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Report: Mexican Immigration Wave Has Ended

April 24, 2012
The largest wave of immigration from a single county to the United States has reached a statistical standstill, as the net migration flow from Mexico has stopped, according to a report from the Pew Hispanic Center.

Secret Service Director Survives Scandal

April 23, 2012
Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan has yet to fall prey to the widening sex scandal involving 12 agents who solicited sex from Columbian prostitutes while President Obama visited the country earlier this month.
<p>Photo: Greenland PD</p>

Murdered N.H. Chief Saved Officer's Life

April 23, 2012
Greenland (N.H.) Police Chief Mike Maloney dragged a wounded officer to safety before he was fatally shot during a drug raid earlier this month.

LAPD Gains Officers In Mayor's Budget Cut Plan

April 23, 2012
The Los Angeles Police Department would see a modest gain in sworn officers under Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's city budget that would also slash civilian personnel at the department.

Shooting Suspect Shot After Pointing Gun at NYPD Cops

April 23, 2012
An ex-con wanted for shooting a man after a fight in a McDonald's drive-through was shot by police in Queens on Friday after he pointed a pistol at the cops.
<p>Mark Abaire. Photo: CCSO</p>

Fla. Soda Thief Faces Felony

April 23, 2012
A Naples, Fla., man faces a felony charge after being accused of walking out of the McDonald's in East Naples without paying for a cup of soda.

Memorial Set for Okla. Deputy Killed In Crash

April 23, 2012
A funeral has been scheduled for Thursday for a Choctaw County (Okla.) Sheriff's deputy who was killed in a collision on U.S. Highway 70 in southeastern Oklahoma.
<p>Photo: Yuda Chen</p>

FBI to Add Violent Offender File to NCIC

April 20, 2012
The FBI plans to add a "violent offender file" to its NCIC index in August to give field officers more information about the violent offenders who may attack them during a stop.

Police Union Sues Over LAPD Vehicle Impound Policy

April 20, 2012
The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) has sued to overturn the LAPD's new vehicle impound policy that returns vehicles to unlicensed drivers in less than 30 days.

Pelican Products Wins Corporation of the Year Award

April 19, 2012
Pelican Products has been recognized by the National Institute of Packaging, Handling, and Logistics Engineers (NIPHLE) with the 2011 Corporation of the Year Award.
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