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  • Mexico's 'narco-lawyers' risk everything

    Mexico's 'narco-lawyers' risk everything
    Reporting from Culiacan, Mexico, and Monterrey, Mexico -- Silvia Raquenel Villanueva, once hailed here as "the Bulletproof Lawyer," could outrun the bullets no longer. Villanueva, one of Mexico's most controversial attorneys, was shopping in Monterrey in...
  • Hampton-Phoebus tickets on sale starting Wednesday

    Hampton and Phoebus will both be selling tickets for their game a week from Friday at the following times: Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 4-7 p.m. in the Phoebus main office and Hampton main office. Student tickets will be sold Wednesday through...
  • Sunday notebook: Crabbers thrive in 2nd half

    Aside from some sort of cataclysmic disaster, Friday night's game couldn't have started much worse for Hampton. The Crabbers' first possession included two false starts, a holding call and a 16-yard punt. Bethel's first possession ended with a...
  • Mexico the new dental destination

    Mexico the new dental destination
    The sales pitches start just a few steps after you cross the border into Mexico. They come in the same half-whispers familiar to tourists who have been offered time-shares and T-shirts. "Excuse me, sir," a Mexican man politely asks in accented English....
  • Helpful hands in Hampton

    These organizations and clubs provide information and support for a variety of health and social issues. Access Aids Care Center for Education and Support Services, Hampton, 722-5511; Norfolk, 640-0929, accessaids.org (formerly full circle CANDII) Adult...
  • State puts fairgrounds up for sale -- again

    COSTA MESA — The state put the Orange County Fairgrounds back up for sale Tuesday in a move that flew in the face of City Hall, which has been working to buy the property with the help of a private developer. Councilwoman Katrina Foley said she...
  • Cell phones: Should you go prepaid?

    Cell phones: Should you go prepaid?
    Lee Owens, of Hampton, switched to a no-contract cell phone 8 months ago, and she says she is so satisfied with the service that she can't foresee ever returning to a contract plan. "I was able to migrate my old number and use my old phone," she says...
  • Health care law backers plan counteroffensive

    Health care law backers plan counteroffensive
    After months of being pummeled by Republican attacks on the new healthcare law, the Obama administration and its allies are striking back in an attempt to stem public disaffection with the health overhaul ahead of the November election. A nationwide,...
  • Some lawyers profit off foreclosure fears, loan modifications

    Some lawyers profit off foreclosure fears, loan modifications
    A loophole in state and federal laws has made it easy for some attorneys to take advantage of Illinois residents struggling to keep their homes. Attorneys are among the few professionals who can legally charge upfront fees to help homeowners modify their...
  • Florida did little or nothing with complaints about Dynetech

    Florida regulators have fielded scores of consumer complaints through the years about the how-to-get-rich affiliates of Orlando-based Dynetech Corp. But the grievances have largely fallen through cracks in the government's bureaucracy. More than 130...
  • State sues bounce house manufacturer

    A Burbank manufacturer of inflatable bounce houses is being sued by the state for allowing too much lead in its products. Last month the California Attorney General's Office went after 11 manufacturers of the popular inflatable structures, saying the...