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OH Trooper, Cleveland Officers Rescue Man in Wheelchair from Burning Home

Seconds later, highway patrol dash camera video shows Trooper Hiram Morales run to the side door asking, “Anyone in the house? Anyone in the house?”

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Heroic Capitol Police Officer Escorts Vice President Harris at Inauguration Ceremony

Eugene Goodman, the U.S. Capitol Police officer who faced down a mob of rioters during the attack on the U.S. Capitol building this month, escorted Vice President Harris at the inauguration.

Montana Trooper Rescues Woman from Partially Submerged Car in River

Trooper Connor Wager responded Thursday to a report of a rollover crash and found a car on its roof in the freezing river water with the front end submerged and the driver trapped inside.

Lawmakers Want to Award Capitol Officer Congressional Medal for Diverting Mob

Reps. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.), Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) and Charlie Crist (D-Fla.) introduced the measure, saying Goodman deserves Congress’ highest civilian honor after he was captured in photos and videos leading rioters away from the entrance to the Senate chamber.

3 NY Officers Injured Saving Man from Burning Motel

According to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, deputies called to the scene briefly spoke with someone through the door of room 112, but the person stopped responding. With the help of the property manager, they got the door open and found the room was filled with smoke.

Nashville's Titans to Honor Police Heroes from Christmas Bombing Before Sunday's Playoff Game

"While we can never thank these officers enough for their heroic acts, it is an absolute privilege to have the opportunity to honor them at the game on Sunday," said Titans president and CEO Burke Nihill.

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.

IN Lieutenant Receives Medal of Honor for Response to House Explosion

Lt. Kevin Van Kley heard the call over the scanner and rushed to the scene. He pulled the young child to safety after finding her pinned in the rubble.

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.

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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.