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From the St. Louis Post-DispatchWhen bundled with a host of other suggestions aimed at curbing drunken driving, the National Transportation Safety Board's proposal that state governments should reduce the allowable blood-alcohol concentration to 0.05 percent is reasonable. If the...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials are already reporting shorter border wait times for pedestrians utilizing the six newly installed Ready lane kiosks at the Calexico downtown Port of Entry. The six kiosks were installed...
In its new report on how to reduce drunken driving deaths, the National Transportation Safety Board states its goal in the title: "Reaching Zero." The agency thinks it is irreproachable to try to ensure that no one ever dies in an alcohol-related...
Are staycations coming back into fashion? The number of Southern Californians expected to travel at least 50 miles for the Memorial Day weekend will drop about 2.1% compared with last year. The annual forecast by the Auto Club of Southern California...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Culinary features on Anna Maria Island Mainsail Beach Inn on Florida’s Anna Maria Island has partnered with the Beach Bistro to offer a number of culinary luxuries to...
Tribune reporterAAA predicts that travel will fall slightly this Memorial Day weekend, as fewer people fly and driving vacations hold steady. In Illinois, the number of travelers over the holiday weekend is expected to decline by 1 percent, to 1.8 million, according...
At the kickoff of the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association's annual convention this month, that organization's strides — not to mention the entire nation's — were no more clear than on a simple United Airlines banner beside the...
The Hartford CourantMetro-North and Amtrak said their trains will run normal weekday schedules on Wednesday morning, for the first time since a Metro-North train derailed near the Fairfield border on Friday and crashed into a train on the adjacent track. Regular service...
The Hartford Courant— Traffic was heavy again Tuesday morning as commuters endured one more day without rail service from Bridgeport into New York. At least one backup plan — commuters boarding buses to get to a train — was working, albeit slowly. There...
ReutersBy Yereth Rosen ANCHORAGE, Alaska, May 20 (Reuters) - Days before a Shell drillship went aground in the storm-tossed Gulf of Alaska, it was clear that towing failures could spell disaster for the vessel, the crew and the marine environment, a company...
MERRILLVILLE-SHOOTING Officer shoots man outside medical facility MERRILLVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A northwestern Indiana police officer has shot a man while issuing a citation for an illegally parked semitrailer. The Times of Munster reports the...
ReutersANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - Days before a Shell drillship went aground in the storm-tossed Gulf of Alaska, it was clear that towing failures could spell disaster for the vessel, the crew and the marine environment, a company official told a U.S. Coast...
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