A Virginia woman rode her horse to the DMV after her driver's license was wrongfully suspended. After submitting valid proof of insurance both through regular mail and email, the department of motor vehicles claimed they did not receive it and issued a suspension of Ashlee Owens' license. That's when she decided to pay the DMV a visit that created a scene reminiscent of 'the old west.'
After two hours, the DMV acknowledged their mistake and reissued Ashlee her license, allowing her to ride off into the sunset in triumph.
Local News of the Day: Cleveland CBS affiliate WOIO wasn't allowed to film inside the courtroom during the corruption trial of former Cuyahoga county commissioner Jimmy Dimora.
So, naturally, they turned to the next best thing: Reenacting court transcripts with puppets.
Early Bird Special: 14-year-old Bryan Thompson was suspended last month from Colonial Forge High School for invading the football field during a game while wearing a banana costume.
DC's NBC affiliate WRC sent reporter Pat Collins to investigate. He brought along a grape suit.