Beltline resident counter-protesters clash with police along 17th Avenue on Saturday, March 12, 2022. ARYN TOOMBS/FOR LIVEWIRE CALGARY On Saturday, Beltline residents and anti-government anti-warrant protesters engaged in a tense standoff along 17 Avenue SW. Counter-protesters, tired of the regular Saturday marches across the Beltline, enacted a plan to stopRead More →

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Police say they are investigating a report of shots being fired in the 500 block of Winchester Avenue Thursday night. When officers arrived around 7:30 p.m., they found numerous shell casings, the Martinsburg Police Department posted on its Facebook page. No injuries were reported, police said. MartinsburgRead More →

UPDATE, Sunday February 20, 2022 The San Francisco Police Department announced today that the 36-year-old man, a male victim of police, exited his vehicle on San Jose Avenue on Friday evening, “succumbed to his injuries in hospital “. The incident is still under investigation by the SFPD Homicide Detail. NoRead More →

On Jan 13 at 1:57 PM, Officer John Fearon responded to a Washington Avenue home where a 75-year-old resident reported fraud. Officer Fearon learned that the resident had earlier received a phone call from a crying woman posing as her daughter. The ‘girl’ said she needed bail because she wasRead More →

Syracuse, NY – At 9:07 p.m. on Saturday, January 8e the Syracuse Fire Department was called to 418 Merriman Avenue, between Barrett Street and South Geddes Street for a house fire. The Onondaga County 911 center had received calls reporting a fire in an abandoned two-family home, and it wasRead More →

PALO ALTO (CBS SF) – Police in Palo Alto are investigating an armed robbery against a woman on Tuesday afternoon at University Avenue Caltrain station, authorities said. According to a statement released by the Palo Alto Police Department, the two suspects stole the victim’s backpack and other personal belongings, butRead More →

The recent surge in flash mob retail thefts and violent crime has hit North Michigan Avenue and other iconic Chicago destinations, deterring vacation shopping and tourism as the city tries to emerge from nearly two years of stasis. pandemic. From retailers and restaurants to hotels, businesses are stepping up securityRead More →

The recent surge in flash mob retail thefts and violent crime has hit North Michigan Avenue and other iconic Chicago destinations, deterring vacation shopping and tourism as the city tries to emerge from nearly two years of stasis. pandemic. From retailers and restaurants to hotels, businesses are stepping up securityRead More →

The recent surge in flash mob retail thefts and violent crime has hit North Michigan Avenue and other iconic Chicago destinations, deterring vacation shopping and tourism as the city tries to emerge from nearly two years of stasis. pandemic. From retailers and restaurants to hotels, businesses are stepping up securityRead More →