Highway Patrol Gearing Up For Back To SchoolTroopers will be looking for violations that jeopardize the safety of the students. Drivers who commute near schools should watch for children and be aware of the laws when driving through active school zones.
Cities With Large Black Populations Rely More On Fines For Revenue, Study FindsElecting more black people to local government can prevent police from disproportionately ticketing black communities, according to a new study.
Deadline For Health Care Enrollment Looming. Those Who Ignore Face Fines.Uninsured people must enroll in a plan by January 31st or face fines.
Man In Reno Convicted On Synthetic Drug Charges A Reno liquor and convenience store owner has been convicted on 16 counts involving the sale of synthetic drugs known as "spice."
Around The NFL: Colts Back Injured, Sanchez Out For 8 Weeks, NFL Hands Out FinesInjuries are already starting to pile up, and the NFL season isn't but two weeks old. That is not the best news for some teams that are losing key players early in this new season. Speaking of early, the NFL brass never thinks a season is too young for fines.
Men Sentenced For Making Fake, Weak Pesticide That Claimed To Kill HIV A Las Vegas company is getting fines and probation for a misbranded pesticide that claimed to kill HIV, bird flu and salmonella in air ducts but was highly diluted.
$180k In Fines Sought For Animal Testing Deaths An animal rights group is urging federal inspectors to fine Charles River Laboratories nearly $200,000 after the firm reported four more monkeys and other research animals died at its testing labs in Nevada and elsewhere since 2009.