His name is Soda Pup, a 75-pound brindle boxer with all the breeding necessary for curbside service, plus horse saddle bags and a vest with two pouches.
Portions of bobblehead sales will go to the American Hospital Organization's 100 Million Mask Challenge.
A tractor-trailer loaded with toilet paper went up in flames early Wednesday morning near Dallas.
A New Jersey man the governor described as a "knucklehead" faces multiple charges after he allegedly coughed on a grocery store worker and then claimed to have coronavirus.
A Georgia man who feared getting the coronavirus pointed a gun at two women wearing medical masks and gloves in a post office, authorities said.
Anthony Ponzi is charged with two felony counts of aggravated battery to a peace officer and several misdemeanor charges, including battery DUI and resisting arrest, Chicago police said.
A suburban Chicago restaurant is offering a unique perk with every to-go order in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak: a roll of toilet paper.
Orange County deputies have arrested a man for allegedly stealing 66 rolls of toilet paper from an Orlando hotel.
A bar in Phoenix has started delivery service, and it's offering free rolls of toilet paper to customers who place orders.
One police department in Oregon posted a reminder on their Facebook page, asking the public to not call 9-1-1 if they run out of toilet paper.
Lawyers for a longtime Alabama sheriff seeking a delay in his Monday theft trial wrongly claimed the officer was being tested for the illness caused by a new coronavirus.
A Louisiana woman was arrested on drug charges after police determined the $5,000 cash she used to post an inmate's bail had a “strong odor of marijuana.”
Firefighters in England were called to “save the bacon” Saturday after a pig sparked a fire in its pen by swallowing a pedometer which then combusted “after nature had taken its course,” officials said.
Reports say that the family meant to order 48 rolls of toilet paper, but instead ordered 48 boxes, which contains 2,304 rolls.
A Colorado condominium owner said this week she had to spend hundreds of dollars and lost about two months’ worth of rent, in an effort to evict squatters who left behind underwear, dirty dishes, a snake and sex toys.
A central Florida woman is accused of submitting false voter registration information that switched the party affiliations of voters without their knowledge, sheriff's investigators said.
Police in one Louisiana town say its officers recently managed to catch a driver who was driving on tabs that have expired.
A prosecution psychiatrist says a Florida college student was legally insane when he fatally attacked a couple outside their home, chewing off part of the man's face, court documents filed this week show.
A silly 2015 exchange between two siblings led to an event that has since gone viral: a wedding in which the unamused bride was forced to welcome a very dapper llama as a guest.