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Jul 15, 2014

Court rules Texas can't ban sale of Confederate flag license plates

A federal court ruled that the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles could not prohibit the sale of specialty license plates featuring an image of the Confederate flag... #Texas #Department of Motor Vehicles

Jul 15, 2014

Court rules Texas can't ban sale of Confederate flag license plates

A federal court ruled that the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles could not prohibit the sale of specialty license plates featuring an image of the Confederate flag... #Texas #Department of Motor Vehicles

Jul 29, 2014

Letter: Presenting ID for all the wrong reasons

I had a disturbing experience at the state Department of Motor Vehicles when renewing the registration for my classic car. I provided my Florida driver's license to the clerk but was advised that I needed to produce three additional forms of identifi... #Florida #Department of Motor Vehicles #New York (state) #Gary, IN

Jul 25, 2014

Demand for aircraft, machinery boost June durable goods orders

Orders for long-lasting manufactured goods rebounded in June after a May decline, helped by a recovery in demand in a key category that signals business investment plans. Orders for durable goods increased 0.7 percent in June on a seasonally adjusted... #Florida #Department of Motor Vehicles #New York (state) #Gary, IN

Aug 01, 2014

Colorado begins issuing driver's licenses to immigrants, regardless of status

About 9,500 people are signed up for appointments through the next 90 days to get licenses or ID cards. By IVAN MORENO DENVER — Colorado has started issuing driver's licenses and identification cards to immigrants regardless of their legal status, ma... #Denver, CO #Illinois #Colorado #Nevada #Fort Collins, CO #U.S. Democratic Party #U.S. Republican Party #Colorado Springs, CO #Grand Junction, CO

Jul 26, 2014

Dalton woman charged with leading police on a high speed chase with her daughter and dog in the car

Police charged a Dalton woman after she led them on a high speed chase through Pittsfield. Two Pittsfield police officers used accident reconstruction techniques to conclude the crash occurred in the eastbound lane of West Street and that Zuber was d... #Denver, CO #Illinois #Colorado #Nevada #Fort Collins, CO #U.S. Democratic Party #U.S. Republican Party #Colorado Springs, CO #Grand Junction, CO

Jul 26, 2014

Orders resurgent for durable goods

WASHINGTON -- Orders for long-lasting manufactured goods rebounded in June after a May decline, the Commerce Department reported Friday. Orders for durable goods increased 0.7 percent in June on a seasonally adjusted basis after a 1 percent decline i... #Denver, CO #Illinois #Colorado #Nevada #Fort Collins, CO #U.S. Democratic Party #U.S. Republican Party #Colorado Springs, CO #Grand Junction, CO

Jul 26, 2014

Truckers oppose I-40 toll plan

Trucking industry advocates are not in favor of a proposal that would lead to adding tolls an existing stretch of Interstate 40 from North Little Rock to Memphis. While the Arkansas Trucking Association and other industry organizations see a need for... #North Carolina #Missouri #Virginia #Little Rock, Arkansas #North Little Rock, Arkansas #Fort Smith, Arkansas #West Memphis, Arkansas

Jul 23, 2014

State investigates missing evidence at FHP

State transportation leaders have launched a criminal investigation into missing evidence at the Florida Highway Patrol. The investigation is being conducted by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle's Office of Inspector General.... #Florida #Pensacola, FL #Florida Highway Patrol

Jul 22, 2014

West Springfield adopts new parking violations ordinance

The ordinance calls for parking fines and allows the Police Department to tow vehicles. WEST SPRINGFIELD - A new vehicle parking violations ordinance , which allows the Police Department to tow motor vehicles within the municipality boundaries and ad... #Massachusetts #Department of Telecommunications
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