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Standard-Speaker, Hazleton, Pa.Health care and wage increases are the talking points as Hazleton Area School District officials and labor unions negotiate new contracts. Negotiations with the Hazleton Area Education Association, the teachers' union, are in the preliminary stages...
The Sacramento BeeRosaura Mendoza tries to feed and clothe two young daughters on a $13-an-hour wage at the Marquez Brothers-El Mexicano cheese factory here, hoping for a slice of the American Dream that the Marquez brothers live. A year ago, Mendoza and few of her...
Tags: Immigration, Work Relations, Employment, Elections, Migration
St. Louis Post-DispatchMoses W. Harrison II, a former chief justice of the Illinois Supreme Court who adamantly argued against the state's death penalty in the months before former Gov. George Ryan's moratorium on capital punishment, died Thursday afternoon at Missouri...
Los Angeles Daily NewsNBCUniversal on Tuesday cleared the final hurdle to its $1.6-billion expansion plan for Universal Studios Hollywood, and construction will begin late summer on the highly anticipated Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The county Board of Supervisors voted...
>> 50 Years Ago — EL CENTRO — Work on the $3 million Valley Plaza Shopping Center will begin Monday. M.W. Agnew Construction Co. of El Centro will start clearing the brush and other obstructions from the land on Monday under a contract...
Vindicator, Youngstown, OhioEven as workers for Allied Waste ended their strike and returned to their regular routes for garbage pickup, labor tension among the union members has not cooled down. Customers throughout the Mahoning Valley still waiting for their trash and...
Tags: Labor Legislation, Strikes, Retirement, 401K, Washington, DC
First, the good news: The Twinkie will be back on store shelves by summer. The bad news is that Hostess' old unions — not content to have killed an American icon that employed 18,000 people, including those located at its multiple factories in...
Tags: Labor Legislation, Strikes, Voting, Unions, Civil Rights
Seattle TimesThe Seattle City Council unanimously approved new affordable-housing fees for development in South Lake Union, but council members said the fees would still leave the city far short of its goals in the fast-growing neighborhood. After objections by...
Editorial unfairly characterized Paul Miller To the editor: I was dismayed to read The Herald-Mail’s negative portrayal of Paul Miller, the former director of the Humane Society of Washington County, in a Feb. 14 editorial. I’ve known him...
Julian Burke, a corporate turnaround expert who brought a steady hand and political savvy to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority when it was teetering financially and facing federal scrutiny for poor bus service across Los Angeles County, died...
Organized labor's lopsided support for Wendy Greuel in the Los Angeles mayor's race has started shifting as unions begin pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into an independent campaign backing her rival, Eric Garcetti. The $300,000 in new labor...
Daily American Staff WriterThe union that represents Paint Township police officers expressed outrage over the district attorney's handling of a case involving an officer who was struck by an all-terrain vehicle in 2011. Arresting Officer Robert Davis said Brett Ryan Marsh, then...
Tags: Justice System, Lawyers, Trials, Prosecution, Court Preliminary
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