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  • State auditor finds improvement in embattled charter school chain

    State auditor finds improvement in embattled charter school chain
    A California state audit has found that a charter school organization accused of financial mismanagement by the Los Angeles Unified School District has improved its bottom line but still needs stronger controls over spending. The audit, released...
  • Lumber Liquidators stops sales of Chinese-made flooring

    Lumber Liquidators stops sales of Chinese-made flooring
    Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. said Thursday that it was suspending sales of all laminate flooring from China one week after the hardwood flooring company said the U.S. Department of Justice was seeking criminal charges over the possibly hazardous...
  • People on the Move: Child advocate recognized by Leadership Palm Beach

    People on the Move: Child advocate recognized by Leadership Palm Beach
    Leadership Michele Poole received Leadership Palm Beach County's 2015 Leadership Excellence Award. Poole, a 2014 LPBC graduate, was honored April 24, at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for Performing Arts in West Palm Beach, in recognition of her work as...
  • Federal judge reopens bankruptcy case of TH Properties

    A federal judge has reopened TH Properties' bankruptcy case after one of its creditors raised questions about the sale of a property owned by the company's founders. The Montgomery County­based developer objected to the reopening, but admitted in court...
  • Georgia sheriff charged in shooting vows to stay on the job

    ATLANTA Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill released a statement Thursday morning, the day after he was charged with reckless conduct in connection with the shooting of a woman inside a Gwinnett County, Ga., model home. He said he intends to continue...
  • Simply Fashion and Dots stores closing nationwide

    Simply Fashion and Dots stores nationwide are closing, and going-out-of-business sales are starting Thursday. Simply Fashion, a discount retailer of women's clothing, accessories and footwear, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month. The...
  • The Morning Report: What you need to know today in Annapolis and Anne Arundel

    The Morning Report: What you need to know today in Annapolis and Anne Arundel
    The Morning Report is a quick roundup of links to stories we think Annapolis and Anne Arundel County residents will be talking about today. You can click on the links directly from the text of this feature. Here's what's happening. We are working on...
  • Biz News:

    Costa Makers studio to close After less than a year in business, a creative workspace studio in Westside Costa Mesa is closing. Costa Makers, at 1638 Babcock St., will close late this month or in early June, the owners announced in an email Monday. They...
  • Georgia sheriff charged in shooting incident

    ATLANTA Ending days of speculation, Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill was charged Wednesday in a shooting that critically wounded a woman inside a model home. Hill, 50, of Rex, was charged with reckless conduct, a misdemeanor, and booked into the...
  • State Fraud Investigator Accused Of Mortgage Fraud

    State Fraud Investigator Accused Of Mortgage Fraud
    The state employee who manages fraud investigations for the state welfare department was charged with fraud himself Wednesday for lying about his assets on an application to refinance his home mortgage. The U.S. Attorney's office said that...
  • Man got $70,000 for 3 months' work on Atlantic City finances

    One of two men appointed by Republican Gov. Chris Christie to help turn around the city's troubled finances was paid about $70,000 for just over three months of work. The state attorney general's office told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Kevyn...