Los Angeles County officials are hoping to replicate a successful pilot program that mated sterile male mosquitoes with biting females, leading to a reduction in the overall population.
Cook County, Illinois, will automatically expunge low-level convictions for marijuana offenses using software from Code for America.
A humanoid robot named Pepper helps teach coding at Roanoke County Public Libraries, one of many branches across the country embracing the emerging technology.
Experts and transit leaders say that there could be real benefits to working with ride-hailing companies. But data is needed to assess how successful these programs really are.
Middle and high-school students in North Carolina can anonymously report safety tips by app in the coming school year as part of a partnership between the state and nonprofit Sandy Hook Promise.
Michigan's tourism arm will drop an album this month of ambient music layered with sound recordings from 10 state parks.
How a county housing authority partnered with a tech nonprofit to deliver food to vulnerable residents.
“If you simply try to impose something on a community, you do so at your own peril,” says one mayor. This and other themes emerged this week at a summit focused on the program.
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The port authority is exploring a new public-private partnership to get the Texas metro area’s unique mix of industries, like cybersecurity and defense, collaborating more.
Duke University declined to sign a collaborative agreement necessary to secure federal funding for the North Carolina project.
The letters come as hate groups are on the rise across the United States, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The move by the company is “potentially groundbreaking” and an acknowledgment that “government alone cannot really solve” the housing crisis.
The state had to expedite phase two of the project.
The state's tourism office is partnering with a video-game company to promote Fallout 76, a role-playing game set in post-apocalyptic West Virginia.
The technology, a pilot project, debuted in Marysville, Ohio earlier this month.
Participants in the Startup in Residence program are seeking solutions for about 80 “civic challenges.”
The Federal Communications Commission seems to think they’re part of the solution.
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A public-private partnership between the city, Waze and SpotHero installed more than 500 Waze Beacons to help drivers pinpoint their locations.
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