A two-faced kitten named Biscuits and Gravy passed away after living for nearly four days.
A Maryland family's dog jumped out of their second story window seemingly unharmed.
Experts say that the emotional and physical stress of living through the pandemic have triggered issues like insomnia and unusual dreams.
Last month, FOX 9 told you about the Quarantine Axe Throwing League. What started as an invitation thrown out to others around the world has really stuck.
A man died Friday night after a school bus rolled onto him at the Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wisconsin.
This 3-year-old’s birthday party is such a 90’s vibes.
Authorities are asking for help finding a missing pet lizard in Champlin, Minnesota. According to police, the Asian Water Monitor lizard is 3 feet long and is "good at climbing stuff."
Officials rescued a kayaker who got stranded on a lake in northern Minnesota over the weekend. The kayaker was trying to reach Louisiana by traveling along the Mississippi River.
Unique Clay, 31, gave birth on April 30, tested positive for coronavirus, and was sent home with her baby -- only to die days later.
Two patrolling Las Vegas Police officers happened upon a cat with its head stuck in a soup can.
A new study explores how antibodies from llamas immunized with “prefusion-stabilized betacoronavirus spike proteins” may prove beneficial as therapeutic treatment for COVID-19 patients.
A 68-year-old man is facing assault and battery charges in Oakland County after police said he used a Dollar Tree employee's shirt to wipe his face when she told him he needed to wear a mask.
Troopers in Utah pulled over a 5-year-old boy who took his parents’ car so he could go to California to buy a Lamborghini.
The Grim Reaper made an appearance at Florida beaches as they reopened amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bring your dog, cat, fish, hamster or any other pet to the “Zoomies” conference.
A record litter of 21 puppies was born at an Australian hospital during the COVID-19 crisis.
Two pet cats in New York state have tested positive for the coronavirus, marking the first cases in companion animals in the United States, federal officials said Wednesday.
A woman had to be rescued on the Mississippi River after she rappelled down the Ford Bridge in St. Paul and got stuck, according to Commander Eric Bradt with the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office.
The family spent 90 minutes setting up the toy train and testing to see if it could actually balance food.
The incident on Friday and was caught on body-cam footage by responding officers of the Stamford Police Department.