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  • Ex-Dodgers pitcher Ted Lilly accused of insurance fraud

    Ex-Dodgers pitcher Ted Lilly accused of insurance fraud
    Former Dodgers starting pitcher Ted Lilly, who retired in 2013, has been charged with three felonies for allegedly filing a false insurance claim. According to the San Luis Obispo Tribune, the charges stem from a claim Lilly filed in regard to damage...
  • Family finances: Pay cash for your health care

    In an era of higher health insurance deductibles, rising out-of-pocket costs and shrinking provider networks, more people are taking matters into their own hands. Instead of using their health insurance for all of their care, they're going off the grid...
  • With federal policy change, more money for school-based health services

    WASHINGTON A recent federal policy reversal, long-sought by states and health care advocates, could enable schools to take a lead role in managing chronic childhood diseases and result in the hiring of many more school nurses. The change, announced...
  • Ted Lilly, retired Major League Baseball player, charged with insurance fraud in California

    Former Major League Baseball player Ted Lilly has been charged in California with three felonies related to insurance fraud, according to a newspaper report. The charges stem from allegedly false insurance claims filed last year connected to Lilly's...
  • Community activist Randy Ross arrested on insurance claim fraud charges

    A community activist and former candidate for public office was arrested Friday on charges of insurance claim fraud, Orange County Jail records show. Randy Ross, 49, was booked into the jail on Friday afternoon and had bonded out several hours later....
  • UnitedHealth fourth quarter earnings top estimates

    MINNEAPOLIS UnitedHealth Group posted better-than-expected earnings for the fourth quarter, and continued to send an upbeat message to investors about the outlook for the new year. Following the earnings release on Wednesday morning, the company's...
  • Local civil rights advocates worry about housing case

    Local civil rights advocates worry about housing case
    Lawyers who launched a fair-lending case in Baltimore against Wells Fargo that ended with a $175 million settlement three years ago had an effective weapon: a federal legal standard recognizing discrimination by effect as well as intent. Housing...
  • California DMV says Uber, Lyft, Sidecar cars need commercial plates

    California DMV says Uber, Lyft, Sidecar cars need commercial plates
    Uber, Lyft, Sidecar and other ride-hailing service drivers make money with their cars. So should they be required to carry commercial license plates? The California Department of Motor Vehicles says yes. In a memo issued this month, the DMV cited the...
  • Women of child-bearing age commonly prescribed narcotic painkillers, CDC says

    MILWAUKEE Narcotic painkillers which can cause birth defects commonly were prescribed for women of reproductive age, according to new data presented Thursday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The research, which looked at the...
  • State Rep. Wants To Take Dog Breed Out of Homeowners Policy Equation

    State Rep. Wants To Take Dog Breed Out of Homeowners Policy Equation
    A Connecticut lawmaker wants to make it illegal for insurance companies to inquire about or discriminate against a specific breed of dog when issuing a homeowners insurance policy, but industry advocates say such a law would only make all homeowners...
  • Prominent Bucks family faces charges in alleged insurance fraud scheme

    After a fire broke out in Claire Risoldi's palatial Bucks County home for the third time in five years, the Buckingham Township woman blamed volunteer firefighters for the theft of nearly $11 million worth of jewelry. In reality, state prosecutors say,...