Police say the incident started with some sort of domestic dispute.
Another man who spent 25 hours atop a sequoia tree in downtown Seattle in March was charged with malicious mischief, but was later found incompetent to stand trial.
PHOENIX (AP) — Police say a car crash that critically injured a driver and shut down part of a Phoenix freeway was started by a fight between the man and a passenger.
Authorities say the southbound lanes on a section of State Route 51 near the Northern exit were closed for several hours Sunday.
Hemingway (no relation) wins look-alike contest in Key West
Dave Hemingway — a 65-year old from Macon, North Carolina who is no relation to the famed literary figure — won the contest Saturday night at Sloppy Joe's Bar.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard says it's looking for a man who has cost the service about $500,000 after responding to nearly 30 of his fake distress calls.
The Coast Guard also says hoax calls distract rescuers from real emergencies, putting both the public and the responding crews at risk.
KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska woman who drove her husband's body on a days-long traveling wake and used ice from local canneries to keep him cold is not accused of breaking any laws.
Ketchikan Police Chief Alan Bengaard told the Ketchikan Daily News (http://bit.ly/2a4IF5q) that the woman stopped at several canneries for ice to put in the truck bed during the "rolling wake."
(AP) — U.S. Border Patrol officials say two Canadian teenagers were briefly apprehended after they accidentally crossed the U.S. border into Montana while playing the game "Pokemon Go."
Border Patrol Agent John South says the teens were engrossed and wandered into the United States.
NEW YORK (AP) — Too busy with your real life to play the hit augmented reality game "Pokemon Go?" For a price, entrepreneurs will play the game for you.
Ads are being posted on Craigslist by people who say they will log on to your "Pokemon Go" account and effectively run up your score while you are stuck at work or sitting in class.
Police spokeswoman Detective Chakia Fennoy says the bulls got loose early Friday and made it only a block away, then hung out and ate grass.
Fennoy says police officers used cruisers to block the bulls in at an apartment complex parking lot.
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey town made famous by the "Jersey Shore" reality TV series and its hard-partying cast is ready for some quiet time on its beaches.
Many critics of the MTV show, including Republican Gov. Chris Christie, complained it offered an unflattering portrayal of the state.
Pennsylvania police seeking owner of unclaimed pot package
(AP) — Police in eastern Pennsylvania have a package they'd like to return to its intended recipient — containing more than four pounds of marijuana.
Fire officials say the manager had received a complaint of a pungent odor.
The tenants were allowed back into their apartments after authorities determined Wednesday night that the substances weren't explosive or a health hazard.
Maine Department of Marine Resources spokesman Jeff Nichols says the lobster will be quarantined to protect other marine life.
Animal welfare group People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals is pushing for the lobster to be released into the wild so it can live out its "golden years at sea."
Over the centuries, through genetic and cultural adaptation, humans and a wild bird species have learned to work together with a simple sound: "Brrr-hm."
When human honey-hunters make that call, the bird called the honeyguide does its namesake job with incredible accuracy, leading people to hidden bees' nests.
When biologists compared the "brrr-hm" sound to other sounds, the traditional sound sent the honeyguides to hidden bees nest three times more often than the control sounds, according to a study in the journal Science Thursday.
The people of the region, who make a living on the honey, have axes and other tools that can get at those nests and they use smoke to chase the bees away, reducing the stinging problem.
Richard Wrangham, a Harvard University evolutionary biologist who wasn't part of the study, said this is the most advanced bird-mammal relationship in the world.
The honeyguides are ruthless parasites , depositing their eggs in other species' nests and then, when the baby honeyguide hatches, it kills its foster siblings with a beak that has a hook at the end.
(AP) — A Colorado bed and breakfast owner armed with just a length of rope helped save a black bear with a giant plastic container stuck on its head.
Carbondale District Wildlife Officer John Groves tells ndependent newspaper that officials tranquilized the bear and cut the container off its head.
(AP) — An Oklahoma woman is recovering from third-degree burns to her thigh caused by hot pennies that spilled in her sport utility vehicle on a scorching summer day.
According to the National Weather Service, the heat index was 104 degrees on the day Sechrist suffered the burns.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Animal rescue officials recovered armloads of cats and kittens from a vacant house in the nation's capital after a real estate agent found two women living there illegally and called police.
Suffolk County police say the woman was driving in a high-occupancy vehicle lane, which is restricted for travel during busy times unless a driver has a passenger.
Police say the dummy was made with a pile of clothes topped with a baseball hat.
Adele Dunlap became the country's oldest person earlier this month following the death of Goldie Michelson, of Worcester, Massachusetts, The Record newspaper reported (http://bit.ly/29VvKkY).
Dunlap taught school before marrying and settling down to raise the couple's three children.
"Last year, when we were telling her it was her 113th birthday, she said, 'No, no, no, I'm only 102,'" recalled Susan Dempster, the care center's activities director.
Dempster said Dunlap is a passive participant in daily activities and socializes minimally, but looks forward to Girl Scouts' coming to sing Christmas carols.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man and his mule who serve coffee to hikers and bikers in remote areas of the popular Boise foothills trails have sidestepped federal regulatory rules by getting permission from three private landowners.
The Idaho Statesman reports (http://bit.ly/29O6b7W) in a story Thursday that Matt Bishop and his mule, Richard, received permission from the landowners who provide easements for the Ridge to Rivers trail system.