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Special to the Los Angeles TimesFor many of us, it's time to hit the fast-forward button to move beyond 2010, with its depressing economy and nasty political campaigns. As the clock ticks toward midnight on Dec. 31, here's what to look for from revelers in Las Vegas, who may well...
Fox59Wednesday, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced the indictment and arrest of Indianapolis financier Timothy Durham and two others, James Cochran and Rick D. Snow. Durham has been investigated for alleged manipulation of Fair Finance Company, an Ohio...
Tags: Fraud, Business, Ohio, Crimes, Financially Distressed Companies
South Florida Sun-SentinelGov. Charlie Crist this week will name two members to the state Public Service Commission, the board appointed to keep Florida's utilities affordable and dependable. It will be his last shot to appoint regulators who, as he puts it, represent the "best...
Tribune reportersLawyers for Rod Blagojevich today asked a federal judge to throw out the remaining charges against the former governor because they have not been paid for months and are “stymied” in their ability to prepare for retrial next month. The...
Daily American Staff WriterAbout a week ago Walter Horner’s dog, Winston Teddy, a Pomeranian poodle mix named after two presidents, was sick. The Jennerstown resident called Dixie Dull, owner of Amy’s Animal Friends grooming and Needy Paws Rescue, both of Somerset....
Daily American Staff WriterDemocrat Marc Ridilla announced he will seek his party’s nod for recorder of deeds in the upcoming primary. Ridilla, 58, Boswell, has worked in the surveying business since 1970. In 1994 he became a licensed professional land surveyor. As a...
The gubernatorial race in Connecticut, already charged with political passion, has now received a second emotionally powerful jolt: the debate over what punishment to inflict on Steven Hayes, the man who has been convicted in the rape and murder of the...
Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES -- A campaign consultant for Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar was fired Sunday after he told supporters in an e-mail that the campaign was planning to "put a political bullet" in the forehead of Huizar's opponent in the March 8...
President Barack Obama's 2012 budget would eliminate more than $5 billion in public support for agricultural programs, including subsidies to the wealthiest U.S. farmers. On Monday, Obama signaled that his administration wants to shift federal money...
SAN DIEGO -- Sen. Christine Kehoe, D-San Diego, introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow renters to post political campaign signs in the windows of their apartments or homes. There is no protection under current law for renters if their landlord...
Tags: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Elections, Rentals, Politics
(AP) — President Barack Obama’s 2012 budget would eliminate more than $5 billion in public support for agricultural programs, including subsidies to the wealthiest U.S. farmers. On Monday, Obama signaled that his administration wants to shift...
Professional Experience: Like a lot of people, I began my television career working in production. My first gig was running audio and robotic studio cameras at WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I was there for a little over three years before moving on...
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