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St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain and Louisiana corrections officials are sorting out what will happen to the 148 inmates who were housed at Northshore Workforce LLC's facility in Covington.
A large union for Maryland teachers is endorsing state Sen. Brian Frosh for attorney general.
Alaska's unemployment rate stood at 6.4 percent in January, which was unchanged from December.
A lawsuit alleging a Santa Fe hospital denied employees unpaid lunch breaks may gain hundreds of more plaintiffs.
Fewer teachers are expected to be laid off this year than the previous four school terms according to the state's largest teachers union.
A year ago, Lance Mason was homeless, doing whatever he could to survive. But the Bowling Green man never gave up on creating a better life for himself.
Brock McCourt got lucky when it came to finding a job after being locked up on felony drug, weapon and burglary convictions.
Indiana lawmakers have deleted language in a law that threatened the state pension former first lady Judy O'Bannon began drawing after Gov. Frank O'Bannon died in 2003.
Maine officials want to know which businesses are the best places to work in the state.