NBC12 viewers contacted 12 On Your Side about a bumper sticker that reads “SHOOT A COP.” It’s gotten the attention of the Virginia Fraternal Order of Police. Is it Free Speech or a terroristic threat?
The Santa Ana Police Chief addressed a controversial marijuana dispensary bust, including allegations that ate least one of the officers at an edible pot product.
“I was about to kick her in her f—ing nub,” the officer later says of a customer with an amputated leg in a wheelchair.
Colorado’s Supreme Court ruled Monday that employers can fire workers who use marijuana for medical reasons, even though it’s legal in that state.
Michigan would legalize the use of marijuana for recreational use under two proposed initiatives for which advocates will soon begin collecting voter signatures.
One of the women involved in the Beech Grove Walmart brawl that was caught on video is now facing charges.
It is a true honor to serve in the racial and social justice movement here in Spokane and across the nation. Many issues face us now that drive at the theme of urgency. Police brutality, biased curriculum in schools, economic disenfranchisement, health inequities, and a lack of pro-justice political representation are among the concerns at the forefront of the current administration of the Spokane NAACP. And yet, the dialogue has unexpectedly shifted internationally to my personal identity in the context of defining race and ethnicity.
When someone suffers a heart attack, they need medical attention fast. If no one nearby knows CPR, every second that goes by until an ambulance arrives puts the patient in more danger. Researchers in Sweden came up with a plan to increase the chances of survival.
Nine graffiti artists who spray painted creations across the world-renowned 5Pointz building filed a lawsuit Friday in Brooklyn federal court, seeking unspecified damages from the owner who whitewashed away their artwork.
This month in Europe McDonald’s hired 7,000 touch-screen cashiers.
I do not believe that a long-dead, British guy is the only writer who can teach my students about the human condition. […] I am sad that so many of my colleagues teach a canon that some white people decided upon so long ago and do it without question. […] What I worry about is that as long as we continue to cling to ONE (white) MAN’S view of life as he lived it so long ago, we (perhaps unwittingly) promote the notion that other cultural perspectives are less important.
Though the team seemed supportive Friday when the news first broke that Sam had walked out, saying they’d “left the door open” for his return, the Alouettes announced Monday that Sam was now officially on the suspension list.
Her case is now one of several named in a $100 million federal lawsuit (see below) filed against IU Health, HealthNet and the Medicaid health plan, MDwise. It alleges that the medical organizations put “poor, pregnant women and their newborn babies at risk with a fraud scheme designed to increase revenues.”
A U.S. Border Patrol agent who killed an unarmed 15-year-old Mexican boy by shooting him in the face after a rock-throwing incident on a border bridge to El Paso in 2010 was recently cleared of wrongdoing by the agency’s internal affairs office.
An opinion piece written by a student at the University of California-Berkeley explaining her decision to leave Islam has been pulled from the school newspaper’s website over fears for the author’s safety.