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The family of two brothers killed in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is unhappy that the carrier has offered them no grief counselling in more than a week and is refusing to organize a flight home to Houston for the boys' grandmother.

FedEx Corp., the latest company accused in a federal probe involving illegal online pharmacies, says it will fight the charges that it knowingly shipped drugs to people who lack valid prescriptions.

Mississippi's lead economic development agency has hired a new chief financial officer.

First-time claims for unemployment insurance in Louisiana for the week ending July 19 decreased from the previous week's total.

Emergency services provider Acadian Ambulance says its calls in Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes are rising.

Mayor John Cox is talking with American Queen Steamboat Company about adding a stop in Greenville.

The oil and gas industry and south Louisiana higher education institutions have signed a pact to provide high-tech training for students seeking offshore jobs.

A lot of teachers are spending the summer working at temporary jobs away from the classroom.

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf would make a centerpiece of his first budget proposal an increase in income taxes on Pennsylvania's higher-earners to help expand the state's share of public education funding in exchange for a dollar-for-dollar reduction in local property taxes levied by school boards.

Ask politician, pundit and voter alike and they will tell you the same thing: The November election is about jobs.

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