The advent of mobile apps and websites that allow more people than ever to listen to police radio chatter is prompting local law enforcement agencies to encrypt radio traffic.
A professor and former police officer and others have created an app that alerts cops when they're too tired to continue working safely.
As the big data movement explodes, law enforcement in the Denver region reaps the benefits.
Minuscule drones that are able to navigate by themselves can be used in disaster site exploration, military operations and cluttered urban environments.
Allowing drought-plagued Californians to see how much water their neighbors use inspired customers to consume 5 percent less.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission plans to send Connecticut 1.28 million 65-mg KI tablets in the next 60 days.
Despite the wealth of information, Virginia has no official strategy for sea level rise. Data has yet to yield policy.
Two new medications to treat the deadly epidemic of hepatitis C promise millions of Americans a better chance of a cure, but they also threaten to bust state budgets and raise private insurance rates.
The National Guard has a critical role to play in coordinating cyber-resources across federal, state and local governments.
States have lots of questions about FirstNet; here’s why chief information officers are key to making it work.