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    STORES around the country - including Walmart, Kroger, and Dollar General - have implemented self-checkout kiosks to enhance customer experience. These kiosks even have a feature to prevent stealing, but it's not a camera. 3Kroger is among the companies testing self-checkout only storesCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Dollar Tree has also ramped up its self-checkout effortsCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Even as security measures increase, some shoppers continue to steal from self-checkoutCredit: Getty Images - Getty Self-checkout stations were designed to reduce labor expenses for stores. A 1988 article by the Miami Herald found that the system lowered cashier costs by about 66%. But stores are still paying a price as shoppers using self-checkout steal items - even if they don't intend to do so. That's why many stores have added weight sensors to their self-checkout stations. READ MORE STEALING STORIESCAUGHT RED-HANDED Target employee reveals they know when people steal from their storesWATCH OUT! Former Walmart employee says workers pause self-checkout kiosks to prevent theft Installing these sensors helps tighten security around the kiosks - but they also come with...
    Most of our social media feeds are full of cute animal photos that we can sometimes spend hours scrolling through.  Whether it's an adorable puppy with angelic eyes or a kitten desperate for attention, we love to stare at their cute little faces.  But sometimes the camera can click at the wrong moment, leaving the cute creatures looking like they have been caught off-guard. A gallery collected by Bored Panda has picked up some such instances, from an owl that looks like it is running in a race to a cat hiding behind a potted plant. Sadly for these embarrassed animals, they couldn't escape the camera's gaze... It's not everyday you see an owl that looks like it's training for the Olympics and and this one certainly seems to be up for a quick sprint in the park Meanwhile, this raccoon, believed to be in Chicago, US, seems perfectly contented scrolling through a phone rather than watching the world go by Sealed with a kiss! Could anything be cuter than these four seals sharing the love in what looks like...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- ABC7 Chicago has obtained the bodycam video of the Chicago police shooting of a 13-year-old boy from earlier this year on the city's West Side.That 13-year-old boy is now paralyzed after this shooting from May 18.CPD said the teen was a passenger in a suspected stolen vehicle when he jumped out and ran from officers in the city's Austin neighborhood.In the video, you can see officers chasing the teen moments before the shooting outside a gas station.SEE MORE: 'Why and what happened': CPD officer shoots, critically injures 13-year-old carjacking suspectAttorneys for the teen said he was unarmed, and had his hands up right before three shots were fired.But, an attorney for the officer said he believed the boy was armed at the time.Police said no gun was found at the scene.RELATED: Family of unarmed 13-year-old shot by CPD files lawsuit; mom says teen may be permanently paralyzedIn a portion of the video, which ABC7 Chicago decided not to show because of its sensitive nature, officers can be seen dragging the boy's body away from a gas pump.Chicago...
    Focus group guru Frank Luntz said members of the Jan. 6 committee aren’t being as “effective” in making their case because they’re preoccupied with getting attention. The panel is investigating the January 2021 storming of the Capitol by a mob of Donald Trump supporters. Appearing on CNN Monday, Alisyn Camerota aired a clip of committee member Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) speaking on the network. Camerota noted Luntz had previously taken issue with Lofgren’s remarks. “We are going to be connecting the dots during these hearings between these groups and those who were trying in government circles to overturn the elections,” Lofgren said. “Isn’t that their job, Frank?” asked Camerota. “What’s wrong with that language?” “It’s exactly their job, but it’s not the right language,” he answered. “That’s exactly what you do, but you don’t say it. You don’t tell people the conclusion. You let them come to it, which is why these hearings, they could’ve been so much more effective if they’d shown the videos first, give people the evidence, the facts first, and then draw the conclusion.” Luntz accused...
    Netflix camera crews will be 'moved on' if they try to film Harry and Meghan from public areas during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, it was claimed today.  The streaming giant, which is rumoured to be making a documentary about the Sussexes as part of their rumoured $100m (£79m) broadcast deal, is not among media outlets accredited to film the event. While Netflix workers will be able to travel to areas near official Jubilee celebrations, stewards will intervene if they try to set up professional cameras or tripods, a source told the Telegraph.  Dozens of British and international news companies have been given official positions from which to film the royals for a Thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral and other events like Trooping the Colour and the Sunday afternoon pageant. Meghan and Harry at the Invictus Games, where they were trailed by a camera crew  Netflix is not among them, it was reported, while the BBC holds the rights to broadcast the Saturday night concert and pageant.  The Sussexes have previously welcomed Netflix crews to join them at events including the Invictus...
    Mark Levin joined Sean Hannity on Tuesday to give his reaction to a leaked Supreme Court opinion draft that is set to overturn Roe v. Wade. Barring a change of mind from one of the court’s conservative justices, the landmark case ruling that abortion is a constitutionally protected right is poised to be struck down. Politico published the document on Monday night. Written by Justice Samuel Alito, the opinion declares, “Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences.” The opinion says abortion is a matter for the states to decide. Levin appeared on Hannity, where he deployed his preferred method of beginning to speak in a soft tone about a subject before gradually crescendoing into verbal tizzy. On Tuesday, however, he ended up flat-out yelling into the camera. The Fox News weekend host accused Democrats of railing against the opinion without having read it. “There is no federal constitutional right to abortion, period!” he exclaimed, before ripping the 1973 court that decided the case. “They amended the Constitution without...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO has denied saying "I'm not finished yet" into the camera after Manchester United's win over Brentford on Monday night. The Portuguese superstar appeared to mouth the words during a post-match lap of honour with his team-mates after the Red Devils' final home game of the season - in which Ronaldo netted a penalty. 4Ronaldo was being followed by the camera during his lap of honour at Old TraffordCredit: Sky Sports ???? “I’m not finished.” - Cristiano Ronaldo pic.twitter.com/nJZzoXoMNW— Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 2, 2022 4He turned to the camera and said what was widely reported as "I'm not finished yet"Credit: Sky Sports 4Ronaldo has now insisted that was in fact not what he saidCredit: Sky Sports 4Ronaldo has denied saying "I'm not finished" after the match But now he has insisted that was not what he said amid speculation over his future at Old Trafford. In response to an Instagram post about his message into the camera, Ronaldo replied: "I didn't say that." The Man Utd legend has scored 24 goals in 37 appearances for the club so...
    A wealthy Ukrainian man who was able to access one of the cameras inside his estate asked the military to bomb it after he saw Russian troops using it to fire rockets and store looted goods. Andrey Stavnitser owns a large estate west of Kyiv. He told Good Morning Britain he had abandoned the property recently, and that Russian troops had destroyed the home’s cameras. They missed one, a webcam, which Stavnitser used to spy on men who had invaded his country and taken over his property. He watched them store stolen goods in it, amass vehicles outside and fire rockets. That was when he decided to ask his country’s military to target the property he called home. He told the British morning show: It’s a very simple thing. If you had asked me two months ago what my feelings would be if some hostile military people were in my house, I would say fury and anger. However, this is not what I felt. I was surprised. I felt disgusted, I felt dirty looking at some guys walking inside my house....
    A substitute teacher was caught on camera as he berated a teenager who was wearing a thin blue line American flag face mask. Lucas Lillar, 13, who is in the eighth grade at Lyman Gilmore Middle School in Grass Valley, California, near Sacramento, was filmed by another pupil as a substitute teacher reprimanded him in front of the class for wearing the cloth mask.   'That's not the American flag, that's the new confederacy flag,' the teacher can be heard yelling while Lucas attempts to defend himself. Lucas Lillar, 13, was yelled at by a substitute teacher in front of his class for wearing a thin blue line face mask at a middle school near Sacramento. The teacher crossed his arms describing it as the 'new Confederacy flag' The teacher scolded him telling him it was the 'new Confederacy flag!' The interaction was all caught on camera by other students who recorded on their phones 'It's the thin blue line', he says.  'No, it's black, white with some blue line in it,' the teacher goes on.  'It's the thin blue line,'...
    YOU'RE not paranoid if you cover your webcam while using your computer or phone, as you could be spied on through your camera. There are valid safety concerns around webcams and cameras being used against you. 1Your webcam and camera can be used by hackers to spy With the desire to remain connected comes the reality that our privacy is at risk. Malware can be used to access your webcam or camera. Hackers can use this to spy on you and collect information. They can do so by hacking outdated operating systems, software, and even by compromising the data on apps to which you've granted camera access. Often, when updates are issued for operating systems and software, it's to correct security vulnerabilities that have been found. Google recently made headlines for catching 26 security vulnerabilities and calling on Chrome users to update their browser. Most read in TechSTARE INTO SPACE China reveals plans to launch space telescope as race with US heats upSTRANGE ENCOUNTER Mysterious 'celestial spiral' over US sparks 'alien sightings' claimsSPACE INVADERS Alien invaders 'could wipe out...
    Former President Donald Trump said in new video shared online he will be the 47th president of the U.S. – suggesting not only that he'll run to retake the White House, but that he'll win.  Trump made the quip at his Trump National golf course in Florida, in a video posted by Breaking911.  The former president can be seen on the first tee of his course as he prepares to hit a drive shot.  'You're so lucky to be one up,' says an unidentified man who has a thick accent and is off camera. 'We'll be lucky if we're up,' Trump jokes at first, sporting his trademark red Make America Great Again hat. 'First tee. Forty-fifth president of the United States,' says the man, providing a bit of play-by-play. 'Forty-fifth and forty-seventh,' quips Trump in response.  'Forty-fifth and forty-seventh,' said former President Donald Trump when an admirer on his golf course called him the 45th president That prompted nearby admirers to clap as the narrator says 'Yes!' 'I love that,' says another man off-camera.  Trump, 75, then hits his ball with...
    The Ford Mustang lost the muscle car sales race to the Dodge Challenger this year, but a new one is in the works that will be aiming to take back the title soon. A prototype of the next-generation Mustang being tested on public roads has been caught on camera. The car is disguised by a chunky wrap, but the model's iconic long-hood, fastback styling remains evident. Also present is a set of quad exhaust pipes (fitted with EPA testing equipment that makes them look like just two) that confirms it will be powered by an internal combustion engine, even as Dodge prepares to launch an-all electric muscle car in 2024, right around when the new Mustang is expected to go on sale. However, Ford dealers have been told that there will be a hybrid version of the new Mustang. Technical details weren't shared, but Ford currently offers several four-cylinder and V6-based hybrid powertrains in its SUVs and trucks that could work, and has previously filed a patent for a hybrid that had two electric motors attached to the sides of...
    There was a blink-and-you-miss-it moment at the end of the BBC’s much hyped documentary about the royals which any impartial viewer might consider a trifle more important than its position, shoehorned into the programme just before the credits rolled. It was the response from three royal households – Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace – to the hour-long show which included incendiary claims that their aides had briefed against the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. In view of what had gone before, the highly unusual joint statement was a damning indictment of the corporation which was accused of broadcasting ‘overblown and unfounded claims’ about the Royal Family. Insiders said the rift between William and Harry (pictured here with Meghan and Kate in 2020) will be examined in even greater detail in next week's instalment. Royal advisers believe the Queen, Charles and William have not been offered a proper right to reply  It also said it was ‘disappointing’ that the BBC had chosen to air allegations surrounding Harry and Meghan’s controversial exit from Britain. All this would have been highly...
    A Ring doorbell camera caught the moment a pregnant California woman gave birth on her front lawn, a development she said was 'totally not in my birth plan.'  Emily Johnson, 31, can be seen - and heard - pushing her son into the waiting hands of her mother as her husband looked on in the grass outside their Vacaville home Thursday in the astonishing footage.  'I was going to accept those wonderful pain medicines at the hospital,' Emily told CNN. 'Having a natural childbirth was not in my birth plan. But given how fast the labor progressed, we knew I was not getting there.' Johnson's mother, Kristy Sparks, can be heard encouraging Emily to push as the lights of emergency service vehicles flash in the background. She shouts 'we've got a head!' to an EMT from the Vacaville Fire Department who runs up to the family laid out on the grass.   Scroll down for video Emily Johnson, 31, pushed her new baby into her mother's waiting arms on her front lawn last Thursday when she just couldn't make it to...
    Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., was sharply criticized Wednesday after being caught on video claiming she was only wearing a mask at an event because a Republican tracker was present.  The video, posted on Twitter by the Washington Free Beacon, showed the masked "Squad" member mingling with a group of mostly masked people outdoors. Tlaib briefly walked out of site behind someone before one of the unmasked individuals can be heard apologizing for not wearing his mask as he puts it on his face. "I'm just wearing it because I've got a Republican tracker," Tlaib says, laughing and pulling her mask away from her face while speaking and pointing in the direction of the camera.  Democrat and Republican trackers, usually a campaign related position, operate in close proximity to opposing candidates and politicians, following their every move with the hopes of recording blunders or mistakes that could be used against them politically.  RASHIDA TLAIB SAYS SHE'S ONLY WEARING A MASK BECAUSE OF A ‘REPUBLICAN TRACKER’ NEAR HER Critics took to social media to blast Tlaib, with some questioning if she thought...
    APPLE’S new iPhone 13 is getting rave reviews – but its best upgrade isn’t the new camera or 5G. The Sun has already tested the device – you can read about it in our iPhone 13 review. 1The iPhone 13 has a brilliant trick hidden up its sleeveCredit: Apple Apple has made huge improvements to the camera, which now takes much better snaps in the dark. And the new iPhone 13 supports speedy 5G internet – a feature only added last year. But one of the biggest upgrades for everyday iPhone users is the boost to storage. The entry-level iPhone 13 now has 128GB of storage. That’s double the 64GB storage included on the iPhone 12. Importantly, the price of the iPhone 13 remains the same in the US – and is actually cheaper in the UK by £20. Most read in TechHANGING UP Biden could BAN four phones over 'security fears' – and they're NOT HuaweiBITE OF THE APPLE New iPhone 13 is out this week – prices, plus how and when to buy itMAIL FAIL Your Gmail could...
    Apple is urging users not to mount iPhones on a motorcycle because the high-amplitude vibrations can degrade the smartphone’s camera system over time. The tech giant shared the warning on Saturday in its support forum, stating the iPhone camera lenses with optical image stabilization (OIS) or closed-loop autofocus (AF) are susceptible damage. This is because gyroscopes and/or magnetic sensors help compensate for movement and vibration when shooting photos or video. James Chadbourne, an iOS user, found out first-hand just how bad the vibrations are for the iPhone. Sharing a post on Twitter earlier this month, he wrote: ‘First ride on the motorcycle and I think I toasted the camera in my iPhone. 8 miles. Crappy design.’ Apple is urging users not to mount iPhones on a motorcycle because the high-amplitude vibrations can degrade the smartphone’s camera system over time. The camera lenses with optical image stabilization (OIS) or closed-loop autofocus (AF) are susceptible damage Apple is also owners of lower-powered vehicles, like mopeds and electric scooters, to use a vibration-dampening mount that can minimize the chances of any damage....
    The Indian city that has overtaken 150 major world cities According to a recent Forbes list, most cities in the world have the highest number of CCTV cameras used. Delhi, the national capital of India, tops the list of 150 major cities in the world. In fact it has made all the leading countries look back at the capital of India. Is this the only city with more cameras per square mile? According to this latest survey, Delhi has been selected as the most secure surveillance city with more cameras per square mile and is in the first place. Based on the analysis of 150 cities in the world, it is said that Delhi has installed more CCTV cameras in public places. According to Forbes data, a total of 1,826.6 cameras are currently installed per square mile in Delhi. The train which was 2 hours late .. hit the jackpot for 2035 passengers.! Do you know the compensation given by IRCTC? Which place is in Chennai city in Tamil Nadu? Apart from Delhi in India, the city of...
    MONROE, La. -- Graphic body camera video kept secret for more than two years shows a Louisiana State Police trooper pummeling a Black motorist 18 times with a flashlight - an attack the trooper defended as "pain compliance.""I'm not resisting! I'm not resisting!" Aaron Larry Bowman can be heard screaming between blows on the footage obtained by The Associated Press. The May 2019 beating following a traffic stop left him with a broken jaw, three broken ribs, a broken wrist and a gash to his head that required six staples to close.Bowman's encounter near his Monroe home came less than three weeks after troopers from the same embattled agency punched, stunned and dragged another Black motorist, Ronald Greene, before he died in police custody on a rural roadside in northeast Louisiana. Video of Greene's death similarly remained under wraps before AP obtained and published it earlier this year.Federal prosecutors are examining both cases in a widening investigation into police brutality and potential cover-ups involving both troopers and state police brass.EMBED More News Videos WARNING, GRAPHIC: Body camera video shows Louisiana...
    Xiaomi dixit: That the cameras under the screen have improved in this ‘2nd Gen’, does not mean that we can think of the Mi MIX 4 as a mobile for selfies. Already converted into number 1 in the mobile industry, from China it seems that Xiaomi I wanted to counterprogram the complete Unpacked to Samsung, and it is also that the firm led by Lei Jun rose above expectations with his new and impressive Mi MIX 4, accompanied for the occasion by the Mi Pad 5 tablet, the Mi TV 6 OLED television and a robotic dog named CyberDog that has left almost all of us speechless. In fact, it is that despite the numerous and interesting escorts, the great protagonist was undoubtedly the return of Xiaomi’s most innovative family, which brought out his DNA again with the search for the best “full view” experience and the front with the highest percentage of screen that was possible. The spectacular front of the Mi MIX 4, without cuts or dressings, all screen. With these premises it was presented a...
    FONTANA (CBSLA) — The Fontana Police Department released video footage from a burglary that led to an officer opening fire and fatally shooting unarmed 29-year-old Daverion Deauntre Kinard. Police Chief Billy Green said in a statement shared on Thursday that the video was prepared to help the department continue to “build and maintain trust with the community.” READ MORE: Help Needed To Identify Tow Truck Driver That Struck And Killed Pedestrian In South LA At 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 13, the police’s dispatch center received a 911 call about a burglary at a home. A homeowner’s Ring doorbell camera picked up the suspect looking around the home and removing a front window screen. The burglar was seen leaving the residence, then returning to gain entrance through the window. When police got to the scene, they saw the suspect inside, who refused to obey commands not to move. The suspect ran out the back door and into the neighborhood, Green said. Officers took off toward the suspect as one officer was heard on the body camera footage saying that the...
    Millions of us are mesmerized by the countless wildlife videos that quickly go viral on social media.  Whether it is the behavior of a bear appearing to dance, or cubs and wild kittens taking a stroll, we are eager to catch these glimpses of wild animals doing their thing. How strange it is then that many of these beloved and iconic species continue to be moving targets for trophy hunters. To state things plainly, there is something wrong with the system. Despite what the science tells us, some state wildlife agencies continue to make cruel and inappropriate management decisions to benefit trophy hunters, particularly those who target native carnivores like bears, mountain lions (aka cougars), wolves, coyotes, foxes, and bobcats. These highly sentient, family-oriented species are slaughtered for fun – to collect and display their heads, hides, and even their lifeless corpses for a triumphant victory photo on social media. For all who agree that we should treasure and protect wildlife, here is a look at our top 10 viral wildlife video favorites: 10. Mama Cougar Protecting her Babies "My...
    The Xiaomi Mi 11i 5G is even more interesting with this offer that stars on Amazon. The Xiaomi Mi 11i 5G It came on the market a few months ago as an alternative to the Xiaomi Mi 11, also with great specifications, but for a lower price. The truth is that the Mi 11i 5G is a spectacular phone, with a beautiful design and all the power of the Snapdragon 888, and the truth is also that now it can be yours for just 510 euros in Amazon. In addition to the most powerful Snapdragon processor on the market, this Xiaomi Mi 11i 5G shines in many more aspects. Of course, a large screen with technology AMOLED, a 108 MP main camera and a good battery with 33W fast charge are among those prominent details. There are only a few units in stock of this Mi 11i 5G, so you must hurry to buy it on sale before it returns to its original price. Buy the Xiaomi Mi 11i 5G at the best price 140 euros discount for the...
    Xiaomi continues to polish a Mi MIX 4 that does not finish materializing, but that confirms its classic design (not foldable) and a camera under the screen. It has been weeks, almost months, that we have heard siren songs around a highly anticipated Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 that does not finish becoming a reality, although all the rumors converge most likely we will finally see him this year 2021 accompanying the folding Mi MIX Fold that was already presented a while ago. In fact, it is that GizmoChina brings us some additional details of a smartphone called bring to life, in style, the most innovative Xiaomi family, missing in action since October 2018 but will return with a classic cut smartphone with an optimized front, the purest DNA of the Mi MIX, choosing to integrate a camera under display. A recreation of what the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 is expected to be, at least according to leaked information. The sources of the news also say that The new Mi MIX 4 could be presented in China on August...
    A Caledonia police officer is shown on viral video throwing a plastic bag in the backseat of a car he had pulled over under suspicion of a traffic violation. A Wisconsin police chief has come to the defense of one of his officers, who was the subject of viral video that showed the officer throwing a plastic bag into the back of a car he pulled over on Wednesday. In the video, which was discovered by CBS 58, a passenger in the car can be heard saying: "Hey bro, what's that?" The officer, who hasn't been named publicly, responded with: "What's what?" In the exchange that played out in less than 20 seconds, the passenger questioning the officer said he saw the cop throw the bag into the car and was recording. "I got you on camera bro," the passenger said. The officer responded with: "I got you on camera, we're all good." Caledonia Police Chief Christopher Botsch said in a statement released on Saturday that in conducting an internal review of the incident, additional footage from the body cameras of officers on the scene revealed the officer “is NOT planting evidence or...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Only on 2. A plant poacher was caught on camera. READ MORE: "I Didnt Look At It As Success At All: Community Groups Said Their Voices, Projects Not Included In Crime Prevention Plans Video shows a lady stealing two big planters from the front of someone’s house. Now people in a Chicago neighborhood are banding together to catch the green-thumbed thief. CBS 2’s Steven Graves reports from the southwest side where he spoke to the owner of those pilfered plants. Those plants were big and they were snatched from the front porch. As petty as this sounds, it was a costly crime. And it’s a growing concern. For a community rooted in its pride of foliage and flowers.. “Here I am, trying to beautify my home…” A problem is blossoming that neighbors wish would die off. “I just couldn’t understand it,” said a neighbor named Mary. On Monday, when the sun had barely come up, Hector Gonzalez did his usual routine of watering his plants. “I’m walking towards the front with my watering can and they’re not...
    A helpful Amazon delivery driver didn't hesitate to fulfil a special request to kill a spider camping out in a customer's front porch.  Gwen Sanchez, who lives in Texas, had ordered some products from Amazon and when checking out decided to try her luck with putting in an 'additional request'.  She wrote: 'There is a huge spider on my front porch who is refusing to leave and I’m too scared to go out my front door.  'If you could kill the spider for me that would be amazing. Thank you!' Gwen Sanchez, who lives in Texas, had ordered some products from Amazon and when checking out decided to try her luck with putting in an 'additional request'. Pictured: The delivery driver taking off his shoe to kill the spider  To Ms Sanchez's delight when the delivery driver arrived he could be seen on her doorbell camera first safely delivering her package before tackling the spider It falls off the wall near her front door but the driver doesn't stop there, he then makes sure the job is...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore police officer Maxwell Dundore faces 10 years in prison after a grand jury indicted him for assaulting a 17-year-old in the 2800-block of Mayfield Avenue. At this point, the body-worn camera video is not being released and the mayor, commissioner and state’s attorney have not yet answered questions on camera @wjz https://t.co/9TkZlFGoHS #Baltimore Police statement ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/a3nT3TYED8 READ MORE: BWI Airport Hires Additional Staff To Assist With Summer Travel Spike — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) July 16, 2021 It happened in April of 2020 when the officer saw the teen getting out of a car that had been reported stolen. Mayor Scott’s statement on Baltimore police officer/sergeant indictment: “I am disgusted by these allegations and remain committed to improving this culture and lack of humanity.” @wjz pic.twitter.com/FNON7sp4AY — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) July 16, 2021 Here’s how Baltimore City State’s Attorney said the encounter unfolded: Officer Dundore slammed the teen face down on the concrete, wrapped his arm around his neck and told him, “I swear to god, I’ll choke you out if you don’t stop.”...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A Lakeview woman was stunned to discover that someone recently ripped off each and every rose bush she planted. As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reported Wednesday night, Natalie Gordon is so upset that there is now a reward to find the thief spotted on camera unearthing the flowers. READ MORE: Jeannette Woman Accused Of Breaking Coffee Mug Over Police Officers Head Gordon enjoys gardening and has developed a green thumb over the years too – some little cherry or grape tomatoes are growing in her front yard right now. Some rose buses used to be growing along the parkway too, but not anymore. “This like one of my lilies – it was torn out by the roots,” she said as she showed Terry the damage. “This is like one of my rose bushes.” Every rose bus was destroyed – not by weather, but by one guy caught on camera. Surveillance video captured him coming by with a shovel and carefully uprooting each bush, leaving huge holes where roses sprouted. “It’s really deflating – all that work, all...
    (CNN)A senior officer who came to the scene where Louisiana State troopers were arresting Ronald Greene after a car chase did not initially report his camera footage in the evidence submitted to District Attorney John Belton, according to a spokesperson for the Louisiana State Police.Lt. John Clary's body camera and dash camera of the May 10, 2019, incident were among nine videos released by Louisiana State Police during a Friday news conference by Louisiana State Police Superintendent Col. Lamar Davis.The circumstances of Greene's death have drawn fresh attention after the release of videos -- initially by the Associated Press and then by the Louisiana State Police -- showing the encounter with police. Greene, a 49-year-old Black man, died after what the police described as resisting arrest and a struggle with officers. However, his family said that they were told that Greene died in a car crash after a police chase. Greene's family filed a federal wrongful death suit filed on May 6, 2020, alleging he was "brutalized by Louisiana State Police and Union Parish Deputy Officers which caused his death."Read...
    (CNN)Two years since Ronald Greene's death -- and two days since Louisiana authorities released a series of videos of their encounter with him -- his mother says she's still in shock. "Just trying to... bring it into reality, that this has happened to my son, grief stricken isn't the word," Mona Hardin told CNN on Saturday. "It's horrific, it's so evil."Greene died after a police chase and his death has been the subject of a two-year investigation. On Friday, Louisiana State Police (LSP) released a series of nine body camera and dash camera videos offering a graphic account of the May 10, 2019 encounter with the 49-year-old Black man. That release came after portions of at least two videos were reported on by the Associated Press earlier in the week. His family says they were told he died in a car wreck. Video now shows Ronald Greene was kicked, dragged and tased by policeHardin told CNN that following the deadly encounter, she had been shown footage without sound, but knew there was more that authorities weren't sharing. She said she...
    MINNEAPOLIS -- Cell phone video shows the moment a 9-year-old boy climbed onto a luggage conveyor belt at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport last weekend.The boy who got on the device after leaving his parents at the Delta check-in area was not injured.The video was obtained by Minnesota Public Radio.Airport spokesperson Pat Hogan said the incident happened early Saturday afternoon as a group of about 20 people were checking their bags for a trip they were taking together.Hogan said initially no one in the group noticed the boy was missing, Minnesota Public Radio News reported."There was a lot of confusion because there were so many people in the group," he said. "They were all checking their bags and putting their own bags on the conveyors, so it took a second for them to realize he was missing - but as soon as they did people sprang into action and the police were able to find him quickly."Police found the boy in under five minutes.Hogan said the incident will likely lead to a review of baggage system security safeguards to see...
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