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Oil prices plummeted 60 percent since last summer, yet American crude output will reach a record this year according to the Energy Information Administration's Fall Short-Term Energy Outlook. Gas prices will drop about 35 cents this year.
Jun 14, 2015   USA Today
Portland's "Green Streets" program is becoming a new tourist attraction in the city, which officials from other cities are visiting to learn from the Pacific Northwest's model water treatment infrastructure.
Mar 30, 2010   USA Today
Digital billboards with flashing and changing images are being outlawed in cities across the country.
Mar 25, 2010   USA Today
The don't bite. They don't need much space. They follow kids around like a dog. We're talking about miniature goats. Planning commissions across the country are being asked to moved the hooved animals into the "pet" category.
Mar 9, 2010   USA Today
A number of hotels across the country have found that having a resident ghost is good for the bottom line, attracting tourists and thrillseekers.
Mar 1, 2010   USA Today
After more than two years of declines in American driving patterns, the amount of driving seems to be on the rise.
Feb 26, 2010   USA Today
A new study ranks the U.S. states by residents' happiness. From Louisiana (#1) to New York (#51), the happiest people tend to live in sunny, outdoorsy states with strong quality of life measures.
Feb 9, 2010   USA Today
In an effort to cut transportation maintenance costs, some cities are ditching their asphalt roads and going back to gravel.
Feb 8, 2010   USA Today
The economy has slowed growth to a trickle in states like Florida and Nevada, which had seen continuous growth for years.
Dec 27, 2009   USA Today
A new federal grant program is enabling private car and taxi companies in cities across the country to buy new handicapped-accessible cars for their fleets.
Dec 23, 2009   USA Today
Transit ridership has dipped in 2009, according to a new report from the American Public Transportation Association. The recession and high unemployment rates are being blamed.
Dec 21, 2009   USA Today