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Reuters ReporterOne of the 14 Wisconsin State Senators on the run to block Republican Gov. Scott Walker's attempt to end collective bargaining has hit a road block. According to published reports, Sen. Tim Cullen says talks with Republicans stalled Thursday. He...
Another day another storm... Not sure if it is sun spots or what...but again, right @ 1:12 there were "issues" with our friends @ CBS. Random switches between games, green screens, sudden commercials...about the same time as yesterday's debacle. Weird......
Like just about everything else in the world of car buying, CPO purchases are not set in stone. Buyers can negotiate better terms, longer extended warranties, free service appointments and other extras “Technically, everything’s negotiable,&...
James Elliot, the MIT astronomer who discovered the rings of Uranus and the faint atmosphere of Pluto, died March 3 at his home in Wellesley, Mass. He was 67 and had been suffering from cancer. The rings of Uranus are narrow and faint and not...
Lottie M. Willison, 98, of Upper Arlington, Ohio, passed away Jan. 23, 2011, at Kobacker House in Columbus. She was born Jan. 27, 1912, in Berlin, to the late Alexander and Lulu Fischer. Lottie graduated from Central High School and worked for the...
Tags: California, Ohio
FOX 17 News ReporterArtania Gordon, the woman charged with impersonating police officers throughout West Michigan had her extradition hearing on Saturday, which she waived. She has no bond set. We're still waiting to hear when she'll be transferred back to Michigan....
FOX 17 Web ProducerA federal judge has ruled that Huntington Bank could be liable for over $73 million stemming from the Grand Rapids CyberNET fraud case. In 2004, CyberNET CEO Barton Watson committed suicide after his scheme to defraud creditors and investors out of more...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Justice System, WXMI, Suicide, Bankruptcy
McClatchy NewspapersWASHINGTON — The decision whether to cut back U.S. mail delivery to five from six days a week was complicated Thursday by a report that suggested the U.S. Postal Service had overstated the savings to be gained by the change. The U.S. Postal...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Regulators in Ohio have blocked a funeral home from using a new cremation alternative that dissolves bodies with lye and heat. A spokeswoman for the National Funeral Directors Association says Edwards Funeral Service in...
Patricia Kemerer Postle passed peacefully on March 18, 2011. She grew up in Elyria, Ohio, as the only child of John and Marie Kemerer. After graduation from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1951, she was employed in Columbus, Ohio, where she met her husband,...
A musical journey through the 1970s, featuring the songs of Billy Joel and Elton John, will be presented by Jim Witter and his band at 7 p.m. March 27 in the Aberdeen Civic Theater. “Jim Witter - The Piano Men” is a musical celebration of the 1970s,...
Dr. Alton Frederick Doody Jr., 76, of Walloon Lake, a retail and marketing visionary and business mentor, died peacefully with his family at his side after a courageous battle with cancer. As the founder and president of the Alton F. Doody Co., Doody...
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