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The city of Baltimore has lost its case against the wife of former mayoral candidate Otis Rolley, who it claimed owed the city $26,100 for taking months of paid leave she hadn't earned while working for City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young....
An eighth candidate with a quality-of-life message has added his name to a growing list competing in November for three of Costa Mesa's five City Council seats. "I feel that the seniors don't have representation, that the animal lovers don't have...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Local Elections, Corporate Crime
DuPont's Pioneer seed unit said in 2005 it would make herbicide-tolerant soybeans and corn within five years to challenge the dominance of seeds with Monsanto's widely licensed Roundup Ready trait. According to Monsanto, DuPont couldn't live up to...
CNNLOS ANGELES -- Former manager Sam Lutfi claims Britney Spears' parents defamed, libeled and cheated him out of millions in a battle for control of the pop star and her career. A book written by Spears' mother painted Lutfi as a "predator" and a...
Prompted by a Tribune investigation into allegations of wrongdoing in Chicago's red-light camera program, an Arizona-based firm has disclosed it paid a $910 luxury hotel tab for the city official in charge of its contract and failed to tell City Hall...
The wind-down of local redevelopment threatens to undo an agreement to bring the Museum of Neon Art from downtown Los Angeles to Glendale, which could leave the venerable curator of all things neon without a home. MONA had shut down its Los Angeles space...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterEditor's Note: This article has been corrected. The races for the Imperial Irrigation District’s Division 2 and Division 4 seats are runoffs that pit an incumbent in each district against a challenger, in which incumbents and challengers shared...
With the consequences of the state's decision to abolish local redevelopment continuing to roil Glendale, this week the Museum of Neon Art emerged as a potential casualty. It seems the $5.2-million deal approved by the now-defunct Redevelopment Agency to...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Arts, Museums, Corporate Crime
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERThe Somerset Area School District and a Windber contractor asked a Somerset County judge Tuesday to decide where a case that alleges a botched repair and renovation job of the district's swimming pool should be heard. † The school district wants the...
Tags: Judges, Arbitration, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Laws
The following civil cases were filed recently in Clark Circuit Court. — MidFirst Bank vs. Robin Moore, Verlin S. Moore and U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, foreclosure. — The Hartford vs. Sandra K. Stevens, seeking $10,159.60...
KTLA NewsGREAT FALLS, Montana -- Former students and employees at a Montana beauty school have filed a lawsuit alleging they were subjected to sexual harassment, including pubic waxing. The lawsuit alleges students paid nearly $10,000 for instruction at Dahlís...
KTLA NewsMAMMOTH LAKES, Calif. -- The High Sierra ski resort of Mammoth Lakes has reached a tentative settlement with creditors on a $43-million breach-of-contract judgment against it brought by a developer. Town officials said Tuesday in a statement that the...
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