Utilities vow to finish reactors despite Westinghouse woes

Regulators in Georgia and SC approved the construction of Westinghouse's AP1000 reactors in 2009, a sign of a nuclear renewal taking hold in the United States. The companies planned an investor call later Wednesday. The company will produce and sup... More..

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Supreme Court nominee to face confirmation vote April 7: US Senate leader
by | Thursday, March 30, 2017

Supreme Court nominee to face confirmation vote April 7: US Senate leader

As of Wednesday morning, there was little indication that Republicans had the Senate votes to overcome the filibuster unless McConnell killed it outright for Senate confirmations. "And in talking to friends on ...More..

by | Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Trump says Ford investing in 3 Michigan auto plants

Together with the Flat Rock investments announced in January, Ford has committed to spend $1.9 billion on its MI facilities so far in 2017. President Donald Trump, who has pressured automakers to invest more ...More..

by | Saturday, March 25, 2017

Gators ready for Sweet 16, Big Apple

The game was sent to overtime after Badgers guard Zak Showalter hit a similarly hard three-pointer with two seconds remaining in the second half. The Gators will advance to the Elite Eight after an wonderful ru...More..

Northwest Arkansas 22nd fastest growing metro area in USA, according to Census
by | Friday, March 24, 2017

Northwest Arkansas 22nd fastest growing metro area in USA, according to Census

According to the data, about 89,547 IL residents left for other states in 2016, which could not be offset by new residents or births. During that time, the region added almost 330,000 residents; that's close to...More..

Federal Reserve raises rates as expected
by | Saturday, March 18, 2017

Federal Reserve raises rates as expected

So waht does the rate increase means for your wallet? But even after the recent increase that isn't stopping people from coming through the door. Those concerns might be overblown according to one economist...More..