Members of the Kappa Alpha fraternity tried to load an antique cannon on their front lawn with fireworks, but destroyed the cannon and blew out the window of an second floor apartment across the street.
It was April 1944 when flight engineer Norman Jackson clipped on his parachute, grabbed an extinguisher and crawled out onto the wing of his Lancaster bomber flying through the night at 20,000 feet to put out a fire.
The hunt is back on for a stray crocodile — and local celebrity — that gained fame by managing for months to elude capture by trap, dart and harpoon, foiling even the clutches of a wannabe "Crocodile Dundee."
Students in the Sharyland Independent School District can't share their sack lunches or any other food from home with others without school permission after a student was arrested for giving marijuana-laced brownies to friends.
A Singapore investors association is leading a campaign to get shareholders to behave better at annual meetings following reports of gluttony and aggression in the usually non-confrontational city-state.