Videos and Information Relevant to breaking news
The mother of a 12-year-old boy who was beaten up in a locker room last week came to a Polk County school board meeting Tuesday to demand policy changes.
Police responded and blocked off the area and negotiated with the man who made it up to about 300 feet before taking his shirt off and sitting down. The man spent 8 hours atop op the WKMG TV tower near Orlando, Florida. He has not been publicly identified and was transported to a local hospital for a physical and mental evaluation, according to Orlando police.
A family in Germantown, Tennessee welcomed a baby girl this week, and her birthdate and time are incredibly unique. Christina Malone-Brown was born at 9:11 p.m. on 9/11 — but the real kicker is that little Christina’s weight also came in at 9 pounds, 11 ounces.
Louisville Man Arrested After He Fractured An 8-year-old's Skull With A Shovel, Robbed & Sexually Assaulted Her!
A Louisville man was arrested after he fractured an 8-year-old's skull with a shovel Friday and sexually assaulted her, according to police. Cane L. Madden, 29, has been charged with first-degree rape, assault and robbery in connection with the attack that reportedly took place in the California neighborhood. According to an arrest citation, Louisville Metro Police officers responded about 4:30 p.m. Friday to a report of a 8-year-old girl who had been hit in the head with a shovel and robbed of her iPad. The girl was taken to the emergency room at Norton Children's Hospital, where a doctor told detectives she suffered a right skull fracture, multiple cuts and bruises to the head and "significant bruising and tearing of the vaginal wall, which is indicative of sexual assault," according to the arrest report.
While Philadelphia police officers were dealing with a gunman who shot six of their own during a standoff at a home in the Nicetown-Tioga section, cops also had to deal with being taunted by some bystanders. CBS3’s Alexandria Hoff reports a crowd of people laughed and yelled at officers in the midst of gunfire during a standoff on Wednesday.
A little boy miraculously survived 'spending two nights with bears and wolves' after he went missing in a forest. Kolya Barkhatov, 3, disappeared when his family went picking berries in the Omsk region of Russia. He was found asleep less than a mile from the place he went missing by a team of women rescuers, part of a massive 700-strong search operation with helicopters, sniffer dogs and horses. Video shows little Kolya appears in 'shock' and 'disorientated'. Rescuers put him in a foil blanket and gave him hot water to keep warm. He was taken to hospital for a checkup.
Seventeen Iranian nationals allegedly recruited by the CIA to spy on Iran’s nuclear and military sites have been arrested, Tehran said on Monday, adding that some of them had already been sentenced to death. The arrests took place over the past months and those taken into custody worked on “sensitive sites” in the country’s military and nuclear facilities.
Manhunt begins for suspects after NYPD officers are doused with water.
Russian boxer Maxim Dadashev has died from injuries he sustained during a fight on Friday night, according to his trainer, Buddy McGirt. Dadashev was 28. Dadashev was placed in a medically induced coma after his loss to Subriel Matias in an IBF junior welterweight title eliminator bout. Dadashev underwent surgery at UM Prince George’s Hospital Center, Maryland, for bleeding on the brain. On Saturday, doctors at the hospital said the fighter had suffered severe brain damage and his death was confirmed on Tuesday.
Former FBI Assistant Special Agent Mark Cwynar told a Phoenix court this week that during a 2014 raid on the Biological Resource Center, many “unsettling things” including a cooler filled with male genitalia. He also described a scene where unidentified body parts were stacked on top of each other with no identification markings. During the raid, agents also found a torso “with the head removed and replaced with a similar head sewn together in a Frankenstein manner,” Cwynar testified. Other findings included buckets of heads, arms, and legs. In October 2015, Biological Resource Center owner Stephen Gore pleaded guilty to his role in “mishandling the donations” of human remains, Fox10 reported at the time. The court eventually sentenced him to probation. Since that time, 33 plaintiffs brought a lawsuit against the company and stated the company used “false statements” to secure the donations of their loved ones’ remains. Family members later learned the body parts were being sold for profit by the company.