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  • Street artist Shepard Fairey faces arrest warrant linked to tagging

    DETROIT Famed street artist Shepard Fairey, who visited Detroit last month to create the largest mural of his career, faces felony charges of tagging other properties across the city on his own time. A warrant for his arrest was filed in 36th District...
  • Confederate Memorial in St. Louis park targeted by vandals

    ST. LOUIS More than a century ago, believers in the "Lost Cause" of the Confederacy dedicated a granite monument in St. Louis' Forest Park. Over the years, it largely was forgotten. Back in April, Mayor Francis Slay asked publicly whether it should be...
  • First the Confederate flag: What's next?

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. What's next? The Confederate flag seems to be falling surprisingly easily now. And the spirit of the moment is spreading to other icons of the Civil War, seen now through a different lens cast in the events of Charleston. But where...
  • After Charleston, South revisits its many Confederate images

    Calls to remove Confederate imagery from public places multiplied rapidly across the South and beyond Tuesday, with opponents eyeing state flags, license plates and statues of Civil War politicians and generals. The startling movement, driven by the...
  • Latest on church shooting: Marchers gather in Charleston

    11 p.m. Approximately 200 people, including members of the New Black Panther party, staged a march and rally in front of the Charleston, South Carolina, church where nine people attending a Bible study were shot to death last week. The march began at...
  • Georgia governor suggests 'redesign' of Confederate license plate tag

    ATLANTA With a growing list of Southern governors calling for removal of the Confederate battle emblem from their states' license plates, Gov. Nathan Deal on Tuesday stopped short of doing the same in Georgia. Instead, Deal suggested a "redesign" of...
  • West Hartford Boy Finds Noah Webster Statue's Missing Finger

    West Hartford Boy Finds Noah Webster Statue's Missing Finger
    WEST HARTFORD — Liam McCann, 6, was visiting a historic cemetery with his family recently when he spotted an unusual rock atop a gravestone. Liam brought what he thought might be a crystal to his parents, but dad Ryan McCann told him to put it...
  • Blotter: School buses vandalized in Arlington Heights

    Blotter: School buses vandalized in Arlington Heights
    The following items were taken from police reports: Arlington Heights Three white school buses parked in a lot at Windsor School, 1314 E. Miner St., were reported damaged June 19 between 1 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. Windshield wiper fluid was poured over...
  • Businesses brace for possible Blackhawks celebrations

    Businesses brace for possible Blackhawks celebrations
    When the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in 2013, rowdy fans on the North Side celebrated by spilling over police barriers, dancing on cars and smashing windows. If the Hawks win it all this year—not to jinx it or anything—police and local...
  • Vandals target community once again

    Vandals target community once again
    Anti-Semitism has once again reared its ugly head in South Florida. The Fields family recently found the words "[Expletive] Jews" and a drawing of a swastika on their car parked at their home in the predominantly Jewish neighborhood of Pine Tree Drive...
  • San Diego sheriff defends deputy who used stun gun in struggle with teen

    San Diego sheriff defends deputy who used stun gun in struggle with teen
    San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore on Monday defended the actions of a deputy who used a Taser to subdue a 13-year-old runaway in Fallbrook who was resisting arrest. The deputy had repeatedly asked the teen to get into the patrol car so he could be...