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Video: Trace Adkins, Venue to Donate $10,000 to Slain TN Officer's Family

September 1, 2016
Country superstar Trace Adkins and Knoxville, TN, concert venue The Back Porch on the Creek are donating $10,000 to the family of Officer Kenny Moats, the Maryville, TN, police officer killed last week in the line of duty.

Former Atlanta Officer Charged with Murder for On-Duty Shooting

September 1, 2016
A grand jury on Wednesday charged a former Atlanta police officer with felony murder and other crimes in the death of an unarmed man who was driving a car.
<p>Winslow Township (NJ) Police gave the boy who bought them lunch a special toy patrol car. (PhotoL Facebook)</p>

NJ Boy Who Bought Officers Lunch Gets Special Patrol Car

August 31, 2016
A little boy in New Jersey, who bought lunch for police officers in his town, now has his very own police car, courtesy of the men and women in blue.

Chicago Gangs No Longer Know or Fear the Police, and Bodies Pile Up

August 31, 2016
Politicians know that the gangs are reason for the deaths. Calling it "gun violence" is much safer, especially in wards where gangs often provide political muscle.

Video: Severely Injured Denver Officer Returns to Duty After 18 Surgeries

August 31, 2016
A driver hit and dragged Adsit while he was on duty on his bicycle in December 2014. He was escorting East High School students back toward school along Colfax Avenue after they protested downtown.

Video: Anti-Police 49ers Quarterback Invited to California Sheriff's Academy

August 31, 2016
The Alameda County (CA) Sheriff’s Office has invited San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to the police academy in response to his comments against police in America.

Researchers Say 9/11 First Responders Showing Signs of Cognitive Impairment

August 31, 2016
Cognitive impairment, long considered a leading risk factor for Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, has been detected in a significant proportion of people who served as first responders during the 9/11 World Trade Center disaster, Stony Brook University researchers have found.

Deaf Driver Had Prior Record, Led NC Trooper on High-Speed Chase Before Fatal OIS

August 31, 2016
The trooper's running account of the daylight pursuit challenges the belief by Harris’ family that the 29-year-old deaf man may not have heard or understood the trooper’s commands.

Lyman Introduces Tacstar Slimline Sidesaddle

August 31, 2016
Lyman Products’ Slimline Sidesaddle is a shotgun accessory designed to provide easy access to shotgun shells. This new Slimline model takes up less space on the receiver.
<p>Photo: Vertx</p>

Vertx Presents Speed Concealed Carry Shirt

August 31, 2016
The Vertx Speed Concealed Carry Shirt allows for a smoother sweep-to-weapon, while maintaining a low profile in large or small crowds.
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