Results 11-20 of 1379
The Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg.

Pa. Budget Battle Pushes Non-Profits to ‘Crisis Point’; Houston Mayor Takes on Ex-Astros Star

Also: A simple idea that saved a New Jersey beach community and what Midwestern states can learn from Washington state about farm safety.

How Vendors Can Make the Most of SLED Procurement Opportunities

Diversifying among more levels of the government contracting market is a start.

Airports my soon require alternate forms of ID from residents of states whose driver's licenses fail to comply with the federal REAL ID Act.

A Federal ID Act Is ‘Getting REAL’ for These States

Four states, soon to be five, lack waivers that could save their residents from being turned away by airport security starting in January.

Juarez, Mexico, as seen from El Paso, Texas.

Securing the Border in Texas With More Cameras; A Solution for Flint's Lead Problem?

Also: A one-person anti-bullying office in Iowa and a godly natural disaster-prevention plan in Tennessee

When It Comes to Cyber Defense, Colorado Spends to Secure Its Information Resources

Faced with 8.4 million security events a day, the Governor’s Office of Information Technology continues to identify controls in need of additional funding.

A squad car on the streets of Venice Beach, California.

More Than 610 People Killed Over 6 Years by California Police

Will body cameras reveal unjust killings more common than previously thought?

‘Butt Dials’ Vex 911 Call Centers; Should New Mexico Pay Its State Lawmakers?

Also: Innkeepers in Connecticut worry about their lack of broadband.

Young, White Millennials Coming to a City Near You

White populations grew in America’s largest cities from 2010 to 2014, with Millennials leading the way.

Des Moines, Iowa

Why Millennials Are Heading for Des Moines

Young people are flocking to the city for its cheap homes and budding hipster scene, according to housing data.