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  • Ticked off at debt collectors calling their cellphones, Floridians are fighting back

    Ticked off at debt collectors calling their cellphones, Floridians are fighting back
    South Florida consumers aggravated by annoying "robo calls" on their cellphones from debt collectors are fighting back – suing the companies that make the calls and often collecting cash settlements from the lenders. Fort Lauderdale lawyer Scott D....
  • Catholic Charities Remembers Archbishop Hannan

    Catholic Charities Remembers Archbishop Hannan
    Catholic Charities celebrates the life and legacy of Archbishop Philip M. Hannan, whose visionary leadership created a new way to provide help to those in need in the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Archbishop Hannan founded and secured funding for many...
  • Slalom Consulting

    Slalom Consulting
    A killer lake view from offices in the Prudential Plaza tower, staff parties at vacation resorts and sabbaticals after a few years on the job have been enough to help Slalom Consulting lure top consultants from bigger-name firms. They've also been enough...
  • Culver's Fundraises for Employees to Attend Special Olympics

    Culver's Fundraises for Employees to Attend Special Olympics
    West Michigan will have a chance to help pay it forward today, as restaurant chain Culver's is raising some money for a good cause. They want to help two of their employees go to Korea, to compete in the 2013 Special Olympics. Several West Michigan...
  • Andrea Mead Lawrence dies at 76; Olympic Alpine skier became environmentalist

    Andrea Mead Lawrence, who was the only American alpine skier to win two gold medals in a single Olympics and went on to become a leading conservationist in the Eastern Sierra, has died. She was 76. Lawrence, who spent four decades working to preserve the...
  • Strangling California's budget

    Strangling California's budget
    As California grapples with a fiscal crisis, state lawmakers are facing painful choices about where to cut spending and how to increase revenues this year. California is one of only three states that require a "supermajority" vote to pass a budget, a...
  • Writing a new chapter in Napa's rebirth

    Writing a new chapter in Napa's rebirth
    What's a town gotta do to gain some cachet? The city of Napa has new homes, new hotels, new shops and new restaurants. The once-neglected river that runs through town has been reclaimed, historic buildings have been restored, and developers have poured...
  • 04.15.09 Ask Doctor Debt

    www.askdoctordebt.com Q: Can you tell us a little bit about "Ask Doctor Debt?" A: I'd be delighted to. Ask Doctor Debt is essentially an online version of "Dear Abby" for consumers with credit and debt questions. It features a comprehensive,...
  • More news, notes and tidbits from the women's downhill

     
    With Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso going gold-silver in Wednesday's downhill, the United States Alpine team has already surpassed the two medals it won at the 2006 Turin Games. The U.S. already has three medals after just two events, with......
  • Lindsey Vonn wins downhill portion of women's combined event

     
    Can Lindsey Vonn make it two for two? The American alpine star, fresh off Wednesday's win in the Olympic downhill, picked up where she left off Thursday by posting the fastest time in the downhill portion of the super combined.......
  • Julia Mancuso wins silver in women's super combined; Lindsey Vonn falls during slalom run

     
    Julia Mancuso doubled her medal total with a silver in the super combined Thursday. Mancuso won the silver medal in the women's downhill Wednesday. Lindsey Vonn of the U.S., who led after the downhill portion, fell during the slalom and......
  • Looks like a silver medal for Bode Miller in men's super-G and bronze for Andrew Weibrecht

     
    With all of the top skiers down the mountain, it looks as though U.S. teammates Bode Miller and Andrew Weibrecht will win silver and bronze, respectively, in the men's super-giant slalom. It will be Miller's second medal of the Vancouver......