Bucks' Sterling Brown Sues City Of Milwaukee Over Stun-Gun ArrestFormer SMU guard and current Milwaukee Bucks player Sterling Brown has filed a lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee and its police department.
Milwaukee Chief Apologizes For Arrest Of Bucks Guard Sterling BrownThe Milwaukee police chief apologized to former SMU student-athlete and current Bucks guard Sterling Brown for a January arrest that started with a parking ticket and ended with the use of a stun gun.
Badly Parked Toy Leads To Big Surprise For Little GirlAs a Texas mom was leaving for work, she discovered her daughter's tricycle had been tagged with one of those orange, "abandoned vehicle" stickers.
Fraud Alert: That Parking Ticket Could Be A ScamGot a parking ticket on your windshield, or a notice in the mail, when you thought you were parking legally? One consumer advocate suggests you investigate before you pay.
Texas Warrant Roundup Gets Underway This WeekendLaw enforcement officials across Texas will be out in force starting Saturday morning for the 'Great Warrant Roundup.'
Man Gets $128 Ticket For Leaving Car Running In DrivewayOne cold morning Nick Taylor drove to pickup his girlfriend. Like many people do, he left his car unlocked and running to warm it up. When he came back there was a piece of paper tucked under the wiper.
Displaced Drivers Getting Hit Where It Hurts“It’s like sharks swarming in the sea,” said Tammy Camp, a driver who has been displaced. “I don’t think that’s right. I don’t think that’s fair.”
Texas Man Surprised By Notice For 12 Year Old Parking TicketWhen Brian Luenser got a letter from a collection company for a parking ticket, he thought surely it was a mistake. He always pays his tickets promptly. "But then I looked a little closer and I saw that it was January 7 of 2003," he said.
High-Dollar Fine For 14-Inch Handicapped Parking MistakeA $500 fine for a 14-inch mistake. That’s what happened to a North Texas woman who pulled into a handicap parking spot, with a permit, and left the wheels of her vehicle over the line.
Fort Worth Contemplates Citation BacklogThe City of Fort Worth is trying to figure out what to do with 670,000 old citations. Some are nearly two decades old. The citations are for traffic tickets or code compliance violations.