University of Wyoming energy economics professor Timothy Considine believes all jobs are not created equal.
The election campaigns brought a deluge of hypercharged political sound bites about environmental values even though there’s strong public support for cleaner air that’s healthier to breathe, cleaner water that’s safer to drink and enjoy for recreation, and fewer dangerous toxics in our comm…
As back yards across Indiana are transformed into full-blown Fourth of July barbecues complete with smoking grills, fresh-squeezed lemonade and tasty red-white-and-blue treats, it’s a good time to remind ourselves that not all homes will be sites of celebration. These days, it’s hard to driv…
Congressional Steel Caucus members say they are concerned about the impact a mid-December decision from a federal appellate court could have on trade-sensitive American industries.
EAST CHICAGO | Pittsburgh isn't the largest city and still is a work in progress in terms of improving living conditions for many of its residents.
The head of a regional technology trade group based in Pittsburgh said the city is revitalizing itself with universities attracting talent from around the world and supporting a network of tech business ventures. At an East Chicago event last week, the CEO of Pittsburgh Technology Council sh…
Duluth, Minnesota Mayor Don Ness believes jobs are going to keep his city afloat and lift its population. The city is moving away from heavy industry and shipping to support opportunities in tourism, health care and manufacturing.
DULUTH, Minn. | While people may continue to fall in love with its pretty shoreline, Mayor Don Ness believes jobs are going to keep Duluth afloat and one day lift the city's population.
When Labor Day was first celebrated exactly 129 years ago today, no less than 20 percent of Americans went to work in a factory. By 1959, that number had grown to nearly 30 percent and manufacturing was widely regarded as the driving force of the American economy.
Ozinga Bros. Inc. officials are mulling where to build a new $250 million cement production plant to help the company remain competitive.
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