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LEXINGTON — A┐week after making an emergency plea for donations, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass announced Friday that enough contributions have come in to stabilize the agency’s financial condition, at least temporarily. “...
Tags: Georgetown, Punishment, Human Interest, Fraud, Corporate Crime
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCALEXICO — Calexico Unified School District reviewed and discussed more than 35 findings from its 2010-2011 fiscal year audit in a special meeting Tuesday night. The Calexico Unified school board approved the audit report 3-2 with board members...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Embezzlement
firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON — Area kids will pay a hefty price if local communities don’t respond to a desperate pleas for funds to keep Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass operating. A board member for the Boyle County chapter, Katy Neyhouse, said she...
Staff WriterThe sentencing of a Niland Fire captain who pleaded guilty to two charges related to an embezzlement case was postponed Friday until next week because his defense attorney was unable to attend. Attorney John Breeze, who represents Angel Guerra, was...
Zap2ItRecent economic news is applied to an action-comedy approach in director Brett Ratner's ("Rush Hour") entertaining caper set in a posh New York condo. The building manager (Ben Stiller) organizes some of his fellow employees, who lost significant money in...
IID talks over cost-sharing agreement for Salton Sea environmental review; vote scheduled for next weekImperial Valley Press Staff WriterThe Imperial Irrigation District is taking a courageous step that the state and other water agencies aren’t willing to make for environmental mitigation at the Salton Sea, said Charles DuMars, an environmental attorney out of New Mexico. “...
NewsCoreA former Massachusetts dentist who used paper clips during oral surgery instead of medical stainless steel was sentenced Monday to a year in prison. Michael Clair, 53, was also ordered to pay restitution to the state of Massachusetts and two former...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA Kansas House committee has agreed to Secretary of State Kris Kobach's proposal to start requiring proof of citizenship from potential voters earlier than originally scheduled. The Elections Committee agreed to introduce a bill that would impose the...
Staff WriterA hearing in the case involving a former Imperial Valley College Foundation official was postponed from Wednesday to today in order to see when another hearing can be scheduled. Christine Hisel’s defense attorney, Eric Beaudikofer, suggested that...
Tags: Punishment, Corporate Crime, Punishment, Embezzlement
It’s not a popular position these days, but I have never been more eager for business as opposed to government to guide us as a nation to prosperity and stability. I know, not a few of the pinstriped suits on Wall Street deserve condemnation for...
Q13 FOX News reporterSuellen Apley said her husband Bill came home Friday claiming he'd given $25,000 of their money to a total stranger. In fact, Bill Apley, who is suffering from Alzheimer’s, was scammed out of his entire life savings by con artists. "I'm angry...
Tags: Alzheimer's Disease, Fraud, Corporate Crime
Holding an election is an expensive business. State and local governments must coordinate to recruit, train, supervise and pay civic-minded poll workers who come early and stay late to set up and tear down polling places all over Maryland, consuming...
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