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1 dead, 2 in critical condition after shooting in Southeast Bexar County, BCSO says

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One woman is dead and two men are in critical condition following a shooting in Southeast Bexar County late Tuesday night, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said.

1 dead, 2 in critical condition after shooting in Southeast Bexar County, BCSO says

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One woman is dead and two men are in critical condition following a shooting in Southeast Bexar County late Tuesday night, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said.

SAPD investigating fire hydrant mischief on North Side

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San Antonio police are working to find the individuals who stole caps off fire hydrants and caused flooding to area streets early Wednesday morning.

Garden Ridge police hope video will help them catch store clerk’s killer one year after crime

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Garden Ridge has released a video of a deadly robbery in hopes of catching the killer of a convenience store clerk.

America’s Data ‘Still at Risk’ From Cyber Saboteurs: Senate

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A Senate report Tuesday lambasting the continued “failure” to shore up U.S. vulnerabilities to cyberattacks lends added weight to President Joe Biden’s recent warning that the shadow conflict in cyberspace could morph into a shooting war.

Man accused of tying up, robbing couple in motel room

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San Antonio police have made a second arrest in connection with the May 6 robbery of a couple inside their motel room.

Can Biden Resurrect the Justice Department ‘Slush Fund’?

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A practice that allowed corporations to settle financial claims by making substantial “donations” to pre-selected non-profits was ended in 2017. The Biden administration would violate the Constitution if the practice was brought back, warn two conservative legal scholars.

Utah Self-Defense Law Makes It Harder to Charge Problem Cops

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New Utah legislation allows those accused of a crime to ask for an extra court hearing if they believe they acted in self-defense. Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gills acknowledges it will add a “new hurdle” for any prosecutor attempting to charge an officer in fatal shootings.

Domestic Violence Upsurge During COVID Strains Mental Health Resources

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As stresses and challenges from the pandemic pile on, a shortage of licensed mental health professionals in Michigan is complicating efforts to help victims of domestic abuse and other violent crimes. Similar problems are reported elsewhere.

After 15 Years, Does the Adam Walsh Act Need Rethinking?

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Many states find it confusing or expensive to comply with, and studies have found no correlation between failing to register as a sex offender and recidivism, writes a Nebraska registrant.

Rising Immigration and COVID Spread Pull White House Back to Court Over Expulsions

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While the ACLU pushed for an end to the expulsion of migrant families at the border, the Biden administration warns that the policy is necessary in light of the COVID-19 Delta variant.

Report: Hate Crime Laws in Wisconsin, Around US Need Work

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Wisconsin serves as an example of the inconsistencies in hate crime enforcement and prosecution around the country.

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