Miami Beach has a reputation for being Florida’s fashion capital. True to form, city employees will soon be outfitted with a new accessory – body-cameras.Read More →
Jim Gander’s local and state taxes will help pay for an $85 million expansion of the Mayo Civic Center. So will the heating and plumbing contractor get a shot at some of the 700 jobs spread over three years of the publicly funded project?
Not a chance, Gander says, blaming a project labor agreement, which city officials signed with organized labor.Read More →
The display of tactics and weaponry in Ferguson, Mo., has elevated the debate over militarization of local law enforcement.Read More →
After announcing that it is getting rid of its MRAP, the Albuquerque Police Department discloses that it plans to add two other tactical vehicles.Read More →
The Albuquerque Police Department is considering getting ride of its MRAP — the Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle it acquired from the federal government.Read More →
Can one person survive on just $77 a week? Former Gov. Ted Strickland and U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan are going to try.Read More →