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Giants swing and miss with denial of involvement in lawsuit Posted: 05/18/2013 10:32:29 PM PDT Updated: 05/18/2013 10:32:31 PM PDT Dan Orum, president and CEO of the San Jose Giants, sent an email to the San Jose City Council about a week ago "to
The police chief needs to meet with the Office of the Attorney General to determine how much information the department can release about its internal affairs investigations, according to a directive issued yesterday by Gov. Eddie Calvo. "I want GPD
After one of the most turbulent weeks in Oakland police history, Sean Whent, 38, emerged at the helm of a department that has surrendered much of its autonomy to a federal judge and lost the faith of many residents who have endured two years of
Written by Cameron Miculka Pacific Daily News Filed Under Accused of wife's murder: Emmanuel Cepeda approaches the bench for his arraignment hearing at the Superior Court of Guam on March 6. Cepeda is accused of shooting and killing his wife, Emma
That is the chorus from the internal affairs ministry as the repeated abuse of Ugandan diplomatic passport continues to soil the country's image abroad. The latest developments indicate that Thailand and UK have backlisted VIP passports from Uganda.
Renewing her call for increased oversight of the police, Mayor Jean Quan on Thursday said better training, an updated computer system and a civilian watchdog similar to San Jose's would help Oakland address a troubling number of officer-involved
Riders, which led to a decade of federal monitoring of the department and mandated reforms. Life-or-death choices In a city overwhelmed by rampant violence, police stress they sometimes have little choice but to defend themselves with deadly force. "
The unemployment rate fell to 4.1 percent in March, its lowest level since November 2008, the government said Tuesday, as some companies increased female employment in the hopes of an economic recovery boosting business confidence. The figure was in
A man with a gunshot wound to his neck reacts while lying on a stretcher at the emergency ward of a local hospital in San Pedro Sula Distraught: Family members react while standing next to a woman who died after she was hit by a stray bullet during a
Cossette, the son of Meriden Chief Jeffry Cossette, is charged with using unreasonable force and obstruction of justice, and faces a maximum of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted. The charges against Evan Cossette, 25, stem primarily