Candy company exec who mass-produced Peeps gets his own day
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Candy company exec who mass-produced Peeps gets his own day

With prime Peeps season about to get underway, the Pennsylvania city where they're "born" is honoring the man who brought marshmallow chicks to the masses

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Woman rescued after getting stuck in Houston home's air vent

Authorities says they rescued a woman who got stuck trying to enter a vacant Houston home through an air vent

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Home investor finds staircase booby-trapped with a knife

A Philadelphia real estate investor says a home he was scoping out came with an unadvertised surprise _ a stairway booby-trapped with a swinging knife

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Nightmare: Man's car stolen while he's asleep in back seat

A man's nap in the back of his car in Delaware turned into a nightmare after the car he was sleeping in was stolen and crashed

Unclaimed $1.5B prize: South Carolina could be big loser too
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Unclaimed $1.5B prize: South Carolina could be big loser too

The winner of a $1.54 billion lottery jackpot in South Carolina has yet to come forward, and that could make the state a big loser too

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Russia teen refits car, gets shoutout from Elon Musk

A Russian teenager has refitted his car to make it drive backward and got a shoutout from Tesla CEO Elon Musk

Camels found wandering in Arizona yard are back home
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Camels found wandering in Arizona yard are back home

Two camels in southern Arizona are back home after going for an impromptu trek in the desert

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Police: Pot smokers find caged tiger in abandoned house

Houston police say some people who went into an abandoned home to smoke marijuana found a caged tiger

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Haunted by jeers, town rethinks teen trick-or-treat penalty

A Virginia city's penalty of jail time for teenage trick-or-treaters has scared up some ridicule and a possible policy change

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Man who dumped tuna in woods pleads guilty, gets probation

A Massachusetts man authorities say caught a tuna out of season and then dumped the headless, 400-pound carcass in the woods has been placed on probation after pleading guilty to related charges