How bad do you want to catch a Charizard? A creative police force hopes to lure people on its wanted list down to the station using the power of Pokemon Go.
Technically Incorrect: Montrell Jackson was one of three Baton Rouge police officers shot dead in an ambush on Sunday. He had written earlier this month of the struggle between love and hate.
Technically Incorrect: Oh, yes. The belief that there are monsters in police stations and firehouses is causing players to call in and check.
Technically Incorrect: The game has captured minds and hearts. Police in San Francisco fear it's all too much, so they issue fascinating safety tips.
Technically Incorrect: Police in O'Fallon, Missouri, warn players of the augmented-reality game to be very careful.
Video shows officers lying on the ground during a shooting at a downtown Dallas demonstration in response to recent deadly police shootings across the country.
Facebook CEO says videos underscore importance of coming together in a "more open and connected world."
The social network says it hasn't and won't censor live-streamed footage showing the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Philando Castile.
Pokemon Go may be captivating Pokemon trainers around the world, but Australia's Northern Territory police have offered a reminder that a Pokemaster must always be vigilant.
Technically Incorrect: At an airport near London, police are appalled by a man's iPhone case. They take their case to Twitter.