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New York Officer Dies from 9/11-Related Illness

A former New York State Police Trooper has succumbed to incurable cancer that developed as a result of the time he spent in the rubble of the World Trade Center following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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Nebraska State Patrol Car Voted Best Looking Cruiser

The Nebraska State Patrol claimed the top spot in this year's Best Looking Cruiser contest, an annual contest voted on by the public and organized by the American Association of State Troopers (AAST).

WV Trooper Shot Searching for Gunman, Suspect Dead

It began when Pocahontas County, WV, Sheriff J.P. Barlow was investigating a single-vehicle crash and was shot at by a man with a rifle Monday.

North Carolina Trooper Injured in Vehicle Pursuit is Paralyzed

A trooper with the North Carolina State Highway Patrol who was involved in a collision during a vehicle pursuit is paralyzed from the neck down, Commander Glenn McNeill announced on Facebook.

Ohio Trooper Hit, Critically Injured by Wrongway Driver in Fiery Crash

The trooper was struck head-on by another vehicle traveling south in the northbound lanes. Both vehicles caught fire.

Illinois Trooper Struck, Killed by Vehicle

Trooper Brooke Jones-Story was outside her car and was conducting an inspection of a truck on the shoulder of the road when another truck slammed into her.

Montana Trooper Shot, in Critical Condition

A second responding trooper found Trooper Palmer in his patrol vehicle with his seat belt still fastened.

No Charges for Louisiana State Trooper in Fatal Shooting of Man Fleeing Stop

A Louisiana State Police trooper will not face criminal charges after a September incident that started as a traffic stop and ended when the trooper fired into the fleeing vehicle, fatally shooting its driver.

Louisiana Trooper Accused of Abusing Privileges as a Law Officer

State police said in a press release that 34-year-old Trooper John Kelly of Troop G in northwest Louisiana faces a charge of felony abuse of office.

Louisiana State Police Superintendent Says Newspaper Should 'Move Forward'

In a letter to the editors of The Advocate, Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves said that the newspaper has unnecessarily made mention of an incident that occurred more than 20 months ago in news coverage unrelated to that event.