More Videos

Banned books that shaped American literature 2:08

Banned books that shaped American literature

How much exercise do you need? 1:03

How much exercise do you need?

15 creepy things animals can do 1:35

15 creepy things animals can do

Take a sneak peek inside an Amazon fulfillment center 1:05

Take a sneak peek inside an Amazon fulfillment center

Bannon tells California Republicans that nothing is more important than winning 0:54

Bannon tells California Republicans that nothing is more important than winning

The rules for growing marijuana in Sacramento 1:48

The rules for growing marijuana in Sacramento

'Just believe': Zach Randolph makes debut as Kings win at Dallas 1:43

'Just believe': Zach Randolph makes debut as Kings win at Dallas

How rookies Reuben Foster, C.J. Beathard, Solomon Thomas can make impact vs. Cowboys 1:21

How rookies Reuben Foster, C.J. Beathard, Solomon Thomas can make impact vs. Cowboys

Take a trip down memory lane for SMF’s 50th anniversary 1:33

Take a trip down memory lane for SMF’s 50th anniversary

'Every house is gone and the school is all that's left,' says Sonoma schools leader 1:13

'Every house is gone and the school is all that's left,' says Sonoma schools leader

  • Man with cerebral palsy crudely mocked, brutally sucker punched

    A man who has cerebral palsy was mocked by another man then punched in the face after exiting a 7-Eleven store in West Chester, Pa., on May 10, 2017. The attack appears in a surveillance video released by the Chester County District Attorney's Office on Monday, May 22, 2017. The man authorities say is shown committing the violence, Barry Baker, 29, has been arrested and charged with assault.

A man who has cerebral palsy was mocked by another man then punched in the face after exiting a 7-Eleven store in West Chester, Pa., on May 10, 2017. The attack appears in a surveillance video released by the Chester County District Attorney's Office on Monday, May 22, 2017. The man authorities say is shown committing the violence, Barry Baker, 29, has been arrested and charged with assault. Chester County (Pa.) District Attorney's Office
A man who has cerebral palsy was mocked by another man then punched in the face after exiting a 7-Eleven store in West Chester, Pa., on May 10, 2017. The attack appears in a surveillance video released by the Chester County District Attorney's Office on Monday, May 22, 2017. The man authorities say is shown committing the violence, Barry Baker, 29, has been arrested and charged with assault. Chester County (Pa.) District Attorney's Office

Bully who sucker-punched disabled man on video arrested, police say

June 05, 2017 8:18 AM

Comments

More Videos

Banned books that shaped American literature 2:08

Banned books that shaped American literature

How much exercise do you need? 1:03

How much exercise do you need?

15 creepy things animals can do 1:35

15 creepy things animals can do

Take a sneak peek inside an Amazon fulfillment center 1:05

Take a sneak peek inside an Amazon fulfillment center

Bannon tells California Republicans that nothing is more important than winning 0:54

Bannon tells California Republicans that nothing is more important than winning

The rules for growing marijuana in Sacramento 1:48

The rules for growing marijuana in Sacramento

'Just believe': Zach Randolph makes debut as Kings win at Dallas 1:43

'Just believe': Zach Randolph makes debut as Kings win at Dallas

How rookies Reuben Foster, C.J. Beathard, Solomon Thomas can make impact vs. Cowboys 1:21

How rookies Reuben Foster, C.J. Beathard, Solomon Thomas can make impact vs. Cowboys

Take a trip down memory lane for SMF’s 50th anniversary 1:33

Take a trip down memory lane for SMF’s 50th anniversary

'Every house is gone and the school is all that's left,' says Sonoma schools leader 1:13

'Every house is gone and the school is all that's left,' says Sonoma schools leader

  • Banned books that shaped American literature

    A Mississippi school district removed "To Kill a Mockingbird" from the 8th grade curriculum. The novel is included on the Library of Congress "Books that Shaped America" list along with other controversial titles. This is why so many of America's greatest novels have been banned.