Tourist Towns Gear Up For The Summer Rush
Many businesses are hoping tourism rebounds after a year without visitors.
Right turn on red? With pedestrian deaths rising, cities consider bans
Moves to ban right turns on red have drawn some of the most intense sentiments on pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
Biden administration investing $3.5B to strengthen US electric grid
The Department of Energy said the new initiative marks the largest-ever investment in grid infrastructure.
Parts of I-25 remain closed for train derailment investigation
Several miles of interstate remain closed while workers clean up debris and authorities determine whether the road was damaged in the incident.
Arizona border crossing closing over overwhelming migrant arrivals
CBP officials say the Tucson area, including Nogales, is already seeing the highest number of migrants coming into the country.
What's the debate over making school buses cleaner?
25 million U.S. students use diesel-powered school buses daily, prompting debates on cleaner alternatives.
Is the Voting Rights Act at risk?
A federal appeals court is challenging Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act in a battle that's likely to make its way to the Supreme Court.