A study by the American Society for Biochemistry found that dogs can sniff out cancer with 97% accuracy. (https://bit.ly/2U7Q9Im)
Bill Murray’s new zombie movie, “The Dead Don’t Die,” will kick off the Cannes film festival in May. (https://bit.ly/2WZQzm6)
Matt Lauer made a rare public appearance to celebrate Jeff Zucker’s 54th birthday. (https://pge.sx/2IoqJ7a)SCOOP OF THE DAY: Brought to you by BetterCreditCards.net
Khloe Kardashian is set to produce “Twisted Love,” a six part series that explores what happens when love and affection spiral into twisted fame and jealousy. (https://pge.sx/2IpSlc0)Pennsylvania Police are looking for a group of female thieves who stole $21,000 worth of lingerie from a Victoria’s Secret. (https://cbsloc.al/2UsHc1j)
A bear broke into a woman’s car in Colorado, ate the candy in her cupholder, and then wandered into her garage and ate three garbage cans worth of food.
Buckingham Palace insiders claim that Prince William has hired lawyers to combat rumors he’s having an affair.(https://bit.ly/2X4CaFp)
The first residents have returned to their homes next to the Fukushima Power Plant that melted down in Japan eight years ago. (https://bit.ly/2GeVmdZ)
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Police in California are working to track down a man who stole a chainsaw from a Fresno hardware store by shoving it into his pants. Jeff Bennett of RG Equipment told the Fresno Bee that the theft took place Wednesday at 2:45 p.m. and was captured on the store's security cameras. The footage showed a man shoving the chainsaw into his pants and covering it with his jacket before walking out of the store. The suspect then left the area in a pickup truck, which Bennett described as a late-1990s model Ram, silver, with an extended cab. As of last Thursday afternoon, the suspect was still at large and police are hoping someone will be able to identify him based on the security footage. Bennet said he believes the thief had an accomplice who was "scoping out" the store last week. Fresno police Lt. Mark Hudson said one person arrived at the station in connection to the theft to clarify that he is not the thief after saying "he was being blown up" on social media by people accusing him of being the suspect. (https://bit.ly/2I4aRrb)
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