Grocery Store Chain Fills Community Salad Bar With Booze, Cereal, Candy Because Of CoronavirusThe experts say some things will never be the same following the coronavirus pandemic. This may be an example of what they're talking about.
Storm Unearths Shipwreck Buried By Sand For 100 YearsA recent storm that unearthed a capsized boat in Utah’s Great Salt Lake had likely been buried in the sand for more than 100 years, officials said.
Two-Faced Kitten Named Biscuits And Gravy Dies Four Days After BirthBiscuits and Gravy, a two-faced kitten that captured national attention after being born in Oregon last week, has died.
'No Mask, No Service' Signs Pop Up As Businesses Begin To Slowly Reopen"No mask, No service" signs are popping up at all kinds of businesses as the country begins to slowly reopen after the coronavirus pandemic shutdown that began in March.
Survey: Working From Home Impacts Hygiene Habits During Coronavirus QuarantineWe are brushing our teeth less often, taking fewer showers and doing less laundry during the cornonavirus quarantine, according to a recent study.
'He Is At Peace': Siblings Thank Nurses Who Offered Condolences With Signs In Hospital Window After Father Died Of COVID-19When a father of five died from COVID-19, nurses posted heartfelt notes in a hospital window to notify his family waiting outside. Now, the family is displaying their gratitude to those healthcare workers.
Cheerleader Bitten By Copperhead Snake While Practicing Routines In BackyardA Texas high school cheerleader who was using her time away from school during the coronavirus pandemic to brush-up on her skills was bitten by a venomous Copperhead snake and had to be rushed to the hospital.
6-Year-Old Boy Finds Stolen Safe At Bottom Of Lake, Solves 8-Year-Old MysteryA 6-year-old boy who fished out a locked metal safe in South Carolina has uncovered a mystery that's older than he is.
FTC: Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities Cannot Take Stimulus Money From Medicaid PatientsSome nursing homes and assisted living facilities are wrongfully taking stimulus checks from residents who are on Medicaid, the Federal Trade Commission said Friday.
Man With Cerebral Palsy Shares Daily Jokes On Social Media To Cope With Quarantine, Bring Laughter To AllA Virginia man who writes about ups and downs of his life with cerebral palsy is trying to spread a little laughter during the coronavirus quarantine.
Wildlife Group Says This 'Voracious' Invasive Lizard Should Be 'Shot On Sight'An invasive South American lizard that officials in Georgia are attempting to eradicate "should be shot on sight," according to a reptile conservation group.