Saturday, August 30, 2014
Ferguson police now equipped with body cameras
Police officers in Ferguson, MO are being equipped with body cameras. This development comes weeks after the shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer.
Pit bull saves child from swarm of bees
A pit bull is being hailed as a hero after it saved an eight-year-old boy from a swarm of angry bees.
It's official! Apple sets event for Sept. 9
Apple has set Sept. 9 as the date for a big announcement.
Comedian Joan Rivers rushed to hospital
Joan Rivers was rushed to the hospital Thursday morning after she stopped breathing, a source confirmed to CNN.
Father found not guilty in slaying of drunk driver who killed his sons
A father and his two young sons were pushing a truck that had run out of gas down a road in December 2012, when a drunk driver plowed into it, killing the boys. The drunk driver was then shot dead at the scene of the crash near Houston.
Gun range instructor killed accidentally by child
Wisconsin gun instructors say age is not the problem.
Fight over reclining seat diverts United Airlines flight
That simmering debate among fliers escalated Sunday aboard a United Airlines flight that was diverted after two passengers argued over the use of a device that blocks reclining.
Body cam clears officer of misconduct during dramatic arrest
From Dallas to Ferguson, Missouri, police brutality is in the forefront. And now, a video from a Celina Police Department dash cam looks like it's going in the same direction, until you look a little closer.
FBI analyzing alleged audio of Michael Brown shooting
The FBI is analyzing an audio recording that might give more clues about Michael Brown's shooting.
$2.4M MGM slot jackpot hits after years unclaimed
Its multi-figure, progressive jackpot was only surpassed by the number of days the big prize didn't hit. But, on Friday, the legendary Lion's Share slot machine at MGM Grand hotel-casino finally hit at $2.4 million.