A Clearfield, Pa., business owner captured the drama while passing by the scene of a tractor- trailer fire June 14, 2017, along I-80 near Bellefonte, Pa. No injuries were reported, but eastbound traffic was backed up for miles. (Courtesy of Sheddy Graham/Special to the Centre Daily Times)
With the highly contagious dog flu in parts of the U.S., some boarding facilities are beginning to ban dogs that have not been vaccinated. Veterinarian Marikay Campbell, of Port Royal Veterinary Hospital in South Carolina, describes the vaccination process and things dog owners can do to lessen the chances their pet will catch the flu. (Courtesy of Jay Karr/Island Packet)
A black bear climbs onto a deck at a home north of Lake Whatcom near Bellingham, Washington, on Saturday, June 10, 2017, to nibble on food in a bird feeder. (Pam Simmons / Courtesy to the Bellingham Herald)
Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter shook the hands of every passenger on a flight headed to Washington from Atlanta, Georgia, on June 8. Video shared by passenger James Parker Sheffield shows the 92-year-old Carter making his way down the aisle. (Courtesy of James Parker Sheffield via Storyful)
The Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience at the Charlotte, N.C., Convention Center attracted large crowds Saturday, June 3, 2017. Brick Fest is the largest touring LEGO Fan Experience in the United States, featuring millions of LEGO bricks and hands-on attractions and activities. (Courtesy of Diedra Laird/Charlotte Observer)
Memorial Day is a great time to enjoy time with friends and family, but the holiday has a deeper meaning. Check out the history behind Memorial Day and what it's really all about. (Courtesy of Department of Defense)
A shoplifting suspect carried a loaf of bread out of the Dollar General store in Shafter, California, on May 17. He avoided apprehension, according to police, and "escaped on all fours out the front doors." (Courtesy of Shafter Police Department)
Dedicated to prisoners of war and those missing in action, the 2017 Run for the Wall stopped in Kansas as part of the cross country tradition started in 1989. The organization also honors the memory of those killed in action, and promotes support for all military personnel. They are expected to arrive in Washington, D.C. on May 26.