STAFF BLOG CITY STREET BEAT THE CITY SCOOP: Parking tickets without fines
Each week, Herald reporter Brandi Jewett answers your questions about local government, laws and other local topics.
Q. I live on the north end, and Ive noticed the city of Grand Forks giving out cour... Posted on 11/25/13 at 2:08 PM
THROUGH THE LENS A shot in the dark...
One of my most favorite things to shoot has been anything at night!
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REGGIE TALES Escape From D.C.
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A Chicago Transit Authority train collided with a standing train at a station in a western suburb of Chicago during Monday morning's rush hour, leaving at least 33 people injured, according to an official with the CTA.
The head of BNSF Railway says federal regulators will have to find a balance in creating incentives for railroads to upgrade to newer tanks cars while ensuring there’s enough old cars available to handle the huge volumes of Bakken oil being shipped by rail.
Amtrak's Empire Builder train was traveling from Seattle to Chicago with 326 passengers and crew members when it collided with the bulldozer at a private crossing about 9 miles west of Trenton on Monday evening.
A fiery and fatal train derailment earlier this month in Quebec, near the Maine border, highlighted the danger of moving oil by rail, a practice that has grown exponentially as a result of the oil boom and will continue to expand, experts say.
Canadian authorities said they have opened a criminal investigation into the fiery wreck of a runaway oil train in this small town as the death toll climbed to 15, with dozens more bodies feared buried in the burned-out ruins.
Traumatized survivors of an oil train derailment that wiped out the heart of a small town braced for more bad news as inspectors were finally cleared to enter the charred site and look for remains late Monday, more than two days after the disaster that killed at least 13 people.
Benjamin Shingler and Rob Gillies
, July 08, 2013
No one on the Amtrak would admit ownership of the unattended bag that Grand Forks police found in one of the cars on Friday at the train station west of town, so officers confiscated it, finding 12.5 pounds of pot, according to a police report.
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