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  • report sheds light on some medical costs

    Commercial insurance companies in Virginia pay, on average, $733 for a breast biopsy in a physician's office and $2,903 for the same procedure at an ambulatory surgery center. Medicare pays an average of $306 for a breast biopsy in an ambulatory...
  • Federal Way Internet Auction House Shut Down; Accused Of Using Fake Bids To Jack Up Price

    Federal Way Internet Auction House Shut Down; Accused Of Using Fake Bids To Jack Up Price
    Going once, twice -- gone: a Federal Way Internet auction house is out of business after being accused of cheating its customers. The business agreed to close and shut down its web site -- after apparently using phony bids to artificially increase prices...
  • UPDATE: Man in Valley View Mall surveillance photo was carrying umbrella; Roanoke police interviewed him

    UPDATE: Man in Valley View Mall surveillance photo was carrying umbrella; Roanoke police interviewed him
    Updated at 5:14 pm Roanoke police now say they have talked to the man shown in surveillance video and say he was carrying an umbrella.  Here is the full release the city posted on Facebook: "The person shown in the earlier photos from the Valley...
  • General Government Complex to Close Early in Preparation for the Gretna Heritage Festival

    General Government Complex to Close Early in Preparation for the Gretna Heritage Festival
    Due to preparations for the Gretna Heritage Festival and the closing of the surrounding streets in Historic Downtown Gretna, the General Government Complex will close at noon on Friday, October 1, 2010, with the exception of the Clerk of Courts Office and...
  • Taking Action For You: Small business loans

    Taking Action For You: Small business loans
    In a tough economy, some small business owners are searching every avenue for a business loan. They're even going online and out of state. What happens though, when the lender seemingly disappears with your deposit? Crystal Tuttle has been grooming pets...
  • Government watchdog and advocacy groups need to be more social

    Government watchdog and advocacy groups need to be more social
    We hear from our readers almost every day about issues affecting their lives. They ask why their hard-earned tax dollars are paying for elaborate construction projects or why utility bills must pay for new power projects. They criticize the cost of...
  • MISSING: Keith Moore

    MISSING: Keith Moore
    The New Orleans Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in locating 42-year-old Keith Moore, who was last seen by his cousin two months ago. He was last seen leaving his residence, in the 3100 block of Marais Street. Keith Moore was...
  • Foreclosure attorney Stern leaves as chairman of subsidiary firm

    Foreclosure attorney Stern leaves as chairman of subsidiary firm
    Plantation foreclosure attorney David J. Stern, who is under investigation by state regulators over his law firm's alledged mishandling of tens of thousands of foreclosure documents, has left his position as chairman of the subsidiary company that handles...
  • Wednesday Chicago deals: Free, free freebies

    Wednesday Chicago deals: Free, free freebies
    The Frugalista has an ongoing gallery of free products, which you can view here. But today there are so many freebies available that my whole daily deal post is all free stuff that you can buy in Chicago or order online. Yay free! CVS freebies:If you...
  • New information in York County cold case: Stacey Farmer was murdered

    New information in York County cold case: Stacey Farmer was murdered
    The York County Coroner's office says the death of a York County man was, in fact, homicide. The ruling, released Monday afternoon at York Area Regional Police Department. Detectives have been investigating the death of 33-year old Stacey Farmer since...
  • Landlord Hears "Thumping" Sounds, Police Find Tenant Murdered in Triplex

    Landlord Hears "Thumping" Sounds, Police Find Tenant Murdered in Triplex
    Des Moines police are looking for information in the murder of a 29-year-old woman Monday night or Tuesday morning. The landlord of a triplex 24000 block of 25th Ave South says he heard "thumping" sounds and barking dogs inside the unit next door and...