Police ID suspects in fake ice bucket challenge that dumped urine, feces on autistic teen (CNN) -- Police have identified those involved in an incident in which the ice bucket challenge trend was used to trick an autistic teenager into being drenched with a bucket of urine, feces and spit. Authorities are not yet releasing the names, and are ... 09/9/2014 - 8:55 am | View Link
Edmonton Taser Death: Edmonton Police Not Responsible For In-Custody Fatality, Probe Concludes EDMONTON - An investigation has concluded that two police officers ... Tasers have been linked to the deaths of more than two dozen people in Canada. The U.S. company that makes them says they have never directly been proven to have caused a death in ... 09/6/2013 - 5:08 am | View Link
Dallas police: Katy Trail robbery suspects may be tied to more than a dozen area attacks Dallas police now say the same men are likely behind more than a dozen attacks, including three armed robberies on or near the Katy Trail over the weekend. In a statement released minutes ago, Dallas police said that on Friday they first identified at ... 05/13/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
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Shelbyville Times-Gazette: News : Crime, justice and ... Scam Watch: 'Prize' winner told to be quiet (09/12/14) A fake Publisher's Clearing House $1.5 million "prize notification" received by a Bedford County resident has a ... 09/15/2014 - 4:31 pm | View Website
Breaking News Body found in Sherman Park Lagoon. The body of a man was pulled from a lagoon in Sherman Park on the South Side, police said. 09/15/2014 - 4:02 pm | View Website
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A Belgian official says a convicted rapist and murderer who has been imprisoned for almost three decades has been granted the right to die after doctors agreed his psychological condition was incurable.
Belgium has allowed euthanasia since 2002 in cases where patients' physical or psychological suffering is incurable and constant.
A 30-year-old man is in custody after authorities say he barricaded himself inside his western New York home during a domestic dispute with his wife.
State police say Erie County 911 dispatchers received the call around 10:30 a.m. Monday from a home in the rural town of Boston, south of Buffalo.
Authorities say a northern New Jersey man jumped to his death from a cliff overlooking the Hudson River with his dog in his arms.
Palisades Interstate Parkway Police responded to a report of a car on fire on Henry Hudson Drive between Englewood Cliffs and Edgewater on Monday afternoon.
Police say they determined that the car's owner, 34-year-old Cross Yoler of Garfield, had jumped from the northern ledge of Fort Lee Historic Park with his Yorkshire terrier with him.
Police found Yoler's personal belongings on the side of the cliff.
The budget numbers are expected to show more money for both defense and intelligence agencies, with the downing of Malaysian Airlines 17 above Eastern Ukraine looming large in the Dutch psyche, along with fears about Dutch jihadists returning from Syria.
A man accused of being an accomplice in a 2012 violent home invasion in Bedford, New Hampshire, says he was terrified of another man charged in the case.
WMUR-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1phU2Up) Nathan Lamontagne testified Monday he was afraid of Charles Normil, who was charged with sexual assault and other crimes in the invasion and awaits trial.
Police on Monday arrested 52-year-old Adam Metropoulos, a priest at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, on charges of violation of privacy and possession of sexually explicit material.
Bangor police say they started investigating on Saturday when a woman complained that she thought she had been photographed or video recorded without her permission or knowledge.