- Okla. House OKs defined contribution pension bill Updated: Mar-11-14 6:20 pm
- Oklahoma court upholds workers compensation change Updated: Mar-11-14 3:49 pm
- Firefighter illness coverage bill passes Senate Updated: Mar-11-14 2:34 pm
- Delaware workers comp panel meets Updated: Mar-07-14 4:19 am
- Fifth pension lawsuit filed by U of I employees Updated: Mar-06-14 6:59 pm
- Honolulu man admits to taking dead mom's checks Updated: Mar-06-14 12:31 pm
- Ga. woman guilty in workers' comp fraud case Updated: Mar-05-14 3:29 pm
- Pensions contribute to rise in state worker costs Updated: Mar-04-14 6:08 pm
- Philadelphia mayor strikes deal to sell utility Updated: Mar-03-14 2:43 pm
- Ill. Supreme Court: Consolidate pension lawsuits Updated: Mar-03-14 12:13 pm
- Okla. House leaders link pension overhaul to pay Updated: Mar-02-14 2:55 pm
- Md. fiscal officials oppose tapping pension funds Updated: Feb-26-14 5:19 pm
- Appeal filed over state retirement fund Updated: Feb-26-14 8:40 am
- Vt. House endorses benefits for military spouses Updated: Feb-26-14 5:05 am
- Former hospital owner will say he bribed senator Updated: Feb-21-14 9:25 pm
- Washington finds $235K more in excess pension pay Updated: Feb-21-14 6:14 pm
- Solid returns strengthen Ohio public pension funds Updated: Feb-21-14 9:34 am
- Resurrected bill expands Conn. workers' comp law Updated: Feb-18-14 4:00 pm
- Iowa rule allowing retired nurses to work expiring Updated: Feb-16-14 8:00 pm
- Security breach in Ariz. pension trust Updated: Feb-15-14 2:28 pm
- Okla. Workers Comp. Comm. names medical director Updated: Feb-14-14 4:00 pm
- Despite AOL news, 401(k) matches are not changing Updated: Feb-14-14 2:18 pm
- Senate passes online database for workers' comp Updated: Feb-13-14 1:03 pm
- Strong North American 4Q leads Goodyear earnings Updated: Feb-13-14 12:56 pm
- Health care tweak: Big companies get wiggle room Updated: Feb-12-14 3:19 am
OKLAHOMA CITY - Many new state workers would have 401(k)-style retirement plans rather than traditional public employee pension plans under a measure the Oklahoma House passed on Tuesday.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Supreme Court Tuesday upheld a plan to convert the state workers' compensation insurance agency into a mutual company.
BOISE, Idaho - A bill that would expand worker's compensation benefits for Idaho's professional firefighters has won Senate backing.
WILMINGTON, Delaware - A state panel established to address recent rate increases for workers' compensation insurance in Delaware is continuing to look at ways to keep rates down.
CHAMPAIGN, Illinois - A fifth lawsuit has been filed by state employees challenging Illinois' new pension law.
HONOLULU - A Honolulu man says he collected more than $200,000 in state disability benefits for his dead mother.
DUBLIN, Georgia - Federal prosecutors say a middle Georgia woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $460,000 in Veterans Affairs benefits through fraudulent workers' compensation claims.
SACRAMENTO, California - State government's employee compensation costs have risen substantially over the last two decades and are expected to keep climbing, according to a nonpartisan analysis released Tuesday.
PHILADELPHIA - The city's distressed pension fund would get an injection of $424 million under a proposal for UIL Holdings Corp. to buy the city-owned gas utility for $1.86 billion, the mayor announced Monday.
SPRINGFIELD, Illinois - The Illinois Supreme Court has ordered that four lawsuits challenging Illinois' new pension reform law be consolidated.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Members of the Oklahoma House have urged the Senate and Gov. Mary Fallin to commit to funding targeted pay increases for state employees before signing off on a pension overhaul bill, according to one state lawmaker.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Maryland fiscal officials urged lawmakers Wednesday to reject Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposal to help fill a budget hole with $100 million intended to shore up pension liabilities.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado - Colorado Springs attorneys have filed an appeal in the city's dispute over whether it owes the state retirement fund millions of dollars in pension liabilities for Memorial Hospital employees.
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Military service members and their families can be put in a tough spot when the military orders one spouse to move and the other must give up a job to move along with the service member.
LOS ANGELES - The former owner of a tiny orthopedic hospital with an unusually heavy roster of spinal surgery patients was charged Friday with health care fraud in a $500 million scheme to defraud workers' compensation insurance providers with the help of a California state senator.
SEATTLE - Washington state officials have identified another $235,000 in pension overpayments involving retirees who returned to work as contractors.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A big year for investment returns has provided a strong boost for Ohio's public pension funds serving roughly 1.7 million people.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Some Connecticut lawmakers are resurrecting a proposal to expand the state's workers' compensation law to cover employees who've suffered an emotional or mental impairment after witnessing a traumatic death or maiming while on the job.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa - An Iowa law that allows retired public health care professionals to quickly return to work part time while collecting their state pension is due to expire this summer, though hospitals are pushing for an extension.
PHOENIX - The managers of Arizona's pension system for police officers and other public-safety responders said Friday they informed members about a potential security breach that happened months ago.
OKLAHOMA CITY - A former hospital chief of staff has been named medical director of the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Commission.
NEW YORK - If you like your company's 401(k) match, you can keep it.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - An online database of workers' compensation claims would be created under legislation passed by the Missouri Senate.
CLEVELAND - Strong fourth-quarter results in Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.'s core North American market helped the tire maker beat Wall Street estimates Thursday.
WASHINGTON - Big retail stores, hotels, restaurants and other companies with lots of low-wage and part-time workers are among the main beneficiaries of the Obama administration's latest tweak to health care rules.