Stories about Police
How many phone calls did you receive today? Of those, how many were scam calls? So far, today I’ve received eight. This is nothing new, but the tricks that scammers use are changing, and we need to be up on all of their tactics to steal our identities and money.
The transportation link in the industrial hemp supply chain is more complex than shipping corn or soybeans.
An animal rights activist whose investigations and pranks have made him a leading foe of the livestock industry has been charged with trespassing at a pig facility, in the first case brought under Iowa’s latest law aimed at protecting farming operations from intruders.
A central Indiana man died April 10 from injuries he suffered when he was thrown from his off-road vehicle, conservation officers said.
A second former officer at a northwest Iowa agriculture cooperative has been sentenced to federal prison for a grain-blending fraud scheme.
Pandemic lockdowns and stay-at-home orders kept many drivers off U.S. roads and highways last year. But those who did venture out found open lanes that only invited reckless driving, leading to a sharp increase in traffic-crash deaths across the country.
The husband and nephew of cookbook author Ree Drummond, also known as “The Pioneer Woman,” were involved in a head-on collision that left the nephew in critical condition, authorities said.
Police fatally shot a central Indiana man after he allegedly fled from officers and fired at them, leading to an hours-long standoff that ended when he was shot as he picked up a rifle.
Chicago police Superintendent David Brown on March 10 said 44% of the more than 300 people arrested on motor vehicle-related charges, including carjackings, have been juveniles.
Customs authorities in Ohio say they intercepted a shipment of cereal with a special frosting — cocaine.