Chicago residents are scratching their heads over this age-old mystery.
@Sheboyganscan posts shocking, head-scratching and zen tweets from the Wisconsin city's police scanner.
Also, Hong Kong bans pregnant "birth tourists" from the mainland; New York City's public schools try to avoid using test words like "dinosaur" and "Christmas"; and Britain bans... something.
This year, the city will spread NHL fans out to TV-outfitted community centers and hire an events planner to make the atmosphere more "festive."
The mayor of Medora, Doug Ellison, explains his decision to drop the idea for fake executions.
Also, Boston hates moshpits; an Illinois town repeals Prohibition; New York City's teachers should stay far away from Facebook.
Filmmaker Casey Neistat explains why he decided to reenact his famous 2005 bike-thieving experiment.
There haven't been any recorded homicides in the affluent Virginia county since 2009.
Plus, Los Tigres del Norte Rancho are banned in Mexico for singing about drugs; it's forbidden to sleep in your car in Santa Margarita; get those cars off of your front yards, Muskegon!
A crowdsourced map hopes to help cities identify and address so-called play deserts.
Also, a U.K. town takes care of a snowball-throwing teenager, and California cities ban mobile billboards and force medical-marijuana growers indoors.
Truly, this is a city that loves to watch winged animals duel to their bloody deaths.
Also recently banned in cities around the world: yobbos terrorizing a London suburb, "cruel" live-chicken art and the public roasting of whole cows in Phnom Penh.
Scandalous songs like "Sorry I Got You Pregnant" are banned from radio in Jakarta. Also, a British town restricts sidewalk solicitors; Fruita, Colo., drops its "WTF" tourist campaign; a New York city tells frackers to get drilled.
The cramped city-state is only years away from running out of landfill space.
A new study finds that a majority of police agencies don’t track race in immigrant-rich country.
The city's unique policing system is deeply rooted in its history.
The nature of gang-related homicides varies widely depending on where you live.
Students in Le Roy, New York, are beset by an unexplained storm of tics and verbal outbursts.