Family and neighbors are shocked (shocked, we tell ya!) to learn that a Hampton, Ga. couple they describe as "deeply religious" and "weird" was beating their five kids' asses with extension cords and even locked their oldest child -- a 14-year-girl -- in the closet with no food and water. Police have swooped down on the family home and arrested Anthony and Tammy Irvin. They're charged with five counts of contributing to the deprivation of a minor, 10 counts of cruelty to children, four counts of battery and two counts of false imprisonment.
If you happen to be driving in Colorado and a car that looks like a cop car with flashing lights motion you to pull over, just keep driving.
A mother logged onto Facebook and is greeted with condolences for her dead son. She had clue her son was dead.
If you know this gentleman -- who broke into a daycare center in Indianapolis last week, removed his clothing and put on a child’s pink bikini then began wandering about -- ring the alarm and call police.
A black student who went on a class trip to the Cook County jail in Chicago last Wednesday says he was the victim of racial profiling.
Speaking of racism, a homeowner in El Paso, Texas erected a sign in advance of kids taking to the streets this weekend: "Halloween 2011. No blacks welcomed to trick or treat." The thing his, the people who live next door are *drum roll* black.
Oh, wow. Benjy Bronk (from the Howard Stern show) interrupts CNN's Maggie Lake live shot. Like a boss!
I just can't. Can. Not! Obviously, these men didn't get this memo.