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Archive: November 20, 2009

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - It's the season of giving, but with paychecks barely covering bills, it takes a little creative thinking for some to figure out ways to squeeze in a charitable contribution out of an already tight budget. That's according to Nevada attorney Beverly Salhanick, who says families migh ...Read More

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - As the nation's unemployment rate hovers above the ten percent mark, the rate for Tennessee's job hunters with disabilities is even higher. It's the theme of an on-going disability employment awareness campaign, which also urges workers with disabilities not to give up on job sear ...Read More

ELD POINT, SD - Air monitoring is set to begin this weekend near the proposed Hyperion oil refinery in Union County, and local residents who oppose the project will be the ones conducting the tests. The so-called "bucket brigade" program will train about a dozen community members to take scientifica ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - Oregonians over age 60 are a bigger and more diverse group than ever before, according to U.S. Census data. This week, at an Aging and Diversity forum in Portland, participants learned that, by 2050, half of Oregon will be made up of racial minorities, and that rural Oregon is poore ...Read More

HARRISBURG, Penn. - Utility rate caps established almost a dozen years ago in Pennsylvania are coming off, and that means electric bills of residential customers who can't find cheaper power elsewhere will be increasing as of the first of the year. Major utilities in Pennsylvania agreed to cap their ...Read More

HELENA, Mont. - It's a tough job, and the pay is not great, so Montanans who dedicate time as substitute teachers are being saluted today as classroom heroes. Substitute Educator Day is part of this week's American Education Week celebration. Eric Feaver, EA-MFT president, says it's impressive how ...Read More

PHOENIX - A budget deal to cut another $300 million in education and health and welfare spending has failed in the Arizona Senate. Republican leaders plan to try again Monday after failing by one vote Thursday. John Wright, president of the Arizona Education Association (AEA), the state's largest ...Read More

CHICAGO - With unemployment at an all time high in Illinois, many residents are accepting jobs that don't pay minimum wage, not realizing their employer is violating the law. It's called "wage theft" and it takes many forms. Protesters and religious groups have launched a campaign to raise awareness ...Read More

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