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August 18, 2015

Calif. police shoot, kill second homicide suspect in less than 24-hours

Second suspect was confronted less than 24-hours after police fatally shot first suspect who tried to reach for a gun - Full Story
August 18, 2015

White House is zeroing in on the heroin epidemic

About $2.5M from President Obama's anti-drug programs will target heroin abuse and $1.3M will go to fight trafficking - Full Story
August 18, 2015

Report: Calif. cops fired excessively in bank robbery shootout

The 600 shots fired by officers during a bank robbery that fatally injured a hostage was found to be excessive - Full Story
August 18, 2015

NM cop says police saved his life by shooting knife-wielding homeless man

The K-9 officer confronted by a knife-wielding homeless man claims he would have been dead if not for shooting - Full Story
August 17, 2015

Calif. cops shoot, kill homicide suspect who reached for handgun

The man reached for a handgun when two officers fired their duty weapons - Full Story
August 17, 2015

Off-duty Okla. officer killed in family dispute

An officer helping a relative to track a stolen truck was allegedly shot to death by relative - Full Story
August 17, 2015

Restaurant employee fired after refusing to serve cop sandwich

A Jimmy John’s employee was fired after refusing to serve cop - Full Story
August 17, 2015

NFL, Minn. college win appeal of gun case involving off-duty cops

The decision sends the case back to district court - Full Story
August 17, 2015
Emails show Baltimore cops opposed sharing open cases

Emails show Baltimore cops opposed sharing open cases

Critics claimed that information shared from active investigations would have ramifications for all involved - Full Story
August 17, 2015

Wash. police strive for diversity, not for animosity

The department said an incident like Ferguson can happen anywhere and credibility can be lost in a second - Full Story



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