At least 1 dead, several injured in New Orleans shooting
1 killed, 9 injured in shooting in New Orleans' French Quarter
Authorities Investigating Fatal Police Shooting in Miss.
MBI and the district attorney's office are investigating, which is routine after an officer-involved shooting. Hattiesburg police spokesman Lt. Jon ...
Police: CN Railroad security guard killed in Harvey shooting
Police are searching for a man who shot and killed a Canadian National Railroad contracted security guard and stole two vehicles Saturday ...
Police: Suspect dead in Roxborough barricade situation
"When they arrived, they heard additional gunshots and saw a muzzle flash," said Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Joseph Sullivan.
Missing California mother found alive three weeks after her apparent ...
Police said Sherri Papini, 34, who was bound in restraints, flagged down a passing motorist, who immediately alerted law enforcement. “We are ...
Police: Parking Lot Killing in Nevada Could Be Self-Defense
Police said Friday they were investigating the shooting death of man Thanksgiving night in the parking lot of a Nevada Wal-Mart as possible ...
Murder victim’s mom says building’s conditions fostered crime
Unsafe conditions at a city-run Chinatown housing project set the stage for the slaying of a teenager, a new lawsuit charges. Nathaniel “Chao” Szeto, 19, was found mortally wounded in...
City’s big retail day turns into opportunity for 35,000 parking tickets
Motorists get no holiday discount when they park in Manhattan: one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year is also a massive opportunity for the city to raise money...
Cops search for husband after wife found dead in apartment
A 44-year-old woman was found stabbed to death in her Bronx apartment Saturday afternoon — and cops are on the hunt for her husband, police sources said. Sophia Lamb was...
Suspected gunman arrested after shots reported at hospital
A gunman wildly fired shots into the air in a Long Island hospital parking lot early Saturday, officials said. John Gamble, 35, pumped off multiple rounds from a .9 mm...
Two men, one woman wounded in separate incidents as shots rip through Brooklyn streets
Drug suspect nabbed near ‘Crack is Wack’ playground after high-speed chase
He got high on drugs, then picked the perfect spot to crash his car — into the “Crack is Wack’’ playground in Harlem, authorities said Friday. “It’s truly ironic,’’ said...
No gunman found after shots reported at hospital
Shots reportedly rang out at a Long Island hospital early Saturday, police said. But cops responding to a 911 call at 5:50 a.m. at Southside Hospital in Bay Shore couldn’t...
Man arrested in Trump Tower lobby
A man described by police as suspicious-looking was busted Friday night in the public lobby of Trump Tower after he told an officer he wanted to “speak to the president...
CCRB director quits after accusing ex-chairman of sexism
The turmoil-ridden police Civilian Complaint Review Board is losing its executive director. Mina Malik, who charged CCRB Chairman Richard Emery in April with making inappropriate comments and undermining her authority,...
Black Friday kicks off with deadly shooting at mall
Two people were shot — one fatally — in the parking lot of a southern New Jersey mall early on Black Friday, according to reports. The shooting took place outside...
A Brooklyn police station house froze in time for nearly 3 minutes as officers acted out various scenes without a flinch in a Thanksgiving-themed “mannequin challenge.”
The 60th Precinct in Coney Island posted their version of the online video challenge to YouTube on Wednesday.
Officers of all ranks — from police recruits to plainclothes cops and white-shirt higher-ups — participated in the posing.
We previously reported that a South San Francisco officer Hero was assaulted yesterday at approximately 2:30 pm by a man wielding a skateboard. At that time, it was reported that the officer was in stable condition. We have now received reports that his status has been escalated to critical.
Orange County Deputy Courtney Ward Dies After Courageous Battle with CancerOrange County, CA – Orange County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Courtney Ward, 36, fought a courageous fight with a rare and aggressive form of cancer but lost the battle on November 6, 2016. The nine-year veteran was laid to rest on Wednesday November 22, 2016. She died after a months-long battle with a rare and aggressive form of cervical cancer known as neuroendocrine carcinoma.
A Texas DPS Trooper Was Shot on Friday
Fronton, Texas – A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper was shot Friday afternoon near Fronton in Starr county.
At around 1 PM, Troopers were surveilling armed group of men on an island in the Rio Grande, between the United States and Mexico. When the Tamaulipas State Police attempted to contact the group, a gunfight erupted. During the gunfight, the Texas DPS trooper was shot in the leg.
BREAKING: Colorado State Patrol Trooper Tragically Killed
Colorado- The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that a Colorado State Patrol trooper was struck and killed by another vehicle while he was investigating a crash on I-25 near Castle Rock Friday at 1:30 P.M.
Officer Tom Woods was making a routine traffic stop when a man popped out of the trunk, armed with a gun -- and Woods wrestled him to the ground. But Lewiston Police Chief Chris Ankeny says it could have ended badly.
“There have been a lot of events that have been happening with police agencies across the nation in the past few months that have been quite horrific and have shown a propensity of violence against police,” Ankeny says.
Over the past week, six officers were attacked in Texas, Missouri, Florida, Idaho and Michigan. This year alone, 60 officers have been shot and killed -- including 20 in ambushes -- a 67 percent increase over last year.
The eighteenth ambush took place in Texas, where San Antonio detective Benjamin Marconi was shot in the head last Sunday.
A 911 dispatcher in the Florida Panhandle received an unusual -- albeit heartwarming -- call from young resident on Thanksgiving Day.
"A little boy melted all the hearts in Walton County Sheriff's Office Communication Center today," read a post on Walton County Sheriff Michael A. Adkinson, Jr.'s Facebook page.
According to the post, a boy named Billy called 911 Thursday afternoon "to invite WCSO staff/deputies to come eat Thanksgiving dinner with he and his family."
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