DC Police Confront Inauguration Demonstrators, VandalsAs Donald Trump and President Barack Obama made their way to the Capitol, police were confronting a group of demonstrators wearing black in downtown Washington and using what appeared to be pepper spray.
Seventy Years In Police Work And Still Going StrongThe oldest law enforcement officer in Texas has some sage advice for police: “All I’d say is, watch your back.”
Hundreds Gather To Honor Fallen Little Elm DetectiveMusic filled a Little Elm Park and hundreds of hands held small burning flames to show how much they care about their men and women in blue.
Disabled Hit-And-Run Victim Faces Double Leg AmputationJoey Salas is popular around Oak Cliff, not only as an advocate for the disabled but also for his involvement with the Tejano music scene.
Pew Survey: Officers More Reluctant To Use Force, Make StopsThe so-called "Ferguson effect" — officers backing off of policing out of fear that their actions will be questioned after the fact — has been talked about but never really quantified.
Neighbors Outraged After Facebook Post Spurs ViolenceAn argument that began on Facebook turned violent when police say nine people drove from Dallas to confront another group in an Allen neighborhood.
Granny Packs Heat, Shoots At Armed IntruderPistol-packing, east Texas grandmother, Rebbie Roberson, was quietly watching the news Sunday when an intruder interrupted her day.
McKinney Pool Party Teen Sues Cop, Department And CityThe 15-year-old girl seen on video as former McKinney police officer Eric Casebolt slams her to the ground during a 2015 pool party, has filed a federal lawsuit.
Dallas Man Shot After Preventing Break In At Neighbor's HomeA man trying to protect his neighbors from getting robbed was shot early Tuesday morning in Dallas.
Beaumont Police Find 13 Stolen Bicycles In Time For GiveawayPolice say 13 snazzy new bicycles meant for needy children in Southeast Texas were stolen but recovered just in time to hand out as Christmas presents.
2016 Marks Low Point For Death Sentences Since 1970sOnly five states conducted executions this year, the fewest number of states to do so since 1983. Georgia led the way with nine, followed by Texas with seven.
Thieves Stealing Wallets From Gym Parking Lots, Immediately Going On Shopping SpreePolice hope some clear surveillance images will help them arrest thieves who are breaking into cars in the parking lots of several North Texas gyms.

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