| Jan 6, 2010
| 4:34 PM
REAL Whale Wars: Japanese Whalers ram and sink Sea Shepherd Conservation Society ship, the Ady Gil. (New York Times) 'Twilight: Eclipse' script leaked? Jackson Rathbone is in SO much trouble. (The Dish Rag) Racist KFC ad: Who OK'd something like this???...
| Oct 27, 2009
ArtPrize finalist and popular favorite "Nessie" was pulled from the Grand River to be placed in a new home near John Ball Zoo.
FOX 17 photographer Jason Hutton got these shots during the laborious process of carefully removing the styrofoam sculpture...
| Dec 15, 2009
| 6:45 PM
A Howard County ordinance designed to thwart the Ku Klux Klan a decade ago has blocked the inclusion of a nativity scene on the lawn of the county courthouse in downtown Kokomo this holiday season.
When a Kokomo resident donated his lighting display this...
| Mar 27, 2009
One was an established screenwriter, newly famous for writing the ground-breaking Hollywood gay romance, Making Love. The other was the "bad boy" of the British cinema, a filmmaker famed for out-there hits such as Tommy and Women in Love.
| Apr 22, 2010
Let's see ... there's Sasquatch, Area 51, the Loch Ness Monster, unicorns, male menopause, the free lunch, leprechauns ... hold it! Back up a bit ... male menopause? OK, before we kick Bigfoot to the curb, let's take a closer look at what many health...
| Apr 12, 2010
| 4:31 PM
RIVERSIDE -- The Loch Ness Monster has nothing on Riverside County's own 'Monster of Lake Evans.' This "monster" turned out to be a very real 20 foot Burmese python.
Riverside County Animal Control Officer Kristina Hillegart captured the huge snake on...
| May 3, 2005
From the deck of his charter fishing boat Big Mack II, Mickey Daniels pierces minnows baited with cat food onto hooks and plunges them 400 feet into the dark water of Lake Tahoe. It's 7:47 a.m. on a day when mist slices distant mountaintops and gray...
| Aug 24, 2004
The mockumentary "Incident at Loch Ness," a film fest favorite that screened this month at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, swirls around the enigma of one overexposed serpent.
Tabloid hog Nessie also rates the longest entry, 9 1/2 pages, in George...
| Dec 20, 2000
Wearing a white steamship captain's hat with shiny black visor, a turtleneck and tailored red blazer, George A. Lewis was the natty nautical personification of "Captain Chesapeake."
As the imaginary bay mariner, the avuncular Mr. Lewis was a fixture on...