Archive for March, 2010

Ehrlich is in for the rematch

Ex-governor will formally launch campaign April 7 Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. confirmed Tuesday that he will try to reclaim his former job as governor, hoping to benefit from a national anti-incumbent sentiment that emerged since the last presidential election and has deepened during the health care debate. (1 min ago)

Precautions urged against norovirus outbreak in Washoe County

Washoe County health officials reported an increase in gastrointestinal illnesses Monday and urged the public to take preventive measures to halt the spread of the disease. (28 secs ago)

Attorney general race sees early intensity

DETROIT — Plans by Michigan Democrats to pick their favorite for attorney general next month have brought an earlier-than-usual intensity to the race pitting attorney Richard Bernstein against Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton. (24 secs ago)

Attorney general race sees early intensity

DETROIT — Plans by Michigan Democrats to pick their favorite for attorney general next month have brought an earlier-than-usual intensity to the race pitting attorney Richard Bernstein against Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton. (24 secs ago)

Attorney general race sees early intensity

DETROIT — Plans by Michigan Democrats to pick their favorite for attorney general next month have brought an earlier-than-usual intensity to the race pitting attorney Richard Bernstein against Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton. (24 secs ago)

DeKalb jobless rate falls

Though DeKalb’s unemployment rate remains at a historically high level, the rate fell slightly in February and officials say Alabama’s economy is starting to show consistent signs? of a rebound. (1 min ago)

Building together?

NEW HAVEN Collington Dunn found work. Legere Group Ltd. found another set of hands to help complete a 138,000-square-foot health facility. (35 secs ago)

Pope accountable for hiding priest abuses says US victim

Pope Benedict should be held accountable for doing nothing about a Wisconsin priest who was accused of sexually abusing as many as 200 boys, one of his victims said (38 secs ago)

Is it a heart attack? Or a thoracic aortic eruption?

When actor John Ritter died suddenly in October 2003, his widow was counted among the many who had never heard about thoracic aortic disease. (52 secs ago)

Urban League: Health, jobs legislation fall short

Landmark health legislation won’t be enough to reduce racial gaps in unemployment and health care, the National Urban League says in urging President Barack Obama to promote a “jobs surge” that targets hard-hit communities. (49 secs ago)