STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | RFID tracking chips in garbage cans ... another Wis. city looks to tiny houses for homeless … and Anchorage ice-scratchers.
What happens when priests or other clergy learn of child abuse during confession or other “clergy-penitent privilege" situations?
Some transportation officials are considering road-funding plans that were once unthinkable.
Across the U.S. governors are rolling out their spending plans for the upcoming fiscal cycle.
In Washington state and Virginia, the public can help planners and researchers monitor the inundation of low-lying coastal areas.
Project Lifesaver offered local law enforcement the air support it needed.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | California’s deadliest wildfire on record … recession worries as Nevada’s economy hums along … why Santa Fe really needs a city engineer … and more confirmed measles cases in Mich.
The strategy would allow the company to access even more top tech talent.
The case concerns whether the ban is prohibited by federal law.
The state wants to use the settlement in order to “reduce pollution and advance the clean economy.”
Budgets are tight and talent is scarce, but the cyber leaders can change that with their increasing sway within governments.
As the epidemic’s death toll rises, the state is working to get more information into the hands of regional substance abuse coalitions to mitigate deaths and other negative impacts.
Most large municipalities use messaging systems to push out emergency information, but getting people to register needs to be a priority.
After seven rental scooters were abandoned at the Pentagon following this year’s September 11 remembrances, police say they will begin impounding the unauthorized rides. Bikes, too.
Hurricane Florence, a category 4 storm, is the strongest to threaten parts of the East Coast in more than 20 years.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | San Francisco’s modular apartment plan … La. court blocks New Orleans art law … and “you can't use taxpayers' money to pay your tithe to your church.”
More than 20 states allow mobile polling, which involves bipartisan pairs of election officials bringing ballots directly to long-term care facilities for the elderly.
The states will be the first in the multi-year "Smarter States, Smarter Communities" learning lab, which grows out of National Governor Association Chair Brian Sandoval's 'Ahead of the Curve' Initiative.
The charges bring into question previous statements from vendors and state officials.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Ohio governor vs. agribusiness … London Breed’s first day as San Francisco mayor … good news for parched Arizona … and Idaho’s 8,000-pound exemption.
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