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A report by state Controller Kim Wallin shows Nevada's general fund revenues rose 4 percent in the last fiscal year.
A prosecutor told jurors Tuesday that a Wisconsin pediatrician accused of sexual assault had no medical reason to touch the 15 male juvenile patients' genitals, while the defense argued that the boys misconstrued what the doctor was doing during exams.
Doctors, hospitals and other providers aren't getting paid for the care they deliver to a quarter-million state employees and retirees insured through the Office of Group Benefits.
Authorities say at least nine people required hospital treatment after a fire in a truck parked at a food processing facility in central Pennsylvania.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear presented his state budget plan on Tuesday for the two-year period beginning July 1. Here are some of the highlights:
The state medical board is accusing a Houston doctor of falsely advertising his unlicensed cancer drug.
Surging sales of Johnson & Johnson's prescription medicines and the rebound of its recall-plagued consumer health business lifted fourth-quarter profit 19 percent.
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Gov. Susana Martinez wants lawmakers to focus on economic development, including expanding programs that train health care professionals.