300 animals in a home in Berea, Parma have had to be rounded up and taken away by authorities, and their owners cited for various violations in relation to the animals.
Octomom is back on welfare, according to new reports out on Sunday.
Justin Bieber has met a girl in hospital who was too sick to attend his concert in Salt Lake City on Saturday.
A Criminal Minds star has been arrested on suspicion of DUI, according to new reports out Sunday.
The New England Patriots will clash with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, with the Patriots not only looking to bounce back from their tough loss to the San Francisco 49ers last week, but looking to smash the Jaguars by so much that they can be confident last week was just a simple hiccup.
The Indianapolis Colts will come up against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon in an attempt to finally confirm their spot in the playoffs. The Colts had been running steady until last week when they were given a tough lesson against the Houston Texans. However, they can get themselves back on track for the postseason today if they can claim a win against the lowly Chiefs.
A woman has miraculously slept through a tornado as it devastated the area she normally sleeps in on Thursday night. However, Betty Russell, who is set to turn 77 years old on Dec. 26, has testified that she believes angels kept her safe as she randomly fell asleep on her sofa that night, not even waking as a tornado ravaged the rest of her home, leaving her completely unharmed.
An engine has failed on a flight from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on Friday, forcing the pilot to quickly turn the plane around and make an emergency landing again at the same airport it had taken off from just minutes before.
Ashton Kutcher has finally filed for divorce from actress Demi Moore on Friday, as the actor filed court papers citing irreconcilable differences. Despite the move to finally confirm the end of their marriage, the court filing gave no indication of any divorce settlement in place between the pair.
Katie Holmes forgot her Broadway lines as she was set to deliver a central speech in her first Broadway play "Dead Accounts."