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  • Mexico supports probe into shooting of US helicopter

    The Mexican government says it is working with the United States in the investigation into a shooting attack on a U.S. Customs and Border Protection helicopter on June 5, but says it "categorically rejects any attempt to see the border as a security...
  • New York manhunt for escaped killers focuses on area near prison

    New York manhunt for escaped killers focuses on area near prison
    As the search for two escaped killers stretched into its sixth day, investigators concentrated their efforts Thursday morning on an area near the maximum-security prison in upstate New York where the men had been held. Officials closed roads and local...
  • Intensifican la búsqueda de los prófugos de la prisión de Nueva York

    Intensifican la búsqueda de los prófugos de la prisión de Nueva York
    La búsqueda de 2 convictos fugados en el norte del estado de N.Y. ahora incluye a más de 500 elementos policiales Como la búsqueda de los dos asesinos fugados se extendía en su sexto día, la mañana del jueves los investigadores concentraron sus...
  • Gunfire from U.S., a death in Mexico. Can grieving family sue in U.S.?

    The family of a Mexican boy shot to death by a U.S. Border Patrol agent tried an argument in federal court on Tuesday previously made by an Abu Ghraib detainee and the family of another Mexican teenager killed along the border: The U.S. Constitution...
  • Customs officials nab teen with pot in bicycle tires

    Customs officials in the border town of Douglas arrested a 17-year-old boy after finding his bicycle's tires stuffed with more than three pounds of marijuana. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say officers at the Douglas Port of Entry arrested...
  • Providence man sent to prison for drug trafficking charges

    A Providence man is going to prison for his part in a conspiracy to traffic cocaine. Thirty-one-year-old Juan Maldonado was sentenced Friday to three years in federal prison followed by three years of probation. Maldonado pleaded guilty March 13 to...
  • Under Armour, shipper CMA CGM both announce return to port of Baltimore

    Under Armour, shipper CMA CGM both announce return to port of Baltimore
    Under Armour apparel products manufactured abroad will arrive at the port of Baltimore next month for the first time in eight years under a newly signed contract with the Evergreen shipping line. The deal was disclosed Tuesday by Chris Sichette, Under...
  • Authorities capture two men who jumped from boat at Port Everglades

    Two of five stowaways who jumped from a cargo ship pulling into Port Everglades were found late Wednesday, officials said. The men, both Dominicans, had previously been deported from the U.S. and one had a record for drug trafficking, U.S. Border Patrol...
  • Officials: Woman used honey to swallow 54 cocaine pellets

    Investigators say a 28-year-old South Florida woman spent five days in a hospital passing drug pellets filled with almost 1.5 pounds of cocaine. Regis Walker of Pembroke Pines was returning to the United States from Jamaica last Thursday when U.S....
  • Woman inspired by 'The Mule' says honey helped her swallow cocaine pellets

    Woman inspired by 'The Mule' says honey helped her swallow cocaine pellets
    A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down, but it takes honey to swallow 54 pellets filled with nearly 1.5 pounds of cocaine, according to a Broward County drug mule suspect. Regis Walker, 28, of Pembroke Pines, spent five days in a hospital...
  • Service animals get free eye exams in Hollywood

    For the third straight year, VCA Hollywood Animal Hospital and Animal Eye Guys of South Florida are welcoming the working animals that help law enforcement, hospitals and people with physical limitations. The hospital and veterinary ophthalmologist...