ALLENTOWN, Penn. (CNN/WFMZ) - You don't need a controller to play this game at a minor league baseball park.
The Coca Cola ballpark in Allentown, Penn., has installed a new urinal gaming system in the men's bathrooms.
Your urine stream -- yes, urine stream -- controls the game.
The urine-operated games are already popular in the United Kingdom.
The general manager for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs says there's also a health element to it.
Ads will be displayed on the screen reminding men to check their prostates.
The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office said 22-year-old Danielle Caudle of Pensacola was arrested Tuesday, December 3, for torturing a 2-year-old child.
A monument dedicated to Purple Heart recipients has been damaged at Veterans Memorial Park in Pensacola.
Authorities said a South Florida man killed his wife and son with a crossbow and was later found dead in a hotel room hundreds of miles away.
A film made it's debut Tuesday night, December 3 at the Saenger Theatre in downtown Mobile. It's a documentary about the Mobile-Tensaw Delta.
State Rep. Alvin Holmes of Montgomery says he's been criticized by a former Alabama State University trustee and others because he refused a request to help turn an investigation of the university into a racial fight.