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Inept bureaucracy lets dishonest businesses win

If they would share data, North Carolina agencies could level the playing field for honest employers.

Updated: Mar. 20, 2015 5:17 PM | Full Story

Injured worker pays for employer's gamble

Jimmy Worrell used a common insurance scheme to get work on the cheap. But now Clementé Gonzalez must fight for the medical care he needs.

Updated: Mar. 20, 2015 5:17 PM | Full Story

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Dual-sport motorcycles making gains on street, dirt bikes

One of the fastest-growing segments of motorcycling takes a Swiss Army knife approach to the sport, with bikes that are legal to ride on the highway and also can tackle dirt trails.

Updated: Apr. 17, 2015 8:06 AM | Full Story

Carrying on the fading tradition of family-owned funeral homes

In spring 2006, when the death of his mother placed the future of his family's long-owned Kansas City funeral home in flux, Lindsay Jones had a decision to make.

Updated: Apr. 16, 2015 8:11 AM | Full Story

San Jose program helps neighbors fight blight

It can be a nightmare for any neighborhood: A house or apartment complex is ruining the block with blight and criminal activity. And the landlord ignores desperate pleas to do something about the troublesome tenants.

Updated: Apr. 16, 2015 8:11 AM | Full Story

Jennifer Pahlka, founder of Code for America, talks 'civic hacking'

Jennifer Pahlka captains a brigade of 16,000 volunteer programmers who are using technology to make government better, one city at a time.

Updated: Apr. 15, 2015 8:11 AM | Full Story