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Boston Police to Alert Public with Twitter Dispatches

March 12, 2009
One goal is to interact in real time with the public during festivals and large-scale events about bottlenecks, closed roads, and crowd-related problems. For example, officers could warn their Twitter followers about an intersection to avoid because of an accident.

Obama Considers Sending Armed Troops to Mexican Border to Prevent Drug Violence

March 12, 2009
President Barack Obama said Wednesday that his administration is examining options to deal with deteriorating security conditions on the Mexican border, including the deployment of the National Guard if violence continues to spill over into American cities.

San Francisco Police Union Accuses Bill Ayers in 1970 Bombing

March 12, 2009
Leaders of San Francisco's police officers union have accused Weather Underground co-founder Bill Ayers and his wife, Bernardine Dohrn, of taking part in the 1970 bombing of a city police station that killed a sergeant.

Officials Identify Alabama Gunman

March 12, 2009
He first killed his mother and the family dogs in Kinston, Ala., the authorities said, then drove 10 miles to Samson, where he shot five members of his extended family, including the uncle who had raised him.

Witnesses Describe Deadly Rampage by Southeast Alabama Shooter

March 12, 2009
As authorities worked today to piece together the chain of events that left a trail of bodies across this tight-knit, largely agricultural corner of southeast Alabama, the question on many residents' lips was, "Why?"

Detroit Vice Officers Accused of Faking Arrest Records

March 12, 2009
The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office is reviewing whether to issue criminal charges against seven Detroit police officers who are accused of falsifying arrest records, the office's spokeswoman said Wednesday.

Deputy's Wife and Daughter Killed by Alabama Gunman

March 11, 2009
Instead of heading home, the deputy drove to Reliable Metal Products plant in the nearby town of Geneva, where the gunman had shot and killed himself after a bloody rampage in southern Alabama in which he killed 10 people -- including relatives and apparent strangers.

Authorities: Ala. Shooter Trained as a Cop

March 11, 2009
A gunman who killed 10 people and himself in the worst mass shooting in Alabama history had trained as a police officer and quit a job at a nearby sausage plant days before the deadly spree, authorities said Wednesday.

Alabama Man Kills Nine, Self in Shooting Spree

March 10, 2009
A gunman went on a shooting spree in two south Alabama towns Tuesday, killing nine people before he shot himself at a metals plant, authorities said.

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. Creates Systems Group

March 10, 2009
EF Johnson Technologies Inc. today announced that it has created a dedicated systems group to focus on the development, marketing, sales and implementation of the company's IP25 line of Project 25 compliant infrastructure systems.
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