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New Orleans Implements High-Tech Parking Enforcement

April 24, 2008
The city has outfitted two parking-enforcement vans with cameras emitting yellow strobe lights that can scan both sides of the street, taking a digital image of license plates on parked cars and instantly checking the tag numbers against a database of vehicle owners with long-overdue parking fines.

Two St. Louis Officers Honored for Rescuing Family from House Fire

April 24, 2008
The St. Louis police board honored two of the city's officers on Wednesday for saving a woman and her five daughters from a house fire in February.

Streamlight Urges Recycling of Rechargeable Batteries

April 22, 2008
Streamlight, a leading manufacturer of professional-grade flashlights, is observing Earth Day by reminding flashlight users everywhere to keep rechargeable batteries out of the solid waste system by recycling them through a program called Call2Recycle. The national program is directed by the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC).

LAPD Chopper Makes Emergency Landing

April 22, 2008
A Los Angeles police helicopter made an emergency landing on a West Hollywood street Sunday when a warning alarm indicated a possible engine problem. No one was injured.

N.C. Officer Shot During Force-on Force Training

April 22, 2008
A 13-year veteran of the Shelby (N.C.) Police Department, Detective Todd Vickery, was struck in the thigh after Officer Randy Conner pulled the trigger of what he thought was an "air soft" training gun.

Feds Allege Georgia Firm Sold Faulty Flash-Bangs

April 21, 2008
A Georgia military contractor tricked law enforcement agencies into buying faulty stun grenades, ultimately leaving three FBI agents injured, federal prosecutors allege in a Monday indictment.

Man Arrested in Shooting Spree that Wounded N.J. Officer

April 21, 2008
In New Jersey, there's been an arrest in connection with a string of early morning shootings that left one man dead and two others wounded -- including a police sergeant.

S.C. Teen Accused in School Bomb Plot Made 'Farewell' Audio Tape

April 21, 2008
An 18-year-old South Carolina student was in jail Sunday after he collected bomb-making supplies, including ammonium nitrate, in a plan to attack his high school, authorities said.

Police Say S.C. Kid Planned to Columbine His School

April 21, 2008
A teenager in a small South Carolina town planned to conduct a Columbine-like attack this week, the ninth anniversary of the Colorado school shootings, authorities said Sunday.

Blog Brings Human Face to Big-City Murder

April 19, 2008
Two or three people are killed each day by others in Los Angeles County. Most of them died anonymously until Jill Leovy and her blog, The Homicide Report, came along.
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