Heart-pounding surveillance footage showed mom Brittany Morse pointing a weapon at an intruder in her California house as she dialed 911 for help. The Taft mother held the alleged burglar at gunpoint while she waited for police to arrive. The incident started when Morse's daughter, Aubrey, opened the door leading to the garage and saw the strange man. "It's a little overwhelming, but I did the right thing," Morse said. "I protected my children."
Twins Lucy and Maria Aylmer are twins but most people wouldn't believe it based on their appearance. They have the same mom and dad but Lucy has pale white skin with red hair while Maria has a caramel complexion and thick curly black hair.
The uncle accused of executing six members of his family faced a judge Monday in Texas. Ronald Haskell, 39, was clean-shaven and wearing a suit as his murder trial got underway in Houston. Prosecutors say in July 2014, Haskell wanted revenge for his recent divorce. He allegedly stole a gun and went to the home of his ex-wife's sister. Katie Stay was first to die, trying to protect her children, according to the prosecutor. Her 15-year-old daughter, Cassidy, played dead until her uncle left.
A mom who made headlines when she accused a Starbucks employee of ripping off her debit card is speaking out about her now-viral video. The footage of Juana Martinez confronting the young woman at the Starbucks drive-thru has been viewed nearly two million times on YouTube. She drove back to the Starbucks near Los Angeles with her husband recording the confrontation on his cellphone. The worker made no attempt to deny the accusations. The young woman apologizes repeatedly.
More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC A 25-year-old escaped from the trunk of her car after a kidnapper allegedly forced her inside and now many are calling her a hero. She seized a chance to escape after her gun-toting kidnapper drove into a gas station in Birmingham, Alabama where he used the woman's ATM card to withdraw money from her bank account. Then, as he drove off, she popped the trunk and jumped out, running into a convenience store where the manager helped her and she called police.
Was Natalia Grace really a child when she was adopted by an American couple, or was she a woman posing as a little girl? Michael and Kristine Barnett adopted Natalia in Florida in 2010. They say they were told she was from Ukraine and had a rare form of dwarfism. Michael Barnett said the couple believed the girl was 6. The couple, who are now divorced, claim they were scammed into adopting Natalia, who is really a 30-year-old woman, they say.
A five-year-old girl named Lexi got a medal for saving the lives of her mom and baby brother after their car plunged down an embankment in the Canadian Rockies. Her mom Angela was driving home with her kids when she fell asleep at the wheel and dr...
It's been nine years since the King of Pop died. Michael Jackson was 50 when he suffered a fatal overdose at his home, leaving behind three young children who were raised by his extended family. Jackson had two children with ex-wife Debbie Rowe, Michael Prince Jr. and Paris. His youngest child, Prince Michael Jackson II, was conceived with an anonymous surrogate. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 Ellen James-Penney loves being an English professor. But when she leaves work at San Jose State University, she heads home to her car. Believe it or not, she’s not the only professor living this way. Michelle Mitchell, an adjunct professor of religion at Florida’s Broward College, lives out of a van. For both these dedicated teachers, the fear of being homeless takes a backseat to the fear of leaving the profession they love.
Nation Hahn tearfully confronted John Broyhill, his best friend and also the man who murdered his wife. Broyhill pleaded not guilty to murder but jurors took just 90 minutes to reach a verdict and he was found guilty.
The family of a woman who drowned while a 911 operator appeared to mock her say they are appalled by the handling of her emergency, but they forgive the operator. A frantic Debbie Stevens sobbed as she was on the phone with an operator in Arkansas while she was trapped in a flash flood on the morning of Aug. 24. Stevens eventually drowned. Now, her family is speaking out, telling Inside Edition they are furious at the handling of her emergency.
In 2017, Richard Ragland was enjoying a day with friends at a Tennessee lake, when he slipped under the water and drowned. Now, diver Rich Aloha has found Ragland’s GoPro camera at the bottom of the lake. The device contained footage of Ragland’s final hours. Aloha reached out to Ragland’s family about the footage. He told Inside Edition, “They were just stunned.” He said, “I don’t think there’s ever been a more impactful find.”
A little boy was caught on home security cameras entering another person's garage only to hug the homeowner's dog. Homeowner, Hollie Mallet, was reviewing her security video and was surprised. "This little boy loved our dog so much that he just wanted to steal a quick hug," she told Inside Edition. She posted the video on Facebook asking who the child is. Josh does not need to sneak into the garage any longer, as Mallet has invited him to play with Duchess anytime he wants.
Aaron Fraser is testifying against his own father, Michael Haim, after finding his mother's remains while renovating his childhood home. Fraser was just 3 years old when his mom, Bonnie Haim, vanished from their Jacksonville, Florida, home in 1993. Michael was an immediate suspect in Bonnie's death, according to police, but her remains were never found and the case went cold. Fraser grew up and eventually stumbled on his mother's skull at his family's home in 2014.
A terrified Sandra Bullock called 911 after an alleged stalker broke into her mansion in Bel-Air, California. In the call, the Oscar winner asked, "All I saw is like a dark sweatshirt and dark pants."
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