Check out this little girl's heartwarming reaction after learning that she's going to be a big sister.
Lara, a Bichon Frise, enjoys taking long walks in the yard on her best friend Gilda’s back. So cute!
On Thursday, March 14, 2019, at approximately 10:08 am, City of Monona Fire and Police personnel responded to the 600 block of Pirate Island for a reported dog that had somehow fallen into the water and could not get up on the ice to get out. On arrival, they found a woman in a kayak was monitoring the dog’s situation, but was unable to reach the animal. Fire personnel were able to throw a safety rope to the kayaker and pull her up on the ice towards shore. As she was pulled towards shore, she was able to grab the dog by its collar and guide it to safety. The animal was reunited with its owner.
Credit: Monona Fire and Police Department
Watch as this MiG-29K fighter jet pulls off an incredibly short takeoff from a ship's runway ramp.
Watch as this adorable baby elephant takes an unfortunate tumble down a steep hill while running with his herd at Biyamiti Camp in the Kruger National Park in South Africa.
We don’t know if the doggy wanted a back scratch or if the owner had enough of waiting. Either way it's hilarious!
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Officer Kelly Horne was traveling behind an Audi and observed the undercarriage of the vehicle was on fire. Officer Horne attempted to stop the vehicle but was unable to do so. As the vehicle continued to travel, the flames from the undercarriage began to intensify. The vehicle eventually came to a stop at which time Officer Horne notified Radio and exited his vehicle. Officer Horne approached the Audi and instructed the driver to exit the vehicle, but the driver would not comply. Officer Horne retrieved his fire extinguisher and attempted to put out the fire so he could remove the driver. The extinguisher was unsuccessful in putting out the fire; therefore, Officer Horne deployed his asp baton striking the passenger windows in an attempt to see inside the vehicle. At this time, backup Officer William Palmer arrived on the scene and attempted to extinguish the flames with his fire extinguisher. Officer Palmer diminished the flames enough to open the passenger door. The driver was instructed to crawl over to Officers Horne and Palmer. At this time, Officer Palmer began to pull the driver from the vehicle. Officers Horne and Palmer then dragged the driver away from the vehicle to safety. A short time later, the vehicle became fully engulfed in flames. It was then determined that the driver was impaired. Had he not been pulled to safety, the driver would not have survived the event.
Credit: Henry County Police Department
On March 12, 2019 at 1:01am Columbus Police was alerted to a wrong way driver on 315 South near Henderson Road.
Freeway patrol officers were able to safely stop the female driver before the possibility of a car accident or worse.
The 26-year-old Worthington woman was charged with DUI.
This is cruiser camera video from Freeway Officer Rob Barrett's cruiser.
Columbus Division of Police
Check out this mind-blowing workout while riding the bicycle at the gym. Unreal!
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Everly was born with congenital cataracts in both eyes. After 4 surgeries, she got new glasses and can now finally see her parents clearly! Look how happy she is!
At 3:33 AM Officer Meadows observed a white female, Tiara Lynn Crace (W/M, DOB: 07/28/1992, 2742 Blue Cypress Lake CT) run from across the street directly to the white Kia, get in and start it. The female then drove off as the officer was attempting to intercept her. Officer Meadows attempted to stop the Kia by turning on the patrol vehicle emergency lights and sirens, but the Kia failed to stop. The Kia then pulled into the driveway of 2742 Blue Cypress Lake Court and Crace ran into the home at the same address. Officer Meadows gave chase on foot into the house where Crace surrendered. Crace told her mother that she ran because she wanted a cheeseburger.
Crace was later transferred to the Lee County Jail.
Credit: Cape Coral Police Department
This is totally priceless! Watch as Cooper the English uses a table to scratch an itch (while creating a mess!).
Ever this a herd of wild rabbits like this before? Check out the impressive encounter this snowmobiler captured on camera.
Tucson Police Department Investigating Suspicious White Powder on Tucson's far East Side.
Officers have been getting numerous reports of the suspicious substance from all over town. Now we finally have some answers for the concerned public.
See video below for information.
Thank you and stay safe Tucson!
Credit: Tucson Police Department
Check out the incredible bond between elephant and human at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Amazing!