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Red-light cameras click less as towns get Orwell off roads
The shutters clicked, the grainy photos were sent to the red-light violators and St. Louis raised $4.1 million last year. Now the vehicular version of "Candid Camera" may be ending, as it has in other U.S towns and cities.
Five things you should know about the Netflix-Comcast deal
Now Comcast and Netflix have announced that they will directly interconnect their networks, rather than having Netflix traffic flow first through a third-party network. With this, another layer of Internet architecture - interconnection and peering - is under the microscope.
VIDEO: NASA discovers 'mother lode' of alien planets
NASA is announcing that by using the Kepler Space Telescope scientists have almost doubled the number of known exoplanets, including four in the habitable zone, which means the planets have mild enough temperatures to support life.
The only online dating ad you'll ever need
Wired magazine assembled a number of infographics this month of what makes for the most attractive online dating profile. It even included a list of the most appealing words men and women used in their profiles.
The glitz, the glamour and the movies: 3 apps for Oscar weekend
With the Oscars approaching, this is a weekend for movies. Download these apps, then watch a few movies, create your own and settle in for the awards show.
Law agencies working to solve Albany bank robbery
A man who walked into the First Trust & Savings Bank in Albany and demanded money Friday afternoon is still at large.
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- Board delays school calendar FULTON, Ill. -- The River Bend Board of Education has delayed approving next year's school calendar. In light of this year's extreme weather, which has already required the district to cancel six days of school, the board is looking into marking cer
- Jail needs report due in April CLINTON — Progress is being made on two Clinton County Justice Coordinating Commission projects. A $53,000 jail needs assessment conducted by Shive Hattery is moving forward, with the CCJCC paying approximately 56 percent of it. The rest of the proje
- Pothole problems imminent with deep thaw CLINTON -- Potholes caused by winter weather have started to form within city and county streets and, according to road experts, it's just the tip of the iceberg as the Gateway region heads into what they're calling a "deep thaw." Potholes form from
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