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Sanitary sewer line spills after bayou embankment collapses

HOUSTON (AP) — Houston water and sewer officials are urging residents with private water wells in part of the city’s western outskirts to boil their drinking and bathing water for at least one..
Seattle Times

The first rung of the economic ladder — Wi-Fi access

Internet access is the first step in social mobility. With a digital transformation plan in the works and new efforts to make Wi-Fi more accessible for residents, the city and its businesses are..
bizjournals

Videos for "The City"

News video: Cuomo supports bringing Amazon's HQ2 to NYS

Cuomo supports bringing Amazon's HQ2 to NYS

Governor Andrew Cuomo is throwing his support behind bringing an Amazon headquarters to New York State.
Source: WROC -

News video: Turkey worried over growing Kurdish influence in Syria after Raqqa's capture

Turkey worried over growing Kurdish influence in Syria after Raqqa's capture 02:16

The alliance of Kurdish and Arab forces in Syria are celebrating the capture of the city of Raqqa from ISIL.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Investigation into deadly ammonia leak continues: RCMP

Investigation into deadly ammonia leak continues: RCMP 01:21

RCMP Sgt. Trevor Tribes says the investigation was continuing Thursday, two days after a deadly incident at an ice arena in Fernie, B.C. An evacuation order remains in place following an ammonia leak..
Source: Canadian Press - Affiliate -

News video: Mayor of Gainesville Calls Richard Spencer A Terrorist

Mayor of Gainesville Calls Richard Spencer A Terrorist 01:27

As Gainesville, Florida prepares for White Nationalist Richard Spencer to descend upon the town, the city’s mayor doesn’t hesitate to clearly classify him as a terrorist.
Source: HuffPost News -

News video: Diwali Got A Little Dimmer Thanks To New Dehli's Firecracker Ban

Diwali Got A Little Dimmer Thanks To New Dehli's Firecracker Ban 01:21

The Hindu festival of lights is now a little darker. India's Supreme Court banned the sale of firecrackers in New Delhi, an integral part of the Diwali holiday. Critics compared it to banning trees..
Source: Vocativ -

 

Metlifecare buys waterfront land in Hobsonville for new $240 million village

metlifecare buys waterfront land in hobsonville for new $240 million village
Metlifecare plans to spend $240 million developing a new retirement village in Auckland's Hobsonville with the acquisition of waterfront land in the city's northwestern suburb. Auckland-based..
New Zealand Herald

2018 NFL Draft heading to home of the Cowboys

The NFL Draft will not come back to Philadelphia in 2018. Instead, the event is heading to the AT&T Stadium in Dallas next year, announced Roger Goodell, commissioner of the National Football League,..
bizjournals

SF Parks Commission votes to strip Justin Herman’s name from plaza

San Francisco’s Recreation and Parks Commission narrowly voted Thursday afternoon to strip Justin Herman’s name from the plaza seated next to the city’s Embarcadero Center amid mounting pressure..
SFGate

The richest real estate developer in the US wrote a desperate letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos offering to pay for the insanely sought-after HQ2

the richest real estate developer in the us wrote a desperate letter to amazon ceo jeff bezos offering to pay for the insanely sought-after hq2
· *Proposals are due on Thursday from all cities vying to become the future site of Amazon HQ2.* · *Donald Bren, the richest real estate developer in the US, wrote a letter on behalf of his company..
Business Insider

Meet San Francisco's top 20 highest-paid public employees

Ever wondered what workers employed by the City and County of San Francisco are making, particularly in such a competitive market? Now you can find out. Using data supplied by the city's Office of the..
bizjournals

Expansion not San Antonio’s only MLS option, Wolff says

Wolff said the deal would not preclude the city or county coming up with another San Antonio venue for an MLS team — perhaps downtown.
bizjournals

ILLINOIS Manufacturing Industry Celebrates Fourth Revolution Awards

Inaugural awards hosted by manufacturing innovation centers mHUB, UI LABS and IMEC celebrated region’s manufacturing innovation and leadership by recognizing the companies, products and initiatives..
PRWeb

Belatrix Software’s New Headquarters Near Completion

Local dignitaries and politicians visit the construction of Belatrix’s new offices Mendoza, Argentina (PRWEB) October 19, 2017 Belatrix Software, a leading software development company, invited..
PRWeb

Farmington, San Juan County to intervene in PNM case

FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) — The city of Farmington and San Juan County have decided to intervene in the Public Service Company of New Mexico’s Integrated Resource Plan case. The Farmington Daily Times..
Seattle Times

Nashville's tourism chief makes the case for soccer stadium plan

The leading voice of Nashville's hospitality industry is all-in on the city's soccer stadium proposal.  In a letter dated Oct. 16 and addressed to members of Metro Council, Nashville Convention &..
bizjournals

Plano's Toyota North America sells former headquarters in California

An Irvine, California-based development firm — Sares Regis Group — has acquired the former headquarters campus from Plano-based Toyota North America, which moved into its new North Texas campus..
bizjournals

North Carolina man accused of setting apartment fire

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Authorities have accused a man of intentionally setting a fire at a North Carolina apartment building. The fire at Aston Park Tower on Tuesday displaced approximately 30..
Seattle Times

NYC mayor says Amazon is ‘very destructive to communities’ hours after submitting a bid for the company's second headquarters (AMZN)

nyc mayor says amazon is ‘very destructive to communities’ hours after submitting a bid for the company's second headquarters (amzn)
· *Amazon HQ2 proposals are due today.* · *New York City just submitted its bid.* · *NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio was quoted: "Something different is happening now that is very destructive to..
Business Insider

Dispute between businessman, Baltimore could cost taxpayers

BALTIMORE (AP) — A legal dispute over the use of billboards at a Baltimore arena is heading to the state’s second-highest court, with taxpayers potentially on the hook for over $3 million. The..
Seattle Times

First Draft Taproom & Kitchen Announces Expansion to Los Angeles and Minneapolis

First Draft Taproom & Kitchen, Denver’s first pour your own taproom, will launch two new locations in Los Angeles and Minneapolis in 2018 (PRWEB) October 19, 2017 What’s better than a craft..
PRWeb

Kurdish Battle Positions Kurds As US Ally Against Iran – Analysis

There may be a silver but risky lining for Kurdish nationalists in their devastating loss of Kirkuk and other cities on the periphery of their semi-autonomous region as they lick their wounds and vent..
Eurasia Review

Next Year, a Californian City Will Launch the First Basic Income Experiment in the U.S.

next year, a californian city will launch the first basic income experiment in the u.s.
Stockton, California, is about to become the first city to test government-supported universal basic income in the U.S. The program is the idea of the city's 27-year-old mayor and will be primarily..
Futurism

Human Rights Campaign gives Denver a perfect score for its LGBTQ laws, policies and services

The Human Rights Campaign has given Denver a perfect score for the city's inclusivity -- in terms of laws, policies and services -- toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people.
Denver Post


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