Aquatic Artist, Convenience Store Crash, and a Mortified Meteorologist
Updated: Thursday, February 27 2014, 02:31 PM EST
Take a look at an aquatic artist, a convenience store crash and a mortified meteorologist.
A once-stranded dolphin has become the Picasso of the pool. "Chance" uses a paint brush connected to a foam pool noodle to create masterpieces at a marine institute in Gulfport, Mississippi. He was rescued after washing up on an Alabama beach three years ago. It's part of an interactive program. For a fee, members of the public can hold a small canvas while Chance paints.
In Oklahoma City a car plowed straight through the side of a gas station. No one was seriously injured but the car was completely inside the building, and had to be pulled out. Police are investigating what happened.
In Bakersfield, CA a spider decided to help with a weatherman's forecast. Aaron Perlman says he has "arachnophobia," and that after freaking out, he eventually squashed the uninvited guest.