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In Diverse North Charleston, Where Most Police Are White, a Black Chief Tries to Bridge the Divide In Diverse North Charleston, Where Most Police Are White, a Black Chief Tries to Bridge the Divide
Tue, July, 7, 2020
Dan Frosch from The Wall Street Journal shares the story of Reggie Burgess, the Black police chief leading a mostly white police force in the diverse city of North Charleston, South Carolina.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 26, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 26, 2020
Fri, June, 26, 2020
Dueling police reform bills battle it out in the Capitol, Texas pauses reopening, and Wisconsin man receives postcard mailed 16 years earlier.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 15, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 15, 2020
Mon, June, 15, 2020
Atlanta police shooting sparks new outrage, record spikes in new coronavirus cases, and good luck finding a bicycle.
More black police officers, yet the killings persist More black police officers, yet the killings persist
Tue, June, 9, 2020
Despite more and more minorities joining the police force killings are still an issue. Courtenay Brown from Axios has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 09, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 09, 2020
Tue, June, 9, 2020
Calls to cut funding for police grow, George Floyd to be buried, and a 9-year-old and her friends raised $40,000 for black-owned businesses.
Each Morning, After Protests, America Cleans Up Each Morning, After Protests, America Cleans Up
Mon, June, 8, 2020
Jim Carlton from The Wall Street Journal shares an inspiring story about Americans rallying together to clean up their communities after looting and property destruction.
'Greatest fear': Chicago hides names of released prisoners from police 'Greatest fear': Chicago hides names of released prisoners from police
Mon, April, 20, 2020
Why is Chicago hiding the names of released prisoners from the police? Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times has the story.
Police turn to virtual 'judgment' simulators to train responders for reality of mass shootings Police turn to virtual 'judgment' simulators to train responders for reality of mass shootings
Fri, March, 8, 2019
Police are hoping virtual reality can help officers better handle split-second decisions. Dan Boylan from the Washington Times has the story.
After United Clash, Airport Police Brass Warn Officers to Avoid Such Feuds After United Clash, Airport Police Brass Warn Officers to Avoid Such Feuds
Tue, April, 25, 2017
Airport police leaders are warn officers to avoid airline fights. The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Tangel has the story.
New Breed of Police Dogs: Pit Bulls New Breed of Police Dogs: Pit Bulls
Tue, April, 4, 2017
Pit Bulls are getting second chances as police dogs. The Wall Street Journal's Tawnell Hobbs has more.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 30, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 30, 2017
Thu, March, 30, 2017
Senators expand Russia investigation, Police unions are supporting President Trump's law and order agenda and parents are worrying about the wrong thing.
Rising Police Overtime Bill in Several Cities Comes Under Scrutiny Rising Police Overtime Bill in Several Cities Comes Under Scrutiny
Wed, March, 15, 2017
Rising police overtime is coming under scrutiny. Scott Calvert from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Police divided over Trump's 'sanctuary city' order Police divided over Trump's 'sanctuary city' order
Mon, January, 30, 2017
Kevin Johnson from USA Today breaks down why police are divided over President Trump's 'sanctuary city' order.
U.S. Police More Reluctant to Use Force, Survey Finds U.S. Police More Reluctant to Use Force, Survey Finds
Fri, January, 13, 2017
A new survey finds police are more reluctant to use force. Zusha Elinson from the the Wall Street Journal has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 13, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 13, 2017
Fri, January, 13, 2017
U.S. ends 'No-Visa' era for Cuban refugees, survey finds U.S. police more reluctant to use force and the best and worst airlines of 2016.
The Hidden Hurt Of Life On The Police Beat The Hidden Hurt Of Life On The Police Beat
Wed, December, 21, 2016
Gary Fields of The Wall Street Journal explains some of the scars police live with after high stress incidents on the job.
Police Body Cameras Don't Reduce Use of Force Police Body Cameras Don't Reduce Use of Force
Mon, November, 28, 2016
WSJ's Zusha Elinson with surprising results from the use of body cameras by police.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 22, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 22, 2016
Tue, November, 22, 2016
San Antonio police arrest suspect in officer shooting, bus driver being charged in deadly Tenn. bus crash and Georgia man still doesn't know results of U.S. presidential election.
The Latest on the Unrest in Milwaukee The Latest on the Unrest in Milwaukee
Mon, August, 15, 2016
Gene Mueller from our radio affiliate WTMJ joins us live with an update on the riots in the city after a police-involved shooting.
Europeans Ask if Violence is Becoming Fact of Life Europeans Ask if Violence is Becoming Fact of Life
Mon, July, 25, 2016
In wake of terrorist attacks in Ansbach, many are wondering if this violence is becoming the new normal? Wall Street Journal Reporter Matt Dalton joins us with more.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 22, 2016 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 22, 2016
Fri, July, 22, 2016
Donald Trump Accepts GOP Nomination, police accidentally shoot a man in North Miami and the SI Play app that takes the pain out of managing your kids' sports teams
Three Officers Dead in Baton Rouge Shooting Three Officers Dead in Baton Rouge Shooting
Mon, July, 18, 2016
In wake of another targeted shooting on Police in Baton Rouge, Executive Director of Criminal Justice and Strategic Studies at Tarleton State University Dr. Alex del Carmen questions, "is this the new normal?"
Dallas Police Chief Faces a Balancing Act Dallas Police Chief Faces a Balancing Act
Tue, July, 12, 2016
Dallas Police Chief David Brown faces a tough balancing act. Gary Fields from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
How does Law Enforcement respond to last week's tragic events? How does Law Enforcement respond to last week's tragic events?
Mon, July, 11, 2016
How do we move forward as a country addressing last week's events? Dr. Alex del Carmen, Executive Director of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Tarleton State University says it starts with community leaders and law enforcement officials across the country coming together.
How did We Become so Divided? How did We Become so Divided?
Mon, July, 11, 2016
With the tragic events unfolding in Dallas, Louisiana, and Minnesota, it begs to raise the question, how did we as a country become divided? Paul Viollis, Security Expert and host of the TV Show, "The Security Brief", joins us with more.