Police are searching two burglars seen in this home surveillance video ransacking a home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. As the suspects are busy searching the home a small dog is heard barking in the background. One of the men picks up an object and hurls it at the dog. They then made with several items including a television and gaming console.
The Miami Gardens Representative addressed the issue while attending at a hearing she organized to get expert opinions on what needs to change to protect frail and dependent people in the future. Mental health, emergency operations, fire rescue and nursing home personnel lined a table opposite Wilson and other elected officials.
The Walden Grove High School PAC dance team performed a Wizard of Oz routine with current music mixed in at the school's homecoming assembly in Sahuarita, Arizona. A video of the performance posted to YouTube on Sept. 29 has been viewed more than 1.2 million times.
A Mississippi school district removed "To Kill a Mockingbird" from the 8th grade curriculum. The novel is included on the Library of Congress "Books that Shaped America" list along with other controversial titles. This is why so many of America's greatest novels have been banned.
Detective Emily Shaw catches a nine-foot-long anaconda snake with her bare hands. According to this video posted by the Leon County, Florida, police department, Shaw calmly snags the snake and places it into a bag while a nervous colleague records the event.
Sheriff's officers in Palmdale County, California, shocked Ellen Alexander when they pulled her over. Alexander thought there was a misunderstanding when officers asked her to perform a DUI test. When she spun around during the test, she found boyfriend and deputy Kevin Bowes down on one knee.
The Las Vegas gunman possessed a little-known device called a "bump stock" that allows a semi-automatic rifle to mimic a fully automatic one. Critics say they flout federal restrictions on automatic guns. But gun shop owners disagree.
President Trump met survivors and first responders of the Las Vegas mass shooting on Wednesday. He gave remarks praising the bravery of law enforcement and honoring survivors and those who lost their lives on that tragic day.
Police in Crawfordsville, Indiana, released bodycam footage showing an officer firing at an actor who was filming a movie in the city on Sept. 26. Police were responding to a 911 call reporting a robbery in progress. The actor was part of a robbery scene.
WARNING: PROFANITY AND GUNFIRE. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police on October 3 released bodycam footage from officers at the scene of a mass shooting near Mandalay Bay hotel on the evening of Sunday, October 1. Undersheriff Kevin McMahill narrates this footage during a press conference, saying the footage showed officers hunkering down behind a wall that “faces Mandalay Bay,” while trying to determine the direction of the shooting. Loud bangs, as well as screams and sobs from the crowd, can be heard in the video.
Police confirmed the authenticity of the leaked photos showing the inside of the hotel room used by Stephen Paddock to carry out the mass shooting that killed 59 people October 1. "We have opened up an internal investigation to determine the source of the leaks of those photos to the public," Undersheriff Kevin McMahill said.