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Fresno police, sheriff's deputies and California Highway Patrol officers arrived at the El Cazador Apartments complex around 6:30 p.m. on Cedar Avenue south of Shaw Avenue in search of the man. Botti said Wednesday that members of the Fresno HEAT (Help Eliminate Auto Theft) Task Force tried to stop the man at a nearby McDonald's parking lot on Shaw Avenue, west of Cedar, and that's when the man drove into the police cars and later fled with the unknown woman. K-9s were used to search for the man as a helicopter circled above. Officers in tactical gear later walked into the complex and found the man, who was believed to be armed. No weapons were found on him, Botti said. His name was not provided. At one point, anyone leaving the complex by car had their vehicles searched as police looked for the man. (n was found hiding behind a dumpster after running from police. Who was the woman with him?)
Honolulu. He says he has given presentations to Toronto, New York City, Milwaukee and Newport Beach, California. While many places show interest in investing in trash wheel technology, Lindquist says the biggest challenge is disposing of hundreds of dumpsters of collected waste. Lindquist says the Healthy Harbor Initiative is about “engaging people in the restoration of the harbor,” and Mr. Trash Wheel has put a face to that effort. “He’s really become the mascot now for the restoration of the Baltimore Harbor,” he says. “If you care about clean water in the harbor, you know who Mr. Trash Wheel is, and you follow him on social media.” ... (ltimore trash wheel cleans harbor, engages community)
A machine used to recycle paper caught fire at Tesla’s Fremont, California, campus last night. It was just the latest in a series of unfortunate events for the beleaguered company. In recent months, Tesla has faced criticism for mass layoffs, the erratic behavior of its CEO, Elon Musk, and its inability to hit self-imposed production targets. Analysts believe that due to its current struggles, the company could be in trouble without a capital injection by the end of the year — something Musk says the company has no plans to pursue. But yesterday, Tesla went from a figurative dumpster fire to a literal one after a cardboard baling machine overheated, sparking a fire on the south side of the company’s campus. Production was not affected, according to a Tesla spokeswoman. She said: Last night, the structure outside our factory that houses the cardboard and other wood and paper products that are being recycled caught fire. The blaze is the latest in a series of fires at Tesla’s Fremont plant. The last happened earlier this month, acc... (sla factory becomes literal dumpster fire after recycling machinery goes up in flames)
E&P, "I think it is quite appropriate." His opinion was shared by then dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California at Berkeley, Orville Schell, who said, "One has to admire the enterprise of someone willing to do this sort of research." The current online dialogue around the article is almost unanimously positive—minus some grousing that a 16-year-old article is being discussed at all. "This is an outragous stunt," Barton Gellman tweeted today. "I approve." "Many of the deficiencies in Fourth Amendment jurisprudence can be traced to the feeling of powerful people that the government's surveillance powers are unlikely to be turned against them," another tweet by Jameel Jaffer followed. "Today in why we have to save alt weeklies," Carter Sherman also tweeted with a link to the story. (Willamette Week)
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —The state of California is looking to crack down on water wasters and make saving water a way of life -- no matter how much it rains.California’s restrictions on water use in September were effective. As a result, the state saw a 15 percent drop in water use.AdvertisementBut those emergency regulations expire on Sunday -- and that means no state enforcement until new rules can be put in place. The State Water Resources Control Board announced Tuesday it wants to make those restrictions permanent.“Overwatering your lawn: it's not helping your lawn at all, (it) isn't cool anymore,” said Felicia Marcus, chair of the State Water Resources Control Board.But it’s not just abusing your sprinklers. The state is also considering permanent prohibitions on:Watering concrete sidewalksWashing your car without a shutoff nozzleServing water at restaurants“Should we require restaurants to have people ask for water?” Marcus asked. “Should we have all hotels give people the option of not having their sheets washed e... (KCRA Sacramento)