• Two Officers Dead After Two-County Crime Spree in Northern California

    Two Officers Dead After Two-County Crime Spree in Northern California

    (SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — Two officers are dead after a two-county crime spree in Northern California, during which three officers and a bystander were shot. Authorities say 47-year-old Deputy Danny Oliver of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department was shot in the head after he approached a suspicious vehicle in a motel parking lot. After carjacking a vehicle, two suspects– a man and woman– headed north, where two Placer County Sheriff’s deputies were shot. One of the Placer County officers died and the other was injured. The female suspect was captured, and later, says Placer County Sheriff spokesperson Dena Irwin, the male… Read more

  • Homecoming Prince Identified as High School Shooting Suspect

    Homecoming Prince Identified as High School Shooting Suspect

    (MARYSVILLE, Wash.) –  A high school student in Washington state opened fire in a cafeteria at lunchtime, leaving one person dead and at least four injured before killing himself with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. Eyewitnesses and law enforcement sources identified the shooter as Jaylen Fryberg, a freshman at Marysville Pilchuck High School. Marysville police administrative commander Robb Lamoureaux earlier declined to identify the suspect, but said he was a male student at the school. A video on YouTube showed Fryberg as his school’s homecoming prince. Lamoureaux said the deceased victim was a female, but he did not say… Read more

  • What We Know About the Washington State High School Shooting Suspect

    What We Know About the Washington State High School Shooting Suspect

    (MARYSVILLE, Wash.) — The shooter who opened fire at a Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Washington State Friday was identified to ABC News by eyewitnesses and authorities as Jaylen Fryberg. Fryberg, who was a student at the school, died as a result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. One girl died and four others were injured in the gunfire. Rachel Pomeroy, a junior, said she knew the shooter and last spoke with him on Thursday. “He was fine the day before. He was being sassy, as always, and good,” she said. While Fryberg’s motive isn’t immediately known, Pomeroy said he… Read more

  • Ax Attack Against New York City Cops Was Inspired by Terrorists, Police Say

    Ax Attack Against New York City Cops Was Inspired by Terrorists, Police Say

    (NEW YORK) — A man who attacked New York City police officers with an ax had converted to Islam in recent years and the assault appears to have been a lone wolf terror attack, police said Friday. One officer who was struck in the head with the ax by Zale Thompson on Thursday is in critical but stable condition, Police Commissioner William Bratton said. A second officer was also injured. Thompson was shot and killed by two other officers as Thompson charged them with the ax, Bratton said. The commissioner said that Thompson had converted to Islam two years ago…. Read more

  • Shooting Reported at High School in Washington State

    Shooting Reported at High School in Washington State

    (MARYSVILLE, Wash.) — Authorities are responding to reports of shots fired Friday morning at Marysville Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Washington. KOMO reports that three people were injured and two were airlifted to hospitals. The high school is being evacuated. The school reportedly has about 2,700 students. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio © ABC News Radio Powered by WPeMatico

  • Ebola-Free Nurse Nina Pham Visits President Obama

    Ebola-Free Nurse Nina Pham Visits President Obama

    (BETHESDA, Md.) — Before returning to her “normal life” in Texas, newly Ebola-free Dallas nurse Nina Pham got a hug from President Obama in the Oval Office. Hours earlier, Pham had walked out of the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, where she has been in isolation since Oct. 16, to a round of applause. She thanked everyone who cared for her since her Oct. 11 Ebola diagnosis, and said she would finally go home to her dog, Bentley. “I feel fortunate and blessed to be standing here today,” she told reporters, adding that she hopes to return to her… Read more

  • Donations Pour in to Buy Eric Frein Lookalike a Car

    Donations Pour in to Buy Eric Frein Lookalike a Car

    (CANADENSIS, Pa.) — Thousands of dollars have been raised for a Pennsylvania man who said he’s continually accosted by cops as he walks to work through the woods where police are searching for suspected cop killer Eric Frein. Supporters who heard about James Tully’s plight raised nearly $14,000 online to buy him a car. Tully said he walks five miles from his home in Canadensis to his job at a metal manufacturing factory, and his path crosses right through the manhunt area in the Pocono Mountains. He told ABC News affiliate WNEP that he’s been stopped by police at least… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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