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Boss Gifts College Student With A Car After Walking 20 Miles On First Day

"Everything he did that day is exactly who we are - heart and grit. So far, he's batting 1,000."

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‘Junior’s Law’ Aims To Turn Local Stores Into Sanctuaries For Kids In Crisis

One month after Junior Guzman-Feliz's murder, New York lawmakers hope to provide local stores with first aid kits for endangered minors.

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A Florida Police Chief Allegedly Told Cops To Arrest “Anybody Black” To Increase Crime Stats

If found guilty of the federal charges Raimundo Atesiano faces 11 years in prison.

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Georgia Family Accused Of Stabbing, Robbing Applebee’s Waitress

The victim was attacked after accidentally brushing up against a customer's leg.

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Shanara Mobley Says She’s No Longer On Speaking Terms With Daughter Kamiyah

Mobley marked the 20-year anniversary of her daughter's kidnapping in an emotional new interview.

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Emmett Till Murder Case Reopened 63 Years Later

The federal government quietly reopened the investigation "based upon the discovery of new information.”

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Students In California Can Be Placed On Probation For Poor Behavior

Four students in Riverside County have filed a class action lawsuit against it.

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A Woman Called The Cops On A 12-Year-Old Black Boy Over His Paper Route

"First day of paper route and we are pulled over by the police."

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Death Row Inmate Pulls Out All The Stops For His Last Meal

Keith Tharpe wants everything from a roast beef sandwich to a vanilla milkshake. Why not go all out?

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Florida Cop Accuses Burger King Of Placing Dirt In His Food When It Was Just Pepper

The cop's last name is McCormick. The joke basically writes itself.

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Miami-Dade Police Forced To Return Nearly $20K To Stripper After An Illegal Search

The department promoted the work of fellow officers on a local news station only to have to later dismiss the case.

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Gang Members Accused Of Killing Bronx Teen Receiving Death Threats In Prison

"They got around-the-clock security at their door,’’ a source added. “You can’t get near them.”

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South Carolina Police Want Angie Thomas’ ‘The Hate U Give’ Removed From High School Reading List

A South Carolina police union has challenged Angie Thomas' award-winning novel claiming it promotes the "distrust" of law enforcement.
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