- Investigation: Ohio not tracking insurance death benefits Updated: May-23-16 2:59 pm
DAYTON, Ohio - The state hasn't tracked insurance companies' payments of death benefits to Ohio residents to see if they are getting what they are owed since a national probe revealed large insurers were holding onto billions of dollars meant for beneficiaries, according to a newspaper's investigation.
- The Latest: Legislature's mad dash toward deadline is on Updated: May-22-16 10:13 pm
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - The Latest on the last work day for the Minnesota Legislature (all times local):
- Massachusetts families grapple with rising college costs Updated: May-17-16 4:35 pm
WORCESTER, Massachusetts - Growing up next to the beckoning gleam of the city's colleges, Rose Molina's daughter envisioned herself going to one of those schools one day. "It was one of the things she'd talk about when she was very young," she said.
- EXCHANGE: North Boone senior recognized for returning wallet Updated: May-17-16 6:27 am
POPLAR GROVE, Illinois - Tristin Budzyn-Barker and his mother, Lori Barker, were at a restaurant near Los Angeles International Airport a few weeks ago, heading back from his uncle's funeral, when they spotted a wallet that someone had left behind.
- Money troubles close college once headed by Sanders' wife Updated: May-16-16 2:18 pm
MONTPELIER, Vermont - A tiny Vermont college that has faced financial troubles since it was headed by the wife of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will close at the end of the month, officials announced Monday.
- Clinton campaign woos women in New Mexico Updated: May-14-16 5:28 am
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Supporters of Hillary Clinton in New Mexico are calling attention to the Democratic presidential candidate's policies and advocacy on women's issues.
- Governor warns of deficits as California tax campaign begins Updated: May-13-16 7:29 pm
SACRAMENTO, California - California Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday raised the specter of steep budget deficits if his voter-approved, temporary tax increases on the wealthy are allowed to expire - a warning that added political overtones to his proposed $122.2 billion state budget.
- Local concert dedicated to childhood cancer survivors Updated: May-08-16 10:46 am
CHARLES TOWN, West Virginia - Members of the congregation at St. James the Greater Catholic church in Charles Town have spent the past three months preparing for a May 20 concert dedicated to children who attend the church who have dealt with cancer at an early age.
- Correction: Bevin-Vetoes story Updated: Apr-28-16 11:26 am
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - In a story April 27 about Gov. Matt Bevin's budget vetoes, The Associated Press erroneously identified the current Commissioner for the Department of Vehicle Regulation and misspelled the former commissioner's name. The new commissioner is John-Mark Hack, whose appointment was announced Wednesday. Rodney Kuhl, now the former commissioner, made his comments to state lawmakers last month.