Communication circulated among Hy-Vee employees statewide last week regarding the company's reaction to President Joe Biden's emergency order requiring federal employees be vaccinated set social media rumbling.
DALLAS (AP) — When Southwest Airlines canceled more than 2,000 flights over the weekend, citing bad weather and air traffic control issues, unsupported claims blaming vaccine mandates began taking off.
After selling his stake in Five Nines, Nick Bock started 31st Street Capital with his wife and has bought four flooring companies.
Employees at 24/7 facilities who are covered under the labor contract will receive a $3 per hour pay increase.
COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. are coming down again, hospitalizations are dropping, and new cases per day are about to dip below 100,000 for the first time in two months — all signs that the summer surge is waning.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A Florida gas station employee said she's listed as receiving a $3.4 million COVID relief check that she never applied for and never received.
NEW YORK — The spread of COVID-19 vaccination requirements across the U.S. hasn't had the desired effect so far, with the number of Americans getting their first shots plunging in recent weeks. And some experts worry that the move to dispense boosters could just make matters worse.
Col. John Bolduc described the state patrol's process for storing and maintaining evidence as a sophisticated system with minimal room for abuse.
NEW YORK (AP) — The nation's largest school district can immediately impose a vaccine mandate on its teachers and other workers, after all, a federal appeals panel decided Monday, leading lawyers for teachers to say they'll ask the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene.
New York City schools have been temporarily blocked from enforcing a vaccine mandate for its teachers and other workers by a federal appeals judge just days before it was to take effect.
A decision to temporarily convert a room for pregnant and nursing mothers into a private office has spurred outrage from some senators at the Nebraska Capitol.
A former patrol evidence technician and the owner of a Lincoln restaurant were arrested in the theft of more than $1.2 million worth of narcotics, including $329,800 worth of cocaine, according to the State Patrol.
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Asked whether leadership would implement the recommendations, Gov. Pete Ricketts' spokesperson, Taylor Gage, said only that the Governor’s Office and Department of Corrections are aware of the “note with his suggestions.”
An estimated 2,600 Los Angeles Police Department employees are citing religious objections to try to get out of the required COVID-19 vaccination. In Washington state, thousands of state workers are seeking similar exemptions.
President Joe Biden has unveiled a new “action plan” to confront the COVID-19 surge. It includes vaccine mandates for millions of Americans and lays the groundwork for a booster shot campaign.
The 60-year-old was arrested after a loss prevention employee recognized her. Officer Erin Spilker said the employee had archived footage of her previous trips by tracking when her Costco membership card was used at the store.
The woman first claimed there was no cash in the wallet, but upon being shown a surveillance photo of her looking in the wallet at the cash, she lowered her head and said, "OK, I took it," police said.
Commissioners unanimously passed a vaccine incentive policy for Lancaster County's nearly 900 employees: $200 for getting vaccinated and another $50 for getting the booster when its available.
Vaccination in Nebraska has morphed into a public health version of hand-to-hand combat, where medical providers go person-to-person, holding intensely personal conversations and trying to correct rampant vaccine misinformation.
Police said they have identified the teen who left the backpack in the dumpster but they declined to provide her age, except to say she is under 18. At this point, no charges have been filed against her, a police spokeswoman said.
The woman refused to don a mask and then sprayed the employee with a juvenile present. No arrest was made, according to a police report.
Walgreens will hike starting pay to $15 an hour beginning in October, as employers across the United States continue boosting wages to attract workers.
As U.S. regulatory approval of Pfizer Inc.'s Covid-19 shot paves the way for companies to get more aggressive with inoculations, American workers are increasingly supportive of punitive measures for unvaccinated colleagues.
Officials say full approval of the Pfizer vaccine could lead to more vaccinations, either through employer mandates or a reduction in vaccine hesitancy.