A group of Milwaukee cops picked up a damaged flag and folded it ceremoniously after it had been burned by a protester.
A linebacker for the Oakland Raiders is being investigated for taunting a police dog at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, police say.
Videos showing Tuscaloosa Police violently arresting University of Alabama students at an apartment over a noise complaint has gone viral. Watch them here.
A viral video showing Austin, Texas police violently beating jaywalkers early Friday has the Austin Police Department reviewing the case surrounding the arrests.
Louisiana police officers Norris Greenhouse Jr. and Lt. Derrick Stafford have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis.
A star football player at an Alabama high school has been accused of raping an unconscious 16-year-old girl at a party.
Jeremy Mardis, a 6-year-old autistic Louisiana boy, was fatally shot when police fired into his father’s car during a chase. His dad, Chris Few, was also shot.
A “hero” cop known as G.I. Joe made his suicide look like a murder to cover up a secret life of sex addiction and corruption, police say.
Jarrett Jerome Moore is wanted by police after a shooting during homecoming at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina left one dead and one wounded.
Taylor Guerrero and Courtney Wilson, a lesbian couple, claim Honolulu police Officer Bobby Harrison arrested them because they were kissing in a grocery store.
Dramatic video captured by surveillance cameras shows the May 2015 shootout involving police and biker gangs in Waco, Texas, at the Twin Peaks Restaurant.
Police say multiple people were shot at Washington Square Mall in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The footage of the shooting of Zachary Hammond was released by the Seneca Police Department of South Carolina today. Hammond was shot twice by Lieutenant Mark Tiller.
Niya Kenny, an 18-year-old student at Spring Valley High School, was arrested after standing up for a classmate who was taken down by Deputy Ben Fields.
Richland County, South Carolina, Deputy Ben Fields has been sued twice in federal court alleging civil rights violations. Read about those lawsuits here.