Council members passed six amendments to the ordinance that would change how and when food trucks and carts can operate.
The Guam Police Department Marine Unit, U.S. Navy Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron, Guam Fire Rescue, and Coast Guard crews were all on scene.
The council only approved the framework for the $43 million program, and will discuss its funding next year.
The General Assembly passed a statewide smoking ban two years ago, but American Cancer Society officials want to further incentivize Hoosiers to quit smoking.
The State Department of Health recommends a three-pronged approach to fighting the flu: get a vaccine, cover coughs and sneezes, and stay home if you’re sick.
Integrity Staffing is offering warehouse jobs – all about picking, packing, shipping and stowing – that pay $11.75 and $14.75 per hour.
Bosma says because the issue is so complex, he thinks the bill will die of what he calls “its own heavy weight.”
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce says the state faces a $750 million funding gap to maintain its roads. Changes to the state's fuel taxes could help.
Senate President Pro Tem David Long is warning of far-reaching consequences if the government rejects Indiana's request to expand the Healthy Indiana plan.
The settlement means a much smaller impact on local customers' bills.