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Police in the Northern California town of Lincoln have shot and killed a man who reportedly warned in a video that he wouldn't be stopped and came toward an officer with a knife.
The Sacramento Bee reports (http://bit.ly/2eOD1Ul ) that the man, identified by a friend as Brandon Millard, lived in a homeless camp and posted a profanity-laced Facebook video shortly before the shooting.
The longtime sheriff of metropolitan Phoenix was charged Tuesday with criminal contempt-of-court for ignoring a judge's order in a racial-profiling case, leaving the 84-year-old lawman in a tough spot two weeks before Election Day as he seeks a seventh term.
Prosecutors promised two weeks ago that they would charge Sheriff Joe Arpaio, but the misdemeanor count wasn't officially filed against him until U.
A prosecutor said a judge's gag order in a murder case infringes on his ability to consult with the victim's family members and on his rights to communicate with the citizens he was elected to represent.
Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel is pushing back against Circuit Court Judge Michael Adler's Aug.
Wyoming has sent six highway patrol troopers to North Dakota to help authorities deal with Indian protesters demonstrating against the construction of an oil pipeline, prompting objections Tuesday from some Wyoming Indian leaders.
More than 100 protesters were arrested last weekend in Morton County, North Dakota, in the faceoff between protesters and Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners, developer of the four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Opponents worry about potential effects on drinking water on the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's reservation as well as harm to cultural sites.
Jason Baldes, a member of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and staff member at the Wind River Native Advocacy Center, accused Wyoming officials of supporting the pipeline by sending law enforcement officers to face off against protesters.
Civil rights advocates have filed a lawsuit seeking to prevent the California Department of Motor Vehicles from suspending driver's licenses for people who can't afford to pay traffic fines.
The case was filed in Alameda County Superior Court by seven organizations on behalf of plaintiffs who say their licenses were suspended because they couldn't afford to pay traffic fines.
The Indiana gubernatorial candidates say the state should do more to attack the abuse of heroin and other drugs.
Gregg says the state can see long-term savings by spending on rehabilitation programs rather than sending abusers to jail or prison.
Republican candidate Eric Holcomb says drug abuse is strangling many communities and that prevention and treatment programs must be priorities.
Republican Eric Holcomb and Democrat John Gregg are set for a final televised debate as they go into the last two weeks of their contentious campaign for the Indiana governor's office.