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When a case is suspected, public health employees launch an exhaustive investigative process that one official called "real gumshoe work."
State and County Relations
With tensions high over a wall, a San Diego County supervisor is focused on funding for waterworks.
Are public sector agencies ready take tech collaboration to the next level? Our survey says government officials want to, but don’t know where to start.
The state wants to add every city and county government to its automated threat feed program in the next three to four years.
The 4-year-old whale, summering off the coast of Washington, is emaciated.
The Center for Local State and Urban Policy found more local leaders than last year saying they are optimistic Michigan is heading in the right direction.
Housing programs are still being developed, so money won't begin flowing to struggling families immediately.
A group of mostly mayors encouraged the Federal Communications Commission to refocus its efforts on new broadband investment, instead of preempting their oversight of public rights of way.
“We begin recovery the minute we start response,” according to the Maryland Emergency Management Agency's executive director.
Administration officials told the lawmakers to expect more details about the proposal around the time of the president's State of the Union address, Sen. John Barrasso said Wednesday.
House Ways and Means Democrats and Republicans sparred Tuesday over the so-called SALT deduction.
But Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady declined to speculate on the odds a property tax deduction cap would be raised above $10,000.
We hope you'll join us as we explore partnerships, technology and smart cities live from the National Association of Counties Annual Conference.
In Gov. Greg Abbott’s war on local regulations, county leaders—including some in conservative jurisdictions—are wary of the potential impacts on their finances.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Winning and losing municipalities in Conn.; Pa. State Capitol vandalized; and Wash. state assesses data-sharing vulnerabilities.
North Carolina can’t resolve its gubernatorial race until Durham County recounts its votes. But that isn’t as simple a matter as it seems.
Software problems and a lack of paper forms caused delays at polling places in Durham County on Election Day.
County officials came to Washington, D.C. to discuss a federal program that provides payments to localities for tax-exempt public lands. Some GOP members of Congress highlighted broader issues on Thursday.
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