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Congress averting government shutdown, passing temporary spending bill
In the hours leading up to the deadline, Congress passing a temporary spending bill. This bill gives lawmakers another 45 days to compromise on long-term spending.
CDC institute creates national cancer registry for firefighters to better understand impact of disease
The new registry is voluntary. It's aimed at better understanding cancer and its possible causes among firefighters in the U.S.
United Auto Workers expanding strikes in Illinois and Michigan
According to the union's president, negotiations haven't broken down but Ford and GM have refused to make meaningful progress.
Lawmakers scrambling to make deal to avoid government shutdown, deadline little over a day away
Congress must pass a spending bill by the end of the day Saturday, Sept. 30 to avoid a government shutdown.
Remembering Sen. Diane Feinstein
Feinstein served as California's senior senator since 1992.
Iowa National Guard soldier surprises sons at school after returning home from overseas deployment
The Iowa National Guard said on Friday that Master Sgt. Trista Stangel recently returned home to Osage, surprising her sons at school.
How the potential government shutdown could impact the Quad Cities' local community
Government-funded agencies such as child care programs may not receive their government grants if a shutdown occurs.
AI technology helping doctors diagnose and treat cancer faster
A Santa Clara medical office has been testing a new machine that uses AI to evaluate and diagnose cancerous cells in minutes.
Costco members may notice an increase in membership fees in future
Almost 130 million Costco shoppers will see an increase in membership fees. The company says this decision is not set in stone.
California raising wages for fast food workers
Starting Apr. 1, fast food workers will receive $20 per hour. This law applies to national chains, or for restaurants that make and sell their own bread.
Texas man gives fallen trees new life
After a storm blew through Texas, one man has been turning the fallen trees into works of art. Hear what inspires him, and some of the creations he's made this far.
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