Lawsuit Accuses Texas Wastewater Plant of Racism
An African-American business owner claims his crews were allowed to access the...
Lawsuit Threatens Sewer Board's Future
An Iowa wastewater utility has been fighting to require agriculture to help...
Caltrans Loses Expensive Lawsuit
Jury order California's transportation department to pay a paralyzed worker and...
DELAYED: Judge Blocks New Overtime Rule
Just days before it was set to take effect, the rule was blocked by a Texas judge.
Most Endangered Places in America
The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced which sites around the...
Supreme Court ruling creates need for temporary signage guidelines
The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously ruled on the issue of temporary signs, an often contentious and confusing issue for communities around the country.
No one sues themselves
How to form a disabilities committee that turns ‘difficult’ people into powerful allies.
Drug makers lose challenge to disposal law
A federal judge says a California ordinance requiring prescription drug manufacturers to take back unused product is legal.
State finally gets design-build law right
California passed a law allowing projects to be delivered via design-build more than 20 years ago, then kept tweaking it until no one was sure exactly what was allowed and by whom. A new law clarifies all that.