California lawmakers consider legislation that would require convicted sex offenders to provide their e-mail addresses to law enforcement.
It's a nice idea, and Washington's secretary of state plans to push for the convenience this year.
The Legal Aid Society of Orange County's I-CAN! system is spreading to other California jurisdictions and providing people legal know how.
If a Sacramento, Calif., coalition gets its way, nine counties in the region will be king for a day, every day.
Volunteers devote their time to ensure the elderly and people with disabilities don't lose their money.
A new Web site designed by the Illinois Department of Tourism uses film to attract more visitors.
The New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority is testing a way to make it easier for subway riders to catch their trains.
Wireless cameras keep an eye on New Orleans crime.
To stand a chance at receiving the funds for the project, the grant had to include security guidelines
An integral stretch of highway that runs north and south through the United States is wireless in Arizona
Web-based budget-reporting tool makes the budget process a little less painful in Nashville, Tenn.
States test the market for Wi-Fi Internet access in public campgrounds.
It's still years away, but Gi-Fi is already making some noise.