West Virginia is joining the list of states creating lotteries to encourage people to get vaccinated. Governor Jim Justice announced that the state will be giving away guns, trucks, and cash on Father's Day.
The Colorado governor is holding a sweepstakes for people who get the COVID-19 vaccine, and it's a pretty decent incentive.
A woman in Idaho who acted as a surrogate for a couple in China is still taking care of their baby 9 months later, the pandemic has made it impossible for them to come to the U.S. and get back into China - so they're stuck until flights become available again.
A Washington kindergarten teacher went viral the other day when his video of him taking his students on a 'virtual field trip' blew up online. People are praising him for going above and beyond, and that it really is a heartwarming thing to see.
It follows the story of the 'Diamond Princess' cruise with hundreds of hours of cellphone footage from passengers, showcasing just what it was like to be at the center of the pandemic.
If you've thought about lying about a medical condition to get a COVID vaccine, you might want to think again. Your insurance provider can see that on your paperwork and even raise your insurance rates if they choose to.
She's even admitted to wearing long sleeves all summer because it's that embarrassing.
They didn't realize their virtual board meeting was open to the public, and they were caught making fun of parents for complaining about the pandemic.
A Canadian couple went driving around their city to play the mobile game 'Pokemon Go' without leaving their car, but because of the stay-at-home order in place - they were fined by an officer.
A restaurant near L.A. wouldn't serve a man because he didn't have a mask on, so he came back with a gun and robbed them. But he didn't take any money, he just stole their chicken.