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.
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy announced Wednesday that COTA will host the first ever RedFest, a three day celebration of the outdoor lifestyle.
Federal, state and local authorities on Wednesday arrested 15 people and seized 70 firearms in raid on a methamphetamine operation based in Burnet County.
The U.S. Grand Prix race in Austin next year will be held Nov. 2 and F1 weekend will not coincide with a UT Longhorns home football game.
One woman died early Wednesday after several shots were fired at a North Austin mechanic shop.
UPDATE // The two teenage girls missing since Saturday night were found safe at 2:30 a.m. Wednesday, Leander police said.
FEMA teams will be back in Southeast Austin to assess damage to public property like roads, bridges, and parks.