NYC's Most Lucrative Fire Hydrant Earns The City $33,000 a Year

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The fire hydrant. For decades, it has been feared by any New York City driver who dares to venture out without a tape measure. If your car comes within 15 feet of a hydrant, the next thing you know you may be at the tow pound, picking it up with a several hundred dollar bill. » 5/01/14 3:53pm 5/01/14 3:53pm

How To Find The Sweet Spot When Booking A Vacation

Conventional wisdom says booking a vacation yourself will save you a lot of money—but conventional wisdom isn't always right. New (and old) methods of booking travel can save money in ways that weren't possible just five years ago, so we decided to find out: In 2012, what's the cheapest, most efficient way to book a… » 8/02/12 12:30pm 8/02/12 12:30pm

Michigan Police Officer Writes 2,400 Tickets, Gets $21,562 In Overtime…

A police officer in Warren, Michigan has gotten himself caught in the crosshairs of the local television investigators for reaping $21,562 in overtime, partially due to the court time he had to put in for the 2,400 tickets he wrote. According to the investigators, Officer David Kanapsky spends a lot of time in court… » 2/27/08 4:45pm 2/27/08 4:45pm