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Texas DPS Releases Gang Threat Assessment For 2015

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DALLAS (CBSDFW) – The Texas Department of Public Safety released the 2015 Texas Gang Threat Assessment, which was designed to provide an overview of gang activity in the state of Texas. 275 more words

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Officials Stepping Up DWI Enforcement Through Labor Day

MAPLEWOOD, Minn. (WCCO) — More troopers wills be out on Minnesota roadways as the end of summer approaches, cracking down on drinking and driving.

In the last five years, 479 people have lost their lives in drunk driving-related traffic crashes on Minnesota roads, the Department of Public Safety says. 131 more words

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Arizona Prison Bus Crash Injures Three

At least three people, the bus driver and two inmates, have been seriously injured, following a collision between a prison bus, and an overturned semi-truck, in the state of Arizona. 192 more words

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Good Questions: The Vice President, Tornado Sirens & Seeing In The Dark

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Every Friday, Heather Brown answers some burning questions from WCCO viewers. This week, she talks about seeing in the dark, the Vice President and tornado sirens. 509 more words

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Anti-speeding campaign slaps over 16,000 Minnesota drivers with tickets

The results from Minnesota’s July speeding crackdown are in – and while fewer citations were issued this year than in 2014, the numbers show there are still plenty of lead feet out there. 291 more words

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Another motorcycle fatality, others injured in slew of weekend motorcycle accidents

One motorcyclist was killed this weekend and a couple others seriously injured, in several separate crashes.

A Foxboro man was killed early Sunday when his motorcycle hit a cow near Superior, Wisconsin. 484 more words

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New DPS Aircraft Named in Honor of Fallen Trooper

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AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) –  The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) commissioned its newest airplane, a Cessna 208 Caravan Friday, in honor of one of their own. 315 more words

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