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While city debates, community expands own surveillance system
KOMO-TV
While the city is embroiled in a debate about public safety versus personal privacy when it comes to surveillance cameras, one Seattle neighborhood has taken it upon itself to install a communitywide, privately owned security system.
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The prisoner suicide puzzle
The Atlantic
Three inmates in Washington, D.C.'s city jail have killed themselves in the last two months. Add in a fourth, who took his own life in November, and that's a staggering figure for a lock-up system that hadn't previously seen a suicide in three years.
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Increased St. Louis City Fire rating causes spike in residents' insurance
KMOV-TV
The ISO rating for the St. Louis City Fire District is higher than it should be which is forcing resident's homeowners insurance to rise. The city received a two instead of a one meaning higher rates for city residents. The rating is given based on things like water supply and how quickly the department responds to emergencies.
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Municipal workers 'beg' Houston to lower health insurance cost
KRIV-TV
VideoBriefFor rank and file municipal workers it was the deepest kind of cut — the kind that clips hard at a paycheck and cleans out savings. In February, Houston Mayor Annise Parker lifted health insurance premiums by nearly 15 percent and drastically raised co-pays and deductibles across the board. Five months later, city employees are struggling to meet their medical costs.
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New crew may not be insurable
The Republic via AZCentral.com
Rebuilding the Granite Mountain Hotshots team could make Prescott uninsurable, a city official said recently. Prescott, which is now insured through a pool that covers many smaller Arizona municipalities, already faces an almost-certain increase in insurance premiums because of the cost of paying out benefits to the families of the firefighters who died in the Yarnell Hill Fire.
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Liability concerns raised about Park Ridge, Ill., police doing charity plane pull
Chicago Tribune
A 20-member team from the Park Ridge Police Department, near Chicago, planned to compete in a "plane pull" Sept. 21 at O'Hare International Airport to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics Illinois, but Mayor David Schmidt has concerns that may force them to pull out.
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