Vacant US office buildings are getting residential upgrades to make up for pandemic shift to remote work
Across the U.S., the pandemic shift to remote or hybrid work has left office buildings empty. Now, instead of tearing them down, some owners and investors are giving them "new life."
Mental health workers shortage has created a growing healthcare crisis
A mental health worker shortage has caused a crisis among kids and teenagers who need service. People who work in the field say this worker shortage could be detrimental.
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.
Drought conditions taking a toll on farmers' mental health: 'Feel like you’re a failure'
Mental health experts say drought conditions and other issues unique to farmers like geographic isolation have sparked a mental health crisis.
Holidays and inflation hit community care centers harder than ever
The current inflation rate is up nearly 8% from last year. Community care centers say they feel the pressure.
Diesel price increase affects trucking industry
Truckers and trucking companies nationwide see no end in sight as the price of diesel continues to rise, with many forced to add a fuel surcharge as a result.
Texas high school's flight lessons may help solve pilot shortage
Rising Aviation High School in Addison, Texas, could help reduce the pilot shortage in the longer term, with classes training future pilots in their teens.
Inflation hits rural towns: 'Groceries, utilities, gas, we’re seeing it everywhere'
Inflation is hitting the U.S. at a level unseen in decades, and both cities and small towns are feeling it.
Early heat waves strain energy grids in parts of US
Early heat waves mean more people turning up their air conditioners and using more electricity, which could spark trouble later in the year, an expert warns.