Friday Mar 7
Tom Brokaw tells how his family have helped him through his 'tricky' bone cancer treatment
'Lock up your husbands!' Woman charged after posting explicit photographs of Walmart employee having affair with husband in the store where she works Ousted Ukrainian president Yanukovych is 'gravely ill' after heart attack as plane carrying country's new leader is boarded by SWAT team after terrorist attack alert Did you do better than Scarlett ... (more)
KOB-TV New Mexico
Alamosa County to get its own armored vehicle
The Alamosa County Sheriff's Office is planning to get its own armored vehicle from the U.S. military.
The Montgomery Advertiser
Prank calls to Birmingham police lead to arrest
<![CDATA[BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- Jefferson County sheriff's officials say a man accused of making a series of prank phone calls to Birmingham police is being held on $50,000 bond. Sheriff's spokesman Randy Christian says police and a SWAT team responded to a call about a kidnapping and hostage situation Sunday and searched houses for a woman the caller said was being held hostage. Christian says police traced the cellphone the calls were being made from to a local restaurant and learned that the same phone was linked to two recent false reports of robberies. Christian says 21-year-old Ervin Jamal Hill of Birmingham was charged with making a terrorist threat. It's unclear if he has an attorney. Sheriff's officials say Hill told them conflicting stories about whether or not he made the calls. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
The Daily Caller
Police using data concerning lawful gun ownership to ratchet up scrutiny, escalate tactics
In recent years much progress has been made in protecting the privacy of gun owners by restricting access to gun licensing and right-to-carry permit data, with a majority of states now limiting the availability of this information to law enforcement officers for official use.
Grits for Breakfast
Rare self defense finding by grand jury in no-knock raid resulting in deputy's death
A Burleson County grand jury ruled Henry Magee acted in self defense when he shot and killed a Sheriff's deputy during a SWAT raid on his home based on an informant's misinformed testimony.