VINE was launched in Jefferson County, KY on December 6, 1994—exactly one year after Mary Byron’s murder.
Appriss Safety uses the AWS cloud to enable police officers with real-time data to help fight crime.
More than 45 rides are arranged and taken through the ride share app Uber every second in the U.S., according to the company’s website.
National wellbeing awards program announces the final ranking for employers that sustain healthy employee populations.
A limited audit of women prisoners at Topeka Correctional Facility and the Johnson and Wyandotte county jails revealed improper state payments.
Potter County (TX) has renewed participation in the Statewide Automated Victim Notification Service program.
Sandy Horton grew up in Crawford County and began his 33-year career with the local sheriff’s department while still attending Pittsburg High School.
Mike Davis credits the growth of Appriss’ work environment to the employees’ efforts to get behind it.