Crashing News of the Day

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Crashing News of the Day: Reporter gets scoop on car crash thanks to being on the air as it happened behind her.

Also, protip for the anchorwoman: Wait until you're sure no one's dead before cracking a joke. And even then, don't.

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Local News of the Day

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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.

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Early Bird Special

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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.

Fruitilarity ensues.

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Cow Caper of the Day

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Cow Caper of the Day: A man dressed as a cow stole a bunch of milk from a Stafford County (Virginia) Walmart, and you know what that means: Time to play "how many bad cow puns can the local field reporter make in two minutes."

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Adding Inflorescence To Injury of the Day

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Adding Inflorescence To Injury of the Day: A Narragansett woman who had her credit card stolen says she received an unwelcome gesture of gratitude from the thief: A bouquet of flowers with a note that read "thnx for ur money."

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Well That's One Way To Go About That

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Well That's One Way To Go About That of the Day: Chatty 13-year-old Jazlyn Freel of Miramar claims her New Renaissance Middle School teacher placed a piece of packing tape over her mouth to keep her quiet during science class.

Jazlyn says the teacher told her "that what happened in her classroom stayed in her classroom, and it was just a joke."

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Local News of the Day

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Local News of the Day: A robber who wrapped his face in cloth "like a mummy" held up a Westmoreland County (PA) mini-mart with a hatchet.

Despite the fact that surveillance footage has not been released, the news team at Pittsburgh's KDKA think they have a pretty good idea what he might look like.

[tvspy /