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2014/12/18 05:44
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OREGON CITY, Ore. — After remaining obscured from view for more than a century, Willamette Falls is slated to reopen to the public as part of a grand riverfront redevelopment project near downtown...
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2014/12/18 03:37
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Investigative panel blasts Fischer, Animal Services over dog scandalPosted: Wednesday, December 17, 2014 7:14 PM ESTUpdated: Wednesday, December 17, 2014 10:12 PM EST Mayor Greg Fischer (Source: WAVE...
2014/12/18 03:26
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The mayor says minimum wage workers should be paid more, just not as much as some Metro Council members want. "If jobs are portable, or they have competitors outside of Jefferson County, job loss is...
2014/12/18 00:37
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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Mayor Greg Fischer reiterated his opposition to raising Louisville's minimum wage to $10.10 during a Wednesday afternoon news conference while focusing on why he believes an...
2014/12/17 04:09
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Metro Council votes to regulate ride-sharing servicesMetro Council votes to regulate ride-sharing services The Metro Council voted Tuesday night to officially regulate ride-sharing services, such as...
2014/12/17 03:09
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Metro Council approved Bridgestone America's new 30-story headquarters in the heart of downtown Nashville at Tuesday night's meeting. The tower will be built at Fourth Avenue and Demonbreun Street....
2014/12/16 18:40
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While most local residents applaud plans by major companies like IBM and Costco to locate in Louisiana’s capital city, the use of tax dollars to lure them is raising some eyebrows. Local and state...
2014/12/16 13:06
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Fugitive Friday: Central Virginia's Most WantedFugitive Friday: Central Virginia's Most Wanted Fugitive Fridays tracks down Central Virginia's most wanted. Take a look at the photos and see if you...
2014/12/16 07:39
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Someone from former Parish Attorney Mary Roper’s home hacked into the city-parish’s email server 17 times after she was fired Sept. 10, according to a warrant police investigators obtained to search...
2014/12/15 20:26
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Louisville Metro Council committee votes to approve minimum wage increaseLouisville Metro Council committee votes to approve minimum wage increase The Louisville Metro Council's labor and economic...
2014/12/15 03:39
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Baton Rouge police on Saturday searched the home of fired Parish Attorney Mary Roper, trying to find computer files allegedly stolen from the city-parish, a police spokesman said. Authorities...
2014/12/14 04:39
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The Metro Council approved the mayor’s 2015 budget on Tuesday with no changes for the third year in a row, after a failed attempt to add pay raises for the Department of Public Works. The $830...
2014/12/13 22:39
2014/12/13 22:39
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Mayor-President Kip Holden is pursuing another capital improvements tax election, marking his fourth attempt to ask residents to increase their taxes to pay for expensive infrastructure improvements...
2014/12/12 22:39
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Former LSU and NFL running back Cecil “The Diesel” Collins, who became something of a political football during a recent Baton Rouge judicial race, is now asking the judge handling his case to put an...
2014/12/12 21:26
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JCPS communications chief warned for gossiping about fellow employee's sexual orientationJCPS communications chief warned for gossiping about fellow employee's sexual orientation Jefferson County...
2014/12/12 18:06
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To build out the roughly 140 acres surrounding the former Entergy site at 1509 Government St. in the quickest way and with minimal bureaucratic interference, the urban planners chosen to design a...
2014/12/12 16:27
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Porter Stevens doesn't have funding, exhaustive studies, or a well-known advocate, but he does have an idea that has worked before. A streetcar line. It's been 66 years...
2014/12/12 00:40
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Baton Rouge Councilman John Delgado is digging into fired Parish Attorney Mary Roper’s work schedule to determine if she was working regular full-time hours while employed by the city-parish. Delgado...
2014/12/11 23:26
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Last Thursday's Metro Council committee meeting at City Hall was supposed to be a meeting focused on the minimum wage. Sgt. Dave Mutchler, President of the River City...
2014/12/11 17:06
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At its last meeting of the year on Wednesday evening, the Metro Council deferred for the sixth time an item that has spawned an ongoing standoff between the city-parish and bus bench vendors over a...
2014/12/18 05:44
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