June 2012


A veteran Miramar Police captain was arrested Friday after he made a teen get naked to prove that she was not having sex in the back seat of a parked car, authorities said.

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LOS ANGELES—The Rev. Al Sharpton and other civil rights leaders will join family and friends in Los Angeles at a public funeral service for Rodney King.

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Department of Homeland Security officials gave the University of California-Berkeley a $200,000 grant to purchase an “armored response counterattack truck” for its campus police department, to the dismay of Occupy protesters in the area.

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Talk about your captive audiences!

In an effort to cut down on drunken driving, the state is distributing the totally awesome named Interactive Urinal Communicators to some bars, restaurants and other drinkaterias in Wayne, Bay, Ottawa and Delta counties.

Yup, talking urinal cakes.

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Seven years after she was killed in Iraq, Debi Klecker’s family will receive the Secretary of Defense Medal for the Defense of Freedom.

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ATLANTA — Owners of small businesses in Georgia are afraid of how the new health care law will impact them and their employees.  The issue is not whether they agree or disagree with the law, support it or oppose it.  The issue is how they’re going to pay for it.

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A Fort Bragg battalion commander who was shot and killed Thursday afternoon has been identified by family friends as Lt. Col. Roy L. Tisdale.

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Washington (CNN) — The White House and the Justice Department made clear Friday what had been expected all along: Attorney General Eric Holder will not face criminal prosecution under the contempt of Congress citation passed by the U.S. House. Continue Reading

U.S. Rep. Adam Smith wants the Pentagon to change the definition of spouse to include same-sex couples so that husbands and wives of legally married gays and lesbians in the armed forces could collect military benefits.

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A Fort Bragg soldier shot and killed another soldier during a unit safety briefing on post Thursday afternoon, then shot and wounded himself, officials said.

Both soldiers were assigned to the 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade. A third soldier in the unit suffered a minor injury. Continue Reading

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