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  • Armed robber steals two English bulldog puppies

    A gunman robbed a Pico Rivera pet shop of an undetermined amount of cash Wednesday and stole two English bulldog puppies worth $2,500 each, according to the Sheriff's Department. The man walked into Mr. Bulldog on Whittier Boulevard about 2 p.m., said...
  • Deputy restores 'meaning of Christmas' after North Lauderdale theft

    Deputy restores 'meaning of Christmas' after North Lauderdale theft
    It may be more blessed to give than to receive, especially at Christmas time. But there's joy in receiving, too. Just ask Jessica Myers. The North Lauderdale mother of six said she had never felt worse than she did Dec. 14 after her car was broken...
  • Man's pardon withdrawn after Times discloses financial regulators' censure

    Man's pardon withdrawn after Times discloses financial regulators' censure
    Gov. Jerry Brown withdrew a Christmas Eve pardon Wednesday after learning from the Los Angeles Times that he was granting clemency to a man recently disciplined by financial regulators. Glen Williams Carnes, one of 105 people who received an executive...
  • Police officer kills black man near Ferguson; video captured incident

    The mayor of this St. Louis suburb near Ferguson, Mo., appealed for calm Wednesday, saying a white police officer appeared to have been justified when he shot to death a black 18-year-old who had pointed a gun. The shooting quickly escalated into a...
  • College students use 'smart' technology in football helmets to detect injuries

    MADISON, Wis. Imagine a football helmet with brain wave probes and a device that measures acceleration forces to detect concussions on the field and directly communicate the information to medical staff. Or a bike recovery network that uses tracking...
  • Seminole holiday operation arrests 31 for theft, drug possession

    Seminole holiday operation arrests 31 for theft, drug possession
    It was not a happy holiday season for some in Seminole County as the Sheriff's Office conducted a holiday safety operation sweep and arrested 31 people in charges of theft and, or drug possession. The operation was "designed to stop retail theft and...
  • Man Arrested In Shelton Armed Robbery

    Man Arrested In Shelton Armed Robbery
    SHELTON — A Bridgeport man was arrested Wednesday morning after police say he robbed a River Road gas station at gunpoint then fired the weapon as officers pursued him into the woods nearby. Valentine Rodriguez, 32, was charged with first-degree...
  • Internet expert Douglas Thomas on the hacking of Sony Pictures

    Internet expert Douglas Thomas on the hacking of Sony Pictures
    There are myriad ramifications to the hacking of Sony's computers and the domino effect of its yanking "The Interview," in the wake of a murky threat from the North Korean cyber underground. Putting it in perspective is Douglas Thomas' turf. The USC...
  • DNA links suspect to 2013 Jupiter home burglary, police say

    When Boynton Beach police arrested Anthony Gallo on a drug-related crime Tuesday, they say they also found the man who stole $2,200 worth of goods from a Jupiter home more than a year ago. Gallo had left blood and fingerprints behind during last year's...
  • Cable company subcontractor accused of stealing jewelry from Jupiter home

    Cable company subcontractor accused of stealing jewelry from Jupiter home
    A cable company subcontractor is accused of stealing more than $15,000 worth of jewelry from a home he was working in, according to a Palm Beach sheriff's arrest report. The man then allegedy pawned the jewelry. The theft victim, who lives in the...
  • Berkeley suspect's grandmother: 'I want to see the gun in his hand'

    The grandmother of the 18-year-old black man shot and killed by a white police officer in Berkeley, Mo., on Tuesday night was quite clear about how she felt about the shooting. “I ain't thinking about Ferguson, ain't thinking about anything else,"...