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Nebraska's preliminary unemployment rate inched up a tenth of a point to hit 3.7 percent in March, but the state's jobless rate remains one of the lowest in the nation, according to a state report released Friday. More News The 3.7 percent rate in
Last week, the contractor for the first phase of the Silver Line Metro extension certified that Phase One was complete. The Silver Line will eventually take riders deep into Loudoun County, beyond Washington Dulles International Airport. What is
The overall index for an economic survey of bankers in 10 Midwestern and Plains states has risen for a second consecutive month, suggesting more growth in the months ahead. The Rural Mainstreet Index hit 53.2 in April, compared with 50.1 in March.
Kentucky officials say annual unemployment rates rose last year for 57 of the state's 120 counties but dropped for 51 counties. Meanwhile, the rates for 12 counties stayed the same from 2012 to 2013, and Kentucky's rate of 8.3 percent was also
Come, meet the candidates, listen to their responses and form your own opinions. The League of Women Voters is offering two forums this primary election season at which all candidates for Assembly District 28 are invited to participate and respond to
Governing.com has put together a map of changes in inflation-adjusted per capita personal income by U.S. county between 2007 and 2012, using data from the BEA. "While per capita personal income had just about returned to pre-recession levels in 2012,
Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is interviewed by a Reuters reporter at Sanders' office in Burlington, Vermont November 28, 2006...Senator Bernie Sanders warned that a growing number of Americans were losing faith in the political system at a New Hampshire
The hope is to lure enough warm bodies and skilled workers to fill 25,000 jobs now vacant, and another 76,000 that it expects to see by the end of the decade.
Today the United States District Court in Idaho unsealed a complaint that has been joined by the U.S. Department of Justice under the federal False Claims Act against for-profit Stevens-Henager College and its affiliated schools CollegeAmerica and
People in Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey are the most likely of any state's residents to say their state's taxes are too high, according to new data released by Gallup on Wednesday . New York and New Jersey top the list, as 77 percent of their