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  • California bill would ease professional licensing rules for immigrants

    California bill would ease professional licensing rules for immigrants
    Denisse Rojas earned a biology degree from UC Berkeley and has set her sights on medical school. But one big obstacle stands in her way. To practice medicine in California, doctors must obtain a license from the state, and applicants are required to...
  • Glenview police reports: Park defaced with obscene pictures, and more

    Glenview police reports: Park defaced with obscene pictures, and more
    The following items were taken from Glenview police reports: A 34-year-old Glenview man was arrested in the 1500 block of Milwaukee Avenue on May 30 and charged with violation of an order of protection and interference with judicial procedure. An 18-...
  • RATEGRAM'S BEST CREDIT CARD DEALS, For immediate release

    These are nationally available credit cards offering the lowest interest rates on purchases as of May. 28. If you typically pay off the entire balance monthly, look for a zero-annual fee card that allows the most interest-free or grace days. Some cards...
  • New online calculator makes fees in mortgage offers transparent

    When you need a mortgage — whether to buy a house or refinance — what do you do? More than likely you jump online and check out competing quotes on sites that let you compare multiple offers, including interest rates, annual percentage rates...
  • Problem Solver: Family finds bumpy ride signing up for Obamacare

    Problem Solver: Family finds bumpy ride signing up for Obamacare
    Even with his experience as an insurance agent, David Schlossberg found navigating Obamacare painfully frustrating. The Lake in the Hills resident had a relatively simple time obtaining coverage for himself. Signing up his wife and infant son was...
  • Burglar breaks into Northern District police station; caught wearing police jacket [Crime Log]

    The following is compiled from police reports. It is the Baltimore Messenger's policy to include descriptions only when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Baltimore City...
  • Kevin Hunt: How Your Trash Talks (To Identity Thieves)

    Kevin Hunt: How Your Trash Talks (To Identity Thieves)
    If U-Haul knows that 45 percent of moves each year happen between Memorial Day and Labor Day, so do identity thieves. Anyone who tosses bank statements, credit-card bills or medical records in a trash can or recycle bin risks becoming a target. Can't...
  • Kevin Hunt: Pay Tax Now Or You Will Be Arrested: Is This The IRS?

    Kevin Hunt: Pay Tax Now Or You Will Be Arrested: Is This The IRS?
    Tax season has ended, but not for scammers. This year's strain of tax-related phone scams with callers identifying themselves as Internal Revenue Service representatives has elicited warnings in recent weeks from the state attorney general, state...
  • Rachel Marsden: Obama's immigration reform is in need of reforming

    PARIS -- As a chronic immigrant, I'm loath to support immigration policies that might make life difficult for anyone seeking to legitimately integrate into and contribute to an adoptive nation. Nonetheless, as the Obama administration attempts to reform...
  • Police reports: Criticizing a haircut, peeping tom

    Police reports: Criticizing a haircut, peeping tom
    The following items were taken from police reports in Tinley Park: A pickup truck previously owned by a now-deceased gay man was the target of anti-homosexual graffiti while parked on the 8400 block of Current Avenue on April 26. A homeless man was...
  • Federal trial begins for deputy accused in L.A. County jail abuse case

    Federal trial begins for deputy accused in L.A. County jail abuse case
    Trial began Tuesday in the first of several criminal cases to arise out of the federal government's probe into misconduct by sheriff's deputies in Los Angeles County jails, with prosecutors accusing a deputy of conspiring with several of his superiors...