Vietnamese authorities searching waters for the missing Boeing 777 jetliner spotted an object Sunday that they suspected was one of the plane's doors, as international intelligence agencies joined the investigation into two passengers who boarded the aircraft with stolen passports.
Chad Staley flips a U-turn on 21st Street to check out the license plate on a pickup when something else catches his eye: A red Acura Legend blows a stop sign right in front of him.
A pilot program that uses GPS technology to monitor when alleged domestic violence offenders get too close to their victims has shown promise in Ramsey County, say authorities who want to continue offering it as an option to help keep victims safe.
The data breach at Target Corp. that exposed millions of credit card numbers has focused attention on the patchwork of state consumer notification laws and renewed a push for a single national standard.
Your weekly look at what's coming up at the Colorado Legislature:
A group of Atlanta entrepreneurs, economic development officials and others — dubbed Southern Fried — are heading to annual technology and entertainment festival South by Southwest Interactive to market the region as startup and mobile media hub.
Go Code Colorado is asking computer coders for help in organizing the state's vast stores of data.
There are more than 20 programmable computers on a tractor.
South Louisiana Community College's campus in Abbeville has received a $7,000 grant from the Louisiana Community and Technical College System to buy Kindle electronic reader tablets to help students bridge the technology gap between smartphone and a laptop or desktop computer.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has proposed removing a dam on the Green River near Mammoth Cave National Park.
Alaska Electric Light & Power Inc. has purchased a piece of equipment — a long-range receiver that mounts to a helicopter — that will make avalanche rescues faster, more efficient and less dangerous for rescue workers.
Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett remembers sitting in the Kansas City Royals clubhouse with teammates long after games ended talking baseball, often sharing a bunch of beer and a bag of potato chips.
Speaking over Skype from the Ecuadorian embassy in London, fugitive WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said his living situation is a bit like prison — with a more lenient visitor policy.
Malaysia Airlines 777 jet vanishes on flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 aboard
What if your son or daughter could graduate high school with a marketable skill, one that could immediately propel them into the workforce, or give them an edge into and/or even help pay for their higher education? That option exists at Greene County Career and Technology Center.
New Mexico students will take pencil to paper for the last time this month for their state standards-based assessment test.
Some kids — well, a lot of kids — play video games. For some, interest fades as they get older. For others, like David Hanson, the passion only grows stronger.
The New Britain (Conn.) Herald, March 5, 2014
An Austin, Texas, technology company says 20 of its employees were aboard the Malaysia Airlines plane that went missing over the South China Sea.
There is something surprising in the radioactive wreck that is the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant: opportunity. To clean it up, Japan will have to develop technology and expertise that any nation with a nuclear reactor will one day need.