Federal court oks warrantless cell phone tracking by police

 

Justin Carrizales, a Creighton junior from Chicago, said he expects the Turning Point chapter at the school to have a dozen members initially.

Justin Carrizales, a Creighton junior from Chicago, said he expects the Turning Point chapter at the school to have a dozen members initially.

A student’s application to start a conservative club at Creighton University has won approval after he failed to gain the university’s endorsement on two previous attempts.

Federal court oks warrantless cell phone tracking by police

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Justin Carrizales, a Creighton junior from Chicago, said he expects the Turning Point chapter at the school to have a dozen members initially.

Justin Carrizales, a Creighton junior from Chicago, said he expects the Turning Point chapter at the school to have a dozen members initially.

A student’s application to start a conservative club at Creighton University has won approval after he failed to gain the university’s endorsement on two previous attempts.

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In a stunning defeat for Allstate Insurance Company, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in a 16 page ruling that a class action lawsuit involving 800 Allstate employees in California who alleged that Allstate had a practice or unofficial policy of requiring its claim adjusters to work unpaid off-the-clock overtime in violation of California law may move forward.

Perez, according to one employee, said "I hate all white people" as he described a conflict with a past boss. Everyone turned to the only white gardener in the room, James Duffy.

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has issued a ruling in a long-running dispute between environmentalists and Los Angeles County over a plan to dig out decades of accumulated sediment behind a critical flood control dam.

Judge James Chalfant ruled Tuesday afternoon that the county’s report was deficient in describing the environmental impacts of a massive dam clearance project at Devil’s Gate Dam in Pasadena. The ruling means that the Board of Supervisors’ 2104 approval of the sediment removal project was overturned, said attorney Mitchell Tsai, representing the environmental groups.

The Pasadena Audubon Society and the Arroyo Seco Foundation sued the county in 2014 to reduce the scope of the sediment removal to about half that amount and to take more time to accomplish the job. They argued the plan would result in major damage to wildlife habitat and disrupt surrounding communities with truck traffic.