Recently, some states have begun to operate statewide radio networks with varying levels of participation from police on the county and city levels. Some of them are:
Louisiana: LWIN Louisiana Wireless Information Network
Michigan: MPSCS Michigan Public Safety Communications System
Minnesota: ARMER 
Montana: Montana Statewide Interoperable Public Safety Radio System 
North Carolina: VIPER 
Ohio: MARCS - Multi-agency communications system
South Carolina: Palmetto 800
Wisconsin: WISCOM 
It is generally legal in the United States to listen to unencrypted police communications. However some states prohibit such listening within vehicles.
If a monolith falls over in the desert for no one to see or hear it, did it ever really happen? My answer is yes. I know it does because I can feel it. I can feel it in the air.
I can feel it in my hopes and dreams. I can feel it in the voices of my friends. I can feel it in the news. I can feel it in my mushrooms and my LSD. I can feel it in my soul.
I never felt it as strongly as I do now. Something happened. One day soon, I’ll be driving up the I-5 in the middle of the night and I’ll see a rectangular glow in the distance.
When this happens, I’ll throw my iPhone out the window and never look back. This is ARK 1.
Every other day, the artist would buy fresh blooms for his students to practice drawing. After repeating this lesson plan for nine years, he found himself enchanted by the individual personalities of flowers.