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The Daily Word in Jesus' Junk, Airport Alligators and Typhoon Haiyan

The Daily Word

The mayor of Tacloban, a Philippines city hit hard by the recent typhoon, is calling for residents to flee after an attempted mass burial was cancelled due to gunfire.

Want to help the 9.5 million people affected by Typhoon Haiyan? Send money, not goods, to the Philippine Red Cross.

Teenagers in Santa Fe broke into a home, stole some electronics and then fled. They also left a trail of candy right to their hideout, allowing Detectives Shaggy and Scoob to quickly issue a citation.

Jesus' trunk or Jesus' junk? Either way, it's getting covered up at an Albuquerque church.

UK police say that a spy who was found decomposing inside a padlocked gym bag probably died accidentally. They then nervously shuffled their feet, avoided eye contact and tried to change the subject.

Did you release a live alligator at O'Hare airport? If so, the police would like to have a word with you.

 
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