The Real ID Act: A national ID card in disguise? Or necessary 21st-century security?
Cities and towns build wireless broadband networks for residential use, but Congress is part of the fight now.
The Security Shuffle
Will the U.S. Department of Homeland Security reorganization mean better communications with local officials?
FEMA Not on Alert
Federal agency defies Congress and delays state-based approach to emergency alerting.
From Textbooks to Tech Books
Empire High School in Vail, Ariz., is first in the state to replace books with laptops.
Indiana finds open source software is key to making one-to-one student/computer initiative a reality.
New York City's Real Time Crime Center gives detectives a leg up over crooks.
Window on Spending
City council members' expense reports receive public scrutiny via online publishing.
Michigan and Utah implement child protection registries to keep inappropriate e-mail out of children's inboxes, and raise questions in the process.
Toshiba, Planar, Neopost, Devon IT
Download a Trip to the Library
Patrons of the Tampa Bay Library Consortium check out audio books without ever leaving home.
A new online index provides an information resource for state lawmakers considering optimal energy efficiency policies.