Heavy agriculture and global warming are aligning to produce nasty algae blooms in the Great Lakes, scientists says.
Populations in markets hit hard by the 2008 crisis – like Phoenix, Orlando, and Las Vegas – grew faster than others.
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And other lessons learned from a vast new data tool from the Urban Institute.
The percentage of accidents involving alcohol varies widely by city.
Climate change-related heat waves and intense storms are projected to hit Eastern U.S. cities especially hard.
Freakonomics revives a tried, and tired, debate.
America's major cities lean Democratic, but these swing state metropolises could end up playing a deciding role.
Anonymous advertising is against Clear Channel Policy, but this contract was signed by mistake.
National coverage of ruin and revival gloss over deeper truths about these cities.
A new art museum debuts in Cleveland's University Circle, a part of town that has avoided much of the city's economic struggles.
A Cleveland start-up helps apartment complexes up their social media game.
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Where property abandonment is growing and declining.
"It was almost like it was [originally] designed to be a restaurant."
The worst culprits aren't necessarily the ones you'd expect.
Five blocks of a downtown Cleveland boulevard were temporarily transformed this spring.
Worker-owned cooperatives are leveraging the city's the biggest institutions to create jobs in the impoverished neighborhoods right next door.
You've seen a police officer on horseback, but have you seen a goat in a department of public works uniform?
When designed the right way, a BRT line can be a smart alternative to more expensive modes of public transit.