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  • Taxpayers not planning rebate spending spree

    Most Americans are planning to use their stimulus rebate checks to pay down existing debt or add to their savings, not to fuel the kind of consumer spending that would bolster the economy, a new Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll has found. Only 18% of...
  • Anti-billboard activists target multi-story 'supergraphics'

    Anti-billboard activists have a new target: multi-story "supergraphic" signs plastered illegally on about three dozen buildings citywide. A handful of West Los Angeles activists joined City Councilman Jack Weiss on West Pico Boulevard at Overland...
  • Surveillance photos of alleged 'Chatty Bandit' released

    Surveillance photos of alleged 'Chatty Bandit' released
    Law enforcement officers today were searching for a man they say has robbed three South Orange County banks in the last month. The Orange County Sheriff's Department today released bank surveillance photographs of a suspect dubbed the "Chatty Bandit,"...
  • McCain or Obama: Who's best for the economy?

    McCain or Obama: Who's best for the economy?
    Today's question: What polices have Obama and McCain presented that would help fix the financial mess? Would any of their plans damage the U.S. economy? Previously, Foster and Kuttner debated the state of the economy and Congress' rejection of the bailout...
  • Nov. 25: Admirals lose to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 3-1

    WILKES-BARRE, Pa. – The Norfolk Admirals (10-12-1-0) closed out their season-long eight game road trip with a 3-1 loss to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (10-6-1-1) on Wednesday night at the Wachovia Arena at Casey Plaza. The Admirals will return to...
  • Struggling economy leaves Obama no grace period

    Struggling economy leaves Obama no grace period
    WASHINGTON — President-elect Barack Obama's preinaugural "honeymoon" could turn into a major headache. Unlike those preceding him in office, Obama is being forced into swift action on the economy with a financial crisis and the specter of recession...
  • Bankers weigh in on housing decline

    A group of Lehigh Valley bankers says the current housing slowdown won't go away overnight and will affect builders, residents with less-than-stellar credit and businesses considering an expansion. The region will be spared some of the toughest aspects...
  • Highlights of the Steve Walsh case

    Development projects affected - Tradition Towers: The proposed $250 million building in downtown Orlando likely will not be built. - Skye Complex: The 332-unit apartment complex near I-Drive is expected to go forward - Oviedo on the Park: The retail...
  • A mortgage of convenience

    For first-time home buyers Joshua and Latoya Washington, the mid-February arrival of their high-efficiency furnace was a cause for celebration -- sweet reward for pursuing an energy-efficient mortgage. The loan allowed the Washingtons to roll the cost of...
  • Options eyed for rating credit

    Don't be surprised if a lender wants to know if you pay your rent on time or bounce checks before it will let you borrow money. For many years, loan approvals were determined largely by borrowers' credit scores, which are based on proprietary formulas...
  • Lenders tighten mortgage rules

    It takes more than good credit to get a mortgage these days. Lenders across the country, stuck with piles of loans investors wouldn't buy, are jacking up rates and imposing stricter requirements on even the most creditworthy borrowers. And once again, to...