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With Body-Worn Cameras, Here Comes the Hard Part

As law enforcement agencies implement these important policing tools, there are important issues with storing and protecting data and when to make it available to the public.

Welcome to Kansas.

Comparing Kansas to Its Neighbors

Personal income estimates slid downward in 57 of the Sunflower State's 105 counties in 2014. But adjacent states didn't see similar declines.

Why Launching a New Website Is Only Half the Battle for Local Governments

Without an effective communications strategy, residents won’t know what’s changed.

Tacoma, Washington

6 Steps to Transform Your City Through Digital Solutions

Knowing what data you have, analyzing it in the cloud and planning around your findings is the best way to go.

Ithaca, New York

This County Convinced All Its Localities to Go Paperless

Shared services grants go a long way in New York state.

Houston's Mayor Annise Parker, whose city admits more refugees than any other in the U.S., called for more Syrian refugees, in spite of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s resistance.

Mayors Want More Syrian Refugees Than Governors Do

Cities are bucking states when it comes to resettlement.

Roanoke, Virginia

Unsolicited Advice: Roanoke’s Next Mayor Should Avoid Praising the Darker Parts of U.S. History

It will take more than platitudes to rebuild trust with the city’s substantial immigrant community.

Wards from the sex offender treatment program exercise in March 2007 at the O.H. Close Youth Correctional Facility in Stockton, California.

States Slowly Scale Back Juvenile Sex Offender Registries

Many are concerned that putting juveniles on sex registries unfairly makes them targets of law enforcement.

The aftermath of the magnitude 6 earthquake in August 2014 that shook Napa County.

An Earthquake Response System That's Faster Than 911

The One Concern algorithm predicts which parts of the city will be hit hardest to get them help first.