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Archive: November 28, 2011

EVANSVILLE, Ind. - Vectren South customers pay the highest electricity rates in the state - and many of those ratepayers are expected to show up at an Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) field hearing tonight in Evansville to comment on Vectren's latest request to recover its costs. Evansvi ...Read More

GEORGETOWN, Ind. - Most people think of institutional settings when they think of nursing homes, but that's starting to change, thanks to a southern Indiana nun. Sr. Barbara Ann Zeller, with the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, is creating small "villas" fashioned more like a regula ...Read More

NEW YORK - Midnight on New Year's Eve is the deadline in contract talks between building owners and the union representing 22,000 building maintenance workers in New York. Contract talks started in mid-November, with building owners asking for concessions. Hector Figueroa, the secretary-treasurer ...Read More

RALEIGH, N.C. - The cost of holiday gifts can linger much longer than the joy of giving. North Carolina has the second-highest amount of credit card debt in the country, according to credit-tracker Transunion, and with unemployment on the rise, even more people may decide to borrow money to buy pres ...Read More

HARTFORD, Conn. - Companies both big and small stand to gain from Gov. Dannel Malloy's jobs bill, which passed the state legislature with almost unanimous support. The $626 million in bond funding will support a variety of programs. Catherine Smith, who heads the Department of Economic and Communit ...Read More

OLYMPIA, Wash. - Today, the State Capitol is as busy as department stores were on Black Friday, as lawmakers convene for a special session. The topic is how Washington will cope with its $2 billion budget shortfall. The choices are familiar: more cuts to state agencies and services, or revenue incre ...Read More

AUBURN, Maine - The congressional "super committee" has failed to reach an agreement to cut the federal budget deficit, but the battle over taxes is continuing. At least one Maine business owner says it is time wealthier taxpayers like himself step up and pay more. Jim Wellehan is president of Lam ...Read More

LAKEWOOD, Colo. - Some Walmart holiday shoppers got more than Black Friday bargains this weekend. About 25 activists staged a "flash action" in the electronics department of the Lakewood store on Saturday. They're part of a national campaign to get the world's largest retailer to offer free recyclin ...Read More

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