This device may or may not catch you running a red light in Dallas. Let's talk (some more) about red light cameras, the subject of a report released today by the Texas Public Interest Research Group (TexPIRG), a watchdog organization that researches various subjects of public importance.
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Sam MertenWe're trying to imagine how the conversation between Willis Johnson (right) and Ryan Evans (left) went as Johnson, one of the mayor's close advisers, lobbied Evans on behalf of his wife's company. Thanks to Mayor Tom Leppert's push for a lobbyist registration ordinance, we're now pr ... More >>
Courtesy Southwest AirlinesFortune just posted its list of the World's Most Admired Companies -- at least, admired by the other bidness folks surveyed by the magazine. Five Dallas-based companies made the list of 363, and they are, in alphabetical order: AT&T, Brinker International, Centex, Sout ... More >>
First thing yesterday we noted 192nd Civil District Court Judge Craig Smith's ruling in the red-light camera case in which a plaintiff claimed Affiliated Computer Services doesn't have the legal right to act as a law-enforcement agency. This morning, we received a statement from Frank Librio, spokes ... More >>
One more follow-up to the red-light camera ruling: Moments ago, Kevin Lightfoot, vice president of corporate communications for Affiliated Computer Services, shot us his company's statement concerning 192nd Civil District Court Judge Craig Smith's order of November 19. Lightfoot also provides an upd ... More >>