- NY uses radar to end wrong-way threat on Thruway Updated: Dec-04-13 1:58 pm
- Department of Natural Resources invests in cameras Updated: Nov-24-13 4:38 pm
- Carriers reject kill switch for stolen smartphones Updated: Nov-19-13 11:22 pm
- Pa. bill to expand police recorder use advances Updated: Nov-19-13 2:46 pm
- KC tickets down 30 percent since move to e-devices Updated: Nov-16-13 3:16 pm
- Police issuing fewer tickets to drivers on phones Updated: Nov-14-13 9:19 am
ALBANY, New York - Radar, flashy LED signs, and text alerts to drivers' cellphones and local police are part of New York's new, high-tech effort to combat wrong-way crashes on the state Thruway.
GAINESVILLE, Georgia - Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials say body-mounted cameras for police officers in its law enforcement branch were a good investment.
SAN FRANCISCO - Samsung Electronics, the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer, has proposed installing a built-in anti-theft measure known as a "kill switch" that would render stolen or lost phones inoperable, but the nation's biggest carriers have rejected the idea, according to San Francisco's top prosecutor.
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A bill is advancing in the Pennsylvania state Senate that would allow police officers to use recording devices more broadly without court approval.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - Kansas City police have been issuing considerably fewer citations since the department swapped paper ticket books for electronic devices.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Motorists who are caught for a second or third time texting or talking on a cellphone are dodging tickets because police don't have the technology to easily ticket them and are using discretion in enforcing a new law, state police say.