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  • A fragile man, whispered innuendo and two suicides in Missouri

    A fragile man, whispered innuendo and two suicides in Missouri
    One month before his suicide, Tom Schweich announced he was running for governor. He looked pale and tired, with dark crescents under his eyes, but he spoke with precision and force. He told supporters he had learned to fight liberals by attending Harvard...
  • 5 things to know about Tax Day: For most of us it's not that bad

    5 things to know about Tax Day: For most of us it's not that bad
    Wednesday is the deadline for filing income tax returns, a day long associated with the dread of rushing to fill out complicated forms and, perhaps, making a payment to Uncle Sam. But for most, it's not that bad. Aside from the complicated forms, tax...
  • Amid conflicting reports, L.A. County board orders audit of probation agency

    Amid conflicting reports, L.A. County board orders audit of probation agency
    Los Angeles County supervisors ordered a far-ranging audit of the county probation department Tuesday, amid debate over how much progress the department has made in improving conditions in its juvenile lockups. A federal monitoring team recently ended...
  • Lehigh Valley lawmaker looks to close tax collectors' fraud loophole

    Lehigh Valley lawmaker looks to close tax collectors' fraud loophole
    HARRISBURG — It's a crime of opportunity committed against Pennsylvania taxpayers time and time again. • 1990: Former Bath tax collector William O. Jandrasitz and his wife, JoAnn F. Jandrasitz, are sentenced in Northampton County Court to...
  • Top county workers get 2 percent raise

    Top county workers get 2 percent raise
    Three of Broward County's top employees will get 2 percent raises this year, helping them retain their positions as some of the highest paid employees in County Hall. Still, the raises Tuesday for the county administrator, county auditor and county...
  • State Attorney says watchdog's closed-door meetings allowed

    State Attorney says watchdog's closed-door meetings allowed
    Palm Beach County's Inspector General didn't violate public access laws when holding closed-door meetings with local officials, according to the State Attorney's Office. John Bowers, a former auditor for the inspector general's office, last week...
  • DNA crime analysis skewed by Baltimore City Police Department's failure to report data

    DNA crime analysis skewed by Baltimore City Police Department's failure to report data
    The Baltimore City Police Department did not report its DNA processing data to a state agency for the past two years, hobbling the agency's effort to track how well police crime labs handle crucial evidence in thousands of criminal cases, a state...
  • Fiscal reform, oversight become focus of College of DuPage race

    Fiscal reform, oversight become focus of College of DuPage race
    After months of strife at the College of DuPage, the race for its board of trustees has become a fierce battleground. Twelve candidates are vying for three six-year terms on the board, with many of the hopefuls citing continuous reports of financial...
  • Theft at College of DuPage's WDCB went longer, cost more, controller says

     Theft at College of DuPage's WDCB went longer, cost more, controller says
    An alleged theft at the College of DuPage radio station went on for more than twice as long — and was twice as costly — as prosecutors charged this week, a high-ranking administrator at the college has alleged. Lynn Sapyta, the community...
  • Legislators Seek To Open Window On UConn Foundation

    Legislators Seek To Open Window On UConn Foundation
    For years, attempts to require the University of Connecticut Foundation to be more open about how it raises and spends millions of dollars each year have fizzled in the legislature. But this year, new efforts to shed more light on the foundation's...
  • Why would GOP candidate for Missouri governor kill himself?

    Why would GOP candidate for Missouri governor kill himself?
    Missouri's auditor, who fatally shot himself in an apparent suicide, had vowed to take down the state's most powerful politicians and donors, including his fellow Republicans, when he launched an anti-corruption campaign for governor last month. But...