Suspect Identified in Pennsylvania Barracks Ambush

Suspect Identified in Pennsylvania Barracks Ambush MICHAEL RUBINKAM, Associated Press | Tuesday, September 16, 2014 A Pennsylvania State Trooper walks into a wooded area as investigators return to scour the woods across the street from the state police barracks on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, in Blooming Grove Township, Pa. On Friday night, State...
  September 16, 2014  

Haverhill men indicted in Hampstead home invasion

Haverhill men indicted in Hampstead home invasionEagle-TribuneSanchez and Menagerman were arrested last year while in jail on home invasion charges in Massachusetts. Sanchez was indicted five counts of attempted witness tampering, two counts of conspiracy to commit theft and a single count of conspiracy to commit ...
  September 16, 2014  

White House Supports Use of Body Cameras

JOSH LEDERMAN, Associated Press | Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Police officers wear what appear to be body cameras as they hold the line against protesters gathered at the police station during a rally in Ferguson, Mo. on Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014 for Michael Brown, an unarmed black 18-year-old...
  September 16, 2014  

Police: Jeff man ate ex-girlfriend’s organs

Police: Jeff man ate ex-girlfriend's organsThe Courier-JournalA Southern Indiana man accused of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend told police that he mutilated her body and ate several of her organs, according to court records. Joseph A. Oberhansley, 33, who appeared in Clark Circuit Court on Monday, is accused ...Police: Indiana man ate ex-girlfriend's organs Indianapolis StarPolice: Indiana man mutilated girlfriend's body, ate parts Bowling Green Daily News

Dallas Police Association releases 10-point plan that aims to improve police department

Dallas Police Association releases 10-point plan that aims to improve police department Dallas Police Association president Ron Pinkston (left) and first vice president Frederick Frazier told The News’ editorial board they hope to reopen talks with Chief David Brown. (David Woo/The Dallas Morning News) Weeks after Dallas Police Association officials said the police department has a morale problem, they say they know how to fix it. The association, the largest in Dallas, released a 10-point plan Tuesday that they say will improve the department. Many of the bullet points are famil...

U.S. Settlement with Michigan Utility to Reduce Emissions at Its Coal-Fired Power Plants, Fund Projects to Benefit Environment and Communities

Office of Public AffairsFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASETuesday, September 16, 2014 U.S. Settlement with Michigan Utility to Reduce Emissions at Its Coal-Fired Power Plants, Fund Projects to Benefit Environment and CommunitiesCompany Estimates Upgrades Will Cost Approximately $1 Billion In a settlement with the United States, Consumers Energy, a subsidiary of CMS Energy Corporation, has agreed to install pollution control technology, continue operating existing pollution controls and co...

Former Hitler SS Member at Auschwitz Charged With Accessory to Murder

Former Hitler SS Member at Auschwitz Charged With Accessory to Murder Former Hitler SS Member at Auschwitz Charged With Accessory to MurderWall Street JournalBERLIN—Prosecutors in Germany have charged a 93-year-old man with at least 300,000 counts of accessory to murder while a member of Adolf Hitler's SS unit at the Auschwitz concentration camp. Prosecutors accuse Oskar Gröning from Lower Saxony of ...Former Auschwitz guard charged with 300000 counts of accessory to murder New York PostFormer Auschwitz guard faces 300000 counts of accessory to murder ...
  September 16, 2014  

Power’s Out for New Jersey Electric Law

     (CN) - Granting New Jersey-based power generators preferential capacity rates to add another 2,000 megawatts to its power grid exceeded the state's authority, the 3rd Circuit ruled.     New Jersey adopted the Long Term Capacity Pilot Program Act (LCAPP) in January 2011 to encourage new plant construction by power-generation firms.     Rather than pay for such construction directly, however, the Board of Public Utilit...
  September 16, 2014  

NFL players union expected to appeal Ray Rice’s suspension for striking then-fiancee

NFL players union expected to appeal Ray Rice’s suspension for striking then-fiancee NEW YORK — The players’ union on Tuesday plans to appeal the indefinite suspension the NFL handed to Ray Rice last week.NFL Players Association spokesman George Atallah told The Associated Press on Monday “we are expecting to appeal before the deadline on Tuesday night.” That deadline is 11:59 p.m. EDT.Rice originally was suspended two games under the NFL’s personal conduct policy for striking his then-fiancee in a hotel elevator. When videotape of that incident was made public and sho...
  September 16, 2014  

90-mph chase after man shoots, wounds Duvall officer

90-mph chase after man shoots, wounds Duvall officer 90-mph chase after man shoots, wounds Duvall officerKOMO NewsThe chased eventually ended in Preston, about 20 miles south of Duvall in the Snoqualmie Valley, after the man's tires were popped with a spike strips. The man then exited the car and shot one more round. The man was arrested after a three-hour standoff.Duvall police officer shot, subject caught after car chase to Preston Snoqualmie Valley RecordOfficials: Officer shot in leg by suspect gives chase in patrol car; man ... Minneapoli...
  September 16, 2014