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Mother of fallen Mesa officer pens letter to President

The mother of a fallen Mesa police officer is trying to get President Obama’s attention again as he vows to move forward with immigration reform.

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Man won't face charges for taking AR-15 into Ariz. airport

A medical researcher at a renowned neurological hospital accused of pointing a loaded rifle toward a woman and her teen daughter won't face charges.

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Man won't face charges for taking AR-15 into Ariz. airport

A medical researcher at a renowned neurological hospital accused of pointing a loaded rifle toward a woman and her teen daughter won't face charges - Full Story

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Prop. 47 jolts landscape of Calif. justice system

Voter-approved initiative reduces penalties for drug possession and other nonviolent crimes - Full Story

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SC police chemist fired for mishandling evidence sues for $3M

Brenda Toomer-Frazier handled about 750 cases during time as a chemist for the police department. Nearly 195 of those are being re-examined - Full Story

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Boston Marathon suspect's sister pleads guilty

Sister pleaded guilty Tuesday to misleading a police detective during a counterfeiting investigation, avoiding jail time in an agreement with prosecutors - Full Story

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Prosecutor: Fatal shooting of costumed man with sword justified

Officers were justified in fatally shooting a young man who was wielding a sword as part of a Japanese anime costume - Full Story

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Ohio cop killer loses death sentence appeal

Ashford Thompson shot Officer Joshua Miktarian 4 times in the head, at close range, after Thompson had been stopped for playing loud music in his car - Full Story

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Ky. man who posted song lyrics won't face charges

Prosecutors dismissed a felony charge against a man who spent more than a week in jail for posting violent song lyrics to his Facebook page - Full Story

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Defense says FBI posed as tech repairmen in ruse

Defense says FBI posed as tech repairmen in ruse

Federal agents turned off Internet access to three luxury villas at a Las Vegas hotel then impersonated repair technicians to surreptitiously get inside and collect evidence in an investigation - Full Story



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