Florida officers brought corsages and their best dance moves to give special needs students an unforgettable prom night.
A photo posted on the page of a police cruiser Saturday with "Po Po" on the side and a related message have gone viral with thousands of shares and likes.
A group of 13 heroic Michigan truckers stopped their vehicles in the middle of I-696 to create both a wall and a makeshift platform.
An elderly man couldn't get a ride to the hospital after his wife's medical emergency, prompting police to step up in the sweetest way.
Massachusetts police officer Sean Gannon was killed in a shooting. His partner, K-9 Nero, was also shot and is recovering from surgery.
Christopher Combs, 23, used his father's patrol vehicle to harrass ex-girlfriend.
According to a police report, the young girl responsible for the event had used her parents' credit card to rent a house without their permission. But they'll still have to find a way to pay the $20,000 in damage.
"He basically said get that little 'blank' up off the floor. The N word started to get thrown around," a witness who asked to remain anonymous told KCTV.
Stressful working conditions caused heart damage and added deadly amounts of weight to ex-officer Jose Vega. His fight for disability underscores the intrinsically unhealthy conditions of being a cop.
A 52-year-old woman fabricated the alleged attack, and her horrific injuries were self-inflicted, Staten Island police said.
“The reforms balance the operational needs of the police department with the religious beliefs and needs of officers,” said an NYC Law Department spokesman.
To the officer's surprise, the teen didn't look like her driver's license photo — she looked just like Shrek. But it didn't save her from getting ticketed.
A teen was able to attend his high school homecoming dance looking fresh, thanks to a police officer who helped style him for the evening.
In response to hot cops of Gainesville, other police departments, including that of Knoxville, Tenn., are showing off their attractive officers on Facebook.
On Sunday, the Gainesville, Fla., Police Department posted a photo on Facebook of three policemen on Hurricane Irma duty. The post was subsequently inundated with 170,000 reactions, 118,000 shares, and 74,000 comments on the men’s appearance.
A rash of alerts about missing teens in D.C. area is causing a stir locally and on social media. While the alerts may be misleading in severity, there is still a national issue to address about missing teens. In recent days, discussions across social media regarding what appears to be an alarming number of missing black and Latin teens across Washington, D.C., has become a rallying point.
A New York Police Department captain is in the hot seat after making a public statement regarding the issue of date rape. Essentially, the officer downplayed a series of recent sexual assaults. The department and Mayor Bill de Blasio are distancing themselves from the chatter.
It turns out that the woman was actually a life-size mannequin, complete with an oxygen-tank mask. A mannequin found inside a car was mistaken for an elderly woman. The realistic mannequin sported skin blemishes and the modest dress of an older person, so it made sense for the citizen to make the call.
Such was the lesson learned by teenager Aniya Wolf when she attended her prom last week at Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Penn. Since she was a little kid, Wolf has preferred to dress in a more typically masculine way, favoring pants and sneakers over skirts and heels. “I’ve just always been like this, ever since I was little,” she told her local ABC news affiliate. As Wolf’s mother, Carolyn, explains, they sent out a last-minute email in an attempt to dissuade her daughter from wearing a suit, explaining that only male students were permitted to wear suits to prom, and female students were required to wear dresses. “I told them that I had read the dress code that was given to the students and I didn’t think that it precluded her from wearing a suit,” said Wolf’s mother.
A woman who woke from an eight-month coma has accused her boyfriend, who was hailed a hero for staying by her bedside, of being the one who put her in the hospital. While she was unconscious, Lin Yingying, 22, was unaware that her boyfriend, Liu Fenghe, 25, had been praised in the Chinese media for his devotion.