North Dakota to exempt military pay from income taxes for active duty members
North Dakota governor signed a bill that exempts military pay from income taxes. Under the bill, active service members' taxes are estimated to drop by $4 million between 2023 and 2025.
Minnesota's lawsuit against Juul's alleged marketing to young people slated to begin today
A lawsuit over Juul Lab's marketing to young people will begin today in Minnesota. This is the first time the e-cigarette company will go to court over marketing to young people.
Over two dozen Burger Kings in Michigan are shuttering
The doors of more than two dozen Michigan Burger King locations, all operated by the same limited liability company, will be permanently shut by mid-April.
Canadian Pacific train derails near Chicago
A Canadian Pacific train has derailed in the Chicago area, the latest in a series of train derailments around the U.S. in recent months.
'Shark Tank' star Kevin O'Leary touts red state's 'incredible' banking situation thriving over Dem-led areas
'Shark Tank' investor Kevin O'Leary joined 'Fox & Friends Weekend' on Sunday to weigh in on the role of regional banks and booming business in North Dakota.
Milwaukee becomes latest city to sue Kia, Hyundai over rampant thefts
Milwaukee becomes the latest city to announce a lawsuit against South Korean automakers Kia and Hyundai over rash of vehicle thefts, resulting in higher costs of fighting crime.
GM scouts ways to integrate AI ChatGPT into 'everything': report
General Motors is reportedly looking into ways to integrate the artificial intelligence bot ChatGPT into its vehicles as Microsoft continues to invest in the product.
Ohio first responder calls decision to do 'controlled release' of 5 tank cars instead of 1 'jaw-dropping'
A first responder testifying about the Norfolk Southern toxic train derailment in Ohio says the decision to vent and burn five tank cars instead of one widened the “impact” area.
Norfolk Southern CEO apologizes for East Palestine, Ohio, train derailment in Senate testimony
Norfolk Southern CEO Alan Shaw testified that he's "deeply sorry" about the East Palestine, Ohio, derailment before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Thursday.
Long-distance real estate investment in residential properties a hotbed in US South and Midwest
Long-distance real estate investment in single-family rental homes is growing amid inflationary pressures, interest rate hikes and an influx of instructional investors.
Citadel's Ken Griffin plugs DeSantis in possible presidential run
Hedge fund billionaire and GOP mega donor Ken Griffin says he "would love" to see Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis run for president, touting his leadership in the state.
Moment Norfolk Southern train derails in Ohio caught on dashcam video
A new video has captured the moment a Norfolk Southern train carrying fuel derailed in Springfield Township, Ohio, between Dayton and Columbus.
Norfolk Southern announces 6-point safety plan in wake of Ohio toxic train derailment
Norfolk Southern says it’s launching “meaningful safety improvements” to its rail network Monday following an NTSB report into the Feb. 3 Ohio toxic train derailment.
DeSantis' work ethic shaped by electrician job, working-class background
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis wrote in his new book that his first job out of high school as an electrician's assistant and his working-class upbringing helped shape his work ethic.
Ohio governor: Norfolk Southern needs to create fund for health care bills
Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine says Norfolk Southern must set up a fund to pay for the health care costs of victims impacted by the railroad's train derailment in East Palestine.
Chemical disposal from Ohio train derailment causes concern: 'Not too happy about it'
Community concerns spark changes from the Environmental Protection Agency after the toxic spill from the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, in February.
Michigan utility company expects to restore 'majority' of customers by Wednesday
Consumers Energy said it has 600 crews, some of which came from states as far as Virginia, to help restore power to customers after back to back winter storms in Michigan.
EPA resumes shipments of toxic material out of East Palestine after 'safety' check
President Biden's administration has resumed shipments of toxic waste out of East Palestine, Ohio on Monday. The EPA says it paused the deliveries for safety purposes.
Over 150K Michigan residents out of power as bad weather continues
Over 140,000 customers in Michigan are out of power Monday morning. This marks the fifth day for many residents left in the dark after brutal ice storm and strong winds hit.
Democrat lawmaker proposes bill forcing Chicago grocery stores, gas stations to hire armed guards
Happy Foods store owner Barbara Eastman warns she "can't afford" the "huge" costs associated with a state bill requiring businesses to hire their own security amid rising crime.