LITTLE ROCK, ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at what's trending today on the web!
N.J. police investigate cell phone video showing cop punching woman
A story out of New Jersey is questioning the use of excessive force by a police officer.
Authorities are investigating a cop for slugging a woman during a street fight. The whole incident was caught on tape.
As bar patrons wrapped up a night of partying, a woman found herself at the receiving end of a direct hit by a police officer. The police officer is seen pushing a man to the ground, and a woman steps in telling the officer not to hit the man.
The witness said the unidentified woman was drunk, but didn't appear to be a threat to the officer.
Police aren't commenting on the matter, and the city's mayor will only say the incident is under investigation.
The police officer in the video remains on active duty.
Millions of dollars worth of Arthur Pinajian art found in NY house
Some people in life just have all the luck. Two home buyers on New York's Long Island are cashing in big time after buying a bungalow a few years back for $300,000, buy there was a big find in the house worth an estimated $30 million!
Thomas Schultz found thousands of paintings, drawings and journals by obscure artist Arthur Pinajian, who used to own the place. They were stashed in the attic and garage.
The artist died in 1999 at the age of 85 and had left instructions for his family to send all his works to a local landfill, but the family ended up keeping his art.
In buying the house, Schultz and an investor spent a measly $2,500 dollars for the art, but an appraisal subsequently found the art collection is worth about $30 million.
Some of the artwork has been auctioned off with some works going for half a million dollars.
This granny certainly knows how to make an exit. In a video posted on YouTube Wednesday, Nana, an 88-year-old grandma, dances her way out the door and down the steps to an awaiting car.
Her choice of song was Dion's 1961 pop sensation Runaround Sue. At the end she even requests to play it again saying she could dance all day long.
The video, posted to YouTube Thursday by Nana's granddaughter, has already received 250,000 views.