Some kids may not be learning good sportsmanship from their parents. We've obtained video of some adults losing control at their kids' sporting events by fighting and punching other parents. See why these parents became so upset.
A Little League game in Georgia got out of hand when a verbal fight turned physical.
Three parents face criminal charges after a youth baseball tournament turns ugly. KUSA reports.
Back in 2006, CNN affiliate KZTV captured video of parents at a Texas Little League game fighting with the referee.
Self-proclaimed "rednecks" gather across the country to enjoy some fun in the mud and we've captured them on video. Watch as some swim in a mud pit, hurl hubcaps and compete in beer-related contests. One woman states "what makes it so fun is that it's a bunch of rednecks getting along."
The "Redneck Resort Mud Park" in Tennessee promises a good time for those who don't mind getting dirty. WVLT reports.
Annual Redneck Games are held in East Dublin, Georgia. Mud pit bellyflops and hubcap hurls are among the games played.
Hundreds came out for toilet seat horseshoes and pigs feet bobbing in one town's alternative Olympics. WCSH reports.
Medical "miracles" may have saved the victims featured in this "Gotta Watch." Check out the X-rays of these traumatic head injury survivors and find out how they got themselves into so much trouble.
Doctors say a teen who had a 3-foot spear shot through his skull is recovering. WSVN reports.
A 17-month-old boy survives after falling on a metal pressure washer wand. WRAL reports.
A Las Vegas man involved in a car accident survived a pipe that went through his face. KVVU's Elizabeth Watts reports.
State Rep. Mike Bost lost his temper on the floor of the Illinois House of Representatives, flinging a copy of a new pension reform proposal in the air while screaming at the top of his lungs. His rant reminds us of other politicians famously screaming in front of the cameras, including former Democratic presidential candidate and former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean and Republican Phil Davison of Ohio. Watch as these men passionately make their mark in the history books and viral video "stardom."
Illinois lawmaker Rep. Mike Bost gets passionate speaking about pensions. CNN's Lisa Sylvester has more.
Phil Davidson's impassioned speech for county treasurer has some calling the candidate "America's angriest politician."
Howard Dean never become president but the Democrat gained plenty of notoriety during a 2004 Iowa campaign event.
A few years ago, 7-year-old David DeVore Jr. became a YouTube sensation after his father posted a funny clip of him recovering from a trip to the dentist. The video has been watched more than 100 million times. Now, a newcomer named Matthew Russell is attracting the same type of attention with his post-anesthesia "hilarity." Watch how these kids have become viral video stars.
A child is filmed after receiving anesthesia makes everyone in the hospital room laugh with his reaction to the drug.
"David After Dentist" is a YouTube smash. In 2009, David's dad talked to CNN's Eric Lanford about his son's instant fame.
Bear sightings caught on video!
We expect bears to wander through the wilderness or even parade inside a zoo. See what happens when the "unexpected" happens and a bear is caught wading in a family's pool. We've obtained video of bears crashing a TV news set and bumping into an unexpected man texting on his phone, too.
A bear in California decides to "cool off" and take a dip in a family's pool.
Four bears walked into WNEP's outdoor weather set seconds before the start of a live forecast.
A California man comes face to face with a 400-pound black bear scouring a busy neighborhood in search of food.
Saying "I do" under unusual circumstances – Most wedding ceremonies are predictable and filled with special traditions and customs. However, we've found a few unconventional weddings off the beaten path, and they are worth a look!
See how a tornado, mermaids and one man's surprise plot played a role in these weddings.
Caleb and Candra Pence exchanged vows as a tornado touched down near their outdoor wedding ceremony in Harper, Kansas.
Two couples in China held their wedding ceremonies underwater in an aquarium.
One woman was shocked when her boyfriend surprised her with a proposal, immediately followed by their wedding.
There are some men and women who don't fear danger or even risking their lives at work. For some, the adrenaline rush of pushing themselves to the edge keeps their jobs interesting and rewarding. CNN.com has collected video of some of these risk-takers putting their lives on the line. Watch as an alligator hunter, firefighter and window washer are caught in precarious positions that will put a chill up your spine.
Texas officials say the state needs more alligator hunters to provide his or her services.
A life and death moment for Michigan fighters caught on tape, as a roof collapsed under them. WXYZ reports.
A Seattle man is safe on the ground after hanging from a building. KOMO reports.
Imagine the fear of losing control and falling unexpectedly to the ground - or even underground. CNN.com has compiled video of people who have survived such incidents captured on camera. You've gotta watch how they make it through their rough landings.
A man falls from a tower scaffold during a music festival in Sydney and lives to tell the story.
An 18-year-old sits on the handrail of an escalator, loses his balance and falls 20 feet.
A girl chatting on her cell phone in China falls through a sidewalk weakened by water.
President Obama took time from his hectic schedule to unwind and share some laughs on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" Tuesday night. The president is well-known for singing in public, but last night he took on a slow jam with the late night host. You've "gotta watch" Obama's performance.
First lady Michelle Obama, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Texas Gov. Rick Perry are among the political figures who have also enjoyed some leisure time lately on the late night talk show circuit. See how they've poked fun at themselves and others in front of a national TV audience.
President Obama has sung before, but last night he and Jimmy Fallon team up for a special slow jam session on Fallon's late night talk show. Watch to see what they sing about.
Mitt Romney stopped by David Letterman's show to share the top ten things he'd like to share with the American people. Be sure to see number one on his list.
Jay Leno has a little video editing fun with some footage of First lady Michelle Obama. Check out what he has her do.
Gov. Rick Perry appeared on David Letterman's show to poke fun at his presidential debate performance. Watch how he smooths over his infamous "oops" moment.
News anchors are trained to remain cool, calm and collected during a live newscast. But when things go wrong, some anchors handle the stressful situation differently than others. You've "gotta watch" how these journalists reacted live on the air when an earthquake rattled a news studio, weather graphics went amok and a raccoon invaded a morning show.
A strong earthquake rattles a newscast on CNN's sister network, CNN Chile.
From cameras attacking anchors to random on-screen graphics, CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on TV run amok.
A raccoon makes its way into Michigan affiliate WEYI's studio, scaring the news anchors.
Hold on tight as you watch these videos! Photographers had to battle strong sand and dust storms to capture these eye-popping clips. Our first "Gotta Watch" video was captured by iReporter Mujahid Latif as he watched a wall of sand blow through Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
This meteorological phenomenon impacted a wedding in Arizona, too. See how the couple reacted when their wedding ceremony was suddenly covered in dust.
And a CNN reporter got a taste of one of these storms while shooting on location in Iraq. See him covered in dust as he tries to report from Camp Adder.
You've "Gotta Watch" these videos and more!
iReporter Mujahid Latif witnesses a sandstorm outside Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
An Arizona wedding ceremony is interrupted when a massive haboob sweeps dust all over the couple and their guests.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen finds himself in a nasty sandstorm as he shoots for BackStory.
A dust storm makes its way across Arizona, reducing visibility to almost zero and causing headaches for motorists.
The U.S has entered an unprecedented era of safer skies, according to industry experts, but not every plane landing has been perfect.
On Monday, 2,000 feet above the ground in Wisconsin, an 80-year old woman was forced to land a twin-engine Cessna after her pilot husband lost consciouness. You've "gotta watch" how this gutsy grandmother landed the plane.
Her successful landing reminds us of other daring attempts pilots have made during emergency landing situations. Watch how commercial pilots recently landed their impaired planes in Arizona, New York and Poland.
In Wisconsin, an 80-year-old woman takes over the controls of a plane after her pilot husband falls unconscious.
Video from the Coast Guard shows the US Airways jet crash-landing into the Hudson River.
CNN's Ted Rowlands reports on the Southwest flight that made an emergency landing because of a hole in the fuselage.
CNN's Hala Gorani reports on the LOT Polish Airlines flight that made an emergency landing in Warsaw, Poland.
“I go out all the time with my family, my friends, my little girl. I don't to worry about what anyone else is going to think," said 26-year old Dallas Wiens, the nation's first recipient of a full facial transplant.
In 2008, Wiens' head hit a high-voltage electrical wire in Fort Worth, Texas, leaving him without any facial features. Monday marks the first anniversary of his life-changing facial transplant operation at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Take a look at how Wiens looks now and how he feels about life after surgery.
And last month, another transplant recepient, Richard Lee Norris, received a face transplant surgery to heal his gunshot wounds. See how he's recovering in this "gotta watch" video clip.
In Boston, Dallas Wiens reflects on his surgery one year after receiving the nation's first full facial transplant.
CNN's Anna Coren talks to Dr. Eduardo Rodriguez from the University of Maryland about a groundbreaking face transplant.
An Atlanta Fire rescue crew saves a man from drowning in mud. You "gotta watch" how they pulled him from more than 4 feet of mud near a construction site. In Oregon, see how a team used a rope and pulley system to save a quarter horse from a septic tank. And watch how a Good Samaritan saves a man from drowning in Oregon's Willamette River.
An Atlanta Fire Dept. batallion chief explains how crews saved a man from being buried alive in thick mud near a construction site.
A man drowning in Oregon's Willamette River was saved by a good Samaritan.
Portland firefighters were able to rescue a 34-year-old horse named Roxy after she fell into a septic tank.
Queen Elizabeth II: a woman of mystery? A couple in England may be pinching themselves after the queen surprised them at their wedding. You gotta watch how the palace's secret plan unfolded. Queen Elizabeth II and First lady Michelle Obama also shocked Royal watchers back in 2009 when the women briefly embraced at Buckingham Palace. See how the British media called it everything from a breach of protocol to an extraordinary show of affection. And finally, see how a meeting between the always unpredictable Lady Gaga and the queen played out in front of cameras.
The Queen of England unexpectedly drops in on a wedding at Manchester Town Hall.
Charles Mosley talks about the significance of Michelle Obama putting her arm around Queen Elizabeth II.
The queen greets Lady Gaga and neither gags nor goes gaga over her latex outfit. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Kim Kardashian was able to laugh off a flour-bomb attack in West Hollywood Thursday night. She joins the ranks of other stars who have received similar surprises. You've gotta watch how other big-name celebs handled their "attacks."
Police say a woman walked up to Kim Kardashian and doused her with what they believe was a bag of cooking flour.
Actor Sacha Baron Cohen, dressed as his character from "The Dictator," spills ashes on Ryan Seacrest at the Oscars.
Pranksters and protesters take aim at celebrities and politicians with everything from water guns to pies.
Rupert Murdoch's wife tries to save him from a pie in the face. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
A catastrophic motocross accident confined a Canadian woman to a wheelchair, but did not prevent her from seeking her latest thrill-seeking adventure - bungee jumping. You gotta watch as she leaps into the air and completes her uncharted mission. A CNN anchor couldn't resist the thrill either, and tried his hand at the daredevil feat. And while both made it safely to the ground, see how another thrill-seeking bungee jumper survived a different fate.
A group that organizes extreme sports for the disabled helps a paraplegic woman bungee jump off a Canadian bridge.
Take a leap with Errol Barnett as he bungee jumps in Zambia.
A tourist survives a fall after her bungee cord breaks during a jump.
A marital dispute has resulted in an unusual court ruling in Florida. Broward County Circuit Court Judge John Hurley ordered 47-year-old Joseph Bray of Plantation, Florida, to buy his wife flowers and take her out to dinner, among other things.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that instead of setting bond for a domestic violence charge, the judge ordered the man to take his wife on a date and then undergo counseling.
"He's going to stop by somewhere, and he's going to get some flowers," Hurley said during the first appearance hearing. "And then he's going to get a card, he's going to get flowers, and then he's going to go home and pick up his wife, get dressed, take her to Red Lobster. And then after they have Red Lobster, they're going to go bowling."
Students who struggle with their spelling lessons may have trouble finding positive reinforcement from some school signs we found spelled incorrectly. Check out these signs that spell trouble:
"SHCOOL X-NG" sign lacking "street smarts" – Since July of last year students at Marta Valle High School on New York City's Lower East Side have had to view a painted street sign outside of their school that was spelled wrong.
"People older than us always tell us to make sure we spell stuff right and this sign is wrong right in front of us," said Tanaysha Ebron, a senior at the school.
The sign, spelled "SHCOOL X-NG" on Stanton Street was corrected Tuesday.