| March 25 2015 - Omar Khadr's Bail Application Gets Support From Ex-U.S. General, Professors|
TORONTO - Professors, doctors, businessmen and even a former senior member of the U.S. military have put their names — and reputations — on the line to support the bail application of a man the Canadian government and other detractors have branded a dangerous jihadi terrorist. Foremost among those backing Omar Khadr are his long-time lawyer Dennis Edney and his wife Patricia, who have offered to ...
| March 02 2015 - AC Transit testing double-deck on route to Stanford|
PALO ALTO, Calif. — As part of a pilot project, AC Transit is using an Alexander Dennis Enviro 500 Urban Commuter bus on its U line from Fremont BART station to Stanford University, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
| February 13 2015 - 'Covered in Delco' explores how simple decision in high school can influence entire life|
When former Delaware County resident Dennis McGee, Jr. was walking home from the bus stop after attending classes at Delaware County Community College one November day back in the fall of 1997, his mind kept drifting back to his high school days at Cardinal O’Hara High School. He had a tight group of friends back then, and as seniors , they all felt like kings of the hill, almost invincible. He ...
| January 27 2015 - Mountainburg Schools Close Due To Icy Backroads|
MOUNTAINBURG, AR. --- According to Mountainburg superintendent, Dennis Copeland, the district will not hold class today due to slick roads. Copeland says half of the bus routes are too icy for buses to drive on, so he had to cancel class. Copeland says they hope to hold school tomorrow.
| December 12 2014 - Out Of The Shadows: Sex-Trafficking A Threat to Runaway Connecticut Teens|
When Hartford police officer Deborah Scates busted a locally based child sex-trafficking ring in 2007, sending Dennis Paris of Middletown and accomplice Brian Forbes to federal prison for coercing drug-addled minors to perform acts sex for money, it shed a glaring light on a growing enterprise:
| November 26 2014 - Bus maker wins major order in Canada|
Bus maker Alexander Dennis Limited is to set up a new manufacturing plant in Canada after winning an order for up to 400 vehicles.
| November 25 2014 - Celebrate transit with a free bus ride|
The Dennis Dart — serving Cranbrook since December, 2000. To celebrate the beginning of the 15th year of public transit in Cranbrook, all trips will be free on Wednesday, Dec. 3. The free rides apply to both the fixed route and handyDART services.
| November 27 2014 - Poo~Pourri Presents: The Best Places To Flush In Flushing|
ADDISON, Texas and FLUSHING, N.Y., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- While the world's top tennis players get down to business in Flushing, New York, Poo~Pourri Before-You-Go-Toilet Spray today revealed "The Best Places to Flush in Flushing" for visitors who need to take care of their own "business" while in the tournament's host neighborhood. "Poo~Pourri is on a mission to help liberate people from ...
| July 16 2014 - Bus company owner charged with online harassment|
The owner of a local bus company has been charged in northern Illinois after allegedly harassing a customer online. Highland Park Deputy Police Chief George Pfutzenreuter said Suburban Express owner Dennis Toeppen is due in Lake County court on Aug. 1 on two charges of electronic harassment. read more
| June 28 2014 - Rock 'n' roll, brothers: Radkey interview|
What were you up to when you were 16? Squeezing spots? Perhaps a bit of light tennis-racquet guitar in front of the mirror? I'm guessing you weren't roaming the world in a tour bus, drumming hard with your older brothers, playing devilish punk rock to unhinged crowds.
| June 05 2014 - San Francisco files charge against drivers' union over transit sick-out|
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco's city attorney filed a charge of unfair labor practices against the city's transit drivers' union Wednesday after some operators called in sick for a third straight day and left the famed cable cars idle as bus and light-rail service slightly improved. City Attorney Dennis Herrera ...
| June 04 2014 - San Francisco city atty files complaint over 'sick-out' by transit workers|
The San Francisco city attorney on Wednesday accused the union for bus and rail operators of orchestrating a sick-out, filing a complaint on the third day of the protest as more buses and trains resumed operations. City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed the complaint with California labor regulators, accusing the Transport Workers Union of America, Local 250-A, of orchestrating the sick-out that ...