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Omicron Coronavirus Variant Reaches California With the appearance of the first U.S. case of the omicron coronavirus variant in San Francisco this week, public health officials are urging people to get booster vaccinations and wear masks indoors.
D.C. expands effort to curb violence as students go to and from school
D.C. officials announced Friday they will expand a program that hires community members to monitor children on theirway to and from school in hopes that it will stop conflict before it potentially becomes violent.
Teenage murders are a stain on our city', says Cressida Dick
The Met Commissioner hit out as she defended her record with London teetering on the brink of equalling the record 29 young lives lost to violent crime in 2008.
Met Commissioner Cressida Dick rejects calls for zero murder target in London
M etropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick has rejected calls to adopt a target of zero murders in London within 10 years.
Cannabis plants worth 1m found in east London
M ore than 1,000 cannabis plants worth 1million have been seized at a warehouse in east London.
Patel backs making violence against women and girls a more serious offence
Domestic abuse and sexual offences would be considered "as seriously as knife crime and homicide" under proposals backed by the Home Secretary.
Safer Sixth Street push includes call to rezone portions of entertainment district - Austin Monitor
Tuesday, November 30, 2021 by Chad Swiatecki
Chelsea legend Paul Canoville: Footballers must step up in fight against stabbings'
The retired midfielder - the Blues' first black player - believes they are being stopped by Premier League clubs and PR men from straying into controversial subjects.
Croydon: Devastated' family appeals for help after son dies following attack
D etectives have released a photo of four men they wish to speak with in relation to a man who died in Croydon last summer.
Closing arguments begin in the trial of 3 men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery
Attorneys have started making their final pitches to the jury in the trial of the three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia last year.