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A selection of news segements and video clips that arent classifiable by topic or don't have their own topic pages from 2017.

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9 January 2017 (12:20AM)
Personal Transportation Becoming More Affordable
George Putic, VOA News
Cities in the U.S. are becoming more pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly. As drivers learn how to take better care of people in traffic not protected with metal shells, streets are getting safer for the so-called personal transportation devices. This year’s Consumer Electronics Show featured a number of affordable battery-powered vehicles suitable for bike paths and even for ordinary pavements. VOA’s George Putic reports from Las Vegas.
Download Personal Transportation Becoming More Affordable - 59.1MB - 2:50
19 January 2017 (12:04AM)
Electric-Powered Motorcycle Travels Around the World
Deborah Block, VOA News
A group of university students in the Netherlands hope a motorcycle they built themselves will take the world by storm. They collaborated on their new Storm Wave bike by putting it together piece by piece, and then drove it for 80 days around the world. As we hear from VOA’s Deborah Block, the idea was to raise awareness of electric-powered vehicles.
Download Electric-Powered Motorcycle Travels Around the World - 36.5MB - 1:56
12 January 2017
15-55479 Lamya Brewster v. Charlie Beck
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Appeal from the district court's dismissal of an action alleging that the City of Los Angeles' policy of enforcing state Vehicle Code section 14602.6 (which permits impounds of vehicles for 30 days) violates plaintiff's Fourth Amendment rights.
Download 15-55479 Lamya Brewster v. Charlie Beck - 445MB - 50:38
6 February 2017 (6:30PM)
US-Supplied Armored Vehicles in Syria Aid Fight Against IS
Zana Omar, VOA News
US-supplied armored vehicles are on the Syrian battlefield as U.S. backed Syrian Democratic Forces launched an offensive aimed at encircling the Islamic State (IS) de facto capital of Raqqa. VOA’s Zana Omar reports.
Download US-Supplied Armored Vehicles in Syria Aid Fight Against IS - 14.0MB - 0:42
8 February 2017
15-55846 Jerolyn Sackman v. City of Los Angeles
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Jerolyn Sackman appeals from the district court's Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6) dismissal of her 42 U.S.C. § 1983 challenging the application of a Los Angeles City ordinance prohibiting parking in one location continuously for 72 hours.
Download 15-55846 Jerolyn Sackman v. City of Los Angeles - 220MB - 28:15
8 February 2017
15-55869 Foremost Ins. Co. Grand Rapids v. Jimmy Enriquez
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Jimmy Enriquez appeals, and Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids cross appeals, the district court's judgment in Foremost's diversity insurance coverage action for declaratory relief.
Download 15-55869 Foremost Ins. Co. Grand Rapids v. Jimmy Enriquez - 237MB - 32:25
15 February 2017
14-17220 Jesse Kalberer v. American Family Mutual Ins. Co
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Jesse Kalberer appeals the district court's summary judgment in favor of American Family Mutual Insurance Company in a diversity insurance coverage action, alleging that American Family acted in bad faith in its handling of an underlying action.
Download 14-17220 Jesse Kalberer v. American Family Mutual Ins. Co - 380MB - 33:07
20 February 2017 (9:11AM)
How to Fight Air Pollution
George Putic, VOA News
With electricity-powered transportation still in its infancy, many of the world’s megacities continue to fight the air pollution, mostly coming from cars’ exhaust pipes. Experts say the best tactic is to avoid the worst polluted zones and spend more time in cleaner air areas. Two startup companies are striving to help people find such places. VOA’s George Putic reports.
Download US-Supplied Armored Vehicles in Syria Aid Fight Against IS - 57.2MB - 2:12
23 February 2017
14-15683 Joshua Nakagawa v. County of Maui
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Joshua Nakagawa and Anthony Lum-John appeal from the district court's summary judgment in their 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action alleging that County of Maui police officers used excessive force against them.
Download 14-15683 Joshua Nakagawa v. County of Maui - 131MB - 12:14
6 March 2017
15-55848 Robin Winger v. City of Garden Grove
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Robin Winger appeals from the district court's summary judgment in her 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action alleging that City of Garden Grove police officers and EMTs were deliberately indifferent to her medical needs after she suffered a stroke while driving.
Download 15-55848 Robin Winger v. City of Garden Grove - 329MB - 34:22
9 March 2017
13-55837 Deepak Vohra v. City of Placentia
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Deepak Vohra appeals from the district court's summary judgment in his 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action alleging that after he protested an improper traffic ticket, he suffered a retaliatory traffic arrest by a City of Placentia police officer.
Download 13-55837 Deepak Vohra v. City of Placentia - 206MB - 21:23
9 March 2017
15-55458 Stacy Drayton v. Stephen Scallon
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Stacy Drayton appeals from the district court's judgment, entered following a jury trial, in his 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action against Los Angeles Police Department officers alleging they used excessive force against him.
Download 15-55458 Stacy Drayton v. Stephen Scallon - 233MB - 23:41
9 March 2017
15-56486 Sei Kim v. Peerless Insurance Company
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Sei Kim appeals the district court's summary judgment in favor of Truck Insurance Exchange and Peerless Insurance Company in Kim's diversity insurance coverage action seeking to recover an underlying $4 million stipulated judgment.
Download 15-56486 Sei Kim v. Peerless Insurance Company - 384MB - 43:02
10 March 2017
15-35830 Lymon Henson v. Mark Nooth
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
An appeal from a habeas corpus petition challenging a jury conviction for manslaughter and other crimes.
Download 15-35830 Lymon Henson v. Mark Nooth - 201MB - 20:37
14 March 2017
15-15605 Jennifer Donovan v. J. Phillips
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Jennifer Donovan appeals from the district court's summary judgment in her 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action alleging that police officers used excessive force against her during a traffic stop.
Download 15-15605 Jennifer Donovan v. J. Phillips - 186MB - 20:40
18 March 2017 (0:20AM)
How to Optimize School Bus Networks
George Putic, VOA News
Each day in the United States hundreds of thousands of yellow-painted buses carry millions of children to schools and back home. Scientists at the University of Maryland are developing algorithms that can help transport students more efficiently. VOA's George Putic reports.
Download How to Optimize School Bus Networks - 46.4MB - 2:11
8 March 2017 (2:33AM)
Immigrant Cabbies Talk about Travel Restrictions
Carolyn Presutti, VOA News
President Trump signed a new, more limited travel ban on six predominantly Muslim countries which revises the previous executive order he signed in January that led to legal challenges and chaos at the nation's airports. Immigrants in the U.S. are speaking out about the travel ban and VOA's Carolyn Presutti has this sample of opinion.
Download Immigrant Cabbies Talk about Travel Restrictions - 53.0MB - 2:36
7 April 2017
15-56622 Silvia Fletes v. City of San Diego
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Silvia Fletes appeals from the district court's summary judgment in her 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action alleging that police officers used deadly force against her when she was a passenger in a car involved in a high-speed chase.
Download 15-56622 Silvia Fletes v. City of San Diego - 218MB - 25:13
19 April 2017
15-16429 Owner-Operator Ind. Drivers v. Richard Corey
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Appeal from the district court's dismissal, for lack of jurisdiction, of an action brought under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 challenging the constitutionality of a California State regulation known as the Truck and Bus Regulation.
Download 15-16429 Owner-Operator Ind. Drivers v. Richard Corey - 86.6MB - 20:19
29 April 2017 (11:26PM)
EV Manufacturers Expect Surge in Demand
George Putic, VOA News
Despite lingering anxiety over their range, interest in electric cars is rising, especially in industrialized countries. Manufacturers say they are improving the mileage by building more charging stations, but the industry is still waiting for a major breakthrough in battery technology. VOA’s George Putic reports.
Download EV Manufacturers Expect Surge in Demand - 66.5MB - 2:20
10 May 2017
14-35925 Vernie Reed, Jr. v. City of Tacoma
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Vernie Reed appeals from the district court's summary judgment in his 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action alleging that City of Tacoma police officer Bret Terwilliger violated his Fourth Amendment rights by using excessive force during a traffic stop.
Download 14-35925 Vernie Reed, Jr. v. City of Tacoma - 66.5MB - 21:34
12 May 2017 (11:21PM)
Is Human Behavior Impeding Self-Driving Cars?
George Putic, VOA News
Most technology experts agree that self-driving cars will soon finish the testing phase and enter the commercial market, probably as taxis and delivery vehicles. But some of them wonder if the cars’ artificial brains will be able to cope with the human propensity to bend the traffic rules. VOA’s George Putic reports.
Download Is Human Behavior Impeding Self-Driving Cars? - 52.7MB - 2:14
15 May 2017
16-16269 CREEC v. Hospitality Properties Trust
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
An appeal from the denial of a motion to certify a class in an action under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Download 16-16269 CREEC v. Hospitality Properties Trust - 548MB - 35:29
19 May 2017 (7:39PM)
Navy Veteran Arrested In New York Crash Was Likely Intoxicated
Zlatica Hoke, VOA News
Authorities in New York say a deadly car crash Thursday in the city's iconic Times Square could not be linked to terrorism. A suspect who was arrested for slamming into a crowd of pedestrians was likely intoxicated. Witnesses were rattled by the incident, but still went on with their business as usual. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports.
Download Navy Veteran Arrested In New York Crash Was Likely Intoxicated - 67.6MB - 2:20




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