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Archive: October 29, 2012

PHOTO: Green technology has added 40,000 new jobs to the Michigan auto industry, according to a new report. Courtesy of drivinggrowth.org.

DETROIT - Today's U.S. auto industry is very different than the one that almost went bankrupt three years ago, according to a new report from Center for American Progress. The Center says the combination of new fuel efficiency standards and the Midwestern manufacturing base has created close to 40,0 ...Read More

Photo: Lori Compas, WBA<br />

MADISON, Wis. - The huge business group Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce is one of the most powerful lobbying organizations in the state. However, now there's a new business group on the block. Lori Compas, executive director of the newly-formed Wisconsin Business Alliance, says her organization ...Read More

PHOTO: Failure to yield the right of way. Improper turns and bad lane changes. A-A-R-P has found these are all problems facing older drivers - and its solution shows you're never too old to head back to class.

DENVER - Failure to yield the right of way, improper turns, and bad lane changes. AARP has found these are all problems facing older drivers, and its solution shows you're never too old to head back to class. More than 30 years ago, AARP created a driver safety course for seniors called "55 Alive." ...Read More

PHOTO: Many schools have events or assemblies to announce their vote results. This shot was taken at a 2008 Mock Election event at Beaverton City Hall. Courtesy of League of Women Voters of Oregon.

PORTLAND, Ore. - Like father, like son? Not necessarily - at least, not when it comes to how they're voting in this year's elections. In Oregon's Student Mock Election, held at schools across the state from Oct. 29 through Nov. 2, the idea is not to predict how the "real" election will turn out, but ...Read More

PHOTO: Kids have teased and taunted each other for generations, but the wireless age is allowing youngsters to extend their harmful reach in the form of cyberbullying.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Kids have teased and taunted each other for generations, but the wireless age is allowing youngsters to extend their harmful reach in the form of cyberbullying. In cyberspace, attacks range from sending cruel text messages to posting photos or videos on public Internet sites for the ...Read More

PHOTO: Florida's early voting kicked off this weekend and poll monitors are on hand to make sure everyone is able to exercise their right to vote.

MIAMI - Florida's early voting kicked off this weekend and, with the state's history of election controversy, poll monitors are on hand to make sure everyone who wants to cast a ballot is able to exercise the right to vote. The AFL-CIO is one organization monitoring the polls and its executive vice ...Read More

PHOTO: Men testing a furnace.

RICHMOND, Va. - Winter is right around the corner, and if predictions are correct, it will be a cold one. That means many cash-strapped Virginians will face high fuel bills. For some, it could be a matter of choosing between food, medicine and heat. However, help is available for thousands who quali ...Read More

PHOTO: A new idea has been proposed for funding a student's portion of higher education at Washington's public colleges.

SEATTLE - Imagine going to college without paying tuition up front – and committing instead to paying a small percentage of your future income so that others can do the same. This new idea has been proposed for funding a student's portion of higher education at Washington's public colleges. ...Read More

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