Police said the excavator was left running at a job site and construction crews followed the suspect to the store.
Charles Hew Crooks fell from the plane, but police are still investigating how.
Airbnb said it removed the listing and others that have reportedly included former slave quarters in the U.S.
Guinness World Records says this 63-year-old grandmother from Minneapolis has set a new record for having the longest fingernails in the world.
A passenger with two egg and beef sausage McMuffins and a ham croissant in their backpack faces a big fine for undeclared meat.
The 26-year-old told authorities he saw a spider while on the mountain and attempted to burn it using a lighter.
One Facebook advertisement had a box of Choco Tacos for sale with $500 for each one.
The Virginia woman snapped photos of the reptile that she says was a rat snake.
Cat lovers and owners will have a chance to try feline-inspired meals at a new pop-up restaurant in New York.
The pink diamond discovered in Angola is called the “Lulo Rose" and will be sold by the Angolan state diamond marketing company, Sodiam.
The coin bears the image of the zodiac sign Cancer behind a depiction of the moon goddess Luna.
Oh, dear. A bus driver in Lawton, Oklahoma, kept her cool after a deer went flying through the windshield one morning.
The wild monkey attacks have reportedly included a 4-year-old girl who was scratched during an apartment break-in. In another incident, a monkey breached a kindergarten classroom.
The masked stranger turned out to be a 5-year-old boy who likes to wear his Halloween costume from 1988's "Child's Play."
An image of what appeared to be a clump string on Mars went viral last week. The photos were taken by the NASA Perseverance rover's Hazard Avoidance Cameras.
Shaken, not stirred? Velveeta has launched a new $15 “Veltini," complete with olive brine and vermouth.
Sam Reid hopes to redefine what it means to be “healthy” by eating only Taco Bell for a month and examining different health metrics at the end.
To better understand Mars and its atmosphere, NASA is asking for help spotting clouds on the Red Planet.
Fast radio bursts (FRB) are usually one-offs so astronomers are particularly intrigued by this most recent FRB which has a consistent burst similar to that of a beating heart.
Photos of the tree in a rural Ohio town showed glowing, red-hot flames spiraling up the trunk, while the outer branches appeared green and seemingly unaffected.