California turns to digital marijuana business licenses to halt illegal activity
Officials say they hope the state’s new permitting systems will encourage growers to run legitimate businesses.
Cleveland buses test infrared cameras to improve pedestrian safety
The Ohio city is using connected vehicle technologies to give transit buses early warnings when entering intersections.
San Francisco prioritizes net neutrality in latest citywide fiber report
A "Blue Ribbon" panel leading development of citywide high-speed internet makes new calls for citizen privacy and measures to stop providers from blocking or throttling content.
Alaska lawmakers push for net neutrality enforcement via contracting
The state would become the sixth in recent weeks to adopt formal rules encouraging internet service providers to abide by content access principles no longer enforced by the federal government.
'Parks & Tech Challenge' takes on 1B national repairs backlog
The San Francisco event brought together local technologists to create new digital tools to support an underfunded national parks system.
Nevada expects to cut costs with new health insurance exchange site for 2019
The state is aiming to eliminate more than million in fees paid to the federal government for access to HealthCare.gov.