It began as a gallant gesture. An off-the-clock bartender offered to walk a female patron home. But the night would lead to a punctured lung, two surgeries and medical bills that could go as high as $100,000.
Mike Boone of Trusty's Bar in Washington, D.C.'s East Hill neighborhood was walking a customer home... Read More »
A Maryland man who was a suspect in a Washington, D.C., murder case is pondering his legal options after he was fired from his job because of the homicide investigation.
Doug King of Accokeek says that he was let go from his job as a loan processor earlier this month after a detective investigating the murder... Read More »
A Florida school-bus dispatcher has been suspended with pay after police say she played Bonnie to her husband's Clyde in a bank robbery that took place late last month in central Florida.
Police say that Sharon Reynolds-Bell, who has worked for the Orange County School District for nearly 24 years, was... Read More »
The dangerous job of local and state police officer got more dangerous in 2010, reports Greg Bluestein in the Huffington Post. This year, 160 police officers were killed in the line of duty, compared with 117 last year. That's a 37 percent spike, and many are asking why.
Some contend that with slashed local... Read More »