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A "super PAC" that has spent more than $35 million on behalf of Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has accepted donations from federal contractors despite a 36-year-old ban against such companies making federal political expenditures. At least...
L.A. NOWThe fighter jet that crashed into a Camarillo field early Friday afternoon, killing the pilot, belonged to a private contractor and was returning from a training mission. Vance Vasquez, deputy public affairs officer for Naval Base Ventura County, said no....
As it considered a pair of journeyman plumber's licenses on Monday, the Aberdeen City Council discussed the possibility that city water may have been contaminated during the construction of Meadow Wood Townhomes, being built west of Sanford Aberdeen...
Charles.Bassett@cw33.comHundreds of homes in North Texas sustained damage in Tuesday's tornadoes -- some more than others. On Wednesday, insurance agents were on the road trying to find their customers who were hit. "We're going to target first the claim that we know see...
Tags: Natural Disasters, Insurance, Shingles, Tornadoes
More and more, the federally-mandated, non-refundable commodity checkoffs resemble something out of a Charles Dickens novel. Most feature huge casts, complicated plots and, to read their press releases, are completely responsible for the best of times...
Los Angeles TimesFor at least five years, officials with the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum passed bundles of cash totaling more than $1 million to a union representative, sometimes in a suitcase packed with $100 bills. The payments, ranging from $1,400 to $187,700 each,...
Los Angeles County authorities have raided the offices and home of a concert promoter as part of a widening investigation into a financial scandal at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, The Times learned Thursday. Armed with search warrants, the...
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission on Thursday sued two former top managers, alleging that they enriched themselves through "corrupt efforts" that siphoned more than $1 million in public money from the stadium. Also named as defendants are...
Tags: Companies and Corporations, Music
Two Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum employees caught up in a financial scandal at the stadium are no longer working there, officials said. Leopold Caudillo Jr., who was the Coliseum's longtime technology manager, was placed on paid administrative leave...
Q: Regarding all the wood from the trees that the PPL contractors are cutting down to relocate the utility lines and along MacArthur Road for the widening and other improvements, is it legal for passing motorists to stop and take the wood? We have seen...
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