- Not quite warp speed: Speeding man had alien doll passenger
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (AP) — Police say a motorcycle officer who stopped a driver for speeding on a suburban highway north of Atlanta had an 'extraterrestrial encounter' — sort of.
- 20-pound live lobster found in luggage at Boston airport
BOSTON (AP) — The Transportation Security Administration says a 20-pound (9-kilogram) live lobster has been spotted in a passenger's luggage at Boston's Logan International Airport.
- Alabama man accused of stealing Atlanta Braves golf cart
ATLANTA (AP) — Police say an Alabama man is accused of stealing a golf cart at the Atlanta Braves stadium and crashing it.
- 80-year-old woman attacked, mauled by rabid bobcat in garden
SUNAPEE, N.H. (AP) — An 80-year-old New Hampshire woman fought off a rabid bobcat with the help of her two dogs and her gardening sickle.
- Man sits in jail when drywall powder is mistaken for cocaine
OVIEDO, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man spent 90 days in jail after police officers who stopped him for driving without headlights said white powder found in his car was cocaine.
- 'Embarrassing' Berlin police removed from G20 security duty
BERLIN (AP) — A group of Berlin police officers helping with security ahead of next week's Group of 20 summit in Hamburg has been sent home after some reportedly partied excessively at the barracks where they were staying.
- "Explicit" show at South African prison ignites scandal
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — AT least 13 South African officials face possible suspension after photos showing scantily clad female entertainers with inmates at a Johannesburg prison circulated on social media.
- Norwegians collect money to fix penis-shaped rock formation
HELSINKI (AP) — Activists are collecting money to repair a penis-shaped rock formation in southern Norway after the popular tourist attraction was found badly damaged.
- Transplanted: Large Idaho sequoia tree finds new home
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A large sequoia tree with a history rooted in conservation was standing in the way of progress, so on Sunday, it was moved.
- Town limits councilman's broadcast of taps over loudspeaker
GLEN ROCK, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania town councilman who broadcasts taps at his home through loudspeakers every night must limit the activity.