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  • USC football's fresh start quickly meets with controversy, distraction

    This was supposed to be a back-to-the-business-of-football season for USC. NCAA penalties were in the past. Unpredictable Lane Kiffin was out as coach. Steve Sarkisian was ready to make his debut at the controls of a new-look, nationally ranked team....
  • 14-year-old sexually assaulted in Park Manor neighborhood

    14-year-old sexually assaulted in Park Manor neighborhood
    A 14-year-old girl was sexually assaulted in the Park Manor neighborhood Thursday morning, according to police. She was in an alley when a man approached her on a mountain bike and assaulted her in a nearby gangway. The attack happened about 11:30 a....
  • We must fix the criminal justice system

    The following editorial appeared in the Detroit Free Press on Friday, Aug. 29: Weeks of protests in Ferguson, Mo., started because of a police officer killing unarmed teenager Michael Brown. But at its heart, the protests were about the ways our...
  • Ferguson Commission needs a push from the White House

    The following editorial appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Thursday, Aug. 28: More than two weeks ago we issued our first call for a Ferguson Commission to investigate the root causes of the massive unrest that followed the shooting of 18-year-...
  • Delray agency budgets for more cops downtown

    Delray agency budgets for more cops downtown
    Delray's incoming police chief says he needs more cops to keep downtown Delray safe. But the Delray agency that pays for the downtown police unit says they don't have the money to fund the nearly $600,000 request that would add two officers, a sergeant,...
  • Newington Police To Pay $54,000 For Military Vehicle Modifications

    NEWINGTON — The town council has approved a bid waiver that will allow the police department to modify a mine- and ambush-proof military vehicle that they acquired from a government surplus program. Police plan to send the six-wheeled BAE Caiman,...
  • Hail to the chief [Editorial]

    Hail to the chief  [Editorial]
    Almost exactly two years ago this week Anthony Batts arrived in Baltimore to take over the leadership of the city's police department. Since then Baltimore has seen homicides go up, then come down again as Mr. Batts has instituted reforms, shaken up the...
  • Body Cameras Should Be Standard Police Gear

    Body Cameras Should Be Standard Police Gear
    Instead of arming police with military equipment as if they were panzer divisions, the federal government ought to equip every local force that wants them with body cameras. These small-as-a-pager body-mounted devices record everything that happens...
  • Police: Drunk West Haven Man Swung Ax At Girlfriend

    Police: Drunk West Haven Man Swung Ax At Girlfriend
    WEST HAVEN — A 54-year-old man was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly swinging an ax at his girlfriend while he was drunk, police said. Officers responded to a Church Street home about 11:20 a.m. Thursday after receiving multiple calls...
  • Ease traffic, hire more cops, Costa Mesa residents say

    Too many palm trees. No electronic billboards. Too much development and traffic. "Feelings of insecurity" on East 19th Street. "Listen to the people." These were a few of the sentiments shared during Wednesday's meeting regarding the updating of Costa...
  • Terminally ill Wisconsin ex-deputy sheriff charged with double murder

    (Reuters) - A terminally ill former Wisconsin deputy sheriff was charged on Friday with murder in connection with the fatal shootings of his wife and her sister in his home last week, court documents showed. Andrew Steele, 39, was charged in Dane...