September 7, 2009 KQEDOne of the busiest bridges in the nation will be out of commission at the start of Tuesday's morning commute. In California, workers are scrambling to repair a crack discovered over the weekend on the bay bridge that connects Oakland and San Francisco.
September 7, 2009 While the economy continues to shed jobs, one iconic American appliance is still being manufactured in Greenville, Ohio: the KitchenAid stand mixer. The factory employs about 700 people who run three shifts to create the tool of the trade of cooking. At $200 and up, it's an investment in both money and counter space.
February 16, 2009 In Fennville, Mich., the Journeyman Cafe earned top reviews as a local restaurant serving sustainable, organic food. In November, state tax authorities closed the Journeyman. Its founders and chefs say there was not enough money left over to pay taxes.
January 8, 2009 The president-elect said his proposal — which includes tax cuts for individuals and some businesses — would create or save about 3 million jobs. It's expected to cost as much as $775 billion over two years, although the ultimate price tag is not known.