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  • Woman charged after high-speed chase in Kendall County

    A Minooka woman was charge with fleeing Kendall County deputies Sunday following a high-speed chase through the county. According to Kendall deputies, Karen Juergens, 53, was clocked speeding 112 mph in a 55 mph zone at 4:25 p.m. near Route 47 and Joliet...
  • Worker killed in Ohio interstate collapse identified

    A worker killed when an overpass collapsed onto Interstate 75 in Cincinnati has been identified. A Hamilton County coroner's spokesman says the worker was 35-year-old Brandon William Carl, of Augusta, Kentucky. The spokesman, Terry Daly, says the...
  • Ticked off! @ cable company

    I'm ticked off: My husband was backing out of a parking space. He was completely out of the space when a van with a handicap sign hanging from his mirror came around the corner fast. The driver never tried to stop. If my husband did not stop we would have...
  • MLK parade to cause road closures, parking restrictions Monday

    MLK parade to cause road closures, parking restrictions Monday
    The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade will cause road closures and parking restrictions in Baltimore on Monday, particularly along the corridor named for the civil rights pioneer. Commuters on Monday, which is a holiday in honor of King, should expect...
  • Multiple entities investigate fatal bridge collapse over major Ohio highway

    CINCINNATI A collapsed bridge that fell onto Interstate 75 in Cincinnati will keep the major thoroughfare closed for a few days. Officials announced Tuesday that the investigation and cleanup into the incident that happened Monday evening will take at...
  • Northbound I-95 repair work in Laurel to impact afternoon rush hour

    Northbound I-95 repair work in Laurel to impact afternoon rush hour
    The two left lanes of northbound Interstate 95 will be closed in Laurel through the Tuesday afternoon commute as crews complete emergency repair work to the deck of a bridge. The unscheduled work to the bridge that carries I-95 over Stansfield Road shut...
  • Speed limit jumps to 70 mph Saturday on S.R. 417, 429

    Speed limit jumps to 70 mph Saturday on S.R. 417, 429
    The speed limit will go up 5 mph to 70 mph on two major Metro Orlando toll roads by Saturday night, according to the Central Florida Expressway Authority. State roads 417 and 429 will have the higher speed limits posted throughout the day, first in the...
  • Southwest hit with record fine for tarmac delays at Midway

    Southwest hit with record fine for tarmac delays at Midway
    Southwest Airlines was slammed with a record fine by the Transportation Department on Thursday after the airline forced passengers to remain on arriving planes at Midway airport for hours during severe weather last winter. Delays involving 16...
  • Stop sign in West Boca to be removed

    Stop sign in West Boca to be removed
    Q: We have a ridiculous stop sign where Glades Road turns into Palmetto Park Road in West Boca. No one stops here, because there is no traffic to stop for. Westbound Palmetto Park drivers only stop if they are making a U-turn. I contend this stop sign...
  • FAU puts academic advisers in parking garages

    FAU puts academic advisers in parking garages
    Florida Atlantic University's effort to better counsel those who live off campus has resulted in students literally parking themselves outside the advising office. Two parking garages on the Boca Raton campus are now doubling as advising offices for...
  • Father slain in front of young son, caught up in feud between neighbors

    Father slain in front of young son, caught up in feud between neighbors
    Troy Preston had long planned to leave Baltimore. He was "a country boy" at heart, his wife said, and disliked the hustle of the city and always felt it was too dangerous. "He hated the city. He hated the crime. He hated it," Keira Bryant-Preston said....