Two women have delivered healthy babies on back-to-back days in the parking lot of the same Burger King restaurant in New Jersey.
Denville police say they were called to the restaurant Friday night for a woman going into labour. They say the parents were on the way to the hospital but got stuck in traffic and had to pull over.
Officers and emergency responders then helped the woman deliver a healthy son.
The same patrol officers went back to the restaurant the next night for a report of another woman going into labour. Authorities say the couple was heading to the hospital when the woman started going through severe contractions.
Officers helped deliver another baby boy in the couple's vehicle.
British engineers say they have launched a "sewer war" against a giant fat blob clogging London's sewers.
Thames Water officials said Tuesday it is likely to take three weeks to dissolve the outsize fatberg.
They caution against expecting quick results as the fatberg is 250 yards long and weighs as much as 11 double-decker busses.
The unsavoury blob consists of congealed wet wipes, diapers, fat and oil.
Thames Water's Matt Rimmer says the fatberg is "a total monster and taking a lot of manpower and machinery to remove as it's set hard."
He said the task is "basically like trying to break up concrete."
Eight workers are using high powered jet hoses to break up the blob before sucking it out into tankers for disposal at a recycling site.
Some New York City foodies say a neighbourhood pizza festival has left them with a bad taste in their mouths.
Prosecutors are looking into the New York City Pizza Festival after attendees fumed that they paid $75 each to eat cold slivers of pizza in a parking lot in Brooklyn on Saturday.
The festival was promoted as a celebration of pizza. Attendees say on Facebook they instead got cold slices of pizza "smaller than a sample size," served with glasses of warm wine.
WNBC-TV reports Democratic state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (SHNEYE'-dur-muhn) is urging attendees to file complaints on his website. A spokesman says prosecutors opened an investigation Monday.
Festival organiser Ishmael Osekre says event producer Hangry Garden delayed the event. The event producer contends it was misled by the organiser and wasn't paid.
Two manatees were stranded after Hurricane Irma sucked water out of Sarasota Bay in Florida's Manatee County.
Several people posted photos Sunday of the mammals on Facebook, hoping rescue workers or wildlife officials would respond. Michael Sechler posted that the animals were far too massive to be lifted, so the rescuers gave them water.
Marcelo Clavijo posted that a group of people eventually loaded the manatees on to tarps and were able to drag them to deeper water.