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October 05, 2015

NY woman's death in fatal buttocks injection ruled a homicide

Authorities are still looking for the suspect - Full Story
October 04, 2015

Conn. police investigating 'racially-charged letters' found on cruisers

The letters seem to target certain officers due to their race - Full Story
October 04, 2015

Feds seek to restore guilty verdicts for ex-New Orleans cops

Four were convicted in the shootings of six unarmed people at the Danziger bridge a week after Hurricane Katrina - Full Story
October 04, 2015

Police arrest 2 in 1984 rape, killing of Pa. teen girl

Police believe she had been suffocated - Full Story
October 03, 2015

Lawmakers propose creating online registry of drug dealers

Advocacy groups said creating a registry is unfair to people who have already served time for their crimes - Full Story
October 03, 2015
Sheriff maintains support for gun rights after Ore. college shooting

Sheriff maintains support for gun rights after Ore. college shooting

Douglas County sheriff said that his position on gun control had not shifted - Full Story
October 02, 2015

Ore. shooting victims: Teens just starting out, teacher

The worst mass shooting in the state's history killed nine and injured several others - Full Story
October 02, 2015

Hidden GPS devices raise legal concerns

A 2012 Supreme Court ruling didn't specifically address the embedding of GPS devices pre-emptively in objects - Full Story
October 02, 2015

Interim Okla. sheriff was asked to investigate leaked 2009 memo

The 2009 memo alleged top officials knew Robert Bates was inadequately trained but pressured other officers to look away - Full Story
October 02, 2015

Mo. police urged to strengthen crowd control tactics

The report found that county police failed to anticipate the extent of the anger officers would face - Full Story

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