SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon Occupational Safety and Health has fined a Springfield restaurant $9,215 for two COVID-19-related violations.
OSHA issued the fine to Along Came Trudy following...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Moving quickly to assert influence over energy issues, President Joe Biden has named two Democrats to lead regulatory agencies that oversee nuclear power, natural gas and other...
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — UMass Memorial Health Care and Harrington Health Care System have taken another step forward in their proposed merger by filing with state regulatory agencies.
CANTON, N.C. (AP) — Two people were killed when a paper packaging mill caught fire in North Carolina, according to authorities.
Two contract workers who were repairing tanks at the Evergreen...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve and four other regulatory agencies announced on Thursday that they have finalized a rule that will ease restrictions curtailing the ability of banks to make...
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s campaign against external oversight agencies reached a new level Friday with the resignation of the head of the federal...
BANGKOK (AP) — British supermarket chain Tesco has agreed to a $10.6 billion deal to sell all its stores in Thailand and Malaysia to companies belonging to the CP Group, Thailand's biggest...
DENVER (AP) — Hundreds of state employees in Colorado have prepared to have their emails eliminated to remove access to government records that would otherwise be public.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve and four other regulatory agencies announced final approval Tuesday to changes in the "Volcker rule" passed after the 2008 financial meltdown to crack down on...
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Members of mine rescue teams from across the country will be in West Virginia this week to compete in readiness tests.
ROCKERVILLE, S.D. (AP) — Reports from two regulatory agencies are critical of how staff at the Black Hill's Children's Home responded after a young girl fled from the facility, a runaway who...
DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man has been sentenced to 76 years in prison for securities fraud.
The Denver Post reports 59-year-old Kelly James Schnorenberg was sentenced last month after a Douglas County District Court jury convicted him in October on 25 counts of security fraud totaling $16 million.
According to the state Department of Regulatory Agencies, the Lone Tree man bilked 240 investors.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's new leftist leader —long branded a socialist by his critics — is railing against big government.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Friday that his predecessors created too many high-paid positions on regulatory agencies.
"What did they do all this time? They made the government bigger," he said at a news conference. "Institutions and commissions everywhere."
CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (AP) — A Colorado man has been convicted on 25 counts of security fraud totaling $16 million.
The Denver Post reports a Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies news release says Kelly James Schnorenberg, of Lone Tree, was convicted Oct. 22 by a Douglas District Court jury.
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BERLIN (AP) — Germany's Thyssenkrupp and India's Tata Steel say they've signed a deal to merge European steel operations into a new firm.
Under the agreement signed Saturday, each company will hold a 50 percent stake in the Netherlands-based joint venture called Thyssenkrupp Tata Steel B.V.
GAY, Mich. (AP) — A dredging project in Grand Traverse Bay Harbor in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has received final approvals from government regulatory agencies.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says dredging is expected to start in May and is part of efforts to save Buffalo Reef off Gay, northwest of Marquette.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Elected officials, consumer advocates and regulators in 18 states are pushing for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to ensure that utility customers see a reduction in their bills thanks to windfalls utilities will reap from corporate tax cuts included in the federal tax overhaul.
DALLAS (AP) — Tests detected toxic substances in soil, water and ash samples taken miles from a chemical plant that flooded during Hurricane Harvey, caught fire and partially exploded, nearly 20 Houston-area residents said Monday.
The findings were disclosed in a letter the residents' lawyers mailed to the chief executive of the plant's owner, France-based Arkema Inc., and several regulatory agencies, giving notice that they planned to sue.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas-based Arvest Bank has announced plans to acquire fellow Arkansas-based Bear State Financial, Inc., the parent company of Bear State Bank, in an estimated $391 million transaction.
The purchase announced Tuesday is expected to be finalized during the fourth quarter of 2017 or first quarter of 2018, pending approval by regulatory agencies.
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Gov. Phil Scott has appointed an attorney as the next chairman of the Vermont Public Service Board, which oversees the siting of energy projects, public utility rates and service quality.
GRANBY, Colo. (AP) — The Colorado board that is overseeing an investigation into the death of a woman who fell off a ski lift has sent the matter to state officials for further review.
The Summit Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/2qYrhZr ) the Colorado Passenger Tramway Safety Board has sent the case up to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Office of Investigation after discussing the woman's death in closed session Wednesday.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A state judge in Jefferson Parish has dismissed the parish's litigation against oil companies accused of damaging coastal wetlands.
Jefferson is among four coastal parishes making such claims in multiple lawsuits in state courts. Judge Stephen Enright's decision, dated Aug. 1 and made public Tuesday, says the parish's court action was premature. He agreed with oil industry lawyers who said the parish must first seek and exhaust administrative remedies...
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts residents who want to voice a concern about a consumer service or product to a top state official will get that chance.
Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs Undersecretary John Chapman and representatives from the office's regulatory agencies are launching a summer listening tour starting Tuesday.
The five sessions are a chance for officials to hear concerns about and recommendations for improvements to consumer protections and...