Hard choices for some as health premiums rise
By TOM MURPHY
Many middle-class shoppers struggle to stay insured, after weathering years of price hikes and shrinking insurance choices with no help.
AP: High-tax states actually subsidize low-tax states
By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER
Mississippi received $2.13 for every tax dollar it sent to Washington in 2015. New Jersey received 74 cents in federal spending for every dollar.
Central Area units sell for $4.2M
By JOURNAL STAFF
Urban Development Associates owned the Chateau apartments for decades.
Will misconduct scandals lead to backlash at work?
By JENNIFER PELTZ
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg says: “So much good is happening to fix workplaces right now. Let's make sure it does not have the unintended consequence of holding women back.”
Rents rising fast in Spokane County
A new report says half of renters are spending over 30 percent of their income on rent.
Oregon town seeks first microbrewery
Madras Mayor Royce Embanks said residents believe recruiting a brewery is a top priority, so the town can have a community gathering place and destination for friends, family and tourists.
Techs lift markets to new records
Solid gains by health care companies also helped lift the market, outweighing losses among banks and industrial stocks.
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