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  • Man shot at Newport News apartment complex

    Man shot at Newport News apartment complex
      A 22-year-old man was shot in the leg at a Newport News apartment complex Wednesday afternoon,  police said. The incident happened about 2:45 p.m. in the 300 block of Deputy Lane, which is in Courthouse Green apartments off of Old Courthouse Way,...
  • Hartford Officer's Use Of Taser 'Justified,' Says Supervisor

    HARTFORD – A supervisor who was at the scene of the tasering of an 18-year old Hartford man during a confrontation with an officer last week signed his name to a report stating that the officer's use of the stun gun was "justified" and "in...
  • Farmington School Bus Driver Charged With DUI

    Farmington School Bus Driver Charged With DUI
    FARMINGTON — A school bus driver was arrested Wednesday morning and charged with driving 20 students to Irving Robbins Middle School while intoxicated, police said. Tammy Costello, 44, of Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence,...
  • Hit-and-run suspect rams cop car, jumps into Intracoastal, police say

    Hit-and-run suspect rams cop car, jumps into Intracoastal, police say
    Police say Daniel Esteban Pinedo-Velapatino went on a one-man crime spree Tuesday. The 21-year-old Boca man got into a hit-and-run crash in a stolen car, ran off on foot, tried to break into a house before trying to escape in the Intracoastal Waterway,...
  • Thieves damage civil rights icon Rosa Parks’ former Alabama home

    BIRMINGHAM Ala. (Reuters) - Alabama police are seeking help in catching thieves who ransacked a Montgomery apartment building where black civil rights activist Rosa Parks lived when she was famously arrested for refusing to give up her bus seat to a white...
  • Jay Ambrose: Signs of possible healing in Ferguson

    We've had plenty of rhetorical villains since the fatal police shooting of a black teen in Ferguson, Missouri, grandstanders stirring up fear in vengeful tones, and we've ha violence and looting, mostly by nonresidents taking advantage of a tragedy to...
  • Beverly Hills police express regret for holding black producer before Emmys

    Beverly Hills police express regret for holding black producer before Emmys
    Beverly Hills police officials said Tuesday that it was "extremely unfortunate" that officers handcuffed and detained an African American film producer who was in the city to attend a pre-Emmy party. Producer Charles Belk "matched the clothing and...
  • Hero or villain? Josh Shaw plot thickens

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update: Sarkisian comments Wednesday Hero or villain? Josh Shaw plot thickens Southern Cal starting cornerback Josh Shaw is out for the season opener Saturday, but the cause of his two high ankle sprains is under...
  • Producer on 'brink of tears' after mistaken-ID arrest in Beverly Hills

    Producer on 'brink of tears' after mistaken-ID arrest in Beverly Hills
    A black film producer who was mistaken for a robbery suspect by Beverly Hills police said he was humiliated when officers handcuffed him and forced him to sit on a sidewalk. Producer Charles Belk, who was in the city to attend a pre-Emmy party, was...
  • Baltimore man arrested for stabbing at Glen Burnie light rail stop

    Baltimore man arrested for stabbing at Glen Burnie light rail stop
    Anne Arundel County Police arrested a man who they said stabbed another man during a fight at a Glen Burnie light rail station Tuesday night. An officer patrolling near the Cromwell station saw two men fighting shortly after 10 p.m., police said. By...
  • Alleged 'serial killer' acted alone in series of shootings, LAPD says

    Alleged 'serial killer' acted alone in series of shootings, LAPD says
    The Los Angeles Police Department continued Wednesday to investigate links between a Sylmar man and a series of shootings that left four people dead and several others wounded. Calling him a  "serial killer," authorities on Tuesday charged  Alexander...