Watch this bodycam as a Sevier county deputy sheriff suffers a panic attack during an apprehension and has to have his weapon removed by a paramedic. According to reports Deputy Justin Johnson did not mention the panic attacks in his reports from the December 2016 incident. Brian Keith Mullinax, 41, and his girlfriend, Tina Carrie Jo Cody, 37, spent 42 days in jail on felony charges, accused of causing what was described in court statements as a "panic attack".
As discussed with Tony, Paul and Scott in the 5a hour. Read a 2010 LA Times article that talked about the dark side of hoops under the famous John Wooden Coached UCLA teams. From said article "Wooden, in 1981, told The Times: "There's as much crookedness as you want to find. There was something Abraham Lincoln said — he'd rather trust and be disappointed than distrust and be miserable all the time. Maybe I trusted too much." Times reporters Mike Littwin and Alan Greenberg opined:
" . . . Wooden knew about Gilbert. He knew the players were close to Gilbert. He knew they looked to Gilbert for advice. Maybe he knew more. He should have known much more. If he didn't, it was only because he apparently chose not to look."
Senate Republicans hope to get the ball rolling this week on tax reform, a key priority after their efforts to repeal ObamaCare collapsed earlier this year. But more importantly are Sen McConnell and President Trump now getting along? NBC News Radio's Joe Gomez is following Washington, DC and breaks it down with Tony.
Alyssa Milano's #metoo movement goes viral from Hollywood and Sir Elton is saying farewell to Sin City. That and more in today's entertainment news.
Mayor Greg Fischer joins Tony to talk about manufacturing month, the topping off of the Kentucky International Convention Center and and groundbreaking for expansion of St Mathews Library. The Mayor also responds to a report many of those in favor of a new soccer stadium are also donors to the Mayor's campaign.
Fire officials in California said they "turned a corner" on what has been one of the deadliest outbreaks of wildfires ever to hit the state. Officials warned, however, that 14 large fires are still not fully contained and remain dangerous. So far, 40,000 people have been evacuated. Officials said thousands of displaced residents are being permitted to return home to areas deemed safe.
In his Army dress uniform, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl stood in a military courtroom on Monday and admitted that he intentionally and unlawfully walked away from his remote post in Afghanistan in 2009 before he was captured by fighters aligned with the Taliban. The 31-year-old will learn later this month what his punishment will be – from a dishonorable discharge to a life prison sentence. CBS News Military Analyst Jeff Gilbert breaks it down with Tony.