Not everyone is convinced the tougher laws reduce fatalities. And some opponents say the laws are another example of government interference and can lead to racial profiling.
States and localities are interacting with the federal government differently under the new administration on matters of health care, immigration and a host of other issues.
“Not every city thinks this way. Not every city works this way.”
It's a problem that transcends the rural-urban divide.
Charmaine Yoest led an organization single-mindedly devoted to the cause of making state laws as pro-life as possible.
Near Mile 109 along the Seward Highway, watch out for people carrying water jugs running across the road.
How a planned community hub and garden is envisioned to help strengthen one of the nation’s most diverse neighborhoods.
City and county government leaders lament the uncertainty surrounding the federal budget.
Mere micrograms—the equivalent of a few grains of sugar—can be fatal.
The percentage of “disconnected youth” — 16- to 24-year-olds who are not in school or working — is now higher in rural areas than it is anywhere else.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Commuter pains worsen at New York’s Penn Station; S.C. Senate passes gas-tax increase; and invasive peacocks swarm neighborhood.