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Survey: Majority of Americans Support Marijuana Legalization

April 5, 2013
A majority of Americans support making marijuana legal, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center. For the first time in its 40 years of polling, a majority of respondents (52%) said they would support legalizing marijuana.
<p>Photo courtesy of Jackson PD.</p>

Miss. Detective Remembered As Devoted Dad

April 5, 2013
Jackson (Miss.) Police Detective Eric Smith loved his two sons and displayed a memorabilia shrine to his favorite NFL football team in his home, friends of the slain officer told the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
<p>Screenshot via CBS News.</p>

Colo. Psychiatrist Told Cop About Theater Shooter's Threats

April 5, 2013
The Aurora theater shooter's psychiatrist alerted a campus police officer about her client's homicidal threats about a month before the attack, newly released documents show.

Texas Prison Escapees Captured In Barn

April 5, 2013
Two Texas prisoners who escaped from a county jail in Sulpher Springs were recaptured Thursday in a barn some 20 miles away. Brian Allen Tucker and John Marlin King were returned to the Hopkins County Jail.
<p>Photo courtesy of Jackson PD.</p>

Miss. Detective Fatally Shot In Station

April 4, 2013
A homicide suspect shot and killed a Jackson (Miss.) Police detective Thursday inside police headquarters after overpowering the officer and taking his gun. Detective Eric Smith was interviewing the suspect, when the two men began to argue.

Video: Ill. Agency Backs Officer who TASERed Pregnant Woman

April 4, 2013
Springfield (Ill.) Police leaders defended an officer who subdued a combative, pregnant women by using the "drive stun" mode on his TASER during an argument in a Best Buy parking lot.

Video: Wash. Man Shakes Off Four TASER Hits

April 4, 2013
A man running across Interstate 5 in Marysville, Wash., shook off four TASER hits as he taunted officers and resisted arrest on Sunday. The encounter went viral after a family waiting in traffic on the shut-down interstate filmed it.

R.I. Campus Closed After Gunman Reported, Toy Gun Found

April 4, 2013
The University of Rhode Island's Kingston campus was locked down at noon today in response to reports that a gunman was inside the university's Chafee Hall.
<p>Photo via Eugene Crum/Facebook.</p>

Sheriff's Accused Killer Had Mental Problems

April 4, 2013
The man accused of killing a West Virginia sheriff Wednesday had spent time in a psychiatric hospital and experienced mental problems caused by exposure to harmful chemicals. He reportedly didn't have a grudge against law enforcement.

Teachers Blast NRA's 'Cruel Hoax'

April 3, 2013
The president of a national teachers union called the NRA's school-safety plan a "cruel hoax" that will lead to more gun violence rather than curbing active-shooter attacks.
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