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  • Suspect in shooting of sports anchor pleads not guilty

    A house painter on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to an attempted murder charge in the shooting of a San Diego television sportscaster a week ago. Prosecutor Rebecca Zipp told the judge during a hearing in San Diego Superior Court that Mike Montana shot...
  • Unions at opposite sides of debate about hospital chain sale

    Unions at opposite sides of debate about hospital chain sale
    Two powerful healthcare unions are slugging it out over the future of a chain of six struggling Catholic hospitals in California, including two in Los Angeles County. California Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris is scheduled to decide this week whether to...
  • Letters to the editor

    Bad site for Obama library President Barack Obama should say "thanks, but no thanks" to the proposal to put his presidential library in Washington Park or Jackson Park near the University of Chicago. It would be a shame to scar these crown jewels of...
  • Landlord wants Radio Shack to pay back rent

    VALPARAISO -- Porter County is feeling the affects of the financially troubled RadioShack Corp. in local stores. The landlord for the Portage store at 5974 US 6 filed suit against RadioShack Corp. and the store for back rent on Feb. 4, the same day the...
  • Meet the Illinois company behind SkyMall merchandise

    Meet the Illinois company behind SkyMall merchandise
    SkyMall, the inflight catalog famous for its outlandish gifts, filed for bankruptcy last month, possibly ending the era of garish garden sculpture and hot dog toaster purchases in the sky. But as it turns out, most of those SkyMall products are made...
  • Troubled Sadie Waterford residential center wants to reopen

     Troubled Sadie Waterford residential center wants to reopen
    A month after Illinois pulled state wards out of Sadie Waterford Manor for their own safety, the residential treatment center is lobbying officials to reopen in a new location, the Tribune has learned. The Crestwood center had nearly 2,000 police...
  • Bankrupt southern Indiana hospital closes

    A southern Indiana hospital that filed for bankruptcy in 2012 has closed. The News and Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/17qGJPG ) a bid was accepted for St. Catherine Regional Hospital in Charlestown after it went up for auction earlier this year, but...
  • Saladworks files for bankruptcy, says it will seek buyer

    Saladworks, the Montgomery County-based restaurant franchise, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Tuesday and said it would seek a buyer in an effort to put an end to litigation between its owners. The Conshohocken company said that the...
  • Revel, Straub talk after judge delays decision

    Florida investor Glenn Straub and Revel Casino Hotel officials met privately Tuesday in Camden, N.J., after U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Gloria M. Burns said she will rule Thursday on whether to terminate Straub's deal to buy the Atlantic City casino for $95.4...
  • So far, markets calm despite more trouble with Greece

     So far, markets calm despite more trouble with Greece
    It's back to the future in the Eurozone with Greece's massive debt problems rising once again. It's a reminder that Europe stuck its finger in the dike of its debt issues a couple of years ago without resolving them. Again, Greece's inability to pay...
  • Ex-Ravens RB Jamal Lewis' Super Bowl XLVII ring auctioned off for $50,820

    Ex-Ravens RB Jamal Lewis' Super Bowl XLVII ring auctioned off for $50,820
    When the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII, owner Steve Bisciotti awarded Super Bowl rings to former star running back Jamal Lewis and fellow Ring of Honor members Michael McCrary, Jonathan Ogden, Matt Stover and Peter Boulware. Now, Lewis' commemorative...