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Dr. Shamika Kelley, director of New Orleans' crime lab, outlined a plan to get the new facility up and running, returning a DNA testing-equipped crime lab to New Orleans for the first time since Hurricane Katrina.
Existing projects include the pilot streetlight program, during which lights were outfitted with sensors to collect weather and ozone data, and equipping trash cans with sensors that can notify staff when they get full.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has begun a one-year pilot project to deploy smarter technology at the Lincoln and Holland tunnels and the George Washington Bridge to help improve traffic operations.
The county’s public utility district began mapping out a strategy for a future that relies heavily on electric vehicles. The planning session follows on the heels of the Washington Clean Fuels Standard law, which took effect this year.
The U.S. Department of Commerce awarded Coppin State University a $3.9 million grant that will support the expansion of broadband Internet access in West Baltimore, where access is less common.
The Lima NAACP continues to call for the Allen County Sheriff's Office to equip deputies with body cameras, saying it has now reached out to the office of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine for assistance.
Local Republicans say the electronic voting system being used may have counted more votes than were actually cast in the 2022 election, despite the Dallas County Elections Department’s saying that is not the case.
Honolulu CIO Mark Wong slashed annual IT budget costs by $1 million for four consecutive years during his tenure at the Aloha State, yet he continues to innovate. Here’s his secret.
City officials have approved a $60,000 contract with Atlanta-based Flock Safety Group for 12 license plate-reading cameras at various locations throughout the city. The devices will be installed within the next month.
The Capital Region Crime Analysis Center in Albany will be growing as part of a $500,000 investment that includes more space and new staff. The center is part of a state-supported network that provides aid to law enforcement agencies.
The state will receive $363 million in federal grants to increase access to affordable, reliable high-speed Internet to more than 150,000 homes and businesses, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said.
Amid a nationwide surge in drug overdoses caused by fentanyl and other synthetic opioids, private messaging platforms have made it harder for law enforcement to track sellers of deadly pills, one sheriff says.
The app is called RecycleBot, an application software that tells users whether an item is compostable or recyclable by photo analysis, and it has already won several statewide and regional awards.
Department officials this week announced the upcoming changes to their patrol vehicles at the annual State of the NYPD breakfast. New tech additions will include 360-degree cameras and QR codes the public can use to contact the department.
Electric bikes are becoming a popular alternative to short- and medium-range trips that would normally have been traveled by car. But experts warn the vehicles are only as good as the infrastructure they travel, which is often lacking in low-income neighborhoods.