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Story Police say it has sought out smaller communities and violently taken over those drug markets. Sergeant Lindsey Houghton, a spokesman for the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C., said the arrests and the seizure of nearly $400,000
The Santa Maria police department recently created a new policy for chasing suspects on the road...They say the new policy will allow for smarter and safer decision-making. "They're very focused on what they're doing," said S.M.P.D. Commander Phil
It's been two years since Kortne Stouffer vanished without a trace, and it's just been concluded that her body isn't in a lake that's been searched over a course of several weeks. The 85-acre lake was reported to be the final
The prison sex offender population has doubled in ten years, fuelled by the jump in historic abuse convictions. One in eight inmates in British jails is a sex offender, with the population now at 11,150, the Daily Mail reported. Eight prisons in the
Story The legislation comes as the White House is putting increased pressure on colleges and universities. The administration formed a task force in January to address the issue, and the group found that 1 in 5 female college students in the United
The paper includes proposals to block overseas websites that host pirated content and to compel internet service providers (ISPs) to stop users illegally downloading movies, television shows and music. "I am a passionate defender of the internet and
Embed Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Scammers are basically stealing money from the pockets of students who need it. Paying for college is a huge expense, which is why many turn to financial aid for some relief, but scammers are also trying to cash in.
A Central Texas jury has ordered McDonald's to pay $27 million in damages to the families of two teenagers killed in a car accident while en route to a hospital after a fight outside the fast-food restaurant in College Station in 2012. A release
Investigators said Joel Smith had threatened suicide by putting a gun to his head last week before murdering his wife and children before shooting himself.
A police complaints' adjudicator has ruled against a Vancouver police officer who was accused of ramming a suspect during a car chase and lying about what happened...Christopher Charters rammed an SUV during a high-speed pursuit but instead said on