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  • Fourth night of Bay Area protests turns violent; 19 arrested

    Fourth night of Bay Area protests turns violent; 19 arrested
    Nineteen Bay Area demonstrators were arrested Tuesday night in what was the fourth night of protests over police killings of unarmed black men. Hundreds of protesters marched through Berkeley, Emeryville and Oakland, according to the California...
  • H.B. woman pleads guilty to role in fatal shooting at park

    A Huntington Beach woman pleaded guilty to playing a role in a fatal shooting at Murdy Park in 2010. Marissa Star Bilotti, 23, pleaded guilty Dec. 5 to voluntary manslaughter, assault with a deadly weapon and burglary. She also admitted to being armed...
  • 4 members of Ferguson protest group charged in attack on man

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. Four members of a Ferguson protest group were charged Thursday in an attack of a man they accused of sending out unauthorized video at a protest strategy session. The four, all members of the Lost Voices, were charged with one count...
  • Woman calls 911, assaults responding deputy with pot of soup: BSO

    Woman calls 911, assaults responding deputy with pot of soup: BSO
    A Tamarac woman called 911 for help on Wednesday and then swung a pot of soup at a responding deputy, according to a Broward Sheriff's Office report. Karine Pierre Louis, 29, is accused of striking two deputies when they appeared at her door in the 7400...
  • Capitol Hill staffers walk out in protest of NYC, Ferguson grand jury decisions

    Capitol Hill staffers walk out in protest of NYC, Ferguson grand jury decisions
    Capitol Hill employees staged a walkout Thursday in protest of recent grand jury decisions to not indict white police officers in the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and Eric Garner in New York City, both unarmed black men. Senate chaplain...
  • Victim testifies he was trying to make peace when gunman starting shooting

    Victim testifies he was trying to make peace when gunman starting shooting
    A man testified Wednesday he was only trying to squash an argument involving his younger brother last month in Allentown when a man standing 5 feet away from him pulled out a gun and opened fire. Nolan Smith testified he had never met the teenage...
  • Man out on bail in September case charged with trying to kill DEA agent

    Man out on bail in September case charged with trying to kill DEA agent
    A 30-year-old Chicago man was charged after he allegedly tried to run over a U.S. Drug Enforcement Adminstration special agent Sunday in the Ashburn neighborhood, officials said. Myron O. Russell, of the 6500 block of South Fairfield Avenue, was...
  • Trial begins in death of Pa. police dog Rocco

    Jury selection was scheduled to begin Monday in the trial of the man accused of killing Pittsburgh police K-9 Rocco and wounding several officers, including the dog's handler. John Rush, 22, is charged with stabbing the 8-year-old German shepherd...
  • Woman in arrest video describes violent takedown by police

    Woman in arrest video describes violent takedown by police
    In the early hours of a Sunday morning in March, Kianga Mwamba said, she was on the way home from a family gathering and about to stop to pick up some food for her children at the all-night restaurant Valentino's. But as she got near, she stopped to...
  • Blotter: Woman has phone stolen in Oak Park after being struck

    Blotter: Woman has phone stolen in Oak Park after being struck
    The following items were collected from reports released by the Oak Park Police Department. A man 30 to 40 years old approached a Cicero woman at Austin Boulevard and Harvard Street at 5:10 p.m. Dec. 4 as she was talking on her cell phone and waiting...
  • Residential centers call police to discipline youths for spitting, threats

     Residential centers call police to discipline youths for spitting, threats
    Placed in a Wisconsin residential treatment center for youths with behavioral and mental health problems, the teenager ran away for a night to visit his girlfriend. He returned the next morning to find the facility doors locked. In a moment of anger,...