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  • LAPD names officers who fatally shot mentally ill man in South L.A.

    LAPD names officers who fatally shot mentally ill man in South L.A.
    More than two weeks after the police shooting of a mentally ill man in South Los Angeles, LAPD officials released Thursday the names of two officers involved in the deadly shooting. The department identified the officers who shot Ezell Ford on Aug. 11...
  • Reality star Ray J gets probation in Beverly Hills trespassing incident

    Reality star Ray J gets probation in Beverly Hills trespassing incident
    Reality TV star and singer Ray J pleaded no contest Thursday to trespassing after being accused of groping a woman at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel bar and refusing to leave. Ray J, 33, whose birth name is Willie Ray Norwood Jr., was initially charged with...
  • Federal judge tosses lawsuit filed in death of David Koschman

    Federal judge tosses lawsuit filed in death of David Koschman
    A federal judge ruled Thursday that David Koschman’s mother waited too long to file a wrongful death lawsuit that accused authorities of a cover-up in her son’s 2004 death following a drunken altercation with a member of the powerful Daley...
  • Police: Vietnamese gang suspected in brutal abductions of three men, killing of two in Philadelphia

    The two brothers were being held — bound and beaten — in a garage behind a house in southwest Philadelphia when their captors allowed one to make a phone call, law enforcement sources say. They needed $100,000, he told the friend who...
  • Four recruits take oath to join Glendale's police force

     Four recruits take oath to join Glendale's police force
    The Glendale Police Department swore in four rookie officers earlier this month after they graduated from the police academy, though plenty of training in the field still lies ahead. On Aug. 14, Officer Matthew Stafford, Officer Dylan Montes, Officer...
  • The lessons of Ferguson -- and Cincinnati

    O judgment! Thou art fled to brutish beasts, And men have lost their reason. --"Julius Caesar," Act III, Scene 2 ... What a surfeit of surreal scenes have been pouring out of little Ferguson, Missouri, these past few weeks -- as if they'd never end....
  • Police investigating tampering with pumps at Upper Macungie gas station

    Police investigating tampering with pumps at Upper Macungie gas station
    Someone tampered with the gasoline pumps at an Upper Macungie gas station Thursday morning, possibly to steal the credit card information of customers, township police said. Upper Macungie police were dispatched at 10:45 a.m. to the Exxon Top Star gas...
  • Police: Drug-using couple break into South Whitehall home, fall asleep outside

    Police: Drug-using couple break into South Whitehall home, fall asleep outside
    A 21-year-old woman and her boyfriend broke into her mother's South Whitehall Township home Wednesday and then fell asleep in the backyard after doing drugs, according to court records. Jenna L. Souders of Allentown and her boyfriend, Elliot P. Lipsky,...
  • Police investigating fatal shooting of woman in Rossmoor

    Police investigating fatal shooting of woman in Rossmoor
    Sheriff's detectives were investigating a shooting in a residential area of Rossmoor in Orange County on Thursday afternoon that left a woman dead, authorities said. The shooting occurred shortly after 4 p.m. in the 11200 block of Wallingsford Road,...
  • Fighter jet pilot in western Virginia crash confirmed dead

    Fighter jet pilot in western Virginia crash confirmed dead
    THURSDAY UPDATE: The pilot of an F-15C Eagle fighter jet was confirmed dead Thursday night after a crash near Deerfield the day before that led to a search by officials with various local, state and federal agencies. The name of the pilot will not be...
  • Palestinian family possibly 'singled out for arrest' by Israel, US says

    JERUSALEM When Issa Abu Khdeir drove a relative to the airport last month, police arrested two sons and him, and ransacked their Jerusalem home. Abu Khdeir, 58, said his family might have been targeted because they offered their home as a press center...