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  • Driver is wounded in 13th shooting at motorists in Kansas City area

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Someone shot a driver in the leg on Interstate 435 near Interstate 470 Sunday night in Kansas City the 13th such shooting at a motorist in the area within a month. Concerned that the apparently random shootings will continue, Kansas City...
  • Eric Holder on ATF storefronts: 'Ridiculous, absurd, crazy'

    MILWAUKEE U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said ATF storefront operations that used mentally disabled people to promote the operations and then arrested them were ridiculous, absurd and crazy and vowed that there will be accountability. "The notion that...
  • Police looking at 20 reports that could be connected in highway shootings

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Kansas City police are looking at about 20 shootings that could be part of a pattern of recent highway and roadway shootings. Investigators have considered other shooting reports and already ruled them out, but detectives continue to...
  • Fire damages South Side church

    Fire damages South Side church
    A fire ravaged a Glory to Glory Family Christian Center building late Thursday night, according to authorities. The building damaged was used by the church as a food pantry on the weekends. "It's used once every Saturday to give about 100-something...
  • Make that Cosmopolitan gluten-free, with gluten-free vodkas

    Make that Cosmopolitan gluten-free, with gluten-free vodkas
    With an estimated one in three people trying to cut gluten from their diets, awareness of products that can contain it has risen. And efforts to make products without it have too. Two vodka makers recently announced their gluten-free spirits. Now that...
  • House panel to hold hearings on ATF storefront operations in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE A powerful congressional oversight committee will hold a hearing next week on problems in the ATF's undercover storefront operations in Milwaukee and across the country, as scrutiny of into agency tactics intensifies. The full U.S. House...
  • Ibragim Todashev investigation: Still-anonymous FBI agent never questioned about killing

    Ibragim Todashev investigation: Still-anonymous FBI agent never questioned about killing
    A report on the FBI shooting of Ibragim Todashev answered a number of questions, but one mystery remains: the identity of the special agent who shot Todashev seven times. The anonymity is consistent with the agency's practice of not revealing the names...
  • Owner Of East Windsor Gun Store Sentenced For Violating Federal Firearms Laws

    BRIDGEPORT — The owner of an East Windsor gun store who violated federal firearms laws was sentenced three years of probation and 100 hours of community service on Thursday, according to the U.S. Attorney's office. David Laguercia, 57, of Broad...
  • MBI: Drug and firearms ring operated out of local restaurant

    MBI: Drug and firearms ring operated out of local restaurant
    A crime ring that smuggled cocaine into Central Florida, sent stolen weapons to Puerto Rico, and sold drugs and guns out of an Orlando restaurant has been dismantled, the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation said Wednesday. At least 24 people are facing...
  • Chicago aldermen push mandatory paid sick days

    Chicago aldermen push mandatory paid sick days
    All private employers in Chicago would be required to provide paid sick days to their workers under a new proposal backed by a majority of the city’s 50 aldermen. If the proposal sponsored by Aldermen Proco “Joe” Moreno, 1st and Toni...
  • For the record

    Oregon and gay marriage: In the March 2 Section A, an article about the debate over same-sex marriage in Oregon gave Portland Archbishop Alexander K. Sample's first name as Andrew. Anthony Bay profile: In the March 2 Business section, a How I Made It...
  • Police seek suspects in January fire bombing in San Bernardino

    Police seek suspects in January fire bombing in San Bernardino
    Law enforcement authorities Tuesday were seeking the public's help in identifying suspects in connection with the fire bombing of a San Bernardino retail store. A Molotov cocktail was tossed into Omar's Wireless on Jan. 23, sparking a blaze that...