Most people oppose strict regulations on the technology, particularly if they’ll hinder local law enforcement’s ability to catch suspects, a new survey found.
The software allows the FBI to go through video surveillance footage much faster than agents can.
Making seismic alerts available to the public has been a priority for Mayor Eric Garcetti.
CenturyLink’s recent outage is being investigated by at least two states, in addition to the FCC.
Will other states follow?
In this case involving a juvenile on probation, the court found a “narrowly tailored” limit on social media use was legal for rehabilitation purposes.
The administration wants to keep schools safe by ditching rules meant to prevent racial bias in school discipline.
One operator, Bird, expressed displeasure with the 12 mph speed limit the city imposed.
While the trend isn’t universal, Brennan Center for Justice research findings “definitively reject any claims” of the nation being in a “crime wave.”
The laws ranged from bans on bump stocks to allowing authorities to use "red flag" laws to temporarily disarm potentially violent people.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | A giant middle finger sculpture rises in Vermont … Wash. Gov. Jay Inslee’s “clean energy smart deal” … and speeding up N.Y.’s sluggish subways.
$4.53 billion in federal funds are in limbo, while some are wondering if another $10 billion is needed to get Next Generation 9-1-1 off the ground in outlying areas.
Operations that fail to implement geofencing or a similar safety solution by July 1 will be scuttled by the California city.
Hundreds of Kīlauea lavaflow evacuees ended up at a recently built rec center on the Big Island. Now it needs to close for months of repairs.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | State capitals in transition … Denver’s proposed e-scooter rule changes … and W.Va. first responder vaccinations.
A new look at the much-debated question of whether drivers behave more recklessly around cyclists wearing helmets.
Despite the clear and present dangers of the wildland-urban interface, many vow to rebuild in risky spots.
Strong shaking and aftershocks rock Alaska’s largest population center.
How we keep people on foot and in cars from getting hit by trains hasn't changed much in the last century.
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