'Cool It': Rowdy Parents Blamed For 'Alarming Shortage' Of High School RefereesParents of high school athletes in Ohio are being told to "cool it" at their kid's games in an attempt to stem an "alarming shortage" of officials and referees.
School District To Drop Lunch Menus To 'Minimum Level’ During Government ShutdownA school district in North Carolina has announced it will have to revise lunch menus to a "minimum level" to "conserve food and funding."
Study: Chocolate Works Better Than Cough SyrupResearchers believe the properties of cocoa are stickier and more viscose than standard medicine.
Man Who Says He Was Abducted By Aliens Breaks 45-Year SilenceA Mississippi man in declining health is telling a story he's kept secret from his own family for 45 years.
WATCH: Marine Vet Reunited With His Military DogMarine veteran Chad Migkins says he was on edge for weeks after he found out he was going to be reunited with Dini, the K9 he worked alongside in Japan.
Pizza Delivery Going High Tech On College CampusesOhio State University has discovered a high tech solution to feeding hungry students when the closest dining hall is closed: the Pizza ATM.
WATCH: Huge Rotating Ice Disc Mysteriously Forms In River"It looks like the moon has landed in Westbrook!" A massive disc of ice has formed in the Presumpscot River in Westbrook, Maine, a suburb of Portland.
Super Wolf Blood Moon Coming Jan. 20, Epic Eclipse To Last Over 1 HourBest of all, you won't have to stay up late or get up early to see it!
Delivery Driver Caught On Camera Urinating In Resident’s YardA deliveryman was caught on camera Monday leaving more than just a package at a man's home in Utah.
Mother Forgives Son Who Brutally Beat Her After He Dies In CustodyA South Dakota woman says faith is helping her cope with unimaginable grief and sorrow.
Police: Deputy Charged After Mailing Toy Bomb To Colleague As A JokeA Florida sheriff's deputy said he sent a toy bomb to a colleague as a joke, but nobody is laughing.
Citizen Scientists Discover Potentially Habitable PlanetCitizen scientists have discovered a distant exoplanet that's believed to be roughly twice the size of Earth, located 226 light-years from Earth in the constellation Taurus.