Police in Galveston, Texas say a man who broke into a city tour vehicle was caught busting a move on camera. They've released the video hoping someone can identify him based on his dance steps.
A welder from Virginia worked months to get this giant cross finished in time for Easter. It measures 110 feet high, and is anchored with 300 tons of concrete.
It now sits in front of a church along a busy highway, where he hopes it will draw attention, and draw parishioners to come worship.
Remember that flying Delorean in the classic film "Back to the Future"? Well, what if you could "fly" a car in real life? Some automakers say you can with the "Terrafugia Transition", a car its American makers say is the first legal car of the sky. They presented it to the media this week at the International Auto Show in New York and, they say consumers will be able to get their hands on one as soon as next year if they've got close to $300,000.