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Winery and Gary Sinise Sponsor Contest for First Responder Grants

August 21, 2014
Five local responder groups from across the United States will each receive a grant from Josh Cellars, which can be used towards important life-saving needs such as training, support services, and essential upgrades to equipment.
<p>Rustic Crust and American Flatbread frozen pizza CEO Brad Sterl (right) was joined by New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan (second from right), New Hampshire Police, Fire &amp; EMS Foundation Founder and President Jim Valiquet (second from left) and Pittsfield (N.H.) Fire Chief Robert Martin (left).</p>

Pizza Company Honors First Responders While Breaking Ground For New Facility

August 20, 2014
In New Hampshire and in states across the U.S., Rustic Crust and American Flatbread frozen pizzas will donate product to state first responder organizations assisting with fundraisers and other events.
<p>Photo: Morphix Technologies</p>

Morphix Technologies offers Officers Classroom TraceX Explosives Detection Training Kit

August 20, 2014
Morphix Technologies has created a classroom TraceX Explosives Detection Training Kit for trainers that includes a training unit designed to teach end users how to identify bombers, bomb-makers and bomb-making facilities in a single test.

5.11 Tactical Releases Fall/Winter 2014 Catalog

August 20, 2014
5.11 Tactical has announced 10 new additions to its product line. Unveiled in the company’s Fall/Winter 2014 catalog, the new products offer a head-to-toe outerwear solution for enhanced performance during a variety of duty- and adventure-driven activities.

LAPD SWAT Officer May Have Suffered Career-Ending Wound

August 19, 2014
A Los Angeles police officer shot in the leg in a gun battle that left one of two suspected gunmen dead may have suffered a career-ending wound, his surgeon said Monday.

DA to Take NYPD "Choke Hold" Case to Grand Jury

August 19, 2014
A grand jury will hear evidence in the death of Eric Garner, a man who died after being put in an apparent chokehold by a New York City police officer during an arrest, to determine whether charges are warranted, the Staten Island District Attorney's Office announced Tuesday, reports CBS New York.

St. Louis Officers Shoot, KIll Knife-Wielding Man, Crowd Yells "Ferguson" Chants

August 19, 2014
"The store owner and the alderwoman said the suspect was armed with a knife, acting erratically, pacing back and forth in the street, talking to himself," said Chief Dotson, who spoke at the scene.
<p>A Facebook page supporting Officer Darren Wilson of the Ferguson PD. (Photo: Ferguson PD)</p>

Support Growing for Officer in Ferguson Shooting

August 19, 2014
Supporters also created a GoFundMe.com group aimed at raising $100,000 for Wilson's family. "We stand behind Officer Darren Wilson and his family during this trying time in their lives," a statement on the site said.

Ferguson Lawsuits May Rage for Years

August 19, 2014
The first matter will be the potential criminal and civil actions related to Brown’s death. But legal experts also predict possible litigation stemming from the actions taken by police in Ferguson, lawsuits brought by store owners against the police related to looting, and even the imposition of a curfew.

Woman Calls St. Louis Radio Show with Officer's Side of Ferguson Shooting

August 19, 2014
According to the version on KFTK, phoned in by the woman who identified herself as "Josie" and said she was a friend of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson's significant other, the altercation began after Wilson rolled down his window to tell Brown and a friend to stop walking in the street.
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