- RI talk radio host apologizes for 'whores' comment Updated: Dec-06-13 3:20 pm
- Dems target Christie in 2 new ads Updated: Dec-05-13 4:02 pm
- Report: Arts, culture add $500B to nation's GDP Updated: Dec-05-13 10:51 am
- NY settles complaint over child beverages ad Updated: Dec-05-13 10:13 am
- Nissan looks to no-frills China brand for revival Updated: Dec-05-13 2:07 am
- Honolulu mayor proposes ads for city buses Updated: Dec-04-13 6:04 pm
- Police say single rapist may have targeted 3 women Updated: Dec-04-13 4:25 pm
- State report: More tourists visiting New Mexico Updated: Dec-01-13 2:11 pm
- Maine appoints members to lobster marketing board Updated: Nov-30-13 10:31 am
- Texas city settles logo dispute with Dubai company Updated: Nov-27-13 4:38 pm
- Latest injury to Rose could be blow to Adidas, too Updated: Nov-27-13 3:01 pm
- Smaller shops counter the Black Friday chaos Updated: Nov-27-13 6:01 am
- Small businesses pop up for the holidays Updated: Nov-26-13 5:46 pm
- Ky. girls school ads knock fairy tale life Updated: Nov-26-13 2:55 pm
- Army makes staff changes after email about women Updated: Nov-22-13 6:58 pm
- Tourism launches winter 'NM True' ads Updated: Nov-22-13 5:07 am
- Home of nation's 9th president gets new marketing Updated: Nov-16-13 1:08 pm
- Health exchanges slow to attract young, healthy Updated: Nov-15-13 1:22 pm
- Health Department rebroadcasts beverage ads Updated: Nov-14-13 2:42 pm
- Governor seeks money to recruit more nurses to NM Updated: Nov-13-13 2:21 pm
- Company picked for NH health law media campaign Updated: Nov-13-13 1:28 pm
- Indiana ad campaign fights housing discrimination Updated: Nov-13-13 4:04 am
- As deal fails, GCI drops KTUU for rural airwaves Updated: Nov-10-13 5:10 pm
- College billboards capture captive highway viewers Updated: Nov-10-13 11:26 am
- Tech and design firms favor ground-floor opening Updated: Nov-09-13 9:34 am
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - A talk radio host who's made derogatory remarks in the past that have landed him in hot water apologized Friday for calling protesters at a political event "union hags" and "whores," but critics insist he should still be fired.
TRENTON, New Jersey - A national Democratic group that stayed mostly silent during the New Jersey governor's race has begun targeting Gov. Chris Christie as he begins his new role as chairman of the Republican Governors Association.
WASHINGTON - Creative industries led by Hollywood account for about $504 billion, or at least 3.2 percent of U.S. goods and services, the government said in its first official measure of how the arts and culture affect the economy.
ALBANY, New York - New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says his office has reached a settlement with Abbott Laboratories over advertising for its Pediasure SideKicks beverages.
HUADU, China - His Chinese sedan was a disappointment. So when truck driver Xie Yanzhen needed to replace it, he turned to Venucia, a 2-year-old no-frills brand launched by Nissan and a Chinese partner.
HONOLULU - Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell has revived the idea of selling advertising on the sides of municipal buses and is running into the same opposition from opponents who helped kill the concept a decade ago.
HONOLULU - A third sexual assault of a woman in an apartment in seven months has Honolulu police worried that a repeat rapist might be behind the attacks.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Tourism officials in New Mexico say more people are visiting the state.
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine's Department of Marine Resources has appointed members to a new board aimed at boosting the state's marketing effort in the lobster industry.
LUBBOCK, Texas - Amarillo's first-ever logo didn't last long.
CHICAGO - As he hobbled off the court again, Derrick Rose found himself in a familiar and painful spot.
NEW ORLEANS - Every year the call to shop rings louder when the holidays roll around.
NEW YORK - Here today, gone in weeks - pop-up shops and temporary stores are back for the holiday season.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - A local ad campaign by a Catholic high school for girls in Kentucky is generating nationwide buzz with the message that young women don't need to find Prince Charming to live happily ever after.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Pentagon officials said Friday that an Army colonel who wrote an internal email suggesting photos of attractive women should be avoided in promotional materials has stepped down from her duties involving a gender study.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - As the first winter storm of the season bears down on New Mexico, tourism officials are putting a frosty twist on their 'New Mexico True' campaign.
VINCENNES, Indiana - Tourism officials hope new signs pointing to the Vincennes home of the nation's ninth president will increase the number of visitors to the house and other attractions.
LOS ANGELES - Fears that insurance exchanges that are the linchpin of President Barack Obama's federal health care overhaul wouldn't attract the young, healthy people needed to make them financially viable are being heightened by the early results of signups in several states.
HONOLULU - The Hawaii Department of Health is taking another shot at persuading teenagers to forego sugary beverages to avoid obesity.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Gov. Susana Martinez proposed Wednesday that New Mexico launch an advertising campaign to aggressively recruit nursing professionals from other states to help deal with a shortage of primary care providers.
CONCORD, New Hampshire - A Concord-based public relations company has been hired to handle advertising and marketing of the federal health care overhaul law in New Hampshire.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Civil Rights Commission is fighting housing discrimination with a statewide advertising campaign.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Following a breakdown in contract negotiations, telecommunications company GCI is dropping KTUU from its rural broadcasts.
ST. LOUIS - Interstate travelers in search of food, fun or gas routinely turn to highway billboards to determine their next rest stop.
WASHINGTON - Richard Demma gets in early most days for his job as a senior field research manager at a database company downtown. It's a cubicle job, one most companies would cloister upstairs in an anonymous Washington office building, a place where "Dilbert" comic strips might hit a little too close to home.