Though not classified as mentally ill, inmate Antonio Coleman has more than 40 reported incidents of self-abuse in four months at Louisville Metro. He promises that next time, he’s going out the hard way. watch
April 4, 1991. Four gunmen are holding hostages in a Sacramento, Calif. electronics store until their demands are met—and those demands are becoming increasingly outrageous. Watch as the eight-hour standoff explodes in "Caught on Camera: Hostage." watch
Inmates in housing units at Louisville Metro Department of Corrections Jail are supervised remotely. This can limit response times when violence erupts. And fights can break out over the smallest things—like noodles. watch
When skydiving instructor Steve Jester isn’t jumping out of planes, he’s hurling himself off of things. Oftentimes, bridges. There’s only one small problem— jumping off of bridges is against the law. Will this daredevil end up behind bars? watch
Meet repeat offender Brian Voltz. Even a car accident that left him walking with a cane hasn’t slowed him down. Learn more about Brian Voltz in "Lockup: Extended Stay: Louisville – Lightning Voltz" watch
When crowds of college students mix with too much alcohol, the result can be a cocktail of bad behavior. In this clip, house parties in Albany, N.Y. spill out into the street after an all-nighter, just before the city’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. But... watch
In Alpharetta, Ga., football fans are gathered at a local restaurant to watch their beloved Atlanta Falcons play the Indianapolis Colts. What these excited fans don’t know is they’re about to get a surprise tackle from a very unexpected visitor. watch
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