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Suicidal Behavior (INACTIVE)

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  • Suicidal Jumper Causes Standoff, Halts I-10 Traffic, Fires Shot

    Suicidal Jumper Causes Standoff, Halts I-10 Traffic, Fires Shot
    A suicidal, bridge-jumping gunman was at the center of an interstate standoff with Louisiana State Police between Kenner and LaPlace, a scene that caused closures, backups and tense moments Sunday night. Troopers say Vincent Hollins, 37, plunged into the...
  • In Theory: How can we lower the rate of military suicides?

    Although the U.S. military's presence in Afghanistan is winding down, with combat troops scheduled to be withdrawn by the end of 2014, suicides in the U.S. military have risen sharply this year. In the first 155 days of 2012, 154 service members have...
  • Drew Ferraro's family files $2-million claim

    The family of a student who committed suicide at Crescenta Valley High School earlier this year has filed a $2-million claim against Glendale Unified, alleging that school officials failed to protect him from “constant bullying.” Drew...
  • IU School of Medicine scientist awarded $3 million grant

    IU School of Medicine scientist awarded $3 million grant
    The U.S. Army is giving a $3 million research grant to an Indiana University School of Medicine scientist to develop a nasal spray antidote for suicidal thoughts among soldiers.  Dr. Michael J. Kubek, Ph.D., who was awarded this grant, has been doing...
  • Burbank psych unit fills in a gap

    A woman enters unlocked homes, looking in mirrors combing what she thinks are silk worms coming from her head. A man is holed up in a room full of guns as he fights voices in his head that are telling him to kill himself. Prior to the establishment of a...
  • 12 jurors selected in Vaughn family murder trial

    12 jurors selected in Vaughn family murder trial
    In just one day, attorneys agreed on 12 jurors for the trial of a man accused in the 2007 murders of his wife and their three children. Eight men and four women make up the jury for the trial of 37-year-old Christopher Vaughn, of Oswego. Six alternates...
  • Glendale Unified rejects $2M claim filed by parents of student who committed suicide on campus

    Glendale Unified rejects $2M claim filed by parents of student who committed suicide on campus
    The Glendale Unified school board on Tuesday rejected a $2-million claim filed against the district by the parents of Drew Ferraro, who jumped to his death at Crescenta Valley High School in February. John and Deana Ferraro are seeking $1 million for the...
  • Possibly Suicidal Man Arrested After 60 Freeway Pursuit

    Possibly Suicidal Man Arrested After 60 Freeway Pursuit
    DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (KTLA) -- California Highway Patrol officers arrested a possibly suicidal man Friday night after he led them on a pursuit on the 60 Freeway. Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies tried to pull the driver over shortly before 9:30 p.m....
  • IU professor receives grant to see if nasal spray could help prevent military suicides

    IU professor receives grant to see if nasal spray could help prevent military suicides
    Could the solution to increasing suicide and depression rates among members of the U.S. military lie in a nasal spray? The Armyhopes so. In the midst of a crisis that saw its highest rate of suicide in July, the Army has greenlighted a grant for Dr....
  • Roanoke County Police find possible meth lab

    Roanoke County Police find possible meth lab
    The Roanoke Police Department believes they found a methamphetamine lab on the 6100 block of Bent Mountain Road early Wednesday morning. Investigators say they responded to the 6100 block of Bent Mountain to check on a man who had made suicidal threats....
  • Teen dating violence leaves scars, experts say

    Teen dating violence leaves scars, experts say
    Sheela Raja remembers treating a victim of teen dating violence who at first felt too ashamed to talk about the experience. Instead, the victim buried the trauma in alcohol until she finally opened up during therapy. Raja, a licensed clinical...
  • Local teen beats suicidal thoughts with controversial treatment

    Local teen beats suicidal thoughts with controversial treatment
    It's a nation-wide problem affecting local families.  A shortage of psychiatrists means adults, teens and kids who desperately need help aren't getting it.  The reason for the shortage?  Med students are choosing other specialties.  Our Fact Finder team...