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MLive.com
Michigan's proposed 75-80 mph speed limit would be highest in MidwestLANSING, MI -- If a law to increase speed limits on rural freeways in Michigan
Michigan's proposed 75-80 mph speed limit would be highest in Midwest
MLive.com / Posted 3 days ago
LANSING, MI -- If a law to increase speed limits on rural freeways in Michigan passes the state will have the highest speed limits in the Great Lakes region and tie South Dakota for the highest speed limits in the Midwest. Rep. Bradford Jacobsen,... Read more
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FOX 11 Tucson
Texting and driving: Should Arizona ban it?Three years ago, a tiny baby -- just 29 days old -- was thrown from her strolle
Texting and driving: Should Arizona ban it?
FOX 11 Tucson / Posted 7 days ago
Three years ago, a tiny baby -- just 29 days old -- was thrown from her stroller and landed in a Tempe gutter. Her mom was tossed 30 feet. When she crash-landed in some rocks, her skull was fractured in three different places. "They told my husband... Read more
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TribLIVE
Police challenged in catching texting motorists – TribLIVE.com Neighborhoods Police are catching more drivers red-handed t
Police challenged in catching texting motorists
TribLIVE / Posted 11 days ago
– TribLIVE.com Neighborhoods Police are catching more drivers red-handed three years after the state banned texting while driving. The Administrative... Read more
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Reuters
Air passengers in Washington race to dodge blizzard's furyCancelled flights are displayed on a status board at New York's Laguardia Airpo
Air passengers in Washington race to dodge blizzard's fury
Reuters / Posted 20 days ago
Cancelled flights are displayed on a status board at New York's Laguardia Airport ahead of a powerful approaching winter storm January 22, 2016. WASHINGTON As the first flakes of a monster blizzard fell at Reagan National Airport, Kara Macek was... Read more
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KCEN-TV
Proposed Law Would Allow Warrantless Cell-Phone SearchesBARRE CITY, Vt. (USA Today) -- On a cold, sunny Thursday afternoon, Deputy Jean
Proposed Law Would Allow Warrantless Cell-Phone Searches
KCEN-TV / Posted 25 days ago
BARRE CITY, Vt. (USA Today) -- On a cold, sunny Thursday afternoon, Deputy Jean Miguel Bariteau of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department spots the driver of a red hatchback using his cell phone. When Bariteau pulls him over, it's a straightforward... Read more

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