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  • '7th Heaven's' Stephen Collins tape: LAPD reviews alleged sex abuse confession

    '7th Heaven's' Stephen Collins tape: LAPD reviews alleged sex abuse confession
    Los Angeles police said they are aware of a New York police investigation into "7th Heaven" actor Stephen Collins and are reviewing an audiotape in which he allegedly admits he sexually abused underage girls, officials said Tuesday. LAPD Cmdr. Andrew...
  • Stephen Collins Fired from 'Ted 2′ Following Child Molestation Allegations

    Stephen Collins has been fired from "Ted 2" after reports surfaced that the NYPD was investigating the "7th Heaven" actor on suspicion of child molestation, sources confirm. He also resigned from the SAG-AFTRA board on Tuesday. Collins, who recently...
  • NYPD accidentally kills unarmed man in clash with knife-wielding suspect

    NYPD accidentally kills unarmed man in clash with knife-wielding suspect
    An unarmed man was accidentally shot and killed by New York City police officers during a clash with a knife-wielding suspect in a Brooklyn apartment this week, the latest in a series of police-related killings that have rocked the country and the city...
  • Weigel Broadcasting launches cop show digital TV network

    Weigel Broadcasting launches cop show digital TV network
    Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting has quietly launched a new digital TV network featuring iconic police shows such as “Hill Street Blues” and “NYPD Blue.” The new network is called H&I, which stands for Heroes and Icons. It...
  • New York terror threat boosts commuter security

    NEW YORK — Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday the metropolitan area remains under threat of terrorist attack, and that commuters will see an increased security presence in the city and at transit points as a result. Cuomo and New Jersey Gov....
  • SW Police Department hires three new employees

    The South Windsor Police Department hired three new employees on Sept. 22. Officer Jared Richards, Officer Jacob Truebig, and dispatcher Lawrence Dudley, Jr. said they are all excited to be joining the force. As of now, the officers have been fitted for...
  • Alafair Burke's obsession with a killer leads to a detective character

    Alafair Burke's obsession with a killer leads to a detective character
    For Alafair Burke, whose 10th mystery "All Day and a Night" (Harper: 352 pp., $26.99) is published this month, it all goes back to Dennis Rader. Known as the BTK killer, he terrorized Wichita, Kan., in the 1970s and 1980s, when Burke was growing up there....
  • NBC sets fall premiere dates for 'Blacklist,' 'Voice,' more

    Fans of football, Adam Levine and/or James Spader, mark your calendars now. On Monday NBC announced premiere dates for its fall schedule, including returning favorites "The Voice," "The Blacklist" and "Sunday Night Football" and new series "The...
  • NBC Giving Fall's 'Mysteries of Laura' A Sneak Preview Behind 'America's Got Talent' Finale

    NBC wants to make sure "The Mysteries of Laura" isn't a mystery to potential viewers, slotting a special sneak preview episode behind its biggest summer show. "Laura," which stars Debra Messing as a NYPD homicide detective who balances her day job with a...
  • N.Y. police seek link between body parts found in two towns

    N.Y. police seek link between body parts found in two towns
    Homicide investigators in Long Island, N.Y., are investigating the discovery of a dismembered body and other scattered human remains found in two towns earlier this month. On July 8, police found the partially dismembered body of a woman in a parking...
  • Rev. Al Sharpton leads calls for justice in NYPD chokehold death

    Rev. Al Sharpton leads calls for justice in NYPD chokehold death
    The Rev. Al Sharpton said Saturday "there is no justification" for the series of events that led to the killing of Eric Garner, an unarmed New York City man who was allegedly placed in a chokehold by police officers earlier this week. Flanked by the 43-...