Every year, dozens of children die when they are left in hot cars. Evenflo and Walmart have teamed up to sell a new infant car seat that will sound an alarm if a child is still strapped in the car seat after the car ignition is turned off.
NASCAR said "thank you" to a U.S. Army veteran for his 20 years of service. Driver Aric Almirola handed over the keys to a new Ford Fusion painted to look like a race car! Luther Martin and his family also received a year's worth of groceries.
New research into nerve pathways had had some surprising results. Several paralyzed patients in the study can now raise themselves from sitting to standing. They hope that even this small change can lead to big developments for more people.
Some guests ran for their lives, others stopped to take photos and video of the fire at the Cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas. Fire broke out in the Bamboo Pool area of the hotel Saturday afternoon. Las Vegas Fire Chief Greg Cassell says he's never seen anything like this fire. "What made it move so fast were all the fake palm trees," Cassell said. The plastic foam used to make the trees "is like solid gasoline to us," he said. That's why the fire "took off like a rocket." No one was seriously injured.
Road rage apparently led to a deadly shooting in Tampa, Florida. Robert Doyle is charged with shooting Candelerio Gonzalez to death in front of his family Thursday night. Doyle told police that Gonzalez tried to force his car off the road, then followed him home. Gonzalez's wife called 911 to report Doyle's "aggressive driving" and the operator warned them not to follow Doyle. The recording of the call picked up her screams when her husband was shot. Legal analyst Danny Cevallos says, Doyle might try to argue self-defense.
Wrestler Hulk Hogan is apologizing for using racial slurs that can be heard on an unauthorized sex tape. The National Enquirer released a transcript of the wrestler's rant, in which he talks about his daughter dating African-American men. Hogan has apologized and says he resigned from WWE, but the wrestling organization says it fired him.
When Junior Seau is inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame next month, his family won't be allowed to speak at the ceremony. It's a tough blow for his family, who believes that Seau's 2012 suicide was directly related to brain injuries he received playing pro-football. They've filed a suit against the NFL. The Hall of Fame say the policy of not allowing family members to speak has been in place since 2010.
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You've likely seen the dashcam video of a Texas state trooper arresting motorist Sandra Bland. The interaction between trooper Brian Encinia and Bland seemed to quickly go from routine to confrontational. Three days after she was arrested, Bland was found hanging in her jail cell. An autopsy ruled her death a suicide. Despite the autopsy report, Bland's family insists that she would never have taken her own life. The Bland case is focusing the conversation on the apparently lack of trust between people in the black community and law enforcement. How can that relationship be repaired? And what are your rights when you get pulled over by the police? To get some insight, HLN’s Lynn Smith sat down with Cedric Alexander, former police chief of DeKalb County, Georgia.