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  • Man says he petted zoo cougars after calling ‘Here, kitty’

    A man who jumped a fence to pet cougars at the Columbus zoo and posted video of it on YouTube says he jokingly called "Here, kitty" and moved closer when the animals seemed to respond.
  • Summer snow turns Wyoming mountains into winter wonderland

    The middle of summer looked like the middle of winter in the mountains of western Wyoming.
  • New Hampshire baby receives lifetime hunting-fishing license

    A 6-month-old New Hampshire boy has become the first child to get a newborn hunting and fishing license in the state.
  • Diner en Blanc: New York leads world’s biggest popup picnic

    Five thousand people dressed in white got together for the world's largest popup picnic at a location revealed only at the last moment.
  • Cat found alive aboard sunken boat pulled from Lake Havasu

    A trapped, hungry, wet and scared cat is now safe after it was found tucked away in a boat that had sank to the bottom of Lake Havasu.
  • Scott Walker orders American on cheesesteaks, avoiding gaffe

    The governor of the nation's top cheese-producing state visited the capital of cheesesteaks on Tuesday and ordered two topped with American, skipping the customary Cheez Whiz but avoiding the blunder of a former presidential candidate who was ridiculed for wanting his with Swiss.
  • Cops: 2-state chase began over warrant for stolen underwear

    Police say a man who led officers on a wild two-hour chase spanning two states had been facing charges of stealing $21 worth of underwear from a supermarket.
  • Get the waffles! Maple syrup spills on New Hampshire highway

    The only thing missing was the waffles.
  • Hiker climbs tree to escape coyotes, gets stuck for 5 hours

    A hiker trying to escape from coyotes in a wooded area of southern New Jersey has gotten stuck in a tree for nearly five hours.
  • Putrid-smelling flower attracts large crowds in California

    Officials with UC Berkeley's botanical garden say the garden had its busiest day in more than a decade as people flocked to get a whiff of the "corpse flower," a plant known for its pungent odor.