The last time two women appeared in a courtroom, they put on a performance worthy of of a Broadway stage. This afternoon in a courtroom in Baton Rouge, La. former daycare workers Myandrea Thomas and Michelle Veals pled guilty to negligent homicide in the death of Damiyn McElveen, 3, who died after they left her in a left in a hot van. Since the judge couldn't give them the death penalty, he sentenced the laughing couple (yes, they were laughing in the courtroom) a punishment so extreme it's almost certain they'll violate probation and go to jail. The judge ordered the two women to reimburse the family for the cost of the funeral AND must 10,000 hours of community service which much be completed in five years. That's a lot of hours.
Meanwhile in Prichard, Ala., Kesia Watson got into a fight with a man -- who or may not be the daddy of on one of her eight kids --- drove to his home and left her 8-week-old baby on his front porch without telling anyone
BOOM, BOOM, POW! A lady crashes her car into a woman's home in Mobile, Ala., then takes off.
If you read us everyday, then you already know donkeys are everywhere. But in Dallas, four-legged donkeys are a problem.
Oh, speaking of donkeys, Christopher Curry, 39, severely beat and choked his 5-year-old daughter because she wanted help with her homework. The child did not understand the letter "d" in the alphabet. D is for donkey, indeed.
A man from Cleveland says his 10-year-old autistic son is traumatized and refuses to go back to school because his teacher forced him to eat out of the garbage. Larry Paxton say she wants his son's teacher fired.
Stephanie Moreland explains to police how she lifted a $6,500 mink fur coast from a shop in Bloomington, Mn.