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  • 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...
  • Problems With Access Health CT Forms Keep Some Customers From Filing Taxes

    Problems With Access Health CT Forms Keep Some Customers From Filing Taxes
    HARTFORD — Access Health CT has received thousands of complaints from its customers regarding a health-insurance form they need to file taxes, and various problems that have delayed them from filing. The filing deadline is Wednesday. Anyone who...
  • Police: Cranston man filed phony $1 million insurance claim

    A Cranston man has been charged with filing a bogus $1 million insurance claim saying his uncle died in a bus accident in Haiti. Forty-five-year-old Richard Dorval was arraigned Wednesday in Warwick District Court and posted $10,000 bail. State police...
  • House endorses abortion-related health insurance bill

    The Montana House endorsed a bill Friday that would require health insurance companies to offer coverage plans that do not include elective abortions. Representatives voted 55-44 to endorse Senate Bill 349. It was carried by Republican Rep. Vince Ricci...
  • Former Roselle mayor headed to jail for insurance fraud

    The former mayor of Roselle has been sentenced to 90 days in jail for insurance fraud over false reports made after a hit-and-run accident. NJ.com reports (http://bit.ly/1yjhpZa) that Garrett Smith was sentenced Friday after filing false reports with the...
  • Oklahoma reserve deputy charged with manslaughter in unarmed man's death

    Oklahoma reserve deputy charged with manslaughter in unarmed man's death
    A volunteer Oklahoma sheriff’s deputy was charged with manslaughter Monday after prosecutors said he was negligent for shooting an unarmed suspect with a gun instead of a Taser during an arrest. The charges were a resounding rejection of the Tulsa...
  • Top 10 things you should do before, during and after a storm

    Top 10 things you should do before, during and after a storm
    Before Make a plan, decide whether to stay or go If you haven't done so already, make a plan for the entire family, right down to the dog. When a storm threatens, will you stay home, head to a shelter, or flee the area? Each scenario requires some...
  • Thousands on Peninsula signed up for Affordable Care Act health insurance

    Thousands on Peninsula signed up for Affordable Care Act health insurance
    With just a couple of weeks left in the Affordable Care Act's special enrollment period for health insurance in 2015, the federal government has released more details on those who signed up during the primary open enrollment, which ended Feb. 15. The...
  • Hundreds face higher premiums for flood insurance

    Hundreds face higher premiums 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 Storm Sandy, facing steep increases in flood insurance premiums. Legislation that took effect this month —...
  • A look at key parts of sweeping bill changing how Medicare pays doctors

    The historic compromise legislation passed by the Senate this week will overhaul the way Medicare pays physicians and will create new systems to reward high-performing doctors. The bill, which drew unusual bipartisan support in both chambers of...
  • Correction: Cost of Aging story

    In a story April 9 about nursing home costs, The Associated Press misspelled the surname of the president and CEO of The Scan Foundation. His name is Bruce Chernof, not Chernoff. A corrected version of the story is below: Elder care costs keep climbing;...