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The city of Oneonta Common Council voted unanimously to accept a $142,777 grant for new in-car video and license plate readers systems for the city police department at its meeting Tuesday, June 18.
The Atlanta Department of Transportation has found that the city had more than 2.1 million shared micro-mobility rides in 2023 — the highest ridership levels for shared bikes and scooters since the pandemic.
City officials have not estimated how long the closure could drag on, but recovery efforts have taken weeks, even months, in other U.S. cities that have fallen victim to similar attacks.
Alarmed by the reach and rapid expansion of license plate cameras, privacy advocates have filed suit in Illinois, saying the cameras violate the Constitution’s protections against unreasonable search.
City Clerk Jason Bell said he had been working on the website upgrade for a few months and got pricing from three companies: Munibit, Revize and Granicus. The city's current website is by CivicPlus.
Los Angeles school officials — fed up with kids distracted by social media and concerned about abuses such as cyber bullying — are poised to join a growing number of school systems across the country.
It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly how many people flee ahead of a storm — and where to find those who remain — but city and county officials say they get a clearer picture with each passing hurricane season.
A ransomware attack early Wednesday led to the shutdown of the main information network used by the Grand Traverse County and Traverse City governments. Dozens of departments were affected.
Waterford, Conn., was among 147 of the state's 169 cities and towns to participate in the drill, which involved protests, drones and cyber attacks, according to state officials who coordinated the event.
Cyber criminals diverted four monthly payments meant for a vendor involved with rebuilding the town’s high school, and they carefully managed compromised employee email accounts to hide the fraud.
Andrew Winters III is Wallingford's new director of information technology, a position the mayor created to overhaul the systems town employees use to work and residents use to access information.
Annapolis, a city expected to experience record flooding this year, is currently changing how City Dock — an area of land that connects the city’s downtown to the waterfront — looks and operates.
The Los Angeles Police Department has stopped posting crime numbers to its public website after rolling out a new recordkeeping system and changing the way it counts burglaries, assaults and other crimes.
Police in Woodhaven, Mich., learned that caller ID was displaying the chief's full name, and a resident was told to send $10,000 to an address in California or face criminal charges.
A 35-year-old man from Altamonte Springs, Fla., was arrested after dismantling 22 license plate readers in Seminole County, Fla., ultimately being caught by the same technology he sought to take down.