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October 16, 2015

New Md. 'yellow' law could help catch hit-and-run drivers

The new law streamlines local and state police responses to hit-and-run crashes that result in serious injury or death - Full Story
October 15, 2015

For Pa. trooper pursuing cold case, relief mixes with frustration

The trooper tries to answer who the young woman was found more than four decades ago - Full Story
October 15, 2015

GOP bill would allow concealed guns in Wis. college buildings

The university opposes any legislation that would allow legal carry of concealed weapons inside university buildings - Full Story
October 14, 2015

Neighbor arrested in 1997 disappearance of 8-year-old Okla. girl

At the time of her disappearance, investigators recovered DNA from the items but did not get a hit from database - Full Story
October 14, 2015

Main Chicago-area training unit to shut down

North East Multi-Regional Training will be forced to close mid-November if the state doesn't pay its share of the costs - Full Story
October 14, 2015
Philly police commissioner announces he is retiring

Philly police commissioner announces he is retiring

Charles Ramsey's 47-year career in law enforcement is coming to an end - Full Story
October 12, 2015

Chicago mayor blames city’s crime uptick on officers second-guessing themselves

The mayor believes, in light of high-profile incidents, officers do not want to see a news story about themselves - Full Story
October 11, 2015

State emergency law sparked by NIU shooting

Public college and university campuses across the country are required by federal law to have a plan in place to deal with massacres - Full Story
October 10, 2015

Drone lands at park near White House; operator cited

Man said he was trying to take pictures of the monument and the wind blew the drone across the street - Full Story

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