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Windows of businesses and on the historic pergola were broken, as some in the crowd threw bottles at police.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The federally mandated police reform process looms large as interim chief Harry Bailey makes staffing and structural changes.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
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Female serial killer suspected in Pa. crime
Pennsylvania teen Miranda Barbour, a possible serial killer, is to be charged for multiple slayings.
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Rome-bound plane hijacked by co-pilot
The co-pilot of the Ethiopian Airlines flight locked the pilot out of the cockpit and hijacked the plane to Geneva, where he wanted asylum.
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