Surveillance from a police dash cam released Wednesday shows the moment officers arrived at a home in Texas just as it exploded into a large fireball. The released by the Hurst Police Department shows several officers pulling up to the house on April 7 after it was hit by an SUV, which severed a gas line. As an officer starts to approach the structure, the home bursts into flames, sending debris throughout the neighborhood, located about 12 miles outside of Fort Worth. Three members of the family who were inside the home at the time were hurt, and an officer who helped rescue them was treated for minor injuries. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
With empty ballparks early in 2018 (yes, weather is a factor), east coast college basketball games starting near 10 pm and other sports lagging in attendance is John Feinstein right? CLICK HERE TO READ.
On April 19th, 1993, a religious compound outside Waco burned to the ground, killing more than 80 people and ending a 51-day siege involving the group’s leader and federal agents investigating allegations of child abuse and potential gun violations. Precisely two years later, Timothy McVeigh exacted revenge on the U.S. government by blowing up the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people, including 19 children under six. Jim Ryan covered both stories first-hand and shares his recollections.
With North Korean diplomacy continuing, there is talk of a peace treaty to finally officially end the Korean War. Reaching a treaty agreement might be more complicated than it appears. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer will look at the armistice signed in 1953, and what the potential problems are in reaching a peace treaty.