The city says it wants to get to "zero waste," but residents apparently have a hard time with change.
In a step it hasn't taken since the 1970s, the state water board tells key rights holders, including municipalities and water districts, to draw less H2O.
Restaurant owners embrace -- and worry about -- Seattle's new minimum wage hike.
There are currently two proposed bills in Buenos Aires that would make catcalling illegal.
DeVona Lahrman is leading a crusade to get kids more safe places to play outside in the heart of the city's industrial district.
San Francisco voters turned down a tax, but its legislators have now required prominent warnings on all sugary-beverage marketing.
A lawsuit against the company that manages Pittsburgh's water -- and that has cut residents off based on erroneous bills -- shows the downside of privatization.
Adding new subway lines, trains, and bus routes makes nearby housing more attractive -- and more economical for people who need to commute to jobs.
To hold back a rising tide, Seattle has embraced an approach that other cities have outlawed.