The Miami Police Department has announced its new anti-theft pilot program that they hope will reduce car thefts. The tongue-in-check program is called KRAPPY: Keeping robbers away and protecting property with a yeti. The ad does have a serious message and encourages people to remove valuable items from their vehicles.
Dr. Mauricio Rodriguez, a Houston dentist, was touched by the comments Kelsey Schmidt wrote on a Facebook video he posted making fun of the Perfect Smile veneers. He wanted her to smile again, so together with dental technician Ron Wilson, they offered to fix her decaying smile for free.
The Humane Society of the United States in New Hampshire and the Wolfeboro Police Department recorded 'squalid' conditions inside a puppy mill before removing the 84 Great Danes living there. Footage is courtesy of the Humane Society and the Wolfeboro Police Department.
A woman rejected a man’s marriage proposal at a Columbia Fireflies game in South Carolina. Turns out, the rejection was part of a hoax carried out by the pair. The two are actually married, according to a WLTX19 report.
A Clearfield, Pa., business owner captured the drama while passing by the scene of a tractor trailer fire Wednesday evening along Interstate 80 near Bellefonte, Pa. No injuries were reported, but eastbound traffic was backed up for miles.
The Philadelphia Police Department has released a surveillance video showing an elderly woman being mugged earlier this month. Philadelphia police say tips on this case can be submitted by calling 215-686-8477 or texting 773847.
Two suspects, upset over a food order, threw bananas and avocados at an employee at the Stadium Gourmet Deli in New York. The victim suffered laceration, fractures to his face and a broken jaw. He was taken to a local hospital in serious but stable condition. The New York City Police Department released surveillance video of the scene. (No audio with this video)