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  • Area law enforcement agencies pay for standoff too

    Area law enforcement agencies pay for standoff too
    More than a dozen law enforcement agencies brought the two-day stand-off in Wichita to its end.  Harvey County's Emergency Response Team was one of the agencies on this scene.  Sheriff T. Walton says there's a reason for helping-out in Wichita. “...
  • Aide to man with Down syndrome who died in theater had warned police, report says

    Aide to man with Down syndrome who died in theater had warned police, report says
    Moments before off-duty Frederick County sheriff's deputies tried to force a young man with Down syndrome out of a movie theater — a move that eventually led to his death — Robert Ethan Saylor's 18-year-old aide warned them that he would...
  • Search continues for 72-year-old woman with Alzheimer's

    Search continues for 72-year-old woman with Alzheimer's
    WARSAW, Mo. --  The search for a missing 72-year-old woman with Alzheimer's disease stretched into its fifth day on Wednesday.  Family members said Hellen Cook was last seen on Saturday morning in Benton County.  She is in need of medication. Cook was...
  • ACLU says license plate readers violate drivers' privacy

    ACLU says license plate readers violate drivers' privacy
    The American Civil Liberties Union says police are violating drivers' rights with license plate scanners that can be used to track their whereabouts with little oversight on how such data is used or stored. The ACLU on Wednesday announced the results...
  • County sheriff's spokesman to be interviewed by feds in jail probe

    County sheriff's spokesman to be interviewed by feds in jail probe
    Federal prosecutors examining abuse in the Los Angeles County jail and others problems in the sheriff's department are slated to interview Sheriff Lee Baca's chief spokesman next week Steve Whitmore said he would be interviewed Tuesday by federal...
  • Utah repeals legislation limiting feds from enforcing state laws

    Utah officials have agreed to disagree with the federal government over what many have called Washington's controversial intrusion in matters involving the Beehive State. On Wednesday, the state Legislature repealed a measure intended to limit federal...
  • Who Knew What And When Certain To Emerge In UConn Scandal

    Who Knew What And When Certain To Emerge In UConn Scandal
    University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst doesn't wear a miter, a chasuble and a pair of red shoes, but she may be starting to know what the last few popes have felt like. The first public stirrings of an appalling sex scandal at the state's...
  • 'Bash mob' is a no-show in Long Beach, but police remain on alert

    'Bash mob' is a no-show in Long Beach, but police remain on alert
    Law enforcement officers across the Southland continued to be on alert Friday for signs of roving groups of vandals like the one that struck Hollywood on Tuesday night, even as one such “bash mob” failed to materialize in Long Beach....
  • Train police to deal with Down syndrome

    Train police to deal with Down syndrome
    "Justice for Ethan" signals a call from the family of Robert Ethan Saylor and all families experiencing Down syndrome ("Reopen the case of Robert Ethan Saylor Sept. 5). Ethan, 26, had Down syndrome. He died when he was being escorted from a movie...
  • Shining a light on the insanity of the drug war

    It's the biggest movie of the summer. Not the biggest budget, or the biggest box office, but the most important. I'm talking about the new documentary "How to Make Money Selling Drugs," which will be released in theaters and on-demand June 26. Written...
  • Johnson, fighting gun violence, loses an officer

    Johnson, fighting gun violence, loses an officer
    For Jim Johnson, the police chief of Baltimore County, the month of August started in Pittsburgh, with an award from a national law enforcement organization for his "steadfast leadership and commitment to working to keep this nation free of gun violence."...