The Portland City Council voted Wednesday to legalize short-term rentals in single-family homes, giving added legitimacy to rental websites such as Airbnb.
Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers:
A former IRS official at the heart of the agency's tea party controversy called Republicans "crazies" and more in newly released emails.
University of Alabama chemist Robin Rogers imagines a future where shrimp shells could become more than a smelly seafood byproduct.
British police have charged two former senior journalists at the now-defunct News of the World tabloid with conspiring to hack phones.
The Lafayette Police Department wants to install crime cameras in troubled neighborhoods throughout the city, allowing officers to monitor activity from headquarters and on their laptop computers.
The Oregon Scientific Weather@Home (model BAR218HG) is one of those gadgets, which you don't think you need until you need it.
West Virginia University at Parkersburg has signed a transfer agreement with Pierpont Community and Technical College.
Eastern Kentucky University has joined the Higher Education Video Games Alliance to boost academic program in video game development.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation had added a fugitive from Sevierville to its top 10 most wanted list.
The Indiana State Fair is offering a free updated mobile app for smartphones aimed at helping visitors navigate their way around the fairgrounds on Indianapolis' north side.
New technology at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport aims to make the U.S. customs process a little easier for international travelers.
A Marshall University faculty member is conducting NASA research that's aimed at better understanding how microgravity will impact crew members on extended missions.
The world's largest online retailer is facing off in India against a new name in e-commerce that was founded by former Amazon employees.