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San Francisco Killing Sparks National Outrage, Likely Political Fallout

July 6, 2015
The barrage of outraged tweets from GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump decrying the shocking San Francisco slaying of 32-year old Kathryn Steinle signals the start of what may be an intense immigration debate with potential fallout in California, home to the nation's largest undocumented population.

Video: LAPD Officer Saves Man Choking Inside Restaurant

July 6, 2015
An LAPD officer is being called a hero after saving a choking man's life. Officer Mark Mireles was on his lunch break and sprang into action.

Video: 8 Killed in Chicago Over Weekend, Superintendent Says 'We Will Not Relent'

July 6, 2015
Despite the high number of shootings, McCarthy applauded the officers for working 12-hour tours and the department for taking the "extraordinary step" of employing 30% more officers on the streets than usual.

McGruff the Crime Dog is Turning 35 and Joining Instagram

July 6, 2015
McGruff the Crime Dog, the National Crime Prevention Council’s symbol of safety and crime prevention, is turning 35 this year. He is marking the occasion with a month-long social media celebration.
<p>Photo: PrintekMobile</p>

PrintekMobile Launches New 3-Inch Mobile Thermal Printer

July 6, 2015
PrintekMobile has announced the launch of its new FieldPro 530 mobile thermal printer series. The FP530 printers will provide smartphone, tablet, and laptop users the ability to print tickets or other documents right from their device.

No Civil Rights Charges Against California Deputy Who Shot Replica Gun-Carrying Teen

July 2, 2015
The U.S. Justice Department announced late Wednesday that it will not file criminal charges against a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy who shot 13-year-old Andy Lopez, ending a federal civil rights investigation into the 2013 shooting.

Video: Arizona Authorities Release Footage of Shootout That Wounded 2 Officers, Killed Suspect

July 2, 2015
Dep. John Mennen of the Greenlee County Sheriff's Office and Clifton Police Sgt. Jason Mingura were treated at the University of Arizona Medical Center in Tucson for injuries sustained from the incident, which began with a report of possible domestic violence around 11 p.m. on Jan. 26.

Muslim Woman Sues Michigan Agency for Making Her Remove Hijab for Photos

July 2, 2015
Maha Aldhalimi of Wayne County said that a police officer arrested her on Sept. 15, 2004, after spotting her in a no-parking zone outside a Wal-Mart store in Dearborn. After checking her license and registration, the officer said she "had a warrant for her arrest for an unpaid parking violation."
<p>Stockton (Calif.) PD K-9 Nitro died in a patrol when the air conditioning failed. His handler was outside working crowd control in the 106-degree weather. (Photo: Stockton PD)</p>

California K-9 Dies After Air Conditioner Fails in Patrol Car

July 2, 2015
Stockton police say that one of its dogs died Tuesday when the air conditioner on the patrol car of his officer-handler failed.
<p>The Jan. 28 incident was captured on in-car video and broadcast on WDIV. Randazzo kicked Dent twice during the incident. His actions were declared justified. Another officer was fired. (Photo: WDIV screen shot)</p>

Michigan Officer Sues Agency Over Suspension, Allegations of Brutality

July 2, 2015
Inkster, Mich., police officer Phillip (Chuck) Randazzo, 44, is suing his employer after it released video and suspended him in connection with the highly publicized Floyd Dent arrest and subsequent allegations of police brutality, according to the complaint filed Monday in Wayne County Circuit Court.
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