Video of an injured sea turtle getting a second chance at life thanks to a 3D printed titanium jaw is racking up thousands of views on YouTube.
Movie Review of the reboot “Mad Max: Fury Road” starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron.
After video of a violent arrest in San Jose last weekend went viral, police in San Jose admitted the video is tough to watch, but defended the use of force on the suspect.
The San Jose Police Department’s internal affairs division is investigating what some citizens described as “police brutality” in a three-minute, one second video that has already been viewed nearly 100,000 times, and is being watched more than 20,000 times an hour Monday night.
The Oakland Police Department has been wearing body cameras since 2010, but the head of the Oakland Police Officers’ Association warns of the push to incorporate the cameras nationwide.
The Mobile Justice app allows users to record encounters with police that will be automatically submitted to their local chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
A man suspected of groping a 12-year-old at a Palo Alto market last weekend has turned himself in to the police. A huge public response on social media forced him to surrender after police released his photo from surveillance video of the incident.
Who would have thought (OK Google thought it.) that the average person would get so much enjoyment out of looking at other people’s user created video.
A California county has approved paying a $650,000 settlement to avoid a lawsuit by a man whose beating by deputies after a horse chase was captured on video.
For most casual fans the Warriors haven’t been appointment television since, well, ever. But with potential MVP Stephen Curry and company compiling the 6th best record in NBA history, it’s time for even the hardest to impress fans to jump on the bandwagon.