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Caught on Camera: NPYD's Frantic Moments After Shooting

Dozens of NYPD officers rushed to the scene in an attempt to help two fellow officers who were ambushed in Brooklyn on Saturday.

Officials: 22 Indicted in Multistate Dog-Fighting Ring

Authorities say they've broken up a violent, multistate dog-fighting ring involving hundreds of dogs forced into brutal combat.

Judge: Oklahoma Can Proceed With Lethal Injections

Twenty-one Oklahoma death row inmates had argued that the use of the sedative midazolam would subject them to cruel and unusual punishment.

When Am I Allowed to Film Cops?

You have a right to film cops, but certain rules do apply.

'Put Aside Protests' Until Cops' Funerals, NYC Mayor Says

The mayor spoke at the Police Athletic League charity two days after a gunman killed two officers in their squad car.

NYC Subway Ads Ask Riders to Stop 'Manspreading'

New York City's subway authority will release public service ads in January asking men to keep their legs in a more modest position on crowded cars.

Wife Of Murdered NYPD Cop: 'We'll Get Through This'

The wife of one of the NYPD officers killed in an ambush Saturday tearfully expressed her thanks and appreciation to the department and community for their support.

Nation's Police On Edge After New York Ambush

Police departments nationwide are urging their members to be extra vigilant in response to Saturday's fatal shooting of two New York City officers.

Justice Dept. to Review Fatal Milwaukee Police Shooting

The Justice Department will review the fatal shooting of a black man by a Milwaukee cop to see if it should pursue a federal civil rights prosecution.

Congressman to Sony: Screen 'The Interview' at U.S. Capitol

A congressman invited Sony Pictures to screen "The Interview" at the Capitol, saying lawmakers need to see the film that "everyone is talking about."

Why a San Francisco Christmas Tree Is Decorated With Wishes

Four years ago, San Francisco resident Vanessa Sabarese started a new holiday tradition by converting her Christmas tree into a "Wishing Tree."

Wet Christmas Weather Threatens to Disrupt Holiday Travel

Forecasters are predicting stormy weather this Christmas just as millions of Americans are waiting for last-minute packages and loved ones to arrive.

Police Departments on Alert After Ambush Killings of NYPD Cops

Police departments across the country are urging their officers to be extra vigilant in the wake of the attack on two NYPD officers in New York.

NYPD Officers Ordered to Work in Pairs in Wake of Cop Killings

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said there have been copycat threats toward police, and all officers have been ordered to pair up until further notice.

Texas Weatherman: 'He Just Started Shooting at Me'

KCEN -TV Meteorologist Patrick Crawford says that he had not interaction the gunman who shot him, adding "he just started shooting at me."

Shot Texas Weatherman: I Don't Know Gunman

The Texas weatherman shot near the TV studio where he works said he didn't know his attacker and that he's been in "a lot of pain? since the attack.

Arizona Scraps Drug Cocktail After Two-Hour Execution

Witnesses said Joseph Wood gasped for breath during the July lethal injection using a combination never tried before in Arizona.

U.S. Let Cuban Prisoner Send Sperm to His Wife

Gerardo Hernandez's wife was artificially inseminated and is due to give birth in two weeks.

Texas Weather Man: 'He Just Started Shooting at Me'

KCEN -TV Meteorologist Patrick Crawford says that he had not interaction the gunman who shot him, adding "he just started shooting at me."

NYPD: Cop Killer 'A Very Disturbed Man'

Investigators looking into the murder of two NYPD officers say the killer, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, tried to commit suicide a year ago, frequently had feelings of despair and ranted against the government on social media.

DREAMers Issued Licenses for First Time in Arizona

A District Judge on Thursday issued an injunction barring Arizona from upholding Gov. Jan Brewer's policy of denying licenses to young immigrants.

New Immigration Policy Creates Long Lines at Arizona DMV

Thousands of people protected from deportation because of a federal court ruling began applying for driver's licenses in Arizona.

Watch Live: Shot Texas Weather Man Speaks

Texas Meteorologist Patrick Crawford speaks from Baylor Scott and White Hospital in Temple, Texas.

Watch Live: De Blasio and Bratton Hold Briefing

New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio holds a media availability with Police Commissioner Bill Bratton.

Suspect in Florida Cop Killing Held Without Bond

Marco Antonio Parilla was arrested in connection with the killing of a veteran Florida cop who was shot seven times Sunday.

Watch Live: De Blasio Delivers Remarks at Police Luncheon

New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio delivers remarks at Police Athletic League December luncheon.

Santa Billboard Draws Fire

A gun shop's "We Build AR's for Santa" display is causing controversy in Chico, California. KNVN's Brian Johnson reports.

Fired Cop Won't Be Charged in Milwaukee Shooting

Hamilton was shot 13 or 14 times by a police officer at a park in April after grabbing the officer's baton.

Pooch Has Close Call After Swallowing Ornament Hook

A dog survives after swallowing a Christmas ornament hook. KING's Natalie Swaby reports.

District Attorney says, Ex-Officer's Deadly Force was Appropriate

Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm explains why he didn't charge former Milwaukee police officer Christopher Manney for the deadly shooting of Dontre Hamilton.


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