Less than 24 hours after a monument of the Ten Commandments was installed outside the Arkansas State Capitol, it was smashed to pieces by Michael Tate Reed, who drove his car into it. Tate live streamed the incident via Facebook.
Gabe Davis, a nine-year-old boy from Cleveland, threw out the first pitch at the Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball game June 22. Davis was born with a condition that affected his legs, but that's not stopping him from enjoying his favorite sport.
An Ohio Highway Patrol sergeant jumped into an empty Amish buggy being pulled by a runaway horse on Sunday, June 25. The owner of the horse said it took off after it was frightened by a loud noise. (Warning: profanity)
The Oklahoma City Police Department released a video showing an armed robbery at the Discount Tobacco June 24. The video shows a suspect entering the store and then he orders the clerk to fill a bag with cash.
Former Sac-Joaquin Section Masters champion Claire Seymour ran her final Modesto Metro Conference relay race in Crocs after Twitter called her bluff. It wasn’t all sunshine and giggles for Seymour, who woke up with shin pain the next day.
Steve Dowdy, a mechanic at Kings River Golf and Country Club in Kingsburg, Calif., shows a baby raccoon he found at the flooded golf course Saturday. Dowdy said he would take it home and his wife would help feed it and restore its health.
If you've ever wondered whether those runaway truck ramps you see in mountainous areas are used, here's the proof. Watch in this Caltrans video as a fast-moving big rig skids into a runaway truck ramp on Interstate 5 near the Grapevine in Southern California.
The Miami Police Department has announced its new anti-theft pilot program that they hope will reduce car thefts. The tongue-in-check program is called KRAPPY: Keeping robbers away and protecting property with a yeti. The ad does have a serious message and encourages people to remove valuable items from their vehicles.