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Wisconsin Reinsurance Corporation
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Uninsured, unlicensed and unbuckled motorists accounted for tens of thousands of traffic convictions in Wisconsin in 2016, but — as usual — speeding was the clear No. 1 violation.

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D.C.-based appeals court struck down a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rule on Friday requiring recreational drone users to register their model aircraft with the federal government, in a major win for drone hobbyists.

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Bloomingdale battery company blames manufacturer for burning blinds
Publication Date 05/16/2017
Source: Chicago Tribune (IL)
May 16--First it was hoverboards. Then it was Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. The latest battery-powered product to pose a potential risk of fires and burns: motorized window coverings.

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The rain has stopped but the work has just begun. Floodwaters devastated and even destroyed homes, businesses, public recreation areas and roadways throughout Missouri. The cost of the damage is still being gathered but early estimates are as high as four to five million per county.

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March 28--Costs piled high for Polaris Industries last year as it tackled recall after recall of its recreational vehicles due to fire hazards.

The $4.5 billion Medina-based maker of motorcycles, snowmobiles and off-road/all-terrain four wheelers (ATVs) updated shareholders on the costs in its annual report, saying it paid $132 million in warranty costs and bolstered warranty reserves by another $194 million in 2016 as it tried to address claims and fix machines with potential fire hazards.

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With every part of an operation set on go, the farm shop is a critical switchboard of activity. To make everything work in lockstep, you need a central command center that has the flexibility to work around you as opposed to the other way around. This is becoming more important since farm machinery has gotten taller, wider and more computer savvy.

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A major wireless provider in Missouri is trying to curb smartphone usage by people behind the wheel. AT&T has collected over 14 million pledges on its “It Can Wait” website to fight against distracted driving.

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Missourians who sue a company, employer or physician will face more obstacles if a slew of bills making their way through the Missouri General Assembly become law.
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