Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: N.Y.C. gets more details about long-term subway closure; and PETA vs. Billings Parks and Recreation
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Chicago is expanding its bikeshare program into disadvantaged communities, increasing cost-effective access to jobs and educational opportunities.
Young college graduates are stemming population losses and transforming old neighborhoods in some Rust Belt cities.
Police organizations want a ban on such equipment repealed for officer safety, but killings of police are actually at an all-time low.
“I wish I had this tool when I was a local health officer,” says the co-director of the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Program at the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
The city plans to prohibit some employers from asking job applicants about their criminal record.
It’s easy to forget just how large Los Angeles is—not the City of Los Angeles, mind you, the County of Los Angeles.
Also in our State and Local Weekend News Digest: No THC in Colo. water supply; feds rebuff Arkansas TANF request; and advocating for mental health reform in Minnesota.
Western states like Washington are walking a line between preserving wolves as an endangered species and helping ranchers control them.
The league will move the 2017 All-Star Game because of the law.