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  • Foreclosures surge in Southern California, but for how long?

    Foreclosures surge in Southern California, but for how long?
    Foreclosures in Southern California hit their highest level in two years in January, according to new data out Thursday. But market-watchers say it's more a matter of lenders clearing their books than a new wave of bad loans. The number of homes...
  • Dr. Dre's tear-down tops week's sales in L.A.

    Dr. Dre's tear-down tops week's sales in L.A.
    Dr. Dre’s premium view in Hollywood Hills West, a Malibu contemporary owned by a “Friends” star and a French Country-inspired estate designed by William Hefner were among the top sales in the greater Los Angeles area last week. $32...
  • In a case featuring a hit man and a Stradivarius, a priest pleads guilty as trial was to start

    A plot twist in a legal drama featuring a mobster and a violin played out Wednesday when a prison chaplain announced in court minutes before his trial was to start that he was guilty of trying to help an imprisoned mob hit man recover a hidden...
  • Priest to go on trial on charges he passed on messages from Chicago mobster

    Priest to go on trial on charges he passed on messages from Chicago mobster
    The Catholic priest and the childhood friend of imprisoned Outfit hit man Frank Calabrese Sr. allegedly met at a low-key Italian restaurant tucked in a strip mall in Lake Barrington, a place with the usual dark wood and quiet booths, Sinatra crooning...
  • Wyoming Supreme Court hears arguments in Sheridan school board closed-meetings lawsuit

    Attorneys argued Wednesday before the Wyoming Supreme Court over whether the public is entitled to know the legal reason why the Sheridan school board decided to discuss a proposed multi-purpose building behind closed doors. A lawsuit filed by The...
  • Interview with Tim Dorsey, author of 'Shark Skin Suite'

    You don't have to look hard in Tim Dorsey's latest novel to find references to prime Florida weirdness. The voracious African land snails and the aggressive iguanas and the elusive Burmese pythons and the terrifying barracudas that launch themselves out...
  • Home sales show best January in eight years

    Home sales show best January in eight years
    Confidence in the economy and low interest rates contributed to the best January home sales the Baltimore area has seen in eight years, suggesting a strong start to the spring market, analysts and real estate agents said. Showings at open houses this...
  • How Accurate Are Zillow's 'Zestimates'?

    When "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell asked the CEO of Zillow recently about the accuracy of the website's automated property value estimates -- known as Zestimates -- she touched on one of the most sensitive perception gaps in American real...
  • Selling this summer? Get your house ready now

    If you've been thinking about selling this summer, then now's the time to get your house ready for showings. You don't have to do a major remodel to make your house attractive. Simple updates and minor changes can make a big impact. Plus, by planning...
  • Trio gets at least 2 years in prison for $12-million mortgage fraud scheme

    Trio gets at least 2 years in prison for $12-million mortgage fraud scheme
    A judge recently handed down two-, five- and eight-year sentences to two men and a woman found guilty in a mortgage fraud scheme that totaled more than $12 million. Evidence showed that James Fidel Sotolongo, 49, of Port Orange and Stephanie...
  • Millennials are finally entering home-buying market

    Millennials are finally entering home-buying market
    Call them the prodigal millennials: Statistical measures and anecdotal reports suggest that young couples and singles in their late 20s and early 30s have begun making a belated entry into the home-buying market, pushed by mortgage rates in the mid-3%...