Former Harrison police chief Anthony Marraccini should do time: Prosecutor
Anthony Marraccini will be sentenced Thursday. His lawyers have asked for leniency as have his supporters. But prosecutors say differently.
Joseph Yasinski out as Harrison police chief, the third top cop in three years to exit
Since 2016, the town has seen three police chiefs come and go.
Don’t blame him. Blame his brain. How a killer is using neuroscience to seek leniency.
More criminal defendants are turning to brain science to argue that they shouldn't face harsh punishment.
Montreal man whose tip set off U.S. college bribery scandal may have been seeking leniency on...
Morrie Tobin’s tip led authorities to William ‘Rick’ Singer, the mastermind behind the scheme, and it has since led to the arrests of 50 wealthy execs and celebrities
First Time Job Seekers Guide
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Burton's Pond developer seeks 100 townhouses
After getting approval for 265 single-family homes, developer Burton's Pond LLC has filed a condi
What was Rashmi Thackeray's nephew doing in Chief Minister's
What was Rashmi Thackeray's nephew doing in Chief Minister's meeting on tourism? - news @MIUI|
Splendid Pacific Heights mansion seeks $10.75 million
The exterior of a PacHeights mansion on the market for $10.75 million is classic and simple. The interior of 1994 Jackson St. explodes with exuberance.
Fire marshal seeks tip in Holland arson investigation
State Fire Marshal seeks tips in arson set at Holland home
Feds Seek Ways to Combat Overpopulation of Wild Horses
The National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board and the Bureau of Land Management met Wednesday to discuss some of the challenges currently facing public land management, most notably the issue of horse and burro overpopulation.
Editorial: NJ should seek compromise on congestion pricing
The Murphy administration needs to be engaged in the hard, knuckle-to-knuckle negotiations with New York on the issue before it's too late.
Africa: Ghana Drops VAT On Domestic Flights As 10 Investors Seek License
The Ghana Ministry of Aviation has received proposals from 10 foreign and local investors to operate in the country’s domestic airline industry. The country’s Minister of Aviation, Ms Cecilia Abena Dapaah, made this known at the opening of this year’s International Air Transport Association (IATA) Day in Accra, according to an online publication, graphic.com.gh. It
Why did chief get to keep his gun, badge? (editorial)
Two local cases show why more #transPArency is needed with police.
Sheriff seeks tips to track down suspected bank robber
According to the Wyandot County sheriff's office, the man shown in the photo on 13abc.com walked into First Federal Bank in Harpster, Ohio around 12:30pm on Monday. Authorities say the suspect handed the teller a note and got away with an unknown amount of cash.
Police Seek Man in Rape of Brooklyn 10-Year-Old
Police are asking for the public's help in finding the man they say raped a 10-year-old girl inside a Brooklyn home back in October.
Nashua's chief assessor position eliminated after critical audit report
The city’s chief assessor position has been eliminated after an internal audit found significant problems within the city’s assessing department.
UN Rights Chief: Relatives of Ex-IS Fighters Should Go Home
Thousands of relatives of former foreign fighters in the Islamic State group should be repatriated, the U.N. human rights chief said Monday, insisting children in particular have suffered "grievous violations" of their rights — a challenge to European and other countries that have been reticent about taking back jihadis and their kin.
Chicago Mayor Fires Police Chief Weeks Before Retirement
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson was fired Monday morning, just weeks after announcing his retirement at the end of the year, over what the mayor called lies about falling asleep in his car.
Orangetown Chief Kevin Nulty, born to be a cop, retires after 43 years; his top cases
Orangetown Police Chief Kevin Nulty shares his memories. His grandfather and father served on the NYPD.
Fire Chief: We were not aware what was going on in Ghost Ship
Despite a stream of complaints from neighbors, a previous fire in a vacant lot next door, an inspection of an adjacent auto repair shop — and a fire station just blocks away — Oakland’s fire chief conceded Tuesday that her department was not “aware what was going on” in the Ghost Ship artist collective until 36 people died in a fire there. Fire Chief Teresa Deloach Reed said she had “no record of complaints being referred to the Fire Department” about the Fruitvale…