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Capt. Ryan Elizabeth Alvis said in a statement that the CH-53E helicopter came down hard during a training exercise around 9 p.m. Wednesday.









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The Miami-Dade Police Union has called for a boycott of Arby's until employees of one location where an officer was refused service are fired.









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James Richard McCutchen attempted a dramatic escape from custody in Gallatin, Tennessee, police said.









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The county official in rural Kentucky who has become the focal point for resistance to the U.S. Supreme Court's gay marriage decision appears this morning before a federal judge to explain why she should not be held in contempt of court.









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Slain Fox Lake Police Lieutenant Charles Joseph Gliniewicz was honored at a vigil in Fox Lake, Illinois on Wednesday.









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Kim Davis was divorced three times before a religious awakening that cemented her obedience to scripture — and her defiance of the Supreme Court.









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A sighting of suspicious men in a corn field near the hunt for cop killers was made up and the woman who invented it has been charged, police said.









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Zachary Jacobson has been arrested in Fountain Hills, Arizona, after allegedly stabbing a police car with an eight-inch butcher's knife.









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As the online marketplace celebrates its 20th anniversary, a look back at the unlikely item that helped launch the brand.









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Gunman followed victim to his apartment in Fresno, California. Shot fired during scuffle but bullet struck iPhone and victim avoided serious injury.









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Instead of carrying out the plan, the would-be hitman — the woman's ex-son-in-law — turned her in to the cops.









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A Millis, Massachusetts, police cruiser was fired on, then crashed and caught fire near Boston.









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Investigators in Illinois have found a deer camera in a wooded area near where a police officer was fatally shot on Tuesday, and are hoping that gives them clues as to the officer's killers, authorities said Wednesday.









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Pelagic red crabs are normally found in Mexico but during warmer periods like El Niño they head north. This group was spotted near California.









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A man who fired shots at a Millis, Massachusetts, police cruiser is still at large.









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A Colorado student alerted police after receiving a photo about a possible school shooting plan from a student in Arizona.









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President Obama delivered a speech to a cheering crowd in Kotzebue, Alaska, on healthcare and the environment.









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Chief George Filenko says authorities are gathering video that may help in the search for the suspects who killed Lt. Joe Gliniewicz.









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Mourners gathered for a candlelight vigil in Fox Lake, Illinois, in honor of Officer Joseph Gliniewicz who was killed after chasing three suspects.









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At least 27 patient deaths have been associated with the Recovery blood-clot filter over the course of a decade, an NBC News investigation found.









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