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  • FHP: Day-care-crash suspect Robert Corchado arrested

    FHP: Day-care-crash suspect Robert Corchado arrested
    Cindy Williams' comments were carried to a national audience. But it was clear that, first and foremost, they were intended for one man: Robert Corchado, the suspected hit-and-run driver in a crash that killed 4-year-old Lily Quintus and injured 14 others...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Explore! BFF (Bicycle Friendly Farmington)

    Dust off the pedal-powered vehicles, pump up the tires. Get back on the roads and trails! May is National Bicycle month and Farmington has a challenge for everyone. Working with Pratt & Whitney and local businesses, Explore! BFF is encouraging...
  • Tax deadline can spread panic, experts say

    OK, procrastinators, here's a friendly reminder: Time is running out. In less than two weeks it will be April 15, the deadline for filing your federal and state tax returns. The good news: With very few tax changes for 2013, there aren't any big head-...
  • Susan Tompor: 13 tax tips as we head toward April 15 deadline

    Just days to go until the April 15 deadline, and we're rolling out 13 lucky tax tips for 2013 returns. Some might save you a little money; some might save a few headaches. Did your child attend day camp last summer? What does that have to do with taxes?...
  • Voter protection, victim rights questions to appear on ballot

    Voter protection, victim rights questions to appear on ballot
    SPRINGFIELD --- Illinois voters this fall will get to decide a pair of constitutional amendments on ballot protections and crime victim rights. The Senate voted today to put both questions on the Nov. 4 ballot. House Speaker Michael Madigan’s...
  • Former contract worker at UM says he accessed data to reveal problems

    Former contract worker at UM says he accessed data to reveal problems
    The FBI is investigating a former University of Maryland contract worker who said he took College Park administrators' personal information from the campus network and posted online about the stunt to draw attention to major security flaws. David...
  • Life's sure things: death, taxes, identity theft

    ATLANTA The tax return called for the refund to be sent to a Wal-Mart employee not the country's most powerful law enforcement official. Yet the return, filed a year ago, used the name, Social Security number and birthdate of Eric Holder. The U.S....
  • Money-smart kids: How much should the tooth fairy bring?

    On the occasion of National Tooth Fairy Day (yes, there is such a thing), I received not one but two studies showing that the tiny sprite is taking a bigger bite out of parents' wallets. An annual survey by Visa showed that children received an average...
  • Sands Bethlehem casino to be sold to Tropicana?

    A year after the owners of Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem acknowledged it was for sale to the right buyer, Tropicana Entertainment Inc. has emerged as a suitor, according to sources familiar with talks between the two gambling companies. Principals...
  • Prom spending falls, but West still spends the most

    Prom spending falls, but West still spends the most
    The theme for prom this year appears to be frugality. A new survey conducted by Visa found that prom spending by teens and their families is expected to fall 14% this year to an average of $978. The average family spent $1,139 on prom in 2013. The...
  • Brutal U.S. winter's latest victim? Prom spending

    Brutal U.S. winter's latest victim? Prom spending
    It is still too cold in most parts of the country to be thinking about taffeta, which could be affecting how much teens and their parents plan on spending on the prom and when they do their shopping. Families, on average, expect to spend $978 this...