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  • Police search for suspect, truck after fatal Hollywood stabbing

    Police search for suspect, truck after fatal Hollywood stabbing
    A man was stabbed to death early Wednesday in a Hollywood parking lot, and the suspect is believed to have fled in the victim’s pickup, police said. Police found the body of a man in his 20s just after 8:30 a.m. in a parking lot in the 1700...
  • Affirming the right of citizens to record police activity

    Affirming the right of citizens to record police activity
    It is not a crime for Californians to use their smartphones to record police activity in a public place, as long as they do not “deter or prevent” officers from performing their duties. Maybe the deputy U.S. marshal who grabbed the...
  • Charges dropped in police shooting of unarmed Kansas City man

    Prosecutors in Missouri have dropped all charges against a Kansas City police officer who was charged in the nonfatal shooting of an unarmed man, arguing the case was not strong enough to secure a conviction. In February, a state grand jury determined...
  • Veterinarian investigated after cat is apparently killed with bow and arrow

    A veterinarian in rural Texas is the subject of an animal-cruelty investigation after allegedly bragging on social media about slaying a cat with a bow and arrow. In a post that was widely shared on Facebook, Kristen Lindsey, 31, of Brenham, in southern...
  • Civil rights groups seek federal review of South Carolina police shootings

    Civil rights groups seek federal review of South Carolina police shootings
    Amid mounting suspicion that police officers in South Carolina attempted to cover up the circumstances of the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man, civil rights leaders are urging the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate all fatal shootings by...
  • Albuquerque police get public reprimand from state attorney general

    Albuquerque police get public reprimand from state attorney general
    The ongoing spat between the Albuquerque Police Department and the city’s most powerful prosecutor took another turn this week, with the state attorney general slamming a police investigation as politically motivated while also calling the...
  • Etan Patz case: 6 other missing-child cases that made national news

    Etan Patz case: 6 other missing-child cases that made national news
    Etan Patz, a 6-year-old boy who disappeared in May 1979 while walking to a bus stop in Manhattan, has never been found, and a jury on Friday declared itself unable to reach a verdict in the trial of a former grocery store clerk who was charged with Etan's...
  • Cliven Bundy reaches out to man who pleaded guilty to threatening BLM

    Cliven Bundy reaches out to man who pleaded guilty to threatening BLM
    Cliven Bundy is worried about one of his supporters. On Monday, the recalcitrant Nevada rancher, who has waged a running battle of words and lawsuits with the federal government over public lands, made a phone call to an out-of-state supporter facing...
  • Florida doctor in Menendez bribery case charged with Medicare fraud

    Florida doctor in Menendez bribery case charged with Medicare fraud
    A Florida doctor accused of bribing U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez has been indicted on suspicion of carrying out extensive Medicare fraud at his eye-care practice for a decade and for treating patients for disorders they didn't have, officials said Tuesday....
  • Seattle-area Hindu temple is vandalized

    A Hindu priest and some volunteers arrived at the temple one morning to cook when they saw the shattered glass. Eight windows lining the main entrance of the Kent Hindu Temple near Seattle had been smashed. Some of the metal frames were turned and...
  • Death penalty for Jodi Arias? Jury will resume deliberations Monday

    Death penalty for Jodi Arias? Jury will resume deliberations Monday
    The jury weighing a death sentence for Jodi Arias has ended deliberations for the week and will continue Monday. The jury began deliberating Arias' fate Wednesday afternoon after closing statements were delivered Tuesday. The Maricopa County...