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Topic - Department Of Public Safety
National Weather Service officials in Kansas and Oklahoma issued blizzard warnings and watches through late Monday as the storm packing snow and high winds tracked eastward across West Texas toward Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri. Forecasters warned of possible tornadoes in the southeast.
After being lambasted in the media, The University of Colorado has retracted it ten tips for thwarting an attacker.
The University of Colorado is a gun-free zone, with the exception of university police, and they have some tips for victims who find themselves in the midst of a brutal attack. According to the university's Department of Public Safety, telling your attacker that you have a disease or are menstruating are good ways to send your attacker running for the hills.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is asking for an independent probe into a state drug lab at the center of a testing scandal.
A 50-state look at the varying rules across the nation governing drivers' licenses for older adults. ___
A fast-moving storm ripped a large beer tent near Busch Stadium from its moorings and sent it and debris hurtling through the air Saturday, killing one person, seriously injuring several others and causing a panic among the many Cardinals fans inside.
The Justice Department blocked Texas' new voter-identification law Monday, arguing that it targets the state's Hispanics — and igniting yet another clash between President Obama's administration and a GOP-run state.
Connecticut Gov.-elect Dan Malloy has named a former state trooper who is senior director of security for the National Football League to head the state's Department of Public Safety.
There's only one man tough enough to take down "Walker, Texas Ranger." And that's Chuck Norris, Texas Ranger.