Jane Velez-Mitchell

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Mom flips out in Hawaii road rage incident

Mom flips out in Hawaii road rage incident

Jane and her Lion's den panel debate: Is there any justification for a wild case of road rage caught on tape?

Ryan Arakaki admits he cut off a fellow driver while driving near Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, but he had no idea what was about to come his way because of his actions.

Cops seek 'person of interest' in Hannah Graham investigation

Cops seek 'person of interest' in Hannah Graham investigation

The frantic search for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham takes a wild turn as police release new surveillance video from the night the 18-year-old student disappeared and announce a possible new lead in the investigation.

Hannah Graham was last seen just before midnight on September 13 after a night out with friends.  According to cops, the 18-year-old sophomore was intoxicated. A male friend offered to walk her home but she declined.

Did Joan Rivers' doc take a selfie?

Did Joan Rivers' doc take a selfie?

A shocker in the death of Joan Rivers.  A source close to the investigation tells CNN that the 81-year-old comedian's personal doctor took a selfie in the procedure room while Rivers was under anesthesia.  And that's not all.  Investigators believe that same doctor performed an unlicensed biopsy on Rivers without her consent!

Rivers went to Manhattan’s Yorkville Endoscopy for a routine endoscopy, which means a camera was put down her throat to check on her vocal cords.  The clinic's medical director Dr. Lawrence Cohen performed the procedure.  Then, according to a source, Rivers’ personal ear, nose, and throat doctor performed a biopsy, meaning he took a small sample of cells from her vocal cords, without Rivers’ prior consent.  That doctor wasn't legally certified to perform a biopsy in that clinic.  Investigators believe that Rivers’ vocal cords began to swell during the biopsy, cutting off the flow of oxygen to her lungs, leading to the cardiac arrest.  The legend was rushed to the hospital but it was too late.  She never regained consciousness, and passed away a few days later, on September 4, when she was taken off of life support.

Teen placed in coma after tasing by cop

Teen placed in coma after tasing by cop

An FBI investigation is underway after a traffic stop on Sunday in Independence, Missouri went horribly wrong.

Bryce Masters, 17, went into a medically induced coma after a police officer used a stun gun on the teen, allegedly causing cardiac arrest.

Oh my God Becky look at this goat!

Oh my God Becky look at this goat!

Jane Velez-Mitchell is teaming up with animal welfare expert Jane Garrison and adoptapet.com to try to find some amazing animals new and loving homes. You can find information on adopting each animal below. And you can always go to adoptapet.com to rescue an animal near you! If you save any of these animals, please send us a photo so we can post it on the website. Our email address is Jane@hlntv.com

Here's the information on adopting these pets:

Missing mom Kristy Kelley's body found

Missing mom Kristy Kelley's body found

The body of missing mother Kristy Kelley was found inside a vehicle submerged in water, according to the Warrick County (Indiana) Sheriff's office.

Kelley was last seen August 15 in Boonville, Indiana, around 1:30 a.m. The mother of two spent the night out drinking with friend. Her cell phone was found in the bar's bathroom the next morning, but there was no sign of Kelley anywhere.

Adam Matos charged with four counts of murder

Adam Matos charged with four counts of murder

A Florida man accused of brutally murdering four people has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder.

Adam Matos was charged with killing his ex girlfriend, Megan Brown, both her parents and her new boyfriend. He maintains his innocence.

Robin Thicke: 'I was high on Vicodin & alcohol'

Robin Thicke: 'I was high on Vicodin & alcohol'

Bombshells in the deposition of singer Robin Thicke, who is being sued over his hit song "Blurred Lines."  The family of legend Marvin Gaye claims Thicke, Pharrell Williams, and rapper T.I. ripped off Gaye’s classic "Got to Give it Up."

Thicke says he's been called the white Marvin Gaye throughout his career and admits he’s a huge fan of the late soul singer.  Thicke has a 20% co-writing credit on the contested song “Blurred Lines”—but now he's saying he actually wasn't that involved, he just wanted credit when the song became a huge hit!  In fact, Thicke says he was drunk and high on Vicodin when he and Pharrell worked on the song.  He has also implied that his drug and alcohol problems may have been one of the reasons his wife actress Paula Patton left him earlier this year.

Mom: My son was shot 'because he was black'

Mom: My son was shot 'because he was black'

The family of a young, African American man who was shot dead by two white police officers says he was racially profiled.

Saratoga Springs Police Department says they responded to reports of a “suspicious individual walking around a local business with a ‘samurai-type’ sword.”

College student disappears after leaving party alone

College student disappears after leaving party alone

New information is revealed in the search to find a beautiful missing University of Virginia student, Hannah Graham.

Police just released new surveillance photos taken at Graham’s apartment building just hours before she vanished.

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