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Dog Stolen from South Dakota Officer Found in Minneapolis

October 11, 2017
A German shepherd stolen from an ailing South Dakota police officer's home has turned up on the streets of Minneapolis.

Video: NY Deputy With Cancer Urges People to Donate Blood

September 12, 2017
Deputy Andrew Gravelle of the Saratoga County (NY) Sheriff's Office, who is fighting cancer, is urging people to donate blood to help people like him who may need blood transfusions.

NY Deputy With Cancer Urges People to Donate Blood

September 12, 2017
Deputy Andrew Gravelle of the Saratoga County (NY) Sheriff's Office, who is fighting cancer, is urging people to donate blood to help people like him who may need blood transfusions. More Here.

Thousands of 9/11 Responders Battling Cancer, Other Diseases

September 11, 2017
This week, 156 names will be added to the memorial walls in a Nesconset, NY, park, bringing the total number of first responders who died from illnesses linked to their work at Ground Zero to more than 850, according to John Feal, a 9/11 first responder and president of the FealGood Foundation.

Vermont Trooper with Brain Cancer Honored at Fenway Park

August 8, 2017
Saturday night was Vermont Day at Fenway Park. Vermont State Police trooper, Dan Marcellus, was there with his family to throw out a ceremonial first pitch. Nine months ago, the 14 year VSP trooper was diagnosed with a grade four brain cancer.

TX City Limits Sick-Time Donations to Officer Fighting Cancer

June 19, 2017
Waco, TX, city employees are allowed to accrue sick time over the years, and officers have offered to donate some of their sick time to Officer Stone while she is missing work after a double mastectomy and chemotherapy sessions to treat her breast cancer. But the city said no.

Legionnaires' Disease Bacteria Found in Water at Manhattan Police Station

June 12, 2017
Traces of the bacteria that cause Legionnaires' disease have been found in the water at a Manhattan police station where an officer who recently fell ill works, the police and health officials said on Sunday.

After Two Dozen Surgeries Missouri Officer with Flesh-Eating Disease Leaves Hospital

July 14, 2015
Lee's Summit (Mo.) Police Department Officer Josh Ward walked out of St. Luke's Hospital Monday morning via his own two feet. That was a miracle after he battled a flesh-eating bacteria that nearly killed him. More Here.

Video: After Two Dozen Surgeries Missouri Officer with Flesh-Eating Disease Leaves Hospital

July 14, 2015
Lee's Summit (Mo.) Police Department Officer Josh Ward walked out of St. Luke's Hospital Monday morning via his own two feet. That was a miracle after he battled a flesh-eating bacteria that nearly killed him.
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