A construction worker from Catonsville, Baltimore County, has claimed a $100,000 top prize in the 50X The Cash game. The $10 scratch-off game turned fortune’s favour onto the worker, who discovered the life-changing sum upon matching one of the winning numbers at home.
A man who had been living rent-free in the New Yorker Hotel is facing charges of filing false property records after attempting to claim ownership of the building. Mickey Barreto, a 48-year-old man from New York City, was living in the property for free by exploiting a local housing law that al
A robotics startup on a mission to transform the construction industry with efficient, AI-driven construction robots capable of building walls autonomously has raised $25 million (£20m) to scale its robots across Europe.
The new HMP Glasgow is set to become home to hundreds of endangered swifts – thanks to nesting boxes built into the prison walls. The prison, which will replace the notorious Barlinnie jail, will also feature owl and bat boxes, fruit trees and extensive gardens for inmates.
A hydrogel material made of nanocellulose and algae has been tested as an alternative, greener architectural material for the first time. The study, from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden and the Wallenberg Wood Science Center, shows how the abundant sustainable material can be 3D printed
A barrier is to be installed at the top of a street in Edinburgh after sat nav errors repeatedly directed drivers down a set of steps. Four vehicles in as many weeks have attempted to drive down the stairs on Greenside Lane, near the city's Theatre Royal bar, where an updated road layout w
The operators of a bridge in New Orleans are crossing their fingers that new federal guidance for electronic road signs doesn't apply to their amusing road signs. The Federal Highway Administration's new rule for the road manual says highway signs should be simple, direct and avoid wording "intended