A group of climate activists who have disrupted major galleries this week to send a message to the UK government have struck again — this time at the Royal Academy of Art in London.
Two climate activists glued themselves to a 200-year-old masterpiece at London's National Gallery on Monday, the latest in a string of disruptive protests by environmentalist group Just Stop Oil.
The vast majority of UFO sighting reports in the United States occur between 4 p.m. and midnight, peaking between 9 and 10 p.m. Food for thought next time you’re out scoping for alien life.
Uber's list of the 10 most commonly forgotten items won't surprise anyone (think phones, wallets, keys). Where things get strange is its list of the 50 most unique lost items
In the wiggle of a nose, a man covered the "Bewitched" statue in Salem, Massachusetts with red paint, police said.
Here's a look at some of the strangest news stories from the past week.
The new camera is about the size of a cat or small dog, and some cut-outs in the plastic make it appear, from certain angles, to have a tiny mustache.
Also, check out more of this week's weird news, including a Goodwill find in Texas that turned out to be an ancient Roman bust and a film about fancy public restrooms in Japan.
Here's a look at 13 events — good, bad and otherwise — that have occurred on a Friday the 13th.
After accidentally dropping her phone into an Olympic National Forest outhouse, a woman used dog leashes to tie herself off so she could reach it. She ended up falling into the toilet headfirst.
The man who inhaled the drill bit said he now keeps the it on a shelf at home.
In Rio de Janeiro, two rescue dogs have turned local mascots and budding online influencers after joining their rescuers' ranks, wooing their growing audience, one bark at a time.
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Opelika-Auburn News.
These are recent reports of missing children made to local law enforcement. If you think you have seen a missing child, contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).
This week's local crime and court updates from Opelika-Auburn News.
In this episode, Kelli and Michael Paul are talking with Kristin Szakos. During the time of the rally, and before, Kristin was a member of the Charlottesville City Council. She perhaps the first council member to recommend the removal of the Confederate monuments which she did during her cam…
The superintendent of Hanover schools is apologizing about the district using a logo on T-shirts and other materials that resembles a swastika.
The first two months of hurricane season are usually pretty slow. Mid-August to mid-October is prime time for hurricanes.
The Anti-Defamation League reports that Virginia had the nation’s second-highest number of incidents involving white supremacist propaganda last year.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office has arrested an Opelika woman after investigating the death of a Lee County man early Monday morning.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting as a homicide after receiving calls to a residence in the 200 block of Lee Road 705, southeast of Opelika.
Auburn police have arrested a second suspect involved in a burglary reported on June 13 in the 400 block of South Dean Road.
The Opelika Police Department is searching for a suspect involved in a shooting that occurred on July 14 in the 100 Block of Chester Avenue.
Incumbent Bob Parsons and challenger Phillip Pollard are vying for the Ward 6 seat on Auburn City Council. The municipal election is on Aug. 23.
During Tuesday’s forum, each of the three candidates for Ward 5 Auburn City Council cast different visions of how Auburn should move forward.
At the latest Auburn Council candidate forum, Ward 2 incumbent Kelley Griswold and challenger Paul West focused on growth and downtown business.