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  • Republican state Sen. Parson running for Missouri governor

    State Sen. Mike Parson, who had endorsed Tom Schweich for Missouri governor before the auditor's suicide, announced Thursday that he will seek the office himself — creating at least a three-way Republican primary for the state's top job. Parson,...
  • Audit says overtime abused by Corrections Department workers

    Illinois Department of Corrections workers have been abusing overtime rules, according to a report released Thursday by the state auditor general. Auditor General William Holland said Corrections Department workers have engaged in "shift swapping," in...
  • CNU tuition increase goes up for Board of Visitors approval

    CNU tuition increase goes up for Board of Visitors approval
    NEWPORT NEWS — Christopher Newport University's Board of Visitors will set the cost of tuition, fees, room and board, for next school year with an increase likely at its meeting Friday at 12:30 p.m. at the David Student Union Board Room. The...
  • Business events scheduled for Friday

    Major business and economic events scheduled for Friday: WASHINGTON —Institute for Supply Management releases its manufacturing index for April, 10 a.m. WASHINGTON —Commerce Department releases construction spending for March, 10 a.m....
  • 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...
  • Audit finds 'widespread discrepancies' in Baltimore energy bill aid

    Audit finds 'widespread discrepancies' in Baltimore energy bill aid
    Baltimore has approved $6.2 million in questionable payments meant to help poor families pay their energy bills, including grants to three dozen households that aren't even in the city, according to a new audit. The report by the city auditor's office,...
  • L.A. Unified releases audit of charter school with ties to candidate

    L.A. Unified releases audit of charter school with ties to candidate
    An audit of a charter school with ties to a Board of Education candidate found fault with the school’s financial operations and the way it maintained employee records and other documents. The audit was released Wednesday by the Los Angeles Unified...
  • Republicans introduce bill to merge economic agencies

    Republican lawmakers want to merge Wisconsin's two major economic development agencies into a new entity with legislative oversight through a stand-alone bill rather than Gov. Scott Walker's budget. The governor's budget proposal calls for merging the...
  • City of Industry: What gives?

    City of Industry: What gives?
    Something is rotten in City of Industry. The sour odor is emanating from lucrative city contracts — several hundred million dollars' worth — awarded over two decades to companies owned by former Mayor David Perez and his relatives. This is a...
  • Sex predator program costs to double by 2025, report says

    The cost of civilly committing sexual predators for treatment in Kansas could double during the next 10 years if steps are not taken to improve the program, the state's auditor said in a report released Tuesday. The report estimates that the program's...