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  • Equifax confuses woman for her dead sister

     Equifax confuses woman for her dead sister
    Jennifer Hendrickson learned of her alleged passing from the bank. The Winfield resident, intent on buying a car in 2012, applied for a loan. The bank ran a credit check and informed her that, according to credit bureau Equifax, she was dead....
  • Restoring Sheriff's Dept. morale by not doing too much or too little

    Restoring Sheriff's Dept. morale by not doing too much or too little
    At the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department headquarters, a winding hallway leads to an unexpected oasis. Surrounded by trees, with a built-in grill and tables, the patio is an ideal place for a barbecue. Until recently, though, only a select few...
  • Retirement assets are making a comeback

    Retirement assets at the end of 2013 were the highest on record, a strong indication that many savers have seen their investment accounts bounce back from the financial crisis of 2008 when the stock market fell so hard it lost nearly half its value....
  • Housing industry asks $5 trillion question: what does Watt want?

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. housing industry has waited three months to find out how Mel Watt will govern taxpayer-owned mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac , and has been frustrated by his silence. The former 11-term congressman from North...
  • Rauner would veto Chicago pension bill

    Rauner would veto Chicago pension bill
    Republican candidate Bruce Rauner said today that if he were governor, he would veto legislation lawmakers sent to Gov. Pat Quinn last week that would cut pension benefits for some city workers and allow aldermen to raise property taxes to shore up the...
  • Burbank imposes employment terms on attorneys union

    The Burbank City Council on Tuesday imposed terms of employment on the Burbank city attorneys union after a year of unsuccessful negotiations, a move Burbank Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy called “regrettable.” The council approved imposing the...
  • Iran official says envoy decision will not affect nuke talks

    ANKARA (Reuters) - An Iranian official said on Friday a U.S. decision to deny a visa to an Iranian diplomat to allow him to become Iran's ambassador to the United Nations would not affect Tehran's nuclear talks with world powers. The official told...
  • Shred your documents to shield your ID

    To prevent identity theft that could happen when a crook gets hold of your bank account information or Social Security number, the city is hosting a "Shredathon." Personal documents will be shredded for free on site. The event for city residents only...
  • Achievment Gap Tied To Affordable Housing

    Last fall, a root cause of Connecticut's worst-in-the-nation achievement gap was laid bare. Glastonbury was investigating more than 600 students to determine whether they lived outside the school district. They found 48. One school board member...
  • Avallone Questioned By Judiciary Committee

    HARTFORD — Former state Sen. Anthony Avallone, a high-profile political activist and longtime Democratic National Committee member, was questioned Friday over how he can cast aside his longheld, hard-core political beliefs in order to become an...
  • Politicians speak at Tea Party event

    Politicians speak at Tea Party event
    Integrity is essential to public service and is something achieved over a long period of time, a Costa Mesa City Council candidate stressed during a conservative candidates forum Thursday evening. "I believe that the old man who's running for City...