LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at what's trending on the web today!
Man caught breaking million dollar vase
Trending on the web today, a south Florida artist is facing charges for allegedly dropping a vase on purpose. This isn't just any vase though. It's valued at $1 million.
The incident was caught on camera. The defendant reportedly told police he destroyed the vase at the
Ai weiwei's (eye-way-way) exhibit in protest.
He is upset because only international art is shown at the gallery.
Study: discussing movies helps couples
Looking to make love last? Watch more movies!
A University of Rochester professor of clinical psychology has been testing his theory by asking couples over one month to watch five movies that explore relationships, then discuss the films.
The study found that couples who'd watched movies together, and talked about what they saw, were 50 percent less likely to divorce.
The suspect is charged with criminal mischief.
Olympians bringing home stray dogs
An Olympian is coming home a few days late from Sochi after falling in love with a litter of puppies.
Skier Gus Kenworthy wasn't joking when he tweeted last week that he would do all he could to adopt and bring home several stray Sochi puppies.
The 22-year-old silver medalist is now delaying his trip home so he can get all of the paperwork in to adopt four stray pups.
Kenworthy isn't the only Olympian bringing home a new pet; Snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis and David Backes are also bringing back puppies.
Many of the Americans have said the city of Sochi is over-ran with stray dogs.
Chicken and chihuahua become friends
Speaking of dogs, there's a chihuahua in Georgia who's made quite the friend.
Meet BFF's Penny the chicken and Roo the Chihuahua.
An animal lover who works at an Animal hospital in Georgia adopted the pair.
As you can see, Roo gets around in a wheelchair, as he doesn't have his front legs.
Their owner said the two get along great even though sometimes Penny likes to steal Roo's treats and chew toys, but they're big snugglers.
The two have become stars of the animal hospital's Facebook page.
People even come in just to visit with the pair.