- Laid-off Warrick Alcoa workers to get help to find new jobs Updated: May-01-16 6:12 pm
NEWBURGH, Indiana - More than 300 workers who lost their jobs last month when Alcoa closed its Warrick County smelter in southwestern Indiana may be eligible to get federal help to find a new job.
- Rhode Island awarded $1.25 million to help the unemployed Updated: Apr-30-16 4:48 pm
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Rhode Island has been awarded nearly $1.25 million to provide re-employment and eligibility assessments to people who are unemployed.
- US consumer prices rise modestly in March Updated: Apr-14-16 8:59 am
WASHINGTON - U.S. consumer prices rose a modest 0.1 percent in March as a drop in grocery prices offset higher energy costs.
- Help wanted: Seasonal restaurants struggle with visa delays Updated: Apr-11-16 9:22 am
ORLEANS, Massachusetts - Putting in 15-hour days as cook and cleaner is not what Don Berig expected to be doing at this point in his life, but he and his wife, Marylou, are on the front lines at the Lobster Claw until the restaurant's seasonal workforce arrives.
- OSHA fines northern Ohio company after employee's death Updated: Apr-10-16 9:20 am
CLYDE, Ohio - Federal safety regulators have fined a northern Ohio company more than $16,000 following a fatal accident in October.
- OSHA cites food manufacturer for alleged safety violations Updated: Apr-08-16 3:42 pm
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - Federal regulators have proposed $124,000 in penalties for a Louisiana food manufacturing company accused of exposing workers to hazardous chemicals and other dangerous conditions.
- OSHA probes man's death at Missouri sheltered workshop Updated: Apr-08-16 1:02 pm
FULTON, Missouri - Federal workplace safety officials are investigating the death of a 42-year-old worker who became pinned between a truck and a forklift at a Fulton, Missouri, workshop for people with disabilities.
- Federal agency: Anaconda plant workers exposed to arsenic Updated: Apr-06-16 5:26 pm
HELENA, Montana - Workers at a plant in Anaconda that produces roofing materials and abrasives are exposed to high arsenic levels for prolonged periods, with the highly toxic substance found in the air, on clothing and even on the lunchroom microwave, federal officials said Wednesday.