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  • Public safety unions' contracts to expire

    Contracts between Newport Beach and the city's public safety unions are set to expire Saturday, and officials said they have not yet agreed on how much workers' retirement benefits should be scaled back. Newport Beach police, firefighters and...
  • December: Guilty plea in 2010 Bel Air murder; teacher bonus bungled

    December: Guilty plea in 2010 Bel Air murder; teacher bonus bungled
    A 21-year-old Parkville man received a 25-year sentence for the July 18, 2010 shooting death of Derrick Maxey Jr. in the parking lot of the American Legion Post on Bond Street in Bel Air. Rakim Raid Muhammad pleaded guilty to second degree murder and use...
  • Indiana Statehouse capacity limit angers Democrats

    Indiana Statehouse capacity limit angers Democrats
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A new policy announced Friday that limits how many people can be inside the Indiana Statehouse at any given time has angered Democrats and union officials, who call it an attempt to stymie the public's right to protest...
  • Mishawaka firefighters union wins grievance

    MISHAWAKA — An arbitrator in Fort Wayne has ruled in favor of the Mishawaka firefighters union in a grievance with the city. For now, it leaves the fate of the city’s third ambulance shift in question. Both the city and the union agree the...
  • York City Council Passes 2012 Budget

    York City Council Passes 2012 Budget
    In a rare Saturday morning session the York City Council passes the 2012 budget avoiding a city-wide shutdown that would have happened at midnight. Council members voted to raise property taxes by 17 percent, cut community development by $10,000...
  • Community Commentary: Costa Mesa made many changes for the good

    The end of the year is a time of reflection. That's a good thing. As the late Peter Drucker said, "Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come even more effective action." I am grateful for the thousands of...
  • Advocacy panel proposes expanded MARC service

    Advocacy panel proposes expanded MARC service
    Increasing MARC train service during off-peak hours and initiating it on weekends would help boost the Baltimore-Washington economy, says a regional transportation advocacy group that seeks to make it easier for potential employees to reach job centers....
  • Daniels rescinds new statehouse security rules

    Daniels rescinds new statehouse security rules
    Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels has just rescinded new statehouse security rules that would have put a 3,000 person limit on the number of people allowed in the state capitol at any one time. This comes right as the Indiana Legislature begins its 2012...
  • 5 charged with felonies in school corruption probe

    5 charged with felonies in school corruption probe
    SAN DIEGO -- Four current and former school officials and a construction company employee are being charged with felonies in connection with a "pay to play" corruption investigation, prosecutors said Wednesday. CORRECTION: A photo of educator Bertha...
  • Union leaders: Labor costs are not why Boeing is leaving

    Union leaders: Labor costs are not why Boeing is leaving
    Leaders of Wichita’s aircraft unions say they feel misled by Boeing’s decision to leave the Air Capital by the end of 2013. “It’s a sad day,” said Midwest SPEEA Director Bob Brewer.  He spoke minutes after the aerospace...
  • Indiana Legislature's 1st day draws more protesters

    Indiana Legislature's 1st day draws more protesters
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Hundreds of union members filled hallways of the Indiana Statehouse and lined the sidewalks outside Wednesday, marking the start of the second year of boisterous debate over the Republican-backed right-to-work proposal. Many...