- Walker voters to decide on school bond issue Updated: Apr-18-14 9:58 am
- Plan would allow private money vehicle for mall Updated: Apr-18-14 8:37 am
- Jackson airport addressing life after Southwest Updated: Apr-18-14 4:52 am
- Miss. high court to hear bond issue case Updated: Apr-17-14 9:14 am
- Oklahoma's US Senate candidates speak on panel Updated: Apr-16-14 7:57 pm
- Foreign holdings of US Treasury debt increase Updated: Apr-15-14 9:10 am
- CBO: Deficits to drift lower on lower health costs Updated: Apr-14-14 4:58 pm
- Gov. clears way for broader projects at colleges Updated: Apr-11-14 8:52 pm
- Fund manager Q&A: Expect less from bonds Updated: Apr-11-14 2:46 pm
- New Jersey's bond rating lowered by S&P Updated: Apr-09-14 7:34 pm
- NC gets triple-A rating before selling bonds Updated: Apr-09-14 4:04 am
- Nebraska roads bonding bill advanced to final vote Updated: Apr-08-14 7:10 pm
- Kinder seeks help to collect fines, court costs Updated: Apr-08-14 10:19 am
- DeSoto Co. supervisors approve I-69 bonds Updated: Apr-08-14 8:16 am
- Citigroup to pay $1.13B to settle investor claims Updated: Apr-07-14 7:31 pm
- Rates fall at weekly US Treasury bill auction Updated: Apr-07-14 6:13 pm
- Parnell calls committee pension plan 'immoral' Updated: Apr-03-14 10:12 pm
- Moody's downgrades Rockford bond rating Updated: Apr-03-14 6:26 pm
- 1Q 2014: Fighting the tide aided fund investors Updated: Apr-03-14 12:20 pm
- School finance bills impact KU proposed projects Updated: Apr-03-14 9:05 am
- Costs rise another $177 million at Kemper plant Updated: Apr-02-14 12:03 pm
- Moody's reviewing Russia bond rating for downgrade Updated: Mar-28-14 6:59 pm
- Cardinals close deal to buy Triple-A Memphis team Updated: Mar-28-14 5:10 pm
- Correction: Fannie-Freddie Mortgages stories Updated: Mar-27-14 7:21 pm
- Populist Argentine government begins painful cuts Updated: Mar-27-14 6:58 pm
WALKER, Louisiana - Walker area voters will decide May 3 whether to approve issuing $25 million in bonds to pay for facility and technology improvements in the Walker school district.
SOUTHAVEN, Mississippi - The developers of an outlet mall in Southaven want to create a public improvement district so they can pursue private financing for infrastructure improvements to the site.
JACKSON, Mississippi - The Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport is preparing for life after Southwest Airlines. The airline will shut down in Jackson on June 7 after 20 years.
MERIDIAN, Mississippi - The Mississippi Supreme Court has declined to dismiss a lawsuit challenging Lauderdale County's plan to issue $3.2 million in the first part of a larger bond issue.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Former state Sen. Randy Brogdon criticized two of his top Republican opponents on Wednesday in the race for Oklahoma's open U.S. Senate seat, and he vowed if elected in November not to support current U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
WASHINGTON - Foreign buyers of U.S. Treasury securities increased their holdings in February to another record high.
WASHINGTON - A congressional report released Monday predicts slightly smaller deficits both this year and over the coming decade, with lower spending on federal health care spending being the main reason.
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - Gov. Steve Beshear said Friday that he vetoed language in the state budget bill that threatened to scale back an ambitious round of construction projects at community and technical college campuses in Kentucky.
NEW YORK - Bonds aren't doomed.
TRENTON, New Jersey - A bond rating agency has lowered New Jersey's bond rating, meaning it could cost the state more to borrow money.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - The nation's three prominent credit-rating agencies keep giving top marks to North Carolina in advance of the state selling another batch of bonds.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A bill that would allow bond financing for Nebraska road projects is headed to a final vote, despite objections from lawmakers who prefer the current pay-as-you-go system.
KINDER, Louisiana - The Kinder City Council has agreed to seek the help of a national debt collection agency to help the town collect more than $88,300 in unpaid traffic fines and court costs.
HERNANDO, Mississippi - DeSoto County will borrow $83 million through the state to keep work going on the Interstate 69 project.
NEW YORK - Citigroup has agreed to pay $1.13 billion to settle claims by investors seeking that the lender buy back billions in residential mortgage-backed securities.
WASHINGTON - Interest rates on short-term Treasury bills fell in Monday's auction to the lowest levels since last September.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Gov. Sean Parnell on Thursday said a House Finance Committee proposal to address the teachers' retirement system is "immoral" and shifts the obligation to future generations.
ROCKFORD, Illinois - Moody's Investors Service has downgraded Rockford's bond rating, citing the Illinois city's limited ability to raise revenue, high debt and pension burden.
NEW YORK - It's after the crowd thins that the party gets interesting.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Kansas House and Senate committees approved bills that address possible funding for a health education building proposed by the University of Kansas.
JACKSON, Mississippi - The Southern Co. says it will cost at least another $177 million to finish the power plant it's building in eastern Mississippi's Kemper County, pushing the total cost above $5.2 billion
Moody's Investors Services is considering whether to downgrade Russia's government bond rating, citing a weaker economy and greater risk amid the uncertainty caused by the conflict with Ukraine.
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Cardinals now own their top minor-league team.
WASHINGTON - In three stories last fall about regulators' settlements with JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo & Co., The Associated Press reported erroneously that the Federal Housing Finance Agency sued 18 financial institutions in September 2011 over sales of mortgage securities to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that later soured.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - Argentina's cash-strapped government is cutting utility subsidies and trying to borrow for the first time in years as teachers, public health workers and other former allies take to the streets demanding pay raises to match some of the world's highest inflation.