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1 hr ago | The Windsor Star
Recordings of emergency calls from the Connecticut school shooting that were released Wednesday show town dispatchers urged panicked callers to take cover, mobilized help and asked about the welfare of the children as gunshots could be heard at times in the background.
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1 hr ago | WMC-TV Memphis
As gunfire boomed over and over in the background, a janitor begged a 911 dispatcher to send help, saying, "There's still shooting going on! Please!" A woman breathlessly reported seeing a gunman run down a hall.
2 hrs ago | New York Daily News
Bryce Reed was arrested by federal agents who said he collected materials to make a pipe bomb.
2 hrs ago | KMIZ
The suspect in last month's fatal shooting at Los Angeles International Airport was ordered held without bond Wednesday, after saying he that he understood the charges against him.
5 hrs ago | Denver Post
The Air Force Academy defended its use of confidential informants after a cadet said he was expelled because of misconduct linked to providing information.
9 hrs ago | Salisbury Journal
Pc Toby Rowland issued a letter of claim against Mr Mitchell yesterday, in the wake of their differing accounts of a heated confrontation in Downing Street in September last year.
10 hrs ago | Ohio.com
ASHTABULA, OHIO: Authorities say the wife of a county judge in Northeast Ohio has been arrested for allegedly trying to poison him with antifreeze.
11 hrs ago | The Gazette
A Florida man accused of killing his wife and posting pictures of her corpse on Facebook is due in a Miami courtroom for a hearing.
A federal jury was seated Tuesday to hear the retrial of a former New Orleans police officer who shot and killed a man outside a strip mall four days after Hurricane Katrina.
In the foyer of her grandparents' house in Covina in suburban Los Angeles, Katrina darted toward the man at the door on Christmas Eve.
In this Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, file photo provided by the Newtown Bee, a police officer leads two women and a child from Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., where a gunman opened fire, killing 26 people, including 20 children.
Authorities say additional charges may be filed against a Union County DSS worker accused of child abuse.
Cash rewards of up to A 1,000 are being offered to Christmas and New Year revellers who report drink-drivers to the police.
Vincent Gray declared his candidacy for a second term as District of Columbia mayor Monday, settling a question that had hung over city politics for months.
The prosecutor investigating sexual assault allegations against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston wants the process to be "thorough" and won't let football dictate when he will wrap up his inquiry.
An Indiana teenager who was sentenced to 25 years and would have served some time in adult prison after pleading guilty at age 12 to helping kill a friend's stepfather could leave a juvenile prison as early as next summer under a deal with prosecutors.
The new head of Chicago's FBI office said Monday he'll look for ways his agents can do more to help stem homicide rates and other violent crimes in the nation's third-largest city, though he added it's not yet clear what more the FBI can do that it's not already doing.