As the total number of distracted driving crashes continue to rise, 68 people died in the state last year due to wrecks blamed on inattentive drivers.
Helping citizens build smarter communities through GIS technology the can help spur innovation, form connections and ultimately lead to action.
Liberal mayors see the Republican nominee’s rhetoric as a threat to their diversity and inclusivity.
In a guest article, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown discusses how his city is harnessing data and empowering citizens to improve their community and government.
Arkansas, Oregon and Washington state checked in with top economic gains in the first quarter of the year, at 3.9 percent, new data show.
The Flint water crisis grabbed headlines, but paint, rather than drinking water, remains the main source of lead poisoning in the U.S.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: N.C. government retirees want better benefits; a California town faces the latest algae bloom; and the search for an author's treasure triggers emergency response
The shelter addresses alternative housing and health and human services needs.
The District of Columbia has embarked on an aggressive clean-energy plan, but a big challenge will be making sure it doesn't worsen existing inequalities.
Prosecutors on Wednesday dropped charges against three police officers, meaning no one will face criminal penalties in the April 2015 death of the Baltimore man.
“America will be weaker if we don’t start fixing our roads and our bridges and our ports and our airports,” Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn said Tuesday.