- Shannon Weidemann | February 27, 2007 12:44 PM |
The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers has filed a lawsuit against the US Airways Group Inc. over wages. According to the union some of their workers are not getting the higher wages that they should have received when US Airways and America West merged. They said they had an agreement with the airline in the case that it was bought.The company, which was in...
- Shannon Weidemann | February 27, 2007 11:34 AM |
A 13-year-old boy died while skiing with his Boy Scout troop. He was at the Willamette Resort on an intermediate run and lost control then hitting a tree rootball. He died on the mountain from his injuries.An Oregon State Police trooper from the Gilchrist work site responded to the ski area to gather information. Assistance at the scene was given by members of the Willamette Pass Ski Patrol...
- Shannon Weidemann | February 27, 2007 11:12 AM |
Nursing Home & Elder Abuse
Pleasant Care Convalescent of Riverside is being sued by the family of a former resident for abuse they allege happened there. The resident was given physical therapy for 10 days for knee pain when in fact she has a broken hip and required surgery. While at the hospital for treatment is was found she had other signs of poor care, including bed sores."It's our theory that they're understaffed -...
- Ryan Nute | February 01, 2007 9:18 AM |
A federal jury found that the City of Seattle was liable for the improper search and seizure of 147 people who were arrested during the tumult surrounding the 1999 WTO meeting and protests. The jury found that the plaintiffs' First Amendment rights had not been violated. The case now moves to the issue of the plaintiffs' damages, which may be postponed pending an appeal by the city.A federal...