Friday, September 19, 2014

National News

Iranians who danced to "Happy" in video sentenced to prison
Six young Iranians posted a video to YouTube showing them dancing to Pharrell's "Happy". Four months after the posting of this video the group of young adults have been sentenced to six months in prison and 91 lashes.

District: Bus driver resigns after sick child left on side of road
Deputies said when a 12-year-old boy became sick and asked the Spartanburg School District Five bus driver to stop, the driver left the boy on the side of the road.

Apple says iOS 8 will shield your data from police
Apple says its new mobile operating system puts text messages, e-mails, photos and other data out of the reach of police -- even if authorities present the company with a search warrant.

Wal-Mart holiday hiring lags rivals
Wal-Mart is planning to ramp up its holiday hiring, but not at the same pace as other companies with big seasonal needs.

Over 1 million smoke & carbon monoxide alarms recalled
More than one million Kidde smoke and carbon monoxide alarms are being recalled after a glitch has been discovered where a power outage may cause the alarms to malfunction.

Vikings: Adrian Peterson won't play until legal issues are resolved
Running back Adrian Peterson will not play for the Minnesota Vikings until his legal issues are resolved, the team said early Wednesday.

FBI launches a face recognition system
The FBI can now quickly identify people just by looking at their faces, eyes, voice, palm print and walking stride.

Grand jury gets more time in Ferguson police shooting case
A grand jury in Missouri now has more time decide whether Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson should be charged for the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown.

Papa Murphy's employee caught rubbing genitals on pizza order
An 18-year-old Papa Murphy's employee was arrested after being caught rubbing his genitals on a pizza order.

'Django Unchained' actress claims she was cuffed for showing public affection
"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts says Los Angeles police allegedly detained her because they thought she was a prostitute.