Identifying where high-speed internet is available has been tricky. But the map may give officials a better idea of who's left out.
Bemidji, Minnesota, population about 15,000, is offering people $2,500 to relocate to the Northwoods and bring their remote jobs with them.
Rural counties in Mississippi received a $4.6 million grant to connect schools, businesses and public services to the internet.
Emporia, Kansas, wants to get into tech.
The geographic digital divide is wider than ever.
Almost 40 percent of rural America doesn't have access to broadband internet or reliable mobile service.
New York is looking to bridge the digital divide by bringing broadband access to every household in the Empire State by the end of next year. It would be the first state in the country to pull that off. Many poor and rural areas lack broadband. Click the audio player above to hear the full […]