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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- An employee who was working around scrap metal was run over by a piece of heavy equipment at a recycling business on Monday afternoon. Police said Tuesday morning that he was Jason Taylor, 35. He was not the operator of the...
The virus known as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus, or MERS -- which has so far killed 38 of the 64 people known to have been infected with it -- has been especially aggressive in Saudi Arabia, where, as of Wednesday, health officials had...
email@example.comMany times, owners who give up their dogs at the Jessamine County Animal Shelter do so because of obedience problems, Mike Cassidy, director of the shelter, told the Jessamine County Fiscal Court on Tuesday. Now, those owners will have a new option....
Akron Beacon JournalCLEVELAND Browns rookie free safety Jamoris Slaughter is ready to take the next major step in his comeback attempt and his young career. Slaughter has been sidelined this offseason while rehabilitating from a ruptured left Achilles' tendon he suffered...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA long-planned road-improvement project moved forward Tuesday when the Washington County Board of Commissioners awarded a nearly $7.8 million construction contract to widen a portion of Robinwood Drive east of Hagerstown. The Robinwood Drive Corridor...
ReutersBy Susan Kelly CHICAGO, June 19 (Reuters) - Shares of U.S. hospital operators have been on a tear this year, on average posting triple the gains of the broader stock market, as investors tallied up the benefits of President Barack Obama's healthcare...
ReutersCHICAGO (Reuters) - Shares of U.S. hospital operators have been on a tear this year, on average posting triple the gains of the broader stock market, as investors tallied up the benefits of President Barack Obama's healthcare reform. While some on Wall...
A month after Park Ridge aldermen reaffirmed a new contract with an employees' union, members are claiming its provisions are not being adhered to by the city. Local 150 of the International Union of Operating Engineers said paychecks were hit with...
WASHINGTON (AP) — There's no guarantee that President Barack Obama's health care law will launch smoothly and on time, congressional investigators say in the first in-depth independent look at its progress. But in a report to be released...
Graduates of Glendale Community College’s nursing program were looking forward to bright futures in the high-demand career field during a traditional “pinning” ceremony on Saturday at the Lanterman Auditorium in La Caņada Flintridge....
The Hartford CourantLess than three weeks after a fast-moving Metro-North train struck and killed a track worker near West Haven, federal investigators on Monday issued an "urgent safety recommendation" saying the railroad should act quickly and start using a basic safety...
ReutersBy Frank Jack Daniel, Serajul Quadir and Fiona Ortiz SAVAR, Bangladesh/MADRID, June 17 (Reuters) - When Spanish garment maker David Mayor arrived in Bangladesh a decade ago the fashion label he set up had the motto "clothing with a heart". In an...
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