We know...it sounds absurd.
"Click-it-or-ticket" warns us that we can, and will, get caught if we drive without a seatbelt. Most if not all states have now made it a primary offense under pressure from the Federal Government.
But one state wants to extend the "click" to man's best friend riding in the passenger seat and sticking his head out the window.Read more »
“It's something that we've all done. I did it when I was a kid and so I'm a little disappointed that citations were given instead of maybe a warning,” Green said.
"This league has been here since 1971, and it's never been an issue. I felt like there could have at least been a warning,” parent Shane Colwell said.
The team was headed to celebrate the sweet taste of victory at a popular ice cream stand, but the moment was soon soured when they saw the flashing lights of Richards’ cruiser.
Many of the children didn’t know exactly what was taking place.Read more »
DENVER -- A little-known Denver city ordinance resulted in a ticket for a man who had a "For Sale" sign in his car window.
Richard Mooney parked at a meter near 17th Avenue and Lincoln Street on April 18. He went inside a nearby credit union to finalize the private sale of his car. When he came back, he had a ticket for having a "For Sale" sign in a back window of his vehicle.
"That's a little sign, it was probably about six inches," said Mooney. "And it had been on there for a few months."Read more »
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Liggett says the street is vacated property and therefore belongs to adjacent landowners including himself.
The mayor says that stretch of Elm is among three blocks of street the city abandoned back in 1908. A 1949 ordinance reopened the road, but Kimble says the change was never registered at the courthouse.
8.7%: The drop in traffic fatalities in states with medical marijuana laws. Want to make the road safer? Encourage drivers to hit the bong rather than hit the bars. That is a policy prescription that few people would recommend but it is effectively the course that states which have enacted medical marijuana laws have followed, according to an economic study.Read more »
FTA: Under the bill, school districts would report the number of students who aren't attending class or who have more than 10 absences to the Department of Motor Vehicles. Teenagers who can prove they work to support their family, or are 17 and joined the military, are exempt. For underage students who can't prove an exemption, a letter is mailed informing the teen his or her license is suspended.Read more »
Local man-in-robe decrees teenager may never drive again due to involvement in serious accident.Read more »
Congress Is Toying With the Future of Mass TransitRead more »
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