NBC reports that Black Friday shopping took a violent turn when two women got into an all-out brawl with each other at a Philadelphia-area mall.
After several moments of entangled punching and hitting, one of the women pulled out a stun gun on the other woman.
The video shows the two women punching each other and someone in the crowd yelling, "No, stop."
After the two hit the ground, fighting, you can hear the crackle of the stun gun along with fluorescent-colored sparks.
At that point, several people run up and pry the two women apart, but security eventually showed up to handle the situation.
CBS LOS ANGELES reports that a former Marine suspected of slaying four homeless men says his client died after eating Ajax while in his jail cell.
25-year-old suspect Itzcoatl Ocampo apparently gathered enough of the cleaning substance over time to ingest it and bring about his demise.
Ocampo's attorney says that the death raises questions about deputies’ oversight of Ocampo, who had mental health issues.
The suspect was charged with killing 4 homeless men, as well as a former classmate's mother and brother.
He was found shaking and vomiting in his single-man cell and was taken to a hospital where he died Thursday afternoon.
The Iraq war veteran’s trial was set to begin in May, and prosecutors were reportedly planning to seek the death penalty.
Jimmy Fallon performed a hilarious medley of songs with pop hit melodies and Thanksgiving-inspired lyrics.
He was joined by his good friend, actress Rashida Jones, and singer Carrie Underwood.
The amazingly talented students from the Oxnard Unified School District traveled to Burbank just to share some of their talents with us.
They serenaded us with several beautiful songs, and promoted the support of children getting involved in the arts.
Olivia Wise, a Toronto teen whose cover of a Katy Perry song made headlines around the world has passed away at just 16 years old.
Katy Perry responded to the news on Twitter, sayign that Olivia is now “singing with the angels.
Olivia died peacefully in her home on Monday after battling brain cancer.
Attorney Lawrance Bohm spoke with us about the Del Monte company's settlement over claims of immigrant worker discrimination, as well as the legal hazards of inviting people over for Thanksgiving.
He also touched on the School Superintendent being charged in the Steubenville rape case, and the decision of a Florida woman to sue the teens who allegedly bullied her 12-year-old daughter and led her to commit suicide.
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Ladybird is a warm, funny and unique holiday play about love and sacrifice, created from stories shared by members of the local community during workshops with professional theater artists.
Following the performance, 24th Street literally brings the entire show into the heart of their community with a Posada (Christmas procession) that takes actors and audience into and around the neighborhood before bringing everyone back to the theater to celebrate with food, warm ponche (punch) and a traditional star-shaped piñata. Presented in Spanish with English subtitles. Appropriate for all ages.
Starting Dec. 1, elementary and some middle school students in the LAUSD will no longer receive police citations for most acts of misbehavior.
The Daily News reports that according to the new policy, Los Angeles School Police will no longer write criminal citations for infractions such as fighting and writing on desks.
Instead the officers will turn students over to school officials for campus-based punishment that is more in line with their age and the nature of the violations.
Supporters of this move are also pushing to have it expanded to the middle schools, so that 13 and 14-year-olds won't be introduced to the penal system at such an early age.
LAUSD Police Chief Steven Zipperman is requesting that school-based officers to look at misbehavior of students under the age of 13 as a teaching opportunity rather than a reason to hand out citations that could discourage them from attending class altogether.
WE ALSO SPOKE TO AN ORGANIZER BEHIND THIS EFFORT...
Ashley Franklin, an organizer for the Labor Community Strategy Center, spoke with us about the importance of this policy change and how it will affect the future generation. For more info about the center's efforts, click on the link below.
HE ALSO COMPARED TURKEYS TO IMMIGRATION REFORM...
He makes the comment, comparing immigration reform with Thanksgiving turke at 18:00.