- US Rep. Mullin says Corps considers leasing areas Updated: Dec-09-13 4:18 pm
- Defense Department tackles mobile authentication Updated: Dec-01-13 10:13 am
- Tax revenues up for next state budget Updated: Nov-25-13 3:52 pm
- Government shutdown delayed 156 plane deliveries Updated: Nov-23-13 12:26 pm
- Proximity detectors absent in most W.Va. mines Updated: Nov-20-13 8:20 am
- Last buyout payment lowered due to spending cuts Updated: Nov-17-13 4:32 pm
- Excerpts from recent Minnesota editorials Updated: Nov-14-13 3:35 pm
- Seat belts on commercial buses delayed 45 years Updated: Nov-12-13 7:55 pm
MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering leasing some recreation areas along the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System in eastern Oklahoma that were closed earlier this year because of budget shortfalls, according to U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin.
WASHINGTON - The Defense Department says it's committed to a future in which service members and civilians can use the latest and greatest mobile technology to get their work done, regardless of the device manufacturer. But it's still struggling mightily with one of the biggest challenges for mobility in the government: identity management.
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah legislators will have $338 million extra for the next state budget, Gov. Gary Herbert said Monday.
WICHITA, Kansas - The partial shutdown of the federal government in October delayed 156 airplane deliveries worth $1.9 billion, according to a report.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Four percent of underground equipment in West Virginia coal mines are fitted with detectors that automatically shut down mobile machinery when people get too close, according to a state survey.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Jo Ann Freeman says her father told her before he died to hold on to the family's Bertie County farmland because she could always live off of it, and besides, "God's not making any more."
The Free Press of Mankato, Nov. 14
WASHINGTON - After a drunken driver on a California highway back in 1968 slammed into a bus carrying passengers to Las Vegas, killing 19, investigators said a lack of seat belts contributed to the high death toll. But 45 years later, safety advocates are still waiting for the government to act on seat belts and other measures to protect bus passengers.