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Bail lowered for man charged in Phoenix freeway shootings

Authorities say they used ballistic tests to tie the 21-year-old to four of the 11 shootings - Full Story


Possibly $30K in cash missing from Conn. police evidence safe

A police source said the department has begun an audit to find out just what and how much is missing - Full Story


Minn. mayor seeks federal investigation into shooting

Authorities have released few details about the shooting, which has enraged community members - Full Story


Capitol Police: No specific threat to Capitol but be careful

Capitol Police have an 'increased presence and visibility' on the Capitol complex - Full Story


Good Samaritan saves Ind. officer from burning car

The man came to the aid of the officer after a serious collision - Full Story


Good Samaritan saves officer from burning car

The man came to the aid of the officer after a serious collision.


Ind. police work to change community relations

Indianapolis police show citizens the difficulty of daily decisions officers face.


Carjacking suspect fires first at Fla. deputies in pursuit

The sheriff said the deputies performed their job as trained and dismissed any accusations that deputies fired first

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