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  • Foreclosure attorney Stern leaves as chairman of subsidiary firm

    Foreclosure attorney Stern leaves as chairman of subsidiary firm
    Plantation foreclosure attorney David J. Stern, who is under investigation by state regulators over his law firm's alledged mishandling of tens of thousands of foreclosure documents, has left his position as chairman of the subsidiary company that handles...
  • LDAF Issues Public Health Alert

    LDAF Issues Public Health Alert
    The Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry's Office of Animal Health and Food Safety is advising the public that certain "ready to eat" meat products produced by Veron Foods LLC of Prairieville, La. should not be consumed, Commissioner Mike...
  • Former ATC Head Investigated For Stalking

    Former ATC Head Investigated For Stalking
    State investigators have searched the office and vehicle of recently resigned Alcohol and Tobacco Control Commissioner Murphy Painter. The investigators' application for a warrant indicated they were seeking evidence that Painter had stalked and harassed...
  • State puts fairgrounds up for sale -- again

    COSTA MESA — The state put the Orange County Fairgrounds back up for sale Tuesday in a move that flew in the face of City Hall, which has been working to buy the property with the help of a private developer. Councilwoman Katrina Foley said she...
  • Cell phones: Should you go prepaid?

    Cell phones: Should you go prepaid?
    Lee Owens, of Hampton, switched to a no-contract cell phone 8 months ago, and she says she is so satisfied with the service that she can't foresee ever returning to a contract plan. "I was able to migrate my old number and use my old phone," she says...
  • Health care law backers plan counteroffensive

    Health care law backers plan counteroffensive
    After months of being pummeled by Republican attacks on the new healthcare law, the Obama administration and its allies are striking back in an attempt to stem public disaffection with the health overhaul ahead of the November election. A nationwide,...
  • Some lawyers profit off foreclosure fears, loan modifications

    Some lawyers profit off foreclosure fears, loan modifications
    A loophole in state and federal laws has made it easy for some attorneys to take advantage of Illinois residents struggling to keep their homes. Attorneys are among the few professionals who can legally charge upfront fees to help homeowners modify their...
  • New information in York County cold case: Stacey Farmer was murdered

    New information in York County cold case: Stacey Farmer was murdered
    The York County Coroner's office says the death of a York County man was, in fact, homicide. The ruling, released Monday afternoon at York Area Regional Police Department. Detectives have been investigating the death of 33-year old Stacey Farmer since...
  • Landlord Hears "Thumping" Sounds, Police Find Tenant Murdered in Triplex

    Landlord Hears "Thumping" Sounds, Police Find Tenant Murdered in Triplex
    Des Moines police are looking for information in the murder of a 29-year-old woman Monday night or Tuesday morning. The landlord of a triplex 24000 block of 25th Ave South says he heard "thumping" sounds and barking dogs inside the unit next door and...
  • Man Attempts to Rob the Whitney Bank in Mandeville

    Man Attempts to Rob the Whitney Bank in Mandeville
    On Tuesday, August 31st 2010 at or about 2:50 p.m. a man carrying an attaché case entered the Whitney National Bank on Highway 59 north of Mandeville. Upon entry, he approached a teller and presented a note demanding cash. During the robbery attempt,...
  • UPDATE: Man in Valley View Mall surveillance photo was carrying umbrella; Roanoke police interviewed him

    UPDATE: Man in Valley View Mall surveillance photo was carrying umbrella; Roanoke police interviewed him
    Updated at 5:14 pm Roanoke police now say they have talked to the man shown in surveillance video and say he was carrying an umbrella.  Here is the full release the city posted on Facebook: "The person shown in the earlier photos from the Valley...
  • Catalinas: The Cadillacs of shopping coupons

    Catalinas: The Cadillacs of shopping coupons
    When Joanie Demer used coupons to take a $600 grocery bill down to $2.64 on the TLC show "Extreme Couponing," she had a secret weapon. Demer, who blogs at TheKrazyCouponLady.com, used plenty of ordinary coupons, the ones you clip from the Sunday...