Most Thanksgiving turkeys are carried in through the front door. But one broke through Sandy Cobbs' dining room window. On Thursday, Cobbs was in her kitchen preparing sweet potatoes and vegetables when she heard a thunderous crash.
Some wild turkeys, it appears, were trying to get out of New Jersey before Thanksgiving Day. A spokesman for the NJ Transit said train officials reported a dozen or so wild turkeys waiting on a station platform in Ramsey, about 20 miles northwest of N
Perhaps attempting to escape a Thanksgiving Day fate, a small wild turkey made a dash for the big city. The 10-pound female bird wandered onto a busy bridge's toll plaza Tuesday afternoon, halting traffic for about 15 minutes as workers chased the fow