• Georgia: Gov. Kemp Issues Call for Answers from President Biden on Illegal Immigration

    Atlanta, GA - Governor Brian P. Kemp today issued the below letter to President Joe Biden demanding a response to questions surrounding the immigration status of the arrested suspect in the murder of Laken Riley and asylum claims of the suspect's.... Read more

  • Colorado: Governor Polis Releases Statement on 2nd Anniversary of Putin's Brutal Invasion of Ukraine

    DENVER - Today, Governor Polis released a statement acknowledging the 2nd Anniversary of Putin's illegal invasion of Ukraine. "Two years ago today, Russia attacked Ukraine. Colorado stands with Ukraine today, just as we did two years ago when.... Read more

  • Governor Ron DeSantis Receives Two Bills from the Florida Legislature

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today, Governor Ron DeSantis received the following bills from the Florida Legislature. The Governor has until March 1, 2024 to act on these bills. CS/HB 1 – Online Protections for Minors CS/HB 1377 – Public Records ###. Read more

  • Florida: Governor Ron DeSantis Awards More Than $6 Million to Hurricane Idalia-Impacted Communities

    CEDAR KEY, Fla. — Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced more than $6 million in awards to Hurricane Idalia-impacted communities through the Rural Infrastructure Fund (RIF) program and the Florida Disaster Fund. $5.3 million in RIF awards have been awarde. Read more

  • Join Juneau Pools for Augustus G. Brown ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 1

    A ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the reopening of Augustus G. Brown Swimming Pool will take place on Friday, March 1 at 2 p.m. and is open to all in the community. Following an 11-month closure for major renovations, AGB Pool is ready to welcome.... Read more

  • California: Governor Newsom's Second Day in DC Focuses on Immigration, Homelessness, and the Tijuana River

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Governor Gavin Newsom continued his trip to the nation's capital focusing on some of California's top priorities. At the National Governors Association meeting, Governor Newsom joined dozens of bipartisan governors from across the natio. Read more

  • Public Review Draft EIR: Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center (File Nos. PDC23-006, PD23-002 and ER23-005) Draft Environmental Impact Report

    The draft environmental impact report (DEIR) is now available for public review: KAISER PERMANENTE SAN JOSÉ MEDICAL CENTER STATE CLEARINGHOUSE NUMBER: SCH #2023050424 FILE NUMBERS: PDC23-006, PD23-002 and ER23-005 PROJECT DESCRIPTION The project.... Read more

  • Juneau: February 23 JSD budget update: Reorganization/Consolidation

    The Juneau School District has launched a special newsletter to keep the community informed of ongoing efforts to address the shortfall in the current FY24 budget and develop a new budget for FY25. The latest update is included below, addressing the.... Read more

  • New Rochelle: Affordable Housing Open House- March 7

    Current and potential New Rochelle residents can receive housing guidance, support with ongoing housing applications and new lottery processes, along with information about the city's various available affordable housing opportunities. Read more

  • Juneau: Public testimony opportunities on CBJ fiscal assistance for JSD February 26 & March 4

    The Juneau School District has been struggling with a current year $9.5 million structural deficit. In addition to cost saving measures and consolidation, a critical part of the strategy for JSD to become fiscally stable is financial assistance from the... Read more

  • Texas Upholds Constitutional Right To Defend Itself From Invasion

    Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), and the Texas National Guard continue to work together to secure the border; stop the smuggling of drugs, weapons, and people into Texas; and prevent, detect, and interdict transnational c. Read more

  • Springfield: SPD adds comfort K9 to support employee wellness, name selected

    The Springfield Police Department asked the public for their input to select the name for the department's new comfort K9, an 8-week-old chocolate lab. With more than 52 percent of the 4,167 votes cast, the winning name is Lt. Dan.. Read more

  • City of Columbia to resume residential curbside recycling collection March 18

    The City of Columbia Solid Waste Utility will resume manual residential curbside recycling collection on an every-other-week schedule beginning March 18.

    On alternating weeks, customers can put their mixed containers and. Read more

  • Texas Upholds Constitutional Right To Defend Itself From Invasion

    Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), and the Texas National Guard continue to work together to secure the border; stop the smuggling of drugs, weapons, and people into Texas; and prevent, detect, and interdict transnational c. Read more

  • Idaho pushes for settlement with feds on grizzly delisting

    JOINT NEWS RELEASE FROM OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR AND OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL Boise, Idaho – The State of Idaho is seeking court approval of a proposed settlement that requires the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to issue a final rule by Jan. 1, 202. Read more

  • Juneau: EPA releases Finding of No Significant Impact for municipal composting facility

    The Environmental Protection Agency has released a final Finding of No Significant Impact for the $2.5 million grant awarded to CBJ for a proposed municipal composting facility. The EPA evaluated potential environmental consequences of the project and.... Read more

  • Idaho: LAUNCH, school facilities funding bills accelerate in Legislature

    Boise, Idaho – Governor Brad Little commented today on two of his key priorities reaching legislative milestones. Funding for LAUNCH passed the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee with broad support and heads to the House. The popular grant program . Read more

  • Governor Ron DeSantis Deploys More Florida Personnel to Secure the Southern Border

    PENSACOLA, Fla. — Today, Governor Ron DeSantis deployed more National Guardsmen and Florida Highway Patrol Troopers to Texas to assist Texas officials as they work to secure our southern border. Fifty National Guardsmen departed Pensacola in this wave, al. Read more

  • Texas: Governor Abbott Appoints Four To Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council

    Governor Greg Abbott has appointed John Bash, Mark Stone, Ph.D., Dean Teffer, Ph.D., and Angela Wilkins, Ph.D. to the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Advisory Council for terms set to expire at the pleasure of the Governor.. Read more

  • Giant Pandas Set to Return to California

    SACRAMENTO – California could become the first state in the U.S. to welcome a new pair of giant pandas in the latest round of a collaborative conservation effort with China. The San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance announced that it has signed a cooperative ag. Read more

  • ICYMI: Florida Welcomes Israeli Technology Companies for Pitch Day at the Capital

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today, the Department of Management Services and FloridaCommerce hosted "Pitch Day at the Capital" in collaboration with SelectFlorida, the Florida Opportunity Fund, and the Florida-Israel Business Accelerator. Highlighted by multiple . Read more