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Calif. Bill Would Let Voters Decide on Abolishing Death Penalty

July 8, 2011
A California legislative committee has approved a Berkeley lawmaker's proposal to allow voters to decide whether to abolish the death penalty. The bill must clear several other legislative hurdles before making it to the ballot.

Columbia Southern University Awards 'Hero Behind the Hero' Scholarship

July 8, 2011
Holly Stanley, a credit union branch manager in Alabaster, Ala., was awarded an online scholarship based on her entry in the scholarship essay contest. Stanley is married to Officer Andrew Stanley of the Alabaster Police Department.

Suicidal Man Kills 7 In Michigan Domestic Dispute

July 7, 2011
A 34-year-old man who killed seven people earlier in the day killed himself during a barricade with police, after releasing one of two hostages.

Fort Hood Shooting Suspect to Face Death Penalty

July 7, 2011
Lt. Gen. Donald Campbell Jr., Fort Hood's commander, also ordered a court-martial for a trial that's likely to begin in about a year. Hasan faces 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32 specifications of attempted premeditated murder.

Video: Conn. Police Investigate Arrest of Man with Sawed-Off Rifle

July 7, 2011
In the video, two officers can be seen kicking and punching a man identified as Joseph Donaby at Blake Street in New Haven, Conn., shortly after 6 p.m. on June 23.

Good Samaritan Pulls Detroit Sergeant from Burning Cruiser

July 7, 2011
A civilian Good Samaritan pulled a Detroit Police sergeant out of his burning cruiser this morning, after the officer lost control of the vehicle on Detroit's west side.

Florida Man Who Rammed Cruiser Possessed Multitude of Drugs

July 7, 2011
Police discovered marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy in the vehicle of the 26-year-old man who rammed a St. Petersburg (Fla.) Police cruiser on Wednesday.

Suit Claims Chicago Cops Punch First, 'Ask Questions Later'

July 7, 2011
The complaint alleges LaMonte Simmons' constitutional rights were violated on Aug. 3, 2009. Simmons was visiting his neighbors when he claims he witnessed officers using a choke-hold on a 16-year-old.

Ex-NOPD Cop Details Katrina Cover-Up

July 7, 2011
Eventually, the officers met at the flooded 7th District station, where they handed their weapons to members of the NOPD academy. They headed into the ruined station to tell their versions of what happened before giving formal statements to investigators.

Casey Anthony Sentenced for Lying to Police

July 7, 2011
Orange County, Fla., Chief Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Casey Anthony this morning for lying to police, giving her four years in jail and credit for the time she's already served since 2008. She's scheduled for a July 13 release.
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