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Mural Honors Heroism of Nashville Officers During Christmas Bombing

A new mural in Nashville honors the six Metro Police officers who ran to danger and saved lives before the Christmas Day bombing.

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Nashville Police Checked Out Christmas Bomber Last Year, No Evidence Found

When officers arrived to the residence of Warner's girlfriend, Raymond Throckmorton identified himself as a representative of Anthony Warner and said his client has frequently spoken about the military and bomb making.

Nashville Police Release Video of Operations Before, After Christmas Bombing

The time was 6:25 a.m. on Christmas morning. Nashville police worked quickly to clear 2nd Avenue North downtown, the stretch that houses the entertainment district. Officers can be seen walking past B.B.King’s Club as they evacuated buildings. As they moved down the sidewalk, holiday music from a store mixed with the eerie recording coming from a white RV parked on the street.

6 Nashville Officers Honored for Evacuating Residents Before Christmas Bombing

Officer James Luellen was the first to arrive on Second Avenue North on Christmas morning to a call of shots fired. Officer Brenna Hosey arrived to back up. As soon as she got out of the car, almost immediately, the RV started making an announcement.

Officers Evacuated Residents Before Massive Nashville Explosion

Responding officers evacuated the residential buildings in the area after hearing the warning. They were working to get people out when the explosion detonated.

Man Blowing Up ATM Killed in Philadelphia

Police say the deceased 24-year-old man tried using an explosive device to blow up the ATM by Sidekicks Sports Bar, but when the device went off, he was thrown to the ground with serious injuries. He was rushed to a nearby hospital and died.

Spotting Improvised Explosive Devices

The DHS bomb-making materials awareness program teaches officers what to look for to prevent attacks that use homemade bombs.

Boston Marathon Bomber Appeals Death Sentence

The surviving sibling of the two young men who committed the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 is appealing his death sentence, alleging that he did not get a fair trial.

Terror Bomber Gets Attempted Murder Conviction for Shooting at Officers

When officers arrived around 10:30 a.m., Rahimi pulled a 9mm pistol and opened fire — hitting one of the Linden officers in the torso and in his ballistic vest, according to authorities.

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Northern Ireland Officers Targeted in Border Explosion

Police in Northern Ireland were the target of an explosion near the border with the Irish Republic, authorities said.