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“We took the pipe to three times its current design standard, and it continued to convey water,” according to a Cornell University researcher.
A West Virginia city at the epicenter of the nation’s opioid epidemic finds all its efforts to battle the scourge still fall short.
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Several legal experts say the settlement awarded to Sandra Bland’s family could potentially yield substantive jail changes.
“Using drone technology we can do it in a matter of minutes, versus a matter of hours or days, and redirect human resources to other facets of the utility,” according to City Manager Harry Black.
Mayors are using an unusual tool to address issues like environmental stewardship and public safety: public art.
A federal appeals court says the secretary of state violated the National Voting Rights Act when he moved to clean up voter rolls.
California routinely leads the nation in dollars raised and spent to pass or kill ballot propositions, and the trend is spreading to other states.
“You have to prove to people you understand it’s their money and you’re spending it wisely,” says Delaware Gov. Jack Markell.