Here’s why that’s actually a good thing.
ANALYSIS: Suitors seeking Amazon’s 2nd headquarters should ask themselves: How resilient is their city or region?
Storm surge swamps low-lying areas as high winds cut power to millions and damage buildings across the Sunshine State.
With Irma looming, organizations are hitting some roadblocks in getting information out to Floridians who don’t speak English.
"The arm's counterbalance is very heavy and poses a potential danger if the crane collapses."
As the Trump administration looks to tie immigration enforcement compliance to federal grant funding, the U.S. attorney general continues to grumble about the nation’s third-largest city.
STATE AND LOCAL NEWS ROUNDUP | Some good pensions-related news for a change; voters reject plan to disband Michigan village; and the ACLU sues Maine’s governor.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: New York City's "Summer of Hell" starts with a sigh of relief; a serious water shortage on Hawaii’s Big Island; and Texas legislative leaders prep for special session.
The virus showed up months—or even years—before anyone realized it was there.
Miami’s lawsuit against Bank of America and Wells Fargo now returns to a federal appeals court in Atlanta.
The incident came at an inopportune moment for the Trump administration, which recently called for slashing the overall budget for the Department of Housing and Urban Development by 13 percent in its 2018 proposal.
An important question facing communities in South Florida: “How do we get the right information we need to inform changes in building codes and prioritizing infrastructure for investment?”
From engaging underserved populations to preparing for climate change’s most devastating effects, these cities have their work cut out for them.
Miami-Dade County leads a flurry of jurisdictions distancing themselves from “sanctuary city” status for fear of losing federal grant money.
State and local governments will continue to confront a difficult and potentially costly public health challenge this year.
Chemical spraying is less sustainable than other mosquito-fighting methods, and may give people a false sense of security.
While Miami Beach pours money into adaptation, residents in other parts of the county are waiting for the help they need.
Also in our State and Local Weekend News Digest: A Google Maps vanishing act; a stinky reservoir in Columbus, Ohio; expensive suicide nets for Golden Gate Bridge.
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