Virginia Beach Helps Chesapeake Replace Traffic Signs After Major Fire | Wtkr.com

(WTKR) After a massive fire destroyed a Chesapeake storage building, the City of Virginia Beach Public Works Department took action to help replace lost trafficsigns. TheNovember 19th fire off Executive Blvd.destroyed theChesapeakePublic Works storage building. That building stored more than 80% of Chesapeakes new sign inventory. After the fire, Chesapeake Public Works rented some signs and also purchased a large number from Virginia Beach through the Regional Resource Sharing Program. We got an email from one of the gentlemen over in their traffic management shop asking if we could mass produce hundreds of signs that were lost in the fire, explained Frank Hickman with Virginia Beach Public Works.
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Florida may be going on a bear hunt in 2015 | Tampa Bay Times

Complaints about bears to the state wildlife commission’s hotline have been growing.

Examples include the Zero-Day initiative backed by Tipping Point, a unit of Hewlett-Packard. Last year, Google launched its own effort, Project Zero , hiring a team devoted to rooting out and fixing holes in software that touch the Internet. Often vulnerabilities remain unknown to the company that created it. When exploited by a skilled hacker, Zero-Day vulnerabilities can be useful in gaining initial access to large systems, essentially creating a beachhead that can be used to mount larger-scale intrusions, theft and the destruction of data. Information about Zero-Days is often bought and sold in undergroundmarketplaces specializing in computer crime.
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Here’s What Helped Sony’s Hackers Break In: Zero-Day Vulnerability

By the time the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service considered listing them in 1992, federal officials conceded the bear could very well be headed for extinction, but said they didn’t have money or time to deal with the question right away. Meanwhile, animal welfare activists capitalized on the public outrage over the game commissioners’ dead bear by mounting a campaign to ban bear hunting everywhere. In 1994, the commission bowed to public opinion and banned hunting in the rest of the state. In recent years, though, complaints about bears have come flooding into the wildlife commission’s hotline bears lolling in hot tubs, bears relaxing in hammocks, bears breaking into storage sheds. In 2005, the number of complaints was 1,913.
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RIVERSIDE: Car club resurrected to help the community – Press Enterprise

16, 2015 Updated: Jan. 18, 2015 6:32 p.m. ABOUT THE CLUB Founded: 1959 Reactivated: 2014 Meetings: 4 p.m.
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