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False Accusations by “Elite” Phoenix Arson Investigators? Missed Origin, Dog Fails, Lies to Suspect

Pat Andler, Fire Investigator, Andler & Associates, says the point of origin was in an electrical short in the attic, not from multiple origins with accelerant. A report from Byron Pitts, ABC News Nightline, shows two residents who were falsely accused by Phoenix Fire Department investigators: Barbara Ann Sloan (accused of Arson in 2009) and […]

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Northwest Suburban Police Chiefs: Happy Anniversary, Secrecy Is Repugnant

Yesterday, Tuesday June 5, 2014, was the anniversary of the day that police departments in the northwest suburbs turned on their secret switch. Police radios were activated with military grade encrypted radios designed to make it impossible for ordinary citizens and the media to monitor police radio communications and to understand the state of their […]

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National Park Service Announces Initiative to Begin Marking Places of Significance for LGBT Americans

The U.S. National Park Service will begin marking sites of significance to the history of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender movement, the U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced at the Stonewall Inn in Manhattan. U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced Friday May 30, 2014 — at a press conference outside The Stonewall […]

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Adopt a Pothole: Indianapolis Man, Kurt Flock, Protests Potholes by Using Using it for Planting

VIDEO: Kurt Flock plants an evergreen or plant in a pothole in broad daylight. Indianapolis has a serious pothole problem. Cars are being damaged. The public is at risk. The City’s effort to repair winter ravaged roads and fill potholes is lame and woefully underfunded, so citizens are taking matters into their own hands through […]

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Posturing for 2016? Biden Blames Clinton White House for Decline of the Middle Class

John King, Molly Ball and Jonathan Martin on Biden’s speech where he said U.S. economic problems didn’t start with Bush. At a closed meeting, three sources told CNN that Vice President Joe Biden said that the fraying of middle-class economic security did not begin during President George W. Bush’s terms, but earlier, in the later […]

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Arlington Heights Police and Fire Union Contracts Approved with Salary Increases, Higher Insurance Contributions

The Village of Arlington Heights approved new three-year contracts with firefighter and police officer unions on Monday night. Members of both unions will received salary raises. Members of both the Metropolitan Alliance of Police, Arlington Heights Police Chapter No. 510, and the Arlington Heights Firefighters Association, Local No. 3105 had already ratified the new contracts […]

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Illinois Officials Appeal DuPage County and Naperville Decision to Allow Police to “Double Dip” with Salary and Pension

The Chicago Tribune reported on Friday, April 11, 2014 that State of Illinois officials are fighting to suspend police pension collection by Naperville Police Chief Bob Marshall while he works and collects salary as Naperville Police Chief. Police Chief Marshall spent 28 years with the Naperville Police Department before retiring in 2005. Then he became […]

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Harry Reid: “Cliven Bundy and Supporters Are Domestic Terrorists” But Do Most Agree?

John King, Molly Ball and Peter Hamby discuss comments by Sen. Reid about rancher Cliven Bundy’s supporters. There’s controversy this week about what Senator Harry Reid knows about domestic terrorism. Senator Reid claimed yesterday that rancher Cliven Bundy’s supporters had sniper rifles, and assault weapons; but reports, supported by video documentation, claimed that agents in […]

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BLM Releases Cattle After Confrontation with Ranchers, Supporters of Cliven Bundy Escalates

A cattle rancher is facing off against the government, refusing to pay for grazing his animals on federally owned land. Federal land managers in the Bureau of Land Management say “escalating tensions” led them to release all 400 or so head of cattle rounded up on public land in southern Nevada from rancher Cliven Bundy […]

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Arlington Heights Village Manager Bill Dixon Announces Retirement Wednesday Morning

Bill Dixon retirement announcment, Wednesday, April 7, 2014 at the Village Manager’s Office, Arlington Heights Village Hall. Arlington Heights Village Manager Bill Dixon announced Wednesday that he will retire from the Village of Arlington Heights in late June of this year. Dixon, 67, started as Village Manager in January of 1993 after serving as City […]

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Ken Koeppen Appointment to Fire Chief; Steven Hudgens Promotion to Police Sergeant

Mayor Tom Hayes, left and Arlington Heights Police Department Sergeant Steven Hudgens. Police Officer Steven Hudgens was promoted to Police Sergeant, Arlington Heights Police Department at Monday’s Village Board Meeting. Deputy Fire Chief Ken Koeppen was appointed to Fire Chief, Arlington Heights Fire Department at Monday’s Village Board Meeting. Mayor Tom Hayes, left and Arlington […]

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Politics: What’s Hot? What’s Funny? Stinkburger, and SCOTUS Rules Money Is Free Speech

John King, Julie Pace & Ron Fournier on Chris Christie’s RGA fundraising and his recent fall in a new Quinnipiac poll. Chris Christie has fallen from number one in January to ninth in March. Ubetchavlad. John King showcases Sarah Palin’s phone call with “Vladimir Putin.” John King, Julie Pace and Ron Fournier discuss Obama’s thoughts […]

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