Park guests and employees at Six Flags Great Escape park in upstate New York became unlikely heroes when they stepped in to rescue a teenage girl dangling from a gondola ride, working together to catch her as she fell 25 feet into their arms
Scary cell phone video captures the moment a teen girl hangs off the edge of a Six Flags ride, then drops into a crowd of people that catch her. She fell about 25 feet.
The 19-year-old Disney Channel star Bella Thorne went club-hopping with friends and Kourtney Kardashian's ex in Los Angeles Thursday night. Bella and Scott, 34, had dinner at Catch LA and then made their way to 1 OAK, which hosted a 32nd birthday party for singer Lana Del Rey, where they were joined by a few friends, including about seven other women.
Police are investigating reports a woman was seen being dragged into a car and struggling to escape the vehicle early on Saturday, June 24.CCTV footage of a ute was released as part of the investigation. Police confirmed in a statement they had been called following reports a woman was heard screaming for help and beeping a car horn, however no one has been reported missing from that area.According to the St Marys Mt Druitt Star police are concerned for the woman’s safety. Credit: NSW Police Force via Storyful
A Chicago family is demanding an apology after they say two young brothers were kicked out of 7-eleven for being racially profiled and accused of trying to steal.
Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton were the it couple of the country music world, so when they split, it came as a shock to everyone. But Miranda says her post-breakup album 'The Weight of These Wings' was a great therapeutic process.
Jun.25 -- Glencore's last-minute bid for Australian coal mines leaves Rio Tinto with a dilemma. Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." Peter Grauer, the chairman of Bloomberg LP, is a senior independent non-executive director at Glencore.
Chicago police Officer Ben Jones says he`s `always on duty,` and his training came in handy when he was able to save the life of a man who had a massive heart attack while playing basketball.