FOX 24-- In the cover letter, he said he “won’t waste your time inflating my credentials, throwing around exaggerated job titles, or feeding you a line of crap about how my past experiences and skill set align perfectly for an investment banking internship.”
After spending years separated by hundreds of miles, a father and son reunite in California.
In Part Three of a Special Report, Fresno reporter Jack Highberger captures the reunion of 19-year-old Manuel with his father, Santos, and asks them if it was all worth it in the end.
SPRINGFIELD, MO. -- It's been almost four months since the March 31st deadline to enroll in health care through the Affordable Care Act and doctors are experiencing an influx of patients with the new marketplace insurance.
ROGERS--Rogers is losing a major manufacturing plant. Costing 500 Arkansan's their jobs. Aluminum wheel manufacturer, Superior Industries International, says the plant will be shut down by the end of this year.
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For undocumented migrants surging into the U.S., the long journey from Central America doesn't end at the border.
In Part Two of a Special Report, Fresno reporter Jack Highberger catches up to Manuel as he prepares to leave El Salvador to join his father Santos in California, who's been saving to send for his son for years.
FAYETTEVILLE--40 percent of Arkansans have debt in collections and the average debt in the Natural State is about 45-hundred dollars. Credit counseling of Arkansas reports a 15 percent spike in people needing financial help.