A man tries to kidnap a woman by forcing her into his car, in north Charlotte. She breaks free, and runs into a nearby karate studio pleading for help.
You can already see how this ends: with the suspect being carried out on a stretcher after a fight with a karate head instructor.
The incident happened at 9 pm Thursday outside Bushiken Karate Charlotte Dojo, according to CNN affiliate WSOC and the head instructor, Randall Ephraim. Ephraim told CNN he was straightening up the dojo, the karate studio, when the woman rushed inside
Police will come to the rescue of anyone who needs their help. And that includes kittens.
Body cam video provided to KMBC shows an officer in North Kansas City, Missouri stopping to rescue a kitten stranded on a concrete barrier dividing lanes of traffic on I-29.
The officer quickly grabbed the kitten and got it safely inside his patrol car where the cat accidentally turned on the siren. We're told the officer took the kitten to an animal shelter, but it wasn't there very long.
A Taco Bell employee has been sacked after a video showed him refusing to serve a deaf customer who tried to order at an Ohio drive-thru.
Becky Burch posted the viral video on Wednesday showing her son growing increasingly frustrated as he tried to place his order at a Kettering location.
'This is my deaf son getting discriminated against in the Taco Bell drive thru on Dorothy Ln in Kettering,' she said.
'He was trying to show them his order and they told him it was against company policy to take his order that way. Really?? Pretty sure the ADA would say otherwise. Uneducated people.'
Brandon's girlfriend - who is also deaf - was in the car and filmed the video.
The pair stayed in line for three minutes trying to order food.
A 15-year-old kid who was learning to drive accidentally hit the gas instead of the brakes as he was pulling into the driveway of their house in Ruther Glen, Virginia. You can hear the dad absolutely freaking out as well as his younger brother trying not to laugh in the background.
As if the Netflix movie Bird Box with Sandra Bullock wasn't absurd enough, now we must be tortured with idiots trying to recreate the absurdity in real life. How long until someone drowns in a river, trying to paddle with a blindfold?
A former Utah County Jail detainee is suing a Utah County Jail guard, the guard's supervisor, Utah County and 10 other unnamed individuals after he was shot twice in the leg and not given proper treatment for his injury until weeks later.
A lawsuit filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah - Central Division alleges Deputy Jason Hindes used excessive force and improper ammunition when he shot Luis Carlos Prado in June of 2017, as corrections officers attempted to move Prado from one area of the jail to another.
Prado had been booked into the jail on May 17 of that year on a class B misdemeanor charge of assault. Prado was suffering from severe mental health problems at the time - a fact which Utah County Jail employees should have known about, the document states.
"On June 28, 2017, while Mr. Prado was alone and unarmed in his jail cell, Defendant Deputy Hindes stuck the barrel of his shotgun through the small opening intended to deliver meals to the inmate, and intentionally shot Mr. Prado with the shotgun, either on contact with his leg or at close range after making contact with Mr. Prado’s leg," the lawsuit states. "At the time of the shooting, Prado was absolutely no threat to any of the corrections officers."
Prado's attorney, Robert Sykes, released a body camera video of the incident on Thursday.
According to the lawsuit, Prado had been shot with ammunition made up of rubber pellets, which is only intended for crowd control and meant to be used on people who are considerably farther away than Prado was.
The lawsuit further claims that the defendants "falsified major aspects" of a written report regarding the incident, and that Prado was not taken to a hospital for treatment until July 17 - nearly three weeks after the incident - and he didn't undergo surgery to have the rubber pellets removed from his leg until July 27.
"The 'grossly infected' wound was cleaned and bandaged" at that time, the lawsuit states, but the wound is still painful and continues to cause problems for Prado.
Prado is seeking general compensatory damages, special damages, punitive damages, pre-judgment interest on the damages, plaintiff's costs and reasonable attorney fees and other relief "as the Court deems just and proper." No dollar amounts were indicated in Wednesday's court filing.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) — who was sworn in earlier Thursday — is coming out of the gate swinging at President Donald Trump.
According to accounts from multiple reporters, the new Congresswoman made a sharply-worded pledge to a crowd at a reception held by the progressive group MoveOn near Capitol Hill on Thursday night.
Axios’s Alexi McCammond reports that Tlaib quoted her son telling her, “Look mama you won. Bullies don’t win.” Tlaib reportedly replied, “You’re right, they don’t. And we’re gonna go in and impeach the motherfucker.”
This lady at a San Francisco area McDonald's goes through a full range of emotions because the milkshake machine is broken. The video is long, but if you fast forward to about 9 minutes in, she really breaks down.
In Shreveport, La New Years Eve night. After the man wouldn't abide to the Police telling him to mind his own business, he continued to yell at the officer. Camera turns away and it would appear the officer placed his hands on the man. The man then yelled "back up off me b***h." Officer grabs man and throws him to the ground. It looks like both did not handle situation well, but what are you thoughts?
A witness' video posted on Facebook shows Daniel Taylor grabbing Yasmine James by the shirt.
A man is under arrest after authorities say he grabbed the shirt of a Florida McDonald's employee and tried to pull her over a counter during an argument over a straw.
The employee responded by punching the customer several times in the face at the St. Petersburg restaurant on Monday.
Brenda Biandudi, who witnessed the fight and whose son posted the video on Facebook, told WFLA Daniel Taylor started yelling because there were no straws at the drink station. (Caution: The video posted on Facebook contains profanity)
"The young lady behind the counter told him, it's the law now, we're not allowed to have straws in the lobby but you can request one," Biandudi said.
St. Petersburg police say the video shows Taylor grabbing Yasmine James' shirt. James responded by hitting him several times.
"She starts defending herself," Biandudi said. "She started hitting him and the other employees came from behind."
Police say Taylor is charged with two counts of simple battery for grabbing James and for kicking another worker in the stomach as he was being escorted out.
Taylor is being represented by the public defender's office, which didn't respond to a request for comment.
James is still employed at McDonald's but cannot comment due to the company's policy,