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  1. Tiger attacks, kills worker at Palm Beach Zoo (w/ video)

    Public Safety

    A Malayan tiger attacked and killed a veteran keeper Friday afternoon at a South Florida zoo, officials said.

    Stacey Konwiser, 38, previously appeared in a Palm Beach Post video about Global Tiger Day.
  2. Shocking video: One gator eats another gator in Florida reserve


    In Florida it seems we're always just a few steps away from an encounter with some type of wildlife.

    Alex Figueroa recorded video of  an 11- or 12-foot alligator eating a smaller gator at Circle B Bar Reserve in Polk County. [Image from YouTube video]
  3. Judge calls breastfeeding mom 'ridiculous' and orders her to 'cover up right now' (w/video)


    Stephanie Rhodus says her 8-month-old son, Archer, doesn't like to be covered up when she is breastfeeding him.

    When Stephanie Rhodus, 25, tried to feed her son Monday during an appearance in a North Carolina court, she was told to cover up by a judge, who scolded her. "I was terrified; I never expected something like that," Rhodus told The Washington Post. "It caught me completely off-guard. I couldn't think straight to present my case properly. It was just - I was in shock." [Image from Fox Carolina video]
  4. Inky the octopus legs it from New Zealand aquarium

    Bizarre News

    LONDON — It was an audacious nighttime escape.

    Inky the octopus escaped his enclosure at National Aquarium of New Zealand in Napier. [National Aquarium of New Zealand]
  5. California woman gives up everything to care for thousands of feline friends

    Bizarre News

    PARLIER, Calif. — It started with a few kittens. But nearly a quarter century later, a California woman has transformed her 4,000-square-foot home into what's believed to be the largest no-cage cat sanctuary and adoption center in the U.S.

    Lynea Lattanzio, founder of Cat House On The Kings, holds one of her cats in Reedley, Calif. Lattanzio has turned her twelve acre, four-thousand square foot ranch home into what's believed to be the largest no-cage cat sanctuary and adoption center in the U.S. [Eric Paul Zamora | The Fresno Bee via AP]
  6. Google apologizes after mic drop minion email prank backfires


    NEW YORK — Google is acknowledging that it pranked itself after an April Fool's Day Gmail tweak angered some people who use Google's email for work.

    A photo provided by Universal Pictures shows the minion characters in the film "Despicable Me 2." [Universal Studios via AP]
  7. The one day we're all comedians

    Bizarre News

    April Fool's Day is upon us again, with its annual awkward political gags, media blunders, eyeroll-inducing ad campaigns, mean-spirited pranks and, if you're lucky, maybe an actual laugh. Alex Boese, curator of the online Museum of Hoaxes, discusses some of history's most influential April Fool's Day jokes. — …

  8. Caught on camera: Woman encounters Florida panther at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary


    A Wisconsin woman's Facebook video of an encounter with a Florida panther at the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is going viral.

  9. Cops say Florida airline employee arrested while smuggling $282,000 in backpack


    WEST PALM BEACH — A Delta Air Lines employee sneaked $282,000 in a backpack into Palm Beach International Airport with instructions to deliver it to a passenger in a restroom, federal officials said.

  10. Story that claims Lady Gaga is moving to St. Petersburg is a hoax

    Bizarre News

    Stop dreaming about hanging out at Kahwa with Lady Gaga, St. Petersburg.