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Aug 26, 2015

Improving economy shares blame for worst US traffic ever

WASHINGTON — More jobs and cheaper gasoline come with a big, honking downside: U.S. roads are more clogged than ever now that the recession is in the rearview mirror. Commuters in Washington, D.C., suffer the most, losing an average of 82 hours a year to rush-hour slowdowns, a new study finds. Los Angeles, San Francisco […]

Jul 2, 2015

Many options, no single solution to nation’s traffic snarls

The problem is clear: Traffic congestion will become significantly worse and more widespread without big changes in how people and products get around. Build more roads. Build more public transit. Rely on new technology. The possible solutions are many, but none is easy or cheap. A few ways to ease the nation’s gridlock: ___ PUBLIC […]

May 14, 2014

FCC revising Internet rules after public backlash

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is broadening the scope of his proposed open Internet rules and suggesting tougher standards for Internet providers who wish to create paid priority fast lanes on their networks. According to an FCC official, Wheeler made revisions after the commission received 35,000 public comments —many of them […]

Jan 28, 2013

Farmington weighs new town court

Speeders in the Ontario County town of Farmington soon may be able to use a drive-up window to pay off the fine as part of a new, larger and more secure town court. Because of population growth, the Thruway that zips through, and the number of visitors who come for the Finger Lakes Gaming and […]

Jul 27, 2011

Wayne County man charged in unique case

In the first of its kind prosecution in Western New York, U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announces Ryan Breen, 31, of Savannah, is charged with using the Internet to traffic in counterfeit goods. Breen faces up to 10 years in prison and a $2 million fine.

Jun 29, 2011

State police joins Canada in border enforcement

New York state troopers are teaming up with their colleagues across the U.S.-Canada border to ensure traffic safety during the upcoming national holiday weekend in both nations. The initiative, called “Safety Without Borders ...

Apr 16, 2010

Homebuilder sentiment index jumps in April

U.S. homebuilders are seeing a pickup in sales and customer traffic as homebuyers rush to qualify for tax incentives set to expire at the end of the month, and that’s made them more optimistic.

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