Screenshot of today’s Anniston Star website.
Screenshot of today’s Anniston Star website.
Screenshot of today’s Anniston Star website.

‘You're being a bad girl:' News exec spanks a female reporter to ‘calm her down’

January 03, 2018 09:16 AM

More Videos

Friends, family and veterans gather to remember Conway Navy SEAL veteran 0:20

Friends, family and veterans gather to remember Conway Navy SEAL veteran

Witness describes scene as Myrtle Beach police respond to reported armed robbery 2:07

Witness describes scene as Myrtle Beach police respond to reported armed robbery

Fire at Heavenly Grace Ministries Church in Socastee 0:34

Fire at Heavenly Grace Ministries Church in Socastee

What happens when the government shuts down? 1:38

What happens when the government shuts down?

Greenwood Hall closes suddenly, leaving 50 without work 0:42

Greenwood Hall closes suddenly, leaving 50 without work

Why should you know and care about Djibouti? It's connected to Fort Worth! 3:56

Why should you know and care about Djibouti? It's connected to Fort Worth!

Several houses relocated along Ocean Blvd. in North Myrtle Beach 1:49

Several houses relocated along Ocean Blvd. in North Myrtle Beach

Beach Ball Classic Slam Dunk Contest 2017 1:11

Beach Ball Classic Slam Dunk Contest 2017

Coast Guard rescues eight after boat run aground near Charleston 7:26

Coast Guard rescues eight after boat run aground near Charleston

Suspect's vehicle flips after dramatic police chase 3:24

Suspect's vehicle flips after dramatic police chase

  • Suspect's vehicle flips after dramatic police chase

    The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office has released dashcam footage of a December 28 police chase during which shots were fired at a patrol car. The chase ended when the suspect’s vehicle, a Ford Explorer, flipped. Virginia State Police said the chase began shortly after 11:30 am on December 28 when the suspect refused to stop on Interstate 95. During the pursuit, police said, shots were fired from the suspect’s vehicle. One bullet, police said, penetrated a patrol car’s windshield. “The trooper escaped injury when he ducked to the side and the bullet lodged in his driver’s seat,” police said.