The personal financial holdings of candidates for state office and elected officials are often vague and hard to get.
When a disaster like a large earthquake strikes, government agencies will have to manage the public’s expectations for a quick response. And that’s not easy.
Amid continued accusations of police misconduct, the force must contend with a digital rehashing of a sordid chapter in its history.
A pilot program is getting underway in the Kentucky city this week to test new smoke detector devices developed by members of the local civic technology community.
Compressed natural gas buses have saved Los Angeles County an average of 47 cents per mile on fuel the past 15 years.
In an episode that seems straight out of The Onion, Gov. Snyder and Lt. Gov. Calley offer up suggestions on lead contamination.
Informational Tour or Political Grandstanding in Harrisburg?; Oregon City Reconsiders Its Light Rail Ban
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Seattle developer ups the ante on arena project; New Mexico's spending gap; D.C. wants to rebrand.
Amid a shortage of mental health providers, states are increasingly turning to telemedicine to meet the urgent need for drug addiction treatment and other behavioral health counseling.
Years of racial profiling and ignoring a federal judge’s order to stop his immigration sweeps may have finally caught up
Without the infrastructure to grow, test, process or dispense medical marijuana, it could take up to two years for patients to be able to use it legally.
“There’s still a long way to go,” said one city manager.