With states looking to kick-start their economic engines, green technology is increasingly viewed as the piston helping drive it.
While no longer a top priority, green technology is still a winning strategy.
Washington State's battle to save its aviation industry mirrors the larger competition among states to attract and keep jobs.
Critics say it's time for cities and states to get tough with public-sector unions. They may be right - for all the wrong reasons.
Localities want an accurate census count, but it's going to cost them money to make that happen.
It hasn't been easy for Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter to govern from the center, especially in a moderate state.
As populations shift away from rural counties, power too, will shift away from rural lawmakers.
To recover the more than $1 billion in unpaid taxes, the city is taking it directly out of paychecks.
Why can't good governors get elected to the U.S. Senate?
Could agriculture be more proactive on farm animal welfare than animal advocates?
Proposed EPA rules may throw rural counties into Clean Air Act violation overnight.
A study of families living near wind farms found nature's energy might not be so healthy.
Can the feds and states find an effective way to achieve the results everyone wants to see?
Can Mitchell Weiss spice up Boston Mayor Thomas Menino's old-school approach?