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Archive: December 6, 2011

BOISE, Idaho - Rural transportation decisions in Idaho could face a roadblock under the federal transportation bill making its way through Congress. Coeur d'Alene, Pocatello, Lewiston and Idaho Falls would specifically be affected, according to Daren Fluke, president of the Idaho Chapter of the Amer ...Read More

KETCHUM, Idaho - People in the Rockies and from around the country are willing to pay just for the chance to see a wolf in its natural habitat. That's what a guide has discovered, and the tours he and his wife offer in Yellowstone National Park are always booked. Nathan Varley says his waiting lis ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Occupy Wall Street movement takes on the foreclosure crisis starting today, and people across Ohio are joining the effort. As part of a National Day of Action, they are coming together in support of homeowners and renters who are fighting with banks or mortgage companies to be a ...Read More

MILL VALLEY, Calif. - Investing in California's federally-protected public lands is good for business. That's what more than 100 economists and academics from across the nation, including 11 from California, are hoping to impress upon President Obama. They've sent a letter urging him to consider the ...Read More

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A deadline is fast approaching that may leave some older Californians without the health care coverage they need. Medicare's open enrollment deadline is Wed., Dec. 7 – tomorrow. Christina Clem, a spokesperson for AARP California, says those who've waited until the last mi ...Read More

ST. LOUIS - The Occupy Wall Street movement estimates about one in four homeowners in America is underwater in their mortgage, meaning they owe more on their home than the property is currently worth. There seems to be no shortage of families pushed to the brink in this economy and today, "Occupy Ou ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - More and more people across Minnesota are in need of help putting food on the table, and a charitable event tonight will help fill the pantries in the Arrowhead region in the northeast part of the state. The 5th Annual "Stock the Shelves" event is to be held at The Liffey in St. Pa ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Minnesota State Senate holds another information hearing today on the push for a new stadium for the Vikings pro football team. The president of the Minnesota AFL-CIO, Shar Knutson, says she hopes the talks will lead to a deal that has the support of both the team and of stat ...Read More

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