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BERRIEN COUNTY – A St. Joseph, Michigan teen allegedly bought soft drinks with food stamp money and planned to return the empty cans for cash. But it’s unclear whether his actions were illegal. Harding’s Supermarket manager Mike...
U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski voted this week in favor of a bill that would allow private-sector employees to trade overtime pay for paid time off at the same rate of 1.5 hours per hour of overtime worked. The bill passed by a vote of 223-204 with mostly...
DETROIT (AP) — Workers at a fast food restaurant on Detroit's east side have walked off the job as part of an effort to push for higher wages. Detroit pastor Charles Williams II says workers want $15 and hour, better working conditions and the...
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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterIt wasn’t just how good the MV-1 looked that had Rick Smith, AM General’s president of commercial business, smiling on Wednesday. The spacious yet stylish cars, the Vehicle Production Group’s first mobility vehicle, look almost like a...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Employees
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Mike Pence signed Indiana's new two-year, $30 billion budget into law Wednesday, praising its tax relief measures and other provisions as incentives that would lure new investment and jobs to the state. The Republican...
WSBT-TVGRANGER – A popular Granger restaurant extends an olive branch to nursing mothers after an incident last Sunday left many of them outraged. A customer complained about a woman breastfeeding her child in the dining area. That's when an employee...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - The University of Notre Dame has agreed to make changes in how it handles investigations of campus sexual assaults as a result of an investigation by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. Specifically, the...
Tags: Laws, Euclid, Health, Criminals, Sex Crimes
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana legislators have approved allowing in-state tuition rates for people who entered the country illegally and were attending a public college when a state immigration law passed two years ago. The Senate voted 34-15 Monday...
CENTREVILLE, Mich. (AP) — Child welfare workers can't be sued in the death of a southwestern Michigan teen who perished in a fire, even if they knew she was regularly tied to her bed by her parents, a federal appeals court said. A three-judge...
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 &...
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: Murder, Trials, Criminals, Career and Workplace, Social Issues
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