2018 Top 10 Tech Trends for Electronic Displays and More

CAMPBELL, Calif./ April 25, 2018 (STLRealEstate.News) — Exciting technology advances continue to emerge, seemingly nonstop, enabled both by those at the cutting edge of high-tech, and by those who are adapting those developments to make them useful in our everyday world. The list below, compiled by Sri Peruvemba, Chair of Marketing for the Society for … Continue reading 2018 Top 10 Tech Trends for Electronic Displays and More

MDC News – Missouri tops 100 Tree City USA Communities

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – For more than 40 years, people who live in Tree City USA communities have enjoyed the benefits of having greener, healthier places to live.  This year, for the first time ever, there are more than 100 Missouri communities participating in Tree City USA, representing 45 percent of the state’s population. Tree … Continue reading MDC News – Missouri tops 100 Tree City USA Communities

ARLINGTON, Texas | Jones and Goodell chatty and chummy at draft event

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — As Roger Goodell and Jerry Jones sat side by side chatting, then grabbed shovels at a junior high school to dedicate a new field, they sure seemed chummy. Then again, this was for a worthy cause, so any and all past animosities over suspensions and lawsuits and contract extensions were, uh, … Continue reading ARLINGTON, Texas | Jones and Goodell chatty and chummy at draft event

Alaska making progress on processing sexual assault evidence

JUNEAU, AK — Former Alaska State Trooper Sergeant Michael Burkmire begins work as a sexual assault cold case investigator, Governor Walker announced today, as the state’s Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory continues to shrink the number of backlogged sexual assault evidence kits. Investigator Burkmire is a retired Alaska State Trooper Sergeant who oversaw the AST Child … Continue reading Alaska making progress on processing sexual assault evidence

WASHINGTON | GOP senators float idea of resolution backing Mueller’s role

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican senators are floating an alternative to bipartisan legislation that would protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s job — a nonbinding resolution endorsing him. The Senate Judiciary Committee was expected to vote Thursday on the bill, which would give any special counsel a 10-day window to seek expedited judicial review of a firing. … Continue reading WASHINGTON | GOP senators float idea of resolution backing Mueller’s role

Carson plan would raise rent for millions in public housing

WASHINGTON/April 25, 2018 (AP)(STLRealEstate.News) — Millions of families living in federally subsidized public housing would pay more for rent under a proposal unveiled Wednesday by Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson. The proposal would have to be approved by Congress, where it could touch off a debate over how best to support some of … Continue reading Carson plan would raise rent for millions in public housing