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Overhaul of Public Service Commission not that ea...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Public Service Commission TAMPA — As outrage increases over electric rates, Democrat Charlie Crist is promising that if elected governor, he'll "completely overhaul" the state...
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Trader caught selling shabu inside laundry shop
SEVEN wanted drug traffickers in Mindanao were jailed by agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in separate anti-narcotics operations in the region this week, PDEA chair, Undersecretary...
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Wilmington, other N.C. police collect cellphone i...
The goal of the device is collect information about suspects in kidnapping, violent felony and missing persons cases, and police said they dont capture the voice contents of phone calls or store data....
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Judge Tagle: Not just another judge
CORPUS CHRISTI - Senior U.S. District Judge Hilda Tagle has presided over some of the most high profile cases in recent Texas judicial history, putting feared drug kingpins such as Osiel Cárdenas...
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University of Texas
Neighborhood activists seek tougher property code...
Neighborhood activists seek tougher property codes for Columbus In a four-part series, The Dispatch examines neglected properties and neglectful owners. See stories, video and more. The Daily...
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Columbus City Council
Dispute draws to close
A dispute between the Denton Fire Fighters Association and the city has come to an end after more than a year. Arbitrator John Barnard ruled this month that then-Fire Chief Ross Chadwick’s...
Read more at Denton Record-Chronicle
Charlotte police investigators secretly track cel...
CHARLOTTE, NC (Fred Clasen-Kelly/The Charlotte Observer) - Charlotte-Mecklenburg police use a secretive surveillance system that collects information from cellphones and wireless devices to locate...
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Guest Opinion: Another 'Fiber to the Premise' res...
The long-discussed dream of getting true high-speed fiber-optic service for Palo Alto is looking like a real possibility. There are two reasons: Google is offering to bring fiber to 34 communities,...
Read more at Palo Alto Weekly
National League of Cities
After years of work, progress in downtown
Employment in downtown Spartanburg has increased steadily over the years, as employers like QS/1 have invested in facilities in the city.GoUpstate.comOctober 17, 2014 6:38 PM In 2002, downtown...
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Foster Owen had many passions, but he usually sta...
Salisbury Post Wineka column: Foster Owen had many passions, but he usually started with music SALISBURY � Many days when I climb into my truck, an old Ford that needs some paint, I think of J....
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City moves to reduce its water use
With water conservation increasingly on the minds of Californians during the state’s ongoing drought, Santa Clarita officials say they have taken a number of steps to reduce the city’s water...
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Santa Clarita City Council
Cops seize P15M worth of shabu in Manila
GAPAN CITY, Nueva Ecija -- A 42-year-old embalmer was shot and killed last Friday night by an unidentified gunman but before he died, he managed to declare an ante-mortem statement… ISANG lalaki ang...
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Redwood City admits making poor first impression ...
Days after Redwood City bought a small dilapidated house at 1606 Middlefield Road to raze so it can expand an adjacent park, the four tenants who live there found themselves in the dark about their...
Read more at The Mercury News
$5,000: Service awards and retirement gifts
POQUOSON — Poquoson budgeted $5,000 this year for service awards and retirement gifts. The line item in the budget is called "employee bonuses" but the city didn't give out bonuses this year. The...
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The 'artisanfication' of La Villita can be more o...
SAN ANTONIO — Not all gentrification is residential. And not all is driven by private developers or the free market. The shops at city-owned La Villita are in the throes of their own form of...
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Brighton candidates - in their own words
Northumberland Today offered candidates in the municipal election the chance to answer five questions for our readers, in their own words. The response to each question could be up to 150 words in...
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McCollum Named Chief of College Station Police De...
Scott McCollum has been named police chief for the City of College Station. McCollum is a 29-year veteran of the College Station Police Department and has served as interim chief since June 30, when...
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Texas A&M University
City health office warns public vs lead-contamina...
SANTIAGO CITY, Isabela – As Halloween approaches, the Santiago City Health Office has reminded the public to be cautious when buying children's Halloween costumes and toys. Dr. Ramoncito Bayang,...
Read more at Manila Standard Today
Douglas County manager ready to lead
Jim Nichols began his tenure as Douglas County manager on Sept. 29. Photo/Provided Jim Nichols is finishing his third week as manager of Douglas County. He replaces Steve Mokrohisky who left in April...
Read more at Lake Tahoe News
Decision is near on Pittsfield city chiefs
PITTSFIELD -- City officials are edging toward a decision on whether to appoint the current police and fire chiefs on a permanent basis and whether the posts should remain in the Civil Service system....
Read more at Berkshire Eagle
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