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  • Pennsylvania state police ID suspect in deadly ambush of troopers

    BLOOMING GROVE Pa. (Reuters) - Pennsylvania state police on Tuesday named Matthew Eric Frein, described as an anti-law enforcement survivalist, as the prime suspect in the deadly ambush of two troopers outside their barracks. An arrest warrant was...
  • Rochester, N.Y., man charged with trying to help Islamic State

    Rochester, N.Y., man charged with trying to help Islamic State
    A Rochester, New York, man has been indicted on charges of trying to provide material support to the Islamic State militant group and attempting to murder U.S. soldiers, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. A federal grand jury in Rochester...
  • Black Ram neighbors continue to complain about noise

    Black Ram neighbors continue to complain about noise
    Some neighbors of the Black Ram restaurant in Des Plaines continue to complain about noise from the property, though city officials say there isn't much more that can be done to address their concerns. Robert Nicioli, a Center Street resident whose home...
  • Police: 10-year-old boy hit by stray bullet out of the hospital

    Police: 10-year-old boy hit by stray bullet out of the hospital
    Jeremiah Taylor, the 10-year-old boy hit by a stray bullet while riding his bicycle in Sanford, was released from the hospital Tuesday, Sanford Police said. Jeremiah had been in Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children since the night of Sept. 4, when he was...
  • Daniele Watts: LAPD chief says officers acted 'well within' authority

    Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck expressed support Tuesday for the way a sergeant and two officers acted last week when they detained and handcuffed an actress. Beck cautioned that he had not made a final decision about the matter but said he...
  • Police: After killing family, Adam Matos sold their dogs on Craigslist

    After killing his ex-girlfriend, her parents and her new boyfriend in Florida, former Parkland High School student Adam Matos sold the family's dogs to unsuspecting buyers, police allege in a detailed report by the Pasco County sheriff's office. He...
  • Man charged with assaulting woman, trying to light her hair on fire

    Man charged with assaulting woman, trying to light her hair on fire
    A man was charged with assaulting a woman outside a Bethlehem bar early Monday and trying to light her hair on fire as they headed home. Ronald W. Rice Jr., 44, of Easton, was upset because the woman he thought he was dating was flirting with other...
  • Time served sentence for husband who fatally kicked wife

    In a rare display of mercy, family members of a slain Lowhill Township woman filled a courtroom Tuesday and asked a judge to grant the killer — her husband — leniency. "Our family has suffered enough," said Cathy Boyer, Carol Albright's...
  • Wilton Manors police investigate reported assault

    Wilton Manors police are investigating a possible hate crime after a man reported he was physically and verbally assaulted early Tuesday. The complainant told police a man called him a sexually biased slur at about 12:40 a.m. in the 2200 block of Wilton...
  • Alleged pill mill doctor's trial begins

    Alleged pill mill doctor's trial begins
    To prosecutors, former Fogelsville psychiatrist David Daley is a reckless pill mill operator whose reputation for being "easy" drew drug addicts and dealers from Pennsylvania's coal regions into the Lehigh Valley for highly addictive painkillers like...
  • Grand jury charges drug addict in 2011 Easton homicide

    Grand jury charges drug addict in 2011 Easton homicide
    Beth Marsteller told her cellmate in Northampton County Prison she was worried that a bowl of Fruity Pebbles cereal would connect her to the 2011 killing of an Easton man, authorities said Tuesday. Turns out it wasn't the bowl of cereal that...