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  • Death of actor who played werewolf in 'Harry Potter' is investigated

    Authorities said they are trying to determine how "Harry Potter" film actor David Legeno died after a hiker found him Sunday in Death Valley. Although a cause of death has yet to be determined, sheriff's officials said it appears his death was not the...
  • Maryland group home where boy died had staffing shortage, nurse says

    Maryland group home where boy died had staffing shortage, nurse says
    On the night that 10-year-old Damaud Martin died at a troubled group home in Anne Arundel County, there were not enough staffers to handle the care specified for its severely disabled residents, according to the nurse on duty at the time. Mary Zelio,...
  • Accused killer of 6 in Houston suburb collapses in court

    Ronald Lee Haskell, accused in the shooting of his former relatives in Texas, collapsed in court Friday as he faced charges that he broke into the family’s Houston-area home seeking his ex-wife and killed two adults and four of their children...
  • UPDATE: Portsmouth man shoots self as officers serve warrants, police say

    UPDATE: Portsmouth man shoots self as officers serve warrants, police say
    A Portsmouth man died Friday after shooting himself as officers tried to serve him several outstanding felony warrants, a spokeswoman with the police department said. The officers tried to serve the warrants at the man’s home in the 300 block of...
  • Geneva man charged with murdering wife, dumping body

    Geneva man charged with murdering wife, dumping body
    A 47-year-old Geneva man has been charged with murdering his wife and then placing her body on railroad tracks near their home, authorities said today. Shadwick R. King, of the 800 block of Oak Street, was charged Thursday with two counts of first-...
  • Hollywood police to use cameras to fight crime

    Hollywood police to use cameras to fight crime
    Hiding from the cops is about to get harder for car thieves, kidnappers and other criminals cruising through Hollywood. The city plans to spend $1.5 million on a closed-circuit surveillance system that will help police fight crime in key hot spots...
  • In Syria, rebels face challenges in policing areas they control

    In Syria, rebels face challenges in policing areas they control
    The informant began to beg as soon as he was pulled from the police truck, which was painted hot pink, blue and black in a poor attempt at military camouflage. "Where are their places?" officer Abdullah Waisi demanded, holding four arrest warrants for...
  • Update: Hampton jury finds man guilty of homicide

    Update: Hampton jury finds man guilty of homicide
    UPDATE: A jury found Shavis Holloman guilty Friday of felony homicide, attempted robbery, gang participation, conspiracy, malicious wounding and firearms charges. The jury deliberated for about an hour before returning its verdict. ---- HAMPTON...
  • Captain of Google exec's yacht lied about overdose video, police say

    Captain of Google exec's yacht lied about overdose video, police say
    It took months for detectives to link an escort to a Google exec’s death on his yacht in Santa Cruz because the ship’s captain lied to police about the existence of surveillance video on board, police said. Last week, Santa Cruz police...
  • Report: Reckless, drunk driving, residential and home burglaries top safety concerns in Burbank

    Report: Reckless, drunk driving, residential and home burglaries top safety concerns in Burbank
    Reckless and drunk driving as well as home and car burglaries were identified by citizens as problematic issues in Burbank, according to the results of an online survey administered by the Burbank Police Department. More than 350 people completed the...
  • Woman wasn't urged to leave 'pit' because of breast-feeding, police say

    A Chula Vista police officer asked a woman with an infant strapped to her chest to move away from the stage at a Brad Paisley concert because of concern for the safety of the child, not because the woman was breast-feeding, the police department said...