LITTLE ROPCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at some of the stories trending today on the web.
All's forgiven, Phil: Groundhog may be pardoned
Talk about a ratings problem. Since spring has started, no one has received more grief for the cold temperatures than Punxsutawney Phil.
An Ohio prosecutor got so fed up with the winter-like weather he indicted Phil for fraud. Phil's handler, Bill Deeley, said not to blame the groundhog because he was the one who misinterpreted the forecast.
Charges were dropped against the animal Tuesday.
Yes. We have come to this point where we now want to prosecute a groundhog.
Chinese bus driver dodges death as pole smashes through windscreen
A Chinese bus driver was behind the wheel of a bus carrying 26 passengers when a collapsed lamppost smashed through the windshield.
He was hit and his spleen ruptured, but he still managed to avoid another catastrophe by steering the bus to the side of the road and slowing it down.
The bus stopped once it hit a guardrail, and the driver was taken to the hospital to get treated for the ruptured spleen.
No one else suffered any other serious injuries.
The 2-year-old bedtime bandit
If you are a mother of two or more kids, then inevitably one of them will want the same toy, shirt, etc. from the other sibling.
That's the case for Joann Mosers child. The older sister complained of missing items from her room and said she saw her brother come in at night to take them, so the mother decided to stake out the hallway, and to her surprise the 2-year-old boy comes out of his room, picks the lock to his sister's room and leaves with a toy pillow.
She posted a video earlier this week, and already received 650,000 views.
The mother was in the hallway when it happened. She promises the video is real and has warned the boy to stop.