A new cologne hits the market later this summer that's touted to smell like Aggie spirit.
A young man who drank a quart of soy sauce went into a coma and nearly died from an excess of salt in his body, according to a recent case report.
Scorpion triggers panic on the set of NBC affiliate KPNX.
Community leaders object to "anatomically correct" statue.
Police: Driver tries to hide in cactus after crashing car during drunken sex.
A homeless man is in jail after throwing pieces of concrete at a St. Petersburg hotel.
A Tennessee man who stole a big-rig truck in California, caused several accidents and told investigators he was fleeing zombies when he did it has pleaded guilty to several felonies.
Woman upset with the amount of pickles on her sandwich assaults sandwich shop worker.
Airport mix-up sends wrong body to South Carolina funeral home.
Dangerous, disease-spreading pests prove "everything's bigger in Texas".
Woman declared dead after disappearing in 2002 found alive and well.
Environmental officials in New York City are warning the public to be on the lookout for an aggressive, air-breathing fish that may be invading the city's waterways.
We've seen beer brewed from everything from facial hair to bull testicles. Now you can add half-digested coffee beans picked out of elephants' dung to the list.
Huge boa constrictor captured outside Tampa International Airport.
Man opens cages at Florida wildlife park before being tackled by employee.
South Florida residents are being warned to be on the lookout for one of the world's most destructive invasive species: the giant African land snail, which can grow as big as a rat.
An eight-year-old Tennessee girl has been sent home from school 24 times this school year because of what her mother describes as her foul odor.
A Brazilian brewer is churning up controversy over an ad for beer-flavored ice cream that some claim could encourage children and adolescents to drink.
When Jade King became pregnant, she probably didn't bet on delivering one of the United Kingdom's biggest newborns.