Graphic photos show the moment Todd Hazelwood walked away from a heart-stopping crash during the first qualifying race at Sandown Raceway.
The face of Chicago is changing.
New census statistics show the Hispanic population grew by 17,000 in a one-year period. For the first time, Hispanics are the second-largest ethnic group in the city.
Meanwhile, the African-American population is shrinking, with 42,000 moving out.
CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.
In Little Village, it’s not hard to spot the influence and heritage. At Dulcelandia, a candy store, sales and the number of customers have increased since the business opened in 1995.
This would seem to reflect new U.S. Census data showing the Hispanic population in Chicago jumping from 786,000 to 803,000 between 2015 and 2016.
This means about 30 percent of the Windy City’s population is now of Hispanic or Latino descent.
“It represents an increase in our purchasing power so that helps to better the economic conditions of the area,” says Eduardo Rodriguez of Dulcelandia.
Subtracted from Chicago’s numbers – more than 42,000 African Americans, who left the city.
Shari Runner of the Chicago Urban League says this trend began about a decade ago. She thinks lack of economic opportunity and crime and high taxes are pushing African Americans out of Chicago.
Floyd Mayweather has expressed support for President Donald Trump in the past, and he attended January's inauguration. More recently, the once-again retired boxer even offered a defense of Trump's infamous "Access Hollywood" comments, saying that it was the kind of "locker-room talk" in which "real men" engage.
Mayweather was appearing on "Hollywood Unlocked" when the subject of his friendship with Trump arose. Mayweather clarified that he had "communicated" with Trump and "talked with him on a couple of occasions," claiming that he just wanted to say he had been to a presidential inauguration and that "it didn't matter who the president was."
Mayweather than asserted that no one ever accused Trump of being a racist until he won the presidency. "People don't like the truth," he said, comparing some of Trump's comments to lines in rap music.
"He speaks like real men spoke," said Mayweather, who served prison time in 2011 for domestic battery and has had similar allegations lodged against him by several women. "Real men speak like, 'Man, she had a fat a-. You see her a-? I had to squeeze her a-. I had to grab that fat a-.' Right?
"So he's talking locker room talk. Locker-room talk. 'I'm the man, you know what I'm saying? You know who I am. Yeah, I grabbed her by the p--. And?'"
Mayweather was referring to Trump's 2005 comments, which were recorded while he was wearing a microphone for an appearance on "Access Hollywood," and which emerged during last year's presidential campaign. "And when you're a star, they let you do it," Trump said at the time. "You can do anything. . . . Grab them by the p-. You can do anything."
This Latin American journalist was reporting on hurricane IRMA as it ravaged the island of Puerto Rico, that was a huge mistake on her part!
Watches during the report a stop sign appears out of nowhere slams into the face of this unsuspecting reporter who is quickly knocked out cold.
The live feed suddenly stops after the sign KOs the reporter. No word on if she was injured during the stop sign attack.
This was the horrific moment a bullfighter, Fernando Quintela, decided to take on a 1300 pound bull with his bare hands and paid the ultimate price and the beast steamrolled over his body.
The event took place in Moita Portugal and despite being rushed to the hospital, surgeons could not save Quintela.
FOX 2's Dan Gray got caught up in the demonstrations Friday afternoon. Other media outlets picked up the incident that also involved his photographer Tauna Price.
Gray was hit by three water bottles, one in the back of the head and two in the shirt. The protesters were angry, in his face and yelling.
"I understand their frustration I understand their anger, " said Dan Gray. "Perhaps they needed someone to vent it to."
One protester had been taunting the reporter and photographer all day. He was complaining about the media. The man told Dan Gray that he has been covering crime in St. Louis for over 30 years. He had been covering black on black crime for decades and, "didn't do anything."
That is when the crowd turned on the journalists. He was surrounded by the crowd. That is when a group swooped in to protect them. They walked the two to a safe place on Market Street. The crown began to diminish as they walked away.
"We are OK. We are fine," said Dan Gray.
A cheeky tennis player pulled off what is being described as the best serve of all time after bamboozling his opponent with speed and sleight of hand. Argentina's Renzo Olivo, ranked outside the world's top 100, was taking on Japan's Taro Daniel in a pro tour match when he sprang his sudden underhand move. Playing on a clay court in Szczecin, Poland, Olivo, 25, stood on the baseline preparing to serve in the traditional overhand motion before quickly tapping the ball over the net using an underhand serve - catching Daniel and the audience off guard. The unexpected shot drifted over the net gently leaving opponent Daniel stood frozen on his baseline unable o react in time. Despite Olivo's quick thinking, it wasn't enough to overcome Daniel, who won the match in straight sets, 7-5, 7-5. The 25 second clip has since gone viral with more than 100,000 views in under two days.
Former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley was charged with the 2011 shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith and found not guilty Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. Video by Denise Hollinshed
This video is going viral everywhere. Conservative journalist Laura Loomer asked Hillary Clinton a question that everyone has been wanting to know. She asked, “What Happened to Seth Rich?”
“Hi, it’s so great to see you. Thanks for having me,” said Loomer. “So the American people would really like to know what happened to your 33,000 emails?”
“Hahahah,” Clinton said back.
“What happened in Benghazi?” asked Loomer.
“Go read the book,” answered Clinton.
“What happened to the millions of dollars that was supposed to go to the people in Haiti?” Loomer asked, referring to the millions of dollars in earthquake relief donations the Clintons were reportedly in charge of. “What happened to Seth Rich? What happened to your health Hillary?”
“You know what, I’m so sorry you believe things that are untrue,” Hillary replied. “Read the book.”
After getting kicked from the signing area, Loomer ran up to Huma and said the following.
“Huma its so great to see you. When are you going to divorce your husband for texting underage girls?” Loomer asked Huma about her husband, Anthony Weiner.
Loomer was detained by by Secret Service after this for 20 minutes, according to Cernovich.com. They were worried that someone was trying to grab a strand of Hillary’s career because of Martin Shkreli’s $5,000 bounty open for it.
Laura Loomer previously questioned Chelsea Clinton at her signing about Jaunita Broaddrick – who accused Bill Clinton of raping herShare this everywhere if you will never be buying Hillary’s book. We should not ever give this woman more money. She’s already taken so much from this country.
Let’s show Hillary how many people are still against her.
He who laughs at another's misfortune deserves their karma.
A 'Domino's pizza employee' has been spotted buying bargain pizzas from a supermarket.
However, this is not a genuine delivery driver, but a prankster, who set up the hilarious video after the chain was spotted topping up low supplies with frozen supermarket goods.
In the prank video, DiscoBoy dons a Domino's outfit and hat and takes a huge stack of ASDA's cheapest line of cheese and tomato pizzas to the self-service checkouts.
As he does, he is cornered by a man filming, who asks him what he is doing.
DiscoBoy looks at the cameraman and says: 'Mate, turn it off, please.'
But his filming friend insists he isn't going anywhere, and wants to know if he's selling these onto customers.
He says: 'That's a disgrace. They're expensive enough as it is and you're using ASDA's pizzas.'
Shrugging, DiscoBoy says: 'I just do deliveries, I've just been asked to do this.
'At the end of the day, these are the cheap ones anyway, these are not the big ones.
'We put our own toppings on them, then we put our own cheese on them. You're still getting a Domino's pizza at the end of the day, they're getting cooked in a proper oven.'
Protesters angry that a white police officer was found not guilty in the shooting death of a black man following a high-speed chase in 2011 demonstrated Friday in the streets of St. Louis.
Will Carr reported from the scene that several protesters jumped atop a cruiser and smashed its windshield.
Behind Carr, police could be seen lined up in riot gear as several people stood a few feet away shouting insults and reportedly throwing the occasional piece of debris.
The protests materialized after former Officer Jason Stockley was acquitted of first-degree murder in the killing of Anthony Smith.
Gov. Eric Greitens (R-Mo.) called in the National Guard earlier Friday to assist the officers.
A St. Loius man sped through a group of Black Lives Matters protestors in a large SUV Thursday. The driver moved rapidly through the crowd as he honked his horn, which led protestors to quickly scatter throughout the streets of St. Louis suburb Kirkwood.
The protest was organized to raise awareness for the trial of St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley, who was acquitted on charges of intentionally killing Anthony Lamar Smith. Some protestors held up a large banner that read "Convict Killer Cops #JasonStockley," whereas many others raised signs that said "Black Lives Matter." All protestors unified in chant, saying, "Stand up! Fight back!"
The gathering appeared to be under control until the driver grew impatient of waiting in protest traffic and drove off into the crowd. The incident occurred moments after the driver spoke with a few demonstrators about why they were protesting, which caused him to remain in traffic.
"I got a job to get to brother to support you for standing out here, okay? You are screwing up people making money right now to support you sitting here," the driver said to a few protestors. "Why don't you let the court system handle this? You're disrupting other people's lives to get to where they need to go."
"That's the point of a protest. That's why anyone has ever protested since the beginning of protests," a protestor said in response.
The driver responded, "I'm a white male living in a black community. Suck my d---. I am the white guy, alright?"
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was caught on a hot mic Thursday saying, "He likes us. He likes me anyway," about President Trump.
The comments came shortly after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's floor speech. The mic caught Schumer speaking with staffers and asking if there was "anything new?"
"Look, what we said was exactly accurate," Schumer says, reffering to his intial statement after his meeting with President Trump Wednesday.
"Here's what I told him: 'Mr. President, you are much better off sometimes stepping right and sometimes step left. You have to step just in one direction, you're boxed,'" he said.
Boxers are no strangers to low blows - they just don't expect it from their opponent's SON. American middleweight Willie Monroe Jr was weighing in for his world title challenge against Billy Joe Saunders . But he was given a shock when Saunders' son Stevie punched him in the groin - and then attempted to kick him. The two fighters both tipped the scales at 11st 6lb - inside the limit - before they faced off for the cameras. They then turned to face the photographers - and Stevie seized his chance.
Pioneering Saturn probe Cassini has plunged to destruction into the planet's atmosphere. Nasa scientists planned the spectacular suicide dive to end the £2.9 billion mission, which has lasted 20 years and delivered a treasure trove of discoveries. At 12.55 pm UK time radio contact with the 22ft long nuclear-powered probe was lost as Cassini tumbled to its doom 930 miles above Saturn's cloud tops. Plummeting at 77,000mph, in seconds it disintegrated into fragments and burned up.
The student who killed one and injured three in a mass school shooting was obsessed with guns and violent TV shows such as 'Breaking Bad'. Caleb Sharpe brought a rifle and a handgun in a duffel bag into his high school in Spokane, Washington, before opening fire outside a classroom. Police said the first weapon jammed, prompting a fellow student to bravely intervene. But the heroic boy, named locally as Sam Strahan, was shot in the head and died. Sharpe then turned and fired into the hallway, hitting three girls. They are in hospital but are expected to survive. A member of staff apprehended Sharpe at Freeman high school before he could do any more harm, and he is now in custody.