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  • Boynton Beach police accepting applications for Teen Police Academy

    Boynton Beach police accepting applications for Teen Police Academy
    The Boynton Beach Police Department is accepting applications for its seventh annual Teen Police Academy. The weeklong summer camp is for teens, ages 14 to 16, who are interested in learning more about the city's police force. It also helps officers...
  • Community news for Windsor Locks edition

    Youth law enforcement symposium WINDSOR LOCKS - American Legion Post 36 has chosen Dakota Berube to participate in a one week youth law enforcement symposium July 5 to 11 at the Connecticut State Police Training Academy in Meriden. The program is...
  • Former Oklahoma volunteer deputy waives hearing

    A former Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy who fatally shot a restrained and unarmed man waived his right to a preliminary hearing Friday and was ordered to stand trial. Robert Bates, the 73-year-old former Tulsa County Sheriff's Office reserve,...
  • Hampton search yields no evidence in Connecticut serial killing case

    Hampton search yields no evidence in Connecticut serial killing case
    A multistate delegation of investigators and members of the FBI find no evidence buried in the back yard of a home where suspected serial killer William Devin Howell once lived. Howell, who grew up in Hampton, is serving a 15 year sentence in...
  • Police dog Duke credited with catching car theft suspect

    Police dog Duke credited with catching car theft suspect
    Duke, a K9 in the Lake County Sheriff's Office, was receiving praise this week for tracking his first suspect and locating a juvenile wanted for allegedly driving a stolen car in Zion, police said. According to Zion police, four people jumped out of a...
  • Police Should Need Warrant To Search Cellphones

    Police Should Need Warrant To Search Cellphones
    If police are going to search a cellphone for evidence, why not require a search warrant? The General Assembly should change the standard that police must meet before gaining access to citizens' cellphone records. The present law says that before...
  • Man charged in connection with fatal Bronzeville shooting

    Man charged in connection with fatal Bronzeville shooting
    Authorities charged a man in connection with a shooting that killed a 52-year-old bystander and wounded three others Tuesday evening in the Bronzeville neighborhood on the South Side. Julius Thomas, 26, of the 400 block of East 42nd Street, was...
  • Charleston suspect's life a troubled road to radicalization

    The people who know Dylann Storm Roof — the people who watched his progression from a sweet child to a disturbed man — are struggling with guilt. How could they have missed the signs? Could they have done something to prevent the deaths of...
  • Coroner: Remains found at quarry site not linked to crime

    Coroner: Remains found at quarry site not linked to crime
    Lake County Coroner Merrilee Frey said "possible human remains" found at the site of the Singleton Stone Quarry in south Lake County are not related to a crime scene. "I contacted and consulted with Dr. Krista Latham and Dr. Stephen Nawrocki, both...
  • Man wounded at Pride event in San Francisco

    Man wounded at Pride event in San Francisco
    A 64-year-old man was wounded and several people detained after shots rang out at a gay-pride event in San Francisco on Saturday night in the area of the United Nations Plaza. "The incident is believed to have started when several groups of men,...
  • 818 Roundup: Vigil walk raises awareness of veteran suicide rate; 710 Freeway project report scrutinized

    818 Roundup: Vigil walk raises awareness of veteran suicide rate; 710 Freeway project report scrutinized
    Good morning, 818! Today is Thursday, June 25, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 87 and a low of 64, according to the National Weather Service. Here are your local headlines: - More than 300 veterans are slated to "walk...