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Max 21° Min 10° Drugs found in huge police raid in Coromandel Anna Cross, Newstalk ZB November 13, 2013, 7:18 pm Drugs and firearms have been found during police raids of properties in the Coromandel today. Detective Senior Sergeant Graham Pitkethley
According to evidence at trial, Strawthers, now 32, was on parole at the time of the shooting after a previous conviction for voluntary manslaughter. Prosecutors said he shot Ishaq, 37, over an unpaid $150 debt...McFetridge scheduled the sentencing
The Deadly Storm which killed almost 10 million people in Philippines is now headed towards North Vietnam which is near the border of china. The speed of the Typhoon is still estimated up to 157km/h (98 mph), the report says 13
APPROXIMATELY ONE YEAR AFTER A FAMILY DRAMA IN UPPER BAVARIA WITH THREE DEAD CHILDREN HAS BEGUN THE TRIAL OF THE MOTHER OF THE CHILDREN. THE 39-YEAR-OLD FROM FREISING HAS TO ANSWER BEFORE THE LANDGERICHT LANDSHUT FOR MURDER AND MANSLAUGHTER
Monday 11 November 2013 A drunken man is reported behaving suspiciously in an underground car park in East London...The situation quickly escalates, a knife is drawn and within minutes a Taser-trained officer discharges his 50,000-volt weapon.
A soldier cocked his firearm, and the woman dropped the knife and taken into custody.
Maine (AP) Police in Portland are investigating a weekend stabbing in the city. Authorities say Christopher Raymond was stabbed at about 3:30 a.m...Police say they were notified by Maine Medical Center that doctors had treated a stabbing victim...
Upwards of 10,000 people were killed Friday when massive Typhoon Haiyan made landfill in central Philippines, far more than initial estimates had predicted. Still worse, thousands more residents are
From dogs to drones, humanity has found some really intelligent ways to sniff out bombs before they explode. But what if there were a way to catch illicit explosives even earlier? New sensors being developed and tested by scientists sponsored by the
A Quincy Home Depot display team member accused of stabbing his co-worker was held on $25,000 cash bail at his arraignment today in Quincy District Court. Jamal Boyd, 36, of Mattapan, was charged with armed assault to murder, assault and battery with