON, Iowa) -- As the search for Kathlynn Shepard, 15, entered its third day Wednesday, new details emerged about the man accused of kidnapping her and a younger girl from a school bus stop before he killed himself in his truck in a secluded area.Police have identified Michael Klunder, a registered sex offender from...
Photodisc/Thinkstock(KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.) -- The King of Prussia Mall in Pennsylvania kicked out three sisters last Sunday for wearing matching hats with a message: F*** Cancer. Over one of the letters was a strategically placed pink breast cancer ribbon.The ladies, who spoke to the ABC News affiliate WPVI, said they were honoring their...
Sixteen-year-old twins Kiera and Kayla Wilmot with their mother, Marie, in Bartow, Fla. (Credit: Marie Wilmot)(LAKELAND, Fla.) -- Kiera Wilmot is going to space camp.In late April, the 16-year-old central Florida honor student was accused of igniting a chemical explosion on school grounds, leading to her arrest and suspension from school, but...
So embarassing, the cops were called to cut off the cuffs. It seems a patron at an adult entertainment store in Orange, Connecticut, locked himself into a pair handcuffs.
Store employees couldn't get them off, so they called the fire department and then police. But the officers keys didn't work ... the cuffs were eventually cut off with bolt cutters.
Birds in the pants -- means a big hit to the wallet.
Authorities say a Texas man trying to smuggle baby parrots into the U.S. has been fined $2,500.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say the little, green birds were in the man's pockets and his backpack as he was was returning to the U.S. from Mexico on Sunday.
Officials say the birds can't be brought across the border because of concerns about disease.
A masked man dressed as the caped crusader who turned heads. He wasn't cited ... the man usually visits hospitalized children in the Washington D.C. area to cheer them up.
And a few officers even posed for a few photos with the Batman. I'm sure those are posted to Facebook.
WXYZ-TV reports the mystery knitter has covered a bus stop sign post and tree stump with yarn creations.
Yarn bombers have left their mark in public spots from California to Australia.
The Huffington Post reports that cops say the 41-year old man was driving yesterday with his wife to get his nicotine fix when he lost control.
It's the creation of Pennsylvania woman.
She's the winner of the 2012 Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest.
The dish is made with Pillsbury Crescent dough sheets, canned pumpkin and cream cheese. Click here for a link to her recipe!
And that's your Dirty Laundry!
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