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FROM INLANDER.COM Assistant chief stepping down
Selby Smith, assistant chief police chief, has stepped down to “spend more time with his family.” The move is the latest is a series of shakeups in the police department. 

Trump fires back at Cruz
The relatively bloodless relationship between GOP presidential contenders Ted Cruz and Donald Trump appears to be coming to an end after the real estate mogul fired back at the Texas senator who reportedly questioned his rival’s judgement. 

Not laughing
Hillary Clinton and other Democrats are no longer treating Trump’s ascendance and brash opinions as a joke. 

Cop convicted
An Oklahoma cop accused of sexually preying on women has been found guilty of 18 of the 36 charges brought against him.

Gun law not used

It's been a year since a law approved by Washington voters that tightens background checks went into effect. But there's been no prosecutions under the new law, which opponents say is evidence of its effectiveness. 
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