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  • Florida infant rescued by roadside CPR
    Fla. infant is saved after incredible roadside CPR given by aunt and strangers
    A Florida aunt and a concerned motorist are being hailed with saving the life of the woman's five-month-old nephew, after the infant fell unconscious and stopped breathing while the aunt was driving along a busy Miami highway on Thursday.A...
  • Stranded Motorists receive help
    Good for nothing
    The Atlanta metro still has people who are willing to go the extra mile, still good neighbors. I actually am acquainted with my neighbors, especially the ones who relocated after Hurricane Katrina. We’ve shared the bounties of our gardens...
  • Motorists were given a gift when pulled over for speeding
    Motorists were given a gift when pulled over for speeding on Christmas Day
    According to ABC News on Dec. 26, motorists in Melbourne, Florida were given a special gift when they were pulled over by police officers for speeding on Christmas Day.Traffic officers wanted to spread holiday cheer, so they gave scratch-off...
  • National Grandparenting Examiner
    Halloween safety first, then fun
    Parents and grandparents are the go-to’s when it comes to their kids’ safety and it’s no different on Halloween. In addition to following the proper precautions when selecting the right costume and instructions on treats, Triple...
  • City testing mobile camera systems
    City testing mobile camera systems
    A motorist advisory has been issued by the Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) that there will be temporary testing of speed camera equipment at four locations during a month-long evaluation of technologies.City officials are...
  • Commuter Tax
    Commuter Tax Floated by Legislator
    Chicago Alderman Roderick Sawyer (6th) said he was thinking out loud at City Hall recently when his "commuter tax" suggestion went viral."I was making some suggestions on how the city could generate additional revenue to address our...
  • Payment plans
    Payment plans for motorists not easy
    Debra Lee is still catching the bus to work after losing her car six years ago for unpaid parking tickets owed to the city of Chicago.The 34 year-old single mother tried to enter into a payment plan but could not come up with the required 25...