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NEW YORK (AP) — Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the nation's largest private employer, is scaling back health care coverage for future part-time workers while raising premiums for some full-time workers. The discounter says that rising health care costs...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A group of female Wal-Mart employees in California have filed a new lawsuit alleging that the company pays and promotes them at lower rates than their male counterparts. The lawsuit filed in San Francisco federal court Thursday...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY – Ready or not, Black Friday is right around the corner. Stores are in full swing preparing, but are you ready for the holiday shopping season? Some shoppers have been saving up all year for this; others said they're only...
Tags: Hobbies, Holidays, Lobbying, Black Friday (shopping), Christmas
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of baby bassinets made by Burlington Basket Co. are being recalled because of concerns that they could collapse if not assembled properly. The recall involves about 500,000 bassinets — all made by...
DETROIT (AP) — A federal judge says Michigan's medical-marijuana law doesn't stop Wal-Mart Stores from firing an employee for drug use. Judge Robert Jonker (YON'-ker) says the 2008 law doesn't regulate private employment. In a 20-page decision...
Tags: Health, Justice System, Crime, Law and Justice, Laws, Employees
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Wal-Mart de Mexico says it will spend 19 billion pesos ($1.6 billion) to expand its operations in Mexico and Central America this year, with plans to open 445 stores. Thursday's announcement comes two days after parent company...
SOUTH BEND — After nearly eight years of planning, the city is moving forward on a project to build a traffic roundabout on its growing southwest side. The city will build the roundabout in the 4100 block of South Main Street, and plans to start...
NEW YORK (AP) — Aretha Franklin says she's back at "150 percent" and plans her first post-surgery concert in May Franklin said in an interview Wednesday with The Associated Press that she's set to perform at the Seneca Niagara Casino in Buffalo,...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Retail store operators may want to sit down for this one — if they can find a chair. Nearly every national chain is under legal attack in California for failing to provide "suitable seating" for cashiers and other...
Tribune Staff WriterThe South Bend Common Council is taking a harder look at whether the Ireland Road Wal-Mart can begin selling guns. Council President Derek Dieter, a city police officer, said he wants more information on the store's proposed sales of assault weapons...
NILES — A Niles man will be spending the next 14 years in prison for sexually assaulting a young woman at Riverfront Park in Niles last fall. Mark Douglas Weiss, 58, of Broadway in Niles, was sentenced Monday in Berrien County Trial Court for...
Tags: Health, Justice System, Stress, Judges, Trials
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