The long-delayed JUSTIS project is supposed to link The City’s public safety departments using one computer network. But more than a decade after the plan was put into motion, the Sheriff’s Department is the sole user of the system.
The Giants go on the road and score 13 runs in one game, 15 in another. Then, they return home and it’s the same agony of low-scoring, one-run wins or losses. They scored six runs Wednesday night — but it took them 14 innings.
What’s going on here?
Steve McCallion, the president of Chrome Industries, joined the company at the beginning of the year. McCallion’s work with Chrome’s latest bag series, the Salvage Series, encompasses what the company is all about — taking the toughest materials, including Army tents, and making bags that can withstand anything thrown at them.
Assuming President Barack Obama and congressional leaders do reach a deal on the debt limit, taxpayers should carefully assess both the spending and revenue sides of the resulting federal budget.
Politicians will likely herald the revenue “enhancers” in the agreement as the most significant. But that’s the wrong way to look at a problem that’s fundamentally a product of the federal government spending too much, not taxing too little.
At a news conference Monday, the morning after a BART police officer shot and killed a knife-wielding man at the Civic Center station, BART police Chief Kenton Rainey was asked whether the officer and his partner had followed BART’s new training protocols and acted appropriately.
At this stage of 2007’s presidential campaign cycle, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney had raised $44 million — more than any other Republican candidate.
Circumstantial evidence is apparently dead in U.S. courts, if the verdict in the Casey Anthony trial is any indication. An Orlando, Fla., jury found Anthony not guilty of either first-degree murder, manslaughter or child abuse in the death of her daughter, Caylee Anthony, three years ago.