Sir Paul McCartney suggested to his Beatles bandmates that they should cause a commotion by trespassing and playing a farewell gig at the Houses of Parliament.
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METAIRIE, La. - More than seven months after he was arrested in Cleveland, New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore is finally out of legal limbo.
Instead of mailing multiple violation notices, the city will issue violators a citation upon inspection, which will include directions on how to comply to avoid or lessen prosecution.
(The Center Square) – Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Friday filed a lawsuit against the city of Moscow Mills for violating state laws prohibiting quotas for traffic tickets.
Federal prosecutors say the sentence will deter other officers from "abusing citizens" and punish Dustin Boone for his behavior.
Not for the squeamish, this British thriller streaming on AMC+ features an unstable detective targeted by a nightmarishly inventive serial killer.
(The Center Square) – Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich thinks the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office got the better end of the deal in spending $12,000 for two days of billboard advertising in Times Square in New York City to recruit deputies.
METAIRIE, La. - New Orleans Saints receiver Deonte Harris was sentenced to one year of supervised probation without a conviction after pleading not guilty Monday to a charge of driving under the influence stemming from a July traffic stop near his hometown of Baltimore.
(The Center Square) – COVID-19 vaccine mandates have sparked nationwide controversy and led to firings and resignations around the country. Police officers have been hit hard by the requirements, and their exodus may leave many cities understaffed even on the heels of a spike in violent crime.