A new report from the United Nations puts Mexico over the United States as the heaviest industrialized nation for the first time. Here's a look at obesity rates around the world:
Venezuela -- 30.8 percent
Cook Islands -- 64.1 percent
Germany -- 21.3 percent
Canada -- 24.3 percent
Greece -- 17.5 percent
New Zealand -- 27 percent
Saudi Arabia -- 35.2 percent
Israel -- 25.5 percent
India -- 1.9 percent
China -- 5.6 percent
Egypt -- 34.6 percent
South Africa -- 33.5 percent
Ethiopia -- 1.2 percent
Australia -- 25.1 percent
United Kingdom -- 24.9 percent
Japan -- 4.5 percent
Kuwait -- 42.8 percent
Mexico -- 32.8 percent
United States -- 31.8 percent
Vietnam -- 1.6 percent
Click here to read the United Nations report.
John Palminteri photo
A brownish creature, with sharp teeth and claws, is deceased on the beach in Santa Barbara after the latest storm, and many people are wondering what it is.
Curator of Vertebrate Zoology Paul Collins at the Santa Barbara Natural History museum solves the mystery of the creature on East Beach.
Source:: Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department
Three men have been arrested in connection with a stabbing that happened in Old Town Goleta on November 21st.
The Oxnard Police Department is investigating its third deadly shooting in just three days.
The Dream Foundation canceled plans to send an Oregon family to Disneyland when the dreamer dad died.
A rollover that happened early Thursday morning closed down the eastbound lane of Highway 217 near UC Santa Barbara.
Steven Northup is a fighter and survivor. He just finished his last dose of chemotherapy since being diagnosed with diffuse large b-cell lymphoma back in August.
Santa Barbara CHP
California Highway Patrol officers dropped off donated toys to the Unity Shoppe in Santa Barbara.
Jamie Urqhart/River Dee Trust
Several strange frozen saucers were found during a recent cold snap on a river in Scotland. Take a look at the unusual images.
Three wrecked boats have been crushed and removed from Santa Barbara beaches, before they become hazards to the near shore environment.John Palminteri Photos
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