Sunday, January 21, 2018
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Georgia Ports Authority marks busiest June, record year.

Georgia Ports Authority marks busiest June, record year.

SAVANNAH, Ga. — At its July board meeting, the Georgia Ports Authority reported record fiscal year results and approved the purchase of six new ship-to-shore cranes.

How smugglers use trucks with sometimes deadly results

How smugglers use trucks with sometimes deadly results

CHICAGO — It could take months for investigators to determine what preceded the deaths of at least 10 people found with dozens of ailing individuals in a tractor-trailer discovered outside a Walmart in San Antonio, Texas, in what authorities are calling an immigrant-smuggling attempt gone wrong.

10 now confirmed dead in human-smuggling incident at San Antonio

10 now confirmed dead in human-smuggling incident at San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO — At least 10 people died after being crammed into a sweltering tractor-trailer found parked outside a Walmart in the midsummer Texas heat, victims of what authorities said on Sunday was an immigrant-smuggling attempt gone wrong.

Arizona ports of entry improve CMVs' experience, seeing more business

Arizona ports of entry improve CMVs' experience, seeing more business

PHOENIX — Just a year after beginning a study to determine how to improve efficiency and consistency at Arizona’s three primary international ports of entry, Arizona Department of Transportation officials already are seeing improvements that make the state a more attractive route for commercial carriers.

Port security in light of biological, radiological hazards top priority, says Homeland chief

Port security in light of biological, radiological hazards top priority, says Homeland chief

ABOARD THE COAST GUARD CUTTER ASPEN — Security at shipping ports around the U.S., including testing containers and vessels for biological and radiological hazards, is a top priority to preventing terrorism, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Thursday.

Assembly Republicans accept Wis. Gov. Scott Walker’s offer on roads but Senate not sure

Assembly Republicans accept Wis. Gov. Scott Walker’s offer on roads but Senate not sure

MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to give up on $200 million in proposed income tax cuts and instead use the money to help pay for roads won approval by Assembly Republicans on Thursday, but the Senate is still not fully on board.

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