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Rep. Michael Burgess wants answers on how stimulus funds are being protected. A congressional panel is looking into how the government is safeguarding stimulus funds after millions were plowed into a now-defunct Texas hospital chain whose former
Subcontractors who worked for Multnomah County misused stimulus money on a picnic, bowling alley rental fees and other mortgage-related costs, says a report by the U.S...The OIG reviewed $661,482 of the money received by Multnomah County and its two
Kent Paterson for Salem-News.com The Great Recession in 2008 left historic problems of employment. Editor's note: Frontera NorteSur takes a look today at federal stimulus spending in the southern New Mexico border region following the economic crisis
Avoid the 21 DUI campaign nets 35 weekend arrests Avoid the 21 DUI campaign nets 35 weekend arrests An anti-DUI campaign by 21 police agencies in Fresno and Madera counties resulted in the arrest of 35 people from Friday through midnight Sunday. The
Students work with flash cards at Middleton Heights Elementary in Middleton, Idaho. (AP Photo/Jessie L. How many education jobs did $107 Billion in stimulus funding create? The picture is "fuzzy," says the Education Department's inspector general...
The Republic azcentral.com Arizona's economy is far from healed after the beating it took from the Great Recession, but it soon will have to give up the crutch of the federal stimulus act, because most of that money has been spent.
A Republican congressional candidate who has spoken against federal stimulus spending said Thursday that he had not a clue that $370,000 he received for plumbing projects in recent years came from the government-backed spending program. Markwayne
On Friday's NBC Nightly News , Brian Williams touted the stimulus spending that went to renovating the reflecting pool between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC: "Tourists in Washington this holiday weekend will find
W.Va. (AP) Four years after Internet routers were purchased for each county courthouse in West Virginia, many are back in state storage. The Charleston Gazette ( http://bit.ly/ OuQbk1 ) reports that the routers are being replaced by much more
Mail Tribune The windows in Nancy Radford's home didn't open...Radford, 83, lives in a mobile home park in Medford with her husband...Inc., the agency replaced Radford's old windows, installed new insulation and added a sliding glass door to her home