January 28, 2023
  • 8:17 pm Drivers Perplexed by New Regulation Banning Truck Parking at Own Residences
  • 12:26 am Denton County Murder Case Exposes Statewide Lack Of Mental Health Resources
  • 8:59 pm Do Electric Scooters Reduce Car Use?
  • 10:59 pm A plan to tax the rich to fund electric defeated by California voters
  • 10:40 pm A Useful Guide to Understanding Premises Liability Law

This month, a new legislation rule that forbids the parking of big trucks on private properties went into force, leaving local truckers needing help figuring out what to do. For residents of the Macon-Bibb, Georgia region, the new law became effective on January 1st. Commercial vehicles and trailers weighing more than 8,000 to 10,000 pounds […]

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On December 9, a hearing on whether the county sheriff and state hospital executives would be held for contempt of court was held in Denton County Courts Building. The aforementioned parties defied court orders related to transporting a jailed man to a mental health facility. However, according to Denton Murder Attorneys, he is only one […]

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A new study published by Georgia Tech’s School of Public Policy on the impact of Atlanta’s ban on e-scooters and e-bikes in 2019 shows that the safety regulation might have some unintended consequences. While it may be effective in reducing congestion on the sidewalks and improving pedestrian safety, it is likely to increase overall traffic […]

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Several defendants in Harris County, Texas, were released without any hearing due to a computer system error on Thursday, 24th March. According to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the number of inmates released is estimated to be between 180 to 200. As per reports, the computer system faced issues on Thursday, which continued until the […]

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While auto dealers in the US are having a good time due to the record sales figures for used cars all over the country, the same isn’t true for all the customers. For instance, in several parts of Florida, including Pensacola, customers have to wait for months after buying a used car for the dealers […]

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Around two months ago, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles had unanimously recommended a posthumous pardon for George Floyd for a minor 2004 drug conviction case. Gov. Greg Abbott, who holds the power to grant the pardon, has been silent over the matter since then. The lack of comment from the governor hasn’t been […]

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The best weapon that we have against the deadly Coronavirus is vaccination. The vaccines that have been administered in the US have proven to be completely safe and effective. However, we have known over time that the effect of these vaccines will wear out with time. So is it time to consider taking the Covid […]

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With more than three-quarters of the residents commuting solo for work, it’s no wonder that Austin’s roads see high traffic congestion. And with the metro region’s 2.3 million population expected to double in a couple of decades, the congestion is all set to intensify to a great extent. The huge number of cars on Austin’s […]

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Transportation network development in Las Vegas may have slowed down during the recession and immediately after due to the lack of enough funding, but the work has picked up pace in recent years. With funding pouring in from various sources along with the general economic growth of the city, infrastructure development and road improvement projects […]

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Wildfires are a common phenomenon in a dozen western states all across America. With an alga mission of unprecedented weather conditions, wildfires have created an emergency in most parts of Oregon, Washington, and California, and other states. Before we understand the case study of paradise in Northern California, it is important to understand the causes […]

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