Smelly attempt at terrorism only seems to have galvanized the need for women-exclusive sections on trains.
Becomes the first city in Japan to specifically target businesses that boast about their customer services being performed by high school girls.
Bears say only we can prevent forest fires, but they’ll help out when preventing robberies.
Suspect unable to outrun the law or the limits of his cardiovascular system.
Suspect in his forties claims he wanted to bring back the “good old days.”
The food service business can be ruthless sometimes.
Not satisfied with simply robbing a victim of her money, some fraudsters decide to add insult to injury.
Besides the number of drinks, not much seems to add up quite right about this incident.
Possibly because he felt disciplining an undesirable employee would have been too awkward, one supervisor turned to poison instead.
What kind of monster would carry TWO flathead screwdrivers at the same time?
Yekaterinburg court to issue verdict on May 11.
High Court hands down ruling in three-year legal dispute stemming from different attitudes between hard-core idol singer fans.
Add sexual assault to the list of reasons to dread the NHK collector.
Tokyo police say teen stole over 100 boxes of razors, and not so that he’d be freshly shaven for his beloved idol singers.
Suspect of the “cockroach incident” fully admits to the charges.
New tool allows Kyoto police to be at the scene of the crime before the crime even occurs.
When threatened to hand over his cash, this driver gave some advice instead.
I used to assume anyone with the nickname “Chainsaw Man” was automatically cool. I was wrong.
Childhood is notoriously short in education-and-work-come-first Japan, but these tykes’ throwback idea of fun got them out of trouble with the law.
Senior police official quoted as saying, “I have never heard of this behavior, but it’s sick.”