Today on Here and Now

Financial institutions and states are watching events in DC. A community bank outside of Boston says it will waive overdraft fees for customers if they don’t receive Social Security and other checks from the government. Some investment firms are conducting stress tests and California may seek a bridge loan if Congress and President Obama fail… Continue reading Today on Here and Now

Are Urban Industries Endangering Neighborhoods?

Louisville’s Rubbertown neighborhood is home to the largest carbide (a chemical compound) furnace in the world. Several miles east, the Butchertown neighborhood hosts one of the nation’s largest urban slaughterhouses. There were accidents at both of these facilities in the same week in late March, and the city is developing a new notification system for… Continue reading Are Urban Industries Endangering Neighborhoods?