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  • Video Shows Cops Allegedly Breaking Woman's Face During Arrest

    Video Shows Cops Allegedly Breaking Woman's Face During Arrest

    (SAN FRANCISCO) —  A bartender and model is broadening her lawsuit against San Francisco transit police to include an Oakland cop after she says they used excessive force while booking her on St. Patrick’s Day last year and caused her to break at least four bones in her face. Megan Sheehan acknowledges she was intoxicated and belligerent when she was apprehended at a Bay Area Rapid Transit station, but says officers left her with permanent physical damage after taking her to the nearby jail to charge her. “I should have never gotten that drunk, but also there are ways to […]

  • A Thousand Horses, Kelsea Ballerini and More Playing Free Shows at CMA Music Festival

    A Thousand Horses, Kelsea Ballerini and More Playing Free Shows at CMA Music Festival

    A Thousand Horses, Keslea Ballerini, Brothers Osborne, CAM, Chris Janson, Jana Kramer and Michael Ray are among the new artists performing at the CMA Music Festival’s Bud Light Plaza Stage outside Nashville Bridgestone Arena. These concerts are free and open to the public during each day during the festival which runs from June 11 through 14. Lauren Alaina, Greg Bates, Nashville star Chris Carmack and Sunny Sweeney are on the bill for the Belk Park Stage at Walk of Fame Park that weekend, too. Go to CMAFest.com for a full list of talent performing free shows during CMA Music Festival […]

  • Randy Houser Releases Progressive New Single, "We Went," to Country Radio

    Randy Houser Releases Progressive New Single, "We Went," to Country Radio

    Randy Houser‘s new single, “We Went,” has been delivered to country radio and will be available for download on Monday, May 18. It’s the lead release from Randy’s upcoming studio album, the follow up to his hit 2013 project, How Country Feels. As for the new single, Randy tells Rolling Stone, “The song is about hanging out, a little bit of danger, running from the cops — all things I grew up doing (well, maybe avoiding the cops is more accurate). But rhythmically and lyrically it’s more progressive than what I’ve ever done.” Randy will be performing “We Went” on […]

  • Multiple Police Officers Injured as People Clash with Police in Baltimore

    Multiple Police Officers Injured as People Clash with Police in Baltimore

    (BALTIMORE) — Multiple police officers were injured in Baltimore Monday in violent protests after the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died of a spinal injury while in police custody earlier this month. Police said a group of protesters were throwing bricks in the direction of officers near the Mondawmin Mall. A police presence in the area had been building throughout the afternoon Monday.   One of our officers has been injured at Mondawmin Mall. The group continues to throw bricks and other items at police officers. — Baltimore Police (@BaltimorePolice) April 27, 2015 Additional officers have been injured in the […]

  • Louisiana Train Cars Tumble Off Track Due to Strong Winds

    Louisiana Train Cars Tumble Off Track Due to Strong Winds

    (JEFFERSON PARISH, La.) — Dramatic video captured train cars that derailed and fell off an elevated train track due to strong winds in Louisiana. Like toys tumbling over like dominoes, the real train was blown off the track as the camera was rolling in heavy rain near a restaurant called Raising Cane’s in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. Strong winds knocked over some train cars around 10:30 a.m. on Monday, though no injuries were reported, according to ABC News affiliate WGNO. The New Orleans Public Belt Railroad issued the following statement: “Due to the severe weather this morning four Union Pacific Railroad […]

  • James Holmes Appears Starkly Different as Aurora Shooting Trial Begins

    James Holmes Appears Starkly Different as Aurora Shooting Trial Begins

    (AURORA, Colo.) — Aurora, Colorado theater shooter James Holmes was present in court Monday for the opening of his trial, and looked dramatically different from his earlier court appearances. Holmes, who has previously been seen wearing an orange prison jumpsuit in various court hearings, was wearing khakis, a blue-and-white striped button-down shirt and glasses. On Monday, he also had a small mustache and beard. His new look comes in stark contrast to his earlier appearances, when his unkempt hair was dyed bright orange. Holmes appeared at a pretrial hearing at the Arapahoe County courthouse earlier Monday morning, when he read […]

  • SpaceX Dragon Gets Ready for Crucial Launch Test

    SpaceX Dragon Gets Ready for Crucial Launch Test

    (NEW YORK) — It’s proven its mettle carrying cargo to and from the International Space Station and now the Dragon capsule is gearing up for a crucial safety test. As early as May 5, SpaceX will make its first attempt for a pad abort test of a Dragon capsule designed to ferry astronauts to and from the International Space Station. Instead of being atop a Falcon 9 rocket, the capsule will sit on a test stand for the development test, according to NASA. Being able to abort a launch and safely evacuate crew is a crucial milestone SpaceX will need […]