California routinely leads the nation in dollars raised and spent to pass or kill ballot propositions, and the trend is spreading to other states.
“We took the pipe to three times its current design standard, and it continued to convey water,” according to a Cornell University researcher.
“You have to prove to people you understand it’s their money and you’re spending it wisely,” says Delaware Gov. Jack Markell.
Landmark collaboration to provide landscape-level approach to protecting wildlife habitat
Kevin Johnson, the Sacramento mayor and former NBA player, punched a man in the face after being hit with a pie.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Cancer-causing metal in New Jersey water systems; South Dakota city leaders spar in meeting; and Florida’s new invasive species discovery.
The family of Keith Lamont Scott, who was shot and killed by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer Tuesday, wants video of the incident publicly released.
Across the country, 39 percent of rural residents and 50 percent of the lowest-income residents lack access to high-speed internet.
Governor Rick Scott declared victory over the virus in a small Miami neighborhood and businesses rejoiced—but nearby, two people had recently become infected.
Three simultaneous pilots testing affordable broadband technology in tens of thousands of homes is what’s envisioned in the heart of Silicon Valley.
A nationwide poll provides insights into a continuing trend about trust in U.S. city halls and state capitals.