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Why are police funerals good for the profession?

Last month I visited the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington, DC. I stood over the granite wall with the carvings of more than 20,000 names of officers killed for no other reason than reporting for duty. 1,102 more words

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Jury rules in favor of police chief's wife, Kealoha owed $410K in damages

An ugly family feud involving the police chief’s wife took another turn late Thursday afternoon when jurors awarded Katherine Kealoha $410,000 in damages.

Katherine Kealoha’s grandmother, Florence Puana, and uncle, Gerard Puana, filed a lawsuit saying Kealoha took money from a reverse mortgage she had arranged for Florence Puana’s home in Maunalani Heights. 173 more words


Former Oconee County Board of Education Member Stresses UGA Students' Community Influence

Chuck Horton, former member of the Oconee County Board of Education and Board of Commissioners, told University of Georgia journalism students on Monday that university students have a positive economic influence on the community and urged them to fulfill their obligation to support their community. 145 more words


Save Cats: Don't Eat "Little Tigers"

In asian culture there is a strong belief that you are what you eat. For example: if you are sick of the heart you must eat heart of a strong animal and that will heal you. 160 more words


Catherine Crump: The small and surprisingly dangerous detail the police track about you - [TED Talks]

A very unsexy-sounding piece of technology could mean that the police know where you go, with whom, and when: the automatic license plate reader. These cameras are innocuously placed all across small-town…

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An Afghan woman with her children on a cold day in Kabul

An Afghan woman wearing a burqa waits for transportation with her children on a cold day in Kabul.


Civil trial continues over alleged fraud by police chief's wife

The ongoing drama between the wife of Honolulu’s chief of police and her family continued in court Friday.

Katherine Kealoha’s uncle, Gerard Puana, and her 95-year-old grandmother Florence Puana accuse her of fraud and mishandling $220,000 they entrusted to her. 210 more words