What's everyone talking about today? Check out these top 5 must see videos for October 26, 2015.
#1: Well, this is something you don't see every day. (VIDEO)
Police in Hingham, Massachusetts, shared a video of a priest envisioning himself on “COPS.”
#2: Investigators say a woman who was trying to perform repairs on her Taunton, Mass. home ended up blowing it up instead. (VIDEO)
Paul Saltalamacchia recorded video after a home exploded and burst into flames in Taunton, Massachusetts.
#3: The presidential candidate stumped in the Granite State Monday morning. (VIDEO)
Trump spoke Monday morning in Atkinson, New Hampshire, on investing in the country’s military and overseas relations.
#4: A major roadway was shut down following a fatal crash involving a cement truck. (VIDEO)
Police say one person is dead after a cement truck crashed into two cars Monday morning on Route 20 westbound in Oxford, Massachusetts.
#5: Police are issuing a warning to parents ahead of Halloween. (VIDEO)
With no positive tests recorded more than halfway through the Sochi Olympics, the IOC believes the stringent anti-doping net put in place for the games has scared cheaters away. Arne Ljungqvist, chairman of the IOC medical commission, said Saturday he was not surprised that there have been no doping cases so far at the Winter Games. "It's expected that people don't cheat and those who do are not here," Ljungqvist said, noting that only one positive case was recorded at the 2010 Vancouver Games. "It shows that the program is pretty efficient and serves as a deterrent," he said. "I hope it will stay that way throughout the games." All tests are unannounced which are considered the most affective way to catch any cheaters.