| July 24 2014 - Murrieta Protesters Deemed Terrorists By Amensty Group Calling On DOJ To Prosecute|
The Department of Justice and the FBI have been asked to investigate and prosecute the Murrieta residents protesting illegal immigrants, as terrorists. The Tequila Party, a pro-amnesty group, reportedly formed in opposition to the Tea Party. The group is reportedly leading the effort against residents of the California town that blocked busloads of illegal immigrants
| July 24 2014 - Transitâ€™s no trauma where I come from: James|
Was back in the â€™hood on Wednesday â€” drawn to the old haunts of Flemmo and Thorncliffe Park by two news conferences. The first spoke to the cityâ€™s efforts to â€śmanage congestionâ€ť; the second was another of Olivia Chowâ€™s incremental plans to improve the city by increasing community access to parks. I took the TTC from Bathurst Manor, home for the past decade, to Flemingdon Park, home for most of ...
| July 23 2014 - Public Transit's Uphill Climb|
COIC rolls out transit education efforts by Erin Rook Since Oregon State University announced its plans to plot a new campus on Bend's westside, there has been murmuring (sometimes more) about how the addition of hundreds of new students will clog the thruways stretching across town. That discussion falls at the forefront of a larger issue: the paltry offering of public transportation in Central ...
| July 18 2014 - Should TriMet merge bus lines with light rail?|
TriMet will hold a series of public meetings this summer regarding the proposed changes to bus service upon the completion of the Portland-Milwaukie light-rail project in 2015. Minimizing â€śduplicativeâ€ť service of Southeast McLoughlin Boulevardâ€™s bus lines 31, 32, 33 and 99 has been a major goal of this planning effort. ...
| July 15 2014 - Bus tour takes Texas teens away from gangs|
DALLAS â€” In an effort to curb the city's growing gang problem, a local councilman organized a group bus tour of gang-afflicted neighborhoods in the Dallas area to discuss solutions, KENS5 Eyewitness News reported.
| July 15 2014 - The Need for Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Continues to Grow|
Clean Fuels Ohio provides the support to help businesses and individuals develop sustainability efforts. CFO is proud to announce the dedication of the second CNG station in the City of Columbus. (PRWeb July 15, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/06/prweb11983015.htm
| July 12 2014 - Border Program Being Scaled Back|
FILE - In this Aug. 9, 2012 file photo, newly arrived people who were caught in Arizona by the U.S. Border Patrol, are initially processed at Tucson Sector U.S. Border Patrol Headquarters in Tucson, Ariz. A major U.S. effort to discourage repeated attempts by immigrants to enter the country illegally by flying and busing them into Mexico hundreds of miles away from where they were caught has ...
| July 12 2014 - Bruce Power now offering bus tours Wednesdays and Thursdays|
Staff at Bruce Power are ready to offer bus tours of the worldâ€™s largest operating nuclear site this summer. The tours, which begin July 2, are part of ongoing outreach efforts to provide information to the public on the important role of nuclear power in Ontario.
| July 08 2014 - County Assistant DA Justin Weiner receives Region 4 award|
Justin Weiner, chairman of the Henderson County Child Welfare Board, received the 2013-2014 Lucille Rochs Texas Council of Child Welfare Boards Volunteer of the Year Award in recognition of his outstanding leadership and tireless efforts in addressing and raising awareness about issues of abused children.Â
| July 08 2014 - Immigration Supporters Take Stand Against Those Blocking Buses|
There was a different sort of fireworks today in Murrieta, California, as residents clashed over whether to support U.S. efforts to process Central American immigrants in their town. This week, protesters in the wealthy community thatĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s 90 miles from the border blocked a convoy of...
| July 08 2014 - Northeast Texas Gives New Meaning to Water Park|
One Northeast Texas spot takes the concept of a water park to a whole new level, but don't expect a water slide and lazy river. From the surface, it looks like an ordinary lake, until you dive deeper. A shipwreck, a plane, a DART bus, it's not the scene of some horrendous accident, but a deliberate effort to form a playgound for scuba enthusiasts. ...
| July 06 2014 - Local leaders to discuss Joplinâ€™s future|
A joint meeting by representatives of government, education and business to plan cooperative efforts for future initiatives and projects will be held today. The meeting will start at 8 a.m. at the Joplin School Districtâ€™s administration building at 3901 E. 32nd St.
| July 06 2014 - Detroit Defeats Insurer Requests as Judge Considers Tour|
Detroit overcame efforts by bond insurers that might have slowed its plan to exit bankruptcy before the end of the year, while the judge on the case said he was open to taking a bus tour to see what shape the cityâ€™s in.
| July 03 2014 - California bus saga suggests illegal immigration backlash is boiling over|
On Tuesday, flag-waving protesters shouting slogans including "go home" turned back three busloads of undocumented immigrants heading for a border patrol processing facility in this inland town nestled between Los Angeles and San Diego. On Friday, immigration officials are set to try again, with more buses scheduled to arrive. The effort spotlights the predicament in which the federal government ...
| June 26 2014 - Bus path to U of M cleared|
A 38-year effort to complete a bus corridor from downtown Winnipeg to the University of Manitoba has survived another vote on the floor of city council. On Wednesday, a divided city council approved a $590-million plan to extend the Southwest Transitway and widen the Pembina Highway underpass at