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RideKC Receives FTA Green Light to Enter Project Development For The KC Streetcar Main St. Extension

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Kansas City, MO – Jan. 5, 2017) – The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA), in partnership with the Kansas City

Audubon and National Geographic Declare 2018 as Year of the Bird

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More than 100 organizations join forces for 12 months of storytelling and science to examine how our changing environment is impacting

Governor Cuomo Announces Attendance at New York State Fairgrounds Events Soars More than 50 Percent

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced today that attendance at New York State Fairgrounds events other than the 13-day State Fair soared to an estimated 832,048, an increase of more than 57 percent over 2016's estimated attendance of 529,000. The Fairgrounds hosted 189 privately-operated events in 2017, up more than 16 percent from 2016, generating 732 event days of activity, up more than 12 percent.

Court to government: Stop targeting pregnancy center

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Legal Doc: Fourth Circuit Decision in Greater Baltimore Pregnancy Center v.

Hoops for Hope alumni game supports Lutheran Hope Center

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In what might become a match for the ages, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis students will face off against alumni — now serving as

Get to know Penn State's new benefits vendors

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — 2018 has begun and Penn State has four new health and welfare vendors. Faculty and staff are encouraged to take a few minutes to familiarize themselves with the new vendors, listed below, and take advantage of the tools and resources now available.

NFL Rumors: Raiders To Pay Jon Gruden Massive Amount As Coach

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y. The ESPN analyst will sign a 10-year, $100 million contract to join the Oakland Raiders as head coach, ESPN’s Adam Schefter

A.G. Schneiderman Leads Amicus Brief To Protect NY Cities & Police Departments From Funding Cuts, Block Trump Administration From Punishing Sanctuary Jurisdictions

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NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman led 15 Attorneys General in an amicus brief to protect cities and police departments from federal funding cuts, supporting a challenge to the Trump administration’s efforts to punish so-called “sanctuary” jurisdictions by putting immigration-related conditions on federal law enforcement grants. The Attorneys General argue that these conditions interfere with states’ and localities’ right to set their own law enforcement policies and that the Department of Justice lacks the authority to impose these new conditions.

ECi Announces New Product Branding for MarkSystems Software for Homebuilders

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Fort Worth, TX—Friday, January 5, 2018 ECi Software Solutions (, a leader in industry-specific information

Decembers Factory Jobs Growth Can Continue With Crackdown on Unfair Chinese Trade

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The manufacturing sector grew by 25,000 jobs in December, according to the latest employment data from the Labor Department.

Tennessee Highway Patrol Graduates 50 New Troopers

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NASHVILLE – 50 cadets earned their badges officially becoming the newest members of the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP). Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally served as the keynote speaker at the graduation ceremony at Hermitage Hills Baptist Church.

St. Johns River blue crab trap closure starts

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Recreational and commercial blue crab traps in all waters of the St. Johns River system must be removed from the water before Jan.

Realogy Makes Key Organizational Changes

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MADISON, N.J., Jan. 5, 2018 / / -- Realogy Holdings Corp.

UNT student heads to retail industrys top show, thanks to scholarship

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DENTON (UNT), Texas — A University of North Texas student is going to one of the biggest shows in retail, thanks to a unique

January 2018 APA Board Meeting Agenda

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RAY BROOK, NY - The Adirondack Park Agency will hold its monthly meeting at its headquarters in Ray Brook on Thursday, January 11,

The Awards Keep Coming for the New Nebraska DMV Website

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LINCOLN, Neb.--( )--The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles' (DMV) website has once again won an award, this time for the

A.G. Schneiderman Announces $170,000 Settlement With Papa John's Pizza Franchisee For Failing To Pay Workers

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BROOKLYN – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced a settlement with Sandeep Singh, Star Fine Foods, Inc., Star Fine Foods II, Inc., and Star Fine Foods IV, Inc., the owners of three Papa John’s Pizza franchise stores in Brooklyn, NY. The three locations violated minimum wage and overtime requirements, and took unlawful deductions from workers’ wages by failing to reimburse all work-related expenses. In total, Singh will pay $171,895.12 in restitution and damages to over 100 underpaid workers.

National Cooperative Bank Originates Over $33 Million for New York-Area Housing Cooperatives in December 2017

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New York, NY (January 5, 2018) – National Cooperative Bank (NCB), a leading lender to cooperative housing throughout the Tri-State

Athens Exchange trading date of ordinary shares resulting from the exercise of stock options

Zug, Switzerland – 5 January 2018 – Coca‑Cola HBC AG (“Coca‑Cola HBC” or the “Company”), today announces the admission

Scottish Academy statement on winter pressures in the NHS

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The Scottish Academy recognises the current challenges faced across the NHS in Scotland - and more widely across the UK – this

Mechanism that converts white fat to brown identified

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An international team of researchers led from Karolinska Institutet have, in experiments on mice, pinpointed a mechanism for the

Senator Alexander Received National Award for Distinguished State Leadership

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Columbia, SC – December 11, 2017 – Senator Thomas Alexander was awarded the National Award for Distinguished State Leadership, a

American Detained Abroad by U.S. Tells ACLU He Wants to Challenge His Detention in Court

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NEW YORK — The American Civil Liberties Union told a court today that its attorneys have talked to a U.S. citizen who has been held

ONC Releases Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement Resources

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On Friday, Jan. 5, 2018, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) released its draft Trusted Exchange Framework and

USITC Will Conduct Full Five-Year (Sunset) Reviews Concerning Silicomanganese from China and Ukraine

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The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC or Commission) has voted to conduct full five-year (“sunset”) reviews concerning
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