Study Indicates I-80 Deer Fence Effective


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Preliminary reports from a study indicate that the deer fence that was placed along a portion of Interstate 80 (I-80), between Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska, have reduced the number of vehicle-deer crashes in that area. The Nebraska Department of Roads had the deer fence installed, along with improving wildlife underpassings, as the area on I-80 between the Mahoney State Park Interchange and Pflug Road had the highest number of deer-vehicle crashes in Nebraska.


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Do Not Yell “Bingo” Unless You Have It In Kentucky

An 18 year-old in Covington, Kentucky, falsely yelled “bingo” and was cited for second-degree disorderly conduct. On the ticket, the issuing officer wrote: “This caused the hall to quit operating since they thought someone had won. This delayed the game by several minutes and caused alarm to patrons.” The officer said he probably would not have issued the ticket but the yeller refused to say he was sorry. 
While the judge could have sentenced the young man up to 90 days in a jail and a $250 fine, he only ordered him not to say “bingo” for 6 months and stay out of trouble. In explaining this sentence, the Judge said, “He was remorseful in court. He was obviously a good kid who hadn’t been in trouble before. With all the other things that happen in the court system and the families you’re dealing with, you’ve got to keep a sense of humor.”
Source: Bogus ‘bingo’ earns no jail time by Cindy Schroeder via nky.cincinnati.com

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New York Judge Permits Legal Service Via Facebook

By: Jeffrey LapinOn March 7, 2013, United States District Court Judge Paul Engelmayer, of the Southern District of … http://bit.ly/WgARBw

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