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Surprise, surprise. Look who we found in the audience at Tuesday's budget workshop in County Hall, where Sheriff Scott Israel will talk about his request for a 14 percent increase. Yes, it's his political nemesis, former Sheriff Al Lamberti, sitting...
Tribune staff reporterCaterpillar Inc. and the United Steelworkers Local 1343 in Milwaukee are set to return to the negotiating table on Thursday, the Peoria-based company said in a statement. ?Negotiations had stalled on May 8. Production workers at the company’s...
When the national healthcare law takes full effect next year, millions of Americans risk disrupted health coverage because of common life events: getting married or divorced, having children or taking on a second job. As their family incomes change,...
Is there any human impulse stronger than the urge to tell others what not to eat? Fast food, red meat, white bread, trans fats, sugary cereals, processed foods, salty snacks, fried anything, refined grains, hydrogenated oils, preservatives, artificial...
Tags: Michael Bloomberg, Weight, Obesity, Heart Disease, Coca-Cola Co.
Compliments to Morning Call reporter Tim Darragh on his recent coverage of U.S. Health and Human Service's release of hospital charge data. It's eye-opening how charges for identical services vary widely across hospitals in our region. At first blush,...
WASHINGTON — Republican opposition in many statehouses to expanding Medicaid next year under President Obama's healthcare law — opposition that could leave millions of the nation's poorest residents without insurance coverage — will...
UPDATED with information from BSO The first details of the new Broward County sheriff's budget have emerged: He's asking for a $93.7 million increase in spending, or 14 percent more than was approved last year. To put the number into context, it's...
It took 12 years to go eight miles, but don't underestimate just how far Indianapolis has come while dreaming about, building and completing the Downtown Cultural Trail. In a city and state that desperately need to promote exercise, the trail is an...
Reuters* Democratic Party primary is on Tuesday * City is poster child for mismanaged public finances By Hilary Russ May 19 (Reuters) - In Harrisburg, Pennsylvania's cash-hungry capital city, local political battles are waged much as they are across the...
Tags: Elections, Parties and Movements, Finance, Banking, Bankruptcy
Not so long ago, about one in every 10 adult Floridians was obese. Today, if you line up four Floridians, one of them will be obese. The good news? At least we're not Mississippi, where every third person has a body mass index of 30 or higher —...
SOUTH BEND On-Site Health Solutions received certification by the state of Indiana as a woman-owned business enterprise. Owner Connie Bryan, R.N., started the company in 2006 to help companies in Indiana and Michigan control health care costs with on-site...
Less than half of the money that the state has spent from its road fund in the last two years actually went to pay for direct construction costs, according to a report issued Tuesday. The majority of payments in fiscal 2012 and 2011 went to cover...
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