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Mom arrested after second baby dies while co-sleeping

Mom arrested after second baby dies while co-sleeping

Polk Sheriff Grady Judd announced her arrest and the results of the investigation at a news conference Wednesday. "The first one is a awful, tragic event in life". The mother's arrest comes after Polk County Sheriff's Office found Piche-Pitts' newborn baby 'unresponsive' after sleeping beside him in the same bed.


Police officer teaches speeding student a lesson

Police officer teaches speeding student a lesson

The student said he went to his friend's house because he does not know how to tie ties but his friend does and he needed to wear a tie to a presentation. He was also issued a verbal warning for speeding, rather than a fine. Even after the class, the Menomonie police chief invited Keeney to stop by the station to properly teach him how to get the knot.


New Orleans to Pay $13.3 Million to Settle 2005 Police Killings

New Orleans to Pay $13.3 Million to Settle 2005 Police Killings

Brissette and 40-year-old Ronald Madison, a mentally disabled man, died in the September 4, 2005, bridge shootings. "I am so deeply touched to receive a personal apology from Mayor Mitch Landrieu", said Sherrell Johnson, mother of murder victim James Brisette.



Nile Rodgers felt he'd been 'struck by lightning twice' when Prince died

In 2014, Rodgers earned Grammys for Record of the Year and Album of the Year for his work on Daft Punk's critically acclaimed "Random Access Memories". No one gives a shit about 39 or 37 or 38. "But I'd be more proud if it was the only band to go Number One on the Billboard charts three times with the same song".


Man charged for breach of 756K in LA County, whereabouts unknown

Man charged for breach of 756K in LA County, whereabouts unknown

The phishing incident occurred May 13, 2016, when 108 County employees were tricked into providing their usernames and passwords through an email created to look legitimate. In February, officials disclosed that the Department of Health Services had been targeted in a smaller-scale "ransomware" attack, a type of malware that cuts off users' access to files or threatens to destroy them unless a ransom is paid.