- Governor to OK some public employee pay raises Updated: Mar-08-14 5:05 am
- Gaza public workers say Hamas not paying salaries Updated: Mar-03-14 9:14 am
- Judge allows black New Haven officers' lawsuit Updated: Feb-28-14 2:35 pm
- State human resource department leaders step down Updated: Feb-27-14 9:10 pm
- Christie pushes pension changes at town hall Updated: Feb-26-14 12:59 pm
- Appeal filed over state retirement fund Updated: Feb-26-14 8:40 am
- Kansas lawmakers staying course on public pensions Updated: Feb-24-14 11:32 pm
- Correction: Public Pensions Boards story Updated: Feb-24-14 6:54 pm
- US attorneys challenge Mo. National Guard policy Updated: Feb-24-14 4:09 pm
- Former Va. first lady at heart of gift scandal Updated: Feb-23-14 11:11 am
- McCabe reinstated to the police force Updated: Feb-17-14 6:44 pm
- Iowa rule allowing retired nurses to work expiring Updated: Feb-16-14 8:00 pm
- Hatch wins endorsements from major labor unions Updated: Feb-13-14 6:56 pm
- Arizona DPS conducting internal probe of licensing Updated: Feb-13-14 11:17 am
- One-time 4 percent raise for WSU support staff Updated: Feb-11-14 10:45 am
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Gov. Susana Martinez will approve proposed 3 percent pay raises for state workers and public school employees.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Palestinian civil servants called on the Gaza Strip's Hamas government Monday to pay them full salaries, the clearest sign yet that Egypt's blockade of the territory is making it increasingly difficult for the Islamic militants to govern.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - A Connecticut judge is allowing a lawsuit to proceed by black police officers accusing New Haven of racial discrimination over a sergeant promotion test in the same city where the U.S. Supreme Court ruled white firefighters' civil rights were violated over a promotion test.
SACRAMENTO, California - The top administrators of the California Department of Human Resources are leaving Friday as a state watchdog agency criticizes the department for failing to implement Gov. Jerry's Brown's government reforms.
LONG HILL, New Jersey - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said he would take "more extreme measures" to contain escalating public worker retirement costs if Democrats who control the Legislature refuse to negotiate additional pension changes.
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.
TOPEKA, Kansas - A proposal to start a new 401(k)-style pension plan for new Kansas teachers and government workers and a competing plan to boost the benefits of public retirees failed Monday to clear a committee in the state House.
SACRAMENTO, California - Correction: Public Pensions Boards story
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - U.S. attorneys have filed a lawsuit against the Missouri National Guard alleging it shortchanges civilian employees when they are called to active duty.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia - Elaine Kubiak finds it impossible to reconcile the social-climbing, bullying and bizarre-acting former first lady of Virginia being portrayed in federal court papers and the media with the woman she's known for two decades.
NEW ORLEANS - A former New Orleans police officer accused in the cover-up of the burning and deadly shooting of Henry Glover just days after Hurricane Katrina is back on the force.
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.
DES MOINES, Iowa - Several major Iowa labor unions announced Thursday that they are endorsing Democratic state Sen. Jack Hatch for governor.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Department of Public Safety says it has begun an internal investigation of civilian employees of the Phoenix-based DPS unit that licenses security guards, private investigators and businesses that employee those workers.
PULLMAN, Washington - Civil service employees at Washington State University will receive a one-time, 4 percent increase of base salary.