COVID-19 cases continue to decline in North Dakota, Burleigh-Morton counties

BISMARCK TRIBUNE STAFF New coronavirus cases in North Dakota and Burleigh-Morton counties have declined for the third straight week. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services’ coronavirus dashboard, which is updated every Friday, there have been 775 new COVID-19 cases in the state over the past seven days, compared to a recent … Read more

New research would make clearing roads in Iowa safer during a snowstorm

New research and technology could help guide Iowa snowplow drivers in white-out conditions and warn them of obstacles, improve driver safety, and keep roads open in low visibility conditions. The Iowa Department of Transportation is working with Iowa State University’s Institute for Transportation to develop a system that will allow its employees to “see” better … Read more

Google’s lawsuit settlement should help protect consumers in Oklahoma < Oklahoma

Oklahoma joined 39 other states in winning the largest multi-state privacy lawsuit settlement in US history, a development that would help protect consumer rights nationwide. Attorneys General won a $391.5 million settlement with Google. Oklahoma’s share of this is $6.84 million. States claimed that Google services on Android and iPhone devices saved users’ location data … Read more