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SACRAMENTO -- California's economy should grow at a slow but steady pace in the budget year that begins July 1, says an economic forecast contained in Gov. Jerry Brown's revised spending proposal. The all-important housing market is stronger, and...
Tags: Labor Markets, Credit and Debt, Politics, Jerry Brown, Finance
Rarely have I seen a more perfect illustration of the two Floridas as in the juxtaposition of two front-page stories: Right next to the May 14 story, "States to cut 4 weeks of unemployment benefits," is an article on the possible benefits to "tony" Boca...
Tags: Gucci Group NV, Coconut Creek
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota will be reducing extended unemployment compensation benefits by nearly 17 percent as part of federal budget cuts. The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation says the benefits will be reduced by 16.8...
A Forks Township company that makes ice machines and refrigeration equipment for a variety of industries is expanding its Lehigh Valley operation and expects to add 50 jobs over the next three years. Follett Corp. is investing $3.7 million in an...
Summer job opportunities could be increasing for teenagers, but much more than money is at stake for teens hoping to work this summer. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1.4 million teens between the ages of 16 and19 landed summer jobs...
WASHINGTON – Facing the next big health-care challenge in Florida, Uncle Sam plans to enlist hundreds of consumer "navigators" over the next several months to help enroll up to 3.5 million uninsured state residents by January, when everyone is...
Salute to a film legend I suspect that few of today's young moviegoers have ever heard of Ray Harryhausen, who died this week at the age of 92. But to my generation, going to the cinema as a teenager in the 1950s, Harryhausen's films were as revered...
Finally! A viable solution for the homeless experience. We see homeless people and families in our parks, on our beaches, under our bridges and in our subway stations, and we ask ourselves, "When is someone going to do something about this? How did...
HARRISBURG — When Gov. Tom Corbett took office in 2010, he inherited a $4 billion deficit that he plugged with massive cuts to public schools, universities and human services programs while leaving the prisons budget untouched and not raising taxes....
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- People fired for missing work and not following company rules could have a harder time claiming unemployment benefits under a bill sent to Gov. Jay Nixon. The House voted 98-57 to pass the measure Wednesday. The Senate...
First Hurricane Katrina took John Hoffmann Jr.'s home, which flooded, then exploded, and then burned. Next the storm took Hoffmann's job of 23 years washing dishes at Antoine's Restaurant, a position that vanished when the heavily damaged New Orleans...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Labor Day, Theft, Oceans, Natural Disasters
Home for Chuck Wonycott these days is a cramped metal bunk with a thin foam mattress deep in the bowels of an old merchant marine ship docked at the Port of New Orleans. His closet is a narrow locker. His dining room is the ship's mess hall. His...
May 14, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
May 15, 2013 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
May 14, 2013 |Story| AP Broadcast
May 13, 2013 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
May 14, 2013 |Story| South Bend Tribune
May 12, 2013 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
May 11, 2013 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
May 10, 2013 |Story| Daily Pilot
May 1, 2013 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
May 1, 2013 |Story| KY3-TV
May 8, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
May 8, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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