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Man who called police to say he was 'too high,' found in pile of Doritos Man Who Called Police To Say He Was 'too High,' Found In Pile Of Doritos

An Ohio man made a strange and not-so-wise call to police last Friday to tell them that he was "too high" on marijuana. Officers found the man on the floor "in a fetal position," surrounded by "a plethora of Doritos, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish and Chips Ahoy cookies."

Hamburgers might be on the menu for Russian cosmonauts Hamburgers Might Be On The Menu For Russian Cosmonauts

The Russian research institute responsible for designing meals for the country's cosmonauts said Thursday it was prepared to consider them, after the head of the Russian branch of U.S. fast-food giant Burger King suggested that it should add cheeseburgers in tubes, according to the website of the Kommersant newspaper. "We're not opposed to this possibility, especially if the food tastes good and the cosmonauts like it," Lyudmila Pavlova, the head of the space food division at the Russian Academy of Sciences, was quoted as saying by ITAR-Tass.

Kip Moore Reveals His Forever Meal Kip Moore Reveals His Forever Meal

Kip Moore is a major health nut. But if he could live on one meal for the rest of his life, he's going with a big country breakfast.

Stepfather of Celina Cass, girl found dead 4 years ago, charged with trespass Stepfather Of Celina Cass, Girl Found Dead 4 Years Ago, Charged With Trespass

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Millbury restaurateurs accused of stealing secret dumpling recipe Millbury Restaurateurs Accused Of Stealing Secret Dumpling Recipe

The owner of a Weston dumpling restaurant has sued three people she says stole her secret family recipe and opened a nearly identical eatery. Nadia Liu Spellman, owner of Dumpling Daughter, says in her lawsuit filed in federal court this week that only three people knew her recipe: herself, her mother and her kitchen manager.

The Latest: South Carolina roads, bridges still closed The Latest: South Carolina Roads, Bridges Still Closed

South Carolina's top agriculture official says he estimates the state may have lost more than $300 million crop losses in recent flooding. Commissioner Hugh Weathers says he flew over flooded areas several times this week and met with state and federal agriculture officials to begin assessing the damage.

Ruling lawmakers in Kashmir punch and kick opposition member for serving beef at party Ruling Lawmakers In Kashmir Punch And Kick Opposition Member For Serving Beef At Party

Lawmakers from India's ruling Hindu nationalist party in Kashmir have kicked and punched an independent member of the state assembly for hosting a party where he served beef. The ruling party lawmakers were angry over a party hosted by Ahmed the previous night at which he served beef.

Missouri burger worker argues at White House for higher wages Missouri Burger Worker Argues At White House For Higher Wages

When President Barack Obama wanted a voice to represent America's working class for a White House event Wednesday, he found it in a second-generation fast food worker from Kansas City, Mo. Terrance Wise, 36, has been working in the fast food industry for more than 20 years.

Unh Survey: Residents Willing to Pay More for Local Produce Unh Survey: Residents Willing To Pay More For Local Produce

A survey of New Hampshire residents shows that they are willing to pay more for locally grown fruits and vegetables, but they may not always know where to find it. Two hundred people were surveyed for the University of New Hampshire study, which said residents spend about 21 percent of their grocery budget on fresh produce.

7 delicious ways to enjoy squash this season 7 Delicious Ways To Enjoy Squash This Season

Squash is good for a lot more than decorating - with a little gussying up, it makes a marvelous weeknight meal.

Love pumpkin pie? Impending pumpkin shortage means you better stock up now Love Pumpkin Pie? Impending Pumpkin Shortage Means You Better Stock Up Now

October is here, and that means it's finally safe to indulge in all things pumpkin flavored . But if you want to make sure you'll be digging into a homemade pumpkin pie come Thanksgiving, experts say you might want to head to the grocery store and That's because record rainfall in June devastated pumpkin crops, farmers have said.

How Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain rose to glory How Great British Bake Off Winner Nadiya Hussain Rose To Glory

Born in Luton to a Bangladeshi family, Nadiya Hussain has been praised as a role model for young British Muslims and even received the backing of the Prime Minister. The child of migrants who came to Britain seeking a better life, Nadiya grew up without an oven in her home and says she spent her childhood wondering why only ice-cream featured on the dessert menu at her father's restaurant.

New Whopper goes in black, comes out green New Whopper Goes In Black, Comes Out Green

Fast-food giant Burger King's new black Whopper, a Halloween-centric take on their menu mainstay the Whopper, is creating some interesting ... output, according to media sources. Burger King says the bun used for the sandwich contains less than 1 percent food dye, according to ABC News.

Man Allegedly Calls Police to Report Being 'Too High' Man Allegedly Calls Police To Report Being 'Too High'

Ohio police didn't need CSI to figure out what happened when they responded to an emergency call from an Austintown home last Friday evening to find a 22-year-old man curled in the fetal position on the floor "surrounded by a plethora of Doritos, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish, and Chips Ahoy cookies." { "position1" : { "type" : "show", "id" : 27292142, "name" : "Investigation Discovery's CrimeFeed", "description" : "Can't resist shocking and outrageous crime stories? Get your fix on all things current and criminal each week as hosts Darren Kavinoky and Loni Coombs bring you the latest on cold cases, huge trials and shocking stories ripped from this week's headlines.

Police: Junk food junkie calls 911 because he was 'too high' Police: Junk Food Junkie Calls 911 Because He Was 'too High'

Police say a marijuana user in Ohio with a stash of tortilla chips and chocolate-chip cookies called them to report that he was "too high on weed." According to , police went to the 22-year-old man's house on Oct. 2 after he called them to complain about his level of intoxication.

Tri-Valley Cuisine Scene: Gotta Eatta Pita finds comfort nosh a recipe for success Tri-Valley Cuisine Scene: Gotta Eatta Pita Finds Comfort Nosh A Recipe For Success

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Boats replace cars in flooded areas of South Carolina Boats Replace Cars In Flooded Areas Of South Carolina

Sister station WITN's Chief Videographer Brandon Hardison found that out Monday as he surveyed neighborhoods along the Pamlico River in Beaufort County. His mode of transportation - a canoe - thanks to a helpful neighbor.

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