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The Latest: Man Killed in Shootout on Phoenix Freeway ID'd

U.S. News

Part of Interstate 17 in Phoenix remained closed during the metro area's Tuesday morning commute as authorities continued to investigate a shooting late Monday that left a suspect dead and three state troopers injured.


Blues Down Islanders 3-2 in Shootout

U.S. News

NOTES: The Islanders visit the Blues on Nov. 11 to complete the season series . The Blues continued to be without injured forward Alex Steen and defenseman Jay Bouwmeester.


England v Colombia: Who should take penalties in World Cup shootout?

BBC News

England face Colombia in the World Cup last 16 knowing penalties could be required as they aim to reach the quarter-finals. The Three Lions have the worst shootout record in the tournament's history, having lost all three of the ones they have been involved in (West Germany 1990, Argentina 1998 and Portugal 2006). Manager Gareth Southgate says he has been working since March to prepare his side for such an eventuality, adding that it is important his players "own the situation". So, if it comes to a shootout, which players would you most want stepping forward for England? With England facing the possibility of penalties now they are into the knockout rounds, who would you want to take the spot-kicks in a shootout?


Police: Suspect Who Killed 1, Wounded 2 Slain in Shootout

U.S. News

The video shows the deputy pursuing the van on foot as more than a dozen police vehicles give chase along with other officers on foot. The video loses sight of the van after the driver makes a sharp left turn into a driveway where the suspect fired at officers, who returned fire, police said.


New Zealand Arms Some Police After Shootouts

U.S. News

The move to arm police in the Canterbury District follows a shootout between a Christchurch resident and police on Tuesday. The man was shot by police and is in hospital in a stable condition, but another suspect in the shooting is still at large and may be armed, said police.