A police chase in northern Oregon takes a scary turn when a woman bolts out of the car and jumps off a bridge.
Cops say they initially tried to stop the driver for a minor traffic violation, but she took off.
That's when they realized the car was stolen and as they reached a bridge, police dashcam shows 26-year-old Rebecca Humphries making the dangerous jump into a freezing river.
Crews were eventually able to pull Humphries out of the water alive.
She reportedly suffered minor injuries.
A heart-pounding ending to a high-speed police chase in southern California is caught on camera.
It started when cops in southeast San Diego tried to pull over an unidentified driver for using a cellphone behind the wheel.
But the suspect took off instead leading officers on an hour-long chase that ended in a hail of gunfire.
Police say four officers opened fire when the driver came to a stop and pointed a gun at them.
The suspect is in critical condition.
We're told police found drugs and a gun in his car.
Imagine buying a painting and then being told its worth 1,000 times what you paid for it.
That's what happened on the British version of "Antiques Roadshow."
The owner paid $660 for a portrait that turned out to be the work of 17th century Flemish artist Anthony van Dyck.
It's considered a masterpiece and it's valued now at $660,000!
The owner, a priest, says he wants to sell the painting to buy new bells for his church.