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VIDEO: The Archer

We’ve all heard stories about Robin Hood and William Tell and their skills with a bow and arrows. Some of us may have even become interested in pursuing archery—whether for hunting or just target practice. But very few, if any of us, have spent as much time and energy learning the history of archery and

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Dog Rescue 911

Police, like most people, have a special place in their hearts for dogs. It’s not just that a lot of us had dogs as pets; in police work, cops with two legs frequently work with their four-legged colleagues. So, when cops in Cranford, New Jersey, received a “dog in distress” 911 call, they spring into action.

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VIDEO: The Archer

We’ve all heard stories about Robin Hood and William Tell and their skills with a bow and arrows. Some of us may have even become interested in pursuing archery—whether for hunting or just target practice. But very few, if any of us, have spent as much time and energy learning the history of archery and

Jaimi Luke Smith being escorted by Trooper Ryan White (right) and Sergeant Greg Day (left). Sergeant Doug Hutchinson behind Smith. (Photo: Nixle.com)

100 MPH!

What should have been a routine traffic stop for Monroe County, Indiana, cops turned into an all-out manhunt for the driver, who thought he was above the law. According to Nixle.com, Trooper Adam Davis was driving northbound on State Road 37 near Acuff Road just north of Bloomington, when a northbound silver Ford Focus passed his fully

Our national treasures are being vandalized and destroyed. At this time last year, two former Utah Boy Scout troop filmed themselves in October gleefully pushing over a 200-million-year-old goblin sandstone formation in a state park.

Let’s Catch These Guys!

U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement and Investigation on the Red Rock Ranger District, in Flagstaff, Arizona, is seeking information concerning vandalism to an archaeological site known as Jordan Cave near the Jordan Trailhead parking lot in Sedona. On Dec. 16, 2014, several individuals in Jordan Cave were seen removing and throwing rocks from the walls

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Jaimi Luke Smith being escorted by Trooper Ryan White (right) and Sergeant Greg Day (left). Sergeant Doug Hutchinson behind Smith. (Photo: Nixle.com)

100 MPH!

What should have been a routine traffic stop for Monroe County, Indiana, cops turned into an all-out manhunt for the driver, who thought he was above the law. According to Nixle.com, Trooper Adam Davis was driving northbound on State Road 37 near Acuff Road just north of Bloomington, when a northbound silver Ford Focus passed his fully

Struggles

Our national treasures are being vandalized and destroyed. At this time last year, two former Utah Boy Scout troop filmed themselves in October gleefully pushing over a 200-million-year-old goblin sandstone formation in a state park.

Let’s Catch These Guys!

U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement and Investigation on the Red Rock Ranger District, in Flagstaff, Arizona, is seeking information concerning vandalism to an archaeological site known as Jordan Cave near the Jordan Trailhead parking lot in Sedona. On Dec. 16, 2014, several individuals in Jordan Cave were seen removing and throwing rocks from the walls

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VIDEO: The Archer

We’ve all heard stories about Robin Hood and William Tell and their skills with a bow and arrows. Some of us may have even become interested in pursuing archery—whether for hunting or just target practice. But very few, if any of us, have spent as much time and energy learning the history of archery and

Above & Beyond

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Dog Rescue 911

Police, like most people, have a special place in their hearts for dogs. It’s not just that a lot of us had dogs as pets; in police work, cops with two legs frequently work with their four-legged colleagues. So, when cops in Cranford, New Jersey, received a “dog in distress” 911 call, they spring into action.

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VIDEO: Cops Forced to Wear Diapers for Pope’s Visit

No, that headline is not a typo. Traffic officers in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, were made to wear adult-sized diapers after fears that working the detail for the Pope’s visit this past weekend would be hindered by the city’s lack of portable toilets. More than 2,000 traffic officers reported for duty bare-legged and clad in diapers,

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