LUBBOCK, Texas (CNN/KCBD) - A Texas Tech student says he was trying to send a message when he wore a pasta strainer for his official ID.
"I'd say the most influential point that I'm trying to make is that it teaches acceptance and it teaches a different outlook,” said Eddie Castillo, a self-proclaimed “Pastafarian.”
Castillo is a member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
The name may sound a bit odd, but this religious group actually has millions of followers.
After months of fighting state officials , Castillo was allowed to wear the strainer in his DMV photo ID.
He says that this is a political and religious milestone for atheists everywhere.
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A second arrest has now been made in connection to a suspected meth lab on Saunders Settlement Road in Cambria.
Cold and breezy with snow increasing in coverage into the overnight hours.
The Erie County Water Authority is warning the public about people posing as water meter service workers.
A City of Buffalo employee who was arrested over the weekend on animal cruelty charges says he did nothing wrong.
A Salamanca man has been charged with DWI after a traffic accident in the Town of Little Valley Saturday.