Two Greene County, Mo., corrections officers were charged with misdemeanor third-degree assault for standing on a roof and urinating on inmates as they played basketball.
All the News That's Fit to Reprint
The Harvard Crimson ran a correction stating that its story about the Harvard-Princeton women's lacrosse game "contained an inordinate number of factual errors. The article was accidentally written using a press release from last year's lacrosse game."
How a Buffalo Got in My Pajamas, I'll Never Know
At 2:30 a.m., Ryan Gray, a 285-pound Colorado football lineman, broke down the dead-bolted door of an apartment he believed to be his own and collapsed on a couch. Gray, who was six miles from his dorm at the time, fled on a bicycle when the police were called. After being arrested, he denied breaking down the door but admitted to being "really drunk."
Lef'sssss Get Rrrrready To Giggle
Heavyweight boxer Lance Whitaker went to court and had his name changed to Goofi.
Please Don't Get Him Started on Tango & Cash
Twenty-five years after Rocky was released, Joe Frazier was still claiming that Sylvester Stallone had stolen his life's story. "That Stallone," said Smokin' Joe to GQ. "What a phony scum booger he is."
Even Better, I Cant Hear A Damn Thing That Joe Frazier Says Anymore