‘Traffic lights and police cars’ cause graffiti highway cameras

A pair of traffic lights on Interstate 29 are causing an increased number of graffiti cameras on the interstate.

“Traffic is a problem and that’s why we need cameras,” said Officer Jason Bortolotti.

He said the cameras are often used to stop illegal activity or to ticket drivers.

“It’s not a good thing that people are out there committing vandalism,” he said.

“We’ve seen people vandalizing vehicles and stealing the vehicles.”

Police have noticed that the graffiti cameras are becoming a bigger problem.

“They’ve gotten to be a lot more aggressive,” said Borto.

The vandalism has also made it onto the road in the area of the cameras.

“I’m really concerned about the people that are out here vandalizing the cars,” said Kaleb Johnson.

“This has really turned me off to being around cars,” he added.

We caught up with Johnson who said he thinks the cameras can help to make the area safer.

“You know, when you see people vandalize, you’re like, ‘What the heck is going on?'”

Johnson said.

Johnson said he hopes that police will not take away his right to walk his dog and walk his bike, as long as they keep the cameras off the highway.

Obama: ‘We are the most important country on Earth’ for world’s biggest oil producer

The U.S. and China are the two most important oil producers in the world, and the Obama administration is determined to make sure that both countries have a significant role in the oil industry and global supply chains, Vice President Joe Biden said Friday.

China is one of the world’s top oil producers, and its economic importance will be greatly diminished if America leaves the Paris Agreement, Biden said during a press conference in China.

“China is the largest economy in the Asia Pacific region, and our relationship with China is the strongest in the history of our nation,” Biden said.

“If we leave the Paris agreement, we will be on the road to China becoming the world leader in the production of oil and gas.”

China and the U.K. are not part of the Paris Climate Accord, which was signed in December and aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 and to phase out fossil fuel use by 2025.

The U.N. climate chief said he wants to see a global agreement in Paris in December that could result in the U,S.

moving to phase-out fossil fuel subsidies, but he also said he would like to see China and other countries join.

“I am not going to take sides in the Paris negotiations, but I am convinced that China and India and other nations in the region will want to be part of a solution,” Biden added.

“If you look at the energy that’s being generated and how quickly it’s going, I’m not sure that you can ever say that we’re not going be able to do it.”

The U.-China deal is the centerpiece of Biden’s pivot to Asia.

It is a key part of President Donald Trump’s efforts to modernize his global strategy, which is focused on promoting American manufacturing, economic growth and the American middle class.

Biden is also pressing for a deal on trade, saying he believes the U-S.

should have more trade deals with other countries.

He said he supports the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement that would have included countries such as Japan and South Korea.

He said he also supports the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), a trade deal that has been largely criticized by environmental groups.

China has a large trade surplus with the U., and it has been seeking to gain a greater share of that trade.

The Obama administration, however, has said that it will not be able, under the Paris accord, to make any significant changes to its trade policies, and it will be reviewing the deal, including its provisions for greenhouse gas reductions, under President-elect Donald Trump.

‘It’s a shame this is happening’: Texas lawmakers want to put a stop to Uber, Lyft drivers

Texas lawmakers are proposing new rules to curb the growing number of ride-hailing companies operating in the state.

The legislation is set to be heard Wednesday.

The proposal comes as Texas, one of the fastest-growing ride-sharing states, faces a shortage of available drivers for Uber, which has become an increasing threat to existing taxi and limo businesses.

Uber drivers in the Lone Star State have faced increasing attacks from taxi unions and state regulators who are seeking to impose more stringent regulations on the company.

Texas has about 2,600 licensed limo companies, with some driving to and from major festivals like the Super Bowl.

While Uber and Lyft have largely been shut out of Texas, the companies have also begun operating in other states, including Florida and Arizona.

The new regulations would impose a fee of $250 per trip and a ban on the vehicles in the business that include “any vehicle used as a vehicle for the transportation of passengers or passengers for compensation,” according to the proposed legislation.

“It’s hard to see any other ride-share services that are doing well in Texas,” said state Sen. David Simpson, who represents the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

“This is an industry that is thriving, and if they want to do business in the region, they’re going to have to comply with regulations.”

A Lyft spokesperson told Ars the company is looking into the proposal.