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  • Correction: Killings by Police-Oklahoma story

    In stories April 12-13 about the shooting of a suspect by a reserve deputy in Tulsa, The Associated Press reported erroneously that a videotape of the incident was released during the weekend. Tulsa County investigators showed the video at a news...
  • Oklahoma Senate gives final passage to proton therapy bill

    Legislation that prohibits health insurers from holding proton radiation cancer therapy to a higher standard of clinical effectiveness than other radiation treatments received final approval in the Oklahoma Senate on Monday. The Senate voted 36-9 for the...
  • Hobart funeral home loses license

     Hobart funeral home loses license
    A state board permanently revoked the license of a Hobart funeral home after it found the business and funeral director lied about people dying in order to collect more than $31,000 in burial insurance policies. The State Board of Funeral and Cemetery...
  • Bills complicate insurance claims: My Word

    A storm is coming. You prepare. Yet in the middle of the night, disaster strikes. Thank God you have insurance. You call a contractor, mitigate the damage, and wait for your insurer to ride in on a white horse. You trust that services rendered in the...
  • Thousands Could Face Higher Rates Wednesday If Hartford HealthCare, Insurer Talks Fail

    Thousands Could Face Higher Rates Wednesday If Hartford HealthCare, Insurer Talks Fail
    Thousands of UnitedHealthcare customers will have to pay higher, out-of-network rates starting Wednesday at Hartford Hospital and the Hospital of Central Connecticut, or they will have to seek care elsewhere, if the health insurer and the health system...
  • U.S. Rep. John Larson Says His Bill Will Bolster Social Security

    U.S. Rep. John Larson Says His Bill Will Bolster Social Security
    U.S. Rep. John B. Larson has a plan that he says will stabilize the Social Security system until the turn of the next century. It starts with "rebranding" the government program launched 80 years ago by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. "There's a...
  • Many small firms may face health insurance rate changes under Obamacare

    Many small firms may face health insurance rate changes under Obamacare
    In recent years, as millions of individual consumers coped with new and different kinds of health insurance, small businesses got some breathing room. Millions of small businesses nationwide — and an estimated 70% of California's small firms...
  • Millions facing higher premium rates for flood insurance

    A $24 billion sea of red ink has millions of Americans in vulnerable flood zones, including homeowners still struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy, facing steep increases in flood insurance premiums. New legislation that went into effect this month...
  • Closer Look: Rauner further details legislative agenda

    Gov. Bruce Rauner has begun putting a finer point on his legislative agenda, telling voters, elected officials and newspaper editorial boards during a tour of Illinois last week that his business-friendly plan is vital to improving the state's economy....
  • Daughters move on, but parking tickets find their way home

    What's odd but not beyond belief is that, though our younger daughter moved out more than a year ago, her parking tickets and other problems still come to the house. The latest is for a street-cleaning violation near the bungalow she shares with her...
  • Orioles and sponsors look to ride 2014 success into a new season

    Orioles and sponsors look to ride 2014 success into a new season
    When Cal Renner and his friends started making T-shirts five years ago to celebrate their favorite Orioles players, they didn't have much competition. Their principal clientele were what he called "Orioles hipsters" — those fans who were unfazed...