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Show Low and Winslow gained fame from an 1870s card game and a line in a hit Eagles song 100 years later.
As Alphabet Inc. rethinks its grand gigabit vision and puts some cities on hold, installation presses forward in North Carolina’s Research Triangle.
Municipal rules about undergrounding utilities proved to be too great a challenge to overcome in Leawood, Kansas, back in 2014. Could new models to expand connectivity bridge those barriers?
More than 15 years after 9/11 brought changes to border security at the first International Peace Park, this part of Montana and beyond is dealing with another challenge: seasonal labor shortages.
Craft brewing is big business in Big Sky Country. Will hops production take root and flourish, too?
The Badger State’s current seat of government was born out of a mixture of disaster, bad luck and hubris.
The five members of this unique state body often wield more power than the governor. And that can sometimes cause headaches in America’s most democratic system of government.
The L.A. Swimming Stadium, built for the 1932 games, isn’t your ordinary city pool.
The 111-year-old Aerial Lift Bridge is a reminder of Duluth’s industrial past and a landmark that’s at the center of the city’s tourism efforts.
A recent discovery in woods near Hell: One of the oldest known freshwater turtles.
President Obama's ambitious national rail vision didn't exactly materialize, but important infrastructure investments have been made in some key locations, like the tracks between Chicago and Detroit.
The Smithfield Street Bridge is the oldest in the city and gets its nickname from a unique design feature.
Despite the influx of tax dollars from wealthy seasonal residents, tiny Northeast Harbor has been struggling to stay alive.
Navigating these traffic junctions is so important, the state put a how-to guide on the official roadmap.
In a part of the Buckeye State often overlooked by travelers passing through, you can better understand the physical and budgetary footprints for state prisons through the 1994 movie.
In Ontario, Ohio, a vast empty parking lot shows signs of life through an unusual new use for a challenging redevelopment site.
How do cities like Wheeling, which thrived under different circumstances, find their place in a complex global economy and attract needed investment?
It's easy to explore the nuts and bolts of the Beehive State's infrastructure. Follow our data-centric journey up Big Cottonwood Canyon.
Is its design offensive and insensitive? Like some other controversial monuments in public spaces, there's no easy answer.
This definitely requires some elbow grease.
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