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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — More than 25 percent of Indiana school superintendents do not comply with a year-old state law requiring them to post their employment contracts on their districts' websites, a report Sunday said. The Evansville Courier &...
Tags: Government, Laws, Politics, Executive Branch, Justice System
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND –– AM General met with employees and union officials Friday to let them know that the temporary lay off of some 350 workers will continue through at least June 30. The company issued a WARN notice or Worker Adjustment Retraining...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A woman trained only as a medical assistant told jurors Wednesday that she gave anesthesia, set dosing amounts and performed ultrasounds when she worked at a now-shuttered abortion clinic whose owner is charged with killing a...
(CBS News) The gruesome trial of an abortion provider resumes in Philadelphia Monday. The doctor, Kermit Gosnell, is charged with killing a female patient and seven babies. Gosnell's name may not be familiar, and that makes some abortion opponents...
Tags: Trials, Murder, Jack Ford, Labor Legislation, USA Today
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The debate inside and outside the Indiana Statehouse over the past couple weeks over a lawmaker's proposal that all public schools should have a gun-carrying employee on hand had an undertone magnified by the deadly December...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Democratic lawmakers have introduced more legislation to raise Michigan's minimum wage to $10 an hour over three years. The current state minimum wage is $7.40 per hour. The main sponsors of the legislation announced...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana House has pulled the plug on a proposal that aimed to have all the state's public and charter schools consider having gun-carrying employees at their schools. House members in a voice vote approved without dissent a...
Tags: Employees, Charter Schools
WSBT-TVSOUTH BEND -- A popular 24-hour restaurant must change the way it treats its employees, especially women, after a discrimination lawsuit. Nick's Patio recently agreed to pay a former employee thousands of dollars to make up for what happened when her...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — A local restaurant has agreed to settle a lawsuit the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed on behalf of two women who said they were discriminated against when they told management they were pregnant. Nick’s Patio, a...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A proposal to require a gun-carrying employee in all of Indiana's public and charter schools seemed on the verge of being dropped by legislators Monday. The chairman of the House committee currently considering the bill said he...
If you've been on unemployment for longer than six months -- brace yourself for a smaller check. Starting Monday, automatic spending cuts, known as the sequester, start for people who have been getting unemployment between 27 and 63 weeks. Payments...
WSBT-TVSOUTH BEND – Putting guns in schools for the safety of students and staff is an issue that moved to the forefront after the events at Sandy Hook Elementary. Now, weapons in the learning environment may become a reality in Indiana. On Tuesday, an...
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