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Urbanization makes its mark on evolution

Washington - Urbanization, that is human development in the form of towns and cities, is affecting evolution, according to a new scientific study. The researchers say this has implications for sustainability and human well-being.

Plans to build a new generation of 'healthy towns'

London - Is it possible to design and engineer a town to be healthy? This is what the British government is considering for a series of new building projects.

Op-Ed: Why are some big towns growing into small cities?

Mankato - Small cities are growing in numerous locations throughout the U.S. Some cities like Mankato, MN are leading the way, but what can urban planners learn?

More than 600,000 join rallies in French towns outside Paris 

Paris - More than 600,000 people rallied against terrorism in towns around the country outside of Paris on Sunday, according to an AFP tally.

US landslide towns divided by mud, united by grief

Arlington - "We're still in shock, really," says Ben Sullivan. As the likely death toll from the monster landslide in the picture postcard valley town of Oso climbs into the dozens, that's a common feeling round here, more than a week after the catastrophe.

Small Towns Face Losing Their Libraries

A community in southern Oregon is bracing for the very real possibility that its entire library system will soon be closing down.

Towns isolated, thousands without power as storm wallops B.C.

Entire towns remained cut off and thousands of British Columbians were still without power early Thursday after a powerful Pacific storm packing strong winds and heavy rains walloped the province.
 

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Mankato office building and parking ramp construction downtown.
Mankato office building and parking ramp construction downtown.